Taylor Swift & Travis Kelce’s Coachella Date Is Better Than Bleachella

‘Tis the damn season for celebrity spotting at Coachella.

Travis Kelce And Taylor Swift turned the 2024 festival into their final date night on April 13, staying close as they watched their friend Jack Antonoff—his frequent collaborator—performs with his rock band Bleachers.

For the evening While out in Indio, Calif., the Kansas City Chiefs tight end kept things cool by wearing an open flannel, cap and sunglasses, while the “Cruel Summer” singer danced next to him and cheered with his hands in the air, as seen in images on social media.

And the two men weren’t the only ones who made the entire desert sparkle. A few of Taylor’s other best friends also performed at the weekend-long event. Boyfriend Suki Waterhouse And Sabrina Carpenter, who joined Taylor on the first international leg of his Eras tour, both delighted festival-goers by taking the stage on Friday. More, Lana Del Reywho collaborated with the Grammy winner on the film 2022 Midnights “Snow on the Beach”, was the headliner on April 12.

However, Travis and Taylor, both 34, weren’t able to see either of them take the stage on Friday, as the couple instead enjoyed dinner at Sushi Park in Los Angeles that evening.

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News Source : www.eonline.com


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