Taylor Swift announces end of Eras Tour at 100th show

Taylor Swift has finally set an end date for her record-breaking Eras Tour, which she revealed Thursday at the 100th performance of the international sensation.

Swift, 34, made the announcement while performing at Anfield, Stadium in Liverpool, England.

“This is the very first time I’ve ever acknowledged to myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December,” the Grammy winner said, according to a tweet making the rounds online.

Ahead of the reveal, Swifties anxiously awaited what they thought was going to be a different kind of update — especially given that the superstar often marks milestones with special announcements or Easter eggs.

June 13 didn’t just signify the landmark 100th performance of the Eras Tour but Swift’s half-birthday. The “Style” singer was born on Dec. 13, 1989 — with her birth year notably serving as the title of her beloved 2014 album — and 13 is famously her favorite number.

“Me thinking Taylor’s going to announce Rep[utation] [Taylor’s Version] for the 100th show but she’s really going to sit down at that piano and play yoyok [“You’re on Your Own, Kid”] for the 100th time,” tweeted one fan, referring to the rerecorded “Reputation” album that fans expected Swift to release last year.

Another fan joked that Swift woke up Thursday “to see she’s somehow announcing [Taylor’s version of Reputation] and [her] debut [album], giving us a [music video], announcing more [tour] dates, giving us [The Tortured Poets Department] part 3 [and] a new unknown album all during tonight’s 100th show.”

The “Guilty as Sin?” singer announced last summer that her tour would get the concert film treatment and would hit theaters on Oct. 13. She later announced the extended version of the hit film would drop on “you guessed it, December 13.”