Taylor Swift fans get sneak preview of Eras Tour shows as sound checks take place

Taylor Swift fans have gotten a sneak preview of the Eras Tour shows kicking off in Edinburgh tomorrow
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Taylor Swift fans have gotten a sneak preview of what is to come when the superstar takes over Edinburgh tomorrow night.

Eagle-eyed Swifties have clocked a sound-checking being performed of some of the singing sensations biggest tunes outside Murrayfield Stadium.

Hundreds of the dedicated fans have been based outside the home of Scottish rugby over the past two days as they gear up for the start of hit Eras Tour.

And fans could hear the Love Story singer's band running through tracks, 'The Man, 'Fearless', 'Fortnight' and 'Anti Hero,' ahead of the Friday's gig.

One super-fan captured a clip of the tracks booming out from the huge ground, which will be packed with an estimated 220,000 revellers over three sold-out nights.

The clips taken by Eve, were filmed whilst fellow fans were stood outside the ground queuing for what is presumed to be the Eras Tour merchandise hub.

The videos were shared on X, and were also shared by the official Eras Tour UK & Ireland X page, which confirmed that the US popstar is sound checking at Murrayfield Stadium tonight.

One dedicated fan, who had travelled all the way from the US for the Edinburgh show, has told the Record how she couldn't hear the star singing, but loved hearing the rehearsal.

The fan said: "I heard the Eras Tour soundtrack earlier, it was really cool. So we only heard the band, she was probably in there, but it was super cool we heard the song 'Fearless' and it was cool and we were debating whether or not it was her in there.

"It was just really cool."

The fan Buffalo, New York said they had travelled nearly 3,500 miles to see her hero perform after they couldn't snap up tickets for the nearest show in Toronto.

Swiftmania has taken over the Scots capital with hundreds of thousands of festival goers expected to travel to the capital stadium over the course of the weekend.

Organisers had earlier warned on Thursday, June 6, that Swifties should not camp outside of the venue the night before gigs due to area being mainly residential.

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