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Here Are All the Artists Joining Taylor Swift on Her New Tour
Taylor Swift just announced the supporting acts for her upcoming 'Eras' tour!
T Swift said this one's for the gays!
After taking over the entire Billboard Hot 100 Top 10, Taylor Swift has announced a nationwide tour to extend her empire -- the Eras World Tour. Swift also announced the supporting acts who will be joining her on tour, and it includes a cornucopia of queer artists!
Swift is taking nine artists with her on different parts of the tour, and four of them are queer! Throughout the 27 dates of the U.S. tour, she'll have different artists joining her each night, making for a unique experience each time you see her. Here's a look at who will be joining Swift on her tour.
Real name Beatrice Laus, beabadoobee is a Filipino-British singer who's released two studio albums. The bisexual artist's second album Beatopia was released this past summer. She'll be joining Swift from March 25 through April 29.
GAYLE is one of the hottest new female singers of the past year. With hits like "ABCDEFU" and "Ur Just Horny," she's rising up the pop charts. She's on the tour March 18 and 25, then comes back May 12-26, and back for the final show on August 5.
3. girl in red
Do you listen to girl in in red? Queer icon girl in red is also joining Swift, bringing her indie and bedroom pop songs about loving girls to the tour. She released her debut album in 2021, and recently released the single "October Passed Me By," a sequel to her hit "We Fell in Love in October." She'll be on the tour from June 2 to June 24.
4. Gracie Abrams
Abrams released her first EP Minor in 2020, and her second in 2021. This is What It Feels Like featured the singles "Feels Like" and "Rockland." She's director J.J. Abrams' daughter. She's joining the tour April 1-29, then coming back for May 27, and July 1-29.
Sister group HAIM have been good friends with Swift for a while, so it makes sense they'll be joining Swift on the tour. They even joined Taylor when she recorded her song "No Body, No Crime" from Folklore. Haim is on the tour from July 22 to August 5.
The best rock band in the world is also joining Swift on the tour. All three queer members of MUNA will bring their electric live show and killer songs to each performance. Their album Muna is one of the best albums of 2022. They're joining the tour from July 1 to July 15.
Owenn is a singer and dancer who starred opposite Swift in the "Lover" music video as Taylor's love interest. Now, he's released his first singles, "Baby Girl" and "Rest of My Life." He'll be joining the tour on June 2-24, and August 4.
Taylor is bringing along one of the best pop/rock bands out there today in Paramore. Led by lead singer Hayley Williams, Paramore has been releasing music since 2005, with albums like All We Know is Falling, Riot!, Brand New Eyes, Paramore, and After Laughter. The band has a brand new album, This Is Why, coming out next year. Paramore is joining Swift on 3/18 for her Glendale, AZ show.
9. Phoebe Bridgers
Bisexual rocker Phoebe Bridgers is the next artist to join Swift on the tour. Bridgers' most recent album, 2020's Punisher, launched her into the mainstream, earning Grammy nominations and an SNL performance. She's joining Swift from May 6 to May 27.