Taylor Swift thanks “glorious” Irish crowds after sold-out gigs

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We think it’s safe to say that Taylor Swift was the name on everyone’s lips over the weekend.

She played three sold-out gigs in the Aviva Stadium, making it the first time a singer has sold out the stadium three nights in a row.

Now she has thanked the crowds for going wild for her.

And it’s safe to say that they went wild.


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She shared some snaps of her on stage in the Aviva, thanking fans for spending the weekend with her.

“I knew as soon as I saw the first Dublin crowd on Friday night that we were in for a wild weekend…” she wrote.

“The spirit of those 3 glorious crowds embodied fun and joy and exuberance, and we just felt so lucky to be there. The Irish fans made us feel so at home, so welcome in every way. Still smiling thinking about it now.”

Well, we hope she stays smiling forever!

@sarahdurnin0 Enchanted to meet you ✨✨ Our lucky girl getting the 22 hat 🥹 Magical night. #22hat #erastour #Dublin #N2 #taylorswift ♬ enchanted 1989 tour – swiftieoath

She enjoyed her short time in Ireland as she headed for a party at the Hacienda Bar on Little Mary Street alongside her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, Fleetwood Mac singer, Stevie Nicks, her opening act, Paramore as well as some of her dancers and musicians.

The owner of the Hacienda Bar Shay Duignan told RTÉ News: “They were lovely. We were delighted to have them. It was a late one.”

They also wrote on their Facebook: “Great to welcome Taylor Swift with all her musicians and dancers to the Hacienda last night. Special to also welcome Superbowl champion Travis Kelce, the legendary Stevie Nicks and Paramore.

“It was such a warm and genuinely friendly night, we did not request our ‘usual’ Hacienda photo so as to allow Taylor and friends the chance to properly relax and enjoy their well-deserved time off.”

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