Taylor Swift Her second has been postponed Tour of the ages Concert in Rio de Janeiro.
Swift (33 years old) wrote on her Instagram account on Saturday, November 18, hours before the concert was scheduled to start: “I am writing this from my dressing room at the stadium.” “The decision has been made to postpone tonight’s show due to the extreme temperatures in Rio.”
“The safety and well-being of my fans, fellow showrunners and crew must always and will always come first,” she concluded.
Swift did not immediately announce the new concert date. She has another show in Rio scheduled for Sunday, November 19.
The Grammy winner performed at Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos in Brazil on Friday, November 17, amid a record-breaking heatwave. During the performance, many attendees felt overheated and began chanting water.
“There are people who need water,” Swift told security guards in footage from the show on social media, pausing her performance of “Champagne Issues” when she noticed a homemade sign with the request. “Whoever is responsible for giving them that should make sure it happens.”
Swift was later seen throwing a bottle of water to an audience member in the middle of her performance of “All Too Well (10 Minute Version).”
Before the show, a 23-year-old fan died, likely due to weather conditions. Swift issued a statement on Friday, noting that she was “overwhelmed with sadness” and “devastated.”
Swift set off on a leg in South America Tour of the ages Earlier this month in Argentina. She had to cancel her second night after a rainstorm flooded the stadium.
“I went down there hoping to see Taylor’s second show, but it rained – it was already thunder and lightning.” Travis Kelsey, who is currently dating Swift, said this during the Wednesday, November 15, episode of his “New Heights” podcast. “She wasn’t very happy about that.”
“She kind of takes pride in how she performs through the weather and the rain and things like that,” Kelsey, 34, added. But when it’s not safe for her, her crew, and everyone on the field, you gotta do what you gotta do.
Swift – who is known for appearing on stage on all of her concert tours – went out to dinner with Kelsey that night, but they “moved on.” [themselves]”.
“The first night I was there the only chance I had was to go to dinner,” the Kansas City Chiefs running back said Wednesday. “It was the night the show was postponed, so we didn’t want to go and enjoy all over town – like we didn’t care about the show – so we made sure we stayed in the hotel and kept it to ourselves.”