Taylor Swift is set to perform at Soldier Field in Chicago for three consecutive nights, with over 190,000 fans expected to attend. The stadium holds 63,500 people, making it the smallest NFL stadium, but it is still larger than other Chicago venues such as Wrigley Field and the United Center. Fans without tickets are discouraged from gathering outside the stadium, as the area is expected to be at maximum capacity. The stadium adheres to the NFL bag policy, which limits the size and type of bags allowed into the stadium.
Designated drop-off and pick-up locations have been set up for parents and chaperones, and both the stadium and city officials are strongly encouraging ticket holders to use public transportation and arrive early. Merchandise sales outside the stadium will begin at 12 p.m. in four locations, and parking lots open at 2 p.m. The show is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m., with openers OWEN and Girl in Red on Friday and Saturday, and Grace Adams and Muna on Sunday.
Soldier Field warns against buying tickets from unverified sellers, as fake websites, tickets, and merchandise are common. Buyers should use extra caution when purchasing tickets from online marketplace platforms like Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. People without tickets are strongly discouraged from coming to the Soldier Field campus, as no part of the show will be visible or audible outside of the stadium.
Keywords: Taylor Swift, Soldier Field, Chicago, NFL, bag policy, public transportation, merchandise, fake tickets.
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