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The Ultimate Guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium

By Editorial Team

Our guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium is your essential go-to companion to prepare for the concert of the year. Discover what to bring, where to eat and drink, and get the latest setlist and times.

Let's kick off this ultimate guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium with a summary of what to expect, song-wise. Research from Taylor's Eras Tour shows "Speak Now" and "Midnights" dominate with all their songs performed. On the flip side, "Tortured Poets Department" and "Fearless" have the fewest songs featured. Yet, "1989" and "Reputation" are also well represented.

Taylor keeps her concerts exciting with a mix of extended, shortened, and mashed-up performances. For example, "Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince" kicks off as a brief intro, while "Lover" is performed with an acoustic guitar and extended outro. "Enchanted" boasts a new transition intro, and "Champagne Problems" has features a new rendition with an acoustic piano. Most tracks from "Tortured Poets Department" are shortened, with "So High School" presented as a new mashup.

  1. Eras Tour at Wembley - Door Opening Times, Start Times, Duration

    This guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium notes that The Eras Tour Wembley performance is expected to run for 3 hours and 15 minutes. However, if Taylor decides to include any surprises, the show could potentially last up to 3 hours and 45 minutes. Find the official opening times for each date below:

    Friday 21st / Saturday 22nd June:

    • Doors open: 16:30
    • Show Start: 17:25
    • Main Act: 19:15
    • Show End: 22:30

    Sunday 23rd June:

    • Doors open: 15:45
    • Show Start: 16:40
    • Main Act: 18:30
    • Show End: 21:45
  2. Taylor Swift - Eras Tour UK Leg Setlist and Times

    Here’s the setlist from Taylor Swift’s Edinburgh Eras Tour date with performance times. For the latest setlists, check out the Taylor Swift megathread on Reddit. We’ve added Spotify links to each track so you can brush up on the lyrics. For a sneak peek at the Wembley setlist, keep reading:

  3. Supporting Acts and Special Guests

    American Rock band Paramore will be the main support act for all of Taylor Swift's UK tour dates, including the Wembley shows. On our guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley, we can confirm there will be three additional opening acts for the first three concerts: Mette (June 21), Griff (June 22), and Benson Boone (June 23). The opening acts will perform short sets before Paramore takes the stage at approximately 7:00 PM for an hour-long set. Taylor Swift is expected to begin her headlining set around 8:00 PM.

    So far, the tour has featured a stellar lineup of special guests, including Marcus Mumford, Aaron Dessner, Jack Antonoff, Phoebe Bridgers, Ice Spice, Maren Morris, and HAIM. Given this trend, we can't rule out the possibility of surprise guests joining her in London.

  4. Taylor Swift Eras Tour Spotify Playlist

    With over 2.7M fans and counting, the amazing Taylor Swift subreddit has been a key resource for our guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium. Here you can find a Spotify playlist featuring all the songs from the concert, in order of performance.

  1. By Tube

    Wembley Park is well-connected, making it easy to reach from central London. With three stations and three tube lines, choosing to use the London Underground to see Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium is a good option. Wembley Park is in Zone 4. You can plan your visit using the TFL (Transport for London) official website.

    Tube Lines to Wembley Park:

    • Jubilee Line: access from Wembley Park station
    • Metropolitan Line: access from Wembley Park station. 12 minutes from Baker Street.
    • Bakerloo Line: Access from Wembley Central Station, connecting to Paddington, Charing Cross, and Waterloo.
    • London Overground Line: Access from Wembley Central Station to Clapham Junction in 22 minutes.

    Example Distances from Wembley Park Tube:

    • Bond Street: 19 minutes via Jubilee Line
    • King's Cross: 20 minutes via Metropolitan Line
    • Paddington: 24 minutes via Bakerloo Line (from Wembley Central)
    • Charing Cross: 30 minutes via Bakerloo Line (from Wembley Central)
    • London Bridge: 27 minutes via Jubilee Line
    • Liverpool Street: 30 minutes via Metropolitan Line

    Pricing Information:

    • Stanmore to Wembley Park (Jubilee Line): £2.10 peak, £1.90 off-peak
    • Stratford to Wembley Park (Jubilee Line): £4.40 peak, £3.20 off-peak

    Wembley Stadium Location

    • 10 minutes walk from Wembley Park tube station
    • 22 minutes walk from Wembley Central tube station (follow route here:)
    • 34 minutes walk from North Wembley tube station (follow route here)

    Accessing the Stadium

    You can walk from Wembley Park tube station via Olympic Way. Average wait times to enter the station after an event range from 15 to 60 minutes. Arrive early to avoid the rush.

    Alternative Routes: Consider walking to Wembley Central or North Wembley. These stations are less crowded than Wembley Park and both are served by the Overground and Bakerloo lines, ensuring quicker departures.

    If you are a Quintain Living resident at Wembley Park, you can soak up all the action from their exclusive rooftop terraces. Measures will be in place to keep residential areas clear, ensuring they remain easy to access at all times. Read this blog for all the latest tips for Wembley Park residents.

    This information is part of the Ultimate Guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium 2024.

  2. By Train

    Are you planning to see Taylor Swift perform live at Wembley Stadium by train? Getting to the venue is easy with regular and direct train services from Chiltern Railways and Southern Railways.

    From Central London to Taylor Swift's Wembley Stadium Concert:

    • Chiltern Railways: Catch a train from Marylebone to Wembley Stadium station, and you'll be there in 9 minutes. Check live train times and plan your trip to see Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium.

    From Other Locations to Taylor Swift's Wembley Stadium Show:

    • Southern Railways: Enjoy direct trains to Wembley Central station from:
      • Watford Junction: Reach Taylor Swift's concert in 14 minutes
      • Milton Keynes: Get to Wembley Stadium in 55 minutes
      • Birmingham: Arrive at Taylor Swift's show in 120 minutes
      • Visit the National Rail website for more information on getting to Taylor Swift's Wembley Stadium performance.

    Frequently Asked Directions for Taylor Swift's Wembley Stadium Gig:

    • Waterloo to Wembley Park: The journey to see Taylor Swift takes around 29 minutes.
    • Wembley Central to Wembley Stadium: Reach Taylor Swift's concert venue in about 13 minutes.
  3. By Car

    Our guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium recommends public transport, but driving is also a convenient option. Wembley Park offers over 3,000 secure parking spaces, starting at £2. To ensure a smooth experience, book your parking spot in advance. Wembley Park offers over 3,000 secure parking spaces, with prices starting at £2.

    To reach Wembley Park by car for Taylor Swift's concert, use the postcode HA9 0FA in your Sat Nav. Alternatively, follow the signs for Wembley Stadium once you reach the A406 North Circular from the M1, A40, or M25. If you're driving from central London to see Taylor Swift, take the Harrow Road (A404) north-west until you reach Paddington Station, then take the A40. Upon reaching Wembley Central Station, turn right onto Wembley Hill Road and follow the signs to Wembley Stadium, where Taylor Swift will be performing.

    • What is the nearest car park to Wembley Stadium for Taylor Swift's concert?

    If you are travelling to Wembley Park for Taylor Swift's show at Wembley Stadium, the most convenient car park is Red Parking, which is just a short walk from the venue. Pink Parking also offers ample car and coach parking spaces and is only a 10-minute walk from Wembley Stadium, where you can enjoy Taylor Swift's incredible performance.

    For more information on parking options for Taylor Swift's Wembley Stadium concert, visit the Wembley Official Parking website.

  4. Parking

    If you plan to drive to see Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium, there are more than 3,000 secure parking spaces around Wembley Stadium, with princes starting at £40. It’s always a good idea to book your parking space in advance but please note that many of the car parks are now sold out.

    For events at Wembley Stadium use Green, Blue or Red Parking just 5-minutes away on foot, or Pink Parking with is just 10 minutes away. Parking prices vary – check this link for a full breakdown of parking costs at Wembley Stadium.

    Drivers should note that Wembley Park sits outside the congestion zone – but be careful if you drive through central London to reach it, as the Congestion Charge and Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charge may apply.

    Be sure to book parking in advance via the Wembley Official Parking website to guarantee a space and save money.

  5. By Coach

    If you’re travelling by coach, you can catch the Wembley Express from over 50 UK locations, while the 223, 297, 83/N83, 206, 92, 483, 18/N18, and 182 bus routes all stop near Wembley Stadium.

    If you're looking for a convenient and affordable way to attend Taylor Swift's concert at Wembley Stadium, traveling by coach is a great option. Many coach companies offer direct services to Wembley Stadium from various locations across the UK.

    Popular Coach Companies for Taylor Swift's Wembley Stadium Show:

    1. National Express: National Express provides coach services to Wembley Stadium - the Wembley Express - from over 50 UK locations. Book your tickets in advance to secure your spot on a coach to see Taylor Swift live.
    2. Big Green Coach: Big Green Coach specializes in event transportation and offers coach travel packages to Taylor Swift's concert at Wembley Stadium. They provide return coach travel and can even bundle your concert tickets with your coach booking. Book here.
    3. Megabus: Megabus offers low-cost coach travel to London from various locations across the UK. From central London, you can easily reach Wembley Stadium using public transportation or a short taxi ride. Book here.

    Useful tip: When booking your coach travel, be sure to check the departure times and plan your journey accordingly to arrive at Wembley Stadium well before Taylor Swift's concert begins. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to see Taylor Swift perform live at one of the UK's most iconic venues.

  6. By Bike

    If you plan to cycle to Taylor Swift's concert at Wembley Stadium, you'll be pleased to know that Wembley Park is a cycle-friendly neighbourhood.

    Bicycle Parking at Wembley Stadium: Wembley Stadium offers dedicated bicycle parking areas at street level on the northeast side of the stadium. The parking area is easily accessible and has ample capacity. Remember to bring a sturdy bicycle lock for security.

    Navigating Wembley Park: Wembley Park's Active Travel Team has created downloadable maps to help guide your cycling journey. The maps cover shared routes with pedestrians, designated cycle lanes, cycle parking, and bus stops.

    Access the Wembley Park cycle route maps here:

    Tips for Cycling to the Taylor Swift Concert:

    • Plan your route in advance using the provided maps.
    • Allow extra time for your journey.
    • Ensure your bicycle is in good working condition with proper lights and reflectors.
    • Bring a strong bicycle lock.
    • Be cautious when leaving Wembley Stadium, after the concert due to heavy traffic.

    Cycling to Taylor Swift's concert at Wembley Stadium is an eco-friendly and convenient alternative to driving or taking public transportation.

  7. By Bus

    Getting to Taylor Swift's concert at Wembley Stadium by bus is a convenient option. Wembley Park is well-served by multiple bus routes, which connect to major transport hubs. This alternative can provide a comfortable ride, avoiding the crowds often found on tube and train services during major events.

    Key Bus Stops and Routes near Wembley Park Station are:

    • Wembley Park Station (Bus stop N):
      • Routes: 83, 182, N83
    • Wembley Park Station (Bus stop M):
      • Routes: 206, 223, 297
    • Wembley Park Station (Bus stop O):
      • Routes: 83, 182, 206, 223, 297, N83

    Other Nearby Stops:

    • Empire Way (Bus stop J):
      • Routes: 83, 182, 206, 223, 297, N83
    • Bridge Road (Bus stop R):
      • Routes: 223, 245
    • Fulton Road (Bus stops L and K):
      • Routes: 206
    • Rutherford Way (Bus stop ->N):
      • Routes: 206
    • Corringham Road (Bus stops P and Q):
      • Routes: 223, 245
    • Lycee International / Kings Drive (Bus stops S and BA):
      • Routes: 83, 182, 206, 245, 297, N83
    • Olympic Way (Bus stops ->E and W):
      • Routes: 92, 206, 440
    • Brook Avenue (Bus stops U and T):
      • Routes: 245
    • Manor Drive (Bus stop B):
      • Routes: 297
    • Wembley Arena (Bus stop Y):
      • Routes: 83, 182, 223, N83
    • Brent Civic Centre (Bus stops E and G):
      • Routes: 92, 440
    • First Way (Bus stop):
      • Routes: 92, 206, 440
    • Greenhill Way / Lycee International (Bus stop):
      • Routes: 206

    For real-time bus schedules and route planning, use the TfL bus planner.

    This information is part of the Ultimate Guide to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium 2024​.

  8. Road and Bus Closures

    • Non-Event Day Road Closures:
      • Engineers Way (First Way to Rutherford) on contingency only (19th/20th June) depending on queues for Merchandise Megastore in Green Car Park.
    • Event Day Road Closures:
      • 08:00 - 11:45 (Sun) / 12:30 (Fri/Sat):
        • Engineers Way (First Way to Rutherford)
      • 12:30 (Fri/Sat) / 11:45 (Sun) – 00:00:
        • Engineers Way (Empire Way to First Way)
        • Rutherford Way (resident/delivery access from Fulton Rd only)
        • South Way (Wembley Hill Rd to Pink Parking)
        • Fulton Rd (Empire Way to Albion Way)
      • Post-Event Closures: 20:00 (or when required):
        • Empire Way
        • Eccleston Place
        • London Rd
        • Wembley Triangle

    Bus Diversions

    • Pre-Event: 18/92/206
    • Post-Event: 83/182/223/224/483
  9. Rail / London Underground Status


    • Wembley Park Station:

    Enhanced Metropolitan & Jubilee


    • Wembley Central:

    Normal Bakerloo & London

    • Overground services
    • Wembley Stadium Station –

    Normal Service (Fri only).

    Closed on Sat/Sun.

Follow this guide to Taylor's Swift concert at Wembley Stadium for a stress-free visit:

Bag Policy

Wembley Stadium does not allow any bag larger than an A4 piece of paper (H 297mm, W 210mm and D 210mm) – double-check before you leave the house, because you won't be able to enter with a bigger one. Find out more about Wembley Stadium's bag policy here.

Official Merch

Buying some official Taylor Swift merch to mark this momentous occasion? You'll be given a clear plastic bag . If this is inside the stadium - all good. If it is purchase outside Wembley Stadium (read below to find out where the official merch stands are), the plastic bag will be seal and it must remain sealed until inside.

Arriving at Wembley Stadium

When you arrive at the stadium, show your ticket and ID. We recommend bringing a small power bank with you to keep your phone charged up all day. Finally, no umbrellas are allowed inside, so a disposable poncho is always a good idea in case of rain.

Do I Need to Bring Cash?

No. Wembley Stadium is now a cashless venue and NO kiosks will accept cash. Please bring a debit or credit card with you.

Age restrictions

Visitors to Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium have a few age restrictions, so please make sure you follow them. No under 5's allowed and no under 14's to be pitch standing. All under 14's must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

What do I need to bring with me for Taylor Swift concert at Wembley Stadium?

You’ll need your tickets and ID on you all the time you’re in Wembley Stadium. If you have electronic tickets, be sure to bring a power bank – just in case!

What Items Are Prohibited Inside the Stadium?

Note that several items are prohibited from Wembley Stadium, including selfie sticks, pushchairs, large umbrellas, alcohol and food and drink (amongst others), so all visitors are advised to read up on what is permitted in advance.

Phone Coverage and Wembley Park Free Wi-Fi

If you plan to use your smartphone (who doesn't these days) when attending events at Wembley Stadium, be aware that mobile phone coverage can be hit and miss due to the high concentration of people trying to access the network simultaneously. Some providers may experience connectivity issues or even complete loss of service.

To ensure you can still use your smartphone during your visit, we recommend taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi provided by Wembley Park. Just connect to the #WembleyParkFreeWifi network, sign up and you’re set. The service is available across all the main areas in Wembley Park, including Olympic Way.

You don’t have to be a local to find the best places to eat and drink in Wembley Park. The neighbourhood is known for its excellent selection of restaurants, from twice Michelin starred chef Atul Kochhar’s Masalchi to over two dozen international street food options at BOXPARK Wembley (make a beeline for JungleBerry if you’re on a health kick or for Love Churros if you’re after pure indulgence).

Wembley Park is awash with flavours from across the globe. Locals looking for a Lebanese fix swear by Beirut Wonders, while pasta lovers recommend local institution Pasta Remoli. The 50s diner vibes at Big Moe’s are always a hit with younger visitors (don’t miss their chocolate milkshakes!), while those in need of a caffeine fix and a quick bite will find all they need at Black Sheep Coffee.

Looking for something lighter? No problem! Head to Choppaluna for an outstanding selection of fresh salads, melts and soups. Or if indulgence is on your menu, settle in to enjoy the world-famous doughnuts at Bread Ahead.

For pre-concert drinks, The White Horse delivers the perfect traditional pub vibe, while BOXPARK’s Taylor Swift Fanpark means you can enjoy a drink and dance to get you in the mood for the concert.

Official Taylor Swift Fan Park

BOXPARK Wembley will host the official Taylor Swift Eras Tour Fan Parks during all concert dates, featuring Swiftie-themed drinks, live performances, glitter stations, and street food. Enjoy meeting fellow fans and swapping friendship bracelets.

Dates & Times:

  • 21st, 22nd, 23rd June, 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th August, 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

Free tickets are available on a first come first served basis, while general admission starts from £11.13. Guaranteeing entry, the ticket includes a surprise gift to help remember the event Forever & Always. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit BOXPARK Wembley.

Check out the new Taylor-made Artworks

The popular Wembley Park Art Trail is unveiling three new, specially commissioned artworks on 20th June that Taylor Swift fans will love. We can reveal that two of these stunning pieces will be located on the steps leading up to Wembley Stadium, perfect for selfies on the way to see Taylor.

Download the GPS-enabled Wembley Park Art Trail on the City Trotter App (available on iOS and Android stores) to discover all 20 pieces, including Mr Doodle's iconic "graffiti spaghetti" style artworks (valued at over USD 1 million) and the Square of Fame, featuring handprints of Taylor’s peers, like Madonna, Kylie Minogue, and Dame Shirley Bassey among many others.

Afternoon 'Tay’

Fancy a pre-concert afternoon tea? Hilton London Wembley has introduced the Afternoon Tay experience in its lavish grand ballroom, featuring an afternoon tea buffet, a 360 photobooth, live tribute acts and DJ. Dates: 21st, 22nd, 23rd June, from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. £79 pp. Secure your tickets here.

Samovar Space Open-air Bar

Wembley Park's Samovar Space, located opposite Wembley Stadium off Olympic Way, will be transformed into a lively open-air bar during the Taylor Swift concerts starting on Saturday 22nd June. Featuring the Sound Shell stage and colourful wooden huts, this vibrant outdoor area provides the perfect spot for fans to enjoy a drink, connect with fellow Swifties, and soak up the pre-concert excitement.

Last Minute Must Haves

Shop for the perfect Swiftie outfit at London Designer Outlet, right next to Wembley Stadium. Find top brands like Adidas, Guess, Kurt Geiger, Superdry, Levi’s, Sketchers, and Nike with up to 85% off RRP. Head to Claire’s Accesories for friendship bracelets, crystal-studded sunglasses, and sequined cowboy hats.You can use the handy Dropit service via the app to have your purchases delivered home.

Once there, be sure to look out for the mobile Glam Glitter Squad from 1 pm to 6 pm for free glitter makeovers. Enjoy the 360 photobooth, giant number 13 selfie spot, and a resident DJ playing big tracks from 1 pm to 5 pm in Retail Square.

Grab a bite or drink at one of their 21 restaurants and cafes, offering everything from churros to Nando's, with some retailers like Chaboba offering Taylor-themed drinks or meals. Complete your Taylor Swift event look with rain macs from Trespass, caps from Lids and sunnies from The Sunglass Hut.

Much loved by Swifties, plastic bead friend bracelets are not the friendliest on the planet, as they can break, fall, and pollute the environment. To help address this, we’re donating 300 eco-friendly bracelets to Sifties before the Taylor Swift concert at Wembley Stadium, on a first come, first served basis.

You will find our Eco-Friendly Bracelet DIY Station in Wembley Park's Market Square, where artist Laura Marrs will host sustainable bracelet-making sessions with FSC-certified wooden beads and hemp wire. These will be available on 21st June, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, at Arena Square.

Fans attending the Taylor Swift concert at Wembley Stadium from June 19th to 24th will have access to four merchandise stands located on Olympic Way and across the ground floor of the Green Parking (find our map to Wembley Park car parks here) No event ticket is necessary to visit these shops, which will be open throughout the duration of the Wembley concerts.

Since the UK dates started in Edinburgh, fans have been quick to share the merchandise on sale at official stands, as well as their pricing, on social media. For example, TikTok user Amy Marie has provided a glimpse into what Swifties can expect to find at the upcoming Wembley Stadium shows.

  • Hoodies priced at £70
  • Quarter zip sweaters and crew neck sweaters, both at £65
  • T-shirts and long-sleeve tees for £40 each
  • Tote bags available for £25
  • Water bottles selling at £15
  • Bracelets priced at £30
  • Posters for £15

For a sneak peek at the merchandise, head over to Amy Marie's TikTok account, where she shares her experience from the Edinburgh concert.

Planning to turn your visit to watch Taylor Swift in Wembley Stadium into an overnight trip or a minibreak? You’ll find a number of great places to stay near Wembley Stadium, from the 4-star Hilton and Novotel to independent hotels with local character.

It’s important to always buy concert tickets from trustworthy sources.

In the UK, that means buying tickets from Ticketmaster or AXS.

Never, ever buy tickets from a suspicious source online or outside a venue – it’s a surefire way to costly disappointment.

What to do before the Taylor Swift concert

For more adrenalin-fuelled activities, why not try your hand at warding off the zombie apocalypse at meetspaceVR or scoring a hole in one to the pumping tunes at Pop Golf? Those seeing Taylor Swift in June will also have the chance to pop to Bubble Planet for an immersive and interactive multi-sensory bubble experience like no other.

Relax in Union Park

Visitors looking to relax in nature, meanwhile, can head to the beautiful Union Park to be surrounded by trees, wildflowers and fountains. Just 5 minutes’ walk from Wembley Stadium, the park is a celebration of the natural world – the ideal spot to centre yourself and balance your energies before joining tens of thousands of screaming Swifties!

Consider yourself a true Swiftie? Which of these five facts didn’t you know?

  1. Taylor Swift’s parents named her after one of their favourite artists – James Taylor.
  2. When Taylor was a child, she helped out on the Christmas tree farm on which she grew up by picking praying mantis pods off the trees before customers bought them.
  3. Musical talent runs in the family – Taylor’s grandmother Marjorie Finlay was an opera singer. You can hear her singing backing vocals on Taylor’s song, Marjorie.
  4. Back in 2018, Taylor’s dress rehearsal the day before her Reputation tour was performed in front of 2,000 foster children and adoptees.
  5. Taylor began writing songs at an early age – Our Song, on her debut album, was a single she wrote for a high school talent show.


  1. What are Taylor Swift’s 2024 tour dates?

    Taylor Swift is playing dozens of dates in the US, Europe and Canada as part of the Eras Tour. You can view the full list of dates here.

  2. Will Taylor Swift be touring in 2025?

    Nothing is yet confirmed for Taylor Swift touring in 2025. Will she be adding Eras Tour 2025 dates? Nobody knows yet – but let’s keep our fingers crossed.

  3. How many nights is Taylor performing in London?

    Taylor Swift is performing for eight nights in London as part of the Eras Tour. She originally scheduled six concerts at Wembley Stadium, then added two more in light to immense demand for tickets. You can view the full list of dates here.

  4. Does Taylor Swift live in London now?

    Taylor Swift is believed to have homes in New York, Nashville, Beverly Hills, Rhode Island and London.

  5. How many people will see Taylor Swift at Wembley Stadium?

    Wembley Stadium has the second largest capacity of any stadium in Europe (and the 17th largest in the world), at 90,000 people (seated). That’s a whole lot of happy Swifties.