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2015

The 1989 World Tour begins!

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January

  • January 7: People’s Choice Awards. Taylor wins for  Favorite Female ArtistFavorite Pop Artist and Favorite Song for “Shake It Off”.
(Source: Big Machine Records)

(Source: Big Machine Records)

February

  • February 8: The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Taylor Swift was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Performance for “Shake It Off”.
  • February 13: The music video for “Style” premieres on Good Morning America.
  • February 13: Caitlin Evanson performs at Lestat’s West in San Diego, California.
  • February 15: Taylor Swift is part of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary.
  • February 17: She’s the main guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on NBC.
  • February 24: Ed Sheeran appears on The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw on BBC 1. Taylor Swift has been announced to drop in.
  • February 25: Taylor Swift wins International Female Solo Artist and performs at the BRIT Awards 2015.
  • February 26: Caitlin Evanson‘s Birthday.

March

(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

  • March 18: Amos Heller‘s Birthday.
  • March 29: Taylor Swift wins her nominations for Artist of the Year, Song of the Year for “Shake It Off”, and Lyrics of the Year for “Blank Space” for the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards. The show was broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on NBC at 8pm ET.

April

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

May

  • May 5: The 1989 World Tour – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Dome.
  • May 6: The 1989 World Tour – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Dome.
  • May 13: Paul Sidoti‘s Birthday.
  • May 15: Taylor Swift performs at Rock in Rio USA in Las Vegas, NV.
  • May 15: Caitlin Evanson performs at Lestat’s West in San Diego, CA.
  • May 17: The 2015 Billboard Music Awards are broadcast live from MGM Grand Central Arena in Las Vegas, NV on ABC at 8pm Eastern / 7pm Central. Taylor Swift leads with 14 nominations including Top ArtistThe “Bad Blood” video will premiere at the start of the show. Update! Taylor won 8 nominations including Artist of the Year.
  • May 20: The 1989 World Tour – Bossier City, LA – CenturyLink Center.
  • May 22: The 1989 World Tour – Baton Rouge, LA – LSU Tiger Stadium.
  • May 27: Elizabeth Huett‘s Birthday.
  • May 30: The 1989 World Tour – Detroit, MI – Ford Field.
(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

June

  • June 2: The 1989 World Tour – Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center.
  • June 3: The 1989 World Tour – Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena.
  • June 6: The 1989 World Tour – Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Field.
  • June 8: The 1989 World Tour – Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena.
  • June 9: The 1989 World Tour – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena.
  • June 12: The 1989 World Tour – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field.
  • June 13: The 1989 World Tour – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field.
  • June 19: The 1989 World Tour – Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany – Lanxess Arena.
  • June 20: The 1989 World Tour – Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany – Lanxess Arena.
  • June 21: The 1989 World Tour – Amsterdam, North Holland Netherlands – Ziggo Dome.
  • June 21: Mallary Hope‘s Birthday.
  • June 23: The 1989 World Tour – Glasgow, Scotland United Kingdom – SSE Hydro.
  • June 24: The 1989 World Tour – Manchester, NW England United Kingdom – Arena Manchester.
  • June 27: The 1989 World Tour – London, England United Kingdom – British Summertime Hyde Park.
  • June 29: The 1989 World Tour – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena.
  • June 30: The 1989 World Tour – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena.
(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

July

August

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

September

October

(Source: Twitter)

(Source: Twitter)

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

(Source: TaylorSwift.com)

November

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(Source: Big Machine Records)

December

  • December 5: The 1989 World Tour – Brisbane, Australia – Suncorp Stadium.
  • December 7: The 1989 World Tour – Adelaide, Australia – Entertainment Center.
  • December 8: The 1989 World Tour – Adelaide, Australia – Entertainment Center.
  • December 10: The 1989 World Tour – Melbourne, Australia – AAMI Park.
  • December 11: The 1989 World Tour – Melbourne, Australia – AAMI Park.
  • December 12: The 1989 World Tour – Melbourne, Australia – AAMI Park.
  • December 13: According to T, it’s going to be a quiet one this year.
  • December 20: The 1989 World Tour Live is released on Apple Music.

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This informal calendar is compiled using news items that I discover every day. Enumerating all sources is not possible. Whenever possible, the link on each entry goes back to the source. Official tour date information is only available at TaylorSwift.com.

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