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Neon Trees To Support Taylor Swift In Australia

by Paul Cashmere on June 21, 2013

in Live,News

Neon Trees will tour Australia and New Zealand with Taylor Swift for The Red Tour starting in November.

This won’t be the first time Neon Trees and Taylor Swift have shared a stage. Taylor recently invited Tyler Glenn up on stage to join her for ‘Everybody Talks’ at her recent New Jersey show.

Neon Trees will open the Australian and New Zealand shows followed by Guy Sebastian and then Taylor Swift.

Dates are:

November 29 and 30, Auckland, Vector Arena
December 4, Sydney, Allianz Stadium
December 7, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium
December 11, Perth, NIB Stadium
December 14, Melbourne, Etihad Stadum

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