My Taylor Swift Experience!(First Concert)

  Less than 2 weeks ago, I was privileged enough to be able to go to a Taylor Swift concert. My family and I headed in to Manchester for the sparkling night ahead of us and with out a doubt she surpassed all of our expectations. As you all know, I am a major Swiftie and if you follow me on Twitter or Pinterest (if you don’t you totally should, the button is to the right of this) you could probably grasp that from my account. So when we arrived at the arena, we took our seats in block 207, I didn’t think the seats would be that good but they were awesome! Just as we had made our way through the thousands of fans, Vance Joy began to play, to begin with I didn’t know many songs but they sounded incredible and he certainly got the crowd going. Then it was time for Taylor to make her entrance which was may I add, spectacular! The whole night was amazing and the Taylor put on a great show. Considering I wasn’t born in 1989 You could get a feel for the 80’s kind of vibe. Wrist bands were given to every audience member to wear during the performance and they were all synced so that when an important beat was hit they would flash up in unison. My sister and I made our own t-shirts which were posted to twitter by @SimplySFans which just topped the whole experience off! We were so proud of our homemade shirts that we thought we had a really good chance of getting in to Loft ‘89 but when we saw what everyone else was wearing we knew that the chance was very slim. The whole first concert madness was thrilling and I just wish I  could go back and do it all over again! “This night is sparkling, don’t you let it go.”~ Taylor Swift, Enchanted.

Attached below are some pictures of the night if you are interested.

Ellie xx

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A young blogger from the North West of England, blogging about everything from Fashion and Beauty to Education and Travel. Hoping to start a career in the language industry very soon!

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