Want to see Swift on the ‘Eras Tour?’ Here’s what you need to know


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We’ve got hardcore FOMO.

Our team wasn’t able to make it out to the first two shows of Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ at Glendale, AZ’s State Farm Stadium but luckily we spent all Monday morning catching up with a) her career-spanning, 44-song set lists, b) numerous costume changes and c) jaw-dropping production design.

Now that the tour is officially underway though, we have more pressing questions for when we do get to see the “Anti-Hero” singer IRL.

Mostly, how does one best prepare to see Tay-Tay live at one of her 50 remaining North American concerts?

Thankfully, the New York Post had Lindsay Dove, an Arizona-based Swiftie who attended Saturday, March 18, tell us everything fellow concertgoers will need to know about what what to expect at an ‘Eras Tour’ concert.

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First off, Dove shared, “Leave with plenty of time, every line is insane when you’re with 70,000 other Swifties.”

That’s a smart tip fans often take for granted — don’t wait until the last minute. 

Get to your show early or you might just miss “Shake It Off” standing in the merch line.

In terms of what you can bring into the venue, Dove had the scoop for State Farm Stadium.

“The stadiums have a clear bag policy,” she added. “You can bring a 16 oz water bottle in too.”

We’re not 100% sure this stands for all venues on the tour but all fans should check their hometown venue’s FAQ ahead of time to ensure you don’t have a bag denied before entry.

All that being said, Dove does have one regret about her ‘Eras Tour’ experience and wants to make sure Swifties in the future don’t make the same mistake.

“Be sure you have space on your phone, and it’s fully charged. (I had to choose) what I wanted to record to conserve my battery.”

Most importantly though, she gave the Saturday evening show her stamp of approval.

“I’ve attended a lot of concerts over my lifetime and this wins,” she said. “(Swift) does not stop going for over three hours. She is literally the top when it comes to performers.”

Next up, Swift will perform at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium on March 24 and March 25 where she’ll be joined by special guest opening acts beabadoobe and Gayle.

As for us, the FOMO lives on.

In the meantime, we’re living vicariously through Dove’s TikToks.

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