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Taylor Swift Announces Extra Support Acts for Eras Tour Dates in London

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Taylor Swift is adding extra support acts for her upcoming Eras Tour dates in London.

The pop superstar will be performing a total of eight shows at Wembley Stadium this summer as part of her blockbuster world tour. The first three concerts take place from June 21-23 and the remaining five are scheduled for Aug. 15-17 and Aug. 19-20.

On Sunday (May 27), Swift announced that three additional artists will be opening for her alongside Paramore on the June dates. Joining the lineup are Mette (June 21), Griff (June 22) and Benson Boone (June 23).

“I just found out Fortnight is #1 on the UK airplay chart!!!! You guys are amazing and I can’t wait to see you so soon! Thought this might be a fun time to announce the first group of opening acts I’ll be adding to the London shows, going on before Paramore,” Swift wrote in her Instagram Story. “I chose artists whose music I love listening to, and I can’t wait for them to add an extra jolt of excitement to our shows at Wembley Stadium in June.”

The “Cruel Summer” singer added, “Mette, Griff, and Benson Boone, welcome to The Eras Tour!!”

The three artists excitedly responded to the news on their respective social media accounts.

“TAYLOR SWIFT HAS INVITED ME ON THE ERAS TOUR!!!!!! 8 yr old me who had fearless on repeat wouldn’t believe this,” Griff wrote on X (formerly Twitter). “So unbelievably grateful to Taylor for all the love she’s shown me and my music. See you at Wembley on June 22nd”.

Mette added on X, “It’s a new ERA for ya girl… Opening the ‘Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour’ on June 21st at Wembley Stadium in London. Thank you @taylorswift13 – Never been so excited in my entire life!!! #TSTheErasTour.”

Boone reposted Swift’s announcement on his Instagram Story, writing, “@taylorswift so excited to be a part of the show thank you for having me,” alongside a face with tears and red heart emojis.

Swift is currently in the middle of the European leg of her global Eras Tour, on which she recently premiered the brand-new Tortured Poets miniset at her Paris shows. In addition to “Fortnight,” the updated setlist features “Down Bad,” “So High School,” “But Daddy I Love Him,” “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” and “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”  

The 14-time Grammy winner wrapped shows in Lisbon over the weekend and will spend the rest of the summer traveling through Europe before returning to the U.S. and Canada for a second North American leg this fall. 

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