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If you want to see Taylor Swift on her upcoming Red Tour, then you better be quick on the draw. Taylor's 2013 dates are selling out in minutes, if not seconds. The mayhem started when Taylor sold out two shows at L.A.’s Staples Center in 60 seconds flat. And it wasn’t a fluke. Taylor also sold out Toronto’s Rogers Centre and two shows at Washington, D.C.’s Verizon Center in five minutes. Then, tickets disappeared for Detroit’s Ford Field in 10 minutes, followed by two shows at Phillips Arena in Atlanta in five. Soldier Field in Chicago sold out in under 30 minutes.
Tickets for Taylor's Wichita concert will go on-sale on Friday, December 14th @ 10am. Taylor's Red Tour will be in Wichita on Tuesday, August 6th. All indications are the tickets will sell out in minutes, if not seconds. Taylor recently sold out two shows in L.A. in 30-seconds. For the Wichita concert, tickets will be available at the INTRUST Bank Arena box office and all Select-A-Seat outlets. KFDI VIP Members will have a chance to buy tickets early at www.kfdi.com/club.
Blake Shelton is a ratings winner for NBC. His Monday night special, Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas, won its time slot for the network with the 18 to 49 demographic. According to The Hollywood Reporter, that's off only one tenth of a ratings point from the winter finale of NBC's Revolution, which usually airs in that Monday night time slot after The Voice.
Gary Allan launched a program to support Red Cross disaster relief efforts by giving away free downloads of an exclusive acoustic version of his new hit single "Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)" as incentive for fans to donate to the Red Cross. Gary shot the video for the song just before Hurricane Sandy hit. Gary said, "The song (Runs Out Of Rain)’ is about hope and light at the end of the tunnel. With the devastation in the northeast region by Sandy, I thought this song was extremely timely."
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