Taylor Swift is back!
Fresh off her historic Grammy-winning weekend, the global superstar hit the stage Wednesday to resume her sold-out Eras Tour in Tokyo, Japan.
The “Cruel Summer” hitmaker appeared in good spirits as she kicked off her four-night Tokyo stint filling up the 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome Stadium.
The performance marks the start of month-long sold-out gigs in Asia, including a quick intermission that will see her make a mad dash back to Vegas to attend her boyfriend Travis Kelce’s Super Bowl game on Feb. 11.
Ahead of Wednesday’s Tokyo gig, excited fans lined up in the chilly weather hours before the concert’s start time.
Swift’s Eras Tour had its first show in March 2023, and will run through Dec. 2024.
It’s expected that Kelce will attend several of her shows after he wraps up his football season.
Page Six revealed that Swift will attend the Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas as she resumes the international leg of her blockbuster Eras Tour.
Swift has performances scheduled in Tokyo through Feb. 10 — one day before Super Bowl LVIII gets underway, but there is time to fly back and arrive in Sin City on Saturday night.
The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas.
The pop star will be on tour for much of 2024, taking the Eras Tour to Australia, Singapore, and Europe in the first half of the year, before heading to Canada in the fall.
Over the weekend, Swift became a 14-time Grammy winner and the first-ever artist to win four Album of the Year awards after her historic win for “Midnights” at the 66th Annual Awards.
Swift, who has been nominated for 52 Grammys in her career, received six nominations this year for her album “Midnights,” which was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year.
Her lead track “Anti-Hero” was nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance.
She was also nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category for her song “Karma.”
Swift also sent fans into overdrive after announcing her new album, “Tortured Poets Department.”
The singer’s 11th studio album, which features 17 tracks, will be out on April 19.