Comcast’s XFINITY surprises 50 Swifties with 1989 World Tour concert tickets

We’re glad for them, Taylor Nation.

But 50? Try a larger number next time! 😉 How about 1989 users? Ok, I’ll be nice – they have been reaching out to more than a few sites to share this. According to their press release, the cable company is the lead sponsor of all U.S. tour leg concerts and want to offer its customers “access to behind-the-scenes videos, plus chances to win tickets, meet and greets, backstage tours and tour merchandise.” To start, they brought in 50 Swifties they found online to preview some of their… (sorry I don’t like this word I’m about to type)… exclusive behind the scenes footage.

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We’re all for it, but we wish it was more… (now this one is a cool word) inclusive to everyone. Sorry, XFinity but I know you can take it. Update! XFinity has made available a ton of their content on their YouTube Channel.

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Pittsburgh is the next destination. Heinz Field, get ready!

(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)
(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)

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(Sources: Comcast XFINITY)

Inside 1989 Cleveland: The 1989 World Tour at Quicken Loans Arena

We are all in, Taylor Nation. Spoilers.

The Blonde With The Sparkly 1989 Microphone was also all in last night, June 3, as she brought the 1989 World Tour to Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s trying to remain awake with very little sleep, we’re going to try to give you a spoiler-free article about the show (note: this is not going to work, hence spoiler warning). According to NewsNet5, T-Swizzle wished the Cavaliers good luck in the NBA Finals.

(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)
(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)

Taylor probably played a bunch of songs on a stage that might or might not have lighting… Just kidding 🙂 It’s not easy doing this without giving away anything. Back to the inside scoop.

I do want to talk about one thing that you’ve probably noticed. We’re not getting a B Stage, or a walking-through-the-crowd moment. This is only my speculative mind at work, but I think Taylor has realized she’d rather save the time and logistics so that she can invest them in jam packing the concert with the current full set from start to finish. The whole concept of the B Stage was to get closer to the fans and she’s accomplishing that goal using a super-long catwalk, which moves. We’ll still miss the B stage for what it was, and thank Tay for trying new ways to get closer.

As discussed during TaylorTalk’s tour predictions, I had an idea for Shake It Off concerning the fans. Previous to the closing number, she could invite a few of them backstage, they’d be told to just follow a person and suddenly they’d appear on the stage dancing with Taylor during the closing number. Probably too many logistics involved, and now with the moving stage there’s actually little real state to add any more people. I guess they could stay in the main stage but then there’s the whole clueless-people-in-the-way kind of deal as we got dancers moving back and forth. I guess it’s too much people traffic. Still, please totally consider it?

A shoutout to The Agency’s Paul Sidoti, Cleveland’s own born and raised 🙂

And a shoutout to @TheQArena!

Pittsburgh is the next destination. Heinz Field, get ready!

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(Sources:NewsNet5@TheQArenaTaylorTalk)