Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour announcement leaves fans wanting more

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Tay Tay in the house!

The stress of Monday morning was eased by the news that Taylor Swift will be coming to the Miami area on her Reputation tour.

The country pop singer announced the first 27 tour dates via Twitter, with the caption: “WE’LL SEE YOU SOON!”

A quick scan of Ticketmaster revealed Swift will play Hard Rock Stadium on Aug. 18.

The entertainer is promoting her latest (and sixth) studio album of the same name. It dropped on Nov. 10 at midnight, and sold more than 700,000 copies in its first day, according to Billboard.

But she didn’t fill in all the gaps. Fervent fans are asking about when the “Should’ve Said No” singer will be in Europe and elsewhere, in major countries like Brazil and India.

Try to stay calm, Swifties. This is just apparently the first round of dates for her much anticipated tour, with more to come.

There is some speculation Swift will announce more on her 28th birthday, Dec. 13.

Swift began teasing tidbits about this tour way back in August, teaming up with Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program, which works to halt scalpers and bots from purchasing then reselling tickets.

She also teased some songs from the album, which features the track, “Look What You Made Me Do,” which is rumored to be about her feud with Kanye West.