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Feb 14

Taylor Swift’s RED Tour Is Headed for Southeast Asia

Taylor Swift's RED Tour Is Headed for Southeast Asia

Taylor Swift photo courtesy of Erickson Public Relations.

Taylor Swift’s RED Tour is headed to Southeast Asia. In a response to fan demand, Taylor will perform in Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore in June. The RED Tour spent much of 2013 covering North America, Australia and New Zealand, and just this week, wrapped a run of sold out shows in London and Berlin.

The RED Tour is quite a production. It features two stages, elaborate costumes, dancers, numerous costume changes and changing sets. Taylor moves around the venue to give every audience member a great seat and a chance to see her up close and personal, playing electric guitar, banjo, piano and acoustic guitar. The set list includes Taylor’s biggest hits, songs from her Red album and fan favorites.

Last year, the North American leg of the RED Tour played to more than 1.36 million fans over 66 shows, including 13 stadium stops, in 47 cities in 29 states and 3 provinces spanning 6 months. The RED Tour also went Down Under for a stadium tour as well as arena dates in New Zealand, making Taylor the first solo female artist in twenty years to undertake a national stadium concert tour of Australia. The tour played six sold out shows in Europe in 2014.

Taylor Swift’s RED Tour Asia Tour Dates

DATE                    CITY                            VENUE
June 4                  Jakarta, Indonesia              MEIS (Mata Elang International Stadium)
June 6                  Manila, Philippines             Mall of Asia Arena
June 9                  Bangkok, Thailand               Impact Arena
June 11                 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  Stadium Putra Bukit Jalil
June 12                 Singapore                       Singapore Indoor Stadium

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Posted at 11:39 am, February 14, 2014 | Permalink

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