Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour Announced!

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Looks like Taylor Swift fans won’t have to wait much longer to enjoy the music of her new album “1989” live! Swift announced her 1989 World Tour on ABC’s Good Morning America earlier.

Her album 1989 is said to have sold more than a million copies last week! With the new album reaching so much success so quickly, there is no doubt that Swift will have outstanding attendance from fans on her future tour. I’d imagine shows will be sold out very quickly!

Her last album “Red” was released in 2012 and was considered country with elements of pop. With “1989” Swift is transitioning into become completely pop, separating herself from her country roots. When it comes to her writing, regardless of what album it is, you can bet your bottom dollar that Swift will focus on her life experiences in her lyrics, referring to ex’s and previous (maybe present) friendships.

Swift’s tour will start on May 20 in Bossier City, La and will end with a Halloween show at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The 7 time Grammy winner will play arenas and stadiums in five countries. She will do two shows in several cities including Foxborough, Massachusetts at the Gillette Stadium and Los Angeles, California at the Staples Center. She will also be a Bayou Country Superfest headliner.

As far as performers who will accompany Swift go, Vance Joy (an Australian singer-songwriter) will open the North American dates and Shawn Mendes will be sharing the stage at the stadium shows.

Australian and Asian tour dates will be released at another time.
Taylor Swift Tour Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Nov. 14.

Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour dates:

20 – CenturyLink Center, Bossier City, La.
22 – LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge
30 – Ford Field, Detroit

2 – KFC Yum! Center, Louisville.
3 – Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland
6 – Heinz Field, Pittsburgh
8 – Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte, N.C.
9 – PNC Arena, Raleigh, N.C.
13 – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
20 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
21 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Holland
23 – The SSE, Hydro Glasgow, U.K.
24 – Arena, Manchester, U.K.
27 – British Summertime Hyde Park, London

6 – Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa
7 – Bell Centre, Montreal
11 – MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ.
13 – Nationals, Park Washington, D.C.
18 – Soldier Field, Chicago
24 – Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.
25 – Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.

1 – BC Place Stadium, Vancouver, BC.
4 – Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta
5 – Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta
8 – CenturyLink Field, Seattle
15 – Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.
17 – Gila River Arena, Glendale, Ariz.
18 – Gila River Arena, Glendale, Ariz.
25 – Staples Center, Los Angeles
26 – Staples Center, Los Angeles
29 – PETCO Park, San Diego

4 – EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City
5 – Pepsi Center, Denver
6 – Pepsi Center, Denver
9 – Fargodome Fargo, N.D.
11 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul
12 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul
16 – Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
17 – Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
18 – Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
21 – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
22 – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
25 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville
26 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville

2 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
3 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
8 – Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines
9 – CenturyLink Center, Omaha
10 – CenturyLink Center, Omaha
13 – Scottrade Center, St. Louis
14 – Scottrade Center, St. Louis
17 – AT&T Stadium, Dallas
20 – Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky.
21 – Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro, N.C.
24 – Georgia Dome, Atlanta
27 – AmericanAirlines, Arena Miami
31 – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa

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