If you're in London this weekend, you may notice quite a few people dressed in themed outfits with plenty of friendship bracelets heading to Wembley Stadium.

That's because global popstar Taylor Swift officially starts her London run of her record-breaking Eras Tour.

Selling out all of her dates in London for both June and later in August, the 'All Too Well' singer will be at Wembley for eight shows.

The Grammy winner is set to bring a £300 million boost to the London economy and to mark the occasion, Transport for London has created a 'Bejeweled' new Tube Map.

TfL creates new Tube map inspired by Taylor Swift 

Posting on to X, formerly Twitter, TfL posted referencing Swift's song 'Bejeweled' with "And by the way, I’m going out tonight Introducing Tube Map (Taylor’s Version)."

The London Underground has been given a colourful sparkly new look as traditional line names are replaced by the name of Taylor Swift's albums.

From the Speak Now (Taylor's Version) line, the Reputation line, the Midnights line and her most recent album, The Tortured Poets Department line.

It wasn't just the lines that got a Swifty-inspired new look, as popular stations that have been linked to the singer also got a special mention.

The host of the Eras Tour, Wembley Stadium, has a ruby red heart while spots like Highgate, Hackney, West End and Brixton also got the special treatment.

Keen Swifty will have already worked out that TfL has highlighted the special stations for a reason, all featuring in Swift's song 'London Boy'.

Inspired by her ex-boyfriend Joe Alywn, 'London Boy' takes listeners through the British capital including lines "I enjoy walking Camden Market in the afternoon" and "Took me back to Highgate, met all of his best mates".

Alongside the Swift change to lines and 'London Boy' stations, all other stations on TfL's map also got a makeover, as every station is now a Taylor Swift song.

From Cruel Summer, Picture to Burn, This Love, long story short and the likes of I Did Something Bad and Mean, the Tube has officially become Taylor's Verison for the weekend. 


Many Swifties were quick to react to TfL's special Taylor Swift-inspired map, as one fan said: "Cannot believe Transport for London redrew the Tube Map with Taylor Swift songs! Her impact! My old station is not even on it though.

"Met Line just has too many stations and Speak Now doesn't have enough songs! Wembley Park is Ready For It! I see what you did there TFL."

As another added: "not hammersmith being turned into I forgot that you existed."