Tour Talk: Speak Now Australia and New Zealand dates

Hello, Taylor Nation

As the Speak Now Tour restarted again, new dates were added. The fans in Australia and New Zealand are probably already aware of these. Nevertheless, the Calendar has been updated. I’m just making a point to make a post about it so you know that I know that you know. You know?

  • (Source: TaylorSwift.com)

    March 9: Speak Now Tour in Sydney, Australia at Allphones Arena.

  • March 10: Speak Now Tour in Sydney, Australia at Allphones Arena.
  • March 12: Speak Now tour in Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena.
  • March 13: Speak Now Tour in Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena.
  • March 14: Speak Now Tour in Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena.
  • March 16: Speak Now Tour in Auckland, New Zealand at Vector Arena.
  • March 17: Speak Now Tour in Auckland, New Zealand at Vector Arena.
  • March 18: Speak Now Tour in Auckland, New Zealand at  Vector Arena.

In addition: March 18 is Amos Heller’s Birthday, on March 19, the voting for ACM Entertainer of the Year for the 47th ACM Awards begins and on March 31 the 2012 Kids Choice Awards take place with Taylor nominated for Favorite Female Singer and Favorite Song for Sparks Fly. The show airs on Nickelodeon on Saturday, March 31st at 8/7c.

A big shoutout to @_Jencita_ for helping me with the latest Arm Lyrics as well as her updates. The last one was,  “The war outside your door keeps raging on” from Taylor Swift, the Civil Wars and T. Bone Burnett, Safe And Sound in Brisbane, Australia on March 7, 2012. I just didn’t want to send any shoutouts on such a somber post. Another big shoutout to @marrieta65 for noticing the missing dates.

A note about my previous post regarding KONY 2012 and Invisible Children. I know there’s criticism against the movement, not because they support this Kony person, but because they don’t agree with the way the movement is trying to accomplish their goals. I’ve added an update, but as politics go it’s up to you to make up your own mind. In the end, I always believe that awareness is key to bring the issue to the people that can intervene and personally, a prayer goes a long way. That’s just my opinion.

Coming up in the Calendar… which is redundant because I just told you about it, but here it goes anyways.

(Sources: TaylorSwift.com)