22/07/2015
In case you needed reminding.

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Fashion Journal

Because she's a woman of the people, T-Swizzle has added another Melbourne show to her otherwise sold out 1989 appearance.

Naw Tay, you shouldn't have. 

The announcement follows an unsurprising yet extraordinararily high level of demand from Melburnians to see Tay Swift (with Vance Joy) live in concert. This means that a third and final round of tickets will go on sale tomorrow. 10am people. Set an alarm.

Already gracing the stages of Tokyo, Asia, North America and Europe, the Bad Blood performer will be here December. 

Given her performances have seen celeb appearances from the likes of Lena Dunham, Mariska Hargitay and Andreja Pejić, we are really really really excited for her arrival Down Under. 

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