Taylor Swift has announced that she will be bringing her Reputation Tour to Ireland in 2018 with a concert in Dublin's Croke Park on June 15.
Tickets, which will be priced from €74.50, will go on sale at 9am on Friday, December 1.
🚨Just announced! 🚨@taylorswift13 is bringing her #ReputationTour to Ireland in 2018.— Ticketmaster Ireland (@TicketmasterIre) November 24, 2017
She will play @CrokePark on Friday 15 June. #Tickets go on sale next Friday 1 December at 9am https://t.co/WC5GpQrLVY pic.twitter.com/ZAXyCEFTtW
Swift released her sixth studio album Reputation on November 10, with it topping the iTunes album chart in 111 countries and selling over 2 million copies worldwide on its week of release.
The ...Ready For It? hitmaker will bring her tour to Dublin, Manchester and London this summer, taking one of three concert slots in Croke Park. Michael Buble will also play in the stadium, taking to the stage for a fully seated gig on July 7.
Swift last performed in Ireland as part of her 1989 World Tour, playing two sold-out nights in Dublin's 3Arena in 2015.
Ahead of Reputation's release the star took some time out of the spotlight following her public feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and her high profile breakups with Calvin Harris and Tom Hiddleston, during which time she wrote and recorded the record breaking album.
Reputation features a number of songs that appear to refer to those incidents, with fans going into a frenzy following its release as they attempted to decipher the lyrics.