Taylor Swift's South American tour was announced on June 2nd.
Swift will be playing in Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil.
This is the first time she'll visit Brazil after having to cancel previous concerts.
On June 2nd, Taylor Swift announced her South American Eras tour, with stops in Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil between August and November. The Instagram announcement also promised more international dates coming soon.
Since the announcement, Swifties in São Paulo, Brazil have started camping out near the Allianz Parque stadium — where tickets will be sold and also where the concerts will be held in November.
In a viral tweet from Brazilian journalist Jose Norberto Flesch, three tents and a group of people can be seen in front of the ticket window on June 2nd.
Swift's last performance in Brazil was in 2012. Her 2020 tour was canceled because of the pandemic.
—José Norberto Flesch (@jnflesch) June 3, 2023
Another tweet shows a video from later that day with even more tents set up as people get ready to buy tickets. While there is a presale for the show starting June 6th, according to local outlet Metro1, those tickets are only available online. General admission tickets go on sale June 12th, which is what these fans are camping out for.
—polo (@ervemore) June 2, 2023
According to local news outlet Jornal Extra, Swifties started immediately camping out after the tour announcement. Matheus Lustri told the outlet he walked by before lunchtime, and when he came back shortly after, people had tents set up. "It happened in minutes," he said in Portuguese.
Regular tickets and VIP packages can be bought online with a credit card and using cash or a debit card at the stadium's ticket window.
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