Taylor Swift world tour announced: Will she hit a city near you?

taylor-swift-ama2010-450.jpg Taylor Swift's passport will soon be filled with a stamps.

The 20-year-old who'll appear in her own Thanksgiving special "Speak Now" and just wowed the American Music Awards with her more mature straight 'do, will kick off her world tour on Feb. 9 in Singapore.

Over the course of nine months, Swift will hit 19 countries and headline 87 stadium and arena shows.

"I'm so excited to go back out on tour again in 2011," says Swift. "The 'Fearless' Tour was so much fun and even more unforgettable than I ever imagined, and I can't wait to get back out and play my new music from 'Speak Now.' The fans have been so amazing, and I'm thrilled to play in new cities around the world and meet even more of my fans in 2011."

The tour dates and cities:
    
February 9     Singapore    
February 11     Seoul, South Korea    
February 13     Osaka, Japan    
February 16 & 17     Tokyo, Japan    
February 19     Manila, Philippines    
February 21     Hong Kong    
March 6     Brussels, Belgium    
March 7     Rotterdam, Holland    
March 9     Oslo, Norway    
March 12     Oberhausen, Germany    
March 15     Milan, Italy    
March 17     Paris, France    
March 19     Madrid, Spain    
March 22     Birmingham, UK    
March 25     Belfast, Northern Ireland    
March 27     Dublin, Ireland    
March 29     Manchester, UK    
March 30     London, UK    
May 27 & 28     Omaha, Nebraska    
May 29     Des Moines, Iowa    
June 2 & 3     Ft. Lauderdale, Florida    
June 4     Orlando, Florida    
June 7     Columbus, Ohio    
June 8     Milwaukee, Wisconsin    
June 11     Detroit, Michigan    
June 14 & 15     St. Paul, Minnesota    
June 18     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania    
June 21     Buffalo, New York    
June 22     Hartford, Connecticut    
June 25     Foxborough, Massachusetts    
June 30     Greensboro, North Carolina    
July 1     Knoxville, Tennessee    
July 2     Louisville, Kentucky    
July 8     Charlotte, North Carolina    
July 9 & 10     Atlanta, Georgia    
July 14     Montreal, Quebec    
July 15 & 16     Toronto, Ontario    
July 19 & 20     New York, New York    
July 28     Grand Rapids, Michigan    
July 29     Indianapolis, Indiana    
July 30     Cleveland, Ohio    
August 2 & 3     Washington, DC    
August 6     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania    
August 9 & 10     Chicago, Illinois    
August 13     Lexington, Kentucky    
August 14     St. Louis, Missouri    
August 18 & 19     Edmonton, Alberta    
August 23 & 24     Los Angeles, California    
September 1 & 2     San Jose, California    
September 3     Sacramento, California    
September 6     Portland, Oregon    
September 7     Seattle, Washington    
September 10 & 11     Vancouver, British Columbia    
September 16 & 17     Nashville, Tennessee    
September 21     Tulsa, Oklahoma    
September 24     Kansas City, Missouri    
September 27     Denver, Colorado    
September 28     Salt Lake City, Utah    
October 4     Little Rock, Arkansas    
October 5     New Orleans, Louisiana    
October 8     Dallas, Texas 

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