Taylor Swift Adds Toronto, Boston, LA Shows After Instant Sell Outs
Taylor Swift has added additional Toronto, Boston and Los Angeles shows to her already extensive tour as the previously announced concert dates in those three cities sold out almost immediately after going on sale.
The first new show will be in Toronto on June 14, and new Foxborough, Massachusetts date will held be July 26. Foxborough is a suburb of Boston. Finally, two new Los Angeles shows are now scheduled for August 23 and 24, meaning the pop star will perform a total of four dates in the city during “The Red Tour.”
The tour itself will begin with a two-night stand in Omaha March 13-14, and will run through a three-night, hometown Nashville engagement September 19-21. Ed Sheeran has been announced as the special guest throughout the tour. The two co-wrote and performed the song “Everything Has Changed,” which appears on Swift’s new album Red, released last month.
When announcing the tour, Swift talked in a statement about how excited she was for the upcoming tour.
“I didn’t think I could be any more excited about my Red album, but then I started thinking about how I’m going to put the new show together for ‘The Red Tour,’” she said. “I have so many ideas about how to really bring this music to life, and I can’t wait to share the new show with all my fans.”
In other Swift news, she took home the American Music Award last night for Country female artist, and performed the Red song “I Knew You Were Trouble” during the ceremony. After the Los Angeles’ awards show, she reportedly went directly to a video shoot for the same song. There’s no word yet on when the video will be released, but it will be the third video from Red, following “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “Begin Again.”