Taylor Swift returns with Reputation tour, Denver show

Emmett Rice
November 14, 2017

She'll kick off her 2018 tour on May 8 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

"Call It What You Want", from Taylor Swift's album Reputation, debuts as the set's fourth No. 1 on Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart, arriving atop the list (dated November 25) with 68,000 downloads sold in the tracking week ending November 9, according to Nielsen Music. A Houston stop is slated for Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. The New Orleans stop is the third-to-last show.

There is some speculation Swift will announce more on her 28th birthday, December 13.

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Fans can purchase tickets in advance by registering to become a "Ticketmaster Verified Fan". Visit TaylorSwift.com for more.

Look what we made her do, you guys.

Both the song and the cover art for Swift's sixth album "Reputation", which hit stores Friday, introduce an edgier, angrier version of the singer/songwriter, who began her career as a teenage country artist in 2006.

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