taylor swift red tour dates gi Taylor Swift sets 'Red' tour dates for 2013Love Taylor Swift‘s new album, “Red”? You’ll be able to see her perform the new songs live when she goes on a stadium and arena tour to promote the disc starting in March 2013.

Swift posted the dates on her website, saying in a press release,  “I didn’t think I could be any more excited about my ‘Red’ album, but then I start thinking about how I’m going to put the new show together for The ‘Red’ Tour. I have so many ideas about how to really bring this music to life, and I can’t wait to share the new show with all my fans!”

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The tour will run from March through September, starting in Omaha, Nebraska, ending in Swift’s hometown of Nashville, Tenn. and hitting most major U.S. cities in between. Tickets for some cities go on sale as soon as Nov. 16. Will Swift hit your city? Check out the tour dates, along with Swift’s official announcement, below:

March 13 & 14: Omaha, Nebraska
March 18 & 19: St. Louis, Missouri
March 22: Charlotte, North Carolina
March 23: Columbia, South Carolina
March 27 & 28 & 29: Newark, New Jersey
April 10: Miami, Florida

April 11 & 12: Orlando, Florida
April 18 & 19: Atlanta, Georgia
April 20: Tampa, Florida
April 25: Cleveland, Ohio
April 26: Indianapolis, Indiana
April 27: Lexington, Kentucky
May 4: Detroit, Michigan
May 7: Louisville, Kentucky
May 8: Columbus, Ohio
May 11 & 12: Washington, DC
May 16: Houston, Texas
May 21: Austin, Texas
May 22: San Antonio, Texas
May 25: Dallas, Texas
May 28 & 29: Glendale, Arizona
June 1: Salt Lake City, Utah
June 2: Denver, Colorado
June 15: Toronto, Ontario
June 22: Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 29: Vancouver, British Columbia
July 6: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 20: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 27: Foxborough, Massachusetts
August 1: Des Moines, Iowa
August 2 & 3: Kansas City, Missouri
August 6: Wichita, Kansas
August 7: Tulsa, Oklahoma
August 10: Chicago, Illinois
August 15: San Diego, California
August 19 & 20: Los Angeles, California
August 27: Sacramento, California
August 30: Portland, Oregon
August 31: Tacoma, Washington
September 6: Fargo, North Dakota
September 7 & 8: St. Paul, Minnesota
September 12: Greensboro, North Carolina
September 13: Raleigh, North Carolina
September 14: Charlottesville, Virginia
September 19, 20 & 21: Nashville, Tennessee