Taylor Swift conveniently attended all of Travis Kelce’s playoff games, as the singer was on a break from her Erasure tour. But it is going to be very difficult for him to participate in the Super Bowl to be held in Las Vegas on February 11.
Swift will play Tokyo from February 7-10 for her first shows. After this she will go to Melbourne, Australia to play there on 16 February. A source confirmed this on January 29 page six Swift will be at Kelce’s Super Bowl on February 10, despite being in Japan. “It’s a brutal flight, but she’ll board her plane right after the concert,” the source said.
So is it really possible for Kelce to make the Super Bowl if he’s playing on the other side of the world on February 10? The answer is yes…and because of the time difference it’s not as hard as you might think.
How Swift Can Get From Tokyo to Vegas for the Super Bowl
Time is actually on Swift’s side here. Tokyo is 17 hours ahead of Las Vegas. Swift’s show is about three and a half hours long. The show starts there at 6 p.m., and Swift has not announced an opener yet, according to her website.
If you give Swift a generous estimate and say she’ll be done by midnight on February 11, it will still be 7 a.m. on February 10 in Vegas. Flight-wise, according to The Athletic, it could take him about 10 hours to fly from Tokyo to Vegas; There is a distance of 5,548 miles between the cities’ airports.
If we’re generous and say she leaves at 1am Tokyo time on February 11 (8am Vegas time on February 10), then she’ll land in Vegas on February 10 with plenty of time. Swift will have to deal with extreme jet lag, but she could easily go on Super Bowl day to support her partner. (The Athletic also reports that Swift could also do this if she is unable to land in Vegas due to heavy air traffic and needs to land in Los Angeles and fly from there to Vegas.)
The Super Bowl begins at 3:30 p.m. Vegas time.
Has Swift committed to going to the Super Bowl?
Swift has not commented, but ESPN’s Ian Rapoport reports from his sources that she will. “Without a doubt, the biggest question in this game: If the Chiefs win, will Taylor Swift be in the Super Bowl?” Rapoport said on NFL GameDay, per daily Mail, “Sources say yes.”
page six On January 29, it was reported that Swift would also attend. To make it up, Swift would “get on her plane right after the concert” in Tokyo on February 10, a source said.
Has Kelce paid attention to Swift’s plans?
He talked a little during the pre-game press conference earlier in the week. He suggested that his arrival was not 100 percent certain. Kelce was asked if Swift gave her a Super Bowl pep talk: “No,” she said, via Excessive, ,Her focus is on entertaining the crowd… I know she’s in Japan, Tokyo… so she’s just working on entertaining them, making sure she’s ready for her performance and everything Is. Super Bowl (she’ll worry about whether she can make it).
The Japanese Embassy commented on their plans on social media.
On Friday, February 2, the Japanese Embassy shared its view on Swift’s plans, releasing a statement on social media in reference to Swift’s albums. It seems Japan loves Easter eggs as much as she does.
“The Embassy of Japan in the United States is aware of recent media reports regarding steps Taylor Swift would have to take to travel from Tokyo to Las Vegas after her concert on February 10 to watch the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. Can be seen playing in LVIII. ,” he shared on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“Despite the 12-hour flight and 17-hour time difference, the Embassy can confidently Speak now All this to say that if she departs Tokyo the evening after her concert, she should arrive in Las Vegas in comfort before the Super Bowl begins,” it continued.
“We know a lot of people in Japan are excited to experience Taylor Swift’s Erasure Tour, so we wanted to confirm that anyone concerned can fearless Knowing that this talented artist can mesmerize Japanese audiences and still go to Las Vegas to support the Chiefs when they take the field to wear a Super Bowl. Red.”