KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Tonight and Saturday, Taylor Swift will be in Kansas City for shows. Swift get ready, because she’s almost done with the U.S. leg of The Eras Tour.
Swift will be at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on 7 and 8 July. Check out the websites of third-party sellers to find a place for a show tonight or tomorrow
Some facts about Re-Recorded Albums: “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” before Taylor Swift Kansas City Concerts
- Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is Taylor Swift’s third re-recorded album, released on July 7, as part of her project to reclaim her original music.
- The project was initiated in 2021 after her masters were sold by her initial label, Big Machine Records, to Scooter Braun’s Ithaca Holdings in 2019.
- Taylor Swift expressed her frustration in a 2019 Tumblr post, stating that her life’s work was stripped away without giving her the chance to acquire it, leaving her musical legacy vulnerable.
- Swift’s reimagined albums have gained significant popularity among fans who eagerly embrace her new vocals, decipher the intricate Easter eggs, and purchase related merchandise.
- Projections indicate that Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is expected to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, surpassing the number of No. 1 albums achieved by artists such as Barbra Streisand and Bruce Springsteen.
- Previous re-recorded albums by Swift have already broken records, with Fearless (Taylor’s Version) topping Billboard’s charts and Red (Taylor’s Version) becoming the most-streamed album in a day by a female artist on Spotify.
- Swift’s future plans include re-recording her albums 1989 and Reputation, although their release dates have yet to be announced.
- Fearless (Taylor’s Version) was the first album in the project, recreating her 2008 album, and performed exceptionally well in terms of streams and sales within its first year.
- The re-recorded version included additional tracks known as “vault tracks” that were not part of the original album.
- Fearless (Taylor’s Version) achieved a higher number of equivalent album units in its first week than the original did in the following year, and it held the record for the biggest debut week for any 2021 album at the time.
- It spent a total of 11 weeks in the top 40 of the Billboard 200 chart in 2021 and Fearless (Taylor’s Version) garnered 722.7 million on-demand U.S. streams in its first year, according to Billboard.