Monday , July 26 2021

Ready for it? Everything you need to know before Tailor Svift's Auckland show



Tailor Svift will hold its first stadium icon in Auckland tomorrow evening. Joanna Hunkin showed the show in Sydney to reflect on what will come.

As huge fireballs shoot at the night sky, it's clear that Tailor Svift means a job. Most performers save the flame throw and pyrotechnics for their big finals – but not Tailor. Only two songs in the Reputations Tour show, it brings heat – both literally and figuratively – while a huge flame exploded above a high degree.

Opening last year chart … ready for this? Svift begins by performing a high octane that never slows down, because it works its way through a comprehensive list of sets, with 13 songs from Reputations album, along with their biggest hits.

Tomorrow will be the first time Svift has ever played a stadium show in New Zealand – and she was thinking a lot about a super-event.

As fans enter the Mt Smart Stadium tomorrow night, they will be greeted with a wireless electronic bracelet, which will change colors all night, making the audience a part of the theater performance.

At some point in the night Tailor Svift plays on the big fountain on the scene. Photo / Getti Images
At some point in the night Tailor Svift plays on the big fountain on the scene. Photo / Getti Images

This, Svift later explains, is that she can see each fan "moving, dancing and jumping" during the night.

When Love story at the beginning of the process it is ringing, the sea of ​​soft pink lights dives into the crowd, repeating the sweet, easy time when Svift was still a teenager, making songs about young love.

The performance is divided into seven parts, with short intervals between enabling Swift and her team to change clothes and setup. Every work carries an impressive surprise – whether it's a giant snake (to follow the throwing of Kanie Look what you did to me) or the silver skeleton cage that Svift brings over the top of the crowd, delivering it to the secondary scene in the middle of the stadium.

There she delivered the night's biggest band, joined her first guest – the British singer Charlie KSCKS and NZ's Georgian notebook from Brood – who helped the Swift Shake It Off with unpleasant pleasure. It's a magical moment, followed by another statement, as Svift takes her guitar to sing the sound version 22 – one of her favorite hits.

Tailor Swift called Charlie KSCKS (left) and George Nott from Broods (right) to join her on stage to make her biggest hit, Shake It Off. Photo / Getti Images
Tailor Swift called Charlie KSCKS (left) and George Nott from Broods (right) to join her on stage to make her biggest hit, Shake It Off. Photo / Getti Images

It is a rare moment of calmness in the windshield, which sees Svift accompanied by a talented reserve singer, who dance dance as they sang.

Fully choreographed as a whole, all about this show is being trained and polished – including Swift's voice interventions. This is probably the only disappointing tour – the lack of spontaneity or readiness to leave the script, even for a moment.

But with so many songs and stops, it's a small complaint that can be easily forgiven. Especially when Svift gives the audience its signature is hinted and launched into another favorite audience.

Svift is open due to the fact that this is her first global tour of the stadium and she wanted to be as special as possible for her fans. With 30-inch displays adapted to every detail, it certainly did everything to make sure that no one missed the moment.

Rain did not jeopardize Tailor Svift's enthusiasm in Sydney, as it warmly welcomed its fans. Photo / Getti Images
Rain did not jeopardize Tailor Svift's enthusiasm in Sydney, as it warmly welcomed its fans. Photo / Getti Images

If you are thinking of taking the young Tailor Svift, here are some things to notice before you hit the "shopping".

Although Tailor Svift music is absolutely friendly to the family, its music appeals to a diverse group of people, and Svift Armi is intense in its commitment. Be prepared to share the stadium with some colorful characters – many of whom intend to take advantage of most of the night, celebrating with a few bevvies and shaking their racks.

The fair was officially sitting, but nobody would sit, so small children would try to look at the action.

Also keep in mind, the Swift set is full for two hours, then from Broods (which will appear on the stage only after 20h) and Charlie KSCKS, whose sets will begin at about 19 hours. Charlene's music and theater persona is also a little more dangerous than Swift.

In Sydney, the Swift set was delayed for almost an hour, as the thunderstorm caused problems. In the end, Svift took the scene into the rainwater before he finally finished 11.30. It's been a long time for someone to stand in the rain, let alone children.

By the time you take part in traffic problems or by public transport, you will be happy that you are at home and in the bed many hours ago. It's a late evening for the small, and the Sydney ANZ Stadium was full of girls who were overly tired of children who lost their conspiracy. You are warned.

Svift joins an army of furious singers and dancers on stage. Photo / Getti Images
Svift joins an army of furious singers and dancers on stage. Photo / Getti Images

OKAY

Public transport is free for all Tailor Cardholders and we recommend that you use this.

Due to Swift's young fanbase, a lot of concerts will leave their parents and collect after the show. In Sydney, this led to a gridlock, with all the roads around the stadium stalled for more than an hour. At best, it's a nasty waste of time. In the worst case scenario, it's a mighty expensive Uber ride.

Buses with special events will run from 16.30, and the fans will be restored from the following stations:

• Albani A platform (stop 4228)
• Constellation Platform A (stops 4222)
• Sunninook A platform (stop 3219)
• Smales farm platform A (stop 3360)
• Platform A Akoranga A (stop 4065)

Buses will also go from city to Mt Smart Stadium, starting at 19:45, starting from the temporary bus stop at Kuai St, between Commerce St. and Gore St.

LOVDOVN:
Who: Tailor Svift with the support of Charlie KSCKS and Broods
What: Reputation Stadium Tour
Where: Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
When: The gates are open tomorrow at 5:00
Plus: Tickets from Ticketmaster


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