Police Convoy Escorts Taylor Swift Into The Aviva Stadium in Dublin

Taylor Swift received a welcoming gift from U2 when she arrived in Dublin, Ireland, for her next stop on The Eras Tour. The Fortnight singer used social media to publish a photo signed by Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. “Already feeling that Irish hospitality,” Swift wrote on Instagram Stories, accompanied a snapshot of the roses she received from the band. “U2, thanks for always being the classiest & coolest.”

 

 

Swift also tweeted a note written by the band, “Dear Taylor. Welcome back to our hometown! Leave some of it standing. “Your Irish fan club.” Swift’s stop in Ireland follows her three-night performance at Wembley Stadium in London last weekend. The singer was joined on stage by her boyfriend, NFL star Travis Kelce, who came suddenly during the “I Can Do with a Broken Heart” performance.

A convoy under police escort suspected to be Taylor Swift arriving at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland for the Taylor swift Eras tour. The Eras Tour stops in Dublin for three nights. Swift will perform in Amsterdam beginning July 4, followed by visits in Switzerland, Germany, and Italy. Swift will play five extra nights at London’s Wembley Stadium beginning August 15. The artist will make his comeback to the United States on October 18, performing three nights in a row at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

 

 

 

 

Numerous musicians and celebrities have attended Swift’s The Eras Tour concerts. Beatles icon Paul McCartney recently danced with fans at one of Swift’s gigs at London’s Wembley Stadium, while other guests on The Eras Tour include Shania Twain, Haim, Diplo, Selena Gomez, Billy Joel, Keith Urban, Nicole Kidman, and Maren Morris.

Following her concerts in Ireland, Swift’s tour schedule for the rest of 2024 includes trips in Amsterdam, Milan, Munich, London, Toronto, and Vancouver. Meanwhile, Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department spends its ninth week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The album marks her 14th project to top the Billboard 200.

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