I went yesterday too.. it was an interesting one for me.
I know multiple people who went for free - tickets have been popping up in competitions everywhere. I got mine through a small donation to a children's charity, I thought I was one of only a few people doing that but when I arrived to collect them, they had literally hundreds of unbought tickets to hand out. It wasn't full, but by no means was it empty. And it was the second date so I guess selling out Wembley twice is always a big ask.
Production levels, effects, length of time given to us, all superb, I can't argue with any of it. Some of the songs, Blank Space particularly, were seriously some of the best pop concert moments I can remember and meant for stadiums.
The problem really was me, and that I didn't take myself to see her sooner. I just couldn't help thinking how much more I would have enjoyed the Red or 1989 tour and how so many songs I wanted/expected were cut/chopped up/medleyed. I can't even fathom a Taylor show without IKYWT and I want to curate a show with Begin Again, All You Had To Do Was Stay, Everything Has Changed, Out Of The Woods etc. I missed a trick not going earlier, I get that I was at the reputation tour but I just felt like there was a loooooot of it, and the ten songs from other albums was a stretch given how they were mostly not full songs. I could live without Call It What You Want, King of My Heart, Dress, Getaway Car. I just don't connect to them as much,
Most upsetting was that I was like at least I'll get Dancing With our Hands Tied, the albums BIG BOP.... acoustic... ffs!!! Don't Blame Me went OFF though
TLDR, it was a great show but in hindsight I'm a mess for not experiencing Taylor two eras ago and seeing the show I would have wanted,