TAYLOR Swift is to take to the stage at Murrayfield with three concerts this week as fans prepare for the arrival of the singer’s Eras Tour.

The pop sensation will be playing in the Scottish capital on June 7, 8 and 9 with thousands expected in Edinburgh.

Coming in at three-and-a-half-hours long, the tour kicked off last year with the European leg getting underway in Paris on May 9.

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Here’s all you need to know about the set times for the concert.

What are the set times for the gig?

According to Murrayfield, the timings for all three nights are as follows:

3pm – gates open for early entry ticketholders

4pm – gates open for everyone else

7pm – Paramore

8pm – Taylor Swift

11pm – curfew

What about buying merchandise?

In a post on Twitter/X, Murrayfield noted that “early merch days” are being held on June 5 and 6 and that these are “open to all”.

The National:

“On show days, non-ticket holders can purchase official merchandise between 10am and 1pm,” the post says.

“After 1pm, only those with a show ticket for that specific day will be able to access merchandise.”

Who is the support act?

Pop-punk icons Paramore are set to support Swift on the European leg of her tour.

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Led by vocalist Hayley Williams, the band released their first album All We Know Is Falling back in 2005.

Williams also collaborated with Swift on the track Castles Crumbling which featured on the album Speak Now (Taylor’s Version).