Taylor Swift Announces Philly Stop on Her 1989 Tour World Tour


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Reading, Pennsylvania pop princess Taylor Swift is bringing her seven-time Grammy-winning self to Lincoln Financial Field next year as part of her 1989 World Tour. The tour is in support of her newest—and surprisingly fantastic—new album, 1989, which was released last week. (Our review here.)

The announcement comes just a week after One Direction announced they’ll be returning to The Linc next summer. Like them, Swift has performed in front of multiple sold-out audiences there. This time she will be joined by Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy and up-and-coming Canadian teen pop star Shawn Mendes.

Tickets for Swift’s romp at The Linc go on sale to the general public on Friday, November 21st and 10am. They can be purchased here or by calling 800-745-3000. If you happen to have an American Express card, you’ll be able to get your tickets a week early, on Friday, November 14th and 10am.

Check out the rest of her tour dates, which will take her through eight countries and four continents, below:

May 20

Bossier City, LA

CenturyLink Center

May 22

Baton Rouge, LA

LSU Tiger Stadium

May 30

Detroit, MI

Ford Field

June 2

Louisville, KY

KFC Yum! Center

June 3

Cleveland, OH

Quicken Loans Arena

June 6

Pittsburgh, PA

Heinz Field

June 8

Charlotte, NC

Time Warner Cable Arena

June 9

Raleigh, NC

PNC Arena

June 13

Philadelphia, PA

Lincoln Financial Field

June 20

Cologne, Germany

Lanxess Arena

June 21

Amsterdam, Holland

Ziggo Dome

June 23

Glasgow, UK

The SSE Hydro

June 24

Manchester, UK

Arena

June 27

London, UK

British Summertime Hyde Park

July 6

Ottawa, ON

Canadian Tire Centre

July 7

Montreal, QC

Bell Centre

July 11

East Rutherford, NJ

MetLife Stadium

July 13

Washington, DC

Nationals Park

July 18

Chicago, IL

Soldier Field

July 24

Foxborough, MA

Gillette Stadium

July 25

Foxborough, MA

Gillette Stadium

August 1

Vancouver, BC

BC Place Stadium

August 4

Edmonton, AB

Rexall Place

August 5

Edmonton, AB

Rexall Place

August 8

Seattle, WA

CenturyLink Field

August 15

Santa Clara, CA

Levi’s Stadium

August 17

Glendale, AZ

Gila River Arena

August 18

Glendale, AZ

Gila River Arena

August 25

Los Angeles, CA

Staples Center

August 26

Los Angeles, CA

Staples Center

August 29

San Diego, CA

PETCO Park

September 4

Salt Lake City, UT

EnergySolutions Arena

September 5

Denver, CO

Pepsi Center

September 6

Denver, CO

Pepsi Center

September 9

Fargo, ND

Fargodome

September 11

St. Paul, MN

Xcel Energy Center

September 12

St. Paul, MN

Xcel Energy Center

September 16

Indianapolis, IN

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

September 17

Columbus, OH

Nationwide Arena

September 18

Columbus, OH

Nationwide Arena

September 21

Kansas City, MO

Sprint Center

September 22

Kansas City, MO

Sprint Center

September 25

Nashville, TN

Bridgestone Arena

September 26

Nashville, TN

Bridgestone Arena

October 2

Toronto, ON

Rogers Centre

October 3

Toronto, ON

Rogers Centre

October 8

Des Moines, IA

Wells Fargo Arena

October 9

Omaha, NE

CenturyLink Center

October 10

Omaha, NE

CenturyLink Center

October 13

St. Louis, MO

Scottrade Center

October 14

St. Louis, MO

Scottrade Center

October 17

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

October 20

Lexington, KY

Rupp Arena

October 21

Greensboro, NC

Greensboro Coliseum Complex

October 24

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Dome

October 27

Miami, FL

AmericanAirlines Arena

October 31

Tampa, FL

Raymond James Stadium