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Entertainment Weekly


Taylor Swift teases new U.S. concert tour

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Taylor Swift dropped a lot this week. After a slew of snake teasers, the pop singer revealed the album art for her sixth studio record Reputation, its first single, and snippets of the adjoining music video for “Look What You Made Me Do.” Now it appears Swift is preparing for an upcoming tour or at least new shows.

Though no formal announcement has been made just yet, an official press release Swift’s camp sent to EW about pre-orders for Reputation notes that fans can also register for Taylor Swift Tix powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan “for an opportunity to purchase tickets to an upcoming concert show.” It also notes that Swift collaborated with Ticketmaster Verified Fan “for U.S. dates,” which raises some eyebrows.

According to a video explaining this process for scoring tickets (shown below), fans can register on the Taylor Swift Tix portal and perform various activities to advance their place in the queue. The more activities they perform, the better chance they have to purchase tickets to an upcoming show.

Swift is currently prepping to drop the full music video for “LWYMMD” during the MTV VMAs on Sunday, though she is not scheduled to perform.