Students who attended said it was one of the best concerts they have ever seen.
“The concert was incredible,” Jess Walker, a junior business and geology major, said. “They had massive mega-screens that made it easy for everyone to see Taylor and everyone had light up wristbands that glowed and sparkled which made the crowd feel in touch with the music.”
Sam Hudson, a junior business major, said these wristbands lit up to the beat of the songs and made the crowd come to life.
Swift’s concerts have included special guests Vance Joy and Shawn Mendes. On Saturday, she surprised the audience with an extra guest, Ellie Goulding.
“My favorite part of the concert was when she brought out Ellie Goulding,” Hudson said. “They sang ‘Love Me Like You Do,’ and it was awesome.”
Students who attended said they have been Taylor Swift fans for a long time.
“Ever since I heard ‘Love Story’ in eighth-grade I’ve been a fan,” junior political science major Clay Meenan said.
“I’ve been a T-Swizzle fan forever,” junior economics major Tucker Seals said. “‘Our Song’ is the best. I jam out to her daily.”
Last night’s audience included men and women of all ages who are Taylor Swift fans.
“Being a male made it better,” Seals said. “Seeing her in person was just the best. We all sang along to every song and had a great time.”
Taylor Swift is a seven-time Grammy winner and the only artist to have an album hit the one million first-week sales figure three times.
“Every song Taylor sang was a hit, which made the concert all the more entertaining, and her outfits were incredible,” Walker said.
Several students who attended said they would definitely attend another Taylor swift concert in the future.
“I would attend every Taylor Swift concert if I could,” Seals said.
“She was just an incredible performer,” Hudson said.