Taylor Swift Tube map released as star plays London
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Taylor Swift Tube map released as star plays London

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Transforms London Underground Map.

A new Tube map has been created to coincide with Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour which has stopped off in London. Each line is named after a different album and drawn in sequin colours to match.

Stations are named after songs such as “I Knew You Were Trouble” and “All Too Well.” Additionally, gemstones have been added to reflect locations with links to the pop star which fans can visit, such as Wembley Stadium and Hampstead Heath.

Swift is scheduled to play a total of eight nights at Wembley Stadium as part of her tour. The first night is on Friday, followed by shows on Saturday and Sunday.


The Tube map has been re-envisioned for Taylor Swift’s tour


She will then return to the capital for five more dates in August.

It means London will host more performances of the Eras Tour than any other city in the world. Nearly 700,000 people are expected to attend the shows.

Emma Strain, Transport for London’s customer director, said the Tube map “brings two icons together” and pays “homage to Swift’s love of London”.

She added, “London is blessed to have eight dates for The Eras Tour.” They’re encouraging people to explore the many locales mentioned in Swift’s songs and enjoy the range of live music events across the city this summer.

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