Taylor Swift arrives in Brazil for a series of shows starting next Friday (17). The six performances are sold out, so the question for fans who didn’t get tickets is: can you watch Taylor’s shows on TV?
The answer is no! Unfortunately, Taylor Swift’s shows in Brazil will not be broadcast on television. The singer arrives in Rio de Janeiro for her first performance this Friday (17), at the Nilton Santos stadium (Engenhão). The blonde (as she is called by Brazilians) continues in Rio during the weekend, where she performs two more performances on Saturday (18) and Sunday (19). Afterwards, she heads to São Paulo, where she performs on the 24th, 25th and 26th at Allianz Parque.
But the show not being broadcast live doesn’t mean you can’t watch – in a sense – a Taylor Swift concert. The alternative that many fans found to feel the emotion of the presentation is through the cinema. The film “Taylor Swift – The Eras Tour” had its premiere in Brazil on November 3rd and was sold out in many of the sessions.
The good news is that the film is still showing and you can search for the nearest cinemas to check available times, as well as ticket prices.
Check out the trailer for Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour”:
Fans gave themselves completely and many shared the recordings on social media. It was a good way out for those who were unable to guarantee their presence at the shows or for those looking to live the experience on the big screen, with friends and other admirers of the artist.
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This will be Taylor’s first world tour in Brazil and promises to bring together the main hits from each album in her career, with more than 3 hours of show. The artist passed through Argentina at the beginning of the month and was surprised by the excitement of her Latin fans.
Source: CNN Brasil
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