Taylor Swift Announces 1989 World Tour

Several Stadiums and at One Country Festival Are Confirmed

Taylor Swift has announced dates and cities for her 1989 World Tour which begins May 20 in Bossier City, Louisiana.

Vance Joy, whose hit “Riptide” was recently covered by Swift, will serve as the support act for all North American dates, and Shawn Mendes will join the tour for select performances.

Several stadium shows are planned in the U.S. and Canada before the tour heads to Australia in December 2015.

Although her tour is expected to emphasize music from her just-released 1989, which she describes as her very first “documented, official pop album,” she’ll be making a May 22 appearance at the 2015 Bayou Country Superfest, a multiday country music festival at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. A complete lineup will be announced Wednesday (Nov. 5) for the festival on the LSU campus.

Swift is also the first artist announced for British Summertime, a festival taking place June 27 at London’s Hyde Park. This year’s festival featured acts such as Arcade Fire, Black Sabbath, Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Tom Jones.

Swift’s stadium shows will include stops at Ford Field (Detroit), Heinz Field (Pittsburgh), Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia), MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, New Jersey), Nationals Park (Washington, D.C.), Soldier Field (Chicago), CenturyLink Field (Seattle) and Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, California). She’ll also perform two nights at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, near Boston.

Here’s a list of the confirmed tour dates:

May 20: Bossier City, Louisiana
May 22: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
May 30: Detroit

June 2: Louisville, Kentucky
June 3: Cleveland
June 6: Pittsburgh
June 8: Charlotte, North Carolina
June 9: Raleigh, North Carolina
June 13: Philadelphia
June 20: Cologne, Germany
June 21: Amsterdam, Netherlands
June 23: Glasgow, Scotland
June 24: Manchester, England
June 27: London

July 6: Ottawa, Ontario
July 7: Montreal, Quebec
July 11: East Rutherford, New Jersey
July 13: Washington, D.C.
July 18: Chicago
July 24-25: Foxborough, Massachusetts

Aug. 1: Vancouver, British Columbia
Aug. 4-5: Edmonton, Alberta
Aug. 8: Seattle
Aug. 15: Santa Clara, California
Aug. 17-18: Glendale, Arizona
Aug. 25-26: Los Angeles
Aug. 29: San Diego, California

Sept. 4: Salt Lake City
Sept. 5-6: Denver
Sept. 9: Fargo, North Dakota
Sept. 11-12: St. Paul, Minnesota
Sept. 16: Indianapolis
Sept. 17-18: Columbus, Ohio
Sept. 21-22: Kansas City, Missouri
Sept. 25-26: Nashville

Oct. 2-3: Toronto, Ontario
Oct. 8: Des Moines, Iowa
Oct. 9-10: Omaha, Nebraska
Oct. 13-14: St. Louis
Oct. 17: Dallas
Oct. 20: Lexington, Kentucky
Oct. 21: Greensboro, North Carolina
Oct. 24: Atlanta
Oct. 27: Miami
Oct. 31: Tampa, Florida