Taylor Swift was forced to postpone her Eras Tour concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday night, November 10 because of heavy rainfall.
The pop queen shared on her Instagram story on Friday, “I love rain shows but I am never going to endanger my fans or fellow performers and crew.”
Considering the “chaotic” weather, she announced a new day for the concert, “We’ve rescheduled tonight’s Buenos Aires show for Sunday.”
“Due to the weather being so truly chaotic it would be unsafe to try and put on this concert,” Taylor, 33 continued.
She concluded with “good news” as she got “to stay in Argentina longer!!”
The sky started pouring shortly after her beau Travis Kelce landed in the capital city.
The fans also shared clips of the storm on X, formerly Twitter, showing the open roof venue filling with water as dark clouds covered the sky.
The Blank Space hitmaker is not new to dealing with the inclement weather on her concert shows.
In Nashville, fans withstood a multi-hour long lighting delay and a downpour in Foxboro just a week after in May.
However, the singer never compromised the safety of her fans and crew when deciding whether or not to perform her 3.5 hour long show.
Nevertheless, the Kansas City Chief tight end managed to land in Buenos Aires in the morning before the storm became too intense.
He flew throughout the night after marking an attendance in teammate Patrick Mahomes’ charity gala on Thursday, November 9. Notably, Swift also made a donation in it.
Kelce, 34, was photographed getting off of a private jet before settling into the car waiting for him.