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Good things come to Swifties who wait.
Earlier this week, we reported that the cheapest ticket available for Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium was $724 before fees on Vivid Seats.
Now, on the first of three days Taylor is set to perform at the Falcons home field, prices have dipped rather dramatically.
At the time of publication, the cheapest ticket we could find was $512 before fees.
That’s over $200 of savings.
Not a bad deal.
Sometimes “all of this silence and patience, pining in anticipation” as Tay Tay sings in “Dress,” pays off.
Want a closer look at how much tickets cost over Swift’s three days of shows at the Falcons’ home field?
We’ve got everything you need to know and more.
Taylor Swift Mercedes-Benz Stadium schedule
A complete breakdown of what ticket prices are now versus what they cost on Monday, April 24 for each of Taylor’s three Atlanta concerts can be found below.
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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Mercedes-Benz Stadium seating chart
Never been to the Falcons’ home turf turned concert venue?
Here’s a better look at all the seating options Mercedes-Benz Stadium has to offer.
*The above map does not include floor seating for concerts.
Taylor Swift 2023 ‘Eras Tour’ schedule
After this three-show weekend, T. Swift will still have 36 North American concerts remaining on her schedule.
You can find a complete calendar of all remaining ‘Eras Tour’ dates here.
Plus, as an added bonus, we a) broke down all the best prices for each upcoming show and b) shared some helpful tips from a Swiftie who made it out to to see Taylor on the first weekend of the tour.
Taylor Swift opening acts
This weekend, Taylor is bringing Gracie Abrams and beabadoobe with her on April 28 and 29.
Then, on April 30, she’;ll be joined by MUNA and Gayle.
Here’s what you need to know about her up-and-coming openers.
beabadobee first made a name for her brand of intimate, indie rock featuring for headliners like The 1975 and Clairo. For a taste of her unique sound, we recommend checking out her 2020 debut album “Fake It Flowers” as well as 2022’s “Beatopia.”
Gracie Abrams, the daughter of film director JJ Abrams and producer Katie McGrath, is a star in her own right. Her song “I miss you, I’m sorry” has upwards of 100 million streams on Spotify, she opened for Olivia Rodrigo on the 2022 “Sour Tour” and headlined her own tour this spring as well.
MUNA is comprised of Katie Gavin, Josette Maskin, and Naomi McPherson. The trio has put out three albums and opened for Kacey Musgraves on her 2022 tour. Want a taste of their sound? Check out Muna’s slick cover of Britney Spears’ “Sometimes” in the film “Fire Island.”
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.
Huge stars on tour in 2023
It’s a great year for live music. Like a really, really great year.
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Here are just five of our favorite artists you won’t want to miss live these next few months.
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