The star will tour North America from March 13 until September 21 with singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran as her special guest for all concerts.
Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
The talented and versatile singer has released her much-awaited "RED" album this past October and is now planning her tour to promote her music to her numerous enthusiastic fans. It took two years to develop the album, and devotees who attend one of her 2013 concerts will have the chance to hear her perform material from her latest successful release. The young, vivacious artist has stated that she is very excited to be touring again and has big plans for bringing her music to life. She will visit a number of locations in both the United States and Canada, including such cities as Atlanta, Glendale, Omaha, St. Louis, Sacramento, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Houston, San Antonio, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, Tulsa, Los Angeles, Tacoma, Nashville and Portland. Her Canadian concerts include stops in Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver.
In many markets, Taylor Swift tickets sold out within minutes after going on sale to the general public, and the singer has added concerts to her tour because of popular demand. She does not want to disappoint her fans and wants to make certain that everyone who has an interest in seeing her perform in a live show will have that chance. She also wants to make her "RED Tour" an elaborate event, possibly even more so than her "Speak Now Tour" had been. The young star wants her fans to get their money's worth, and she is doing what needs to be done to make this happen.
Nine stadiums have been put on the agenda for the upcoming major tour, and the famous American singer will very likely fill every entertainment venue to capacity where she will be scheduled to perform. A few of her stops will take place at such locations as Ford Field in Detroit, Soldier Field in Chicago, Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, and Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Fans have been anticipating the "RED Tour" ever since the singer's announcement earlier this year that it will take place in 2013.