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How Anfield will look for Taylor Swift tour as drone footage shows Liverpool transformation

Anfield stadium transforming ahead of Taylor Swift Eras Tour concert
-Credit: (Image: Mister Drone UK)


The Premier League season is over, and many of Liverpool's players are either preparing for Euro 2024, Copa America 2024, or enjoying their holidays after a campaign of 58 games across four competitions.

However, Anfield doesn't get to rest with Liverpool's stadium being prepared for more use, as US megastar Taylor Swift is bringing her Eras Tour concert to Merseyside Swift will play three concerts at Anfield, from Thursday June 13 to June 15 with thousands of fans in attendance.

The global Eras tour kicked off in March 2023 in Arizona, before heading across the United States and Europe. The Liverpool shows will be her 100th of the tour, and a big surprise is expected to mark the occasion.

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Ahead of Swift's arrival on Merseyside, Mister Drone UK has been to Anfield and posted a video showing the stadium's progress from a football arena to a musical one. You can watch the video here, with the footage showing there is still some way to go before its completion.

One individual commented on the video, saying: "We've still got a lot of work to be done on the perimeter of the pitch which will take a couple of days to complete.

"The stage will be transported from Scotland arriving on Monday hopefully. It will then get dismantled and transported to Taylor Swift's next venue before we go through the whole procedure again with the stage that will be used for Pink two concerts.

"Check out the club's seating plan for the Taylor Swift concert which gives a good indication of just how big the stage is, even more so with the catwalk section that extends to the half way line."

Liverpool.com says: It'll be interesting to see how Anfield looks by the time the concerts roll around, and the city will be flooded with excitement with the influx of Swift fans in the coming week. It will be spectacular few days and should bring a financial boost to the Reds.