Taylor Swift at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA
The Staples Center is one of the biggest concert venues in Los Angeles and Taylor Swift tours frequently make stops at the venue. The Staples Center has a general capacity for concerts at just over 18,000 and whenever Taylor Swift is in LA, the venue is filled to max. Demand for Taylor Swift at the Staples Center has been so high over the years, that Swift has often scheduled multiple shows on the same tour at the Staples Center, including in 2013, when Taylor Swift performed 4 nights in a row at the venue.
Taylor Swift at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX
Taylor Swift has a massive fan base in the North Texas area and AT&T Stadium supports a crowd of over 80,000 fans. With the roof closed, AT&T Stadium will be among the largest indoor venues that Taylor Swift stops at, and the stage is never bigger for the pop sensation. Taylor Swift first performed at AT&T Stadium in 2011, and tickets to see Taylor Swift at AT&T Stadium have quickly become some of the most sought after for every Taylor Swift Tour.
Taylor Swift at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, CA
One of the newest stops on Taylor Swift tours is the brand new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Levi’s Stadium is typically the home of the San Francisco 49ers, and can typically seat over 68,000 fans for Taylor Swift Shows. The outdoor stadium is among the largest crowds that Taylor Swift will play at in California, and the desire to see Taylor Swift perform at Levi’s Stadium draws fans from across Northern California.
"1989 World Tour”
Kicking off in Japan on May 05, 2015, the 1989 World tour will hit North America and Europe before heading to Australia in December 2015. The 1989 World Tour was announced in support of Taylor Swift’s fifth studio album “1989”, released on October 27, 2014, through Big Machine Records. Since the release of her fourth studio album “Red” and The Red Tour, Taylor began planning her follow-up project in 2013 and continued work through 2014. For the 1989 Album, Swift collaborated with several producers including Max Martin and Shellback. The album’s title was inspired by the pop music scene of her birth year.
Vance Joy, whose hit song “Riptide” was recently covered by Taylor, is supporting all North American dates and Shawn Mendes will also join the tour for select performances.
"Speak Now World Tour”
Swift embarked on a one-year world tour starting early 2011 in Asia and ended in Auckland Australia March 18, 2012. With her trademark entrance song, which is different for every tour, she made a grand entrance on stage to Tom Petty’s “American Girl.” Swift keeps her fans on their tippy toes by floating from the sky, running through out the audience shaking hands to elegant piano solos. She always invites a special guest to sing, one such guest was Johnny Rzeznik from the Goo Goo Dolls singing “Iris.”
It’s been going for over a year and now that it’s coming to a close and Swift is going out with a bang! As this 47-city worldwide tour winds down her closing days start in Nashville, TN on September 21, 2013 and ends on December 14, 2013 in Australia, without missing a beat since the beginning of the tour. In late November and early December Swift will head south to Australia and play in five cities, including the Vector Arena in Auckland for three nights and the iconic Allianz Stadium in Sidney. The show is sure to include grand gestures of floating dancers and drummers, singing from the sky and everything that glitters in red, of course. You can bet that “State Of Grace” will open the show in grand style as if it were the first song on the first day. Swift’s trademark song for taking the stage this tour, “American Woman” by Lenny Kravitz.