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Taylor Swift - Red Tour

In late October 2012, Taylor Swift has announced that she will go on a 'Red Tour' early in 2013 in North America. The tour will last 58 days. Tickets will be on sale from November 16 onwards. The tour will kick off March 13 and 14 in Omaha, Nebraska. She will tour in 45 cities of 29 states and three provinces in 2013.

The special announcement was made in partnership with ABC News on tonight's primetime special "All Access Nashville with Katie Couric - A Special Edition of 20/20."


Red Tour - Dates

March 13 & 14Omaha, Nebraska
March 18 & 19St. Louis, Missouri
March 22Charlotte, North Carolina
March 23Columbia, South Carolina
March 27, 28 & 29Newark, New Jersey
April 10 Miami, Florida
April 11 & 12Orlando, Florida
April 18 & 19 Atlanta, Georgia
April 20Tampa, Florida
April 25Cleveland, Ohio
April 26 Indianapolis, Indiana
April 27 Lexington, Kentucky
May 4 Detroit, Michigan
May 7 Louisville, Kentucky
May 8 Columbus, Ohio
May 11 & 12Washington, DC
May 16Houston, Texas
May 21Austin, Texas
May 22San Antonio, Texas
May 25Dallas, Texas
May 28 & 29Glendale, Arizona
June 1Salt Lake City, Utah
June 2Denver, Colorado
June 15 Toronto, Ontario
June 22 Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 29 Vancouver, British Columbia
July 6Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 20 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 27 Foxborough, Massachusetts
August 1Des Moines, Iowa
August 2 & 3 Kansas City, Missouri
August 6Wichita, Kansas
August 7Tulsa, Oklahoma
August 10Chicago, Illinois
August 15San Diego, California
August 19 & 20Los Angeles, California
August 27Sacramento, California
August 30Portland, Oregon
August 31Tacoma, Washington
September 6Fargo, North Dakota
September 7 & 8St. Paul, Minnesota
September 12 Greensboro, North Carolina
September 13 Raleigh, North Carolina
September 14 Charlottesville, Virginia
September 19, 20 & 21Nashville, Tennessee


Taylor Swift will perform at the following stadiums during her tour.

  • Detroit's Ford Field
  • Dallas's Cowboys Stadium
  • Toronto's Rogers Centre
  • Winnipeg's Investors' Group Field
  • Vancouver's BC Place Stadium
  • Pittsburgh's Heinz Field
  • Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field
  • Foxborough
  • Mass.'s Gillette Stadium
  • Chicago's Soldier Field

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