Entertainment Taylor Swift '1989' tour: Cities that made the cut over New York By AMNY.COM November 3, 2014 4:25 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Despite Taylor Swift's new position as "Global Welcome Ambassador" of New York City and her new song "Welcome to New York," Swift is not stopping in the Big Apple on her "1989" tour. The closest Swift will come to the City that Never Sleeps is East Rutherford, New Jersey, which everyone knows is not in New York. Here are some cities that made the cut on her tour. Salt Lake City Photo Credit: Flickr / backwords Salt Lake City has a population of under 200,000 and many of its tourist attractions are concentrated along a three-block plaza called Temple Square. Fargo, North Dakota Photo Credit: Flickr / 84263554@N00 Fargo, with a population of 130,000, is home to the Red River Zoo, the Plains Art Museum and Bonanzaville USA. Louisville, Kentucky Photo Credit: Flickr / kenlund Louisville, Kentucky, is best known for the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Fried Chicken. With a population of over 250,000, it is the largest city in Kentucky. Bossier City, Louisiana Photo Credit: Flickr / sounderbruce Taylor Swift will stop at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana. Bossier City, located across the Red River from Shreveport. Cologne, Germany Photo Credit: Fickr / in__focus Cologne, Germany is Germany's fourth largest city. According to its tourism board, the city has a historic town hall, a Gothic Cathedral and a historic old town. Foxborough, MA Photo Credit: Flickr / dougtone Foxborough, home to the New England Patriots, will have Swift for two concerts. Two?! In a city with a population of just over 16,000? London Photo Credit: Flickr / doug88888 OK, this one hurts. London is one of the world's cities that can compete with New York. But they already have ambassadors, named Prince William, Duchess Catherine and Prince George. East Rutherford, NJ Photo Credit: Flickr / jeffdubyn This one also hurts, since East Rutherford, New Jersey, will never be in New York, no matter how many of our sports teams play there. Enjoy Jersey, Taylor. By AMNY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.