With Taylor Swift’s concerts only days away – we have a list of everything you need to know.
Taylor will play Croke Park this coming Friday and Saturday, with Camila Cabello and Charli XCX as her support acts.
A few tickets are left for both nights, and prices range from €74.50 to €144.00, depending on the seats.
But if you’re one of the lucky few who have already nabbed a ticket to the concert, then we have you covered.
As Croke Park is in a residential area, people have been advised not to queue too early for the concert and be respectful of nearby residents.
Gates open at 5pm, but the first performance doesn’t kick off until 6:45pm.
Charli XCX will be the first performer, and then at 7.25pm Camila Cabello will be on.
Camila will perform until Taylor comes on stage at 8:15pm. Taylor’s performance is set to last just over two hours with a curfew set for 11pm.
Unfortunately, the great summer weather we had last week will not be back for the concert, so wrap up warm.
Friday evening is set to be cloudy with a low chance of rain, while Saturday is set to be heavy rain with possible chance of lightning, so be safe!
What NOT To Bring
Concert-goers are being advised to bring as little as possible. Backpacks and large handbags are not allowed in the concert.
MCD productions released a statement about bringing luggage to the event saying, “To ensure as smooth an access as possible and to avoid any unnecessary delays we strongly suggest that you bring as little as possible with you to the event and minimise jackets and additional layers when possible.
“To avoid disappointment do not bring backpacks or larger handbags, you may be refused admission to the venue without a refund.”
“We recommend if you are bringing personal bag, purses or clutch bag, you should only bring those of smaller sizes i.e. those measuring 4.5in/11.4cm x 6.5in/16.51cm or smaller will be allowed. We will also conduct additional further security searches of clothing, bags and other items, as determined by us in our reasonable discretion, including on entry and exit.”
— MCD Productions (@mcd_productions) June 12, 2018
As far as the set list goes, Taylor has gone back to her roots, performing many songs from her previous albums, aswell as new songs from her ‘Reputation’ album.
Here’s the set list below:
1. “…Ready For It?”
2. “I Did Something Bad”
5. “Love Story”
6. “You Belong With Me”
7. “Look What You Made Me Do”
8. “End Game”
9. “King of My Heart”
11. “Shake It Off”
12. “Dancing With Our Hands Tied”
13. “All Too Well”
14. “Blank Space”
16. “Bad Blood”
17. “Should’ve Said No”
18. “Don’t Blame Me”
19. “Long Live”
20. “New Year’s Day”
21. “Getaway Car”
22. “Call It What You Want”
23. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
24. “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”
All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult, its best to bring ID with you if you’re over 16 just in case.
Standing tickets are only available to persons aged 14 and over. Under 14’s will not be permitted on the pitch standing either accompanied or unaccompanied.
No 14 to 16-year-olds will be allowed on the pitch unless accompanied by an adult.
People have been advised to take public transport to the concert, to prevent a build up of cars.
If getting the DART, concert goers have been advised to take the Dart to Connolly Station, because Croke Park is just a 15 minute walk from there.
Take the Luas Red Line to Connolly Station and Croke Park is just a 15 minute walk from there.
If walking to Croke Park, the venue is 30 minutes from the city centre on foot.