Taylor Swift announced Monday she will head to Ohio Stadium on July 7 as part of a tour to promote her latest album, “Reputation.”

The tour was announced three days after the release of Swift’s sixth album of the same title.

The pop star has collaborated with Ticketmaster #verifiedfan, a service that allows fans to register for tickets ahead of time. Those who are verified and selected will be sent a code allowing them to purchase tickets. The service is designed to avoid losing tickets to scalpers or bots who resell tickets.

Fans can register to purchase tickets in advance through the program via Ticketmaster through Nov. 28.

Once registered, fans are able to improve their place in line by participating in activities such as buying tour merchandise and watching videos.

Tickets are available to the general public on Swift’s birthday, Dec. 13.

The 10-time-Grammy-award winner will kick off the tour in Arizona on May 8 and will hit 27 stops across the United States throughout the summer. Additional shows will be announced at a later date.

The last time Swift visited Columbus was Sept. 17, 2015, when she played a show to promote her album “1989” at Nationwide Arena.