Taylor Swift kicked off her "Speak Now World Tour on 9 Feb with a sold-out show at The Singapore indoor Stadium. She is currently slated to play 90 shows in 19 countries spanning four continents on the Taylor Swift Speak Now World Tour 2011.
Taylor wowed the capacity crowd with a more than 90-minute set that showcased songs from her triple-platinum Speak Now album and also featured several favorites from her previous CDs. The crowd was on its feet the entire evening, which included several costume changes as well as multiple sets, video elements and graphics presentations.
Taylor tweeted after the show (@taylorswift 13): “THAT SHOW RULED!! Thank you Singapore. My band and I love you. And your dancing and jumping and singing and screaming! Good times.”
Thanks to Universal Music Singapore, we got the photo lowdown to share with you!
It was a sexier side to Taylor as she donned a glittering Gold ultra short shirt and had her firery red Gibson guitar to match.
Lots of love between Taylor and her fans as she put on a high energy show at the Singapore Indoor stadium that got fans on their feet all night long.
Of course the gorgeous girl from Pennsylvania toned it down and got intimate with a number strung on her ukulele.
Fans began arriving at the Stadium more than 24 hours early for the show, which featured the 4-time GRAMMY winner performing on two different stages, playing several different acoustic and electric guitars, and also the piano and the ukulele.
It was kinda nice seeing this teenage side to her, just stopping to take pics and having a good time with her fans.
Team Taylor was out in full force and you guessed it, the majority were teens.
No prizes for guessing who's side she's on.
Taylor is touring the world this year in support of her Triple-Platinum blockbuster Speak Now album, which shattered sales records and sold over a million copies in its first week of release. Taylor’s shows around the globe are selling out within minutes of tickets going on sale, including stadium shows in Boston, Philadelphia and Detroit.
The tour continued with a show on February 11 in Seoul, South Korea and she also visited several countries in Asia in February before heading to Europe in March. The North American leg of the tour kicks off in May.
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