Taylor Swift is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter who has sold over 200 million records worldwide. She is currently on her “Eras Tour,” which will stop in Seattle. The tour will feature songs from all of Swift’s eras, from her country beginnings to her current pop sound.
Swift is a beloved figure in Seattle, and her concerts are always a sell-out. The shows are expected to draw over 100,000 fans to the city, which is sure to have a major impact on the local economy. If you’re a fan of Taylor Swift, you won’t want to miss her shows in Seattle. They are sure to be a memorable experience.
Where Is Taylor Swift Playing In Seattle 2023?
Taylor Swift is performing at Lumen Field in Seattle on July 22 and 23, 2023. The ‘Eras Tour’ will start at 6:30 pm on both days. The first opener is set to take the stage at 6:30 pm, and Taylor Swift will take the stage around 7:50 pm.
Doors open at 4:30 pm.
The general public on-sale for tickets began on May 13, 2023, at 10:00 am PT. Fans who have Taylor Swift’s American Express card can purchase tickets starting on May 10, 2023, at 10:00 am PT.
Lumen Field is located at 800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134. The stadium has a capacity of 69,127. Tickets for the Taylor Swift concert in Seattle are available for purchase on Ticketmaster.com.
Just had the best time in Denver!! And we got to be the first tour to play in that stadium 2 nights 😝 It’s really hitting me that we only have 3 cities left on the US Eras Tour. This has been my favorite adventure of all. I appreciate and cherish every second of it. See you 🔜… pic.twitter.com/f2NHc3hvhq
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) July 16, 2023
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Here are some tips for getting tickets to the Taylor Swift concert in Seattle:
- Be prepared to pay a premium. Tickets for Taylor Swift concerts are typically very expensive.
- Sign up for Taylor Swift’s mailing list. This will give you early access to tickets and other information about the tour.
- Follow Taylor Swift on social media. She often announces pre-sales and other ticket opportunities on her social media accounts.
- Be patient. Tickets for Taylor Swift concerts often sell out quickly. If you don’t get tickets the first time around, keep checking back. There may be tickets released closer to the concert date.
A Portland Swiftie Guide To Seattle
This week, a procession of Portland Swifties will make their way north to attend the Taylor Swift Eras Tour in Seattle. They will be decked out in bedazzled getups and white cowboy boots.
If you’re going, here’s what you should know.
Current situation: Seattle is the nearest choice for Portland fans who had to buy tickets to out-of-town gigs after Taylor Swift passed up the Rose City. On both Saturday and Sunday, she will put on a three-hour show. How to Get to the Stadium
Getting To The Stadium
- Lumen Field’s two parking lots are sold out, according to the stadium, so unless you’ve already paid for a spot you’re out of luck.
- King Station, where many Portland Swifties will end up if they take the Amtrak, is only a short walk from Lumen Field. If you’re on an early train to Seattle and plan to spend the day there and go to the concert at night, the Link Light Rail has two stations near the stadium. Download the Transit GO Ticket app to avoid long lines at pay stations.
- Rideshares such as Uber and Lyft are options, but it’ll get congested the closer you are to the stadium, so setting a dropoff spot even a little bit farther from Lumen Field is your best bet if you don’t mind walking.
- Lumen Field has bike parking near the NW corner of the stadium and under the bridge near T-Mobile Park. If you’re planning on taking a motorized scooter or bikeshare, please park it out of roads and walking paths.
- Although tailgating is popular among Swifties who were unable to snag tickets, it’s not allowed, but some venues are providing alternatives.
Where To Eat
Fill up on pizza and antipasto at downtown’s Bar Solea (a 13-minute walk from Lumen Field) or Vietnamese noodle soup and spring rolls at Pho Bac Sup Shop (an 18-minute walk).
After the show, stop into Zig Zag near Pike Place Market for a late-night cocktail and nibble, or Taku on Capitol Hill for a fried chicken burger and Japanese macaroni salad.
Before getting the train back to Portland, stop at General Porpoise and Hello Em Vit Coffee & Roastery for coffee and doughnuts. If you want to end the night with a sit-down brunch, Glo’s Cafe is a fantastic option for a cozy breakfast, or Oddfellows Cafe for something more upscale.
Pro tip: Call ahead to place orders or make appointments because many of the city’s great spots are expected to be crowded, especially with huge events in town.
I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know in the comment section if you have any other questions. Stay tuned to The Current Online for more updates on the Taylor Swift concert in Seattle.