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David Coverdale remains committed to his long-gestating  Whitesnake farewell tour plans , but he admits that his ongoing health issues, including an injured shoulder, have made it difficult to determine when he'll be back on the road.

A variety of ailments within the Whitesnake camp  caused the group to cancel  its European dates last July. Guitarist Reb Beach had missed several shows, while drummer Tommy Aldridge also dealt with an undisclosed illness. Coverdale was eventually forced to pull the band off of the road when his health led doctors to issue an edict for him to stop performing.

Shortly thereafter, the vocalist announced that Whitesnake would  also be pulling out of their planned U.S. and Canadian farewell shows with Scorpions , citing a "persistent upper-respiratory infection" as the culprit.

"Last year, I was so incredibly compromised by, without any doubt, the worst sinus infection I've ever had in my life. And as a singer, I know them like fucking relatives of mine," Coverdale tells UCR now. "This was one of the ugliest illnesses I think I've [ever] had. For seven months, I was taking ever-increasingly strong antibiotics and horrifying Prednisone steroids."

He says doctors had given him a better bill of health by January, noting that "remnants of this ridiculous infection should be OK, with me continuing with nose sprays." But he had already advised his bandmates to make other plans, telling them, "I don't know what kind of condition I'm going to be in for 2023."

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He'll instead spend the year working on a variety of projects, including the forthcoming Still Good to Be Bad box set, which offers an expanded look at the band's 2008  Good to Be Bad album and arrives on April 28. He's continuing to craft new music as well.

Perhaps most importantly, the time away from the stage will give Coverdale the chance to address a torn rotator cuff. "I kind of knew it was going to be an issue," he says, "from throwing the mic stand around and stuff like that."

He feels that the extended rehab time will ultimately be worth the wait. "When you announce something like a farewell tour, certainly, I want it to be the best shows I've ever done," he explains. "I want them to be unforgettable for me and the crowd."

Coverdale praises the current Whitesnake lineup, which now features two keyboardists — a nod to his longtime love of Spooky Tooth. "It was a super, super band to work with," he enthuses. "They are still Snakes, although they’re busy doing other stuff."

The live future of Whitesnake remains uncertain, but in the meantime, Coverdale is at no loss for work. "I really don't know [when we’ll be back onstage]," he says. "I'll be 72 this year. But, you know, my passion is that of a much younger man, particularly with the new creative team that I have, working on these legacy projects and also new things at the same time. It's like bluebirds flying out of every orifice."

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German rock legends Scorpions return to North America on the ‘Rock Believer’ world tour with special guests Whitesnake on the David Coverdale-fronted outfit’s farewell tour.

Fresh off of their sold-out ‘Sin City Nights’ Las Vegas residency, Scorpions will kick off a two-month-long Live Nation-produced run of dates on August 14 in Toronto, with additional concerts in Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, Dallas, and Denver, among others. In addition to Whitesnake, Swedish band Thundermother will be joining the tour.

Tickets go on sale to the public on Friday, May 13 at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster. Scorpions Rock Zone fan club members will have exclusive, first access to tickets starting Tuesday, May 10 at 10 a.m. local time.

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Scorpions frontman Klaus Meine said: “After the amazing start we’ve had with our residency in Las Vegas, it’s about time to come back for a real tour to rock the U.S. like a hurricane again. We can’t wait to see all you rock believers out there!”

David Coverdale added: “Once again it’s time to feel the sting of the Scorpions and the bite of the Whitesnake!!! Can’t Wait!!!”

Scorpions’ latest album , Rock Believer , was released on February 25. The album was recorded primarily at Peppermint Park Studios in Hannover, Germany and was mixed at the legendary Hansa Studios in Berlin, Germany with engineer Michael Ilbert, who has earned multiple Grammy nominations for his mix work with producer Max Martin on albums by Taylor Swift and Katy Perry .

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DAVID COVERDALE Says WHITESNAKE Resuming Farewell Tour Will 'Depend On Health And People's Availability'

In a new interview with Rockonteurs , WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale spoke about the band's decision to cancel several European shows last summer and pull out of its previously announced North American tour with the SCORPIONS last fall due to his "continued treatment for a persistent upper respiratory infection."

"That was really bad," David said. "When these things get on your cords, that just closes you down entirely.

"I spent a fortune keeping the guys [in my band] as safe as we could; we called it the 'COVID bubble.' Private jet wherever we went. And still COVID came in and took some of the crew out. It was really challenging."

Regarding the possibility of WHITESNAKE resuming its farewell tour in the near future, Coverdale said: "I'm working now on a torn rotator cuff. So literally this year I gave my fantastic band the year off, 'cause I didn't know what was gonna go on. I could make any particular commitments. Nowadays [you need] six months to set up a tour. So I've got recording to do. We've got projects for the next three to five years. I'm hoping to get the band in, when they're free. I'm being approached a great deal with [Las] Vegas residencies. I'd love to get to Japan and South America. Really it's gonna depend on health and people's availability."

Coverdale also shot down the suggestion that the WHITESNAKE farewell tour will drag on for many years to come. "I know contemporaries of mine that have been doing a farewell tour for 20 years," he said. "That's not it. I'm 71 plus. It's a number that I see and go, 'Really?' Because most of the time I certainly don't feel like that kind of age that would be the perspective we had growing up, when 20 looked old, 25 was ancient. 30? You're kidding. It's just fascinating to look at."

He added: "I have a feeling 72 is gonna be a really super year for me. Not 1972 — my age."

On June 28, 2022, WHITESNAKE scrapped three shows on its spring/summer European tour due to Coverdale 's infection of the sinus and trachea. Three days later, the rest of the trek was also called off. At the time, David blamed the decision on "continuing health challenges, doctor's orders, and our concern for everyone's health and safety."

David was not the first member of WHITESNAKE to fall ill during the group's spring/summer 2022 European tour. Guitarist Reb Beach missed several shows on the trek in June 2022 after being "under the weather." On June 25, 2022, WHITESNAKE canceled its show at the Rock Imperium festival in Spain due to the fact that drummer Tommy Aldridge "went down" and "was bad enough at the time to have missed the first show ever in his career," according to Coverdale .

Last month, Coverdale told "Rock Of Nations With Dave Kinchen And Shane McEachern" regarding the possibility of WHITESNAKE resuming its farewell tour in 2024: "It's not really a professional decision. It's literally a health decision.

"Last year it took me seven months to get rid of a sinus infection that went so deep into my body… And then we discovered a secondary one, which is why I had to cancel the U.S. tour," he explained. "So all of that appalling antibiotics I had for three months, all the damage it did to my system, was a waste of time because this other infection was canceling it out. So I had to go on to heavier medications and steroids, and at the same time ignoring a torn rotator cuff.

"When I was onstage with Steve Vai at Hellfest [in France last June], which turned out to be the last WHITESNAKE show — hopefully not the last WHITESNAKE show [ever] — underneath my shirt, my shoulder was taped up like I was going into the arena to face another gladiator," Coverdale revealed. "And you couldn't really tell. And thank God I could still fling the mic stand around. But as soon as I got signed off back in January, the infection had gone, I realized that we had to sort out the shoulder, 'cause that had been of secondary importance — minor compared to this, 'Am I ever gonna be able to sing again?' That's a big deal. It's something you wake up and almost take for granted.

"So, I'm getting a lot of approaches [regarding Las] Vegas residencies. I'm not quite sure about that. I feel I owe Japan. I feel I owe the U.S. I feel I owe South America. 'Cause I've been pretty successful for 50 years, and you can't buy that. It's people who've supported you to be in this position. It was a personal choice. I didn't wanna do a video going, 'Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, brothers and sisters of the 'SNAKE , thank you for 50 years. I'm done.' I wanted to be there.

"I wanted to retire in 2020," David added. "I thought the appropriate age for the singer of WHITESNAKE to step down was 69. But, of course, bloody COVID came [and ruined those plans].

"We have three to five years of projects here at my studio. So I'm certainly not finished with music. But my health will dictate whether I can take on [a full tour]. 'Cause it's incredibly physically demanding for me. I don't wanna do a half-assed [tour], standing-there stuff. I love telling my stories and moving and working."

Earlier last month, Coverdale told Ultimate Classic Rock that the illness that forced him off the road in 2022 was "the worst sinus infection I've ever had in my life. And as a singer, I know them like fucking relatives of mine," Coverdale said. "This was one of the ugliest illnesses I think I've [ever] had. For seven months, I was taking ever-increasingly strong antibiotics and horrifying prednisone steroids."

WHITESNAKE launched its farewell tour on May 10, 2022 at Dublin, Ireland's 3Arena. The band's 14-song set, which was part of a European tour with special guests EUROPE and co-headliners FOREIGNER , marked WHITESNAKE 's inaugural performance with the group's two latest two additions, keyboardist, guitarist and backing vocalist Dino Jelusick and bassist Tanya O'Callaghan .

Coverdale had both his knees replaced with titanium in 2017 after suffering from degenerative arthritis. He later explained that he was in so much pain with arthritis in his knees that it hampered his ability to perform live.

Prior to the pandemic, WHITESNAKE had been touring in support of its latest album, "Flesh & Blood" , which was released in May 2019 via Frontiers Music Srl .

On April 28, WHITESNAKE released a legacy retrospective, "Still Good To Be Bad" . The collection was made available in different configurations, a few days after the 15th anniversary of "Good To Be Bad" , the band's tenth studio album and its first in over a decade.

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Whitesnake Flesh & Blood Tour 2024

In May this year, it was announced that Whitesnake’s 13th studio album Flesh & Blood would be delayed until 2020. The decision was taken due to “technical issues whilst mixing” the follow-up to 2015’s The Purple Album – but it’s now set to arrive in May next year, with the band supporting the record with a run of tour dates.

The band's latest studio disc, 2015's "The Purple Album", was billed as "a re-imagination of Flesh & Blood songs from Coverdale's time as the lead singer for DEEP PURPLE's Mark III and Mark IV studio albums." Coverdale was DEEP PURPLE's frontman from late 1973 to early 1976 and sang on the albums "Burn", "Stormbringer" and "Come Taste The Band".

Coverdale, guitarists Joel Hoekstra and Reb Beach, bassist Michael Devin, drummer Tommy Aldridge and keyboardist Michele Luppi say they’ll release the single Shut Up & Kiss Me next year prior to heading out on the road. Find a full list of Whitesnake’s confirmed 2021 dates below. Further shows are expected to be announced in due course.

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Apr. 12 - Newkirk First Council Casino Hotel, OK Apr. 13 - Durant Choctaw Casino Grand Theater, OK Apr. 15 - Dallas The Bomb Factory, TX Apr. 17 - San Antonio The Aztec Theater, TX Apr. 19 - Biloxi IP Casino & Spa, MS Apr. 20 - Atlanta State Bank Amphitheatre, GA Apr. 22 - Orlando Hard Rock Hotel, FL Apr. 23 - Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall, FL Apr. 25 - Hollywood Seminole hard Rock Hotel & Casino, FL Apr. 26 - Melbourne Maxwell C King Center For The Performing Arts, FL Apr. 28 - Charlotte Ovens Auditorium, NC Apr. 29 - Huber Heights Rose Music Center, OH May 01 - Richmond The National, VA May 02 - Bensalem XCite Center At Parx Casino, PA May 07 - Sayreville Starland Ballroom, NJ May 08 - Huntington The Paramount, NY May 10 - Hampton Beach Casino, NH May 11 - Lincoln Twin River Casino, RI May 14 - Greensburg Palace Theatre, PA May 15 - Cleveland Agora Theatre, OH May 17 - Niagara Falls Resort & Casino, NY May 18 - Verona Tuning Stone Resort Casino, NY Jun. 14 - Donington Download, UK

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Whitesnake are a band hailing from Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England who formed in 1978. They were one of the most popular British hard rock bands of the 1980’s and have released eleven studio albums with a twelfth coming in May 2015.

The band begins with lead singer David Coverdale, a singer who had shot to fame in 1974 as the lead singer of hard rock legends Deep Purple, however his time in the band was particularly fraught. A year after he joined the band, their lead guitarist, arranger and founding member Ritchie Blackmore quit as he felt they were losing sight of their hard rock origins. The band were sent into a tailspin by Blackmore’s departure but Coverdale took the reins, desperate to keep the band going. They recruited a new guitarist but the damage had been done, and the band’s third album with Coverdale at the helm, 1976’s “Come Taste The Band”, sank without a trace and they split soon afterwards.

Coverdale was heartbroken by Purple’s demise but he soldiered on, and he spent the rest of 1976 preparing his solo career. He released his solo debut in February 1977, an album called “White Snake” that wasn’t a massive success but it steadied his career with panache, and would set up a success that would dwarf his achievements in Deep Purple. The debut album had been made in collaboration with a guitarist named Micky Moody, and Coverdale toured the record with him and a backing band called The White Snake Band. However, the duo soon realized that they both thrived when working in a full band set up, rather than making solo records.

Just before the release of “Northwinds”, Coverdale took his White Snake Band, shortened their name to Whitesnake, and became their lead vocalist. He had already worked so closely with them that he felt far more comfortable as one of the boys in the band rather than the main star of the show. “Northwind” was released to a far better reception than Coverdale’s debut had gotten but he’d already moved on, performing Whitesnake’s first live shows and releasing their debut effort, the “Snakebite E.P”, in June 1978. “Trouble”, their debut album, came in the autumn of the same year, but their true breakthrough wouldn’t come until 1980 and the album “Ready An’ Willing”.

The album was their first to enter the top ten in the U.K and even gave the band a top twenty single in the form of “Fool For Your Loving”. At the dawn of the 1980’s, the band were stars in the U.K and most of Europe, but the band wouldn’t make waves in the States until 1984’s “Slide It In”. Released on the major label Geffen, the album went Gold in the U.S within a year of its release and produced two minor hits in the form of “Slow An’ Easy” and “Love Ain’t No Stranger”. However, no-one could have predicted just how stratospheric the band would go with the release of their next album, 1987’s appropriately titled “1987”.

The album went top ten on both sides of the Atlantic within a week of its release and would go on to sell eight million copies in the U.S alone, giving them a number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Here I Go Again” to boot. Back in the U.K the band were nominated for a BRIT Award for Best British Group off the back of it but the album was a phenomenon in America, making them true Arena headliners for the first time in their career. Ever since then, the band have been one of the most respected acts in hard rock, with an envious back catalogue of bona-fide hits still able to bring an arena or a festival to its knees thirty years after their heyday. Coverdale is still a truly magnetic frontman, and the whole band still come highly recommended.


The story of David Coverdale - the lead singer and founder of Whitesnake - is an interesting one in rock and roll terms, if for no other reason that he has an admirable track record of having the courage of his convictions. After landing his dream gig as frontman of Deep Purple in 1973, things didn’t pan out quite as he would have hoped, with 1975 record Come Taste the Band failing to match up to expectations. He resigned as the band dissolved, and after releasing one solo album, White Snake, in 1977, knew that he needed to be in a band if he was to truly flourish. White Snake was born, and they’re still going strong today. Sound-wise, the band followed a very similar trajectory to Deep Purple; starting out bluesy, and quickly picking up hard rock sensibilities. They’re still going strong today, too, having released too albums - Good to Be Bad and Forevermore - since reforming in 2002, and their relentless touring is testament to the strength of their fanbase, having co-headlined both UK arenas and Download Festival with Def Leppard and, last year, revisited those same huge rooms for shows with Journey and Thunder. The quickfire nature of their sets on that tour meant they played nothing but hits; so distinguished is their back catalogue, though, that they could afford to mix it up a bit night after night.

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Whitesnake, the British rock group who formed almost 40 years ago still have huge demand to be seen live due to the consistency of their recorded albums. Having accumulated fans at many stages of their career, the veterans' crowds are often made up of a huge range of ages. Their common ground is a love of Whitesnake and during the classic singles such as 'Can You Hear The Wind Blow' they become one thousand strong choir to support the band during the anthemic choruses.

Whitesnake remains unchanged in terms of stage show, they know the rock formula and what works well so by keeping gimmicks to a minimum and putting music to the centre they are able to showcase their musicianship. The instrumentals are definitely not wavering with time, as Tommy Aldridge in particular shows incredible skill with his drum kit.

The band performs a melodic mash-up of 'Best Years / Bad Boys / Children of the Night' in hope to please majority of the crowd as they simply have so much work to condense into one two hour show. They have clearly made a great choice to include 'Fool for Your Loving' as the crowd cheer rapturously.

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from the opening of Burn to the end of Still of the Night, this is rock at it's best.

look at this lineup:david coverdale in fine form and voice. made the crowd feel more than welcome in his snakepit. reb beach: guitar slinger extroadinaire making faces and playing with total precision. joel Hoekstra: a fire power with a smile that never quits with more chops than a texas bar b que. Michael devin: bass playin,harmonica blowing thumper of a player. Italian keyboard player micheke luppi smiling and filling in all the gaps. oh, then there is this drummer, tommy Aldridge, that drives the snake while the rest hold onto the bumper. this man is unbelievable in power and technique.

songs range from classic snake to days of deep purple. I loved 'slide it in' and 'bad boys' to 'gypsy' and 'mistreated'.

I was fortunate after seeing them 9 times from the distance to be by the front of the stage and able to meet them afterwards by their bus.

the4y were very kind and made this 55 year old feel 18 again ! mike berry

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Whitesnake, British hard rock legends from the 80s, still have a huge fan following today consisting of a whole range of ages. Hard core veterans to fresh faced fans littered the arena to watch Whitesnake perform, unified by their love of the band. Over the decades the band has released a number of hits off of 12 studio albums, the most recent of which was released in 2015. Due to their consistency and ability to shape their music to suit the age they were playing in, the band has retained their popularity, a popularity that soared to great heights in the 80s. The band has so many hits that almost all their songs on their set list were easily recognisable: from ‘Here I Go Again’ and ‘Is This Love’ to ‘Love Ain’t No Stranger’ and ‘Can You Hear the Wind Blow’, Whitesnake drove the crowd into a frenzy and had everybody singing along, our voices mingling into one exultant chorus in the name of Whitesnake. The energy was electric and lively all night.

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Of Whitesnake, it was as always on top, the sound was perfectly balanced arrangements of the songs amazing, evident that the group is friendly staff very. gift set for the VIP, very much and is a t-shirt, a poster signed by David Coverdale, an album with the band's discography. VIP disappoint my place because they do not correspond to reality, people with back rows came and blocked the view of the scene, not to mention the fact that at the end of the concert all the back rows come to the VIP area and blocked the way out of the room, bathed in beer and behaved provocatively. Overall, the concert was super and I am filled with emotion from a meeting with my favorite band!

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Standing room only crowd that were ready to rock on a Friday night. Nice indoor venue at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale. It is still way too hot for outdoor shows. Both the band and I were glad it was indoors.

White Snake played awesome and the band seemed to enjoy the show as much as we did. They definitely liked the big crowd. David Coverdale was fantastic but couldn't fight off the dry Arizona air and started to lose his voice a little at the end of the show. He fought through it well. A lot of singers have to put vaporizers on stage in Arizona to keep the moisture up.

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show was very good. Opening band was better then expected ( had never heard their music -- but I will now def look to add them to my play list). Whitesnake --- 4th time seeing them and they ( no matter who is in the line up) always deliver. The only thing that was unbelievable was the cost of a beer ( nothing of course to do with the band ) but 13.50$ a beer ---WTF -- Never say never but I'm pretty sure I just saw my last show at the Aztec Theater.

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The show was good. This was the first time, believe it or not, that I've seen Whitesnake. Granted Coverdale is 63, and he doesn't quite have the voice he once did, I still would have liked the volume of his singing a bit higher. The music sorta drowned him out. Also, many of their greatest songs that we all know were omitted from the set list. Then, two guitar and one drum solo, could've been left out. We still had a very good time.

this all hits show is just what you get all hits played to perfection. the band showed great stage presence and they were always having fun and enjoying them self's on stage.favorite moment was when david reached down and touched my hand during the performance, must have been god sent as i actually was blown/fell backwards at that moment, it was awesome...and yes they love to throw you picks so get your self upstage for this one!

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These guys are awesome! David Coverdale's vocals aren't what they used to be sure, but he still sounds pretty amazing for his age. They sound great! They play the songs right on key, not a thing wrong! Joel Hoekstra and Reb Beach have good guitar chemistry on stage, it's freakin' awesome! Best show I've ever seen. Tommy is also still a great drummer, better than Don Brewer, that's for sure. Just see them, it's a must see show.

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Taylor Swift opened the Eras Tour at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona — which rebranded itself as "Swift Cit y" for the March 17 and 18 concerts — with a triumphant return to live performance as the first act in the history of that venue to sell out two nights on the same tour.

By that point, she'd already broken the all-time record for most concert tickets sold by an artist in a single day and passed Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour as the highest-grossing tour in history by a female artist.

And Swift rose to the occasion , leading her band through a marathon 44-song set that lasted more than three hours while delivering on her promise of "a journey through all of my musical eras."

So what does she do for an encore? Here's where the Eras Tour is headed next, adding two surprise songs to the set at each show. Here's a look at what she's played so far .

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour dates in the US

  • Friday-Saturday, March 17-18: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.
  • Friday-Saturday, March 24-25: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Friday-Sunday, March 31-April 2: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
  • Thursday-Saturday, April 13-15: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida.
  • Friday-Sunday, April 21-23 : NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
  • Friday-Sunday, April 28-30: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 5-7: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 12-14: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 19-21: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • Friday-Sunday, June 2-4: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 9-10: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 16-17: Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 23-24: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 30-July 1: Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 7-8: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 14-15: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver.
  • Saturday-Sunday, July 22-23: Lumen Field, Seattle.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 28-29 : Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Aug. 3-5 : Sofi Stadium, Los Angeles.
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, Aug. 8-9: Sofi Stadium, Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift adds new US dates in 2024 for the Eras Tour

In early August, Swift announced these new U.S. dates for the Eras Tour in 2024:

  • Friday-Sunday, Oct. 18-20: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami.
  • Friday-Sunday, Oct. 25-27: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans.
  • Friday-Sunday, Nov. 1-3: Lucas Oil Arena, Indianapolis.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 14-16: Rogers Centre, Toronto.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 21-23: Rogers Centre, Toronto.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour opening acts on US dates

Glendale was the only city on the Eras Tour to see Paramore as Taylor Swift's direct support. And that was a glorious stroke of good fortune. We also got Gayle, who crushed it in her own way and is playing several stops along the way. Here's a look at all the Eras Tour openers and where they're playing.

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  • March 17-18 at State Farm Stadium: Paramore and Gayle.
  • March 24-25 at Allegiant Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gayle.
  • March 31 at AT&T Stadium: Muna and Gayle.
  • April 1-2 at AT&T Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 13 at Raymond James Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gayle.
  • April 14-15 at Raymond James Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 21-23 at NRG Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 28-29 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 30 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium: Muna and Gayle.
  • May 5 at Nissan Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 6 at Nissan Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 7 at Nissan Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 12-13 at Lincoln Financial Field: Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 14 at Lincoln Financial Field: Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 19-20 at Gillette Stadium : Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 21 at Gillette Stadium : Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 26 at MetLife Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 27-28 at MetLife Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Owenn.
  • June 2-3 at Soldier Field: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 4 at Soldier Field: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 9 at Ford Field: Girl in Red and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 10 at Ford Field: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 16 at Acrisure Stadium: Girl in Red and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 17 at Acrisure Stadium: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 23 at U.S. Bank Stadium: Girl in Red and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 24 at U.S. Bank Stadium: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 30-July 1 at Paycor Stadium: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 7-8 at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 14-15 at Empower Field at Mile High: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 22-23 at Lumen Field: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 28-29 at Levi's Stadium: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • Aug. 3 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • Aug. 4 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Owenn.
  • Aug. 5 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gayle.
  • Aug. 8 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • Aug. 9 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gayle.
  • Oct. 18-20 at Hard Rock Stadium: Gracie Abrams.
  • Oct. 25-27 at Caesars Superdome : Gracie Abrams.
  • Nov. 1-3 at Lucas Oil Arena : Gracie Abrams.
  • Nov. 14-16 at Rogers Centre: Gracie Abrams.
  • Nov. 21-23 at Rogers Centre : Gracie Abrams.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour international dates and opening acts

In June 2023, Swift announced international dates for The Era Tour. Here's where she's headed next at the conclusion of the U.S. tour:

  • Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 24-27, 2023: Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 9-11, 2023: Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 18-19, 2023: Estadio Nilton Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Friday-Sunday, Nov. 24-26, 2023: Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo, Brazil, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Wednesday-Saturday, Feb. 7-10, 2024: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Friday-Saturday, Feb. 16-17, 2024: Melbourne Cricket Grounds, Melbourne, Australia, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Friday-Sunday, Feb. 23-25, 2024: Accor Stadium, Sydney, Australia, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Saturday-Monday, March 2-4, 2024: National Stadium, Singapore, SG, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Thursday-Friday, May 9-10, 2024: Paris La Defense Arena, Paris, France.
  • Friday, May 17, 2024: Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Friday, May 24, 2024: Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Thursday, May 30, 2024: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain.
  • Sunday, June 2, 2024: Groupama Stadium, Lyon, France.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 7-8, 2024 : BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 14-15, 2024 : Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, UK.
  • Tuesday, June 18, 2024 : Principality Stadium, Cardiff, UK.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 21-22, 2024 : Wembley Stadium, London.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 28-29, 2024 : Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 5-6, 2024 : Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Tuesday, July 9, 2024 : Stadion Letzigrund Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Saturday, July 13, 2024 : San Siro Stadium, Milan, Italy.
  • Thursday, July 18, 2024 : Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
  • Tuesday, July 23, 2024 : Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Saturday, July 27, 202 4: Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany.
  • Friday, Aug. 2, 2024: PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Friday, Aug. 9, 2024: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria.
  • Friday-Saturday, Aug. 16-17, 2024: Wembley Stadium, London.

Taylor Swift song list for Eras Tour

Taylor Swift told us on the opening night of The Eras Tour at State Farm Stadium that she planned to make the two-song acoustic mini-set near the end of her performance different at each concert. Other than that, this setlist from opening night is what you can expect to hear.

“Lover” album:

  • “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince.”
  • “Cruel Summer.”
  • “You Need To Calm Down.”
  • “The Archer.”

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” album:

  • “Fearless.”
  • “You Belong With Me.”
  • “Love Story.”

“Evermore” album:

  • “’Tis The Damn Season.”
  • “Marjorie.”
  • “Champagne Problems.”
  • “Tolerate It.”

“Reputation” album:

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

“Speak Now” album:

  • “Enchanted.”

“Red (Taylor’s Version)” album:

  • “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
  • “I Knew You Were Trouble.”
  • “All Too Well (10 Minute Version).”

“Folklore” album:

  • “Invisible String.”
  • “The Last Great American Dynasty.”
  • “Illicit Affairs.”
  • “My Tears Ricochet.”
  • “Cardigan.”

“1989” album:

  • “Blank Space.”
  • “Shake It Off.”
  • “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version).”
  • “Bad Blood.”

Wild card — a different acoustic song each show

  • “Mirrorball.”

“Taylor Swift” album:

  • “Tim McGraw.”

“Midnights” album:

  • “Lavender Haze.”
  • “Anti-Hero.”
  • “Midnight Rain.”
  • “Vigilante (expletive).”
  • “Bejeweled.”
  • "Mastermind."

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A Tour Through Solar Eclipses of the Past

  • Alan Taylor
  • April 2, 2024

As much of North America prepares for the upcoming total solar eclipse next week, I thought it would be fun to share some images from the recent (and not-so-recent) past of previous eclipses—annular, partial, and total—from around the world. Also pictured are some of the many observers sharing this fleeting experience, “ witnessing the planetary version of a lightning strike ,” together in stadiums, parks, and beaches.

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Two people sit on rocks overlooking water, with a partly-eclipsed sun setting in the distance.

Young people watch the rare sight of a partial solar eclipse at sunset, as seen from Manila Bay, Philippines, on January 26, 2009. #

Several people stand on a small roundabout in a city street in 1921, looking up toward the sun, holding bits of dark glass over their eyes.

On April 8, 1921, people gaze upward to view a partial solar eclipse in Paris. #

The bright corona of the sun radiates out from the black circle made by the moon as it passes in front of the sun, seen above a snowy mountain.

A total solar eclipse, seen above Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Norway, on March 20, 2015 #

Many people in a stadium, most wearing eclipse glasses, look upward.

People watch the solar eclipse at Saluki Stadium on the campus of Southern Illinois University on August 21, 2017, in Carbondale, Illinois. #

A bird, silhouetted in front of a partly-eclipsed sun

This photograph taken on October 25, 2022, shows a view of a partial solar eclipse visible behind a bird on a tree in Istanbul. #

A view of the entire Earth from space, with most of North America darkened by a shadow.

As the moon crossed between the Sun and Earth during the annular eclipse on October 14, 2023, its shadow darkened skies across North America, as seen from an orbiting NASA satellite. #

Several people hold up their phones to take pictures of an eclipse, the distant sun appearing like a bright ring, partly blocked by the passing moon.

People take photos with their smartphones as they watch an annular solar eclipse on Jabal Arba in Al Hufuf, in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, on December 26, 2019. #

A group of five park rangers wearing eclipse glasses look skyward and raise their arms playfully.

On August 21, 2017, Shenandoah National Park hosted the Night Sky Festival to watch as a partial solar eclipse was visible overhead. #

The sun, eclipsed by the moon, looking like a thin circle in a dark sky

The "ring of fire" effect caused during the annular eclipse of the sun over Albuquerque, New Mexico, on October 14, 2023 #

Young people wearing eclipse glasses and paper-plate masks view an eclipse.

Students of the Jennings School District view a solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, in St. Louis. #

A partly eclipsed sun, seen behind a temple at sunset, appearing somewhat like a pair of red horns on the horizon

A partial solar eclipse is seen behind the centuries-old Raghunath Hindu temple in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, on October 25, 2022. #

A partly-eclipsed sun, seen behind the Statue of Liberty.

The sun rises next to the Statue of Liberty during an annular eclipse on June 10, 2021, in New York City. #

Many small overlapping crescents of light, seen on a sidewalk beneath a tree, miniature images of the partly-eclipsed sun above

Crescent-shaped shadows are pictured on a sidewalk as light passes through tree leaves during a partial solar eclipse in Oklahoma City on August 21, 2017. #

A person looks skyward while wearing a decorated welder's mask.

A woman observes an annular solar eclipse at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, in Mexico City, on October 14, 2023. #

Bright rays of light appear to radiate from a dark circle, as the passing moon darkens the entire sun, leaving only the outher rays of its corona visible.

The sun's corona becomes visible during a total solar eclipse. #

A small group of people lay across each other's laps on rocky ground, wearing eclipse glasses, looking up.

Friends watch an eclipse together on a Menan Butte in Menan, Idaho, on August 21, 2017. #

Light from a partly-eclipsed sun shines off the ocean's surface.

A partial solar eclipse is seen above Manama, Bahrain, on December 26, 2019. #

The shadow of a colander, displaying many overlapping crescents—images of a partly-eclipsed sun seen through its many holes.

Visitors to Shenandoah National Park look at images of the eclipsed sun seen through the holes of a colander on August 21, 2017. The tiny holes behave like pinhole lenses, showing the outline of the eclipsed sun on the ground. #

Hundreds of people stand and sit along a beach, looking toward the sun.

Spectators line the beach to view a total solar eclipse on November 14, 2012, in Palm Cove, Australia. #

The tiny outline of the International Space Station is seen in silhouette in front of a partly-eclipsed sun.

The International Space Station is seen in silhouette as it transits the sun at roughly five miles a second during a partial solar eclipse, viewed from Ross Lake, Northern Cascades National Park, Washington, on August 21, 2017. #

Young people look up toward the sun, wearing eclipse glasses.

People watch a total solar eclipse at Yonsei University in Seoul, on July 22, 2009. #

The eclipsed sun appears like a small circle in a darkened sky above a strip of clouds and the horizon, seen from an aircraft window.

A view of the total solar eclipse from a commercial flight, seen while overflying La Serena, Chile, on July 2, 2019. #

The partly-eclipsed sun, shaped like a crescent, sets over the ocean, seen near a fishing boat.

The moon passes in front of the sun during a partial solar eclipse, as seen over Manila Bay, Philippines, on January 26, 2009. #

Two people stand on a rocky outcrop, looking up toward the eclipsed sun.

The enthusiasts Tanner Person ( right ) and Josh Bliek, both from Vacaville, California, watch a total solar eclipse while standing atop Carroll Rim Trail at Painted Hills, a unit of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, near Mitchell, Oregon, on August 21, 2017. #

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