Taylor Swift will take her record-breaking album "Speak Now" on the road next year, starting in February and continuing through October 2011.
The "Speak Now" World Tour will take Swift to 19 countries, beginning Feb. 9 in Singapore and running through Asia and Europe before hitting the U.S. on May 27 in Omaha, Neb. These dates include six stadium shows in the U.S.
"I'm so excited to go back out on tour again in 2011!" Swift said in a statement. "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!"
Taylor Swift's 2009-2010 "Fearless" World Tour, which spanned 15 months, grossed $63,705,590, with 1,138,977 in attendance, according to Billboard Boxscore statistics. For her efforts, Swift received the Top Package Award at Billboard's 2010 Touring Awards.
Here are Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" World Tour dates:
Feb. 9: Singapore (Singapore Indoor Stadium)
Feb. 11: Seoul, South Korea (Gymnastic Gymnasium)
Feb. 13: Osaka, Japan (Osaka-Jo Hall)
Feb. 16 & 17: Tokyo, Japan (Budokan Hall)
Feb. 19: Manila, Philippines (Araneta Coliseum)
Feb. 21: Hong Kong (Asia World Arena)
March 6: Brussels, Belgium (Forest National)
March 7: Rotterdam, Holland (Ahoy)
March 9: Oslo, Norway (Oslo Spektrum)
March 12: Oberhausen, Germany (Oberhausen Arena)
March 15: Milan, Italy
March 17: Paris, France (Zenith)
March 19: Madrid, Spain (Palacio De Deportes)
March 22: Birmingham, UK (LG Arena)
March 25: Belfast, Northern Ireland (Odyssey Arena)
March 27: Dublin, Ireland (O2 Dublin)
March 29: Manchester, UK (Manchester Evening News Arena)
March 30: London, UK (O2 Arena)
May 27 & 28: Omaha, Neb.
May 29: Des Moines, Iowa
June 2 & 3: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
June 4: Orlando, Fla.
June 7: Columbus, Ohio
June 8: Milwaukee, Wis.
June 11: Detroit, Mich. (Ford Field)
June 14 & 15: St. Paul, Minn.
June 18: Pittsburgh, Penn. (Heinz Field)
June 21: Buffalo, N.Y.
June 22: Hartford, Conn.
June 25: Foxborough, Mass. (Gillette Stadium)
June 30: Greensboro, N.C.
July 1: Knoxville, Tenn.
July 2: Louisville, Ky
July 8: Charlotte, N.C.
July 9 & 10: Atlanta, Ga.
July 14: Montreal, Quebec
July 15 & 16: Toronto, Ontario
July 19 & 20: New York, N.Y.
July 28: Grand Rapids, Mich.
July 29: Indianapolis, Ind.
July 30: Cleveland, Ohio
Aug. 2 & 3: Washington, D.C.
Aug. 6: Philadelphia, Penn. (Lincoln Financial Field)
Aug. 9 & 10: Chicago, Ill.
Aug. 13: Lexington, Ky
Aug. 14: St. Louis, Mo.
Aug. 18 & 19: Edmonton, Alberta
Aug. 23 & 24: Los Angeles, Calif.
Sept. 1 & 2: San Jose, Calif.
Sept. 3: Sacramento, Calif.
Sept. 6: Portland, Ore.
Sept. 7: Seattle, Wash.
Sept. 10 & 11: Vancouver, British Columbia
Sept. 16 & 17: Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 21: Tulsa, Okla.
Sept. 24: Kansas City, Mo. (Arrowhead Stadium)
Sept. 27: Denver, Colo.
Sept 28: Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct. 4: Little Rock, Ark.
Oct. 5: New Orleans, La.
Oct. 8: Dallas, Texas (Cowboys Stadium)