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The ultimate guide to Taylor Swift's Eras Tour in London

Find out everything you need to know with this “Swifties” guide to London.
Taylor Swift's wax figurine in a purple sequin playsuit holding a microphone at Madame Tussauds in London
Snap photos with Taylor Swift's wax figure at Madame Tussauds in London. Credit: Shutterstock. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.

Taylor Swift has often talked about her love for the capital! This summer, the chart-topping popstar is bringing The Eras Tour to London for eight spectacular nights in June and August.

What are The Eras Tour London dates?

Taylor Swift London tour dates are 21, 22 and 23 June and 15, 16, 17, 19 and 20 August, making London the longest stint of her international tour.

Where are the London Taylor Swift concerts taking place?

The Taylor Swift concerts in London are taking place at Wembley Stadium.

Tickets to see the Taylor Swift Eras Tour in London have now sold out. But, you can still make the most of the city while Taylor is in town if you weren't able to bag tickets!

Things to do in London for Taylor Swift fans

Discover the top Taylor Swift hotspots to visit while you’re in the city, and get involved in events and activities taking place during The Eras Tour in London.

Taylor Swift-themed London events and activities

  • Meet Taylor Swift’s wax figure at Madame Tussauds, dressed in a sparkly sequined playsuit, which is a replica of the outfit she wore to the iHeartRadio Awards in 2019.
  • Embark on The London Boy Pop London Tour – Taylor's version, a five-hour-long guided tour around key spots including iconic London destinations featured in her End Game music video.
  • Head to market stalls and shops in Camden, where you can grab unique Taylor Swift merchandise, or even create your own!

Head to Taylor Swift London hotspots

  • Take a trip to London Zoo, where Taylor once visited with friends, and see all kinds of animals from monkeys and birds to tigers and penguins.
  • Browse the luxury shops lining Bond Street or wander around the stalls of Portobello Road Market, both of which Swift has been known to visit for a spot of shopping.
  • Grab a bite to eat from Kentish Delight in Kentish Town, a kebab shop that Taylor Swift has previously visited. She’s such a big fan, it was featured in her End Game music video and a selfie she took inside the eatery hangs on the wall.
  • Delight in a sweet treat from Charbonnel et Walker, a famous chocolatier visited by Taylor, selling mouthwatering truffles and chocolates decorated with its signature swirls.
  • Head to The Black Dog, a pub in Vauxhall which is said to have inspired a song of the same name on the new Taylor Swift album, The Tortured Poets Department.
  • Book a table at Bob Bob Ricard if you’re looking to splash out. The restaurant is renowned for its “press for champagne” buttons on each table, and also happens to have once welcomed Taylor and ex Joe Alwyn for his birthday meal.

Follow in the footsteps of Taylor Swift's London Boy

  • Walk around a London market in the afternoon. Camden Market is a bustling spot next to Camden Lock, where you can hunt for vintage clothing, jewellery and other quirky treasures.
  • Head to Highgate where Taylor “met all his best mates”, an area known for its leafy parks, dainty tea rooms and historic pubs.
  • Channel your inner “Tennessee Stella McCartney” on Hampstead Heath – a park adorned with trees and a breathtaking view from Parliament Hill, near where Taylor is said to have lived.
  • Is a trip to London complete without a visit to the West End? Explore the shops, restaurants and world-class theatre and musicals in this vibrant part of the city.
  • Venture south to Brixton, an area Taylor shouts out for its nightlife, and rightly so. Enjoy lively clubs and music venues, cool bars and food spots boasting dishes from every corner of the globe.
  • Visit “Shoreditch in the afternoon”, boasting quirky cafes, street art and vintage clothing stores – the famous Brick Lane and neighbouring Columbia Road Flower Market are worthy on any London itinerary.
  • Continue north to Hackney, where you’ll find a pocket of hidden gems, from rooftop bars and live music hotspots to tasty food markets and beautiful parks to picnic in.
  • Taylor enjoys “walking Soho”, so you probably will too. Discover the top things to do in Soho, an area full of musical heritage and home to the famous Carnaby Street.

Discover more music things to do in London. Find out what's on while you're in the city during June and August. Or, check out where to stay during your visit.