Taylor Swift Reschedules Buenos Aires Concert Due to Weather: ‘I’m Never Going to Endanger’ My Fans, Performers and Crew

Taylor Swift has rescheduled her concert tonight in Buenos Aires due to “chaotic” weather. She will perform at the Estadio River Plate stadium on Sunday, Nov. 12, instead.

“I love a rain show but I’m never going to endanger my fans or my fellow performers and crew,” Swift wrote on X/Twitter. “We’ve rescheduled tonight’s Buenos Aires show for Sunday due to the weather being so truly chaotic it would be unsafe to try and put on this concert. Good news is I get to stay in Argentina longer!!”

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Tonight was supposed to be the second Argentina show in Swift’s ongoing Eras Tour. The pop megastar performed in the nation’s capital Thursday night, with surprise songs “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth.”

Swift is no stranger to performing in inclement weather, as her May 20 performance in Foxborough, Mass., was met with pouring rain. “Last night we all danced together in the rain for THE ENTIRE 3.5 HOUR SHOW in foxy Foxborough MA!! We’ve had rain shows at Gillette Stadium before but this was a full on deluge that never let up, I just want to thank that iconic crowd!! Love you so much you have no idea,” Swift wrote on Instagram after the show. Weather forecasts for Buenos Aires Friday night include “heavy thunderstorms” and rain.

Swift is still set to perform in Buenos Aires Saturday. After the weekend, she’ll take the Eras Tour to Rio De Janeiro in Brazil for three nights at the Estádio Nilton Santos with opener Sabrina Carpenter. Next on the itinerary are three nights in São Paulo, four nights in Tokyo, seven nights in Australia and six nights in Singapore, before the tour heads to Europe and the U.K.

Swift has had a hell of a month. She snagged six Grammy nominations this morning, including for album of the year (“Midnights”) and song and record of the year (“Anti-Hero”). And her cinematic rendering of the blockbuster Eras Tour, which debuted Oct. 13 in movie theaters, has collected more than $230 million worldwide. It easily became the highest-grossing concert film of all time.

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