Taylor Swift postpones concerts due to bronchitis - see tour dates
Taylor Swift has postponed some of her concerts in the United States because she has bronchitis.
The 21-year-old country and pop singer began a world tour earlier this year following the release of her "Speak Now" album.
"Just wanted to update you guys on Taylor's health," a message Swift's Facebook page read on Wednesday, June 6. "She has bronchitis and although she is getting better, she has been advised by her doctor that she is not well enough to perform this week."
"Her concert dates in Charlotte and Atlanta have been rescheduled and she plans to resume the 'Speak Now' tour in Montreal," the message said. "Thank you for your concern!"
Swift said on her Twitter page on July 2 that she had to postpone a concert set to take place in Louisville, Kentucky that day to October, adding: "This is my first time having to do this. I'm so, so sorry."
Swift, a multiple Grammy winner, has sold more than 31 million digital track downloads and 17 million albums.
Check out the full list of remaining tour dates below. You can buy tickets on Ticketmaster.
Taylor Swift's "Speak Now World Tour" 2011 tour dates:July 14 - Montreal, Quebec
July 15 and 16 - Toronto, Ontario
July 19 and 20, 23 and 24 - Newark, New Jersey
July 28 - Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 29 - Indianapolis, Indiana
July 30 - Cleveland, Ohio
August 2 and 3 - Washington, DC
August 6 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 9 and 10 - Rosemont, Illinois
August 13 and 14 - St. Louis, Missouri
August 18 and 19 - Edmonton, Alberta
August 23 and 24, 27 and 28 - Los Angeles, California
September 1 and 2 - San Jose, California
September 3 - Sacramento, California
September 6 - Portland, Oregon
September 7 - Tacoma, Washington
September 10 and 11 - Vancouver, British Columbia
September 16 and 17 - Nashville, Tennessee
September 21 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
September 24 - Kansas City, Missouri
September 27 - Denver, Colorado
September 28 - Salt Lake City, Utah
October 1 and 2 - Atlanta, Georgia (was postponed from July 9 and 10)
October 4 - Little Rock, Arkansas
October 5 - New Orleans, Louisiana
October 8 - Dallas, Texas
October 8 - Dallas, Texas
October 11 - Louisville, Kentucky
October 14 - Lubbock, Texas
October 15 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 20 - San Diego, California
October 21 and 22 - Glendale, Arizona
October 25 - San Antonio, Texas
October 26 - Austin, Texas
October 29 - Lexington, Kentucky
October 30 - Memphis, Tennessee
November 5 - Houston, Texas
November 11 - Jacksonville, Florida
November 12 - Tampa, Florida
November 13 - Miami, Florida
November 16 - Charlotte, North Carolina (was postponed from July 8)
November 17 - Raleigh, North Carolina
November 18 - Columbia, South Carolina
November 21 and 22 - New York, New York