Club spokesperson Lucinda Ross said several roads and lanes would be closed from Tuesday morning around the stadium ahead of the event that evening.
“Commuters might have already noticed lane closures around the Gabba and this means traffic is already moving a little slower – but with dozens more expected throughout the day, you know there’ll be trouble when you walk in,” Ms Ross said.
“We’re expecting tens of thousands of Taylor Swift fans to attend so it’ll be slow going. Pack your patience – and if you get caught in the traffic try and follow TayTay’s advice and shake it off!”
Ms Ross reminded drivers hundreds of extra buses would be running to get people into the concert and home again.
“Leaving the car at home will be your best bet, with free buses and trains for ticket holders. Parking will be limited so you’d have to be pretty lucky to snag a blank space,” she said.
“If you must drive and want to avoid problems, book ahead to secure a spot, and you could solve ‘em.”
Ms Ross reminded concert-goers post-gig shuttles would run every couple of minutes to get attendees out of the woods and home to Carindale, Chermside, Ann Street in the CBD and Eight Mile Plains.
A full list of road closures could be viewed here.