Taylor Swift's highly anticipated U.S. tour of 20 cities will feature artists Haim, Girl in Red, Phoebe Bridgers, Paramore, Beabadoobee, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, Muna, and Owen.

The "Eras Tour" is in support of Swift's recently released studio album "Midnights" and opens Mar. 18 in Glendale, Ariz. It closes Aug. 5 in Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium. Swift opened and closed her 2018 "Reputation" tour in the same locations.

Swift's setlist is expected to include songs from the six albums released since her last tour.

The Grammy Award-winning artist posted the announcement Tuesday on her Twitter and Instagram. She said international dates will be announced soon.

Taylor Swift Announces 2023 'Eras Tour' on Twitter

"Midnights" is Taylor Swift's 10th original studio album, taking listeners through "the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout [her] life." She announced the album at the 2022 MTV Music Awards when she accepted the Video of the Year award for her 10-minute film "All-Too Well: The Short Film."

The 32-year-old artist released the album on Oct. 21. Although the album was not preceded by single releases, she has dropped two music videos for the songs "Bejeweled" and "AntiHero."

Swift is the first artist to hold all top-10 slots on the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time. "Anti-Hero" leads the way at No. 1 and the album has sold more than a million copies in the first week.

Tickets go on sale Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. local time. Capital One credit card holders can purchase tickets beginning Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. local time. Prices for tickets will range from $49 up to $449. VIP packages will start at $199 and go up to $899.

The tour will be using Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program which can be set up on the Ticketmaster website.

The tour has 27 dates and will go to 20 U.S. cities. See below:

March 18: Glendale, Ariz. - State Farm Stadium

March 25: Las Vegas - Allegiant Stadium

April 1: Arlington, Texas - AT&T Stadium

April 2: Arlington, Texas - AT&T Stadium

April 15: Tampa, Fla. - Raymond James Stadium

April 22: Houston - NRG Stadium

April 28: Atlanta - Mercedes-Benz Stadium

April 29: Atlanta - Mercedes-Benz Stadium

May 6: Nashville - Nissan Stadium

May 12: Philadelphia - Lincoln Financial Field

May 13: Philadelphia - Lincoln Financial Field

May 19: Foxborough, Mass. - Gillette Stadium

May 20: Foxborough, Mass. - Gillette Stadium

May 26: East Rutherford, N.J. - MetLife Stadium

May 27: East Rutherford, N.J. - MetLife Stadium

June 2: Chicago. - Soldier Field

June 3: Chicago. - Soldier Field

June 10: Detroit - Ford Field

June 17: Pittsburgh - Acrisure Stadium

June 24: Minneapolis - U.S. Bank Stadium

July 1: Cincinnati - Paycor Stadium

July 8: Kansas City, Mo. - GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium

July 15: Denver - Empower Field at Mile High

July 22: Seattle - Lumen Field

July 29: Santa Clara, Calif. - Levi's Stadium

Aug. 4: Inglewood, Calif. - SoFi Stadium

Aug. 5: Inglewood, Calif. - SoFi Stadium

Swift has been awarded 11 Grammy's and 42 nominations. The artist earned her first Top 40 hit at just 16 with her song "Tim McGraw."