To coincide with Taylor Swift's blockbuster 'Speak Now' album, the country pop singer will embark on a 2011 world tour starting Feb. 9, which covers 87 shows in 19 countries.

The tour starts in Singapore, stopping in other various spots in Asia and then Europe before hitting the states in May, where Swift will perform six stadium shows.

Like her Fearless Tour, expect her shows to feature theatrical presentations, full of set and wardrobe changes. Taylor is also expected to perform on various instruments, including guitar and piano.

“The Fearless Tour was so much fun and even more unforgettable than I ever imagined, and I can’t wait to get back out and play my new music from 'Speak Now,'" explains Taylor. "The fans have been so amazing, and I’m thrilled to play in new cities around the world and meet even more of my fans in 2011!”

Taylor's third studio album, 'Speak Now' broke another Nielsen SoundScan record, selling 1,047,000 in its first week. This makes Swift one of only four women to make that million mark in a single week -- alongside Britney Spears' '…Oops I Did It Again,' Whitney Houston's 'Bodyguard' soundtrack and Norah Jones' 'Feels Like Home.' Check out Taylor's full 2011 'Speak Now' world tour below!

2011 'Speak Now' World Tour Schedule:

Feb. 9  --  Singapore
Feb. 11  --  Seoul, South Korea
Feb. 13 -- Osaka, Japan
Feb. 16 & 17  -- Tokyo, Japan
Feb. 19  -- Manila, Philippines
Feb. 21 -- Hong Kong
March 6 -- Brussels, Belgium
March 7 -- Rotterdam, Holland
March 9 -- Oslo, Norway
March 12 --  Oberhausen, Germany
March 15 -- Milan, Italy
March 17 -- Paris, France
March 19 -- Madrid, Spain
March 22 -- Birmingham, UK
March 25 -- Belfast, Northern Ireland
March 27 -- Dublin, Ireland
March 29 -- Manchester, UK
March 30 -- London, UK
May 27, 28 -- Omaha, Nebraska
May 29 -- Des Moines, Iowa
June 2, 3 -- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
June 4 -- Orlando, Florida
June 7 -- Columbus, Ohio
June 8 -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
June 11 -- Detroit, Michigan
June 14, 15 -- St. Paul, Minnesota
June 18 -- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 21 -- Buffalo, New York
June 22 -- Hartford, Connecticut
June 25 -- Foxboro, Massachusetts
June 30 -- Greensboro, North Carolina
July 1 -- Knoxville, Tennessee
July 2 -- Louisville, Kentucky
July 8 -- Charlotte, North Carolina
July 9, 10 -- Atlanta, Georgia
July 14 -- Montreal, Quebec
July 15, 16 -- Toronto, Ontario
July 19, 20 --  New York, New York
July 28 -- Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 29 -- Indianapolis, Indiana
July 30 -- Cleveland, Ohio
Aug. 2, 3 -- Washington, DC
Aug. 6 -- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aug. 9, 10 -- Chicago, Illinois
Aug. 13 -- Lexington, Kentucky
Aug. 14 -- St. Louis, Missouri
Aug. 18, 19 -- Edmonton, Alberta
Aug. 23, 24 -- Los Angeles, California
Sept. 1, 2 -- San Jose, California
Sept. 3 --  Sacramento, California
Sept. 6 -- Portland, Oregon
Sept. 7 --  Seattle, Washington
Sept. 10, 11 -- Vancouver, British Columbia
Sept. 16, 17 -- Nashville, Tennessee
Sept. 21 -- Tulsa, Oklahoma
Sept. 24 -- Kansas City, Missouri
Sept. 27 -- Denver, Colorado
Sept. 28 -- Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct. 4 -- Little Rock, Arkansas
Oct. 5 -- New Orleans, Louisiana
Oct. 8 --  Dallas, Texas