One of the nights that seemed to be the most special for Taylor Swift and his hundreds of fans who attended a concert in Brazilended in one of the most tragic nights that could be experienced at a concert, after the death of a fan due to cardiorespiratory arrest became known, and more than a thousand people fainted due to the heat wave that was experienced in the place.
According to social networks, the country’s temperatures reached more than 60 degrees, which caused the fans in the crowd, fury and fervor to feel very bad, to the point of being completely unconscious.
And the start of her tour in Brazil this November 17 did not end well for Taylor, as it was learned that one of her fans, Ana Benavides, died due to high temperatures. In addition, the moment was captured where the singer also had to leave the stage, because the heat she felt was already unbearable.
Unfortunately, the show didn’t start in the best way, and it is claimed that Swift’s team had to hand out water to concertgoers to withstand the heat. But this was not enough, since firefighters reported that an approximate number of 1000 attendees fainted while they waited for the night.
As has been known, the place did not have the best conditions to hold a show for that crowd, and the areas that were prepared for better ventilation were covered with coating, which prevented it from having a more adequate temperature.
The Nilton Santos Olympic Stadium has its structure, openings and areas for
promote air circulation in the archways and on the tracks. All of them were covered by tapume, which greatly prejudices the ventilation of the environment. Also with a more pleasant temperature on the side of… pic.twitter.com/dpYtBOThBa
— Igor Paiva (@atheon_apex) November 18, 2023
According to Folha de S. Paulo, firefighters report that in around a thousand days, the heat of the thermal sensation of 60ºC has caused the punishment of Rio de Janeiro at the start of Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour”. #RioTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/s8QPJwGujn
— PAN (@forumpandlr) November 18, 2023
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