Taylor Swift fans 'shaking' as they make realisation about Anfield gig on the 13th

Taylor Swift performing during her Eras Tour
Taylor Swift performing during her Eras Tour -Credit:AP

Swifties believe they're in for something very special when Taylor Swift arrives to perform in Anfield this year.

The American singer-songwriter will bring The Eras Tour to Liverpool for three nights from Thursday, June 13 to Saturday, June 15. Taylor Swift fans know that the singer loves leaving Easter eggs and hidden messages in her songs, music videos and social media content and they believe that she's teasing something massive for her concert in Liverpool.

According to her very loyal fanbase, the Anfield show on June 13 is the 100th show in The Eras Tour and Taylor loves to celebrate milestones with surprises. They also believe that the date the show falls on (13/6) is no coincidence as her lucky number is 13, and 6 also has significance.

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The number 13 has had a special significance, as she previously told MTV News: "I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks." For her first two concert tours, Taylor would also draw the number 13 on her hand with eyeliner before each show.

Some fans also believe the number 6 references to Taylor's 6th studio album, Reputation, which fans speculate might be the next to get a re-record. Fans are certain that this means something big is happening on Taylor's Anfield show.

Taylor Swift will bring her Eras Tour to Liverpool's Anfield Stadium on the 13 , 14 and 15 of June
Taylor Swift will bring her Eras Tour to Liverpool's Anfield Stadium on the 13 , 14 and 15 of June -Credit:AP

On TikTok, one fan said: "If you're seeing Taylor Swift at Anfield on Thursday the 13th of June do you realise what is happening? This is the 100th night of The Eras Tour. I'm not normally one for conspiracy theories and Easter eggs but something big is going to happen on this night. I know Paris had a good run but you guys are going to win I can tell."

On X, one fan said: "It has just come to my attention that Liverpool is the 100th show of The Eras Tour and it's on the 13th? Shaking in my boots man surely she has something up her sleeve." Another said: "I might be being delusional but I'm hoping my Taylor show gets Rep TV announcement because its 13/6 (Taylors half birthday) the 100th eras show date and the 6th month and rep is the 6th album."

A third commented: "guys my Taylor show is going to be the 100th show of the eras tour AND its on the 13th of the 6th month... I might die." While another added: "My show is on 6/13 and it is the 100th show of the eras tour. Like look at those numbers. Taylor I know you love numbers so pick my show plz xxx"

Are tickets still available for The Eras Tour?

The tour is sold out but people are being told to keep an eye on Ticketmaster and AXS for official tickets, as there's a chance fans who can no longer attend will resell theirs.

Third-party ticket sites such as Viagogo do have tickets listed but at more than triple the price of face value. Standing tickets cost £617 each whereas seated tickets are as much as £647 which includes restricted views.

Sites such as Vivid Seats allow fans to buy resale tickets from other fans. However, it is important to note many event promoters say tickets should not be resold after initial purchase and will not be valid for admittance to gigs.

Fans attending live events with tickets acquired through resale websites are advised to double-check the ticket terms and conditions at the point of sale - such as Ticketmaster or Live Nation - to ensure a smooth live event experience.

Tickets could be voided if they're found to be bought second-hand. As a result, fans are buying at their own risk. With that said, Viagogo also commented: "Viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the guarantee."

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