After performing to massive audiences in North America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe, Taylor Swift is now aiming to knock socks off fans in yet another continent.
“It’s just a real energetic atmosphere in the room. Seeing all the signs and the lights. It was neat seeing how my crowd and her crowd are different. I gotta get me some neon signs and get the fans rocking out there,” Luke Bryan said.
Singer Taylor Swift performed in Nashville on Thursday with her special guest being none other than Luke Bryan
The music video for ‘Red’ is a highlight reel from Taylor Swift’s current tour.
The duo wrote the song, which they’ve been performing together throughout her Red Tour, on a trampoline at Taylor’s home.
Three songs into the third night of her sold-out RED Tour at Newark’s Prudential Center, Taylor Swift introduced herself to those seeing her for the first time.
It’s hard to deny that Taylor Swift loves her fans. From day one the “22” singer has made her fans the priority in her singing career, giving them special access to her tours, walking through the crowds at concerts, and giving out far more hugs than your average person.
Taylor Swift set out on tour earlier this week, and with just two RED Tour shows under her belt with opener Ed Sheeran, it has already been an eventful jaunt.
Taylor Swift has been busy preparing for her RED Tour for months, and last night (March 13) in Omaha, Nebraska, she welcomed fans into her world.
On the morning of her RED Tour kickoff in Omaha, Nebraska, Taylor Swift decided the whole world should celebrate. So, the ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee released her music video for her song “22.”