Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour 2015
11/17/14 - After selling another 300,000 copies of 1989
in the last week, Taylor Swift is on the verge of being No. 1 at Billboard
for a third straight week. With Taylor Swift tickets in high demand, she just added more shows at MetLife Stadium (7/10), Solider Field (7/19) and Staples Center (8/21, 8/22). Taylor likes to surprise audiences with different guests on her tour and recently mentioned that she has list of ten artists. In addition to Vance Joy, who's opening, Swift says that she loves Haim and Iggy Azalea.
11/3/14 - This morning, a week after Taylor Swift released 1989
(expected to sell more than 1.3 million copies in its first week), Taylor announced the The 1989 World Tour
with US tour dates starting in May 2015. Vance Joy and Shawn Mendes will support Taylor on all North American dates. The 1989 tour kicks off in Louisiana on May 20th and wraps in Tampa, FL on October 31st. Major cities with 1989 tour dates include Detroit (Ford Field 5/30), Pittsburgh (Heinz Field 6/6), Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field 6/13), New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium 7/11), Washington DC (Nationals Park 7/13), Chicago (Soldier Field 7/18), Boston (Gillette Stadium 7/24, 7/25), Seattle (CenturyLink Field 8/8), San Francisco Bay Area (Levei's Stadium 8/15), Phoenix (Gila River Arena 8/17, 8/18), Los Angeles (Staples Center 8/26, 8/26), San Diego (PETCO Park 8/29), Denver (Pepsi Center 9/5, 9/6), Nashville (Bridgestone Arena 9/25, 9/26), Dallas (AT&T Stadium 10/17), Atlanta (Georgia Dome 10/17), Miami (American Airlines Arena 10/27) and Tampa (Raymond James Stadium 10/31). Get-in ticket prices for Taylor Swift's last tour averaged $131. Taylor Swift tickets for her 1989 tour could be cheaper due to more dates and larger venue sizes. Presale tickets for the 1989 World Tour will be availble November 7th.
2014 Red Tour
8/19/14 – Did you catch Taylor Swift’s exclusive live stream on Yahoo! yesterday? If not, then we’ve got news that is sure to make your summer! The country princess revealed she will drop her very first “official pop album,” dubbed 1989, on October 27. She also debuted a brand new pop-perfect song “Shake It Off,” complete with an adorable video of Swifty getting her groove on. While you can preorder the album that takes inspiration from the 1980s—the decade in which she was born—online, fans are hoping she announces another tour in support of her latest work! Right now, the only Taylor Swift tickets you can buy are for her appearance at the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas—passes start at a $203 minimum, but you’ll be the first to hear the new song “Shake It Off,” plus see her signature moves, in person!
8/15/13 - Taylor Swift’s Red Tour is in its final stages with a little over a month until its conclusion on 9/21 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The Red Tour totaled 66 North American dates. Through the tour, Swift has formed a close friendship with opener Ed Sheeran, an emerging British singer-songwriter. Swift is already working on her next album, but its release is likely more than a year away.
Taylor Swift concert tickets for her 2013 Red Tour are now available. Averaging between $131 and $368, most shows for the Taylor Swift tour have gone on sale to the general public. Both shows at Rexall Place in Edmonton and Swift's September show at John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville go on sale February 22.
Are Red Tour tickets more expensive than Taylor Swift's 2011 Speak Now Tour? When comparing the 35 venues in which the Country artist performed at in 2011 and will entertain at in 2013, Taylor Swift tickets are more expensive in 2013 for the Red tour. Among these venues, the average Red tickets are $35 more per ticket than Speak Now tickets. Taylor Swift Los Angeles tickets will cost fans 38% more in 2013 than 2011; on the other end of the spectrum, Taylor Swift Orlando tickets will cost fans 35% less in 2013 than 2011.