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All good things come to an end.
On Wednesday, Aug. 9, Taylor Swift will perform her 52nd ‘Eras Tour’ concert at Inglewood, CA’s SoFi Stadium.
This monumental stadium show is her last in the U.S. this year; from March through August, she dazzled audiences all over North America with her show-stopping, headline-grabbing, career-spanning sets.
As you may have guessed, the hype is real for this swan song.
Typically, prices drop on the day of Taylor’s latest show.
Not this time.
At the time of publication, the cheapest ticket available is $853 before fees on Vivid Seats.
That’s quite a jump from just last week when prices started at $500 before fees on Friday, Aug. 4.
Still, it’s hard to put a price tag on seeing Swift live.
Need more info about this last-minute concert?
Keep reading, Swifties.
We’ve got everything you need to know and more about Taylor’s final concert in the U.S. in 2023 below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Taylor Swift SoFi Stadium concert tickets
A complete breakdown of all the best ticket prices on various sections at Taylor Swift’s Aug. 9 SoFi Stadium can be found below.
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SoFi Stadium seating chart
Never been to the Rams/Chargers’ home turf now turned concert venue?
Here’s a better look at all the seating options SoFi Stadium has to offer.
*The above map does not include floor seating for concerts.
Taylor Swift 2023-24 ‘Eras Tour’ schedule
If you can’t make it out to see Taylor tonight, there are other options.
After this weekend, Swift has 65 (!) international concerts remaining on her 2023-24 tour schedule.
Then, as you may have heard, she just added 15 new dates to her 2024 U.S. and Canada leg.
Want a closer look?
You can find a complete calendar of all remaining ‘Eras Tour’ dates here.
Plus, as an added bonus, we a) shared some helpful tips from a Swiftie who made it out to to see Taylor on the first weekend of the tour and c) came up with a list of all the most exciting fan trends.
Taylor Swift opening acts
Tonight, Taylor is bringing HAIM and Gayle to close her run of shows.
Here’s what you need to know about her well-established openers.
HAIM, made up of sisters Este, Danielle and Alana, is a straight-up rock and roll band, Known for their cheeky sense of humor— their 2022 tour was named “One More HAIM”— the group is just as critically acclaimed as they are popular. Pitchfork praised their 2021 album “Women In Music Pt. III,” calling it “Intimate, multidimensional, and wide-ranging.”
Gayle sings that song you hear everywhere. Yes, Gayle is known for her smash single “ABCDEFU,” which she wrote in response to a comment on TikTok. Following the song’s success, Gayle mounted her tour, dubbed “Feeling It Together,” and hit venues all over the U.S. in 2022. Next up, she’s touring the States all over again this fall.
Huge stars on tour in 2023
Although it will cost an arm and a leg (maybe more!) to see Swift live this year, there are much more affordable concerts you can attend this year.
Here are just five of our favorite artists you won’t want to miss live.
• Doja Cat
Who else is on the road? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.