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Taylor Swift hits the road! Pop star seen travelling to Eras Tour Sydney concert in impressive motorcade

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A radio host shared images of Taylor Swift's stunning motorcade as the megastar headed to her first show in Sydney on Friday. In the photo: Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift has been spotted traveling to her first show in Sydney in a stunning caravan of blacked-out vehicles.

Nova radio host Kent ‘Smallzy’ Small filmed the convoy of cars from a window as they zoomed past his building.

The sizeable motorcade, made up of three Range Rovers and a Lamborghini, as well as several other vehicles, was seen crossing the Pyrmont Bridge and heading towards the Accor Stadium for the concert.

“Taylor Swift’s convoy has left town,” Smallzy captioned the video.

A radio host shared images of Taylor Swift's stunning motorcade as the megastar headed to her first show in Sydney on Friday. In the photo: Taylor Swift.

A radio host shared images of Taylor Swift’s stunning motorcade as the megastar headed to her first show in Sydney on Friday. In the photo: Taylor Swift.

The radio host’s followers expressed their humorous comments on the images.

“No, it’s the president,” one wrote, while another commented: “Nice discreet caravan.”

“I hope they can work out the trade,” another commenter joked.

Kent 'Smallzy' Small, 39, host of Nova's late-night show Smallzy's Surgery, took to Instagram and filmed the convoy of cars from a window as they drove past his building.

Kent 'Smallzy' Small, 39, host of Nova's late-night show Smallzy's Surgery, took to Instagram and filmed the convoy of cars from a window as they drove past his building.

Kent ‘Smallzy’ Small, 39, host of Nova’s late-night show Smallzy’s Surgery, took to Instagram and filmed the convoy of cars from a window as they drove past his building.

The considerable caravan, which was made up of 3 Range Rovers and a Lamborghini, in addition to several other all black vehicles. The footage followed the line of cars as they crossed the Pyrmont Bridge and headed towards Accor Stadium for the concert.

The considerable caravan, which was made up of 3 Range Rovers and a Lamborghini, in addition to several other all black vehicles. The footage followed the line of cars as they crossed the Pyrmont Bridge and headed towards Accor Stadium for the concert.

The considerable caravan, which was made up of 3 Range Rovers and a Lamborghini, in addition to several other all black vehicles. The footage followed the line of cars as they crossed the Pyrmont Bridge and headed towards Accor Stadium for the concert.

“Taylor Swift’s convoy has left town,” Smallzy captioned the video.

It comes as more than 300,000 Swifties are expected to flock to Sydney’s Accor Stadium this weekend for the long-awaited Eras Tour concert.

In honor of the occasion, Sydney trains have been renamed ‘Tay Tay Express’ for fans traveling to the Olympic Park.

Concertgoers will also be able to hear some of Taylor’s biggest hits blasted over the train’s loudspeaker.

Public transportation will be free for ticket holders.

‘All aboard the Tay Tay Express! The last stop is Olympic Park through Shake It Off, Anti-Hero, I Knew You Were Trouble, You Belong With Me and Cruel Summer. reads a Transport for NSW social media post.

More than 300,000 Swifties are expected to flock to Sydney's Accor Stadium this weekend for the highly anticipated Eras Tour concert and, in honor of the occasion, Sydney's trains have changed their name to 'Tay Tay Express'.

More than 300,000 Swifties are expected to flock to Sydney's Accor Stadium this weekend for the highly anticipated Eras Tour concert and, in honor of the occasion, Sydney's trains have changed their name to 'Tay Tay Express'.

More than 300,000 Swifties are expected to flock to Sydney’s Accor Stadium this weekend for the highly anticipated Eras Tour concert and, in honor of the occasion, Sydney’s trains have changed their name to ‘Tay Tay Express’.

'All aboard the Tay Tay Express! The last stop is Olympic Park through Shake It Off, Anti-Hero, I Knew You Were Trouble, You Belong With Me and Cruel Summer. reads a Transport for NSW social media post

'All aboard the Tay Tay Express! The last stop is Olympic Park through Shake It Off, Anti-Hero, I Knew You Were Trouble, You Belong With Me and Cruel Summer. reads a Transport for NSW social media post

‘All aboard the Tay Tay Express! The last stop is Olympic Park through Shake It Off, Anti-Hero, I Knew You Were Trouble, You Belong With Me and Cruel Summer. reads a Transport for NSW social media post

Public transport will be free for ticket holders

Public transport will be free for ticket holders

Public transport will be free for ticket holders

Fans were delighted to see public transport take over the Swiftie spirit: “I’m in Melbourne and I want to take this train,” one user wrote.

“I’d take a train just for this,” wrote another.

The Olympic Park will be very busy on Friday and Saturday nights with Blink-182 performing next door at the Qudos Bank Arena.

It comes after NSW Police encouraged thousands of concert-goers to plan ahead for the weekend to avoid last-minute stress.

It comes after NSW Police encouraged thousands of concert-goers to plan ahead for the weekend to avoid last-minute stress.

It comes after NSW Police encouraged thousands of concert-goers to plan ahead for the weekend to avoid last-minute stress.

It comes after NSW Police encouraged thousands of concert-goers to plan ahead for the weekend to avoid last-minute stress.

Acting Deputy Commissioner Andrew Holland announced that “additional shuttle services will be available this weekend and we encourage concertgoers to use them.”

Acting Deputy Commissioner Andrew Holland announced that “additional shuttle services will be available this weekend and we encourage concertgoers to use them.”

Police operations will be implemented from Friday, February 23 to Monday, February 26 to ensure the safety of all attendees and staff.

With large crowds expected, Acting Deputy Commissioner Holland urged those without tickets to stay away from the stadium to avoid unwanted congestion.

Holland went on to say: “Anti-social behavior will not be tolerated and the police will act fairly but firmly to ensure everyone has a good time, but not at the expense of other people’s safety, so please look out for each other.” .

Swift will perform four shows in Sydney from Friday, February 23 to Monday, February 26.

Swift will perform four shows in Sydney from Friday, February 23 to Monday, February 26.

Swift will perform four shows in Sydney from Friday, February 23 to Monday, February 26.

Swift will perform four shows in Sydney from Friday, February 23 to Monday, February 26.

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