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Taylor Swift Goes ‘Red’

11:01 AM Monday 10/29/12 |   |

The six-time Grammy winner announces her “Red” tour – 58 shows in 45 cities in 29 states and 3 provinces, kicking off with two nights in Omaha, Neb., in March. Few venues have been announced, but word is Taylor Swift will play stadiums and arenas this time around.

  • Taylor Swift

    iHeartRadio Music Festival, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
    September 22, 2012

    (Eric Reed / Invision / AP)

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Swift announced her tour during “All Access Nashville with Katie Couric” on a special edition of ABC’s 20/20. The zillion date adventure is in support of Swift’s Red album, released last week to thunderous applause throughout the globe.

But the tour isn’t the only thing on Swift’s upcoming travels. The country songstress will co-host “The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!” with L.L. Cool J. The event, which will announce nominees in several categories as well as feature live performances by past Grammy winners and/or nominees, will take place at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Dec. 5 and will broadcast live on CBS.

Although Swift’s camp has only released dates and cities for the upcoming “Red” tour, the announcement did name a few stadiums, saying the tour promoted and produced by The Messina Group will play Detroit’s Ford Field; Cowboys Stadium near Dallas in Arlington, Texas; Toronto’s Rogers Centre; Winnipeg, Manitoba, at Investors’ Group Field; BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia; Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field; Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field; Foxboro, Mass., at Gillette Stadium; and Chicago’s Soldier Field.

Here’s the schedule:

March 13 – Omaha, Neb.
March 14 – Omaha, Neb.
March 18 – St. Louis, Mo.
March 19 – St. Louis, Mo.
March 22 – Charlotte, N.C.
March 23 – Columbia, S.C.
March 27 – Newark, N.J.
March 28 – Newark, N.J.
March 29 – Newark, N.J.
April 10 – Miami, Fla.
April 11 – Orlando, Fla.
April 12 – Orlando, Fla.
April 18 – Atlanta, Ga.
April 19 – Atlanta, Ga.
April. 20 – Tampa, Fla.
April 25 – Cleveland, Ohio
April 26 – Indianapolis, Ind.
April 27 – Lexington, Ky.
May 4 – Detroit, Mich., Ford Field
May 7 – Louisville, Ky.
May 8 – Columbus, Ohio
May 11 – Washington, D.C.
May 12 – Washington, D.C.
May 16 – Houston, Texas
May 21 – Austin, Texas
May 22 – San Antonio, Texas
May 25 – Arlington, Texas, Cowboys Stadium
May 28 – Glendale, Ariz.
May 29 – Glendale, Ariz.

June 1 – Salt Lake City, Utah
June 2 – Denver, Colo.
June 15 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre
June 22 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Investors Group Field
June 29 – Vancouver, British Columbia, BC Place
July 6 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Heinz Field
July 20 – Philadelphia, Pa., Lincoln Financial Field
July 27 – Foxboro, Mass., Gillette Stadium
Aug. 1 – Des Moines, Iowa
Aug. 2 – Kansas City, Mo.
Aug. 3 – Kansas City, Mo.
Aug. 6 – Wichita, Kan.
Aug. 7 – Tulsa, Okla.
Aug. 10 – Chicago, Ill., Soldier Field
Aug. 15 – San Diego, Calif.
Aug. 19 – Los Angeles, Calif.
Aug. 20 – Los Angeles, Calif.
Aug. 27 – Sacramento, Calif.
Aug. 30 – Portland, Ore.
Aug. 31 – Tacoma, Wash.
Sept. 6 – Fargo, N.D.
Sept. 7 – Saint Paul, Minn.
Sept. 8 – Saint Paul, Minn.
Sept. 12 – Greensboro, N.C.
Sept. 13 – Raleigh, N.C.
Sept. 14 – Charlottesville, Va.
Sept. 19 – Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 20 – Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 21 – Nashville, Tenn.

Special guest Ed Sheeran appears on all dates.

  • Taylor Swift

    MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.
    September 6, 2012

    (Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)

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Ticket sales begin Nov. 16 and every show will include tickets priced under $50. Visit TaylorSwift.com for more information.


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