(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Taylor Swift opened the final dress rehearsal for her Speak Now North American tour to fans Saturday in Nashville, Tennessee.
Proceeds from ticket and merchandise sales all went to the tornado relief effort in Alabama.
During the concert, Swift told the crowd, "We don't have the final tally yet, but we do know that so far just based on tickets alone, you have raised over $750,000."
As for the show itself, Swift's Speak Now show is her most highly-produced presentation yet. Kicking off with "Sparks Fly," the singer's new set features a ton of pyrotechnics, costume and set changes, elaborate dance routines and even Cirque du Soleil-style acrobatics and a full onstage ballet routine.
Over the the two-hour show, Swift played all but one of the songs from the Speak Now album, switching between ukulele, banjo, guitar and piano throughout the night. Staples from her catalog, such as "Our Song" and "Love Story," rounded out the song list.
Swift's Speak Now tour launches in North America Friday in Omaha, Nebraska.
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