The Eras Tour is now in full swing, and Taylor Swift’s fans are having a great time at the concert. If you have followed Taylor Swift for some time, you will be familiar with her consistent practice of adding an unexpected song to her tour set lists.
This tradition dates back to The Red Tour and, in essence, even traces back to the Speak Now World Tour, where she delighted audiences with surprise during that period.
As the tour is now officially underway, Taylor has brought back the exciting tradition of surprise songs. With a whopping 45 songs already in the setlist, it leaves her with an incredible selection of nearly 200 songs to choose from for the list of surprise slots. Fans can expect an unforgettable experience with such a vast array of potential surprises throughout the tour.
What songs did Taylor Swift play during the concert?
Based on reports from fans who came to the first Eras Tour show in Glendale, AZ, Taylor playfully teased that she intends to perform each surprise only once unless, of course, she makes a mistake. Fans become even more enthusiastic to witness the special moments she has in store for them as a result of the additional element of anticipation and uniqueness it brings to each concert.
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During the opening shows of The Eras Tour, Taylor Swift delighted the audience with the surprising song “Mirrorball” from her album “Folklore.”
She continued to amaze the crowd by performing the opening track from her debut album, “Tim McGraw.” The following night, fans were treated to another surprise as she sang ‘This is me trying’ from “Folklore” and the beloved fan favorite ‘State of Grace’ from “Red”(Taylor’s Version).
As Taylor progresses, fans can eagerly anticipate more unexpected and memorable performances, making each concert a unique and unforgettable experience.
With Taylor Swift planning to include two surprise songs per show and a total of 53 dates on the U.S. leg of the tour, she could potentially showcase an additional 106 songs if she continues with this pattern without repeating any selections.
Taylor Swift’s performance at Levi’s Stadium
On Friday night’s sold-out Eras Tour concert at Levi’s Stadium, Taylor Swift kicked off the show with the song “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince.” As the concert progressed, fans were eagerly anticipating the two surprise songs that she would unveil during the night.
During the Friday night concert in the Bay Arena, Taylor Swift thrilled the audience by performing “Right Where You Left Me” from her album “Evermore” as one of the surprise songs. In addition to that, she also delighted fans with a rendition of “Castles Crumbling” from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version).
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List of surprise songs Taylor Swift has already played in July month
Here is a compilation of the songs Swift has already performed during the tour, categorized by era, as reported by Billboard.
In Cincinnati, Ohio, on July 1, Swift performed ‘Ivy’ with Aaron Dessner, ‘I miss you, I’m Sorry’ with Gracie Abrams, and ‘Call It What You Want.’
In Kansas City, Missouri, on July 7, Swift surprised the crowd with ‘Never Grow Up’ and ‘When Emma Falls in Love.’
In Kansas City, Missouri show on July 18, and Swift performed ‘Last Kiss’ and ‘Dorothea’.
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In Denver on July 14, she sang ‘Picture To Burn’ and ‘Timeless.’
On July 15, in Denver, Taylor charmed the crowd with ‘Starlight’ and ‘Back To December.’
In Seattle on July 22, Taylor treated the audience with ‘This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things’ and ‘Everything Has Changed.’
The following night, on July 23 in Seattle, she surprised fans with ‘Message In A Bottle’ and ‘Tied Together With A Smile.’
In Santa Clara, California, on July 28 and 29, Swift performed ‘Right Where You Left Me’ and ‘Castles Crumbling.’
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