Taylor Swift at Ford Field

. May 1, 2015.
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7pm. Saturday, May 30. $136-$750. Ford Field, 2000 Brush St.
313-262-2000

The mega-pop star Taylor Swift embarks on “The 1989 World Tour” in support of her fifth studio album “1989.” Hear the hits as well as her new-pop sound, which evolved, believe it or not, from Nashville roots. She’s added synthesizers and sings about the wickedness of the paparazzi and ignoring haters.

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