Croke Park, Dublin: Tonight Friday 15th & Tomorrow Saturday 16th June, 2018. Click here to view available tickets.
Plus very special guests, Camila Cabello & Charli XCX
Gates open - 17:45pm
Charli XCX - 18:30pm
Camila Cabello - 19:15pm
Followed by Taylor Swift
PATRONS ARE ADVISED TO BE AT THE VENUE IN SUFFICIENT TIME – PLEASE ALLOW ADEQUATE TIME FOR TRAVEL AND DELAYS


Heading to Taylor Swift in Croke Park on June 15th & 16th? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions ahead of her 2 highly anticipated Dublin shows next month below.
TAYLOR SWIFT FAQ’S – CROKE PARK 2018
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Check out this weeks press conference to find out all you need to know on the upcoming Croke Park shows below: For full information on this weekend's shows, you can download our new Evntz App here. You can book travel, view stage times, venue maps & much more. 



Taylor Swift bring's her highly anticipated Reputation Stadium tour to Dublin this weekend on Friday 15th & Saturday 16th on June for 2 unmissable shows with very special guests, Camila Cabello & Charli XCX. Taylor kicked off the European leg of her tour in Manchester's Etihad Stadium last weekend. Check out these amazing live reviews below.



TAYLOR SWIFT REPUTATION STADIUM TOUR – UK & IRELAND LEG: LIVE REVIEWS


THE DAILY TELEGRAPH – 5/5 STARS

“A triumphant mix of power and intimacy.”
“She simultaneously reminded us of the humour and zeal she brought to pop music while showing what a graduation she has made during her time away.”
“Swift's talent lies in her songwriting; she can emulsify a heartbreak in a sentence.”

“While Reputation’s juddering heft easily filled this cavernous space, what was more impressive was that Swift managed to create the intimacy that has always personified her work.”
“Proof, if there ever was, that the Old Taylor isn’t dead - she’s just grown up.”
“Channelling a power into mighty melodies that rang out across a crowd of 50,000.”
“Swift has become a record-breaking stadium artist, beating revenue and attendance figures previously held by One Direction and U2.”

THE INDEPENDENT – 5/5 STARS

“Dazzling pop spectacle from the star who doesn't stand still.”
“Set transitions seamlessly from one song to another, crafted out of some of the best from her canon and leaning heavily on the tracks from her sixth – and arguably best – album”
“The dynamic of the gig is perfect – there are lulls, but only when they’re intended, to create pauses between the big songs that feel profoundly intimate.”
“Her voice… never falters – she sings with absolute confidence and doesn’t try to push herself too hard, saving it for a few big notes which only makes for a better impact.”
“from the offset it has been apparent – for any fans who doubted it – that it was worth every penny, as the stage is flooded with red lighting and dancers swing from trapeze with all the splendour of a Broadway show.”

THE GUARDIAN 4/5

“A triumph.”
“For all the grandiosity of the production, it never feels like Swift herself is dwarfed. A product of Nashville before mainstream pop success came calling, she’s as capable of holding the audience alone, with an acoustic guitar or a piano, as she is aided by high-definition video screens and inflatables.”
“Love Story is the kind of blend of heartland American rock and unashamed commerciality that only Swift could pull off successfully, while Shake It Off and Bad Blood are just exceptional examples of pop songwriting craft."


I NEWS 4/5

“We have, very clearly, entered Swift’s imperial phase”
“High-octane show characterised by smart stagecraft, terrific anthems and, at the centre of it, a singer radiating openness and generosity.”
“While the Reputation tour draws heavily from her latest album, older songs – from the high-school melodrama of “Should’ve Said No” to the exquisitely sleek “Blank Space” – reveal her journey from Nashville teen queen to all-conquering megastar.”
“Swift pays moving tribute to Manchester’s “incredible resilience” after last year’s terrorist attack at Ariana Grande’s concert By dint of their size, stadiums can often strip the biggest stars of their presence, but Swift manages to stand tall, undiminished by the flames, the fireworks and the big-budget hydraulics.”
“Thirteen years is a long time in pop, but the grafting has served Swift well. Long may she reign.”

METRO 5/5

“The fans cried and they danced and they sang along as Taylor offered over two hours of pure fun.”
“The set was split into various seamless acts and offered us the numerous incarnations of the singer from the most recent Taylor, a girl who is older and wiser and less afraid, before flowing into the Taylor who loves love, snake Taylor, carefree Taylor, self-aware Taylor and honest Taylor.”
“Taylor Swift the musician is unarguably at the peak of her career – and it’s clear she is never ever, ever going to be bothered by the criticism again.”

DAILY STAR ONLINE 5/5

“Delicate singer turns pop royalty with UK comeback
“Vocally, Taylor is faultless. Throughout the two hour set, the chart-topping diva served serious powerhouse vocals as she strutted about the stage.”

MUSIC WEEK

“Whether it’s dispensing genuine warmth to her fans or giving what she proudly declares to be a sold-out Etihad Stadium in Manchester the most exhilarating show it is ever likely to see, Swift still displays all the qualities that made her the most-lauded star of her generation.”
“What marks Swift’s show apart from almost every other tour out there is its relentless musical reinvention (e.g. recasting Style’s intro as a soulful stomper) and its celebration of the quieter moments.”
“She’s helped by a multiple stage set-up that allows her to bring intimacy to each corner of the stadium but, ultimately, its Swift herself that keeps the crowd spellbound. And that is the key to Swift’s enduring stardom; she brings heart and soul to what can – in other, less deft hands – be a soulless stadium experience.”
“She may be a flying pop megastar at the helm of the greatest show on earth, but Swift remains resolutely human, and all the better for it.”

THE ARTS DESK

“Pop perfection on epic scale.”
“By the time Charli and fellow tour support Camila Cabello join Taylor on a side stage for a colourful “Shake It Off” dance party it’s hard to argue with an overarching theme of women owning their stories, their sexualities and, yes, their reputations.”
“Swift delivers a powerful reminder that she’s a phenomenal songwriter first and pop star second.”

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

“What a show. What a popstar.”
“She dances with the sass of Beyoncé and sings with the heart of Adele.”

LOUDER THAN WAR 5/5

“On an overcast night in Manchester, the world’s biggest pop star steam rolled into town with a gargantuan pop show that lived up to and exceeded the hype. Liam Gallagher remarked last month that he doesn’t put on shows, he plays gigs. Well, Taylor Swift puts on a show…and boy, what a show this is.”
“The Reputation tour shows Taylor Swift is at the top of the pop tree.”
“The fact of the matter is that Taylor Swift is the leader of the pack – her show is a dazzling pop spectacle that will go down in history as one of the greatest touring shows ever.”

PURPLE REVOLVER

“Powerful and uniting, a pop masterpiece.”
“An unforgettable experience.”
“Taylor’s unwavering sincerity and strong level of care really shined and united the entire stadium to connect the audience in a way that very few artists are capable of.”

BOLTON NEWS

“Gorgeous - that's one word to describe Taylor Swift's performance last night. Swift's shows are known to be impressive and fans expect the best, but few were prepared for the powerhouse she brought to the Etihad last night…what a ride.”

Check out some of these amazing live shots from this weekend's shows in Manchester below:




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