Taylor Swift Adds 16 New Dates to 'Speak Now' World Tour
Taylor Swift won't be taking a break from tour anytime soon. The country pop singer has just added a number of tour dates to her current world traveling show. Sixteen in total, the new shows include the ones held in Bossier City on September 20 and in Tampa on November 12.
Tickets for the newly-added North American shows will go on sale sometime soon. Australian artist Adam Brand will open the September and the November shows, while David Nail will serve as a supporting act on the added October concerts.
Taylor swift launched the world tour on February 9 in Singapore to support her record-breaking studio album "Speak Now". The "Mean" singer kicked off the U.S. leg on May 27 with two sold-out shows at the Qwest Center in Omaha. She received mostly positive reviews over the tour.
Swift is currently staying in Europe for a number of live concerts. Next month on April 3, she will be back to the U.S. to perform at the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards which will take place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
- Sept. 20 in Bossier City
- Oct. 14 in Lubbock, Texas
- Oct. 15 in Oklahoma City
- Oct. 20 in San Diego
- Oct. 20 in Phoenix
- Oct. 21 in Phoenix
- Oct. 25 in San Antonio, Texas
- Oct. 26 in Austin, Texas
- Oct. 30 in Memphis, Tennessee
- Nov. 05 in Houston
- Nov. 12 in Tampa, Florida
- Nov. 13 in Miami
- Nov. 17 in Raleigh, N.C.
- Nov. 18 in Columbia, S.C.
- Nov. 21 in New York City
- Nov. 22 in New York City
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