The Red Tour

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The Red Tour
Tour by Taylor Swift
Promotional poster for the tour
Location
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Oceania
Associated albumRed
Start dateMarch 13, 2013 (2013-03-13)
End dateJune 12, 2014 (2014-06-12)
No. of shows86
Supporting acts
Attendance1.7 million
Box office$150.2 million ($185.67 million in 2022 dollars)[1]
Taylor Swift concert chronology

The Red Tour was the third concert tour by the American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, launched in support of her fourth studio album, Red (2012). The tour started on March 13, 2013, at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska and concluded on June 12, 2014, at Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore. The tour was attended by 1.7 million people and grossed $150.2 million in revenue, becoming the highest-grossing country tour of all time upon its completion. The Red Tour received generally positive reviews from music critics. It won Top Package at the Billboard Touring Awards.

Background and development[edit]

Taylor with guitar
Taylor on the crane above the audience
Swift performing at the Red Tour

On October 25, 2012, in partnership with ABC News, on the primetime TV special All Access Nashville with Katie Couric – A Special Edition of 20/20, Swift announced that she would launch a North American stadium and arena tour in early 2013 in support of her fourth studio album, Red (2012).[2]

Swift told Billboard: "Of course, you know the tour will be a big representation of this record". She further stated, "I'm so excited to see what songs the fans like the most and which ones jump to the forefront, because that's the first step. We always see which songs are really the passionate songs and the ones the fans are freaking out over the most, and those are the ones that are definitely in the set list. I can't wait for that."[3]

Swift used Lenny Kravitz's version of "American Woman" as her entrance song.[4] She sang a cover of The Lumineers's "Ho Hey" nightly, intertwined with her own "Stay Stay Stay".[5]

On May 24, 2014, BEC-Tero, who had been acting as a promoter for the Bangkok stop of the show, announced that the show had been canceled due to the current political unrest in the area. Swift took to Twitter to express her sadness over the cancellation, stating, "I'm so sad about the concert being canceled... sending my love to the fans in Thailand."[6]

Critical reception[edit]

The tour received positive reviews from music critics, with many citing Swift's atmospheric performances as a specific area of praise. Writing for Rolling Stone, Rob Sheffield praised Swift's "emotional excess [and] musical reach", stating that "...[n]o other pop auteur can touch her right now."[7] Rebecca Nicholson of The Guardian gave a five-star review, describing Swift as "staggeringly nice" and a "consummate crowd pleaser".[8] Digital Spy contributor Emma Dibdin noted that the tour combined "whimsical spectacle with Swift's trademark emotional intimacy" and that it "capitalises on exactly what makes Swift such a powerful figure for her audience, the sincere blend of aspirational and relatable."[9] In a more negative review, Rebecca Ford of The Hollywood Reporter stated that the intros before specific songs that, while "an appropriate fit for the audience," felt long and "brought down the energy of the show." Ford also mentioned that while Swift's voice "has gotten stronger over the years... [it] still has a habit of faltering or being too soft to hear over the band."[10]

Accolades[edit]

Year Organization Award Result Ref.
2013 Billboard Live Music Awards Top Package Won [11]
Concert Marketing and Promotion Nominated
2013 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Live Act Nominated
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Tour Nominated

Records[edit]

Swift became the first solo female artist in 20 years to headline a national stadium tour in Australia, the last being Madonna with The Girlie Show in 1993.[14] Swift performed to a crowd of over 40,900 fans at the Sydney Football Stadium in Sydney, Australia, becoming the first female artist in history to sell out the stadium since it opened in 1988.[15]

The Red Tour also became the highest-grossing tour by a country artist in history at the time, bringing in $150 million and surpassing the prior record held by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's co-headlining Soul2Soul II Tour, which earned $141 million.[16]

Set list[edit]

The set list below is the common set list and does not represent every show of the tour.[17]

  1. "State of Grace"
  2. "Holy Ground"
  3. "Red"
  4. "You Belong with Me"
  5. "The Lucky One"
  6. "Mean"
  7. "Stay Stay Stay" (contains excerpts from "Ho Hey")
  8. "22"
  9. Surprise song
  10. "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran)
  11. "Begin Again"
  12. "Sparks Fly"
  13. "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  14. "All Too Well"
  15. "Love Story"
  16. "Treacherous"
Encore
  1. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"

Notes[edit]

  • After the show on July 19, 2013, "Stay Stay Stay" was removed from the set list, only being played once more on August 2, 2013.
  • After the show on September 21, 2013, "Everything Has Changed" was removed from the set list.
  • After the show on December 14, 2013, "Begin Again" was removed from the set list.
  • During the London shows, the regular 60s remix version of "You Belong With Me" was performed.
  • After the show on February 11, 2014, "Treacherous" was removed from the set list due to stage reduction.

Surprise songs[edit]

The following songs were performed by Swift in between "22" and "Everything Has Changed":

Special guests[edit]

Swift surprised fans throughout the tour with special guests, with whom she performed a duet.

Tour dates[edit]

List of 2013 concerts[108]
Date (2013) City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
March 13 Omaha United States CenturyLink Center Omaha Ed Sheeran
Brett Eldredge
27,877 / 27,877 $2,243,164
March 14
March 18 St. Louis Scottrade Center 28,582 / 28,582 $2,346,203
March 19
March 22 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena 14,686 / 14,686 $1,162,733
March 23 Columbia Colonial Life Arena 12,490 / 12,490 $996,114
March 27 Newark Prudential Center Ed Sheeran
Florida Georgia Line
38,065 / 38,065 $3,565,317
March 28
March 29
April 10 Miami American Airlines Arena Ed Sheeran
Brett Eldredge
12,808 / 12,808 $1,010,175
April 11 Orlando Amway Center 25,617 / 25,617 $2,054,128
April 12
April 18 Atlanta Philips Arena 25,471 / 25,471 $2,048,023
April 19
April 20 Tampa Tampa Bay Times Forum 14,080 / 14,080 $1,132,095
April 25 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 15,336 / 15,336 $1,247,605
April 26 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 13,573 / 13,573 $1,082,042
April 27 Lexington Rupp Arena 17,003 / 17,003 $1,342,699
May 4 Detroit Ford Field Ed Sheeran
Austin Mahone
Brett Eldredge
48,265 / 48,265 $3,969,059
May 7 Louisville KFC Yum! Center Ed Sheeran
Florida Georgia Line
15,135 / 15,135 $1,246,491
May 8 Columbus Nationwide Arena 14,267 / 14,267 $1,155,170
May 11 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center Ed Sheeran
Brett Eldredge
27,619 / 27,619 $2,489,205
May 12
May 16 Houston Toyota Center 12,467 / 12,467 $961,422
May 21 Austin Frank Erwin Center Ed Sheeran
Florida Georgia Line
11,916 / 11,916 $935,631
May 22 San Antonio AT&T Center 13,974 / 13,974 $1,105,253
May 25 Arlington Cowboys Stadium Ed Sheeran
Austin Mahone
Florida Georgia Line
53,020 / 53,020 $4,589,266
May 28 Glendale Jobing.com Arena Ed Sheeran
Joel Crouse
26,705 / 26,705 $2,239,370
May 29
June 1 Salt Lake City EnergySolutions Arena 14,007 / 14,007 $1,139,360
June 2 Denver Pepsi Center 13,489 / 13,489 $1,076,069
June 14 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre Ed Sheeran
Austin Mahone
Joel Crouse
87,627 / 87,627 $7,863,310
June 15
June 22 Winnipeg Investors Group Field 33,061 / 33,061 $3,175,430
June 25 Edmonton Rexall Place Ed Sheeran
Joel Crouse
25,663 / 25,663 $2,379,870
June 26
June 29 Vancouver BC Place Stadium Ed Sheeran
Austin Mahone
Joel Crouse
41,142 / 41,142 $3,974,410
July 6 Pittsburgh United States Heinz Field 56,047 / 56,047 $4,718,518
July 13 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium 52,399 / 52,399 $4,670,011
July 19 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field 101,277 / 101,277 $8,822,335
July 20
July 26 Foxborough Gillette Stadium 110,712 / 110,712 $9,464,063
July 27
August 1 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena Ed Sheeran
Florida Georgia Line
13,368 / 13,368 $1,075,576
August 2 Kansas City Sprint Center 26,412 / 26,412 $2,093,172
August 3
August 6 Wichita Intrust Bank Arena Ed Sheeran
Casey James
12,231 / 12,231 $983,882
August 7 Tulsa BOK Center 10,949 / 10,949 $868,955
August 10 Chicago Soldier Field Ed Sheeran
Austin Mahone
Casey James
50,809 / 50,809 $4,149,148
August 15 San Diego Valley View Casino Center Ed Sheeran
Casey James
10,872 / 10,872 $948,541
August 19 Los Angeles Staples Center 55,829 / 55,829 $4,734,463
August 20
August 23
August 24
August 27 Sacramento Sleep Train Arena 12,795 / 12,795 $1,138,103
August 30 Portland Moda Center 13,952 / 13,952 $1,084,760
August 31 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 20,348 / 20,348 $1,584,049
September 6 Fargo Fargodome 21,073 / 21,073 $1,661,578
September 7 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 28,920 / 28,920 $2,320,937
September 8
September 12 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum 13,650 / 13,650 $1,109,253
September 13 Raleigh PNC Arena 13,941 / 13,941 $1,088,612
September 14 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena 12,689 / 12,689 $997,216
September 19 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 41,292 / 41,292 $3,336,545
September 20
September 21
November 29 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena Neon Trees 30,799 / 30,799 $3,100,290
November 30
December 1
December 4 Sydney Australia Allianz Stadium Guy Sebastian
Neon Trees
40,930 / 40,930 $4,096,060
December 7 Brisbane Suncorp Stadium 38,907 / 38,907 $3,895,810
December 11 Perth nib Stadium 21,827 / 21,827 $2,364,080
December 14 Melbourne Etihad Stadium 47,257 / 47,257 $4,547,250
List of 2014 concerts[109]
Date (2014) City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
February 1 London England The O2 Arena The Vamps 74,740 / 74,740[a] $5,829,240[a]
February 2
February 4
February 7 Berlin Germany O2 World Andreas Bourani 10,350 / 10,350 $755,006
February 10 London England The O2 Arena The Vamps [a] [a]
February 11
May 30 Shanghai China Mercedes-Benz Arena N/A 12,793 / 12,793 $1,864,934
June 1 Saitama Japan Saitama Super Arena CTS 20,046 / 20,046 $1,837,147
June 4 Jakarta Indonesia MEIS Ancol Nicole Zefanya 8,130 / 8,130 $1,481,473
June 6 Pasay Philippines Mall of Asia Arena Meg Bucsit 9,775 / 9,775 $1,511,662
June 9 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Imprompt-3 16,344 / 16,344[b] $2,524,080[b]
June 11 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Putra Indoor Stadium IamNeeta 7,525 / 7,525 $998,608
June 12 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Imprompt-3 [b] [b]
Total 1,702,933 / 1,702,933
(100%)
$150,184,971

Cancelled show[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date (2014) City Country Venue Reason
June 9 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena Political unrest[6]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the O2 Arena on February 1, 2, 4, 10 and 11.
  2. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on June 9 and 12.

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External links[edit]

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