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What is happening?

Page last updated: Thursday 13 June 2024

Global superstar Taylor Swift is set to bring her “Eras” tour for a trio of shows at Anfield Stadium in June – and we’re encouraging anyone travelling to the concerts (or those travelling to work or for any other reasons on those days) to plan their journey in advance and check before travelling.

Over 150,000 “Swifties” will be attending the concerts on 13, 14 and 15 June and public transport is expected to be busy with people making their way to the shows. 

We are working closely with local partners including rail and bus operators, to help ensure that everybody’s journeys are as easy and safe as possible.

As two of the concerts will be taking place on a weekday, those travelling for other reasons such as getting to and from work or school should also plan their journeys in advance and keep an eye out for any changes to services. As a result of the concert, some local roads will be closed around the Anfield area earlier in the day itself.

In return, we’re asking people to follow our top tips and plan their journeys – you can find all the information below.

What you can do to help

If you’re using public transport during the three days, advice is now available to help you plan your journeys.

  • Plan your journey in advance - To ensure you can get where you’re going to go and home again. Many public transport services end between 11.30pm and midnight, so please ensure you check details carefully.
  • Check before you travel - There might be short notice changes to services.
  • Consider your options - The transport network is expected to be very busy. Have a plan B ready should you need it.
  • Leave more time for your journeys - Services will be busier, there may be queues and you may not make the service you planned to.
  • Buy travel tickets in advance and online if you can - This will speed up your journey and help you avoid queues on the day.
  • Be patient – Services and transport hubs including rail and bus stations may be busier.
  • Be kind to staff - Staff will be working hard to keep bus and rail services running and to provide help and advice.

Transport and Travel Information

A summary of transport information can be found below. For the most detailed and up-to-date guidance, people should regularly check operator websites and social media channels as these services are subject to last minute changes.

Mersey Tunnels
Mersey Ferries