Taylor Swift And Ed Sheeran Are Bringing Red To A City Near You Next March

by (@zaragolden)

Like dropping a cherry on top of her whirlwind release week, Taylor Swift visited Katie Couric at ABC News on Friday night to announce that she is taking her record breaking new album Red out on tour. The tour will kick-off on March 13 (13 being Taylor’s lucky number) in Omaha, Nebraska, and will hit 45 North American cities for a total of 58 shows. And then — good news to great news! — she announced that she’ll be taking VH1 You Oughta Know‘s Ed Sheeran with her.

“Happy to announce that I am special guest on @taylorswift13’s tour of North America next year, cannot wait,” tweeted Ed after the good news broke. The young singer-song writer from England puts on a truly impressive show, and gets along famously with Taylor. If they can make a casual kitchen floor duet sound this good, can you imagine what will happen when they bring their Red duet “Everything Has Changed” to a big stage? We suspect you won’t want to miss it.

Tickets go on sale November 16th, will you be there?

Taylor Swift Red Tour 2013

March 13 and 14: Omaha, NE
March 18 and 19: St. Louis, MO
March 22: Charlotte, NC
March 23: Columbia, SC
March 27, 28 and 29: Newark, NJ
April 10: Miami, FL
April 11 and 12: Orlando, FL
April 18 and 19: Atlanta, GA
April 20: Tampa, FL
April 25: Cleveland, OH
April 26: Indianapolis, IN
April 27: Lexington, KY
May 4: Detroit
May 7: Louisville, Ky.
May 8: Columbus, OH
May 11 and 12: Washington, D.C.
May 16: Houston, TX
May 21: Austin, TX
May 22: San Antonio, TX
May 25: Dallas, TX
May 28 and 29: Glendale, AZ
June 1: Salt Lake City, UT
June 2: Denver, CO
June 15: Toronto, Ontario
June 22: Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 29: Vancouver, B.C.
July 6: Pittsburgh, PA
July 20: Philadelphia, PA
July 27: Foxborough, MA
Aug. 1: Des Moines, IA
Aug. 2 and 3: Kansas City, MO
Aug. 6: Wichita, KS
Aug. 7: Tulsa, OK
Aug. 10: Chicago, IL
Aug. 15: San Diego, CA
Aug. 19 and 20: Los Angeles, CA
Aug. 27: Sacramento, CA
Aug. 30: Portland, OR
Aug. 31: Tacoma, WA
Sept. 6: Fargo, ND
Sept. 7 and 8: St. Paul, MN
Sept. 12: Greensboro, NC
Sept. 13: Raleigh, NC
Sept. 14: Charlottesville, VA
Sept. 19, 20 and 21: Nashville, TN

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