The Old Taylor Can’t Come to the Phone Right Now. Why? Because She’s on Tour!


Though the tickets were pricey, fans from around the world went to see her extravagant performances. Taylor Swift sold about 1.216 million copies the first week “Reputation” album came out.

“Swift’s performance was beyond incredible; a concert you would not want to miss!”


The Old Taylor Can’t Come to the Phone Right Now. Why? Because She’s on Tour!


In traditional Swift form, she had a total of three stages in order to get closer to her screaming fans. She tended to move around a lot throughout the concert. At AT&T stadium, she had multiple screens, including a huge one hung above everyone for those who were seated in the nose-bleeds.
The set went from basic to intense. The opening acts gave fans a low-key set compared to the main act, Swift, herself.


Throughout the concert, pieces were both added and removed from each stage. In one act, she was surrounded by dancers all moving around a large fountain.


Her most shining moment was when giant blow-up snakes surrounded her as she sang. To top it all off, she had fireworks on each side of the stage to add to the intensity of songs such as “I Did Something Bad.”


This gave the concert a feeling of energy.


Swift went from stage to stage in the air on a platform which gave the fans a closer look at the tall, talented blonde star.


As she performed, she walked across the sea of people as an aisle was made way in order for her to get to the third stage, making them happier than ever to meet her face to face.


Swift made sure to up the concert game, and have quite a few back up dancers the entire show to enhance the experience.


Each song provided a different routine and a different piece of clothing being added. She changed about eight times total. The colors for this year’s concert seemed to be in a darker range considering her album is based off of the way the world views her, this made sense.


Many people view Taylor as a drama queen, one who typically writes songs about her exes, and gets into messes with other popular celebrities. It is thought of that there are quite a few individuals that don’t exactly like her or her music.


In past years, Swift seemed to go with bright vibrant colors for her clothing but this year was definitely a turn around. Gone from good ole’ country star to ready-for-action pop sensation, Taylor has definitely made a name for herself.


Although Swift is thriving in the pop music world, she still manages to give her audience a blast from the past with some oldies but goodies, or all time favorites of hers from her country days. Swift played, “White Horse” at our specific concert, in addition to songs, “Love Story,” and “Should’ve Said No” to name a few. Bringing out her guitar for some of these hits brought back good memories of younger days.


Having a rocking song list of 24, Swift sang fourteen of fifteen songs from hit “Reputation” album. Starting with the song, “….Ready For It?” and ending with “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things.”


Swift’s performance was beyond incredible, a concert you would not want to miss!


Who other than Taylor Swift than to add in some special surprise celebrity guests. On the night of October 5th at AT&T stadium, the added day for the “Reputation” tour, Taylor brought along, Marren Morris to sing hit song “The Middle,” with her.


At previous concerts, she brought artists such as Niall Horan, Selena Gomez, and Shawn Mendes.


Swift got the audience involved visually by providing flashing bracelets to the whole crowd. The bracelets would light up to each song in sync with with the rhythm of the music, giving an incredible energizing feeling of unity. The fans could literally see just how many people were there to support their idol. Swift’s concert was one not easily forgotten .


Being one of the last stops for Taylor’s American side of the tour was pretty great because Arlington would be remembered as the last and best crowd of Taylor’s tour. I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next!

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