Candlelight Concerts brings the magic of a Taylor Swift musical experience to awe-inspiring locations never before used for this purpose in Dublin.
The Taylor Swift Candlelight Experience takes place tomorrow evening, Friday June 30 and there are a few remaining tickets on the Fever Dublin website for fans who want to satisfy their Taylor craving while waiting for ticket sales for the Dublin 2024 gigs to go on sale.
Loyal fans may have thought they had experienced every manifestation of Taylor’s music but they are in for a treat with the Castle String Quartet performing a string of her hits by candlelight in the stunning architecture of an iconic local venue, The O’Reilly Theatre.
The programme includes the following hits:
· Lavender Haze
· Love Story
· Blank Space
· We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
· All Too Well
· Wildest Dreams
· I Knew You Were Trouble
· You Belong With Me
· Shake It Off
Meanwhile, further afield, Air New Zealand will delight thousands of Taylor Swift fans with the announcement of over 2,000 additional seats added to its network. The surge in demand follows the recent revelation of Taylor Swift’s Australian tour dates, prompting Kiwi Swifties to look beyond New Zealand’s borders for an opportunity to experience the pop superstar live in concert.
The airline will introduce new return flights from Wellington, Christchurch, and Auckland to Sydney and Melbourne, and also increase the seating capacity on existing flights. To add an element of surprise and delight for fans, Air New Zealand has even given some of the new flights the unique designation ‘NZ1989,’ referencing the year of Taylor Swift’s birth.
Acknowledging the enthusiasm among Taylor Swift’s loyal New Zealand fanbase, Air New Zealand’s Chief Customer and Sales Officer, Leanne Geraghty, expressed the airline’s commitment to catering to the needs of these devoted fans.
“When the tour dates for Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated Eras Tour were released last week, we witnessed a remarkable surge in demand during the final day of our Tasman sale, with over 3,500 Kiwis booking flights to coincide with the concert dates,” Ms Geraghty said. “Now, as the general release approaches, we anticipate another wave of travel demand. To accommodate more Swifties in reaching Australia, we have decided to add over 2,000 seats around the concert dates, allowing fans to travel in ‘Style’ with Air New Zealand.”