Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has made its way to Tampa, Florida, and while the city’s weather forecast may be less than ideal, that should not hinder the ultimate Swiftie experience. According to the National Weather Service, there is a chance of rain and thunderstorms throughout the week leading up to the concert, with higher chances on Thursday and Friday. However, Florida natives know that the weather is unpredictable, and there is always a chance of clear skies.
For out-of-towners traveling to attend the concert, it is essential to consider inclement weather and buffer extra time for travel plans. As the concert venue, Raymond James Stadium, is an outdoor facility, the show will continue even in light rain. However, in the event of severe weather, the venue will temporarily suspend the show to ensure the safety of all attendees. It is essential to note that the stadium does not allow umbrellas inside. Therefore, skin-saving sunscreen and rain ponchos are backpack essentials.
With regards to traffic, the Raymond James Stadium is in a congested area of North Dale Mabry Highway. Stores along the highway sell ponchos, but it is recommended to stock up before the concert to save time. Attendees can also hydrate with plenty of water and seek shelter if necessary.
Taylor Swift’s concert has been highly anticipated since tickets were announced, and her fans will not let unpredictable weather get in the way of a good time. Moreover, one TikTok user has pointed out that Swift’s “Red” era intro is long enough for fans to take a bathroom break if necessary.
In conclusion, although Tampa’s weather forecast has indicated some rain and thunderstorms in the upcoming days, concert attendees can overcome the weather by packing rain ponchos and sunscreen, hydrating and giving themselves extra travel time. After all, it’s Taylor Swift in Tampa, and Swifties will not let anything sour the experience.
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