Taylor promoted her 2006 debut album by performing as an opening act for several major country artists’ concert tours, including Rascal Flatts, George Strait, Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Keith Urban.
The “Fearless Tour” was Taylor’s debut headlining tour. Unlike typical country music concerts, the show featured a theatrical presentation of graphics, sets and visual elements all designed by Taylor herself.
The “RED Tour” was flashy, incorporated circus elements and took full advantage of the stadiums that had now become the norm for Taylor’s concerts. It also smashed the record for all-time revenue for a single tour by a country artist.
Taylor’s fourth tour obliterated her previous box office revenue and delivered an electrifying show that reached many new heights for her. The “1989 World Tour” included a massive roster of nightly special guests.
One aspect why the reputation album cycle is viewed at as an enormous success for Taylor is her mammoth “reputation Stadium Tour”. The larger-than-life show was the culmination of everything she had done in concert.
“Lover Fest” was Taylor’s planned sixth concert tour and first music festival tour, in support of her seventh studio album, Lover (2019). The tour was eventually cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“The Eras Tour” (also stylized as “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour”) is Taylor’s sixth concert tour, in support of all her studio albums. It is an all-stadium tour. Shows for the US have been revealed, with international dates pending.
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