Hello Taylor Nation,
Here at the Swift Agency, just another of those people that like to write about the Princess in Red and The Agency, we’re different because we use more words. So… you have to read more! Ok, perhaps that was not the best promotion of this site… I will hush up now.
I want to thank all the audience who attended for putting up with a handful of protesters who use their view of faith to promote hatred. They might have been shouting expletives about the Enchantress. If so, please don’t answer hate with hate – that’s how we all lose. Just ignore them. Please refrain from explicitly naming them or using swear words on the comments.
The Queen of Sparks performed for the two nights of August 2 and 3 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. She rocked an audience of 13,000 in attendance. You can read the reviews at Kansas City Star and News-Press Now.
On August 2, the recently retired song from the setlist Stay, Stay, Stay made a comeback:
The secret song on August 3 was Our Song.
The Princess in Red also has two nominations to the 2013 MTV VMA: Video of the Year and Best Female Video for I Knew You Were Trouble. The 2013 Video Music Awards air August 25 on MTV and VMA.MTV.com, live from the Brooklyn Barclays Center. Voting is necessary for her to be considered for the award. Read the rules here.
Correction: I had the dates wrong, I apologize. Thanks to @achey_52403 for the corrections!
Up next! The Blonde With the Sparkly RED Guitar brings the RED Tour to Wichita, Kansas on August 6. And The Civil Wars‘ self titled second album drops.
Coming up on the Calendar!
- Aug 6: The Civil Wars release their eponymous second album, The Civil Wars.
- Aug. 6: The Red Tour at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas. On sale now. Ticket information here.
- Aug. 7: The Red Tour at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. On sale now. Ticket information here.
- Aug. 10: The Red Tour at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. On sale now. More information on Ticketmaster.
- August 11: Taylor Swift has 7 nominations for the Teen Choice Awards (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.