American country music sensation Taylor Swift played to a packed crowd of Adelaide tweens at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre last week and certainly didn’t disappoint.
Opening with her hit You Belong with Me, there was no shortage of hysteria from the young crowd. Also known as T-Swizzle, Swift’s high energy performance was quality entertainment and included multiple costume changes. Several video packages took the show to an intimate level including candid interviews with some of the boys featured in her tracks.
Throughout the concert Swift maintained the audience’s attention well, and at the halfway mark appeared at the back of the Entertainment Centre performing amongst the eager crowd. Swift then made her way back to the stage through the mosh, with many fans lucky enough to receive a hug from the down to earth star.
At some points throughout the show, her voice was overpowered by the band and the screaming fans but she managed to compose herself and deliver a strong performance. Although most of her fans were too young to empathise with the themes of falling in love and heartbreak within her songs, it’s this very subject matter that makes her such a hit with older audiences.
The finale, which saw Swift standing under a sheet of water reflecting the words of her song Should’ve Said No in it, left fans impressed and wanting more. Relatively unknown a year ago, Swift has made a rapid rise to the top, recently picking up four Grammy awards for her album ‘Fearless’. Taylor Swift can now add a successful headlining tour to her list of achievements and for the talented 20-year-old, this is looking like just the beginning.
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