Everything You Need to Know About Lover Fest West
Taylor Swift has very few milestones she hasn’t reached. The chart-topper and record-setter is more than a decade into a nearly unprecedented career in pop and country. However, there are still ways for Swift to break new ground. She’ll become the first-ever woman to open an NFL stadium when she plays Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium for her upcoming Lover Fest West.
Lover Fest West is the occidental iteration of a pair of back-to-back, day-long bashes featuring her as headliner supported by as-yet unannounced friends. Swift explained her rationale for turning her new album into a two-day open-air festival on Twitter.
“The Lover album is open fields, sunsets, + SUMMER. I want to perform it in a way that feels authentic,” she shared on Twitter. “I want to go to some places I haven’t been and play festivals. Where we didn’t have festivals, we made some.”
Take a look at everything we know about Lover Fest West below.
Lover Fest West Tickets & Ticket Prices
Tickets to Lover Fest West are on sale now. Fans looking for the most affordable way in should check out the Sunday show, which currently has tickets available for as low as $175. Saturday tickets start at $222, with floor seats starting at $758. Browse tickets here or view select listings below. Use code TBA20BLOG at checkout to save $20 off your purchase.
When is Lover Fest West?
Lover Fest West is a two-day event running on July 25 and 26, 2020.
Where is Lover Fest West?
Lover Fest West will take place in SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The venue is located at 3883 West Century Boulevard.
Lover Fest West Seating Chart
SoFi Stadium will be the home of the recently relocated Los Angeles Chargers and the recently returned Los Angeles Rams. The two teams will share the stadium, which seats over 70,000 people on game day, is also expected host the Super Bowl in 2022 opening and closing ceremonies of Los Angeles’ 2028 Olympics.
Lover Fest West Predictions
Swift will likely bring along members of her “squad” and other collaborators. Expect acts like Charli XCX or her friends in Haim to make appearances. She might be able to bring out acts that clearly inspired her, as she did with Alanis Morisette on the 1989 tour. Maybe the obvious influences on Lover (think Mazzy Star) can make an appearance. Lover co-conspirators like Dixie Chicks and St. Vincent might stop by also.