Taylor Swift tour will include June 6 stop at Heinz Field
Taylor Swift already has the hottest album in the country, with her new “1989” projected to have sold more than a million copies last week.
Next year, she’ll have one of the hottest tours, which includes at stop June 6, 2015 at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field.
Swift will launch the 1989 World Tour on May 20 in Bossier City, La. The tour will play arenas and stadiums in five countries before ending with a Halloween show at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.
Swift announced the tour Nov. 3 on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy — whose hit “Riptide” Swift recently covered for a BBC radio show — will open the North American dates. Shawn Mendes will join the stadium shows.
Swift will play two shows in several cities, including Foxborough, Mass., where she has a pair of July concerts slated for Gillettte Stadium. She’ll play stadiums in several other cities, including Baton Rouge, where she’ll be a Bayou Country Superfest headliner. She’ll also have stadium shows in Detroit; Philadelphia; East Rutherford, N.J.; Washington, D.C.; Seattle; Santa Clara, Calif.; San Diego; Dallas and Atlanta.
Australian and Asian concert dates will be revealed later.
The first tickets will go on sale to the general public Nov. 14, with TaylorSwift.com members and American Express Card members having access to tickets Nov. 7.