- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 14 November 2017, 2:20PM
Look what you made her do, Taylor Swift is coming to New Zealand!
Kiwi fans were gutted when the 'Reputation' Songstress skipped New Zealand on her 1989 world tour, but that's not happening this time!
Tay Tay, who dropped her sixth album on Friday to rave reviews, has confirmed she'll be performing in New Zealand.
"Additional tour dates to be announced in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia & New Zealand," it said.
Swift was last down our way when she performed in Australia at the end of 2015 for the end of her 1989 world tour that skipped New Zealand.
She has performed here before with a multi-night stand at Vector Arena in 2013.
It seems likely her show would be towards the end of 2018, making her one of several big pop names to tour here next year, including Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry and Pink.
Despite a haphazard album rollout that included singles of varying quality, Reputation has been praised by critics.
"At the heart of Reputation lies a sequence of songs that chart the rise, fall and fallout of a fleeting relationship and offer a masterclass in pop songwriting along the way," wrote the Guardian.
This article was first published on nzherald.co.nz and is republished here with permission.