During her 10-minute performance of "All Too Well" on the first night in Zurich, Switzerland, Taylor Swift sought assistance from stadium workers as the summer heat bore down on the open-roofed venue. Fans gathered at Stadion Letzigrund on Tuesday, July 9, for the concert, enduring a high temperature of 89 degrees Fahrenheit (39 degrees Celsius).

Taylor Swift asked the workers to help concert-goers. She stopped the concert, pointed at the crowd and said, "We need help right there. Time won't fly, it is like I am paralysed by it". Furthermore, Taylor said, "Help back there please."

While staff members are dispersed throughout the stadium and near the stage to monitor the audience and distribute water bottles, the artists performing on stage have a unique vantage point that allows them to better observe the crowd and identify individuals who may need assistance.

Just before the concert began, Taylor expressed her gratitude to the fans for attending despite the heat wave. She remarked, "I'm looking out at this crowd tonight and you've decided to come out here in the heat, in the blazing sun and you're still dancing like crazy. Immediate bonus points right off the bat."

Typically, floor seating at Taylor Swift's concerts outside the United States lacks chairs or assigned seats. Swift frequently pauses her performances in Europe to ensure her fans receive any necessary assistance.

It's not the first time Taylor has reached out to help fans. Before Zurich, Taylor assisted her fans in Stockholm, asking if they were holding up lights to get her attention or if someone needed help before the acoustic section. In Scotland, she noticed a fan in need and kept strumming her guitar until workers arrived to assist. Additionally, in London, she called for assistance multiple times during her songs.

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