La Opinion Today: Taylor Swift returns to the stage after 2 years. Americans ready for Halloween

Singer Taylor Swift was away from the stage due to the covid-19 pandemic.

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fans of Taylor Swift They are already waiting for their next concert tour in 2023, where they will promote their new album Midnights and after 2 years of being absent from the stage.

The singer was slow to return to concerts due to the covid-19 pandemic, but it is known that this new album It’s due out October 21 and is made up of songs Swift wrote at midnight.

“Definitely, I think that the musical maturity, we will see it the same, but with greater temperance, with greater security within the composition, I think that we will see lyrics a little strongers”, explained Clary Castro, a journalist for La Opinion.

While in economic matters, inflation in the United States has not only affected people’s pockets, but also traditions, since it is expected a 35% increase in sweets for this Halloween, according to Paypal.

“According to PayPal estimates, candy in the United States during this Halloween season will be more expensive (…) prices are increasing due to inflation, which we already know, but also because companies candy producers continue to face problems in the supply chains”, explained Maria Lavandera, a journalist for La Opinion.

Despite this, Lavandera argued that “so far, the price increase has not had an impact on consumers, some continue to buy and prepare for months.”

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