Taylor Swift to Perform in Chicago this Summer
This teen queen has established herself as a fearless diva in the music and entertainment industry, and she's coming to a city near you! Taylor Swift started her "Speak Now" tour last weekend in Norway and will be hitting the Allstate Arena August 9-10 2011. Frankie Ballard, Danny Gokey, Hunter Hayes, Josh Kelley, Randy Montana, James Wesley and Charlie Worsham will each play select dates on the tour as opening acts. This is bound to be a show that young fans and adults can enjoy together. I'm not an avid Tay fan by any means, but I heard her concerts were pretty fun and entertaining. The Tour The Speak Now Tour will feature some of her classic songs from her past albums which are the self-titled, Taylor Swift, which debuted in 2006, and Fearless, released in 2008. Her 2009 Fearless Tour wowed audiences and featured a theatrical presentation of graphics, sets and visual elements all designed by Swift herself. Taylor also played the guitar and piano herself, which is seemingly unlikely for musical acts on tour these days. I say don't miss out on this iconic star as she hits the Allstate Arena this Summer!
Speak Now World Tour 2011 DatesMarch 19: Madrid, Spain March 22: Birmingham, UK March 25: Belfast, Northern Ireland March 27: Dublin, Ireland March 29: Manchester, UK March 30: London, UK May 27 & 28: Omaha, Nebraska May 29: Des Moines, Iowa June 2 & 3: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida June 4: Orlando, Florida June 7: Columbus, Ohio June 8: Milwaukee, Wisconsin June 11: Detroit, Michigan June 14 & 15: St. Paul, Minnesota June 18: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June 21: Buffalo, New York June 22: Hartford, Connecticut June 25: Foxborough, Massachusetts June 30: Greensboro, North Carolina July 1: Knoxville, Tennessee July 2: Louisville, Kentucky July 8: Charlotte, North Carolina July 9 & 10: Atlanta, Georgia July 14: Montreal, Quebec July 15 & 16: Toronto, Ontario July 19 & 20: New York, New York July 28: Grand Rapids, Michigan July 29: Indianapolis, Indiana July 30: Cleveland, Ohio August 2 & 3: Washington, DC August 6: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania August 9 & 10: Chicago, Illinois August 13: Lexington, Kentucky August 14: St. Louis, Missouri August 18 & 19: Edmonton, Alberta August 23 & 24: Los Angeles, California September 1 & 2: San Jose, California September 3: Sacramento, California September 6: Portland, Oregon September 7: Seattle, Washington September 10 & 11: Vancouver, British Columbia September 16 & 17: Nashville, Tennessee September 21: Tulsa, Oklahoma September 24: Kansas City, Missouri September 27: Denver, Colorado September 28: Salt Lake City, Utah October 4: Little Rock, Arkansas October 5: New Orleans, Louisiana October 8: Dallas, Texas
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