Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour vs. Travis Kelce’s Chiefs Schedule: Which Dates Will She Miss?

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce


Taylor Swift will have been combing through Kansas City’s NFL schedule with thousands of Chiefs fans on Wednesday night – and it was good news for the singer as she balances NFL games with her Eras Tour dates.


Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes

While several Chiefs games had already been announced, the full schedule for Travis Kelce and his team dropped on Wednesday night as they map out their quest to achieve an unprecedented Super Bowl three-peat.

As for Swift, there is only one game that she is guaranteed to miss due to her touring schedule this year – the December 8 showdown against the Los Angeles Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium.

She is scheduled to perform in Vancouver that day, in what is her final show in a relentless year of touring.

She will also face a little bit of a race against the clock to make another couple of games, however.

The Chiefs play the Bills on November 17 in Buffalo, just a day after she performs at the Rogers Center in Toronto.

She also plays a day before the Chiefs are in Carolina, against the Panthers, the week after at the same venue in Canada.

But otherwise, she appears to be free for the majority of the Chiefs games. Kelce and his team are in action on December 15 against Cleveland Browns, two days after her 35th birthday.

He is also in action two days after his own birthday when the Chiefs play the New Orleans Saints on Monday, October 7.

Last year, Swift made it to 13 Chiefs games in an enthralling season that ended with Kelce and his team winning the Super Bowl for the second straight campaign.

She confirmed her relationship with Kelce by joining his mom Donna in a suite for the win over Chicago Bears in late September.

Swift raced back from Tokyo for the game in Las Vegas, where she had been performing the day before.

If Kelce and the Chiefs repeat the achievement this season, with the Super Bowl held in New Orleans, they will be the first team to win it for three seasons in a row.