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Taylor Swift Announces 'Red' Tour Dates
North American leg kicks off March 13th in Omaha

Taylor Swift announced on Friday night that she will soon be hitting the road to support her new album, Red. The tour, which kicks off in Omaha, Nebraska on March 13th and wraps up over three nights in Nashville in September, will hit arenas and stadiums in 45 cities in 29 states and 3 Canadian provinces. Swift will be accompanied on tour by singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran, who dueted with her on the Red track "Everything Has Changed." Tickets will go on sale November 16th, and Swift has requested that each of the 59 shows include tickets priced under $50.

Swift anounced the tour last night during a special edition of ABC's 20/20 "I didn’t think I could be any more excited about my RED album, but then I start thinking about how I’m going to put the new show together for The RED Tour," she said.

Red Tour Dates:

March 13th and 14th – Omaha, Nebraska

March 18th and 19th – St. Louis, Missouri

March 22nd – Charlotte, North Carolina

March 23rd – Columbia, South Carolina

March 27th, 28th and 29th – Newark, New Jersey

April 10th – Miami, Florida

April 11th and 12th – Orlando, Florida

April 18th and 19 – Atlanta, Georgia

April 20th –Tampa, Florida

April 25th – Cleveland, Ohio

April 26th – Indianapolis, Indiana

April 27th – Lexington, Kentucky

May 4th – Detroit, Michigan

May 7th – Louisville, Kentucky

May 8th – Columbus, Ohio

May 11th and 12th – Washington, DC

May 16th – Houston, Texas

May 21st – Austin, Texas

May 22nd – San Antonio, Texas

May 25th – Dallas, Texas

May 28th and 29th – Glendale, Arizona

June 1st – Salt Lake City, Utah

June 2nd – Denver, Colorado

June 15th –Toronto, Ontario

June 22nd –Winnipeg, Manitoba

June 29th –Vancouver, British Columbia

July 6th – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

July 20th –Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

July 27th – Foxborough, Massachusetts

August 1st –Des Moines, Iowa

August 2nd and 3rd – Kansas City, Missouri

August 6th – Wichita, Kansas

August 7th – Tulsa, Oklahoma

August 10th – Chicago, Illinois

August 15th – San Diego, California

August 19th and 20th – Los Angeles, California

August 27th – Sacramento, California

August 30th – Portland, Oregon

August 31st –Tacoma, Washington

September 6th – Fargo, North Dakota

September 7th and 8th – St. Paul, Minnesota

September 12th – Greensboro, North Carolina

September 13th – Raleigh, North Carolina

September 14th – Charlottesville, Virginia

September 19th, 20th and 21st – Nashville, Tennessee


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