Here's How Taylor Swift Could Get to the 2024 Super Bowl Just One Day After 'Eras' Shows in Tokyo

The singer will be performing a four-night stint in Japan just before boyfriend Travis Kelce's big game.

Baby, let the games begin. Taylor Swift is gearing up for a whirlwind February as she kicks her Eras Tour back into high gear while boyfriend Travis Kelce is readying himself to play in the biggest game of the year

After Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs secured their Super Bowl LVIII slot, winning the AFC Championship over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, fans have been eager to find out whether Swift will be inside Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, to cheer him on during the Feb. 11 matchup. Swift has become a very familiar face at Kelce's games this season while on breaks from her Eras Tour, most recently embracing him in a kiss on the field after their win in Baltimore on Sunday. 

Swift enjoyed a two-month hiatus from touring over the holiday season before the upcoming overseas leg of her tour, which begins on Feb. 7 with a four-night stint in Tokyo, Japan. Swift will wrap her set of shows at the Tokyo Dome on Feb. 10, just one day before the 2024 Super Bowl. 

One user on X (formerly known as Twitter) did the travel calculations, speculating on how quickly Swift could travel back to the states to attend the big game. 

"Taylor Swift performs in Japan the night before the Super Bowl. It will end around 10pm Tokyo time (5 am Las Vegas time),' they wrote. "The flight from Tokyo to Vegas takes 12 hours, meaning Swift can arrive at 5pm local on the day before the Super Bowl, 25 hours, 35 mins before kickoff."

The Eras Tour will resume just days after the GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles, California, on Feb. 4. The 34-year-old songstress will be in attendance for the show as she is nominated in six categories, including Album of the Year for Midnights, along with Song of the Year and Record of the Year for its lead single, "Anti-Hero."

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The upcoming awards ceremony could prove to be a big moment for Swift. Should Midnights win Album of the Year when the GRAMMY trophies are handed out, she would secure her place above Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, and Paul Simon for the most wins in the category of all time. The 12-time GRAMMY winner already has a trio of Album of the Year wins under her belt for Fearless1989, and Folklore. With her latest Midnights nomination, Swift has already tied Barbra Streisand for the most nominations in the category with six. (Swift's albums Red and Evermore were also previously nominated.) 

Despite reports to the contrary, ET exclusively learned that Swift will not be performing at the GRAMMYs on account of her quick Eras Tour turnaround that week.

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After Japan, Swift is set to perform in Australia, Singapore, France, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland, and Austria. 

In the fall, she'll return to North America for shows in Miami, New Orleans, Indianapolis, Toronto, and Vancouver. 

"Taylor and Travis are doing really well," a source recently told ET. "They try to spend as much time as they can together. Travis also makes it a point to make sure Taylor feels as comfortable as possible at his home. They have discussed their future as a couple and are excited at the idea of it." 

The source added, "Right now, Travis is focused on Valentine's Day and wants to do something fun and special for Taylor." 



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