While there are two months to go until the Eras Tour rolls into Cardiff, fans of Taylor Swift are already thinking about the Midnights star and excitement is building for the Principality Stadium date. Swifties from all over the world are expected to descend on the Welsh capital in June, but for those who are not 100% prepared for lying at the alter of the Anti-Hero, they might still be wondering are there still tickets available and if so where to stay and how to get here?

We've got all that information wrapped up nicely so you can be safe in the knowledge that you are both going to see Taylor in Cardiff and know how to get here or where to stay - leaving only Champagne Problems to worry about (if you're 18+ of course).

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When is it?

The Eras Tour will be at the Principality Stadium on June 18.

Can you still get tickets and where to buy Taylor Swift resale tickets?

A number of online retailers are offering fans to chance to snap up resale tickets, but it is important to remember that prices are set by the sellers - which means some fans could be paying much more than expected.

Some sites, including Viagogo and Vivid Seats, are not "official" retailers. However, these sites do have strict terms and conditions in place to protect buyers and sellers. These websites specialise in selling tickets that fans no longer want.

Here are the sites you'll need to know:

There are also resale tickets available directly from official sales and resale site, Ticketmaster. You can find tickets here.

With people often concerned about using resale tickets, a Viagogo spokesperson told the Express: "The European leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour has been long anticipated. We’ve not seen anything like this since The Beatles and with tickets having only just gone on sale, demand is at its peak right now.

"Viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the freedom to buy and sell tickets to their favourite live events, safely and securely, backed by a guarantee. Sellers on our marketplace may list tickets at high values when demand is high, but prices can change and tend to reduce over time.

"We recommend Swifties wait for demand to settle and check regularly for a listing that meets their budget. Tickets for Taylor Swift’s UK dates have already sold for as low as 172 GBP on our platform. Also, tickets listed at eye-catchingly high prices rely, if ever, sell."

Where to stay in Cardiff for Taylor Swift

At the time of writing there were still places to stay in Cardiff for the concert on June 18, but as you'd imagine, prices are higher than normal. We searched the city on the major holiday accommodation sites for places to stay in the city centre and just beyond. This is what we found.

airbnb - If you're a regular on airbnb you'll know you can book nights in people's spare rooms, annexes, whole apartments and such. For Taylor's date options are limited, the cheapest is a room at a Cardiff Bay flat from £82 a night, here. A central flat, which sleeps four guests is currently available for £350 per night. For the full list (at the time of writing) click here.

Booking.com - There's going to be more on offer at this online booking site, which has all the main chain hotels included, and there are rooms free at Park Inn by Radisson (from £337 for 2), Sleeperz (£325 for 2) and the famous Angel Hotel, which is smack dab opposite the Principality Stadium and currently has a standard double room from £372.

Future Inn - This hotel is in Cardiff Bay and has rooms that sleep four people, for £401.

Premier Inn - Cardiff sites are sold out, but check nearer to the time for cancellations is a good shout. Or you can check out some of the Premier Inn hotels a it further out of the city.

Travelodge - A few Cardiff sites have availability - starting from £209 -but be quick.

How to get to Cardiff for the Taylor Swift gig


While many of you will have already booked your travel, or might be driving, train is an easy way to get into Cardiff city centre, from London, Manchester, Swansea, Bristol and more. If you're staying outside the city centre for the gig, please do check if you have a trainline and what time it returns to your accomodation's area.

You can save money with railcards if you are 16 - 25, 26 - 30, a couple or a senior, here.


National Express run into Cardiff's Sophia Gardens and it's a short walk from the Principality Stadium. Flixbus has also launched routes into Cardiff and trips start at a cool £2.99 one-way - find out more on that, here.

By Road

Cardiff is accessible off the M4, of course, via A48/A470 and A4232.

How to get her new album

Taylor's newest album can now be pre-ordered on Amazon for £44.99 on vinyl. It will be released on April 19.

What might the set list be?

This is going to be a THREE-HOUR gig and the latest track listing is as follows (it's subject to change for Cardiff, though). It's split into albums, or Eras of Taylor's music career.


(Fearless, End Game, Speak Now,… more )


Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince

Cruel Summer

The Man

You Need to Calm Down


The Archer



You Belong With Me

Love Story


'tis the damn season



champagne problems

tolerate it


...Ready for It?


Don't Blame Me

Look What You Made Me Do

Speak Now


Long Live


Red - Intro

(contains elements of State of… more )


We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

I Knew You Were Trouble

All Too Well


seven(spoken poem; contains… more )

the 1


the last great american dynasty


illicit affairs

my tears ricochet




Blank Space

Play Video

Wildest Dreams

Bad Blood

Surprise Songs! A cover version from Taylor


Lavender Haze


Midnight Rain

Vigilante Shit




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