Confirmed: Taylor Swift Can Make It To Super Bowl In Las Vegas After Tokyo Concert

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Written By Eli Hershkovich | Last Updated
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Following Kansas City’s victory over Baltimore in the AFC Championship game, the most pressing question left for the NFL season was (partially) answered. Will she attend the Super Bowl? Taylor Swift’s boyfriend, also known as Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, will play in Super Bowl 58. Yet, Swift’s presence at the Big Game has not been confirmed. Let’s investigate whether the Taylor Swift Tokyo concert will prevent her from heading to Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11.

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Taylor Swift Tokyo: No Travel Snafu?

Swift’s final concert in Tokyo kicks off at 6 p.m. local time on Saturday, Feb. 10. It’s 17 hours ahead of Las Vegas, which is equivalent to 1 a.m. PST — the (early) morning before Super Bowl 58.

No openers have been announced for her Tokyo tour dates as of this publishing. Assuming that doesn’t change, she could feasibly begin her set closer to 6 p.m. Since her concerts are typically three and a half hours, she would theoretically end her show around 9:30 p.m.

The closest airport to the Tokoyo Dome, the site of her tour in Japan, is Haneda Airport. It’s a roughly 25-minute drive. If Swift uses one of her private jets, she could leave Toky around 10:30 p.m. and arrive at roughly 4 p.m. in Vegas on Feb. 10 — one full day before the game.

According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Swift planned on watching Kelce in person even before the Chiefs stamped their ticket to the main event. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, as she’s a regular at Chiefs games this season. Unless there’s a significant travel delay or unavailability for jets to land in Sin City, the Taylor Swift Tokoyo tour is unlikely to prevent her from cheering on Kelce at Allegiant Stadium.

A ‘Swift’ Bump

There were reportedly over 50 million viewers for the Chiefs’ divisional-round win over the Bills. The exact number of “Swifties” tuning is unknown. Nielsen, the television ratings service, generated a record-setting 115.1 million viewers for Super 57, and her attendance could make an impact this time around. Sportsbooks are going to want in on the fun, too.

Look for some fun props that involve T-Swift in some way, but these might not be available in every state.

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