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Taylor Swift to Play at Arrowhead Stadium on September 8, 2018

Multiple Grammy Award-winning global superstar Taylor Swift has announced details for her upcoming reputation Stadium Tour, including a stop at Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday, September 8, 2018 (subject to NFL schedule). Swift is the only artist in history to have three albums selling over one million copies in their first week of release (2010's *Speak Now, 2012's RED and 2014's 1989). Tickets for the show will go on sale to the public on Wednesday, December 13, 2017.

The show will mark the 53rd announced concert or music festival in Arrowhead Stadium history and will be the 12th concert date for the stadium since 2011. The 2018 show will be Swift's ninth stop in Kansas City and her second time performing at Arrowhead after she headlined in September 2011. Swift's concert will mark the second of three concerts currently scheduled for Arrowhead in 2018.

"We are thrilled to welcome Taylor Swift back to Arrowhead Stadium in 2018," Kansas City Chiefs and Arrowhead Events LLC President Mark Donovan said. "We are excited to provide Taylor Swift fans throughout Chiefs Kingdom with another great event. We believe that Arrowhead Stadium is a must-see entertainment destination and are proud that artists enjoy the Arrowhead experience."

Ticket prices will be announced at a later date.


There will be a presale offer that will go out in waves for verified Taylor Swift fans. To become a verified fan, you must register at Registration is currently open and closes on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The first presale will start on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Exclusive Chiefs presales will begin on Saturday, Dec. 9. More information will be provided via email on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

Public On-Sale Tickets will go on sale to the public on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. Once on sale, fans can purchase tickets through, or via the Ticketmaster app that can be downloaded on your mobile device.

About Arrowhead Events

Arrowhead Events, the special events arm of the Kansas City Chiefs organization, is focused on making Arrowhead Stadium an entertainment destination that serves the entire Midwest region. With more than 76,000 seats and a quarter-million square feet of event space developed as part of major renovations in 2010, Arrowhead Stadium is quickly becoming more than just a venue for football games. In the past decade, Arrowhead has played host to 10 major concert tours, including Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones, Guns N' Roses, One Direction and U2, has hosted multiple international soccer matches and was home to the 2015 American Royal World Series of Barbecue. For more information on Arrowhead Stadium and Arrowhead Events, please visit and follow @ArrowheadEvents on Twitter.

Major Arrowhead Stadium Concerts by Year

1973 – Elton John

1974 – Black Oak Arkansas

1975 –Deep Purple, Black Oak Arkansas, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys & Ozark Mountain Daredevils

1976 –Beach Boys & Doobie Brothers, ZZ Top, Jethro Tull, Earth, Wind & Fire, Johnny Cash, Music Sound Funk Festival Country Festival

1977 – Peter Frampton

1978 – Summer Rock 1, Willie Nelson, Summer Rock 2

1979 –Ted Nugent

1980 – Super Bowl of Rock & Roll, Doobie Brothers

1982 –Summer Jam 1, Summer Jam II

1984 –Michael Jackson

1988 – Pink Floyd, Monsters of Rock, Drum Corps International

1989 –The Who, Rolling Stones, Drum Corps International

1992 – Guns N' Roses and Metallica, U2

1993 –Paul McCartney

1994 – Pink Floyd

1997 – U2

1998 –George Strait

1999 – George Strait

2001 – George Strait, NSYNC, KC 150 Celebration

2011 –Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift

2012 –Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw

2013 –Kenny Chesney

2015 –Rolling Stones, One Direction, Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean

2016 –Guns N' Roses, Kenny Chesney and Miranda Lambert

2017 – U2

2018 -Kenny Chesney and Thomas Rhett, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran

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