Taylor Swift Announced Two Live Shows, But Still No Update on Official Tour

During the Super Bowl pre-party, Taylor Swift confirmed that she would not embark on a concert tour in 2017. “By coming to this show tonight you are attending 100 percent of this year’s tour dates,” she revealed.

And it looks like the Grammy-winner is mostly sticking to her word. According to radio stations 99.7 Now! and B96 the singer has committed to two live performances. On December 2 at Poptopia festival in San Jose, California, and on December 7 at the B96 Jingle Bash in Chicago.These two performances will be the singer’s first shows in support of her much anticipated album, Reputation.

The singer has already shared a few singles of the upcoming batch including “… Ready For It,” “Look What You Made Me Do” and “LWYMMD” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in its second week.

The official tour in support of Reputation hasn’t been announced yet. While we still don’t know when Swift might hit the road with full concerts, she did tease a US trek back in August when an official press release noted that fans can register for Taylor Swift Tix powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan “for an opportunity to purchase tickets to an upcoming concert show.”

Reputation drops on November 10.