Taylor Swift Reveals That Haim Will Be Supporting Her On Her ‘1989’ UK And World Tour

2 February 2015, 09:36

The '1989' superstar will be joined by Haim, Vance Joy and Shawn Mendes as she embarks on her new worldwide tour beginning in May.

Is there anything better than heading out on a massive roadtrip with some of your good mates? That's basically what the next few months have in store for Taylor Swift as she embarks on her '1989' World Tour! 

Taylor revealed on Twitter that girl band Haim would be her support act for the tour which kicks off in May and will be in the UK for three dates. 

Taylor tweeted: 

Taylor also posted her tour posted on Instagram with the caption "HAIM IS JOINING THE 1989 TOUR THIS IS NOT A DRILL I REPEAT HAIM IS JOINING THE 1989 TOUR @haimtheband" - do you get the impression she's a bit excited?!

The 'Shake It Off' star first announced that she'll be kicking off a brand new tour across the globe in support of her critically acclaimed new album '1989' back in November.

The tour begins in the United States in May before heading over to Europe for a short leg in June, including dates in UK across Glasgow, Manchester and London:

  • Glasgow, UK (The SSE, Hydro) - 23rd June
  • Manchester, UK (Arena) - 24th June
  • London, UK (British Summertime Hyde Park) - 27th June


The US superstar's brand new tour is currently set to run across over 50 dates at present, right through to October - and could more dates be on the way?

Check out the FULL world tour dates for Taylor Swift's '1989' World Tour below:

  • Bossier City, LA (CenturyLink Center) - 20th May
  • Baton Rouge (LSU Tiger Stadium) - 22nd May
  • Detroit, MI (Ford Field) - 30th May
  • Louisville (KFC Yum! Center) - 2nd June
  • Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena) - 3rd June
  • Pittsburgh (Heinz Field) - 6th June
  • Charlotte (Time Warner Cable Arena) - 8th June
  • Raleigh (PNC Arena) - 9th June
  • Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field) - 13th June 
  • Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena) - 20th June
  • Amsterdam, Holland (Ziggo Dome) - 21st June
  • Glasgow, UK (The SSE, Hydro) - 23rd June
  • Manchester, UK (Arena) - 24th June
  • London, UK (British Summertime Hyde Park) - 27th June
  • Ottawa (Canadian Tire Centre) - 6th July
  • Montral (Bell Centre) - 7th July
  • East Rutherford (MetLife Stadium) - 11th July
  • Washington, D.C. (National Park) - 13th July
  • Chicago (Soldier Field) - 18th July
  • Foxborough (Gillette Stadium) - 24th July
  • Foxborough (Gillette Stadium) - 25th July
  • Vancouver (BC Place Stadium) - 1st August
  • Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place) - 4th August
  • Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place) - 5th August
  • Seattle (CenturyLink Field) - 8th August
  • Santa Clara (Levi's Stadium) - 15th August
  • Glendale (Gila River Arena) - 17th August
  • Glendale (Gila River Arena) - 18th August
  • Los Angeles (Staples Center) - 25th August
  • Los Angeles (Staples Center) - 26th August
  • San Diego (PETCO Park) - 29th August
  • Salt Lake City (EnergySolutions Arena) - 4th September
  • Denver (Pepsi Center) - 5th August
  • Denver (Pepsi Center) - 6th August
  • Fargo (Fargodome) - 9th September
  • St. Paul (Xcel Energy Center) - 11th September
  • St. Paul (Xcel Energy Center) - 12th September
  • Indianapolis (Bankers Life Fieldhouse) - 16th September
  • Columbus (Nationwide Arena) - 17th September
  • Columbus (Nationwide Arena) - 18th September
  • Kansas City (Sprint Center) - 21st September
  • Kansas City (Sprint Center) - 22nd September
  • Nashville (Bridgestone Arena) - 25th September
  • Nashville (Bridgestone Arena) - 26th September
  • Toronto (Rogers Center) - 2nd October
  • Toronto (Rogers Center) - 3rd October
  • Des Moines (Wells Fargo Arena) - 8th October
  • Omaha (CenturyLink Center) - 9th October
  • Omaha (CenturyLink Center) - 10th October
  • St. Louis (Scottrade Center) - 13th October
  • St. Louis (Scottrade Center) - 14th October
  • Dallas (AT&T Stadium) - 17th October
  • Lexington (Rupp Arena) - 20th October
  • Greensboro (Greensboro Coliseum Complex) - 21st October
  • Atlanta (Georgia Dome) - 24th October
  • Miami (American Airlines Arena) - 27th October
  • Tampa (Raymond James Stadium) - 31st October

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