Taylor Swift Announces Seattle Concert, Register for Tickets Now

Days after releasing her sixth album, Reputation, the pop superstar announced a CenturyLink Field tour date.
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It's good to be Tay Tay.

She’s come a long way since taking the music world by storm as a teenage country singer. Now at the ripe old age of 27, Taylor Swift is a bona fide pop queen; a stadium force worth an estimated $280 million.

Last week Swift released her sixth album, Reputation, reportedly her most electronic-leaning record to date. Lead single “Look What You Made Me Do” had already shattered records for the most streams and YouTube hits within the first 24 hours of its release. On Monday, Swift announced a string of North American tour dates, including a stop in Seattle, in support of the record already guaranteed to be another commercial smash.

Swift is set to play CenturyLink Field on May 22, 2018; just the fourth show of her Reputation tour. Tickets officially go on sale Dec. 13, though fans need to first register through Ticketmaster Verified Fan by Nov. 28 for a chance to purchase them. It’s the same scalper-fighting system that irked some Seattle fans when trying to buy Hamilton tickets last week.

Over the weekend, Swift dropped by Saturday Night Live to perform her newest single "...Ready For It?" Watch the video below.

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