Travis Kelce Jets to Sydney to Support Taylor Swift on Eras Tour

Travis Kelce is reportedly set to reunite with his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, ahead of her upcoming show on the Eras Tour in Sydney.

Swift is scheduled to grace the stage at Sydney’s Accor Stadium from February 23, with performances continuing until February 26, before she embarks on the tour’s next leg in Singapore on March 2.

The Kansas City Chiefs’ tight end is jetting to Australia from the US to support Swift, 34, on her sold-out tour, according to People.

Kelce’s journey to Sydney follows his brief return to Las Vegas, where he indulged in a round of golf just a week after clinching his third Super Bowl victory with the Chiefs in Sin City.


Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are set to reunite on her Eras Tour in Sydney. Credit: Instagram.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are set to reunite on her Eras Tour in Sydney. Credit: Instagram.

The 34-year-old NFL star was seen at Wynn Las Vegas on Tuesday before jetting Down Under.

Meanwhile, Swift was spotted departing Melbourne aboard a private jet last Sunday, sporting her Chiefs hat and a diamond TNT bracelet, a nod to the initials of both her and Kelce, after wrapping up her stint in the city.

She wore a black and white Chiefs cap emblazoned with ‘Super Bowl Champions,’ commemorating Kelce’s team’s triumph over the San Francisco 49ers in the monumental game on February 11.

The singer’s TNT bracelet, sourced from Wove Made Inc., made a return appearance after its debut at the Chiefs’ AFC Championship game on January 28.

This custom accessory, mirroring that of her beau’s, was specially commissioned by Kelce himself from the Pennsylvania-based jewelry shop as a heartwarming surprise for the pop sensation late last year, as revealed by the brand.

Also on Tuesday, Swift was seen enjoying a dinner outing with Sabrina Carpenter, who is providing support for the Karma” singer throughout the duration of the tour.

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