Swift adds LA, Boston tour dates
Monday, December 6, 2010
– Taylor Swift is adding shows to her tour due to fast sell outs.
The first tickets for Taylor Swift's Speak Now 2011 North American tour went on sale late last week, and all tickets for the first 10 shows put on sale sold out within minutes.
Shows included Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., which went clean in five minutes, and two shows at Los Angeles' Staples Center, which sold out within two minutes.
As a result, Swift added shows at both venues. She will play June 26 in Foxborough and Aug. 27-28 in Los Angeles.
Tickets for the new Los Angeles shows will go on sale on Friday, Dec. 10, and tickets for the added Foxborough show will be available on Saturday, Dec. 11.
Swift is slated to play 90 shows in 19 countries in 4 continents starting Feb. 9 in Singapore. Needtobreathe is the featured artist for the North American leg of the tour.
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