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How To Travel To The Taylor Swift’s Sydney Concerts This Weekend And Why It Is Essential To Arrive On Time

Taylor Swift will be performing in Sydney this weekend over four nights and it is set to be the event of the year.

But die-hard Swifties will need to meticulously plan their trip to Accor Stadium well ahead as Sydney Olympic Park will be be absolutely packed with 320,000 concert-goers.

Not only is Swift performing to a 80,000 strong crowd, blink-182 have two shows at neighbouring Quodos Bank Arena on Friday and Saturday nights. 

With combined crowds of over 100,000 plus on those nights alone, it is primed to set records for one of the most crowded concert weekends Homebush has ever seen. 

To avoid getting stuck in long delays, there are several transportation options.

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift will be performing in Sydney this weekend over four nights and it is set to be the event of the year

One option is to take the specially designed ERAS EXPRESS coach. 

ERAS EXPRESS is unique coach service which offers the ultimate fan experience where Swifties are free to have fun.

Launched by BlankSpaceTours , ERAS EXPRESS is a ride service fans can take to and from Taylor’s show at Accor Stadium from four major Sydney train stations.

Features include music, complimentary snacks and a chance to bond with fellow Swifties by trading friendship bracelets and belting out their favourite lyrics with their besties. 

The service is operating from four pick-up points – Central, Manly, Chatswood and Bondi Junction station and tickets are $75.

Over 200+ Swifties have purchased their tickets so far.

While early bird tickets have already gone, fans can save 10-15% on single and group final release tickets until midnight on  20 February using an extended promo code.

Tickets for the ERAS EXPRESS can be booked here.

Taylor Swift
But die-hard Swifties will need to meticulously plan their trip to Accor Stadium well ahead, as Sydney Olympic Park will be absolutely packed with hundreds of thousands of fans

Meanwhile, Transport NSW recommends concertgoers catch public transport to the event. 

Hundreds of additional bus and train services have been scheduled to accommodate fans, and as a bonus services will be free to Eras Tour ticketholders.

Swifties are advised not to drive their own cars in unless they already have pre-booked parking because all parking spots have been booked out.

Fans are also urged to arrive well before the gates open at 4:30pm to minimise the chances of arriving late. 

Taylor Swift
One option is to take the specially designed ERAS EXPRESS coach service. Launched by BlankSpaceTours , ERAS EXPRESS is a ride service fans can take to and from Taylor’s show at Accor Stadium from four train stations – Bondi Junction, Chatswood, Manly and Central

Big Brother star Tully Smyth took to Instagram to share her experience of attending a Swift concert in Melbourne, and offered advice for Sydney fans.

‘We aimed to get there at 5pm but we got there at 5:25pm. Traffic wasn’t too bad but you might want to allow some time to mingle outside the stadium,’ she began.

‘Go when gates open so you have plenty of time to check everyone’s outfits out, make friends, swap bracelets and find your spot.’

Swift will perform four concerts at Accor Stadium in Sydney on February 23, 24, 25, and 26. 

Taylor Swift
Big Brother star Tully Smyth took to Instagram to share her experience to attending a Swift concert in Melbourne, and offered advice for Sydney fans

By: JIMMY BRIGGS
Originally published at: Daily Mail



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