Swifties line up early at Gillette to score official merchandise from ‘The Eras Tour’ as Taylor Swift performs in Massachusetts

The Swifties waited all night at Gillette Stadium to get their hands on official Taylor Swift merchandise that will go on sale Thursday before the star’s three-day concert that’s part of “The Eras Tour.” “There are, like, exclusive merchandise — the blue crew neck everyone wants,” said one fan. Dave Randlett said he took the day off work and stood in line at 2:45 a.m. to get merchandise for his daughter. Sales began at 10 a.m. in the official merchandise trailer open until 7 p.m., located in District 3-B on the east side of Gillette Stadium. The line will be capped to accommodate the 7 p.m. closing. Car parks for fans buying merchandise on Thursdays can be accessed via P1 when traveling from the north and P2 for fans traveling from the south. The merchandise trailer will be cashless, items will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Prior to shows on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the trailer will open with a stadium lot at 2:30pm and will be located on the west side of the stadium across from Lot 10 and adjacent to the CVS Health Gate . Anyone without an event ticket will not be able to access and park the stadium arena to access the merchandise trailer. Video below: Fans are lining up for a Swiftie swag. Gillette, but in the past many have cycled through Washington Street in South Walpole, and some drivers said they were simply following directions on GPS apps like Waze. Walpole Police Chief said he contacted Waze last summer and now has the ability during large events to remove certain streets from suggested routes on the app. “And that eliminated people who would migrate into these neighborhoods when the GPS would tell them to get off Washington Street in South Walpole, and then they would be backed into the neighborhoods. So that was a change that we made last year, which has proven to work. “We hope it will have the same effect this time,” Walpole’s Chief Constable Richard Keeler said. Traffic jams are still to be expected as many Swift fans will be coming to Gillette for the first time. VIDEO BELOW: Concert stage preparations at Gillette Stadium

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The Swifties waited all night at Gillette Stadium to score official Taylor Swift merchandise that goes on sale Thursday before the star’s three-day concert that’s part of “The Eras Tour.”

Dozens of superhero fans waited in line for hours for the merchandise trailer to open.

“There are, like, exclusive merchandise — the blue crew neck everyone wants,” said one fan.

Dave Randlett said he took the day off work and stood in line at 2:45 a.m. to get items for his daughter.

Sales began at 10 a.m. in the official merchandise trailer open until 7 p.m., located in District 3-B on the east side of Gillette Stadium.

The line will be capped to accommodate the 7 p.m. closing. Car parks for fans buying merchandise on Thursdays can be accessed via P1 when traveling from the north and P2 for fans traveling from the south. The cargo trailer will be cashless, and items will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Prior to performances on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the trailer will open with a stadium cutoff at 2:30pm and will be located on the west side of the stadium across from Lot 10 and adjacent to the CVS Health Gate.

Anyone without an event ticket will not be able to access and park the stadium grounds to access the merchandise trailer.

Video below: Fans line up for the Swiftie swag

Fans from Boston and other points north are supposed to use Route 1 to get to Gillette, but in the past, many have cut off Washington Street in South Walpole.

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Some drivers said they were simply following directions on GPS apps like Waze.

Walpole Police Chief said he contacted Waze last summer and now has the ability during large events to remove certain streets from suggested routes on the app.

“And that eliminated people who would migrate into these neighborhoods when the GPS would tell them to get off Washington Street in South Walpole, and then they would be backed into the neighborhoods. So that was a change that we made last year, which has proven to work. Walpole’s chief constable, Richard Keeler, said: “We hope it will have the same effect this time around.”

Traffic jams are still to be expected as many Swift fans will be coming to Gillette for the first time.

Video below: Concert stage preparations at Gillette Stadium

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