"Feeling so grateful for the memories we're making together on this tour," wrote Swift on social media after four shows at Foro Sol in Mexico City
Taylor Swift is holding onto the memories from her time in Mexico.
The Grammy-winning superstar performed her first-ever headlining concerts in the country over the weekend, selling out four shows at the 65,000-capacity Foro Sol in Mexico City, and she expressed appreciation for every fan who attended in a social media post on Monday.
"After years of wanting to play in Mexico City, just got to play 4 of the most unforgettable shows for the most beautiful and generous fans," wrote Swift, 33, alongside photos from the concerts.
"Feeling so grateful for the memories we’re making together on this tour," continued the "Karma" singer-songwriter. "TE AMO."
Swift's opening act, Sabrina Carpenter, also took to social media amid their Mexico City shows and praised the audiences. "you have been the most welcoming incredible crowds i can’t believe how lucky i am to play for u," she captioned photos from her performance.
The Eras Tour stops at Foro Sol marked Swift's first-ever proper headlining concert in Mexico, though she previously performed a brief 2011 set featuring "Love Story" and "Sparks Fly" on Royal Caribbean International's Allure of the Seas cruise ship, which was docked in Cozumel at the time.
Following the four Mexico City concerts, the Eras Tour pauses for over two months before resuming in November with shows in Argentina and Brazil. Then, Swift will take another few months off the road before playing shows across Asia, Australia, Europe and North America from February 2024 through November 2024.
Swift has a lot going on at the moment. In between legs of the Eras Tour, she'll release her fourth re-recorded album, 1989 (Taylor's Version), on Oct. 27. She announced the project on stage as she wrapped the U.S. leg of her Eras Tour in Los Angeles on Aug. 9.
“Here we are on the last night of the U.S. leg of the Eras tour in the eighth month of the year on the ninth day. You might have noticed there are some new outfits in the show,” she told the crowd.
“There's something that I've been planning for a really, really, really ridiculously, embarrassingly long time, and instead of telling you about it, I think I'll just sort of show you," she said, unveiling the cover art and release date for 1989 (Taylor's Version) on the big screen.
The “New Romantics” singer then took to social media to share more information, noting how her fifth album “changed my life in countless ways” and that her new version was her “most FAVORITE re-record.”
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