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Photo gallery: Taylor Swift puts on a show at Heinz Field

| Saturday, July 6, 2013, 6:51 p.m.
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Taylor Swift performs 'Red,' during her show at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Taylor Swift performs during her show at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Taylor Swift performs 'Red,' during her show at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Taylor Swift performs during her show at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
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Kara Lagoy, 10, Lauryn Caplan, 10, Emma Stankovic, 9, and Lindsey Caplan,7 (from left,) hope to get the attention of performer Taylor Swift, as they wait behind the stage at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013. The girls, all from Shaler, were celebrating Lauryn's 10th birthday.
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Whitney Leininger, 16, Courtney Leininger, 18, and Anna Forman, 17 (from left,) all from Geneva, Ohio, traveled two hours to attend the Taylor Swift concert at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
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Jenna Trybus (left,) 15, of Avonmore, and Jamie Brunner, of Swissvale, have fun in front of a large photograph of Taylor Swift before her concert Saturday, June 6, 2013, at Heinz Field.
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Natalie Smith, 13, Julia Vrabel, 13, and Aliza Legg, 15, (from left,) enjoy time tailgating in a parking lot near Heinz Field before the Taylor Swift concert, Saturday, July 6, 2013. Smith and Legg are from Bethel Park, while Vrabel is from Brookline.
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Brianne Colligan, 17 (left,) and sister, Nicole, 15, of Bethel Park, have fun with their home-made sign as they attend the Taylor Swift concert at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
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Ava Grace Ward, 6, of the North Hills, strums on her guitar while waiting behind the stage at Heinz Field, on Saturday, July 6, 2013. Ava, whose favorite Taylor Swift song is 'Our Song,' was hoping to catch a glimpse of her idol, and maybe play a tune with her.
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Sara Hess (left,) and Malorie Glancy, both 10 and from Upper St. Clair, came dressed as a 'T-Party,' to the Taylor Swift concert at Heinz Field, Saturday, July 6, 2013. The two friends were hoping for a chance to meet the popular performer during a party with Taylor, known to fans as a 'T-Party.'

Superstar performer and Pennsylvania native Taylor Swift brought her Red Tour to Pittsburgh's Heinz Field on Saturday.

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