Taylor Swift has sad news for Swifties hoping to catch the “Eras” tour in 2025.

That is because despite rumors of an extension, Swift all but confirmed that the tour will end in 2024. Currently, the last show of the tour is slated for December 8 with a show in Vancouver, Canada.

Talking before performing “All Too Well” during her first show in Liverpool, England (the 100th of the tour), Taylor Swift shut down rumors of 2025 dates of the “Eras” tour being added to her itinerary.

“This is the very first time I've ever acknowledged to myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December,” Swift said, via Deadline, before joking, “I once used to have hobbies.

“You have done so much to be with us,” she continued.

She then praised fans for making the trips to the “Eras” tour shows, picking out outfits, and learning the lyrics to her songs.

“I want to spend the 100th show just thinking about that and living in that moment and being here with you, and just know I appreciate every single ounce of effort that you put in to be with us when this show reaches triple digits in shows,” Swift said. “So thank you!”

What is the “Eras” tour?

Taylor Swift on 'Eras' tour in 2023 in Inglewood, California.
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The “Eras” tour is Swift's biggest concert tour to date. It commenced in March 2023 with a show in Glendale, Arizona. Throughout the summer, Swift visited major stadiums across North America. Swift closed out the year with shows in Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil.

She then began 2024 by playing shows in Japan, Australia, and Singapore. After a two-month hiatus, Swift returned to commence a European leg of the tour. The “Eras” tour began its European leg on May 9 and will conclude on August 20 after a five-night stay in London, England.

Nine dates will then be played in the United States before Swift heads off to Canada. She will play nine shows in Toronto and Vancouver before the tour concludes.

The “Eras” tour is an extensive retrospective of Swift's career. Throughout the 45-song set, Swift takes Swifties on a journey through her discography. All of her biggest hits are played as well as her recent music from Midnights and The Tortured Poets Department.

For fans who didn't catch the tour in person, Swift released a concert film, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour. It quickly became the highest-grossing concert film ever after grossing over $260 million. A (Taylor's Version) extended cut is streaming on Disney+.

Who is Taylor Swift?

Taylor Swift is currently on top of the world. She is the biggest artist in the world embarking on the biggest tour ever.

While she has been on the road for over a year, Swift has still been in the studio. She is coming off two wins at the Grammys — Midnights took home Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year.

After winning the former award, Swift took to the stage to give a speech. During that speech, she announced her next album, The Tortured Poets Department. The album dropped on April 19, 2024, and an Anthology edition was released just hours later.

Additionally, Swift has been re-recording her albums released by Big Machine Records. This began in 2021 with Fearless (Taylor's Version) and Red (Taylor's Version). Speak Now (Taylor's Version) and 1989 (Taylor's Version) followed. The only albums left to re-record are her self-titled debut album and Reputation.