A couple weeks after announcing new 2010 concert plans for her high-demand Fearless Tour, country-pop phenomenon Taylor Swift has begun unveiling venues and onsale information for the extended trek.
The spring 2010 tour launches March 4 at St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, FL, and concludes June 2 at Verizon Center in Washington, DC. Only a handful of cities are still awaiting venue confirmation, including stops on April 15-16 in Los Angeles, CA, and March 21-22 in Toronto, ON.
The first public onsales will begin in 10 cities this Friday, October 23, preceded by fan club presales that are currently open. Onsales include the two-night stands on March 18-19 at Wachovia Arena in Philadelphia, PA; March 26-27 at The Palace in Auburn Hills, MI; May 12-13 at Prudential Center in Newark, NJ; May 14-15 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, NY; and May 25-26 at Toyota Center in Houston, TX.
Much like Swift’s 2009 tour, select cities on the upcoming trek will offer a limited number of tickets for as little as $25. While prices for the remainder of tickets vary from market to market, all face values for the upcoming sales have been set under $75, according to Ticketmaster’s event listings.
More details about the upcoming onsale dates and time can be found on Swift’s official Web site.
The pairing of low ticket prices and Swift’s ever-rising star could make the 2010 another fast sell-out. Demand was high for the country starlet’s extensive 2009 Fearless Tour leg, earning Swift weekly slots on TicketNews’ exclusive Top Events rankings for much of the season.
The onsales closely follow the news that Swift leads this year’s American Music Awards with six nominations for Artist of the Year, Favorite Female Pop and Country Artist, Favorite Pop and Country Album (“Fearless”) and Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist.
Taylor Swift itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|March 4||Tampa, FL||St. Pete Times Forum|
|March 5||Orlando, FL||TBA|
|March 7||Sunrise, FL||BankAtlantic Center|
|March 10||Austin, TX||Frank Erwin Center|
|March 11||Dallas, TX||American Airlines Center|
|March 12||Corpus Christi, TX||American Bank Center Arena|
|March 18 – 19||Philadelphia, PA||Wachovia Arena|
|March 20||Charlottesville, VA||John Paul Jones Arena|
|March 26 – 27||Auburn Hills, MI||The Palace of Auburn Hills|
|March 28||Cincinnati, OH||TBA|
|March 31||Oklahoma City, OK||Ford Center|
|April 1||Wichita, KS||INTRUST Bank Arena|
|April 2||Kansas City, MO||Sprint Center|
|April 6 – 7||Denver, CO||Pepsi Center|
|April 10||Fresno, CA||Save Mart Center|
|April 11||San Jose, CA||HP Pavilion at San Jose|
|April 15 – 16||Los Angeles, CA||TBA|
|April 29||Lexington, KY||Rupp Arena|
|April 30||Columbia, SC||Colonial Life Arena|
|May 1||Raleigh, NC||RBC Center|
|May 6||Des Moines, IA||Wells Fargo Arena|
|May 7||Saint Paul, MN||Xcel Energy Center|
|May 8||Moline, IL||i Wireless Center|
|May 12 – 13||Newark, NJ||Prudential Center|
|May 14 – 15||Uniondale, NY||Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum|
|May 20||Ottawa, ON||TBA|
|May 21 – 22||Toronto, ON||TBA|
|May 25 – 26||Houston, TX||Toyota Center|
|June 2||Washington, DC||Verizon Center|