Taylor Swift Promises To Deliver A "Different World" On Her 'Red' Tour In 2013
14 November 2012, 13:51
The 'Begin Again' singer says she intends to "dazzle" fans with a spectacular stage show.
Taylor Swift says she is waiting to see which songs from her new album 'Red' that her fans take to before decide in on the setlist for her 2013 world tour, and has promises to take them to a "different world" when she gets on stage.
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer says he wants to "dazzle" people when she kicks off the 2013 jaunt which starts with an initial leg across North America, and says she is looking forward to seeing which songs fans are "freaking out" over the most.
"The tour will be a big representation of this record," Taylor revealed to Billboard, when asked what fans can expect from the 58-date tour next year. "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 fans are freaking out over the most, and those are the ones that are definitely in the set list," Taylor explained. "I can't wait for that."
"If we can make a show that dazzles people more than the last tour then I'll have done my job in the right way," the 'Red' singer teased. "I want them to be so happy that they decided to spend their time with me, I think that's my biggest objective."
The 'Love Story' singer says the "element of surprise" will play a big part in her new live show, which follows Taylor's 2010 'Speak Now' world tour, which wrapped up last year.
At the MTV EMAs 2012 last weekend Taylor picked up three awards in total, including Best Female and Best Live Act, as well as performing live on stage at the event in Frankfurt, Germany.
Check out a picture of Taylor Swift performing at the EMAs last weekend below (Credit: PA):
Taylor Swift's new 'Red' North American tour, which will feature UK singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran as a support act, kicks off on 13th March in Omaha, Nebraska.