Pop sensation Taylor Swift finds herself in a decent spot as her boyfriend, Chiefs tight finish Travis Kelce, leads Kansas Metropolis to Tremendous Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on February 11. An avid supporter, Swift has been a continuing presence at playoff video games, cheering on Kelce and the group. Nonetheless, this time, her dedication to a scheduled efficiency in Tokyo only a day earlier than the Tremendous Bowl poses a logistical problem.
Swift, presently on her formidable “The Eras Tour,” will probably be wrapping up the ultimate leg in Tokyo on Saturday evening, simply hours earlier than the kickoff in Las Vegas. Tokyo being 17 hours forward provides an extra layer of complexity to her already tight schedule. The live performance, scheduled to start out at 6 p.m. native time, may probably finish round 5 a.m. Saturday in Las Vegas.
Swift has live shows in Tokyo and Australia that week
The bodily journey from Tokyo to Las Vegas takes round 11 to 12 hours, an element Swift may probably handle provided that she is not flying industrial. Nonetheless, the true query is whether or not Swift will undertake such a grueling journey, given her already demanding week. With exhibits in Tokyo every single day main as much as Saturday, Swift faces the prospect of a whirlwind journey, solely to carry out in Australia the next Friday.
Amidst the excitement, American Airways has joined the narrative by including a particular flight from Kansas Metropolis to Las Vegas for the Tremendous Bowl. With the flight quantity 1989, referencing Swift’s beginning 12 months and one among her albums, and the return flight numbered 87, paying homage to Kelce’s jersey quantity, the airline provides a playful contact to the unfolding story.
Because the Tremendous Bowl approaches, all eyes are on Taylor Swift, not only for her anticipated efficiency in Tokyo but in addition for the potential journey that would see her making it to the sport, proving that the attract of a Tremendous Bowl is highly effective sufficient to problem even the busiest schedules.