Taylor Swift concert prompts policy change at California venue

– Levi's Stadium initially had a policy of not allowing bracelets for the Taylor Swift concert.

– Within 24 hours, the stadium reversed its decision and announced that friendship bracelets would be permitted during the concert.

– The reason for the policy change was not specified by the stadium's Twitter account.

– Tailgating will be prohibited during the Swift concerts, and there will be no designated viewing areas outside the stadium.

– Fans without event tickets will not be allowed to congregate in parking areas or on the streets.

– Taylor Swift's Eras Tour will feature performances on July 28 and 29, showcasing her chart-topping songs throughout her career.

– The pop icon, known for hits like "Shake It Off," holds the record for the most No. 1 albums among women and is a 12-time Grammy award winner.

– Santa Clara Mayor Lisa Gillmor proclaimed Taylor Swift as an honorary mayor for July 28-29, and Santa Clara was renamed Swiftie Clara in her honor.

– The concert is expected to be a momentous occasion for Swift's devoted fans, known as "Swifties."