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Taylor Swift opened her long awaited Red tour Wednesday night rocking the night away with a number of costume changes.
Swift kicked off the tour at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska, reports MTV. The concert included a number of songs from her latest album, Red, along with favorites such as "Sparks Fly."
Ed Sheeran opened the night for Swift and later performed a duet to "Everything Has Changed."
"You see, this is the part that I've been really looking forward to for a very long time because this is the part where I say to you, Omaha, Nebraska,” Swift said to a sold out audience. “Welcome to the very first night of the Red Tour.”
Examiner reports that Swift eight different costume changes throughout the concert. Some were different than designs the star has gone with during previous concerts.
The most beautiful change and most appropriate for the tour was a long, red ballgown complete with a low neckline and bow at the waist.
Earlier in the week Swift gave a preview of what patrons will see on the Red tour.
"I think from the Red tour fans can expect the unexpected," Swift said. "I think I really like the element of surprise and I love incorporating that into the shows. I like for these tours to be completely different from every single one we've done."
Swift has one more show Thursday night before she moves on to St. Louis for a March 18 performance. The tour includes 66 shows and will run through Sept. 21 when it concludes in her hometown of Nashville.
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