Aviation News

October 22, 2010

Taylor Swift to Perform at JetBlue’s JFK Terminal Five

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Hopefully Kanye West will not be flying JetBlue that day.

Continuing their Live from T5 concert series, JetBlue has announced that country/pop musician Taylor Swift will hold a live performance at the New York-JFK hub on Wednesday, October 27th.

Like previous T5 concerts, Swift will perform in the terminal’s Marketplace area, inside security. Only jetBlue travelers will have access to the performance.

Later that evening, Swift will fly to Los Angeles on a “Flight Across America” charter flight during which she will perform an in-flight concert. These performances are meant to promote Swift’s latest album, “Speak Now,” scheduled for release two days earlier.

Taylor Swift will be the third major musical act to perform at T5 this year, following shows by Sarah McLachlan and rock band Daughtry.



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