Taylor Swift arrives at LAX on Saturday from Japan, in time for Super Bowl 58

Taylor Swift’s frenzied race to Las Vegas in time for the Super Bowl is nearly over, as the pop star’s private jet landed at Los Angeles International Airport Saturday afternoon after a flight from Japan.

Swift went straight to Los Angeles after four shows in Tokyo as part of her Eras Tour. She is set to attend Super Bowl LVIII, when her boyfriend, star Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, will face the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium.

Swift trackers believe she may be going from Los Angeles to Vegas for the Super Bowl.

Since the Chiefs won their Super Bowl berth, the major question was whether

Swift will be able to travel from Japan to Vegas in time for the game. Fortunately, the singer had time on her side.

With a 17-hour time difference between Tokyo and Las Vegas, she hit the stage at 1 a.m. Vegas time. Swift rushed to a private jet at Haneda Airport following her final song. With the time difference, Swift arrived in the United States with hours to spare before Sunday’s game.

The second leg of Swift’s tour begins in Australia on February 16.

The travel from Vegas to Melbourne, where Swift will perform, takes around 18 hours. Unlike the travel from Japan, the time difference will not be in her favor, as Melbourne is 19 hours ahead of Las Vegas. Even so, Swift will have plenty of time to see the Super Bowl and get to Australia in time for her gig.

Super Bowl LVIII will be broadcast on CBS and Nickelodeon and streamed on Paramount+ on February 11 from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. ET.

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