The "Shake It Off" singer announced the dates for her "1989" world tour on Monday, and she took to Twitter to share her excitement with her fans
"So yeah, #The1989WorldTour is happening!! I CANNOT WAIT," she wrote.
The massive trek kicks off on May 20 in Bossier City, Louisiana and will work its way north until late-June, when T.Swift will head off to Europe for five dates across the Atlantic. The tour will wrap up on October 31 at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium.
Oddly enough, though, the "Welcome to New York" singer and NYC tourism ambassador has no dates set in the Big Apple.
The closest tour stop to New York City is a July 11 show at East Rutherford, N.J.'s Metlife Stadium. No word yet on why Taylor isn't planning to perform at Madison Square Garden, Brooklyn's Barclays Center or any venue within the five boroughs.
Vance Joy, an Australian singer known for his hit single "Riptide," will open for Swift during the North American dates.
The Grammy winner also will take to the stage at the 2014 American Music Awards for the world premiere performance of her new single, "Blank Space."
She joins a star-studded lineup of performers including 5 Seconds of Summer, Iggy Azalea, Mary J. Blige, Charli XCX, Fergie, Lorde, One Direction, Sam Smith and the evening's host, Pitbull.
The AMA's will broadcast live from the Nokia Theater L.A. LIVE on Sunday, November 23 on ABC.
Check out the full list of "1989" world tour dates below:
May 20: CenturyLink Center - Bossier City, Louisiana May 22: LSU Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge, Louisiana May 30: Ford Field - Detroit June 2: KFC Yum! Center - Louisville, Kentucky June 3: Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland June 6: Heinz Field - Pittsburgh June 8: Time Warner Cable Arena - Charlotte, North Carolina June 9: PNC Arena - Raleigh, North Carolina June 13: Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia June 20: Lanxess Arena - Cologne, Germany June 21: Ziggo Dome - Amsterdam, Holland June 23: The SSE, Hydro - Glasgow, U.K. June 24: Arena - Manchester, U.K. June 27: British Summertime Hyde Park - London July 6: Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa, Ontario July 7: Bell Centre - Montreal, Quebec July 11: MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, New Jersey July 13: Nationals Park - Washington, D.C. July 18: Soldier Field - Chicago July 24: Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Massachusetts. July 25: Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Massachusetts Aug. 1: BC Place Stadium - Vancouver, British Columbia. Aug. 4: Rexall Place - Edmonton, Alberta Aug. 5: Rexall Place - Edmonton, Alberta Aug. 8: CenturyLink Field - Seattle Aug. 15: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California Aug. 17: Gila River Arena - Glendale, Arizona Aug. 18: Gila River Arena - Glendale, Arizona Aug. 25: Staples Center - Los Angeles Aug. 26: Staples Center - Los Angeles Aug. 29: PETCO Park - San Diego Sept. 4: EnergySolutions Arena - Salt Lake City, Utah Sept. 5: Pepsi Center - Denver Sept. 6: Pepsi Center - Denver Sept. 9: Fargodome - Fargo, North Dakota Sept. 11: Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, Minnesota Sept. 12: Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, Minnesota Sept. 16: Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis Sept. 17: Nationwide Arena - Columbus, Ohio Sept. 18: Nationwide Arena - Columbus, Ohio Sept. 21: Sprint Center - Kansas City, Missouri Sept. 22: Sprint Center - Kansas City, Missouri Sept. 25: Bridgestone Arena - Nashville Sept. 26: Bridgestone Arena - Nashville Oct. 2: Rogers Centre -Toronto Oct. 3: Rogers Centre - Toronto Oct. 8: Wells Fargo Arena - Des Moines, Iowa Oct. 9: CenturyLink Center - Omaha, Nebraska Oct. 10: CenturyLink Center - Omaha, Nebraska Oct. 13: Scottrade Center - St. Louis Oct. 14: Scottrade Cente - St. Louis Oct. 17: AT&T Stadium - Dallas Oct. 20: Rupp Arena - Lexington, Kentucky Oct. 21: Greensboro Coliseum Complex - Greensboro, North Carolina Oct. 24: Georgia Dome - Atlanta Oct. 27: AmericanAirlines Arena - Miami Oct. 31: Raymond James Stadium - Tampa