Taylor Swift ‘could appear at Travis Kelce’s music festival next year’ as the Chiefs star plans to take ‘Kelce Jam’ around America ‘on stunning tour across EIGHT cities’

  • Travis Kelce’s ‘Kelce Jam’ only began last year, but he has big plans to grow it
  • Next year, it could be held across the United States with Taylor Swift involved 
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Travis Kelce is planning to take his ‘Kelce Jam’ music festival across America next year and, according to reports, Taylor Swift will lend a helping hand.

This year, ‘Kelce Jam’ is a one-off date in Kansas City on May 18 – with artists Lil Wayne and Diplo headlining. Swift definitely won’t be there as the date clashes with her Eras Tour shows in Sweden.

But that could be different next year, according to The Sun, who say Kelce has a $15million budget to spend.

They say Kelce Jam could significantly expand next year, with the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl winner eyeing up to eight cities for the festival to visit as well as KC – Indianapolis, Chicago, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Miami.

And what’s more, a source is quoted as saying Swift may make an appearance along the way.

Travis Kelce has grand plans to grow his ‘Kelce Jam’ music festival – with help from Taylor Swift

According to new reports, Swift could make appearances at the festival next year

According to new reports, Swift could make appearances at the festival next year

Kelce apparently has a $15million budget to stage more 'Kelce Jam' shows in the future

Kelce apparently has a $15million budget to stage more ‘Kelce Jam’ shows in the future 

‘Taylor knows how to run a show, deal with tours and some of her people are helping his team build a very solid plan and create the best festivals,’ a source is quoted as saying.

‘She would show up at some of the dates, for sure.’

Last week, Swift released her latest album – The Tortured Poets Department – with two songs appearing to be about her romance with Kelce. 

This year’s ‘Kelce Jam’ event in Kansas City is 90% sold out already. Last year, he had Machine Gun Kelly and Rick Ross headline the event – the first time he had staged the show.

The 34-year-old Kelce has made no secret that he is laying foundations for life after football but right now, the Chiefs are his main priority.

When he returns for preseason practice, attention will be set on helping the Chiefs record an historic NFL ‘three-peat’ in the coming season.

February’s Super Bowl victory for Kelce was the second in a row. They beat the Philadelphia Eagles – and his brother Jason – in the 2022 game and followed it up by emerging victorious against the 49ers in February.

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