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1989 tour coming in 2015 from Swift

Monday, November 3, 2014 – Taylor Swift is going worldf-wide with "1989." The singer, who may sella bout 1.3 million units of her pop album out one week ago, will start her tour in Bossier, City La. oin May 22 with dates through thre U.S., Eu and Europe into October. She will play Australia in December 20154, a co8untry she has played before.

Vance Joy is supporting all North American dates. Shawn Mendesill also join the tour for select performances.

General public tickets for the North American leg will go on sale Nov. 14; American Express cardholders and members of the TaylorSwift.com email list will be able to purchase tickets Nov. 7.

Tour dates are:
May 20 - Bossier City, LA - CenturyLink Center
May 22 - Baton Rouge, LA - LSU Tiger Stadium
May 30 - Detroit, MI - Ford Field
June 2 - Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center
June 3 - Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena
June 6 - Pittsburgh, PA - Heinz Field
June 8 - Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Arena
June 9 - Raleigh, NC - PNC Arena
June 13 - Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
June 20 - Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany - Lanxess Arena
June 21 - Amsterdam, North Holland Netherlands - Ziggo Dome
June 23 - Glasgow, Scotland United Kingdom - SSE Hydro
June 24 - Manchester, NW England United Kingdom - Arena
June 27 - London, England United Kingdom - British Summertime Hyde Park
July 6 - Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
July 7 - Montreal, QB - Bell Centre
July 11 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
July 13 - Washington, DC - Nationals Park
July 18, 2014 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
July 24-25 - Foxboro, MA - Gillette Stadium <
Aug. 1 - Vancouver, BC - BC Place Stadium
Aug. 4-5 - Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place
Aug. 8 - Seattle, WA - CenturyLink Field
Aug. 15 - Santa Clara, CA - Levi's Stadium
Aug. 17-18 - Glendale, AZ - Gila River Arena
Aug. 25-26 - Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center
Aug. 29 - San Diego, CA - PETCO Park
Sept. 4 - Salt Lake City, UT - EnergySolutions Arena
Sept. 5-6 - Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
Sept. 9 - Fargo, ND - Fargodome
Sept. 11-12 - St. Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 16 - Indianapolis, IN - Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Sept. 17-18 - Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
Sept. 21-22 - Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
Sept. 25-26 - Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 2-3 - Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
Oct. 8 - Des Moines, IA - Wells Fargo Arena
Oct. 9-10 - Omaha, NE - CenturyLink Center
Oct. 13-14- St. Louis, MO - Scottrade Center
Oct. 17 - Dallas, TX - AT&T Stadium
Oct. 20 - Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
Oct. 21, Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Oct. 24 - Atlanta, GA - Georgia Dome
Oct. 27 - Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena
Oct. 31 - Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium

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