Taylor Swift Announces Fifty-Eight North American 'Red' Tour Dates

Taylor Swift has confirmed the North American dates for her upcoming tour next year. The singer who will perform all her hits from her newest album ‘Red’ made the announcement on All Access Nashville with Katie Couric – A Special Edition of 20/20, yesterday. Swift will supposedly head over to Europe in September once she wraps up her last show in Nashville, though this has not been confirmed yet.

The singer took to her website to release the dates and add a few words, before adding that she has decided to call the tour ‘Red’, keeping it short and sweet, and not to forget exactly the same as the album title. She wrote: “I didn’t think I could be any more excited about my Red album,” said Swift in a statement on her website. “But then I start thinking about how I’m going to put the new show together for the ‘Red Tour’. I have so many ideas about how to really bring this music to life, and I can’t wait to share the new show with all my fans!”

The dates for next year’s shows are as follows:

    • March 13 and 14 – Omaha, Nebraska

    • March 18 and 19 – St. Louis, Missouri

    • March 22 – Charlotte, North Carolina

    • March 23 – Columbia, South Carolina

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

    • April 10 – Miami, Florida

    • April 11 and 12 – Orlando, Florida

    • April 18 and 19 – Atlanta, Georgia

    • April 20 – Tampa, Florida

    • April 25 – Cleveland, Ohio

    • April 26 – Indianapolis, Indiana

    • April 27 – Lexington, Kentucky

    • May 4 – Detroit, Michigan

    • May 7 – Louisville, Kentucky

    • May 8 – Columbus, Ohio

    • May 11 and 12 – Washington, DC

    • May 16 – Houston, Texas

    • May 21 – Austin, Texas

    • May 22 – San Antonio, Texas

    • May 25 – Dallas, Texas

    • May 28 and 29 – Glendale, Arizona

    • June 1 – Salt Lake City, Utah

    • June 2 – Denver, Colorado

    • June 15 – Toronto, Ontario

    • June 22 – Winnipeg, Manitoba

    • June 29 – Vancouver, British Columbia

    • July 6 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    • July 20 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    • July 27 – Foxborough, Massachusetts

    • August 1 – Des Moines, Iowa

    • August 2 and 3 – Kansas City, Missouri

    • August 6 – Wichita, Kansas

    • August 7 – Tulsa, Oklahoma

    • August 10 – Chicago, Illinois

    • August 15 – San Diego, California

    • August 19 and 20 – Los Angeles, California

    • August 27 – Sacramento, California

    • August 30 – Portland, Oregon

    • August 31 – Tacoma, Washington

    • September 6 – Fargo, North Dakota

    • September 7 and 8 – St. Paul, Minnesota

    • September 12 – Greensboro, North Carolina

    • September 13 – Raleigh, North Carolina

    • September 14 – Charlottesville, Virginia

  • September 19, 20 and 21 – Nashville, Tennessee

If you’re a massive Taylor fan, we’re sure you’d be pleased with all the dates, considering that she’s pretty much heading to a lot of states so that all her loyal Swizzles can enjoy her heartbreak songs! Ha, we kid.