Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' tour heading to Gillette Stadium

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Taylor Swift also played Heinz Field in June 2015 as part of her 1989 World Tour. Swift's tour will then stop at The Dome at America's Center on September 18.

For her second song, Taylor got back to her roots by singing "Call It What You Want", seated with an acoustic guitar.

Tickets are set to go on sale for the general public December 13. If you're a Ticketmaster Verified Fan, you'll be able to purchase the tickets in advance.

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Taylor Swift, whose new album "Reputation" is on track to sell more than 1 million copies in its first week and debut at No. 1, will play Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, it was just announced. Registration is now open and continues until November 28.

St. Louis is among the ten time Grammy award winning artist's first round of dates announced for the "Reputation" tour. Like, Taylor Swift curses?! The album broke multiple records within hours of its release.

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