WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Taylor Swift is bringing her "Eras Tour" to South Florida.
The 33-year-old pop star announced Thursday that her record-breaking North American tour will continue next fall with 15 more dates in four cities, including three stops at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.
Turns out it’s NOT the end of an era 😝 Miami, New Orleans, Indy and Toronto: The Eras Tour is coming to you in 2024 with @gracieabrams! Verified fan registration for all shows is open now - visit https://t.co/xw6YMN3GMc for more information pic.twitter.com/DCgFQb2U22— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 3, 2023
Swift's concerts will take place on three consecutive nights Oct. 18-20, 2024.
Other stops include New Orleans, Indianapolis and Toronto.
Swift has officially earned more No. 1 albums than any other woman in history. Swift's re-recording of her 2010 album "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)," the third in her effort to re-record her first six albums, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Her latest studio album, "Midnights," is her most commercially successful album to-date and broke the all-time record for the most streamed album in a single day on Spotify.
"The Eras Tour" broke ticket sales records worldwide. In the first day of the U.S. presale alone, the tour sold more than 2.4 million tickets – the most sold by an artist in a single day.
Ticketmaster's website crashed in November amid demand for concert tickets. Live Nation, the parent company of Ticketmaster, said it was "unprepared" to accommodate the demand and canceled future sales.
The fiasco led to public criticism and even political scrutiny, as Congress held inquiries on the matter.
Just last month, two of Taylor's Seattle concerts generated seismic activity equivalent to a 2.3-magnitude earthquake.
"Swifties" who want to attend can register on Ticketmaster's website for the presale now.
To get tickets, fans must be verified through Ticketmaster.
WATCH: 97.9 WRMF hosts discuss Taylor Swift tour coming to South Florida
"I just did this for the Beyonce tickets, so I know all about it," 97.9 WRMF afternoon radio host Meghan Lane told WPTV's T.A. Walker. "And you have to go on and register and they'll send you an email and they'll be like, 'OK, it's time to buy tickets,' and you have to drop whatever you're doing and go do it. It's pretty intense."
Lane's co-host, Danny Meyers, said the "appetite is crazy" for Swift.
"I know a lot of people that have already been to one show and that's not enough," Meyers said. "Like, immediately after they go to one of these shows (and) spend all of that money, they start getting back in line for the verified."
According to Ticketmaster, verified fans should:
- Arrive to Ticketmaster.com 10 minutes early
- Sign in early to make sure there are no login problems
- Make sure payment information is current
Tickets go on sale to verified fans on Aug. 9 at 11 a.m.