Travis Kelce gave the impression of becoming emotional as he watched Taylor Swift perform a mix of her songs "Mary's Song," "So High School," and "Everything Has Changed." The singer performed a mashup of the three songs as a tribute to her boyfriend, who is a football player, during the surprise song set that she performed at her show in Amsterdam on July 6.

An audience member captured a video of Travis, who is 34 years old, wiping away a tear from his eye when he was dancing along to the mashup at one point during the performance. "Mary's Song" is a song that was released in 2006 and has the lyrics, "I'll be 87, you'll be 89, I'll still look at you like the stars that shine." Fans have been waiting for Taylor, who is 34 years old, to perform the song after months of anticipation. The fact that Travis' football jersey number is 87 and Taylor was born in 1989 has resulted in the references to both numbers becoming a fan-favorite invisible string that has connected the A-listers for a considerable amount of time prior to their actual relationship in 2023.

Taylor's decision to include "So High School" in the performance provided further evidence that Travis was the source of inspiration for the song selections, as she had written the song about their relationship, according to Life & Style. However, despite the fact that Taylor already sang one line of "So High School" during the "The Tortured Poets Department" set of the event, she made sure to incorporate it into her love song mashup that she performed in Amsterdam.

Following the conclusion of the show, Travis waited for Taylor backstage, and the two of them walked out of the stadium together. They both smiled and waved to the people who were watching them before they left. He was very proud of her and showed her off to the hundreds of fans who were waiting to catch a glimpse of her before she could leave.

Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Mahomes were also present at the show in Amsterdam, which was attended by the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs. A concert was held in Kansas City on July 8, 2023, just a few days before the first anniversary of Travis's first Eras tour gig, which took place exactly one year earlier. Travis, who is famous for attending the concert with Patrick, who is 28 years old, then sent a shout-out to Taylor on his podcast after the concert was over. After that, the two became acquainted with one another and have been together ever since.

Travis has been spending as much time as he can in Europe with Taylor during the summer leg of her tour. This is despite the fact that he will soon be required to return to the United States in order to begin training for the 2024 NFL season. In the past, he went to a concert in Amsterdam, as well as one concert in Dublin, Ireland, three concerts in London, and one show in Paris. A few days in May, the pair also managed to sneak away to Lake Como, which is located in Italy.

Following that, the singer known for her hit "Fortnight" will be performing in Zurich, Switzerland, for two gigs on Tuesday, July 9, and Wednesday, July 10, according to Y! Entertainment. After the tour continues until the middle of August, Taylor will take a short rest for a limited amount of time. Following that, she will resume performing in the United States and Canada from October until December, which is the period of time before the Eras tour is officially concluded.

"This has definitely been the most exhausting, all-encompassing, but most joyful, most rewarding, most wonderful thing that has ever happened in my life," Taylor said regarding the Eras tour in June. She continued, "I think that this tour has really become my entire life. It has taken over everything. I think I once had hobbies but I don't know what they were anymore."