Is Taylor Swift Going To The Super Bowl 2024?
8 February 2024, 16:37 | Updated: 9 February 2024, 17:34
Taylor Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce’s NFL team Kansas City Chiefs have made it to their second Super Bowl, but Taylor might have to skip this monumental game.
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The ‘Cruel Summer’ singer rushed onto the field and into Travis’ arms as he celebrated his team making it to their second consecutive Super Bowl. It came after Travis scored a touchdown, winning the game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Just a year ago the Kansas City Chiefs won their first Super Bowl game in a history-making match.
And at the Chiefs-Baltimore game Taylor looked genuinely over the moon for her boyfriend as they celebrated with Travis’ mum and dad.
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However, fans are now concerned Taylor, Travis’ biggest cheerleader at every game, may not be able to make the big game on Sunday 11th February due to The Eras Tour. But we've done the math and worked out if the star will be there at the Allegiant Stadium on Sunday.
Will Taylor Swift be at the Super Bowl?
Yes! Because of time zones it looks like Taylor could just make it to the Super Bowl 2024. Taylor is set to perform at the Tokyo Dome in Japan the day before the big game on Saturday 10th February.
It will he her fourth concert in a string of consecutive shows that week, so it’s not yet known if she’ll definitely be back for Travis’ Super Bowl game which is at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
However, an NFL insider has claimed that Taylor will make it back for the Super Bowl, despite performing in Tokyo the evening before.
ESPN reporter Ian Rapoport said on NFL Game Day: “Sources say yes,” in regards to Taylor’s attendance. “Now she does have a concert on Saturday, February 10th at 6pm in Tokyo, how in the world could she get to the game? Let me introduce you to something called the international date line.”
He added: “Tokyo is 17 hours ahead. That means this concert starts at 1am Vegas time [on] the same day. Let's say it's a five-hour concert, about 11pm local, which is 6am, still Saturday, in Las Vegas. Figure a 12-hour flight, maybe she leaves about an hour later.
“Taylor Swift could still get to the Super Bowl [at] about 7 or 8pm Saturday night,” he added.
That would give her a whole day to get ready for Travis' big game.
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Eight-time Grammy winner Usher is performing at this year’s Super Bowl where Kansas City Chiefs will be against San Francisco 49ers.
If anyone can make it across the world in time, Taylor Swift can.
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