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Taylor Swift Biography

With her teenage girl diary lyrics and infectious country-pop hooks, Taylor Swift has single-handedly introduced the sounds of Nashville to a younger generation, becoming America’s National Sweetheart in the process. Born in Reading, Pennsylvania in 1989, she travelled to Broadway for acting lessons as a youngster, but after discovering the likes of Faith Hill and Shania Twain, opted to pursue a career in country music instead. Before she had even reached her teens, she’d opened for Charlie Daniels, performed “The Star Spangled Banner” at various sporting events and began writing her own songs. After moving to Tennessee with her family, she secured a deal with Big Machine Records aged just 15 and released her self-titled debut in 2006. Described as a cross between Patsy Cline and Britney Spears by Rolling Stone magazine, it reached No.5 on the Billboard charts, spawned two No.1 country singles, “Should’ve Said No” and “Our Song,” and a US Hot 100 crossover hit, “Teardrops On My Guitar.” Swift then opened for a number of more established acts including Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley, whilst in 2007, she became the youngest ever artist to be named the Nashville Songwriters Association Artist of the Year. In 2008, she released her first chart-topping album, Fearless, Taylor Swift tickets for a tour of the same name and the biggest-selling country single of all time, “Love Story.” Swift then received a plethora of honours including four Grammys, the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year and an MTV Video Music Award for “You Belong To Me,” where her acceptance speech was famously interrupted by Kanye West. Following collaborations with John Mayer, Colbie Caillat and Boys Like Girls, she made her big-screen debut in romantic comedy Valentine’s Day and wrote all twelve songs on her second US No.1, Speak Now, whilst over 1.6 million Taylor Swift tickets were sold for its subsequent 13-month, 111-date world tour. In 2012, she contributed two songs to The Hunger Games soundtrack, duetted with B.o.B on Top 20 single, “Both Of Us,” and scored her first US Hot 100 number one with “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Its parent album, Red, achieved the highest opening first-week sales for over a decade to debut at the top spot before Taylor Swift tickets went on sale for a 60-date North America tour across 2013.

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Taylor Swift News

5-21-15: After performing at the Las Vegas installment of Rock In Rio last Friday, Taylor Swift officially kicked off the North American leg of her 1989 World Tour at CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana last night. She next heads to LSU Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge tomorrow night. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Taylor Swift tickets is $133.30 and get-in price starts at $56 on the secondary market. The pop singer will run across the U.S. and Canada through October 31, ultimately wrapping at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. 68 dates remain

5-6-15: Taylor Swift will play her secondary consecutive show at the Tokyo Dome in Japan tonight. The pop singer will then return stateside for a performance at Rock in Rio Las Vegas on May 15, where tickets average at $487.57 and get-in price starts at $152. Ed Sheeran, No Doubt, Metallica and Bruno Mars are among the dozens of artists slated to perform at City of Rock next week.

5-4-15: In two weeks, Taylor Swift will begin her North American leg of the 1989 World Tour at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana. The singer currently sees tickets on the secondary market average at $454.09 and get-in price start at $207 for the May 20 show. She’ll then play Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on May 22, where tickets average at $184.48 and get-in price is $60.

4-30-15: Taylor Swift makes her first North American tour stop at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana on May 20. That show currently sees a secondary ticket average of $443.39 and $205 get-in price. She then heads to Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on May 22, bringing with her a $187.67 average price and $60 low price.

4-28-15: Taylor Swift is just one week away from kicking off her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. She’ll play two consecutive shows there before heading back to the U.S. for a performance at Rock in Rio USA in Las Vegas on May 15.

4-24-15: 11 days remain before Taylor Swift begins her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. She’ll kick off her North American leg on May 22 at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana and will tour across the continent through the end of October.

4-22-15: Just a month away from beginning the North American leg of the 1989 World Tour, Taylor Swift continues to see ticket prices average above $300 on the resale market. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for Taylor Swift tickets is now $315.61, making her the second top-priced tour of 2015 behind Madonna’s Rebel Heart World Tour.

4-20-15: Taylor Swift will begin her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on May 5. The pop singer will return stateside for a show on May 15 at Rock in Rio in Las Vegas. The North American leg of her tour officially begins at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana on May 20.

4-16-15: The North American leg of the 1989 World Tour will begin on May 20 at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana. It continues through the U.S. and Canada until October 31, ultimately ending at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

4-14-15: Taylor Swift is less than a month away from beginning her 1989 World Tour in Tokyo. The pop singer will return stateside at the end of May to begin a North American leg, which will run through October.

4-8-15:Less than a month remains before Taylor Swift begins her massive 1989 World Tour in Tokyo. The pop singer will head to North America in late May, playing U.S. and Canadian dates through the end of October.

4-6-15: The 1989 World Tour is less than one month away from beginning in Tokyo. Taylor Swift will play two shows at the Tokyo Dome on May 5 and 6 before heading Las Vegas to play this year’s Rock In Rio Festival on May 15. The North American leg officially begins on May 20 at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana.

4-2-15: Less than five weeks remain before Taylor Swift begins her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on May 5. She’ll play two shows there before heading to Rock in Rio USA in Las Vegas on May 15. The North American leg of tour officially begins on May 20 at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana.

3-31-15: Taylor Swift took home Artist of the Year at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards. The pop singer is set to begin her massive 1989 World Tour later this spring and will invade the U.S. and Canada in late May.

3-27-15: Taylor Swift will appear at this year’s iHeartRadio Awards in Los Angeles, which will be held at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday. Her highly anticipated 1989 World Tour begins on May 5 at the Tokyo Dome in Japan and is slated to hit North America from May to October. Dates are scheduled through December, with an Australian leg kicking off in November.

3-23-15: Taylor Swift continues to prove why she’s the savviest pop star in the business. Over the weekend, the “Blank Space” singer bought up several Top-Level Domains involving her name with adult themes, including TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult. Such a move allows Swift to officially own those domains before they go up for sale on June 1.

3-20-15: Nine days separate Taylor Swift from appearing at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles. The pop singer is up for four awards, including Artist of the Year and Song of the Year for “Shake It Off”. Her North American leg of the 1989 World Tour begins in late-May and travels across the U.S. and Canada through October 31, when it concludes at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

3-18-15: Taylor Swift will appear at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards, which will be held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles next Sunday. The 1989 World Tour will make its way to North America in late-May with its first show slated to be played at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana on May 20.

3-16-15: Taylor Swift will appear at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards, which will take place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on March 29. Swift is nominated for four awards, including Artist of the Year, Song of the Year for “Shake It Off”, Best Lyrics for “Blank Space” and Best Fan Army for “Swifties

3-4-15: Taylor Swift granted a terminally ill cancer patient’s final wish on Tuesday when she Facetimed Jalene Salinas, a four-year-old San Antonio native suffering from brain cancer. Swift will begin her 1989 World Tour in Tokyo this May and makes her way to North America beginning May 22 at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

3-2-15: Just over nine weeks remain before Taylor Swift begins her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. The singer will play two consecutive shows there before traveling to Las Vegas to play this year’ Rock in Rio festival on May 15. The North American leg of the 1989 World Tour begins on May 20 at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana.

2-27-15: Less than three months remain before Taylor Swift begins her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. The North American leg of the tour begins on May 22 at Tiger Stadium in Louisiana and will run through the U.S. and Canada until October 31, when it wraps at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

2-25-15: After the massive success of her single “Welcome to New York”, Taylor Swift reportedly donated $50,000 to the New York Department of Education on Tuesday. The singer’s 1989 World Tour will hit the New York Metro Area for two dates at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey this July.

2-23-15: Taylor Swift will begin the 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on May 5. The first North American leg will kick off at LSU Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on May 22. It concludes at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on October 31.

2-20-15: Taylor Swift is scheduled to perform at this year’s Brit Awards at the O2 Arena in London next Wednesday. Her 1989 World Tour kicks off at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on May 5 and will hit North America later that month.

2-18-15: Taylor Swift is scheduled to perform at this year’s Brit Awards at the O2 in London next Wednesday. The singer appeared on The Tonight Show last night, performing a jumbotron skit imitating New York sports fans with host Jimmy Fallon.

2-13-15: The North American leg of the 1989 World Tour will kick off at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana on May 20. The tour will run its first North American leg through June 13, when it wraps at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

2-11-15: Taylor Swift will perform at this year’s Brit Awards in London, which will be held at the O2 Arena on February 25. The singer will begin her 1989 World Tour in Tokyo in May, playing two dates at the Tokyo Dome on May 5 and 6.

2-9-15: Taylor Swift had a noticeable presence at last night’s Grammy Awards despite her option to pull out of a performance. The singer was kept separated from ongoing enemy Katy Perry and former flame John Mayer while also posing for pictures with Kanye West, who made headlines six years ago after stealing Swift’s award for Best Music Video and praising Beyonce.

2-5-15: Though slated to perform, Taylor Swift has announced that she will not play at this year’s Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Sunday. The singer is still scheduled to play the BRIT Awards at London’s O2 Arena on February 28. The 1989 World Tour begins at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on May 5.

2-4-15: The North American leg of Taylor Swift’s 1989 Tour begins on Wednesday, May 20 at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana. The leg will run through June 13 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia before heading to Denmark for two shows at the Lanxess Arena on June 19 and 20.

2-3-15: Taylor Swift has announced that HAIM will be the opening act on her upcoming 1989 World Tour, which is set to begin in May. Prior to the start of her massive World Tour, however, Swift is slated to perform at this year’s Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles this Sunday. She’ll then head to London to perform at the 2015 Brit Awards at the O2 Arena on February 25.

2-2-15:Taylor Swift made a big announcement for her 1989 World Tour over the weekend. While Vance Joy was already scheduled to be the opening act across the tour, Swift announce that Haim would also be an opener for select dates. Swift and the girls of Haim are good friends and they have popped up in Instagram and Twitter pictures together over the past week.

Haim will join Swift for eight dates on the tour in some of the biggest cities. There will be four dates in July, two in August and two in September.

The current average price across the whole 1989 World Tour is $275.37, while the average price for the dates with Haim is $308.68. The dates with Haim are:

  • July 10 at MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • July 13 at Nationals Park - Washington D.C.
  • July 18 at Soldier Field - Chicago, Illinois
  • July 24 at Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Massachusetts
  • August 21 at Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
  • August 24 at Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
  • September 25 at Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, Tennessee
  • September 28 at Scottrade Center - St. Louis, Missouri

    Only the concert at the Scottrade Center does not have additional dates at the venue. However, Haim will only be performing at the scheduled dates at those venues.

    1-16-15: Taylor Swift will begin the first North American leg of her 1989 World Tour at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana on May 20. The “Blank Space” singer will tour the U.S. and Canada exclusively through October, where she wraps at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on October 31.

    1-14-15: 25 days remain before Taylor Swift is scheduled to perform at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on February 8. She’ll then play the 2015 Brit Awards at the O2 Arena in London on February 25.

    1-12-15: Taylor Swift will perform at this year’s Grammy Awards, which will be held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 8. The 25-year-old pop superstar will play her first show of the New Year in L.A. and will serve as a warmup to her 1989 World Tour that begins in May. The singer is slated to hit North America starting May 20 and will perform across the U.S. and Canada through the end of October.

    1-9-15: Taylor Swift won three People’s Choice Awards Wednesday night, taking home awards for Best Female Artist, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Song for “Shake It Off”. The victories come just four months prior to Swift’s mega 1989 World Tour, which is slated to hit North America in mid-May and run through the end of October.

    1-7-15: After denying rumors about dating Bradley Cooper, Taylor Swift has also received positive news from country star Eric Church, who recently took to the press to announce his affection for the 25-year-old’s latest release, 1989. Swift is slated to begin her 1989 World Tour in May with two dates at the Tokyo Dome in Japan.

    1-5-15: Following a performance in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, Taylor Swift will take the month of January off before heading to the 2015 Brit Awards at the O2 Arena in London on February 25. She’ll begin her 1989 World Tour at the Tokyo Dome on May 5.

    12-24-14: USA TODAY has named Taylor Swift 2014’s Artist of the Year. The world’s biggest pop star continues her onslaught on the music industry in the weeks following her latest release, 1989. She is slated to begin her 1989 World Tour in May and will likely dominate the secondary ticket market in sales in 2015. Her most recent RED Tour grossed more than $150 million.

    12-22-14: Taylor Swift has let her fans and the media know of the outpouring of support she received from celebrities in the wake of pulling her music from Spotify last month. The country-turned-pop star will embark on the North American leg of her upcoming 1989 World Tour on May 20 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, beginning a six-month stint across the U.S. and Canada.

    12-19-14: Taylor Swift appears on the cover of Hollywood Reporter’s “Rule Breakers 2014” issue dressed in a blue gown in a rabid pose, pulling her hair and screaming at the camera. The magazine shoot is just another huge publicity step for Swift, who has had a milestone year in the wake of releasing her latest album 1989. The record sold more than 1.2 million copies in its first week, surpassing Eminem’s 2002 release The Eminem Show as highest first week of album sales ever.

    12-17-14: Just days after throwing an elaborate birthday bash to celebrate her 25th year, Taylor Swift will now ready to perform a New Year’s Eve concert in Times Square in conjunction with Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, which has been hosted by Ryan Seacrest since 2006. Swift embarks on her 1989 World Tour in May with three dates scheduled in Tokyo.

    12-16-14: Taylor Swift will take some time off before her next show, which is scheduled for New Year’s Eve in Times Square as part of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest. She’ll embark on her 1989 World Tour in May, making two stops in Tokyo before hitting the states later in the month.

    12-12-14: Taylor Swift will play Z100 and KROQ’s Jingle Ball concert at New York City’s Madison Square Garden tonight. The singer will then play the grand opening of the Taylor Swift Experience at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on Saturday. Her 1989 World Tour will begin in May, with dates currently scheduled across the world through next December.

    12-10-14: Taylor Swift will play her next show at Z100’s Jingle Ball concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Friday. The singer is scheduled to embark on her 1989 World Tour in May, beginning with three dates in Tokyo and traveling to North America for a six-month stint across the continent.

    12-8-14: Taylor Swift will appear at Z100’s Jingle Ball concert at Madison Square Garden this Friday. The singer is scheduled to embark on her massive 1989 World Tour in May, starting in Japan and making her way to North American arenas and stadiums later that month.

    12-5-14: Taylor Swift will perform at KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball concert tonight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The singer will then travel across the pond for a show at the O2 Arena in London on Sunday in conjunction with the London Jingle Ball concert, where she will perform alongside Ed Sheeran.

    12-1-14: The 1989 World Tour will begin next May in Tokyo, Japan. Taylor Swift has enjoyed substantial success in the weeks following her latest album release, 1989. The singer will embark on a six-month excursion across the globe beginning in May and has announced dates through next October.

    11-26-14: Taylor Swift will play her next show at the Staples Center for the L.A. Jingle Ball on December 5. The pop singer will play a string of dates through December, wrapping with Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve on December 31, before beginning her 1989 World Tour in May of next year.

    11-24-14: Taylor Swift performed her hit single “Blank Space” at the AMAs last night while also collecting the Dick Clark Award for Excellence, which is given to an artist who accomplishes historic feats in their career. Swift has made the record books for three consecutive albums that have sold more than one million copies worldwide, with “Speak Now”, “Red” and her latest “1989” all surpassing that number.

    11-7-14: Earlier this week, Taylor Swift and her management pulled all of the singer’s songs from the popular streaming service Spotify. While it hasn’t been officially stated, the move was likely made to increase album sales for Swift’s latest record, 1989, which was released last week. Swift is set to embark on a massive world tour in support of the album and will hit the road in May of next year.

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Taylor Swift Ticket Price History

Average Tour Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
Speak Now World Tour (2011-12) $177.42
The Red Tour (2013-14) $177.06
1989 Tour (2015) $265.70

Five Most Expensive Shows on 1989 Tour

Date Venue Avg Price
8/15/2015 @ Leviís Stadium $660.56
6/24/2015 @Phones4u Arena $436.75
7/10/2015 @ MetLife Stadium $417.58
6/02/2015 @KFC Yum! Center $416.10
10/20/2015 @Rupp Arena $408.14

Five Most Expensive Shows Since 2010

Date Venue Avg Price
8/15/2015 @ Leviís Stadium $660.56
11/22/2011 @ Madison Square Garden $539.34
11/21/2011 @ Madison Square Garden $461.97
6/24/2015 @Phones4u Arena $436.75
7/10/2015 @ MetLife Stadium $417.58

Five Least Expensive Shows on 1989 Tour

Date Venue Avg Price
5/22/2015 @ Tiger Stadium $139.74
7/19/2015 @ Soldier Field Stadium $209.76
8/08/2015 @ CenturyLink Field $213.80
6/06/2015 @ Heinz Field $215.59
10/02/2015 @ Rogers Centre $216.57

Taylor Swift Discography

Studio Albums

Taylor Swift (2006)
Fearless (2008)
Speak Now (2010)
Red (2012)
1989 (2014)

Taylor Swift Tour Dates

1989 World Tour Dates

5/20/2015 - Bossier City, La. at CenturyLink Center
5/22/2015 - Baton Rouge, La. at LSU Tiger Stadium
5/30/2015 - Detroit, Mich. at Ford Field
6/2/2015 - Louisville, Ky. at KFC Yum! Center
6/3/2015 - Cleveland, Ohio at Quicken Loans Arena
6/6/2015 - Pittsburgh, Pa. at Heinz Field
6/8/2015 - Charlotte, N.C. at Time Warner Cable Arena
6/9/2015 - Raleigh, N.C. at PNC Arena
6/13/2015 - Philadelphia, Pa. at Lincoln Financial Field
6/20/2015 - Cologne, Germany at Lanxess Arena
6/21/2015 - Amsterdam, Netherlands at Ziggo Dome
6/23/2015 - Glasgow, Scotland at The SSE Hydro
6/24/2015 - Manchester, England at Arena
6/27/2015 - London, England at British Summertime Hyde Park
7/6/2015 - Ottawa, Ontario at Canadian Tire Centre
7/7/2015 - Montreal, Quebec at Bell Centre
7/11/2015 - East Rutherford, N.J. at MetLife Stadium
7/13/2015 - Washington, D.C. at Nationals Park
7/18/2015 - Chicago, Ill. at Soldier Field
7/24 & 25/2015 - Foxborough, Mass. at Gillette Stadium
8/1/2015 - Vancouver, B.C. at BC Place Stadium
8/4 & 5/2015 - Edmonton, Alberta at Rexall Place
8/8/2015 - Seattle, Wash. at CenturyLink Field
8/15/2015 - Santa Clara, Calif. at Levi’s Stadium
8/17 & 18/2015 - Glendale, Ariz. at Gila River Arena
8/25 & 26/2015 - Los Angeles, Calif. at Staples Center
8/29/2015 - San Diego, Calif. at PETCO Park
9/4/2015 - Salt Lake City, Utah at EnergySolutions Arena
9/5 & 6/2015 - Denver, Colo. at Pepsi Center
9/9/2015 - Fargo, N.D. at Fargodome
9/11 & 12/2015 - St. Paul, Minn. at Xcel Energy Center
9/16/2015 - Indianapolis, Ind. at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
9/17 & 18/2015 - Columbus, Ohio at Nationwide Arena
9/21 & 22/2015 - Kansas City, Mo. at Sprint Center
9/25 & 26/2015 - Nashville, Tenn. at Bridgestone Arena
10/2 & 3/2015 - Toronto, Ontario at Rogers Centre
10/8/2015 - Des Moines, Iowa at Wells Fargo Arena
10/9/2015 - Omaha, Neb. at CenturyLink Center
10/10/2015 - Omaha, Neb. at CenturyLink Center
10/13 & 14/2015 - St. Louis, Mo. at Scottrade Center
10/17/2015 - Dallas, Texas at AT&T Stadium
10/20/2015 - Lexington, Ky. at Rupp Arena
10/21/2015 Greensboro, N.C. at Greensboro Coliseum Complex
10/24/2015 - Atlanta, Ga. at Georgia Dome
10/27/2015 - Miami, Fla. at American Airlines Arena
10/31/2015 - Tampa, Fla. at Raymond James Stadium

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