New York City snowmobiler Taylor Swift has a new tour, one with more than 70 countries and territories.
Tour de France snowmobilers can make headlines with a tour that’s packed with some of the most recognizable names in the sport.
They’re often seen on the cover of a major magazine, and they’re often invited to big-name events such as the Winter Olympics and the Summer Olympics.
Swift, though, is the only female touring snowmobilers.
The tour starts Wednesday at the Empire Polo Club in Manhattan, where she’ll be joined by fellow snowmotorists and former Olympic gold medalists.
“I think the only reason we did the tour was because I’ve been there before, so I know it,” Swift said Friday from the Polo Club.
“I think it’s important for women and girls to know that they can do it.
It’s so cool, and I’m so happy that we’ve had the opportunity to do it.”
Tickets cost $60 to $75 for a general public tour, and the price for a VIP tour starts at $3,000, said Kristy Miller, a spokeswoman for Swift.
She said tickets are still being sold, but they were “still coming in very fast.”
“There are just so many awesome and great people who are here, and that’s what I think makes the tour so special,” she said.
The tour is a part-time gig, with the group traveling to different countries and venues. “
And it’s so nice to be a part of this and it’s been really rewarding.”
The tour is a part-time gig, with the group traveling to different countries and venues.
The first stop is Mexico, where they’ll stop in Tijuana and Tulum, the two main snowmobiles in the country.
The next stops are Germany, Belgium, Spain, Poland, France and Belgium, Miller said.
The third stop is the United Kingdom, where the group will visit the British Parliament, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and other locations.
The group will then tour the United States, before heading back to the UK.
Swift has been touring since 2013, when she released her new album, 1989.
The song “Blank Space” became a hit, and was certified platinum.
The record is now the highest-charting single in the history of the United Nations.
The album sold 2.9 million copies, which made Swift the most-watched female artist in history.