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Taylor Swift announces Lover Fest tour with only four U.S. shows

Cydney Henderson, USA TODAY

Swifties are in for a treat!

Taylor Swift announced on Twitter Tuesday that she will embark on a 2020 summer festival tour for her record-breaking "Lover" album, with only four concerts in the U.S.

"The Lover album is open fields, sunsets, + SUMMER. I want to perform it in a way that feels authentic," she tweeted. "I want to go to some places I haven’t been and play festivals. Where we didn’t have festivals, we made some. Introducing, Lover Fest East + West!" 

Swift's tour kicks off overseas in Belgium in June before hitting Germany, Norway, Denmark, Poland, France, Portugal and Brazil on her international dates.

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The North American leg of her tour will start in July with only four U.S. concerts, so far, including Lover Fest West in California and Lover Fest East in Massachusetts.

Swift is scheduled to open Los Angeles' brand new SoFi Stadium with back-to-back Lover Fest West shows in July, becoming the first woman to open an NFL stadium. The Hollywood Park stadium is the future home of the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams football teams. 

She will then head to Foxborough, Massachusetts, the following weekend for two Lover Fest East shows at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots.

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Here's the full list of Swift's announced tour dates, so far: 

​June 20: Werchter Boutique (Werchter, Belgium)

June 24: The Waldbühne (Berlin)

June 26: Oslo Sommertid (Oslo, Norway)

July 1: Roskilde Festival (Roskilde, Denmark)

July 3: Open'er Festival (Gdynia, Poland)

July 5: Festival de Nîmes (Nîmes, France)

July 9: NOS Alive (Oeiras, Portugal)

July 18: Allianz Parque (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

July 25 and 26: SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles)

July 31 and Aug. 1: Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Massachusetts)

More tour dates are expected be announced soon.

The 29-year-old pop superstar's seventh studio album, "Lover," debuted  at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with the biggest sales week since her previous album, "Reputation," was released in 2017.

"Lover," released Aug. 23, racked up 867,000 equivalent album units in its debut week, including 679,000 in album sales and 226 million in on-demand audio streams for the album's songs, according to Nielsen Music.

General public tickets go on sale Oct. 17. 

Contributing: Maeve McDermott

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