May 7 (UPI) — Taylor Swift hosted a private concert for foster and adoptive families before her Reputation stadium tour kicks off in Glendale, Ariz. on Tuesday.
The singer performed in front of over 2,000 foster and adoptive families at the University of Phoenix stadium located in Glendale, E! News reported. The event was held in conjunction with the Arizona Association of Foster and Adoptive Parents.
Swift presented attendees with her final dress rehearsal for the tour and held a pizza party. The star was also seen bringing everyone onstage and staying behind to take pictures and meet with all the families.
The Reputation tour will feature Camila Cabello and Charli XCX as opening acts. The tour will conclude on Oct. 6 in Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium after the pop star makes stops in cities such as Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Toronto, Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans and Houston, among others.
Swift, on Saturday, also visited an 8-year-old fan in Phoenix who is in the hospital recovering from burn injuries. The young girl had recorded a video of herself asking Swift to visit her since she wouldn’t be able to make her concert.