Taylor Swift is experiencing bad weather at concerts this season
Taylor Swift fans know this all too well Bad weather has plagued parts of the artist’s Eras Tour this year, but it’s not karma, but rather a sign of a record hot year and severe weather driven by an El Niño climate pattern.
Recently, the Cruel Summer singer postponed one of her concerts in Brazil after a fan died before her opening show in Rio de Janeiro.
“I can’t believe I’m writing these words, but it is with a broken heart to say that we lost a fan earlier the night before my show.” Swift wrote on Instagram After her concert. “I can’t even tell you how saddened I am by this. There is very little information I have other than the fact that she was so beautiful and so young.”
the Heat indexTemperatures, which combine the effects of heat and humidity, reached staggering levels near 140 degrees in Rio de Janeiro on Friday and Saturday. According to Reuters, And The National Institute of Meteorology reported Similar conditions occurred throughout most of the week.
Earlier in November, Swift rescheduled her concert in Buenos Aires due to severe storms passing through the Argentine capital.
Taylor Swift reschedules her concert in Buenos Aires amid “very chaotic” weather
Not all weather and natural events have made Swift’s fans angry.
The pop star and her fans were able to get away with a lot of that in Seattle at Lumen Field, where vibrations registered on a nearby seismometer.
western Washington University Professor geology Jackie Kaplan Auerbach said the concerts on July 22 and 23 caused a “monster earthquake,” referring to the seismic event that occurred at Lumen Field in 2011 when Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch scored a goal during a playoff game.
Taylor Swift concerts create seismic activity in Seattle
Over the summer, fans lived out their wildest dreams as they danced in the pouring rain during several stops on the Eras tour, including in Foxborough, Massachusetts, and Nashville, Tennessee.
“Last night we all danced together in the rain for the entire 3.5 hour show in Foxboro, MA!!” Swift wrote in
The magical rain dance began on the third night of her Nashville stop, where Swift said she and her tour members enjoyed “jumping in puddles all night.”
Swifties knew of the alarming forecast but told FOX Weather they were not deterred.
She opened her show in Cincinnati on July 1 an hour early due to “another weather event.”
The National Weather Service in Wilmington issued a hazardous weather forecast for the weekend between the two Swift parades.
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Swift performed her 44-song setlist across every weather curve this year, including record heat in the Southwest and South.
By late summer, Swift thought she had seen it all from Mother Nature. She declared the summer forecast “severe” in a video with the entire Eras Tour halted in the rain.