Taylor Swift will launch her first nationwide tour called Fearless, which will take her to 52 cities in 38 states beginning Feb. 10 in San Antonio and stretching through the spring, summer and fall in the United States and Canada.

Kellie Pickler, Swift's friend and occasional songwriting partner, will be the supporting act for the tour. Gloriana, a new group emphasizing four-part vocal harmonies, will also be performing on all tour dates.

Headlining my own tour is a dream come true, Swift said in a statement.

This way, I can play more music every night than I ever have before. Having written my own songs, they are all stories in my head, and my goal for this tour is to bring those stories to life.

Prior to the official tour launch, Swift will headline three shows in the U.S., including two major events in Texas -- the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo on Feb. 10 and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on March 20.

She'll also perform on March 1 at the Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City, Fla., before heading to Australia for four concerts taking place March 5-12.

Here's a list of cities and dates currently scheduled on Swift's Fearless Tour 2009:

April 23: Evansville, Ind.

April 24: Jonesboro, Ark.

April 25: St. Louis

April 30: Charleston, S.C.

May 1: Jacksonville, Fla.

May 2: Biloxi, Miss.

May 14: Spokane, Wash.

May 15: Seattle

May 16: Portland, Ore.

May 17: Yakima, Wash.

May 21: Phoenix

May 22: Los Angeles

May 23: Las Vegas

May 24: San Diego

May 26: Salt Lake City

June 4: Enterprise, Ala.

June 11: Baltimore

June 12: Greensboro, N.C.

June 24: Oshkosh, Wis.

June 25: Caddott, Wis.

July 8: Calgary, Alberta

July 10: Craven, Saskatchewan

July 11: Winnipeg, Manitoba

July 16: Twin Lakes, Wis.

July 17: Columbus, Ohio

July 18: Charleston, W.Va.

July 23: Cheyenne, Wyo.

July 24: Rapid City, S.D.

July 25: Minot, N.D.

Aug. 7: Detroit Lakes, Minn.

Aug. 9: Omaha, Neb.

Aug. 27: New York City

Aug. 28: Uncasville, Conn.

Aug. 29: University Park, Pa.

Aug. 30: Louisville, Ky.

Sept. 4: Greenville, S.C.

Sept. 5: Charlotte, N.C.

Sept. 10: Lafayette, La.

Sept. 11: Bossier City, La.

Sept. 12: Birmingham, Ala.

Sept. 25: Dallas

Sept. 26: Little Rock, Ark.

Sept. 27: Tulsa, Okla.

Oct. 1: Cleveland

Oct. 2: Grand Rapids, Mich.

Oct. 3: Pittsburgh

Oct. 8: Indianapolis

Oct. 9: Chicago

Oct. 10: Minneapolis-St. Paul