Taylor Swift spent October 2nd and 3rd in Omaha, Nebraska performing for her 1989 World Tour. Both nights, she sold out the CenturyLink Center that seats 16,000 people. Swift has a little bit of everything at her concerts. There were videos of Taylor’s closest friends discussing their friendship with the pop star, bright lights and lasers, fireworks, amazing dancers, confetti, and wristbands for all 16,000 people that lit up on beat to the songs Taylor was singing. The runway that extended out of Taylor’s stage rose into the air and spun around the arena so that she could get up close and personal with everyone there. Each song had its own production to go along with it. There were props. There were choreographed dances. There were costumes. Most songs that she sang came off of her newest album 1989. However, she did sing a few of her older songs including “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “Love Story,” and “Fearless.” She talked about bullying and encouraged everyone to start supporting each other. She assured her fans that they shouldn’t worry about bullies. Everyone was dancing, screaming, singing, and having an amazing time. It was definitely the greatest concert that I’ve ever been to.