Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour: Everything you need to know about her Argentina concerts

The pop sensation will be playing at River Plate’s Monument Stadium from November 9 to 11. Here’s how to enjoy the biggest show of the year

Swifties’ wildest dreams are about to be fulfilled. After months of anticipation, the Eras Tour is finally here. 

Taylor Swift will be performing from November 9 to 11 at River Plate’s Monumental Stadium, which has been transformed to accommodate the pop sensation’s army of fans. If you were one of the lucky few to secure a ticket, here’s everything you need to know to enjoy the biggest concert of the year. 

For starters, no football kits of any kind are allowed. Sadly, this includes Albiceleste shirts emblazoned with the number 13 to honor Taylor.

Mate is also prohibited during the Eras Tour performances, along with food, drink, stuffed animals, and musical instruments. The same goes for tents, which means the hundreds of fans who have been camping out at the stadium since June will have to pack theirs up or leave them behind.

Monumental Stadium has a capacity of 85,000, most of whom will be singing along with their idol. If your hearing is sensitive, you might consider bringing a pair of earplugs just in case. 

Ticket holders attending the Friday performance are likely in for a bit of weather and are advised to bring a rain jacket, as umbrellas will be confiscated at the gate. Swift is famous for her multi-hour sets, so remember to charge your phone beforehand. You wouldn’t want your phone to die while you’re uploading your photos to Instagram.

If you need to bring personal items like medication, be sure to secure them in a Ziploc bag. Although this isn’t the stated policy of Monumental Stadium, Swift has been known to impose some of her own, one of which is that these items are clearly visible to security.

Eras is Swift’s first world tour since 2018. Although the concert will feature music from her most recent album, 1989 (Taylor’s Version), she is expected to perform more than 40 songs from her entire discography.

Monumental Stadium is located on Presidente Figueroa Alcorta 7597 in Nuñez. VIPs will be able to enter the stadium at 3:00 p.m., and doors will open at 4 p.m. 

The Argentine artist Louta will perform at 7:00 p.m., followed by Sabrina Carpenter at 7:40 p.m. Swift is currently set to take the stage at 8:45 p.m., but if she’s a few minutes late, well, shake it off.


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