How to attend and follow Taylor Swift's upcoming trial appearance

Trial begins Monday in downtown Denver
Posted at 4:48 PM, Aug 03, 2017

DENVER — About 100 journalists have applied for credentials to cover the trial involving Taylor Swift, signifying it will be a highly-covered trial. As such, public interest is high, and seating will be available for the general public.

With the exception of jury selection, 32 public seats will be available in the courtroom, 75 additional seats will be in an overflow area.

The public can start lining up in front of the courthouse at 901 19th Street beginning at 6 a.m. There will be separate seating for morning and afternoon sessions.

For specifics on what you can and cannot bring into the courtroom, please set the following guidelines established by the court.

MORE | Check out the decorum order here. 

“This isn't a concert. This isn't an awards show. This is a federal trial," said clerk of court Jeff Colwell.

Denver7 will also be following the trial closely. Watch for Denver7's live blog, beginning on Tuesday, after jury selection ends.

Also, check out some of our past content, including 7 things you should know about the trial.