Taylor Swift Tour | 2015 Taylor Swift Tour Dates

It’s official! Taylor Swift has announced 2015 tour dates for her hit album 1989. Check out Taylor Swift’s tour dates, learn what we think her 1989 tour setlist will be, and read up on 1989.

UPDATE: HAIM will join Taylor Swift on the 1989 Tour

HAIM and Taylor Swift took to Twitter and Instagram to announce the good nws:

HAIM IS JOINING THE 1989 TOUR THIS IS NOT A DRILL I REPEAT HAIM IS JOINING THE 1989 TOUR @haimtheband

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

And finally, here are the list of dates HAIM will joining Taylor Swift on:

Check out the complete tour schedule for the 1989 tour.

The 1989 World Tour – Taylor Swift Tour Dates

Date
Event
May 154:00 PMCity of Rock – Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NVFrom $515
May 207:30 PMCenturyLink Center – LA – Bossier City, LAFrom $183
May 227:30 PMTiger Stadium – Baton Rouge – Baton Rouge, LAFrom $63
May 307:00 PMFord Field – Detroit, MIFrom $168
Jun 27:00 PMKFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KYFrom $152
Jun 37:30 PMQuicken Loans Arena – Cleveland, OHFrom $179
Jun 67:00 PMHeinz Field – Pittsburgh, PAFrom $83
Jun 87:30 PMTime Warner Cable Arena – Charlotte, NCFrom $187
Jun 97:30 PMPNC Arena (Formerly RBC Center) – Raleigh, NCFrom $150
Jun 127:00 PMLincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PAFrom $82
Jun 137:00 PMLincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PAFrom $82
Jun 272:30 PMHyde Park – London – London, GL
Jul 67:00 PMCanadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place) – Ottawa, CanadaFrom $170
Jul 77:30 PMCentre Bell – Montreal, CanadaFrom $101
Jul 107:00 PMMetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJFrom $116
Jul 117:00 PMMetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJFrom $123
Jul 137:00 PMNationals Park – Washington, DCFrom $104
Jul 147:00 PMNationals Park – Washington, DCFrom $75
Jul 187:00 PMSoldier Field Stadium – Chicago, ILFrom $94
Jul 197:00 PMSoldier Field Stadium – Chicago, ILFrom $85
Jul 247:00 PMGillette Stadium – Foxborough, MAFrom $135
Jul 257:00 PMGillette Stadium – Foxborough, MAFrom $129
Aug 17:00 PMBC Place Stadium – Vancouver, CanadaFrom $104
Aug 47:30 PMRexall Place – Edmonton, CanadaFrom $105
Aug 57:30 PMRexall Place – Edmonton, CanadaFrom $129
Aug 87:00 PMCenturyLink Field – Seattle, WAFrom $99
Aug 147:00 PMLevi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CAFrom $109
Aug 157:00 PMLevi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CAFrom $150
Aug 177:30 PMGila River Arena – Glendale, AZFrom $114
Aug 187:30 PMGila River Arena – Glendale, AZFrom $106
Aug 217:30 PMStaples Center – Los Angeles, CAFrom $58
Aug 227:30 PMStaples Center – Los Angeles, CAFrom $58
Aug 247:30 PMStaples Center – Los Angeles, CAFrom $84
Aug 257:30 PMStaples Center – Los Angeles, CAFrom $101
Aug 267:30 PMStaples Center – Los Angeles, CAFrom $101
Aug 297:00 PMPetco Park – San Diego, CAFrom $179
Sep 47:30 PMEnergySolutions Arena – Salt Lake City, UTFrom $233
Sep 57:30 PMPepsi Center: Denver – Denver, COFrom $130
Sep 67:00 PMPepsi Center: Denver – Denver, COFrom $124
Sep 98:00 PMFargodome – Fargo, NDFrom $72
Sep 117:30 PMXcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MNFrom $105
Sep 127:30 PMXcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MNFrom $105
Sep 137:30 PMXcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MNFrom $105
Sep 167:30 PMBankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, INFrom $94
Sep 177:30 PMNationwide Arena – Columbus, OHFrom $107
Sep 187:30 PMNationwide Arena – Columbus, OHFrom $149
Sep 217:30 PMSprint Center – Kansas City, MOFrom $150
Sep 227:30 PMSprint Center – Kansas City, MOFrom $117
Sep 257:30 PMBridgestone Arena – Nashville, TNFrom $119
Sep 267:30 PMBridgestone Arena – Nashville, TNFrom $109
Sep 287:30 PMScottrade Center – Saint Louis, MOFrom $154
Oct 27:00 PMRogers Centre – Toronoto, CanadaFrom $87
Oct 37:00 PMRogers Centre – Toronoto, CanadaFrom $86
Oct 87:30 PMWells Fargo Arena – IA – Des Moines, IAFrom $86
Oct 97:30 PMCenturyLink Center – Omaha, NEFrom $113
Oct 107:30 PMCenturyLink Center – Omaha, NEFrom $94
Oct 137:00 PMMinute Maid Park – Houston, TXFrom $98
Oct 14TBDScottrade Center – Saint Louis, MOFrom $154
Oct 177:00 PMAT&T Stadium (formerly Dallas Cowboys Stadium) – Arlington, TXFrom $20
Oct 207:30 PMRupp Arena – Lexington, KYFrom $80
Oct 21TBDGreensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, NCFrom $154
Oct 247:00 PMGeorgia Dome – Atlanta, GAFrom $132
Oct 277:00 PMAmerican Airlines Arena – Miami, FLFrom $89
Oct 317:00 PMRaymond James Stadium – Tampa, FLFrom $99

1989 – Secret Sessions

Over the year Taylor Swift was working on 1989, she scoured the Internet for her biggest fans – fans who had gone to concert after concert, bought all of her albums, but never got to see them in person. Then, she had her team reach out to them and tell them to show up at secret locations across the United States. From there, they were bused to even-more-secret locations, including her apartment in NYC, her mom’s home, and other locations close to Taylor’s personal life. Once there, they got the chance to listen to 1989 a month before anyone else. Check out the behind the scenes video:

And if you’re in for a laugh, check out this hilarious video where Taylor is interviewed about the secret sessions:

1989 – Release & 2015 Tour Speculation

If you’ve been anywhere near civilization this week, you’ve probably heard that Taylor Swift just released her new album “1989” yesterday. For her fifth studio effort, Swift has totally abandoned her country roots, now fully embracing the pop style, an inevitable shift that she’s been moving towards for years. However, unlike many artists who drastically alter their sound, this change seems to be having no negative effect on Swift’s career. The album has been out for just over a mere 24 hours, and already it’s receiving nonstop praise from critics and fans alike. Even celebrities can’t help gushing about it over social media.

“1989” has Swift for the most part trading her acoustic guitar for ’80s-style synthesizers and electronic drum beats. She produced the album in collaboration with Max Martin, who has proven himself as a pop hitmaker for the last two decades or so. Martin also co-wrote some of Swift’s biggest pop hits from her last album, including “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “22” and “I Knew You Were Trouble.” These songs and their lack of country style launched her closer towards becoming a pop diva, and now with “1989,” she’s pretty much cemented her status as just that.

It’s no surprise that the 24-year-old singer is seemingly everywhere this week, with a plethora of scheduled television appearances, performances, and interviews to promote her new album. Tonight she’ll be appearing as a guest judge on NBC’s “The Voice,” and will later perform on “The Late Show With David Letterman.” Other upcoming publicity appearances include “The View,” “Good Morning America,” and CBS’ “The Talk” to name a few.

In the recent past, artists have announced huge tours through television appearances like these, so are we in store for some big Taylor-related news this week? Nothing is official yet, but fear not, Swifties! I think it’s safe to say that a big tour is coming soon. There’s been some speculation that Swift is planning something big for early 2015 in support of her new album, so it’s just a matter of being patient and waiting for that inevitable announcement.

If patience isn’t your style, and you don’t want to wait to find out when you can see her next year, there’s still time to get tickets to see Taylor before 2014 is over. She’s got a few shows lined up, including two stops on the Jingle Ball tour.

If/when Taylor does announce a tour, we’ll keep you posted with full details, so be sure to subscribe to our blog for all the latest updates. In the meantime, where do you want to see Taylor Swift tour? Let us know in the comment section below!

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