Taylor Swift Reveals Concert Plans

By on December 1, 2010 in

Teen country sensation Taylor Swift has come forward with a new set of concert dates in light of her third studio album Speak Now. The 19-country ‘Speak Now World Tour’ will begin in the Asia-Pacific region in February before shifting to Europe in March. Swift plans to headline a number of U.S. shows that will start up in Omaha, NE in May and conclude at the New Dallas Cowboys Stadium in October. Although certain venues have yet to be specified, other confirmed stadiums include Gillette Stadium, Ford Field, Heinz Field, Staples Center, Lincoln Financial Field and Arrowhead Stadium.

Following its release this October, Speak Now debuted atop the Billboard 200 with first-week sales reaching over 1 million in the U.S. alone. The albums lead single, “Mine,” was released in August and peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.

Swift was last seen touring extensively in 2009 in promotion of her 2008 studio project Fearless. The highly publicized album was certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA and became the first album to win the American Music Award (AMA), Academy of Country Music Award (ACM), Country Music Association Award (CMA), and Grammy Award for Album of The Year.

Taylor Swift 2011 Tour Dates:

May 27 – 28  Omaha, NE  TBA
May 29  Des Moines, IA  TBA
June 2 – 3  Fort Lauderdale, FL  TBA
June 4  Orlando, FL  TBA 
June 7  Columbus, OH  TBA
June 8  Milwaukee, WI  TBA
June 11  Detroit, MI  Ford Field
June 14 – 15  Saint Paul, MN  TBA
June 18  Pittsburgh, PA  Heinz Field
June 21  Buffalo, NY  TBA
June 22  Hartford, CT  TBA
June 25  Foxboro, MA  Gillette Stadium
June 30  Greensboro, NC  TBA
July 1  Knoxville, TN  TBA
July 2  Louisville, KY  TBA
July 8  Charlotte, NC  TBA
July 9 – 10  Atlanta, GA  TBA
July 14  Montreal, QC  TBA
July 15 – 16  Toronto, ON  TBA
July 19 – 20  New York, NY  TBA
July 28  Grand Rapids, MI  TBA
July 29  Indianapolis, IN  TBA
August 2 – 3  Washington, DC  TBA
August 6  Philadelphia, PA  Lincoln Financial Field
August 9 – 10  Chicago, IL  TBA
August 13  Lexington, KY  TBA
August 14  St. Louis, MO  TBA
August 18 – 19  Edmonton, AB  TBA
August 23 – 24  Los Angeles, CA  Staples Center
September 1 – 2  San Jose, CA  HP Pavilion at San Jose
September 3  Sacramento, CA  TBA
September 6  Portland, OR  TBA
September 7  Seattle, WA  TBA
September 10 – 11  Vancouver, BC  TBA
September 16 – 17  Nashville, TN  TBA
September 21  Tulsa, OK  TBA
September 24  Kansas City, MO  Arrowhead Stadium
September 27  Denver, CO  TBA
September 28  Salt Lake City, UT  TBA
October 4  Little Rock, AR  TBA
October 5  New Orleans, LA  TBA
October 8  Arlington, TX  New Dallas Cowboys Stadium


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