ConcertBank Provides Concert Tickets to All 12 Shows from Talyor Swift Starting On November 21

Taylor Swift's 1989 tour is one of the hottest tours going. Concert Bank, the premier ticket seller, has tickets to all of her shows beginning November 21st showing that there's no reason to miss out seeing this super star and her world wind tour.

Los Angeles, CA Nov. 19, 2014  On November 21, the innovative ticket website will be opening sales on new Taylor Swift concert tickets at 10 and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Taylor Swift hits the road in May for a massive world tour to support her newest release, a pop culture album called 1989. Taylor Swift tickets for the originally scheduled shows went on sale to the general public on November 14. Since then, Swift has added even more shows to the tour, including second nights in Cologne, Germany, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Rutherford, NJ and Los Angeles, as well as holiday shows in Los Angeles, London and New York City.  Tickets to all 12 shows will be available on ConcertBank on November 21 starting at 10 a.m.

The pint-size country superstar has booked 60 concert dates in 8 countries on 4 continents. While the 1989 World Tour kicks off in May, Swift has several holiday shows schedule. She will be performing 10 shows in the United States, including two shows in Philadelphia, before heading for Germany to kick off the European leg of her tour on June 20th. 

Swift returns to North America on July 6, 2015, and will perform 45 shows before ending the tour with a Halloween night concert in Tampa, Florida.The 1989 World Tour is to publicize Swifts fifth studio album, which dropped October 27th, and hardly needs the additional publicity. 

“Shake It Off”, the first single off the 1989 album, has already achieved double platinum status, with sales topping 2 million units. The album itself debuted at No. 1 on the charts with more than a million sales, making it the biggest selling debut since Eminem’s 2002 “The Eminem Show.” 

A second single from the album, “Blank Space”, was released Nov. 10. Swift is scheduled to perform it on the November 23 American Music Awards show.Swift may have sparked the sales when she preemptively pulled all of her past tracks from streaming service Spotify shortly before the album release, kicking off a firestorm of controversy, and a lot of free publicity. 

ConcertBank offers tickets to music events in all genres on an easy, user friendly, intuitive platform that makes it easy for concert goers to find tickets to great seats for the shows they want to see. From philharmonic performances to boy band parties, ConcertBank offers concert tickets to shows all over the world too, including discounted concert tickets and luxury concert tickets with backstage passes. 

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