Taylor Swift Announces ‘Speak Now’ World Tour

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Taylor Swift has announced a 2011 world tour in support of her extremely successful new album, Speak Now, which sold a million copies during its first week.

Taylor will play 87 shows in 19 countries spanning four continents on the Taylor Swift Speak Now World Tour 2011.

The world tour kicks off on February 9th in Singapore. The North American leg of the tour kicks off May 27th (my birthday! Yay!) in Omaha, Nebraska (Booo!) and will be making two stops in NYC on July 19th and 20th.

Swift recently spoke to MTV News about how she loves to experience other cultures while on the road.

“Whenever I’m somewhere where there’s just this beautiful culture and food that everyone talks about I try to experience as much of it as possible, like we go to Teppanyaki restaurants where they make all this food in front of you on the grill, and… I’m not much of a sushi person, I wish I was though.”

Listen to the audio below!

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Here are the Official Tour Dates:

European Leg:

February 9 | Singapore, Singapore | Singapore Indoor Stadium
February 11 | Seoul, South Korea | Gymnastic Gymnasium
February 13 | Osaka, Japan | Osaka-Jo Hall
February 16 | Tokyo, Japan | Budokan Hall
February 17 | Tokyo, Japan | Budokan Hall
February 19 | Manila, Philippines | Araneta Coliseum
February 21 | Hong Kong, Hong Kong | Asia World Arena
March 6 | Brussles, Belgium | Forest National
March 7 | Rotterdam, Holland | Ahoy
March 9 | Oslo, Norway| Oslo Spektrum
March 12 | Oberhausen, Germany| Oberhausen Arena
March 17 | Paris, France| Zenith
March 19 | Madrid, Spain| Palacio De Deportes
March 22 | Birmingham, United Kingdom| LG Arena
March 27 | Dublin, Republic of Ireland| O2 Dublin
March 29 | Manchester, United Kingdom| Manchester Evening News Arena
March 30 | London, United Kingdom| O2 Arena

North American Leg:

May 27 | Omaha, Nebraska
May 28 | Omaha, Nebraska
May 29 | Des Moines, Iowa
June 2 | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
June 3 | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
June 4 | Orlando, Florida
June 7 | Columbus, Ohio
June 8 | Milwaukee, Wisconsin
June 11 | Detroit, Michigan
June 14 | St. Paul, Minnesota
June 15 | St. Paul, Minnesota
June 18 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 21 | Buffalo, New York
June 22 | Hartford, Connecticut
June 25 | Foxboro, Massachusetts
July 1 | Knoxville, Tennessee
July 2 | Louisville, Kentucky
July 8 | Charlotte, North Carolina
July 9 | Atlanta, Georgia
July 10 | Atlanta, Georgia
July 14 | Montreal, Quebec, Canada
July 15 | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 16 | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 19 | New York, New York
July 20 | New York, New York
July 28 | Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 29 | Indianapolis, Indiana
July 30 | Cleveland, Ohio
August 2 | Washington, DC
August 3 | Washington, DC
August 6 | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 9 | Chicago, Illinois
August 10 | Chicago, Illinois
August 13 | Lexington, Kentucky
August 14 | St. Louis, Missouri
August 18 | Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
August 19 | Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
August 23 | Los Angeles, California
August 24 | Los Angeles, California
September 1 | San Jose, California
September 2 | San Jose, California
September 3 | Sacramento, California
September 6 | Portland, Oregon
September 7 | Seattle, Washington
September 10 | Vancounver, British Columbia, Canada
September 11 | Vancounver, British Columbia, Canada
September 16 | Nashville, Tennessee
September 17 | Nashville, Tennessee
September 21 | Tulsa, Oklahoma
September 24 | Kansas City, Missouri
September 27 | Denver, Colorado
September 28 | Salt Lake City, Utah
October 4 | Little Rock, Arkansas
October 5 | New Orleans, Louisiana
October 8 | Dallas, Texas

WOW! That’s a LOT of shows!

Get More Info @ Taylor’s Official Site >

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