Taylor Swift RED Concert Calendar US/Canada 2013, Set List

It took Taylor Swift 2 years to make her fourth album, "RED". Having written all songs on the album with some assist from artists such as Dan Wilson, Max Martin, Shellback, Liz Rose, Jacknife Lee and Ed Sheeran, "RED" includes songs of love, joy and heartache, themes that not only her die-hard teen base can be connected with, but also her older fans can find a connection with. She has this amazing fan base that has made her the success she is today.

Containing 16 songs, "RED" lead-single is "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" which has peaked at # 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Country Songs charts.

Taylor Swift has unveiled her North American Concert (US/Canada) Schedule (Calendar) 2013 in support of her latest album “RED”.

“RED” Tour dates:


March 13th and 14th – Omaha, CenturyLink Center Omaha

March 18th and 19th – St. Louis, Scottrade Center

March 22nd – Charlotte, Time Warner Cable Arena

March 23rd – Columbia, Colonial Life Arena

March 27th, 28th and 29th – Newark, Prudential Center

April 10th – Miami, American Airlines Arena

April 11th and 12th – Orlando, Amway Center

April 18th and 19 – Atlanta, Phillips Arena

April 20th –Tampa, Tampa Bay Times Forum

April 25th – Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena

April 26th – Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse

April 27th – Lexington, Rupp Arena

May 4th – Detroit, Ford Field

May 7th – Louisville, KFC Yum! Center

May 8th – Columbus, Nationwide Arena

May 11th and 12th – Washington, DC, Verizon Center

May 16th – Houston, Toyota Center

May 21st – Austin, Frank Erwin Center

May 22nd – San Antonio, AT&T Center

May 25th – Dallas, Cowboys Stadium

May 28th and 29th – Glendale, Jobing.com Arena

June 1st – Salt Lake City, EnergySolutions Arena

June 2nd – Denver, Pepsi Center


June 14th & 15th –Toronto, Rogers Centre

June 22nd –Winnipeg, Investors Group Field

June 25th &  June 26th Edmonton, Rexall Place

June 29th –Vancouver, BC Place Stadium


July 6th – Pittsburgh, Heinz Field

July 13th – East Rutherford, MetLife Stadium

July 19th and 20th –Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

July 26th & 27th – Foxborough, Gillette Stadium

August 1st –Des Moines, Wells Fargo Arena

August 2nd & 3rd – Kansas City, Sprint Center

August 6th – Wichita, Intrust Bank Arena

August 7th – Tulsa, BOK Center

August 10th – Chicago, Soldier Field

August 15th – San Diego, Valley View Casino Center

August 19th, 20th, 23rd & 24th  – Los Angeles, Staples Center

August 27th – Sacramento, Sleep Train Arena

August 30th – Portland, Rose Garden Arena

August 31st –Tacoma, Tacoma Dome

September 6th – Fargo, Fargodome

September 7th & 8th – St. Paul, Xcel Energy Center

September 12th – Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum

September 13th – Raleigh, PNC Arena

September 14th – Charlottesville, John Paul Jones Arena

September 19th, 20th and 21st – Nashville, Bridgestone Arena

The tour set list will include songs from her new album ‘RED’

Opening acts

Ed Sheeran
Austin Mahone (Detroit, Dallas, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Pittsburgh, East Rutherford, Philadelphia, Foxborough, Chicago)
Brett Eldredge (Omaha, St. Louis, Charlotte, Columbia, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Tampa, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Lexington, Detroit, Washington D.C., Houston)
Florida Georgia Line (Newark, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Des Moines, Kansas City)
Joel Crouse (Salt Lake City, Glendale, Denver, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Pittsburgh, East Rutherford, Philadelphia, Foxborough)
Casey James (Wichita, Tulsa, Chicago, San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland, Tacoma, Fargo, St. Paul, Greensboro, Raleigh, Charlottesville, Nashville)[4]

Set list

Ed Sheeran

1."Give Me Love"
3."Lego House"
4."The City"
5."You Need Me, I Don't Need You"
6."Thrift Shop" (Mackelmore cover)
7."The A Team"

Taylor Swift

1.State of Grace
2.Holy Ground
4.You Belong With Me
5.The Lucky One
7.Stay Stay Stay/Ho Hey
(The Lumineers cover)
(Moved to B-Stage)
10."Everything Has Changed" featuring Ed Sheeran"
11."Begin Again"
12."Sparks Fly"
13."I Knew You Were Trouble"
14."All Too Well"
15."Love Story"
17."We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"

17.We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

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