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Swifties outraged over pic of baby on floor

The European leg of Taylor Swift's Eras tour has stirred up controversy after a photo circulating on social media saw a baby kept on...
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Swifties outraged over pic of baby on floor

The European leg of

Taylor Swift

‘s

Eras tour

has stirred up

controversy

after a photo circulating on social media saw a

baby

kept on the stadium floor during one of her shows in Paris.
Over the weekend, a photo of a baby lying on the ground with a man standing nearby, and a merchandise bag by its side, prompted concern among Swifties.
In response to the uproar, a representative for La Défense Arena in Paris issued a statement addressing the situation.

According to the venue’s “general terms and conditions of sale stipulate that all minors (without any age limit) holding a ticket for a concert at Paris La Défense Arena must be accompanied by an adult.”
Additionally, it was emphasized that children under 18 are the legal responsibility of their guardians, in accordance with venue policy.

The statement further clarified that alternative seating arrangements were offered to ticket holders with young children on the floor, but these options were reportedly declined.
Swift-fever struck Paris last Thursday as the highest-grossing tour in history finally arrived in Europe, with fans treated to the first-ever performance of songs from her latest album.
The Eras Tour began its European leg with four dates at the La Defense Arena in Paris and attendance on the first night alone was 45,387, according to her press team. The singer was in the news over the new set list for the show that includes songs from her new album ‘The Tortured Poets Department’. Several of the darker new tracks included in the lineup were “But Daddy I Love Him”, “Fortnight”, a particularly furious rendition of “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?” and an elaborate “I Can Do it with a Broken Heart” with a golden-era Hollywood dance routine.

After France, Swift heads on for dates in Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland and Austria.
The Eras Tour has already worked its way across North and South America and Asia since starting in March 2023.
By the end of the year, it had already become the first to sell more than $1 billion in tickets and is on track to more than double that by the time it concludes in Vancouver this December.