Posted: 4:08 pm PST, November 11, 2023
One day after landing in Argentina, Travis Kelce has been seen partying like it was 1989 while enjoying Taylor SwiftEras Tour concert in front of a packed crowd at the Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires.
The Kansas City Chiefs star was photographed standing tall and proud while attending the show. Eagle-eyed Swifties took to social media to share a photo, which appears to show him in a tent alongside Swift’s father, Scott Kingsley Swift.
Kelce’s appearance comes after the “Anti-Hero” singer was forced to reschedule the second night of their three-show stay in Argentina on Friday due to weather.
“I love a show in the rain, but I will never put my fans, fellow artists, or crew in danger,” Swift wrote on Instagram on Friday. “We have rescheduled tonight’s show in Buenos Aires for Sunday because the weather is so chaotic that it would be unsafe to try to perform this concert. The good news is that I will be able to stay longer in Argentina!”
Kelce landed in Argentina after departing Kansas City on Thursday night. Her arrival in South America occurred shortly after attended Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes’15 and Mahomies Foundation Gala. After Friday’s show was postponed, Swift and Kelce I enjoyed dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel in Buenos Aires. They were holding hands as they entered the restaurant, with fans applauding and cheering on the adorable couple.
Kelce first attended Swift’s Eras Tour in July at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs, where he attempted (but failed) to give the singer a friendship bracelet.
“I was disappointed that he didn’t talk before or after his shows because he has to save his voice for the 44 songs he sings,” the Chiefs tight end shared in his new heights podcast in July. “So it hurt me a little bit that I couldn’t give him one of the bracelets I made him.”
Your mission? Give Swift her number, which was inscribed on the friendship bracelet she wanted to give him.
Kelce would eventually invite Swift to a game in Kansas City. She accepted the invitationand the rest is history.