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If you want to see Taylor Swift live, you better speak now. The singer continues the European portion of her Eras Tour, but it’s nearly done with only a month remaining. Until then, she has Germany to see.

Swift will perform three cities – Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg and Munich – during her 11-day stay. She’ll give seven total performances throughout the country, giving fans ample opportunities to attend an Eras Tour concert.

That being said, the popstar is known for her sold-out shows and expensive ticket prices, as her remaining concerts in the U.S. cost $2,000. Luckily for Germany, that’s not the case. And, there are still tickets available for each of her shows.

Here’s how to get the best seats and prices for Swift’s Eras Tour in Germany.

BUY NOW: Cheapest tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Germany

Taylor Swift Germany concert tickets

Swift will perform seven shows throughout three cities while in Germany – Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg and Munich.

The cheapest ticket currently on StubHub for her first show, July 17 in Gelsenkirchen, is $429.

Below is how you can find the best options available for each show in each city.




If you’re a Swiftie in the U.S. looking for a reason to visit Europe, this may be a great opportunity. In fact, its cheaper — or at least comparable — to fly to Germany to see Swift than to purchase tickets to see the Eras Tour in the U.S. this fall.

For example, you can fly round trip from Miami to Munich for around $1,200. Combined with a ticket plus two nights in a hotel, you can turn the Eras Tour into a brief mini-vacation in Germany for less than it costs to buy Swift tickets in Miami.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour schedule 2024

Swift’s time in Europe is almost up. After Germany, she’ll visit Poland, Australia and finish up in London before returning to the United States and Canada.

BUY NOW: Cheapest tickets for every international stop on Taylor Swift’s 2024 tour

Here’s how her remaining international schedule looks:

  • July 17-19: Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • July 23-24: Hamburg, Germany
  • July 27-28: Munich, Germany
  • Aug. 1-3: Warsaw, Poland
  • Aug. 8-10: Vienna, Austria
  • Aug 15-20: London, United Kingdom
  • Oct. 18-20: Miami, Florida
  • Oct. 25-27: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Nov. 1-3: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Nov. 14-23: Toronto, Canada
  • Dec. 6-8: Vancouver, Canada
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