A flight attendant shows the view of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour from the sky

Taylor Swift wearing knee-high boots and a sparkly blue outfit while singing into a microphone on stage
Taylor Swift performs in Arlington, Texas, during the Eras Tour.Omar Vega/Getty Images
  • Taylor Swift performed at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, this weekend.

  • The stadium sits near Newark Airport, so planes flew over it as Swift performed.

  • A flight attendant shared a TikTok video where she captured an aerial view of the show.

A flight attendant captured a one-of-a-kind view of a Taylor Swift concert.

Swift just reached the halfway point of her Eras Tour, which kicked off on March 17.

She performs for three hours during her shows, singing songs from all of her albums aside from her self-titled debut record, though sometimes she plays tracks from the album as part of an acoustic set.

On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, she performed at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, pulling crowds from New York City and the surrounding area.

Taylor Swift extending her arms on stage while lifting her head up and wearing a black dress with pink detailing.
Taylor Swift performs during the Eras Tour in Las Vegas.Ethan Miller/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Over 82,000 people attended the show each night, according to Channel 4 New York.

MetLife sits around 13 miles away from Newark Airport, so planes could be seen flying over the stadium as Swift performed.

And on Sunday, a flight attendant named Nic posted a TikTok to show what the view of the stadium was like for people flying over it during Swift's performances.

Nic captured MetLife during the plane's final approach to Newark, so the stadium was clearly visible.

In the video, you can see the stadium flashing different colors, both from the lighting on Swift's stage and the LED bracelets attendees wear during the show.

"Final Approach, Taylor's Version," Nic captioned the video, referencing the titles of Swift's rerecorded albums.

People who attended the concert flooded Nic's comment section after she posted the video, praising her for showing the view.

"I saw the planes and was waiting for someone to post this view," one user commented.

"Flight attendants always to the rescue," Nic responded.

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