How to Get Ready for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in London

All the ticket, timing and track info you need to know

You’ve been watching the costume changes on social media as the Eras Tour has made its way around North America, South America, Asia and Japan, you’ve seen the concert film, you’ve had the albums on repeat, you’ve spent hours making friendship bracelets, and now it’s almost time to get inside the stadium and see Taylor Swift live.

After starting in Arizona on 17th March last year, the Eras Tour has finally landed in the UK, starting with three shows at Murrayfield in Edinburgh, followed by three at Anfield in Liverpool and one night at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff before moving on to London. There are a bunch of Taylor Swift-themed events and parties happening in the capital ahead of her London shows

Where and when is Taylor Swift playing in London?

The Eras Tour is making stops in London in both June and August, with all eight shows taking place at Wembley Stadium. The first three shows are 21st, 22nd and 23rd June and the second run of five are taking place on 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th and 20th August 2024.

The show times for the Wembley dates are still to be confirmed, but it’s expected that the doors will open at 6pm and the show will start at 7pm.

Are there still tickets on sale?

Tickets for all of Taylor Swift’s London shows sold out when they went on sale back in August 2023. If you didn’t manage to score one then, resale sites like Viagogo and Vivid Seats have tickets on offer but you’ll be paying a premium (at least three figures). If you’re going down this route, make sure you’re only buying from official resale sites.

There was also a draw for access to tickets running up until 10am on 10th June, where any fans who ordered The Tortured Poets Department would be in with a chance of winning access to buy up to two tickets for the show on 23rd June.

Who is supporting Taylor Swift at Wembley?

Paramore is the main support act for the European leg of the Eras Tour, with Mette joining on 21st June, Griff on 22nd June and Benson Boone on 23rd June.

Which songs are on the setlist?

The Eras Tour shows are a whopping three-plus hours long, divided into sections, or Eras, which correspond to her albums. All of the shows before Europe featured songs from her ten albums but thanks to the release of The Tortured Poets Department on 19th April in the middle of the tour, she’s now rejigged the setlist, cutting some previous inclusions to make space for tracks from her latest album. Here’s what the Eras Tour setlist looks like now:


  • Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince
  • Cruel Summer
  • The Man
  • You Need to Calm Down
  • Lover


  • Fearless
  • You Belong With Me
  • Love Story


  • 22
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well (10-minute version)

Speak Now

  • Enchanted


  • … Ready For It?
  • Delicate
  • Don’t Blame Me
  • Look What You Made Me Do

Folklore/Evermore (now combined)

  • cardigan
  • betty
  • champagne problems
  • august
  • illicit affairs
  • my tears ricochet
  • Marjorie
  • willow


  • Style
  • Blank Space
  • Shake It Off
  • Wildest Dreams
  • Bad Blood

The Tortured Poets Department

  • But Daddy I Love Him
  • So High School
  • Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?
  • Down Bad
  • Fortnight
  • The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived
  • I Can Do It With A Broken Heart


  • Lavender Haze
  • Anti-Hero
  • Midnight Rain
  • Vigilante Shit
  • Bejeweled
  • Mastermind
  • Karma

Taylor also performs a handful of surprise acoustic songs each night (sometimes with the help of other artists) so we don’t know what the London ones will be, but there’s a high chance ‘London Boy’, ‘So Long, London’ and ‘The Black Dog’ could feature.

What should you wear to the Eras Tour?

There’s no official dress code for the Eras Tour but if you wanna turn up looking like your fave Era, it’s worth having a browse on the Eras Tour Wardrobe, where a dedicated Swiftie has put together a bunch of outfit ideas. You’ll also want to have a couple of friendship bracelets (bought or homemade) on hand to swap with other Swifties at the show.