Thursday, February 28, 2013


Atlantic Records recording artist Brett Eldredge will open for Taylor Swift when she kicks off her RED Tour with two sold-out shows in Omaha, NE on March 13 and 14. Eldredge will join Swift for one stadium date and 18 arena dates through May.  His current Top 40 hit single, “Don’t Ya,” is the lead single off his eagerly-awaited debut album due out later this year.


“Taylor Swift has such a massively successful career because she is an authentic artist through and through.  There is really nothing she can’t do,” said Eldredge. “I’m incredibly honored to be included on her tour and beyond excited to be able to share my music with all of her fans.” He will be featured on “The RED Tour” for 19 dates which also include acclaimed British singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran.


Taylor Swift’s “The RED Tour” dates with Brett Eldredge:


March 13-14              Omaha, NE

March 18-19              St. Louis, MO

March 22                   Charlotte, NC

March 23                   Columbia, SC

April 10                      Miami, FL

April 11-12                 Orlando, FL

April 18-19                 Atlanta, GA

April 20                      Tampa, FL

April 25                      Cleveland, OH

April 26                      Indianapolis, IN

April 27                      Lexington, KY

May 4                         Detroit, MI

May 11-12                 Washington, DC

May 16                       Houston, TX


For further details and a complete list of upcoming tour dates please visit For a complete list of all dates on The RED Tour, please visit


Brett Eldredge has always felt the passion to perform and with his Atlantic Records’ debut album slated to be released this year, and his infectious new single “Don’t Ya” making an impact at radio now, this Illinois native is poised to breakout. Whether impressing audiences with his powerhouse vocals or displaying his unique sense of humor on Twitter, Eldredge’s contagious energy continues to inspire his rapidly-increasing fan base.


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