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Taylor Swift’s takeover of Inglewood begins Thursday

The highly anticipated Taylor Swift mini-residence at SoFi Stadium finally kicks off Thursday, though hundreds of people lined up at the Inglewood venue on Wednesday for a chance to purchase Eras Tour merchandise before the shows begin.

Pre-event merchandise sales began at 10 a.m. at the Lake Park next to SoFi Stadium and will continue until 7 p.m. schedule at SoFi.

The Eras Tour at SoFi officially kicks off Thursday, with additional performances for Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Tickets were in high demand and stadium officials are reminding the public that people who don’t have tickets shouldn’t bother coming to the venue, thinking they can listen to the music by standing close or just hoping to soak up the atmosphere to sniff.

According to the stadium’s website, no one is allowed to stay in the parking lots or outside the stadium once the show has started, and only ticketed guests are allowed access to the venue.

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There is very little on-site parking and concertgoers are advised to purchase spots in advance, although most may already be sold out.

Subway officials are urging Swift fans to come to the concerts by public transportation to avoid the parking hassle. Additional bus and train services are provided on show nights to assist people to and from the stadium.

Fans can take the newly opened Metro K Line to Downtown Inglewood Station and take a free shuttle bus to SoFi. The shuttle runs from 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM before each show and then 90 minutes after the concert ends. Passengers can take the E (Expo) Line to Expo/Crenshaw Station and then transfer to the K Line.

Fans coming from the South Bay or other locations can take line C (green) to Hawthorne/Lennox station, where a free shuttle is also available during the same hours.

For out-of-town fans who may be staying at hotels near Los Angeles International Airport, the Metro 117 bus is accessible from multiple stops on Century Boulevard and can be driven to the Century/Yukon station next to the stadium. The bus runs until 90 minutes after the concert.

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Metro plans to have temps, ambassadors and additional security personnel at multiple stations to assist Swift fans who may not be familiar with the train system. Additional staff will be available at the Expo/Crenshaw Station (serving the E and K Lines), the K Line Downtown Inglewood Station, the C Line Norwalk and Hawthorne/Lennox stations, and the Seventh/Metro Center Station in the center, containing the A (Blue), B (Red), D (Purple), and E lines.

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