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Taylor Swift has been the biggest cheerleader for Travis Kelce throughout the Kansas City Chiefs‘ journey making to the 2024 Super Bowl. The Chiefs are facing off against the San Francisco 49ers at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 11, but there’s a chance Travis’ famous girlfriend might not make it to the big game. After going to almost every Chiefs game during the regular season and the playoffs, Taylor, 34, has her work cut out for her if she wants to watch Travis, 34, play in Super Bowl LVIII.
Taylor is going back to touring on her Eras Tour after having several months off. Her first international stop is Tokyo, Japan where she has four shows from February 7 until February 10 — the day before the Super Bowl. One would think that Taylor’s tour schedule would make it impossible for her to travel to the game after performing on the other side of the world. But remember, this is Taylor Swift we’re talking about it!
Taylor can technically make it to the Super Bowl after her final concert in Japan. Her show is scheduled to start at 6 pm in Tokyo and will likely end by 10 pm. But because of the 17 hour time change between Tokyo and Las Vegas, the “Style” singer has plenty of time to fly back to the U.S. If she leaves right after her concert and takes the 11/12 hour flight to Nevada, she’d land in Las Vegas sometime on Saturday night. The Super Bowl doesn’t begin until the following day, on Sunday, February 11 at 3:30 pm PT.
Taylor Swift hugs Travis Kelce after the Chiefs beat the Ravens on January 28 (Photo: Mike Buscher/Cal Sport Media/CSM/Shutterstock)
So, we know it’s possible for Taylor to make it to the Super Bowl. But the big question is: will she actually go? The answer is most likely yes, considering she rarely misses seeing her boyfriend play on the football field. Plus, the next show on her tour after her final concert in Tokyo isn’t until Friday, February 16 in Melbourne, which gives her enough time to leave Las Vegas and make it to Australia.
Taylor was most recently at the AFC Championship game between the Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, January 28. The “Love Story” singer went on the field to celebrate the Chiefs win after the game. Taylor and Travis kissed in front of all the cameras in the mist of the massive crowd. Taylor even seemingly told her boyfriend, “I love you,” during the romantic moment! Only time will tell if they have a similar interaction at the 2024 Super Bowl.