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Taylor Swift Eras Tour setlist 2024: All 45 songs played by Taylor

6 April 2024, 10:27

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It's safe to say that Taylor Swift 's Eras Tour has well and truly surpassed every single expectation we had. The Eras Tour officially opened its doors in Glendale, Arizona on March 17th where Taylor performed songs from all 10 of her albums.

Taylor has over 200 songs to choose from for The Eras Tour setlist – but what songs made the cut? And what songs got cut?

Here's all the songs in Taylor's Eras Tour setlist, including every song featured in the show, how many songs she plays, every surprise song and whether or not she will change the setlist to include The Tortured Poets Department .

Plus, all the updates to the setlist and what to expect for the international Eras Tour dates.

READ MORE: Taylor Swift Eras Tour movie: Every song cut from setlist and two surprise songs revealed

What songs are on Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour setlist?

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour setlist: What songs will Taylor play?

How many songs does Taylor Swift play on the Eras Tour setlist?

The average Taylor Swift concert is around 2 hours long but The Eras Tour is a whole different beast... The concert is a whopping 3 hours and 15 minutes long, and Taylor performs a huge 45 tracks within that timeframe.

Not all the tracks are performed in full, though – some are shortened versions. There's also a couple of additional little interludes that pop up throughout the show.

For context, on the Rep tour, Taylor performed 19 tracks in total, including several mashups that featured some of her older songs. For The 1989 World Tour, she performed 18 songs, while 17 songs were performed on The Red Tour and the Speak Now World Tour.

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour setlist: What songs does Taylor Swift perform on the Eras Tour?

Taylor now only has two more legs of the Eras Tour to complete: Europe and the second U.S. and Canada leg. International fans heading to the shows in 2024 now have a pretty solid idea of what to expect when she performs later down the line. But big changes could come thanks to The Tortured Poets Department .

The Eras Tour set list features a mix of her highest charting songs, lead singles, fan favourites, outright bangers and tracks that stand out as milestones in her incredible career so far.

On March 31st, during her first show in Arlington, TX, Taylor confirmed that the setlist will have some changes as the tour goes on. Two permanent changes have happened so far, with songs being replaced and added:

  • 'invisible string' was cut and replaced with 'the 1' on March 31st.
  • 'Long Live' was added on July 7th.

Here's the full 45 song Eras tour setlist, in order, based on the first show in Glendale, AZ:

(Additions and changes to the setlist are indicated with an asterisk.)

  • Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince (shortened)
  • Cruel Summer
  • You Need To Calm Down (shortened)
  • Fearless (shortened)
  • You Belong With Me
  • tis the damn season***
  • marjorie (shortened)
  • champagne problems
  • tolerate it
  • …Ready For It?
  • Don’t Blame Me
  • Look What You Made Me Do
  • Long Live**
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well (10 Minute Version)
  • invisible string*
  • the last great american dynasty
  • illicit affairs (shortened)
  • my tears ricochet
  • Blank Space
  • Shake It Off
  • Wildest Dreams (shortened)
  • Bad Blood (shortened)
  • Surprise Guitar Acoustic Song
  • Surprise Piano Acoustic Song
  • Lavender Haze
  • Midnight Rain
  • Vigilante Shit

All Eras Tour setlist changes and updates so far:

*'invisible string' was replaced by 'the 1' from March 31st onwards. It returned on May 6th in Nashville night 2, but 'the 1' came back to the setlist on May 7th.

**On July 7th and 8th, Taylor performed 'Long Live' after 'Enchanted'. The song has now officially been added to the full setlist.

***On July 22nd, Taylor replaced 'tis the damn season' so she could perform 'No Body, No Crime' with HAIM. 'Tis the damn season' returned to the main setlist on August 24th in Mexico City.

For all the shows where Phoebe Bridgers appeared as a support act, Taylor performed 'Nothing New' with her during the Red (TV) section.

Ice Spice joined Taylor on stage to perform 'Karma' on May 26th and May 27th in East Rutherford, NJ, in honour of the release of their new version of the song.

As of March 9th 2024, there is still no section on the tour dedicated to her debut album, Taylor Swift .

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Taylor Swift's last tour was back in 2018 with the Reputation Stadium Tour

What surprise songs has Taylor Swift performed?

Much like her other tours, Taylor will perform two surprise songs for each show. In 2023, Taylor played an additional 124 songs from her own discography. (Plus one of Gracie Abrams' own songs.)

The list has been reset for the 2024 shows, and Taylor has now introduced mashups.

Here's the full list of all the Surprise Acoustic Songs Taylor has performed on The Eras Tour so far:

  • 'mirrorball' and 'Tim McGraw' (Glendale, AZ – Night 1)
  • 'this is me trying' and 'State of Grace' (Glendale, AZ - Night 2)
  • 'Our Song' and 'Snow on the Beach' (Las Vegas, NZ – Night 1)
  • 'cowboy like me' (with Marcus Mumford) and 'White Horse' (Las Vegas, NZ – Night 2)
  • 'Sad Beautiful Tragic' and 'Ours' (Arlington, TX – Night 1)
  • 'Death By a Thousand Cuts' and 'Clean' (Arlington, TX – Night 2)
  • 'Jump Then Fall' and 'The Lucky One' (Arlington, TX – Night 3)
  • 'Speak Now' and 'Treacherous' (Tampa, FL – Night 1)
  • 'The Great War' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'You're On Your Own, Kid' (Tampa, FL – Night 2)
  • 'mad woman' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'Mean' (Tampa, FL – Night 3)
  • 'Wonderland' and 'You're Not Sorry' (Houston, TX – Night 1)
  • 'A Place In This World' and 'Today Was A Fairytale' (Houston, TX – Night 2)
  • 'Begin Again' and 'Cold as You' (Houston, TX – Night 3)
  • 'The Other Side of the Door' and 'Coney Island' (Atlanta, GA – Night 1)
  • 'High Infidelity' and 'Gorgeous' (Atlanta, GA – Night 2)
  • 'I Bet You Think About Me' and 'How You Get The Girl' (Atlanta, GA – Night 3)
  • 'Sparks Fly' and 'Teardrops On My Guitar' (Nashville, TN – Night 1)
  • 'Out of the Woods' and 'Fifteen' (Nashville, TN – Night 2)
  • 'Would've Could've Should've' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'Mine' (Nashville, TN – Night 3)
  • 'gold rush' and 'Come Back... Be Here' (Philadelphia, PA – Night 1)
  • 'Forever & Always' and 'This Love' (Philadelphia, PA – Night 2)
  • 'Hey Stephen' and 'The Best Day' (Philadelphia, PA – Night 3)
  • 'Should've Said No' and 'Better Man' (Foxborough, MA – Night 1)
  • 'Question...?' and 'Invisible' (Foxborough, MA – Night 2)
  • 'I Think He Knows' and 'Red' (Foxborough, MA – Night 3)
  • 'Getaway Car' (with Jack Antonoff) and 'Maroon' (East Rutherford, NJ – Night 1)
  • 'Holy Ground' and 'False God' (East Rutherford, NJ – Night 2)
  • 'Welcome To New York' and 'Clean' (East Rutherford, NJ – Night 3)
  • 'I Wish You Would' and 'the lakes' (Chicago, IL – Night 1)
  • 'You All Over Me' (with Maren Morris) and 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever' (Chicago, IL – Night 2)
  • 'Hits Different' and 'The Moment I Knew' (Chicago, IL – Night 3)
  • 'Haunted' and 'I Almost Do' (Detroit, MI – Night 1)
  • 'All You Had To Do Was Stay' and 'Breathe' (Detroit, MI – Night 2)
  • 'Mr. Perfectly Fine' and 'The Last Time' (Pittsburgh, PA – Night 1)
  • 'seven' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'The Story of Us' (Pittsburgh, PA – Night 2)
  • 'Paper Rings' and 'If This Was A Movie' (Minneapolis, MN – Night 1)
  • 'Dear John' and 'Daylight' (Minneapolis, MN – Night 2)
  • 'I'm Only Me When I'm With You' and 'evermore' (Cincinnati, OH – Night 1)
  • 'ivy' (with Aaron Dessner), 'I miss you, I’m sorry' (with Gracie Abrams) and 'Call It What You Want' (Cincinnati, OH – Night 2)
  • 'Never Grow Up' and 'When Emma Falls In Love' (Kansas City, MO – Night 1)
  • 'Last Kiss' and 'dorothea' (Kansas City, MO – Night 2)
  • 'Picture To Burn' and 'Timeless' (Denver, CO – Night 1)
  • 'Starlight' and 'Back To December' (Denver, CO – Night 2)
  • 'This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things' and 'Everything Has Changed' (Seattle, WA – Night 1)
  • 'Message In A Bottle' and 'Tied Together With A Smile' (Seattle, WA – Night 2)
  • 'right where you left me' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'Castles Crumbling' (Santa Clara, CA – Night 1)
  • 'Stay Stay Stay' and 'All of the Girls You've Loved Before' (Santa Clara, CA – Night 2)
  • 'I Can See You' and Maroon' (Los Angeles, CA – Night 1)
  • 'Our Song' and 'You Are In Love' (Los Angeles, CA – Night 2)
  • 'Death By A Thousand Cuts' and 'You're On Your Own, Kid' (Los Angeles, CA – Night 3)
  • 'Dress' and 'exile' (Los Angeles, CA – Night 4)
  • 'I Know Places' and 'King of My Heart' (Los Angeles, CA – Night 5)
  • 'New Romantics' and 'New Year's Day' (Los Angeles, CA – Night 6)
  • 'I Forgot That You Existed' and 'Sweet Nothing' (Mexico City – Night 1)
  • 'Tell Me Why' and 'Snow on the Beach' (Mexico City – Night 2)
  • 'Cornelia Street' and 'You're On Your Own, Kid' (Mexico City – Night 3)
  • 'Afterglow' and 'Maroon' (Mexico City – Night 4)
  • 'The Very First Night' and 'Labyrinth' (Buenos Aires – Night 1)
  • 'Is It Over Now?'+ 'Out of the Woods' mashup and 'End Game' (Buenos Aires – Night 2)
  • 'Better Than Revenge' and 'Slut!' (Buenos Aires – Night 3)
  • 'Stay Beautiful' and 'Suburban Legends' (Rio de Janeiro – Night 1)
  • 'Dancing With Our Hands Tied' and 'Bigger Than The Whole Sky' (Rio de Janeiro – Night 2)
  • 'ME!' and 'So It Goes...' (Rio de Janeiro – Night 3)
  • 'Now That We Don't Talk' and 'Innocent' (São Paulo - Night 1)
  • 'Safe & Sound' and 'Untouchable' (São Paulo - Night 2)
  • 'Say Don't Go' and 'it's time to go' (São Paulo - Night 3)
  • 'Dear Reader' and 'Holy Ground' (Tokyo - Night 1)
  • 'Eyes Open' and 'Electric Touch' (Tokyo - Night 2)
  • 'Superman' and 'The Outside' (Tokyo - Night 3)
  • 'Come In With The Rain' and 'You're On Your Own, Kid' (Tokyo - Night 4)
  • 'Red' and 'You're Losing Me' (Melbourne – Night 1)
  • 'Getaway Car/August/The Other Side of the Door' and 'this is me trying' (Melbourne – Night 2)
  • 'Come Back...Be Here/Daylight' and 'Teardrops On My Guitar' (Melbourne – Night 3)
  • 'How You Get The Girl' and 'White Horse/Coney Island' with Sabrina Carpenter (Sydney – Night 1)
  • 'Should've Said No/You're Not Sorry' and 'New Year's Day/Peace' (Sydney – Night 2)
  • 'Is It Over Now?/I Wish You Would' and 'Haunted/Exile' (Sydney – Night 3)
  • 'Would've Could've Should've/Ivy' and 'Forever & Always/Maroon' (Sydney – Night 4)
  • 'Mine/Starlight' and 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever/Dress' (Singapore – Night 1)
  • 'Long Story Short/The Story of Us' and 'Clean/Evermore' (Singapore – Night 2)
  • 'Foolish One/Tell Me Why' and 'This Love/Call It What You Want' (Singapore – Night 3)
  • 'Death By A Thousand Cuts/Babe' and 'Fifteen/You're On Your Own, Kid' (Singapore – Night 4)
  • 'Sparks Fly/Gold Rush' and 'False God/Slut!' (Singapore – Night 5)
  • 'Tim McGraw/Cowboy Like Me' and 'Mirrorball/Epiphany' (Singapore – Night 6)

Taylor has 'reset' the surprise song list, which means anyone attending a show in 2024 can anticipate hearing a song she's already performed. She previously stated that she will only play each surprise song once during the tour, unless she messes one up.

There's also no rules for Taylor repeating songs from Midnights as surprise songs, which means fans may get to hear the likes of 'You're On Your Own Kid' and 'Snow on the Beach' again at some point in the future.

We'll update this article with every Surprise Acoustic Song – and every surprise song that she will play again – after every show.

Will Taylor Swift change the Eras Tour setlist to include The Tortured Poets Department?

Will Taylor Swift change the Eras Tour setlist for the international shows?

As of March 9th 2024, the Eras Tour setlist has remained the same as the U.S. leg. However, with the release of The Tortured Poets Department in April, things could change. More on that further down the page.

Fans attending the European shows might end up hearing Taylor perform 'Castles Crumbling' with Hayley Williams as an additional song during the Speak Now section, as Paramore will be supporting her throughout those tour dates. (Both Phoebe Bridgers and HAIM joined Taylor on stage to perform 'Nothing New' and 'No Body, No Crime' respectively on the nights they were support acts.)

After completing her shows in South America, Australia, Japan and Singapore, Taylor is now set to pick the tour back up in Europe in May 2024 and run through to mid-August, before returning to North America in November 2024.

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Will Taylor Swift change the Eras Tour setlist to include The Tortured Poets Department ?

Taylor's brand new album will be released on April 19th, just before she embarks on the European leg of the Eras Tour.

We won't know for sure whether or not the official setlist will change to accommodate those songs until she kicks off the Eras Tour in Paris on May 9th.

It's unclear if she will add a new TTPD section to the tour, but it's looking very likely that Taylor will perform some of those new songs as surprise songs. We'll update this article as soon as we know more!

What are Taylor's most performed songs on tour?

Before she embarked on The Eras Tour, Taylor’s top 3 most performed songs are ‘Love Story’ (491 times), ‘Our Song’ (404 times) and ‘You Belong With Me’ (381 times).

Of course, almost all of Taylor’s most performed songs are from her first two albums. As the list goes on, the Speak Now bops, Red bangers and 1989 hits start to weave their way in.

If you’re wondering what Taylor’s most played songs from her first five albums are, here’s a break down:

  • Taylor Swift : ‘Our Song’, ‘Tim McGraw’ and ‘Picture To Burn’
  • Fearless: ‘Love Story’, ‘You Belong With Me’ and ‘Fifteen’
  • Speak Now : ‘Sparks Fly’, ‘Mean’ and ‘Mine’
  • Red : ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’, ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ and ‘Red’
  • 1989 : ‘Shake It Off’, ‘Blank Space’ and ‘Out of the Woods’

Taylor has only had the chance to perform songs from Reputation on the Reputation Stadium Tour so far, but ‘Ready For It?’, ‘Delicate’ and ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ take the top spots when it comes to live performances of the Rep tracks.

Due to the cancellation of Lover Fest, Taylor hasn’t been able to perform Lover on a tour setting. Folklore, Evermore and Midnights will also be making their tour debut on the Eras Tour.

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Here Are All the Songs in ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ Movie

Find out which songs from the tour setlist were cut

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Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” concert film premiered in October to an enthusiastic crowd of celebrities, fans and of course Taylor’s team, with the star of the film in attendance. As one of the first to see the film, TheWrap got the scoop on which songs from the wildly popular tour made the film, and which songs were cut.

After making speeches in multiple auditoriums for separate audiences, Swift, clad in a sky blue floral-patterned dress (probably in theme for “1989 (Taylor’s Version) with her hair pinned up like the signature bob she had when that album first came out), sat back to enjoy the film’s premiere in one of the IMAX screening rooms with her background vocalists and publicist Tree Paine.

The documentary runs 2 hours and 48 minutes, slightly shorter than Swift’s three-hour setlist and performance, which she has brought to 17 of the United States so far in addition to Mexico. The European leg will kick off in November, with Swift returning for 15 more U.S. shows in October and November of 2024. And now you can rent “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” on digital to watch at home. Read on for the 41 songs that made the cut to truly represent all 10 of Swift’s eras.

Now that the film is heading exclusively to Disney+ for streaming , additional acoustic surprise songs will make it into the film, all of which were filmed during the Los Angeles SoFi shows.

Here are all the songs in “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour”:

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Lover (5 songs)

  • “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince”
  • “Cruel Summer”
  • “You Need to Calm Down”

Fearless (3 songs)

  • “You Belong With Me”
  • “Love Story”

Evermore (4 songs)

  • “Champagne Problems”
  • “Tolerate It”

Reputation (4 songs)

  • “Ready for It”
  • “Don’t Blame Me”
  • “Look What You Made Me Do”

A light-skinned woman leans back, head raised and singing into a microphone, a digital projection of a complex system of pipes and a giant snake behind her.

Speak Now (1 Song)

  • “Enchanted”

Red (4 Songs)

  • “We Are Never Getting Back Together”
  • “I Knew You Were Trouble”
  • “All Too Well (10-Minute Version)”

Folklore (6 Songs)

  • “Last Great American Dynasty”
  • “Illicit Affairs”
  • “My Tears Ricochet”

1989 (4 Songs)

  • “Blank Space”
  • “Shake It Off”
  • “Bad Blood”

Surprise (1 Guitar & 1 Piano)

  • “Our Song” (Guitar)
  • “You’re on Your Own Kid” (Piano)

Midnights (7 Songs)

  • “Lavender Haze”
  • “Anti-Hero”
  • “Midnight Rain”
  • “Vigilante Shit”
  • “Bejeweled”
  • “Mastermind”

* “Long Live (Taylor’s Version)” plays in the credits.

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Songs From the Concert That Aren’t in the Film

  • “The Archer”
  • “Tis the Damn Season” which was later swapped for “No Body No Crime (Feat. Haim)”
  • “Invisible String”
  • “Cardigan” *
  • “Wildest Dreams”

* “Cardigan” will be included in the version of the film that arrives on Disney+.

Surprise Songs Filmed (in Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium)

  • “I Can See You”
  • “You Are in Love”
  • “Death by a Thousand Cuts”
  • “You’re on Your Own Kid”

Songs Added Back Into the “Eras Tour” Film for the Digital Release

  • “Long Live”

4 Secret Song in “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)” on Disney+

  • “Maroon” from “Midnights”
  • “Death By a Thousand Cuts” from “Lover”
  • “You Are in Love (Taylor’s Version)” from “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”
  • “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version)” from “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”

Read here for a full list of all the surprise songs Swift has performed so far.

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Here’s The Complete ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)’ Songs Setlist

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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert film has reached its final form (for now, at least): Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) is now streaming on Disney+. This edition of the Swift movie adds some new songs: “Cardigan” is now part of the main set, while acoustic versions of “I Can See You,” “Death By A Thousand Cuts,” “You Are In Love,” and “Maroon” are included as a post-credits bonus.

ALL three and a half hours of Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour (My Version), including “cardigan” and FOUR new acoustic songs, are now YOURS to stream anytime you want on @DisneyPlus 🫶 https://t.co/EJoVNJhCEm pic.twitter.com/8ifDP12byF — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 15, 2024

Check out the movie’s full setlist below.

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Lover era

1. “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” 2. “Cruel Summer” 3. “The Man” 4. “You Need To Calm Down” 5. “Lover” 6. “The Archer”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Fearless era

7. “Fearless” 8. “You Belong With Me” 9. “Love Story”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Evermore era

10. “Willow” 11. “Marjorie” 12. “Champagne Problems” 13. “Tolerate It”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Reputation era

14. “Ready For It?” 15. “Delicate” 16. “Don’t Blame Me” 17. “Look What You Made Me Do”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Speak Now era

18. “Enchanted” 19. “Long Live”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Red era

20. “22” 21. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” 22. “I Knew You Were Trouble” 23. “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Folklore era

24. “The 1” 25. “Betty” 26. “The Last Great American Dynasty” 27. “August” 28. “Illicit Affiars” 29. “My Tears Ricochet” 30. “Cardigan”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: 1989 era

31. “Style” 32. “Blank Space” 33. “Shake It Off” 34. “Wildest Dreams” 35. “Bad Blood”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Surprise songs

36. “Our Song” 37. “You’re On Your Own Kid”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Midnights era

38. “Lavender Haze” 39. “Anti-Hero” 40. “Midnight Rain” 41. “Vigilante Shit” 42. “Bejeweled” 43. “Mastermind” 44. “Karma”

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Credits

45. “Long Live (Taylor’s Version)” (studio recording)

Taylor Swift’s Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Songs Setlist: Bonus acoustic songs

46. “I Can See You” 47. “Death By A Thousand Cuts” 48. “Our Song” 49. “You Are In Love” 50. “Maroon” 51. “You’re On Your Own, Kid”

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Taylor Swift has created a setlist of dreams for The Eras Tour! Here is every song she performs in concert broken down era by era (including her surprise changes)...

Taylor Swift finally got back on the road in 2023 and she's been wowing ludicrously large audiences at stadiums all over the world. The Eras Tour is the gift that keeps on giving – it's even available to stream and watch worldwide after Taylor announced The Eras Tour Film , which is now on Disney+.

The 34-year-old songstress blew everyone away when she stepped out to a 69,000-strong crowd on the opening night and delivered a 44-song performance across 10 different sets – fans were not expecting such a massive set list, including songs from every era, from ' Speak Now ' to ' Reputation '.

Each and every night, Taylor surprises the audience with two acoustic songs that she's never performed before on the tour and won't repeat again.

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The aptly named tour – which has been made into a concert film – celebrates not just Taylor's most recent release but all of the album cycles that have come before it, meaning there is a mind-bogglingly huge collection of songs the star could have drawn from when curating her setlist.

And from April 19th there will be even more songs on the set list, as her brand new album 'Tortured Poets Department ' comes out then.

So here's every song Taylor sings on The Eras Tour, complete with all the surprise switch-ups she makes to her setlist...

Taylor performs for over three hours every night

Taylor Swift's Eras Tour set list

Taylor's show is divided into 10 eras that signify every single one of her albums, with each set came a wave of nostalgia, self-referential looks and smash-hits that span her 17-year-long career. Read the full list below:

  • 'Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince'
  • 'Cruel Summer'
  • 'The Man'
  • 'You Need to Calm Down'
  • 'Lover'
  • 'The Archer'
  • 'Fearless'
  • 'You Belong With Me'
  • 'Love Story'
  • ''tis the damn deason'
  • 'willow'
  • 'marjorie'
  • 'champagne problems'
  • 'tolerate it'
  • '…Ready for It?'
  • 'Delicate'
  • 'Don’t Blame Me'
  • 'Look What You Made Me Do'

The Speak Now Era

  • 'Enchanted'
  • 'Long Live'

The Red Era

  • '22'
  • 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together'
  • 'I Knew You Were Trouble'
  • 'Nothing New' featuring Phoebe Bridgers (during shows she's a support act)
  • 'All Too Well (10 Minute Version)'

The Folklore Era

  • 'invisible string' / 'the 1'
  • 'betty'
  • 'the last great american dynasty'
  • 'august'
  • 'illicit affairs'
  • 'my tears ricochet'
  • 'cardigan'

The 1989 Era

  • 'Style'
  • 'Blank Space'
  • 'Shake It Off'
  • 'Wildest Dreams'
  • 'Bad Blood'

The Surprise Acoustic Set

  • Surprise song on guitar
  • Surprise song on piano –  Read the full list of acoustic songs here

The Midnights Era

  • 'Lavender Haze'
  • 'Anti-Hero'
  • 'Midnight Rain'
  • 'Vigilante Shit'
  • 'Bejeweled'
  • 'Mastermind'
  • 'Karma'

Taylor has split her show into 10 sections

Prior to The Eras Tour, Taylor hadn't toured since 2018 when she embarked on her 'Reputation World Tour'. She has since released 'Lover' in 2019, 'Folklore' and 'Evermore' in 2020, her re-recorded albums ' Fearless (Taylor's Version) ' and ' Red (Taylor's Version) ' in 2021, and of course ' Midnights ' at the end of 2022 – wow!

There were a lot of tunes that fans were theorising that Taylor would bring to the stadium stage, with many guesses ringing true on opening night!

Since 2019, Taylor has released 72 brand-new tracks and a further 15 from 'The Vault' as part of her re-releases – so it comes as no surprise that she's packed in as many songs as she could with her setlist!

In total, the songwriter has released 10 studio albums and two re-recordings and she even announced 'Speak Now (Taylor's Version)' live in concert in Nashville! Who knows what other secrets she'll reveal whilst on tour...

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Taylor Swift’s Record-Breaking Eras Tour: See the Setlist

by Lorie Liebig August 10, 2023, 5:18 pm

On Wednesday (August 9), the extensive first leg of Taylor Swift ‘s career-spanning Eras Tour came to a triumphant close. During the final performance of six straight nights at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, the 33-year-old hitmaker announced that a re-recorded version of her 2014 album  1989  will be released on October 27.

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The news is just the latest in a sea of special announcements and surprises that have coincided with Swift’s first headlining tour in five years. Since kicking off on March 17 in Glendale, Arizona, The Eras Tour has been Swift’s platform to share news directly with her dedicated fans. Along with the release dates for Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) and the extended edition of her 2022 album Midnights , she debuted her music videos for “Karma” and “I Can See You” from the stage. 

The special connection that Swift has fostered with her massive fanbase has helped land The Eras Tour in the history books. The U.S. Justice Department launched a formal investigation into Ticketmaster after unpredicted demand for the tour caused the site to crash during its initial pre-sale.

On a more positive note, sales of beads and craft supplies rose due to thousands of fans creating Swift-themed friendship bracelets to exchange at show dates. The Eras Tour is also on track to become the highest-grossing concert tour in history , breaking a sales record previously held by Elton John.

[RELATED: Taylor Swift Reveals the Release of  1989 (Taylor’s Version)  After Final Eras Show]

If you didn’t get to see Swift’s visual spectacle, which includes vignette performances of songs from each of her past albums, you’re in luck. Additional U.S. dates were recently announced for 2024 , with more dates expected to be unveiled in the coming months.

If you don’t have your tickets to the Eras Tour yet, you can get them on StubHub , where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

Check out the full setlist of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour below:

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Setlist

  • “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince”
  • “Cruel Summer”
  • “The Man”
  • “You Need to Calm Down”
  • “Lover”
  • “The Archer”

Fearless Era:

  • “Fearless”
  • “You Belong With Me”
  • “Love Story”

Evermore Era:

  • “’tis the damn season” (replaced with “No Body, No Crime” ft. HAIM on July 22)
  • “willow”
  • “marjorie”
  • “champagne problems”
  • “tolerate it”

Reputation Era:

  • “…Ready for It?”
  • “Delicate”
  • “Don’t Blame Me”
  • “Look What You Made Me Do”

Speak Now Era:

  • “Enchanted”
  • “Long Live” (added July 7)
  • “22′
  • “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
  • “I Knew You Were Trouble”
  • “Nothing New” (performed only on dates with Phoebe Bridgers as support)
  • “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”

Folklore Era:

  • “invisible string” (replaced by “the 1” on March 31)
  • “betty”
  • “the last great american dynasty”
  • “august”
  • “illicit affairs”
  • “my tears ricochet”
  • “cardigan”
  • “Style”
  • “Blank Space”
  • “Shake It Off”
  • “Wildest Dreams”
  • “Bad Blood”

Surprise Set:

  • Surprise song #1, played on guitar
  • Surprise song #2, played on piano

Midnights Era:

  • “Lavender Haze”
  • “Anti-Hero”
  • “Midnight Rain”
  • “Vigilante Shit”
  • “Bejeweled”
  • “Mastermind”
  • “Karma”

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Taylor Swift adds surprise songs to every Eras Tour setlist. See all the songs she's played so far

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One of the most anticipated moments of each night of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour is her acoustic set .

At the far end of her stage, the singer-songwriter plays two different songs, one on the guitar and one on the piano.

Throughout 2023, fans from all over the globe tuned into social media to see which songs Swift would choose . She developed rules around the set. Each song could only be played once on the tour, unless she screwed it up. Oh, and she decided to start it all over again this year.

"I decided that in 2024, when we go back on tour, I'm just gonna open back up all the songs for surprise songs,” Swift said during her final 2023 performance in Sao Paulo, Brazil . “For one year, we've really gotten through a lot of songs, so I'm just gonna make all the songs fair game when we go back on tour."

That day has arrived. Swift performed her first show of 2024 in Tokyo on Wednesday . Throughout the year, she will travel to 23 different cities around the world. Follow along here to see which surprise songs she plays at each tour stop. Below, see what she played — and didn't — in 2023.

2024 Eras Tour surprise songs

  • Singapore, Mar. 9: "Tim McGraw"/"Cowboy Like Me" and "Mirrorball"/"Epiphany"
  • Singapore, Mar. 8: "Sparks Fly"/"Gold Rush" and "False God"/"Slut!"
  • Singapore, Mar. 7: "Death By A Thousand Cuts"/"Babe" and "Fifteen"/"You're On Your Own Kid"
  • Singapore, Mar. 4: "Foolish One"/"Tell Me Why" and "This Love"/"Call It What You Want"
  • Singapore, Mar. 3: "Long Story Short"/"The Story of Us" and "Clean"/"Evermore"
  • Singapore, Mar. 2: "Mine"/"Starlight" and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"/"Dress"
  • Sydney, Australia, Feb. 26: "Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve"/"Ivy" and "Forever and Always"/"Maroon"
  • Sydney, Australia, Feb. 25: "Is It Over Now?"/"I Wish You Would" and "Haunted"/"Exile"
  • Sydney, Australia, Feb. 24: "Should’ve Said No"/“You’re Not Sorry” and "New Year’s Day"/“Peace”
  • Sydney, Australia, Feb. 23: "How You Get the Girl" and "White Horse"/"Coney Island" ft. Sabrina Carpenter
  • Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 18: "Come Back...Be Here"/"Daylight" and "Teardrops On My Guitar"
  • Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 17: "Getaway Car"/"August"/"The Other Side of the Door" and "This Is Me Trying"
  • Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 16: "Red” and "You’re Losing Me"
  • Tokyo, Feb. 10: “Come In With The Rain” and “You’re On You’re Own, Kid”
  • Tokyo, Feb. 9: "Superman" and "The Outside"
  • Tokyo, Feb. 8: "Eyes Open" and "Electric Touch"
  • Tokyo, Feb. 7: "Dear Reader" and "Holy Ground"

2023 Eras Tour surprise songs

  • São Paulo, Nov. 26: "Say Don't Go" and "It's time to go"
  • São Paulo, Nov. 25: "Safe & Sound" and "Untouchable"
  • São Paulo, Nov. 24: "Now That We Don't Talk" and "Innocent"
  • Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 20: "ME!" and "So It Goes…"
  • Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 19: "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" and "Bigger Than the Whole Sky"
  • Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 17: "Stay Beautiful" and "Suburban Legends"
  • Buenos Aires, Nov. 12: "Better Than Revenge" and "Slut!"
  • Buenos Aires, Nov. 11: "Is It Over Now?"/"Out of the Woods" and "End Game"
  • Buenos Aires, Nov. 9: "The Very First Night" and "Labyrinth"
  • Mexico City, Aug. 27: "Afterglow" and "Maroon"
  • Mexico City, Aug. 26: "Cornelia Street" and "You're On Your Own, Kid"
  • Mexico City, Aug. 25: "Tell Me Why" and "Snow on the Beach"
  • Mexico City, Aug. 24: "I Forgot That You Existed" and "Sweet Nothing"
  • Los Angeles, Aug. 9: "New Romantics" and "New Year's Day"
  • Los Angeles, Aug. 8: "I Know Places" and "King of My Heart"
  • Los Angeles, Aug. 7: "Dress" and "Exile"
  • Los Angeles, Aug. 5: "Death By A Thousand Cuts" and "You're On Your Own, Kid"
  • Los Angeles, Aug. 4: "Our Song" and "You Are In Love"
  • Los Angeles, Aug. 3: "I Can See You" and "Maroon"
  • Santa Clara, California, July 29: "Stay Stay Stay" and "All of the Girls You've Loved Before"
  • Santa Clara, California, July 28: "Right Where You Left Me" ft. Aaron Dessner and "Castles Crumbling"
  • Seattle, July 23: "Message In A Bottle" and "Tied Together With A Smile"
  • Seattle, July 22: "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" and "Everything Has Changed"
  • Denver, July 15: "Starlight" and "Back To December"
  • Denver, July 14: "Picture To Burn" and "Timeless"
  • Kansas City, Missouri, July 8: "Last Kiss" and "Dorothea"
  • Kansas City, Missouri, July 7: "Never Grow Up" and "When Emma Falls in Love"
  • Cincinnati, July 1: "Ivy" ft. Aaron Dessner, "I Miss You, I’m Sorry" ft. Gracie Abrams and "Call It What You Want"
  • Cincinnati, June 30: "I'm Only Me When I'm With You" and "Evermore"
  • Minneapolis, June 24: "Dear John" and "Daylight"
  • Minneapolis, June 23: "Paper Rings" and "If This Was A Movie"
  • Pittsburgh, June 17: "Seven" ft. Aaron Dessner and "The Story of Us"
  • Pittsburgh, June 16: "Mr. Perfectly Fine" and "The Last Time"
  • Detroit, June 10: "All You Had To Do Was Stay" and "Breathe"
  • Detroit, June 9: "Haunted" and "I Almost Do"
  • Chicago, June 4: "Hits Different" and "The Moment I Knew"
  • Chicago, June 3: "You All Over Me" ft. Maren Morris and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • Chicago, June 2: "I Wish You Would" and "The Lakes"
  • East Rutherford, New Jersey, May 28: "Welcome To New York" and "Clean"
  • East Rutherford, New Jersey, May 27: "Holy Ground" and "False God"
  • East Rutherford, New Jersey, May 26: "Getaway Car" ft. Jack Antonoff and "Maroon"
  • Foxborough, Massachusetts, May 21: "I Think He Knows" and "Red"
  • Foxborough, Massachusetts, May 20: "Question...?" and "Invisible"
  • Foxborough, Massachusetts, May 19: "Should've Said No" and "Better Man"
  • Philadelphia, May 14: "Hey Stephen" and "The Best Day"
  • Philadelphia, May 13: "Forever & Always" and "This Love"
  • Philadelphia, May 12: "Gold Rush" and "Come Back...Be Here"
  • Nashville, Tennessee, May 7: "Would've, Could've, Should've" ft. Aaron Dessner and "Mine"
  • Nashville, Tennessee, May 6: "Out of the Woods" and "Fifteen"
  • Nashville, Tennessee, May 5: "Sparks Fly" and "Teardrops On My Guitar"
  • Atlanta, April 30: "I Bet You Think About Me" and "How You Get The Girl"
  • Atlanta, April 29: "High Infidelity" and "Gorgeous"
  • Atlanta, April 28: "The Other Side of the Door" and "Coney Island"
  • Houston, April 23: "Begin Again" and "Cold as You"
  • Houston, April 22: "A Place In This World" and "Today Was A Fairytale"
  • Houston, April 21: "Wonderland" and "You're Not Sorry"
  • Tampa, Florida, April 15: "Mad Woman" ft. Aaron Dessner and "Mean"
  • Tampa, Florida, April 14: "The Great War" ft. Aaron Dessner and "You're On Your Own Kid"
  • Tampa, Florida, April 13: "Speak Now" and "Treacherous"
  • Arlington, Texas, April 2: "Jump Then Fall" and "The Lucky One"
  • Arlington, Texas, April 1: "Death By a Thousand Cuts" and "Clean"
  • Arlington, Texas, March 31: "Sad Beautiful Tragic" and "Ours"
  • Las Vegas, March 25: "Cowboy Like Me" ft. Marcus Mumford and "White Horse"
  • Las Vegas, March 24: "Our Song" and "Snow on the Beach"
  • Glendale, Arizona, March 18: "State of Grace" and "This Is Me Trying"
  • Glendale, Arizona, March 17: "Mirrorball" and "Tim McGraw"

Songs Swift has never performed on Eras Tour

  • "Taylor Swift" (debut album): "Mary's Song" and "A Perfectly Good Heart"
  • "Fearless": "The Way I Loved You," "Change," "Superstar," "We Were Happy," "That's When," "Don't You" and "Bye Bye Baby"
  • "Red": "Girl At Home," "Ronan," "Forever Winter" and "Run"
  • "1989": "Sweeter Than Fiction"
  • "Reputation": "I Did Something Bad"
  • "Lover": "London Boy," "Soon You'll Get Better" and "It's Nice to Have a Friend"
  • "Folklore": "Hoax"
  • "Evermore": "Happiness" and "Closure"
  • "Midnights": "Paris" and "Glitch"
  • "The Tortured Poets Department": all 20 tracks

Follow Bryan West, the USA TODAY Network's Taylor Swift reporter, on  Instagram ,  TikTok  and  X as @BryanWestTV .

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A Complete List of Every Song in the Taylor Swift Eras Tour Movie

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Taylor Swift : The Eras Tour is now streaming on Disney+ . The movie broke records at the movie theater box office after becoming the highest-grossing concert film ever. But that won't come as a surprise to anyone who has paid attention to Taylor's tour. The North American leg of alone is projected to surpass $2.2 billion and is credited for boosting the local economy. Of course, for Swifties, it's all about the music (and the friendship bracelets and the themed outfits !).

Fans who have been lucky enough to score tickets to see the concert in person have been sharing the setlist and Taylor's secret songs on social media and then comparing them to what's shown in The Eras Tour movie. Some songs from her concert had to be cut from the movie (the concerts clock in at 3.5 hours, while the movie is 2 hours and 45 minutes), but most of the setlist remains the same. Now that the movie is available to stream in an extended version, there are three bonus tracks: "Long Live," "The Archer," and "Wildest Dreams," plus new acoustic secret songs.

If you've yet to see the movie and just can't wait to see what's in store, or you've already gone and want to remember the playlist, here's the complete set list from Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour.

Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince

Cruel Summer

You Need to Calm Down

Fearless Era

You Belong With Me

Evermore Era

Champagne Problems

Tolerate It

Reputation Era

…Ready for It?

Don’t Blame Me

Look What You Made Me Do

Speak Now Era

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

I Knew You Were Trouble

All Too Well (10 Minute Version)

Folklore Era

The Last Great American Dynasty

Illicit Affairs

My Tears Ricochet

Blank Space

Shake It Off

Wildest Dreams

Surprise Songs

You’re on Your Own, Kid

Death By a Thousand Cuts

You Are In Love

I Can See You

Midnights Era

Lavender Haze

Midnight Rain

Vigilante Shit

End Credits Song

Long Live (Taylor’s Version)

What songs were cut from Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie?

The movie is shorter than the concert, so these songs had to be cut for time: 'The Archer,' 'No Body, No Crime,' 'Long Live,' 'Cardigan,' and 'Wildest Dreams.'

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Your Complete Guide to the Eras Tour Set List — Including the Changes For the Movie

Updated on 10/12/2023 at 11:01 AM

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The first leg of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour ended this August, but fans get to relive the magic of the show thanks to the Eras Tour film . In the movie, released Oct. 13 in theaters worldwide, fans can experience Swift's live show on the big screen (and tickets are a lot cheaper).

During the tour, which started back in March, Swift has sampled songs from throughout her career. While fans always knew her set list was never going to be able to include the entirety of her vast catalog, the musician did her best to give fans a song from almost every one of her eras (only her debut album, "Taylor Swift," didn't get its own official section of the set list). And before wrapping up her first set of US dates, Swift revealed the imminent arrival of "1989 (Taylor's Version)," which will be released Oct. 27.

And if the Swifties in your life seem a little intense about deciphering clues in the set list and Swift's tour outfits, you can't blame them. The Grammy winner has a proven record of dropping clues for her fans to find. For example, on Aug. 9 she debuted new blue versions of her Eras Tour costumes to celebrate the "1989 (Taylor's Version)" reveal at the end of the show. And earlier in the tour, Swift removed "Invisible String" — which is believed to be about boyfriend Joe Alwyn — from her set list days before news broke that the pair had split .

As you head to the Eras Tour film (or look forward to tour dates to come in late 2023 and 2024), we've rounded up every track she's performed during the Eras Tour so far, organized by album. That includes surprise songs and special guests like Phoebe Bridgers , Ice Spice, HAIM, and Maren Morris. Ahead, check out all of the songs Swift has played on her Eras Tour, as well as each set list change and surprise track.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Debut Album Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Debut Album Set List

Swift hasn't been playing any songs from her self-titled debut consistently, but she brought out "Tim McGraw" on March 17 in Glendale and "Our Song" on March 24 in Las Vegas as acoustic surprises. On April 22, she surprised Houston fans by playing "A Place in This World," and the following night she performed "Cold as You." She also played "Teardrops on My Guitar" in Nashville on May 5.

On May 19, Swift played "Should've Said No" from her debut album in Foxborough, MA. The following night, she performed another song from her debut, "Invisible." On June 30 in Cincinnati, she performed "I'm Only Me When I'm With You." On July 14 in Denver, she sang "Picture to Burn." During the July 24 show in Seattle, she performed "Tied Together With a Smile." On Aug. 4, she once again played "Our Song."

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Fearless" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Fearless" Set List

Swift's set list includes three songs from her "Fearless" era: "You Belong With Me," "Love Story," and "Fearless."

She also surprised fans with "Jump Then Fall" at her April 2 show in Arlington, TX, and "You're Not Sorry" at her April 21 performance in Houston. On April 28, she wowed fans in Atlanta with a rendition of "The Other Side of the Door," and on May 5 she graced Nashville fans with "Fifteen."

Swift took a special request from her friend Lena on May 13 and played "Forever & Always" for her Philadelphia fans. Also in Philadelphia, on May 14, the Grammy winner performed "Hey Stephen" for the crowd, before honoring her mom for Mother's Day by breaking out "The Best Day."

On June 3, she brought special guest Maren Morris on stage to perform "You All Over Me." On June 10, she performed "Breathe." Vault track "Mr. Perfectly Fine" made its live debut on June 16, and Swift sang "If This Was a Movie" on June 23. On Aug. 25, she performed "Tell Me Why."

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Speak Now" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Speak Now" Set List

Swift has consistently played one song from "Speak Now" at all of her shows — "Enchanted."

She also added the song "Ours" at her March 31 tour stop in Arlington, TX, and performed the titular song from the album during her April 13 performance in Tampa, FL. She went on to play "Mean" on April 15, also in Tampa. She also played "Sparks Fly" and "Mine" at her May 5 and May 7 shows in Nashville. She then sang "Haunted" on June 9, "The Story of Us" on June 17, and "Dear John" on June 24.

On July 7 and 8 in Kansas City, Swift celebrated the release of "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)" by adding "Long Live" to the "Speak Now" portion of the set list, and it seems to be a permanent addition to the concert. For the surprise songs on July 7, Swift sang "Never Grow Up" and "When Emma Falls in Love." Then on July 8, she performed "Last Kiss."

On July 14 in Denver, Swift performed the vault track "Timeless," and the next night she performed "Back to December." On July 28, she sang the vault song "Castles Crumbling," and on Aug. 3, she performed another song from the vault, "I Can See You."

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Red" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Red" Set List

Swift has played "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "22," and "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" from "Red" at each of her shows so far. She also brought out Phoebe Bridgers to play "Nothing New" from "Red (Taylor's Version)" in Nashville on May 5 and 6, and she and Bridgers performed the show every night that Bridgers opened in May.

Swift also surprised fans with "State of Grace" on March 18 in Glendale, AZ; "Sad Beautiful Tragic" on March 31 in Arlington, TX; "The Lucky One" on April 2, also in Arlington; and "Treacherous" on April 13 in Tampa, FL. She then brought out "Begin Again" in Houston on April 23 and played "I Bet You Think About Me" in Atlanta on April 30.

On May 12, she took a special request from her guest performer Bridgers and performed "Come Back... Be Here" during her Philadelphia show. Then on May 19, in Foxborough, MA, she pulled a song from the vault and performed "Better Man" from "Red (Taylor's Version)."

After her piano was damaged due to rain exposure, Swift performed "Red" on her guitar during the May 21 show in Foxborough. A few days later, on May 26 in East Rutherford, NJ, she surprised the crowd with "Holy Ground."

In June, Swift performed quite a few "Red" songs during the surprise portion of the show. On June 4, she did "The Moment I Knew." On June 9, she performed "I Almost Do," and on June 16, she sang "The Last Time." The next surprise song on "Red" came July 15 when she sang "Starlight." On July 22, she sang "Everything Has Changed" (without collaborator Ed Sheeran ), and on July 23 she sang "Message in a Bottle." On July 29, she sang "Stay Stay Stay."

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "1989" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "1989" Set List

Swift has been playing "1989"'s "Blank Space," "Style," "Shake It Off," "Bad Blood," and "Wildest Dreams" at all of her shows.

She also played "Clean" on April 1 in Arlington, TX, and "Wonderland" on April 21 in Houston. She then surprised fans with "How You Get the Girl" in Atlanta on April 29 and performed "Out of the Woods" in Nashville on May 6. On May 13, she played "This Love" near the end of her Philadelphia show, and on May 28, she performed "Clean" and "Welcome to New York" in New Jersey.

The pop star then kicked off June in Chicago with a June 2 performance of "I Wish You Would." And on June 10, she performed "All You Had to Do Was Stay." On Aug. 4, Swift sang "You Are in Love," and on Aug. 8 she sang "I Know Places." Then on Aug. 9, she performed "New Romantics" as the surprise song, making "1989" the first album to have all its songs performed on the Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Reputation" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Reputation" Set List

Swift's "Reputation" picks include "...Ready For It?," "Don't Blame Me," "Delicate," and "Look What You Made Me Do."

She also surprised fans with "Gorgeous" on April 29 in Atlanta. Later, on May 26, she brought surprise guest Jack Antonoff on stage during her May 26 concert in East Rutherford, NJ, to perform "Getaway Car." On July 1 in Cincinnati, Swift sang "Call It What You Want." On July 22, she sang an acoustic version of "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things." On Aug. 7, she sang "Dress," and on Aug. 8 she performed "King of My Heart." The next day, she performed "New Year's Day" as the surprise song.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Lover" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Lover" Set List

Swift has played the "Lover" tracks "Cruel Summer," "Lover," "The Man," "The Archer," "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince," and "You Need to Calm Down" at all of her shows.

She also played "Death by a Thousand Cuts" on April 1 in Arlington, TX. Then, on May 21, she treated Foxborough, MA, fans to a performance of "I Think He Knows." She dipped back into her "Lover" album on May 27 when she performed "False God" in East Rutherford, NJ. And Swift performed two "Lover" tracks during her time in Minneapolis. On June 23, she sang "Paper Rings," and on June 24, she sang "Daylight." On July 29, she sang the bonus track "All of the Girls You Loved Before." On Aug. 5, she once again performed "Death by a Thousand Cuts."

In Mexico City, Swift played three "Lover" tracks for the first time on the tour. On Aug. 24, she sang "I Forgot That You Existed." Two nights later on Aug. 26, she performed fan-favorite "Cornelia Street." And during the final Mexico City date on Aug. 27, she performed "Afterglow."

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Folklore" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Folklore" Set List

From "Folklore," Swift has performed "Cardigan," "The Last Great American Dynasty," "My Tears Ricochet," "August," "Illicit Affairs," and "Betty" at all of her shows. She played "Invisible String" at her first three shows and switched to playing "The 1" on March 31 in Arlington, TX.

She also surprised fans with "Mirrorball" in Glendale, AZ, on March 17 and "This Is Me Trying" on March 18. On April 15, she played "Mad Woman" for fans in Tampa, FL. After taking a break from surprising fans with "Folklore" songs, Swift performed "The Lakes" in Chicago on June 2 and "Seven" on June 17. On Aug. 7 she sang "Exile," turning the duet into a solo.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Evermore" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Evermore" Set List

From "Evermore," Swift has been playing "Willow," "Champagne Problems," "'Tis the Damn Season," "Tolerate It," and "Marjorie." During the July 23 and 24 shows, Swift got rid of "'Tis the Damn Season" and replaced it with "No Body, No Crime," which she performed with the opener, Haim. It seems that change will remain in place during shows opened by the band.

She also played "Cowboy Like Me" on March 25 in Las Vegas, and on April 28, she performed "Coney Island" live for the first time in Atlanta. On May 12, she delighted fans in Philadelphia by playing "Gold Rush" in honor of the city's NFL team, the Eagles. In Cincinnati, she sang "Evermore" on June 30, and "Ivy" on July 1. Then on July 8, she sang "Dorothea." On July 28, she sang "Right Where You Left Me."

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Midnights" Set List

Taylor Swift Eras Tour "Midnights" Set List

Swift's "Midnights" selections are "Lavender Haze," "Anti-Hero," "Midnight Rain," "Vigilante Sh*t," "Bejeweled," "Karma," and "Mastermind."

She also played "Snow on the Beach" on March 24 in Las Vegas, and on April 14, in Tampa, FL, she surprised fans with a performance of "The Great War" with The National's Aaron Dessner. The same night, she debuted "You're on Your Own, Kid." She then played "High Infidelity" on April 29 in Atlanta. On May 7, she treated Nashville fans to a rendition of "Would've, Could've, Should've."

During her May 20 stop in Foxborough, MA, Swift performed "Question...?" live for the first time. She then served up another live debut for New Jersey fans when she played "Maroon" during the May 26 show. On all three nights in New Jersey, she also brought out Ice Spice to perform "Karma (Remix)" together. On June 4, Swift debuted "Hits Different" — a bonus track — live for the first time, and she brought back "Maroon" on Aug. 3. On Aug. 5, she sang "You're on Your Own, Kid" for a second time.

In Mexico City, she performed "Sweet Nothing" for the first time on Aug. 24. On Aug. 25, she played "Snow on the Beach" again, on Aug. 26 she repeated "You're on Your Own Kid," and on Aug. 27, she played "Maroon" again.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Set List Surprise Songs

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Set List Surprise Songs

So far, Swift's surprise songs have included:

  • "Mirrorball"
  • "Tim McGraw"
  • "This Is Me Trying"
  • "State of Grace"
  • "Snow on the Beach"
  • "Cowboy Like Me"
  • "White Horse"
  • "Sad Beautiful Tragic"
  • "Death by a Thousand Cuts"
  • "Jump Then Fall"
  • "The Lucky One"
  • "Speak Now"
  • "Treacherous"
  • "The Great War"
  • "You're on Your Own, Kid"
  • "Mad Woman"
  • "Wonderland"
  • "You're Not Sorry
  • "A Place in This World"
  • "Today Was a Fairytale" (from the "Valentine's Day" soundtrack)
  • "Begin Again"
  • "Cold as You"
  • "The Other Side of the Door
  • "Coney Island"
  • "High Infidelity"
  • "I Bet You Think About Me"
  • "How You Get the Girl"
  • "Sparks Fly"
  • "Teardrops On My Guitar"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Would've, Could've, Should've"
  • "Gold Rush"
  • "Come Back... Be Here"
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "This Love"
  • "Hey Stephen"
  • "The Best Day"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Better Man"
  • "Question...?"
  • "Invisible"
  • "I Think He Knows"
  • "Getaway Car"
  • "Holy Ground"
  • "False God"
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "I Wish You Would"
  • "The Lakes"
  • "You All Over Me"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" ("Fifty Shades Darker" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  • "Hits Different"
  • "The Moment I Knew"
  • "All You Had to Do Was Stay"
  • "Mr. Perfectly Fine"
  • "The Last Time"
  • "The Story of Us"
  • "Paper Rings"
  • "If This Was a Movie"
  • "Dear John"
  • "I'm Only Me When I'm With You"
  • "I Miss You, I'm Sorry" (Gracie Abrams cover with Abrams)
  • "Call It What You Want"
  • "Never Grow Up"
  • "When Emma Falls in Love"
  • "Last Kiss"
  • "Picture to Burn"
  • "Starlight"
  • "Back to December"
  • "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things"
  • "Everything Has Changed"
  • Message in a Bottle"
  • "Tied Together With a Smile"
  • "Right Where You Left Me"
  • "Castles Crumbling"
  • "Stay Stay Stay"
  • "All of the Girls You Loved Before"
  • "I Can See You"
  • "You Are in Love"
  • "I Know Places"
  • "King of My Heart"
  • "New Romantics"
  • "New Year's Day"
  • "I Forgot That You Existed"
  • "Sweet Nothing"
  • "Tell Me Why"
  • "Cornelia Street"
  • "You're on Your Own Kid"
  • "Afterglow"

The Eras Tour Movie Set List Changes

The Eras Tour Movie Set List Changes

After the movie's world premiere on Oct. 11, early viewers reported that changes had been made to the set list for the film. According to The New York Times , performances of "The Archer," "Cardigan," "Wildest Dreams," and "No Body No Crime" were cut from the film. Fans also reported online that "'Tis the Damn Season" also didn't make the cut. "Long Live" takes place not during the "Speak Now" set, but during the credits of the film. The two surprise songs in the movie are "You're on You're Own, Kid" and "Our Song." Swift's Eras Tour film was filmed during some of the shows in Los Angeles in August.

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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour: Every Surprise Song She’s Played So Far

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GLENDALE, ARIZONA - MARCH 17: Editorial use only and no commercial use at any time.  No use on publication covers is permitted after August 9, 2023. Taylor Swift performs onstage for the opening night of "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at State Farm Stadium on March 17, 2023 in Swift City, ERAzona (Glendale, Arizona). The city of Glendale, Arizona was ceremonially renamed to Swift City for March 17-18 in honor of The Eras Tour. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

Ever since the first night of Taylor Swift ‘s Eras Tour — when the pop star announced she’d be performing two surprise acoustic songs at every show — fans have been waiting with bated breath to find out which gems from her discography will be unearthed next.

Swift kicked off the tour in Glendale, Ariz. in March with “Mirrorball” from “Folklore” and “Tim McGraw” from her 2006 self-titled debut album. Now, Swift has taken the Eras Tour worldwide, starting in Japan on Feb. 7 and continuing to Australia, Singapore and Europe in the coming months.

Below, find all the surprise songs Swift has performed on the Eras Tour, updating live.

  • March 17 in Glendale, Ariz. — “Mirrorball” and “Tim McGraw”
  • March 18 in Glendale, Ariz. — “State of Grace” and “This Is Me Trying”
  • March 24 in Las Vegas, Nev. — “Our Song” and “Snow on the Beach”
  • March 25 in Las Vegas, Nev. — “Cowboy Like Me” with Marcus Mumford and “White Horse”
  • March 31 in Arlington, Texas — “Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “Ours”
  • April 1 in Arlington, Texas — “Death by a Thousand Cuts” and “Clean”
  • April 2 in Arlington, Texas — “Jump Then Fall” and “The Lucky One”
  • April 13 in Tampa, Fla. — “Speak Now” and “Treacherous”
  • April 14 in Tampa, Fla. — “The Great War” with Aaron Dessner and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • April 15 in Tampa, Fla. — “Mad Woman” with Aaron Dessner and “Mean”
  • April 21 in Houston, Texas — “Wonderland” and “You’re Not Sorry”
  • April 22 in Houston, Texas — “A Place in This World” and “Today Was a Fairytale”
  • April 23 in Houston, Texas — “Begin Again” and “Cold as You”
  • April 28 in Atlanta, Ga. — “The Other Side of the Door” and “Coney Island”
  • April 29 in Atlanta, Ga. — “High Infidelity” and “Gorgeous”
  • April 30 in Atlanta, Ga. — “I Bet You Think About Me” and “How You Get the Girl”
  • May 5 in Nashville, Tenn. — “Sparks Fly” and “Teardrops on My Guitar”
  • May 6 in Nashville, Tenn. — “Out of the Woods” and “Fifteen”
  • May 7 in Nashville, Tenn. — “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” with Aaron Dessner and “Mine”
  • May 12 in Philadelphia, Penn. — “Gold Rush” and “Come Back…Be Here”
  • May 13 in Philadelphia, Penn. — “Forever & Always” and “This Love”
  • May 14 in Philadelphia, Penn. — “Hey Stephen” and “The Best Day”
  • May 19 in Foxborough, Mass. — “Should’ve Said No” and “Better Man”
  • May 20 in Foxborough, Mass. — “Question…?” and “Invisible”
  • May 21 in Foxborough, Mass. — “I Think He Knows” and “Red”
  • May 26 in East Rutherford, N.J. — “Getaway Car” with Jack Antonoff and “Maroon”
  • May 27 in East Rutherford, N.J. — “Holy Ground” and “False God”
  • May 28 in East Rutherford, N.J. — “Welcome to New York” and “Clean”
  • June 2 in Chicago, Ill. — “I Wish You Would” and “The Lakes”
  • June 3 in Chicago, Ill. — “You All Over Me” with Maren Morris and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”
  • June 4 in Chicago, Ill. — “Hits Different” and “The Moment I Knew”
  • June 9 in Detroit, Mich. — “Haunted” and “I Almost Do”
  • June 10 in Detroit, Mich. — “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Breathe”
  • June 16 in Pittsburgh, Penn. — “Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time”
  • June 17 in Pittsburgh, Penn. — “Seven” with Aaron Dessner and “The Story of Us”
  • June 23 in Minneapolis, Minn. — “Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie”
  • June 24 in Minneapolis, Minn. — “Dear John” and “Daylight”
  • June 30 in Cincinnati, Ohio — “I’m Only Me When I’m With You” and “Evermore”
  • July 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio — “Ivy” with Aaron Dessner, “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” with Gracie Abrams and “Call It What You Want”
  • July 7 in Kansas City, Miss. — “Never Grow Up” and “When Emma Falls in Love”
  • July 8 in Kansas City, Miss. — “Last Kiss” and “Dorothea”
  • July 14 in Denver, Colo. — “Picture to Burn” and “Timeless”
  • July 15 in Denver, Colo. — “Starlight” and “Back to December”
  • July 22 in Seattle, Wash. — “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” and “Everything Has Changed”
  • July 23 in Seattle, Wash. — “Message in a Bottle” and “Tied Together With a Smile”
  • July 28 in Santa Clara, Calif. — “Right Where You Left Me” and “Castles Crumbling”
  • July 29 in Santa Clara, Calif. — “Stay Stay Stay” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before”
  • Aug. 3 in Los Angeles, Calif. — “I Can See You” and “Maroon”
  • Aug. 4 in Los Angeles, Calif. — “Our Song” and “You Are in Love”
  • Aug. 5 in Los Angeles, Calif. — “Death by a Thousand Cuts” and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • Aug. 7 in Los Angeles, Calif. — “Dress” and “Exile”
  • Aug. 8 in Los Angeles, Calif. — “I Know Places” and “King of My Heart”
  • Aug. 9 in Los Angeles, Calif. — “New Romantics” and “New Year’s Day”
  • Aug. 24 in Mexico City, Mexico — “I Forgot That You Existed” and “Sweet Nothing”
  • Aug. 25 in Mexico City, Mexico — “Tell Me Why” and “Snow on the Beach”
  • Aug. 26 in Mexico City, Mexico — “Cornelia Street” and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • Aug. 27 in Mexico City, Mexico — “Afterglow” and “Maroon”
  • Nov. 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina — “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth”
  • Nov. 11 in Buenos Aires, Argentina — “Is It Over Now?”/ “Out of the Woods” and “End Game”
  • Nov. 12 in Buenos Aires, Argentina — “Better Than Revenge” and “Slut!”
  • Nov. 17 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — “Stay Beautiful” and “Suburban Legends”
  • Nov. 19 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — “Dancing With Our Hands Tied” and “Bigger Than the Whole Sky”
  • Nov. 20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — “Me!” and “So It Goes”
  • Nov. 24 in São Paulo, Brazil — “Now That We Don’t Talk” and “Innocent”
  • Nov. 25 in São Paulo, Brazil — “Safe and Sound” and “Untouchable”
  • Nov. 25 in São Paulo, Brazil — “Say Don’t Go” and “It’s Time to Go”
  • Feb. 7 in Tokyo, Japan — “Dear Reader” and “Holy Ground”
  • Feb. 8 in Tokyo, Japan — “Eyes Open” and “Electric Touch”
  • Feb. 9 in Tokyo, Japan — “Superman” and “The Outside”
  • Feb. 10 in Tokyo, Japan — “Come In With the Rain” and “You’re on Your Own Kid”
  • Feb. 16 in Melbourne, Australia — “Red” and “You’re Losing Me”
  • Feb. 17 in Melbourne, Australia — “Getaway Car”/”August”/”The Other Side of the Door” and “This Is Me Trying”
  • Feb. 18 in Melbourne, Australia — “Come Back Be Here”/”Daylight” and “Teardrops on My Guitar”
  • Feb. 23 in Sydney, Australia — “How You Get the Girl” and “White Horse”/”Coney Island” with Sabrina Carpenter
  • Feb. 24 in Sydney, Australia — “Should’ve Said No” and “New Year’s Day”/”Peace”
  • Feb. 25 in Sydney, Australia — “Is It Over Now”/”I Wish You Would” and “Haunted”/”Exile”
  • Feb. 26 in Sydney, Australia — “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve”/”Ivy” and “Forever & Always”/”Maroon”
  • March 2 in Singapore — “Long Story Short”/”The Story of Us” and “Clean”/”Evermore”
  • March 3 in Singapore — “Mine”/”Starlight” and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”/”Dress”
  • March 4 in Singapore — “Foolish One”/”Tell Me Why” and “This Love”/”Call It What You Want”
  • March 7 in Singapore — “Death by a Thousand Cuts”/”Babe” and “Fifteen”/”You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • March 8 in Singapore — “Sparks Fly”/”Gold Rush” and “False God”/”Slut!”
  • March 9 in Singapore — “Tim McGraw”/”Cowboy Like Me” and “Mirrorball”/”Epiphany”

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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Disney Plus: Songs & Bonus Tracks List

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Disney Plus: Songs & Bonus Tracks List

By Vansh Mehra

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) is coming to Disney Plus in March and it will include five bonus tracks that were removed from the film’s theatrical version. So, here are all the songs that people will get to stream in the 3-hour-plus concert movie.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour film setlist to stream on Disney Plus

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) will stream 44 songs that were showcased in the theatrical release and the digital version.

The following list reveals The Eras Tour setlist:

  • Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince
  • Cruel Summer
  • You Need to Calm Down
  • You Belong With Me
  •  ‘Tis the Damn Season
  • Champagne Problems
  • Tolerate It
  • Ready For It?
  • Don’t Blame Me
  • Look What You Made Me Do
  • Long Live **
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well (10-Minute Version)
  • The Last Great American Dynasty
  • Illicit Affairs
  • My Tears Ricochet
  • Blank Space
  • Shake it Off
  • Wildest Dreams
  • Lavender Haze
  • Midnight Rain
  • Vigilante S—

While these are the songs that played in the theatrical and digital releases (with the latter having 3 extra tracks), the Disney Plus version will have 5 additional songs.

Which 5 Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour bonus tracks will stream on Disney Plus?

The Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) film on Disney Plus will feature “Cardigan” and 4 other songs.

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift)

Announcing her partnership with Disney Plus, Swift revealed that the streaming version of her concert film will include 5 more songs. One of them will be Cardigan, while the other 4 “from the acoustic section” are yet to be revealed.

ComingSoon will update the list once the additional songs are revealed by the pop star.

For more Taylor Swift updates, learn how many Grammys she won in 2024 . Also, check out the Track List for her upcoming album .

Vansh Mehra

Vansh is an SEO Contributing Writer for ComingSoon. His passion for cinema and the superhero genre is what turned him into a movie/series analyst. In his spare time, Vansh can be found screaming at his screen while watching cricket matches or binging all sorts of streaming content to brush up on his entertainment knowledge.

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A List Of Secret Songs Taylor Swift Performed On The Eras Tour, So Far

Swift performed this Speak Now deep cut for the first time in 13 years.

A List Of Secret Songs Taylor Swift Performed On The Eras Tour, So Far

To security’s dismay, a swarm of Swifties rushed down the aisles toward the stage to record Taylor Swift ’s “secret songs” up close on their phones during her Eras Tour stop at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

For every Eras concert, the 12-time Grammy winner handpicks two songs that aren’t already on her 3-hour setlist to perform that night. Those enthusiastic fans quickly posted their videos on social media to alert the rest of the fandom at home about the two songs she delivered this time.

Swift’s goal is not to repeat any of her “secret songs” across the Eras Tour in order to sing as much of her vast catalog as possible, but she does have two exceptions to the rule.

If the song is from her most recent album Midnights , or if she messed it up somehow the first time around, then Swift will allow herself to repeat a “secret song,” as she did for the first time at her May 28 show in New Jersey.

Here’s a running list of every secret song Swift has performed so far, during her Eras Tour . To stay up to date on all of her secret songs, bookmark this story.

Nov. 26: São Paolo Secret Songs

  • “Say Don’t Go” from 1989
  • “it’s time to go” from Evermore

Nov. 25: São Paolo Secret Songs

  • “Safe & Sound” from The Hunger Games soundtrack
  • “Untouchable” from Fearless

Nov. 24: São Paolo Secret Songs

  • “Now That We Don’t Talk” from 1989
  • “Innocent” from Speak Now

Nov. 20: Rio de Janeiro Secret Songs

  • “ME!” from Lover
  • “So It Goes...” from Reputation

Nov. 19: Rio de Janeiro Secret Songs

  • “Dancing With Our Hands Tied” from Reputation
  • “Bigger Than The Whole Sky” from Midnights

Nov. 17: Rio de Janeiro Secret Songs

  • “Stay Beautiful” from Taylor Swift
  • “Suburban Legends” from 1989

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

Nov. 12: Buenos Aires Secret Songs

  • “Better Than Revenge” from Speak Now
  • “Slut!” from 1989

Nov. 11: Buenos Aires Secret Songs

  • “Is It Over Now?” / “Out of the Woods” from 1989 (mash-up)
  • “End Game” from Reputation

Nov. 9: Buenos Aires Secret Songs

  • “The Very First Night” from Red
  • “Labyrinth” from Midnights

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

Aug. 27: Mexico City Secret Songs

  • “Afterglow” from Lover
  • “Maroon” from Midnights (repeat)

Aug. 26: Mexico City Secret Songs

  • “Cornelia Street” from Lover
  • “You’re On Your Own, Kid” from Midnights (repeat)

Aug. 25: Mexico City Secret Songs

  • “Tell Me Why” from Fearless
  • “Snow On the Beach” from Midnights (repeat)

Aug. 24: Mexico City Secret Songs

  • “I Forgot That You Existed” from Lover
  • “Sweet Nothing” from Midnights

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

Aug. 9: Los Angeles Secret Songs

  • “New Romantics” from 1989
  • “New Year’s Day” from Reputation

Aug. 8: Los Angeles Secret Songs

  • “I Know Places” from 1989
  • “King of My Heart” from Reputation

Aug. 7: Los Angeles Secret Songs

  • “Dress” from reputation
  • “exile” from folklore

Aug. 5: Los Angeles Secret Songs

  • “Death by a Thousand Cuts” from Lover (repeat)

Aug. 4: Los Angeles Secret Songs

  • “Our Song” from Taylor Swift (repeat)
  • “You Are In Love” from 1989

Aug. 3: Los Angeles Secret Songs

  • “I Can See You” from Speak Now

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

July 29: Santa Clara Secret Songs

  • “Stay Stay Stay” from Red
  • “All of the Girls You Loved Before” from Lover

July 28: Santa Clara Secret Songs

  • “right where you left me” from evermore (with special guest Aaron Dessner)
  • “Castles Crumbling” from Speak Now

July 23: Seattle Secret Songs

  • “Message in a Bottle” from Red
  • “Tied Together With a Smile” from Taylor Swift

July 22: Seattle Secret Songs

  • “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” from Reputation
  • “ Everything Has Changed” from Red

July 15: Denver Secret Songs

  • “Starlight” from Red
  • “Back to December” from Speak Now

July 14: Denver Secret Songs

  • “Picture to Burn” from Taylor Swift
  • “Timeless” from Speak Now

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

July 8: Kansas City Secret Songs

  • “Last Kiss” from Speak Now
  • “dorothea” from evermore

July 7: Kansas City Secret Songs

  • “Never Grow Up” from Speak Now
  • “When Emma Falls In Love” from Speak Now

July 1: Cincinnati Secret Songs

  • “ivy” from evermore (with special guest Aaron Dessner)
  • “Call It What You Want” from Reputation
  • “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” from Gracie Abrams’ minor (performed with Abrams)

June 30: Cincinnati Secret Songs

  • “I’m Only Me When I’m with You” from Taylor Swift
  • “evermore” from evermore

June 24: Minneapolis Secret Songs

  • “Dear John” from Speak Now
  • “Daylight” from Lover

June 23: Minneapolis Secret Songs

  • “Paper Rings” from Lover
  • “If This Was A Movie” from Speak Now

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June 17: Pittsburgh Secret Songs

  • “Seven” from f olklore (with special guest Aaron Dessner)
  • “The Story of Us” from Speak Now

June 16: Pittsburgh Secret Songs

  • “Mr. Perfectly Fine” from Fearless
  • “The Last Time” from Red

June 10: Detroit Secret Songs

  • “All You Had To Do Was Stay” from 1989
  • “Breathe” from Fearless

June 9: Detroit Secret Songs

  • “Haunted” from Speak Now
  • “I Almost Do” from Red

June 4: Chicago Secret Songs

  • “Hits Different” from Midnights
  • “The Moment I Knew” from Red

June 3: Chicago Secret Songs

  • “You All Over Me” from Fearless (with special guest Maren Morris)
  • “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack

June 2: Chicago Secret Songs

  • “I Wish You Would” from 1989
  • “the lakes” from Folklore

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

May 28: East Rutherford Secret Songs

  • “Welcome to New York” from 1989
  • “Clean” from 1989 (repeat)

May 27: East Rutherford Secret Songs

  • “Holy Ground” from Red
  • “False God” from Lover

May 26: East Rutherford Secret Songs

  • “Getaway Car” from Reputation (with special guest Jack Antonoff )
  • “Maroon” from Midnights

May 21: Foxborough Secret Songs

  • “I Think He Knows” from Lover
  • “Red” from Red

May 20: Foxborough Secret Songs

  • “Question...?” from Midnights
  • “Invisible” from Taylor Swift

May 19: Foxborough Secret Songs

  • “Should’ve Said No” from Taylor Swift
  • “Better Man” from Red

May 14: Philadelphia Secret Songs

  • “Hey Stephen” from Fearless
  • “The Best Day” from Fearless

May 13: Philadelphia Secret Songs

  • “Forever & Always” from Fearless
  • “This Love” from 1989

May 12: Philadelphia Secret Songs

  • “gold rush” from evermore
  • “Come Back...Be Here” from Red

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May 7: Nashville Secret Songs

  • “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” from Midnights (with special guest Aaron Dessner)
  • “Mine” from Speak Now

May 6: Nashville Secret Songs

  • “Out of the Woods” from 1989
  • “Fifteen” from Fearless

May 5: Nashville Secret Songs

  • “Sparks Fly” from Speak Now
  • “Teardrops On My Guitar” from Taylor Swift

April 30: Atlanta Secret Songs

  • “I Bet You Think About Me” from Red
  • “How You Get the Girl” from 1989

April 29: Atlanta Secret Songs

  • “Gorgeous” from Reputation
  • “High Infidelity” from Midnights

April 28: Atlanta Secret Songs

  • “The Other Side of the Door” from Fearless
  • “coney island” from evermore

Taylor Swift Eras Tour secret songs

April 23: Houston Secret Songs

  • “Begin Again” from Red
  • “Cold As You” from Taylor Swift

April 22: Houston Secret Songs

  • “A Place In This World” from Taylor Swift
  • “Today Was A Fairytale” from the Valentine’s Day soundtrack

April 21: Houston Secret Songs

  • “Wonderland” from 1989
  • “You’re Not Sorry” from Fearless

April 15: Tampa Secret Songs

  • “Mad Woman” from folklore (with special guest Aaron Dessner)
  • “Mean” from Speak Now

April 14: Tampa Secret Songs

  • “The Great War” from Midnights (with special guest Aaron Dessner)
  • “You’re On Your Own, Kid” from Midnights

April 13: Tampa Secret Songs

  • “Speak Now” from Speak Now
  • “Treacherous” from Red

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April 2: Arlington Secret Songs

  • “The Lucky One” from Red
  • “Jump Then Fall” from Fearless

April 1: Arlington Secret Songs

  • “Death by a Thousand Cuts” from Lover
  • “Clean” from 1989

March 31: Arlington Secret Songs

  • “Ours” from Speak Now
  • “Sad Beautiful Tragic” from Red

March 25: Las Vegas Secret Songs

  • “White Horse” from Fearless
  • “cowboy like me” from evermore (with special guest Marcus Mumford)

March 24: Las Vegas Secret Songs

  • “Snow on the Beach” from Midnights
  • “Our Song” from Taylor Swift

March 18: Glendale Secret Songs

*Glendale, Ariz., was renamed Swift City during opening weekend

  • “this is me trying” from folklore
  • “State of Grace” from Red

March 17: Glendale Secret Songs

  • “Tim McGraw” from Taylor Swift
  • “mirrorball” from folklore

This post will be updated every week with Swift’s latest secret song selections.

This article was originally published on March 25, 2023

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Taylor swift's most divisive single didn't make the eras tour movie's 3 hour runtime - here's why.

There's a good reason why the most divisive single of Taylor Swift's career still didn't make The Eras Tour movie despite its 3+ hour runtime.

  • Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) on Disney+ restored cut songs & included bonus acoustic tracks, but "ME!" still never made it in.
  • The divisive nature of "ME!" likely kept it off The Eras Tour set list, as it might not have been well-received at the concert.
  • Although it would thrive as a live performance, "ME!" may never see the stage due to its contentious reputation among fans.

Not even the extra allotted time in Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) on Disney+ could spare the fate of Taylor Swift's most divisive single. On The Eras Tour, Swift plays three-and-a-half hours worth of her biggest hits and most beloved tracks from almost every era of her long-spanning career. Upon its release in theaters on October 13, 2023, The Eras Tour movie cut a number of songs from the show's regular set list to trim the concert's lengthy runtime. Two months later, a few cut songs were included as bonus features in the VOD release.

Finally, Swift released Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) on Disney+ in which almost all the missing songs were restored in their rightful spots. Along with showing nearly the entire concert in full for the first time, Swift also included four bonus acoustic songs in a new section called "The Acoustic Collection." These bonus tracks were the four remaining surprise songs from the acoustic sets of the three shows that were filmed for The Eras Tour movie . Despite all these additions, Swift's most contentious single still never stood a chance of making it into the Eras Tour movie.

8 Biggest Differences Between The Eras Tour’s Theatrical & Disney+ Streaming Versions

Me was not included in the eras tour movie (not even in taylor’s version), "me" was not included in the lover era on the eras tour set list.

As seen in The Eras Tour movie, the show opens with an intro medley, in which the fitting line, " it's been a long time coming ," from "Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince" repeats before Swift appears onstage and recites the line herself. She then launches into the chorus before carrying out the remaining five songs in the opening Lover set. Although "The Archer," which closes out the set, was cut from The Eras Tour movie in theaters, it was later edited back into the Lover era on Disney+ after appearing at the end of the VOD release.

On the verses of "ME!", Swift and Urie take turns acknowledging their own relationship flaws, then spend the chorus celebrating their individuality.

However, one song from Lover that still never made it into the Eras Tour movie at all was the album's lead single, "ME!," an exceptionally upbeat self-love anthem featuring Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco. On the verses of "ME!", Swift and Urie take turns acknowledging their own relationship flaws, then spend the chorus celebrating their individuality. Even though it marked the beginning of the Lover era in 2019, Swift opted not to include "ME!" on The Eras Tour's permanent set list.

The only time Swift ever performed "ME!" was as a surprise song during her acoustic set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on November 20, 2023. Had she played "ME!" as a surprise song during one of the three shows at SoFi Stadium in L.A. from August 3 to 5 that were filmed for The Eras Tour movie, it would've eventually been included in "The Acoustic Collection" at the end of The Eras Tour ( Taylor's Version) on Disney+, but it was too little, too late. As a result, "ME!" never made it into any version of The Eras Tour movie.

10 Taylor Swift Songs I Really Wish Were In The Eras Tour Movie

Why lover’s me was such a divisive taylor swift song, the sugar high of "me" was not for everyone.

It's possible that "ME!" was excluded from the Eras Tour set list because the energy of the Lover era was already too high with "Cruel Summer," "The Man," and "You Need to Calm Down" back-to-back. However, the more likely explanation is that "ME!" was so incredibly divisive upon release in April 2019 that Swift was worried it wouldn't be well-received if she played it live on tour every night.

The sickeningly sweet bubblegum pop tune was too much for even some of Swift's biggest fans.

When "ME!" first dropped, some were fond of its empowering message and unapologetically jovial nature and others grew to love it over time, but just as many people, if not more, simply couldn't stomach it. The sickeningly sweet bubblegum pop tune was too much for even some of Swift's biggest fans who are otherwise big pop enthusiasts. Although it definitely set the tone for the bright and bubbly dreamland of the Lover era, "ME!" was in stark contrast to the previous Reputation era's dark and vengeful vibe.

Many Swifties also found the writing to be quite juvenile and almost self-infantilizing.

With lyrics like " one of these things is not like the other s," " I'm the only one of me/baby, that's the fun of me," and, of course, "S pelling is FUN! " many Swifties also found the writing to be quite juvenile and almost self-infantilizing. With the direct address to " kids " at the top of the bridge, it was pretty clear that "ME!" was intended to appeal to a much younger demographic , which was actually Swift's intention with the song's message. In her 2020 documentary Miss Americana, Swift says, " I just want little kids to be like, 'there's no one like me .'"

This would've been perfect if "ME!" was released as part of some kind of initiative to encourage self-love and self-acceptance among children. However, as the lead single on a new album following a polar opposite era, "ME!" was a bold and ultimately poor choice. It was something cute for the kids, but much of Swift's fanbase felt it wasn't for them.

The Eras Tour Movie’s Lover Set Was Great (But It Could’ve Used ME!)

"me" was made to belted out in a crowd.

Ultimately, it makes sense that Swift left "ME!" off the set list of The Eras Tour. The Lover set was under the most pressure, as it set the energetic tone for the rest of the show. It's still a shame, though, since "ME!" is the kind of song that would thrive as a live performance. Even if it isn't everybody's cup of tea, the chorus is easy to remember and would've been fun for fans to belt out in a crowd setting, whether that be at the concert itself or in the theaters while watching The Eras Tour movie.

What's more, "ME!" will probably never see the light of day on stage now. Of all the tracks on all four albums she released since she last toured with reputation in 2018, "ME!" was the oldest song Swift still had yet to perform live. She didn't even perform "ME!" at City of Lover, the one-time concert event in Paris, France in 2019 for which a TV special was subsequently released. Sadly, despite the love Swift has for it, "ME!" became a victim of mixed fan responses, which prevented it from ever gracing the big screen in Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour .

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is available to stream on Disney+.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is a film rendition of the colossal worldwide event that sees the legendary pop star hit the stage in a specially curated film event. Performing the hits of her over seventeen-year career in music, The Eras Tour highlights Taylor Swift and her team as they put on a show of a lifetime.

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Taylor Swift Shares 5 ‘Stages of Heartbreak’ Playlists Ahead of ‘Tortured Poets Department’ Album Release

Each playlist features tracks from the pop star's first 10 albums.

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Fans may have been on to something when they theorized that Taylor Swift ‘s new album, The Tortured Poets Department , was inspired by the five stages of grief . Ahead of the LP’s April 19 release, the pop star shared a quintet of playlists she personally curated for Apple Music on Friday (April 5), each of them featuring songs from her first 10 albums representing a distinct phase of heartbreak.

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“This is a list of songs about getting so caught up in the idea of something that you have a hard time seeing the red flags, possibly resulting in moments of denial and maybe a little bit of delusion,” she said in a statement. “Results may vary.”

Secondly, anger is soundtracked by a playlist called “You Don’t Get to Tell Me About Sad,” including “Vigilante Shit,” “Bad Blood,” “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and more. “These songs all have one thing in common: I wrote them while feeling anger,” Swift continued. “Over the years, I’ve learned that anger can manifest itself in a lot of different ways, but the healthiest way that it manifests itself in my life is when I can write a song about it, and then oftentimes, that helps me get past it.”

Next up in the “Five Stages of Heartbreak” — modeled after Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’ famous five stages of grief theory — is bargaining. For this phase, Swift gathered tracks like “Soon You’ll Get Better,” “Say Don’t Go” and “This Is Me Trying” in a playlist titled “Am I Allowed to Cry?”

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The fourth stage is depression, encapsulated by Swift on songs such as “Champagne Problems,” “We Were Happy” and “Forever Winter” on her “Old Habits Die Screaming” playlist. “We’re going to be exploring the feelings of depression that often lace their way through my songs,” she added. “While these things are really, really hard to go through, I often feel like when I’m either listening to songs or writing songs that deal with this intensity of loss and hopelessness, usually that’s in the phase where I’m close to getting past that feeling.”

Finally, Swift’s “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart” playlist — which matches the name of track 13 on Tortured Poets — marks the last stage of grief/heartbreak, aka acceptance. “Here we finally find acceptance and can start moving forward from loss or heartbreak,” Tay said of the mix, which ropes in songs including “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” “Closure,” “Now That We Don’t Talk” and “Long Story Short.”

“These songs represent making room for more good in your life, making that choice because a lot of time when we lose things, we gain things too,” Swift added.

Swift is currently taking a two-month break from her global Eras Tour trek to prepare for the release of her 11th studio album, which she first announced while accepting best pop vocal at the 2024 Grammys for her previous LP, Midnights . Since then, she’s shared the new project’s main cover plus details on the four deluxe editions, as well as confirming that Post Malone and Florence + The Machine are both featured on the album.

Listen to all five of Swift’s Apple Music playlists ahead of The Tortured Poets Department here .

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I Decided To Listen To Every Taylor Swift Album After Finally Watching The Eras Tour - And I Think I Have A New Favorite Era

I feel like a born-again Swiftie.

I have a confession: I fell out of love with Taylor Swift for a while. 

I know, I know, it seemed that when everyone in the world was starting to fall even more in love with her, the music she made and her life didn’t hit as hard as my early-twenties self. While I heard plenty about Taylor Swift, from her mega Eras Tour to her friendships with Blake Lively or her years-long one with Selena Gomez, I hadn’t properly listened to her music in a long time. 

Then, of course, The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) began streaming on Disney+ , and while I hadn’t gotten the chance to see it in theaters, I decided to check it out on my big TV at home and see what I had been missing. 

Of course, there were plenty of songs I recognized, all from my earlier days of liking Taylor Swift, but when she got to many of her songs from Folklore, Evermore, and more, I didn’t know them that well. So after I watched the movie, I decided to listen to every Taylor Swift album again—and I’m surprised at which one has become my favorite -- evermore . But before we get to how that came to be, let's rewind a bit... 

Taylor Swift singing Shake It Off in The Eras Tour concert film.

Initially, My Favorite Album/Era Of Hers Was 1989

I grew up as a pop girl. My father works in the wedding industry, and at every wedding he performs, pop is the leading music he plays. I grew up constantly listening to the latest pop music. 

That usually meant that most Taylor Swift stuff—at least her earlier albums—wasn’t often played in my house. But you want to know what it was? 1989. 

Her album, which really cemented her transition to pop, is one that I have distinct memories of and have always loved listening to. Whether blasting “Blank Space” in the car or dancing to “Shake It Off” at school dances, it was my Swift album of choice for a long time. 

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While Red was more country than pop, that was undoubtedly my second favorite era of hers. I loved “I Knew You Were Trouble,” and I used to sing “All Too Well” at the top of my lungs for a very long time. I sang it even more than the 10-minute version (which is one of her best music videos ), but that’s beside the point. 

My third favorite era was Reputation. When it first came out, Swift got some backlash for suddenly switching up her vibe and releasing music like “Look What You Made Me Do” and “Ready For It,” but I was eating it up. I adored this new version of her, and I was looking forward to the potential of more albums like this. 

But, ashamedly, I fell off a bit afterward and continued to do so until now. 

Taylor Swift pointing while singing during Speak Now.

Her Earlier Albums Were Fun To Me, But Not My Favorite Era

You’re probably wondering when I’m going to mention Fearless, Speak Now, or even the O.G. Swift album, Taylor Swift. That’s because I am not the biggest fan. 

Again, I grew up with pop blasting in my household, so country was never really a thing. Swift’s earlier albums are certainly a lot more country than anything else. 

While there were plenty of great songs from those albums that I did listen to, like “Love Story,” “Our Song,” “You Belong With Me,” and plenty more, they never hit quite as hard as some of her others, which is what leads me to this now. 

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I Had Never Listened To Evermore – And I Regret Not Doing So

Evermore came out in 2020, a few months after Folklore and a year after Lover. I had listened to Lover and liked the vibe it brought, but it wasn’t an album I replayed repeatedly. 

Then, of course, 2020 happened. 

Life was turned upside down for a while, and I was more preoccupied with trying to graduate and find a job for a long time. Listening to the new T-Swift albums was not my number one priority. 

But I decided to listen to her new albums for a long time after watching The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version). I liked the vibes both gave during the concert, so I thought maybe I would like the albums. 

And I genuinely mean this from the bottom of my heart – I wish I had listened to Evermore sooner. 

In the next section, I’ll go into detail about what I feel regarding Folklore and Midnights, but this section is for Evermore. I had never felt so seen during an album, so heard. I started listening to it and was instantly transported to another part of the world.

The songs on Evermore are so expertly written that I was shocked at how great they were. I mean, obviously, Taylor Swift is a talented writer when it comes to her lyrics, but I don’t think I was quite expecting the amount of lyrical genius in some of her songs on this album. 

There are plenty of songs I could point out, but the one I have to highlight is “Champagne Problems.” I saw the performance of it in the concert film, but listening to it is on another level; hearing about a woman saying no to a proposal because she doesn’t feel ready, she’s not emotionally there to take that next step – it hits so hard, especially as a mid-twenties adult. 

Taylor Swift performing in The Eras Tour concert film.

Folklore And Midnights Are A Great Representation Of Taylor Now, But Evermore Has Become My Absolute Favorite

I’ll openly say I liked Folklore and Midnights in my rewatching. Both have very different vibes but are written lyrically well and have some great hits. I was still dancing like crazy listening to “Karma” two years after her album came out – and thinking even more about how she changed the lyrics to represent her current relationship with Travis Kelce . 

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But there’s just something about Evermore that hits the hardest, and I think I know what it is— Evermore feels like an album that describes a young woman’s twenties. Swift wrote this album when she was barely in her thirties, and it feels like I’m opening someone’s journal and reading their most profound problems, insecurities about life, and so much more. 

At the end of the day, despite how magical and whimsical some of the songs felt, they all hit very close to home, as I’m sure they do for many others. It’s an album that was composed during a tough time in our lives that still hits nearly four years later. No matter what, we all have these insecurities, strange feelings, and so much more – and it’s nice to hear someone as big as Taylor Swift speak about them candidly. 

I have to say that I am excited for her next album, The Tortured Poet’s Department. While I know all the Swifties are waiting for RepTV , I’m excited for another Era of Swift and what she’s going to bring. And this time, I will not skip any of the albums because I’m a fan, and it’s nice to be back in it after all these years. 

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Taylor Swift officially landed on Forbes’ billionaires list on Tuesday, April 2. But what distinguishes the 34-year-old singer-songwriter from other wealthy artists is how she accumulated her billion-dollar fortune.

The Miss Americana star ranked No. 2,545 on Forbes’ World’s Billionaires List . According to Forbes , there are more billionaires than ever before (141 more than last year and 26 more than the 2021 record), with their collective worth reaching $14.2 trillion. Swift’s inclusion comes after Forbes declared the singer a billionaire in October 2023 and reported her net worth at $1.1 billion.

In a rare feat, Swift is the first musician to reach the milestone solely from songwriting and performing. Her fortune doesn’t largely derive from profitable side hustles (think: beauty brands, fashion lines, alcohol investments, etc.), which have been typical avenues for entertainers to become billionaires in recent years. This puts her in a unique category with artists like Bruce Springsteen, who earned $1 billion from on the road touring.

More than $500 million of Swift’s fortune is from music royalties and touring. She made an estimated $190 million after taxes from the first leg of the Eras tour and another $35 million from the first two weeks of screenings of the corresponding concert film, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour , which became the highest-grossing concert movie in history.

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Meanwhile, another $500 million of her earnings came from the increasing value of her music catalog. Her masters (Swift’s first six albums) were infamously purchased in 2019 by Scooter Braun and eventually sold to Shamrock Capital for $300 million in 2020.

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“This is my worst case scenario. This is what happens when you sign a deal at fifteen to someone for whom the term ‘loyalty’ is clearly just a contractual concept,” Swift penned on Tumblr in 2019 when she learned that Braun had bought her masters. “Now Scooter has stripped me of my life’s work, that I wasn’t given an opportunity to buy. Essentially, my musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it.”

At the time, Swift also parted ways with her long-time home, Big Machine Label Group, to join Universal Music Group’s Republic Records, a deal that would give the superstar complete ownership over songwriting and the recordings, ultimately boosting her earnings in the long run.

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"I'm ecstatic to announce that my musical home will be Republic Records and Universal Music Group," Swift wrote on Instagram about the news. "Over the years, [UMG chief] Sir Lucian Grainge and [Republic chief] Monte Lipman have been such incredible partners. It's so thrilling to me that they, and the UMG team, will be my label family moving forward. It's also incredibly exciting to know that I'll own all of my master recordings that I make from now on."

Since switching labels, Swift has released four new albums, Lover, Folklore, Evermore and Midnights, and re-recorded Fearless (Taylor’s Version), Red (Taylor’s Version), Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) and 1989 (Taylor’s Version ). Swift’s the sole writer on over one-fourth of her top 50 Billboard chart hits, although she frequently shares writing credits with collaborators like Jack Antonoff and Max Martin, who also get a portion of a record sale.

On April 19, the pop star will release her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, which will also add to her massive earnings. Swift announced the new record during her Album of the Year win acceptance speech at the 2024 Grammy Awards in February.

While becoming a billionaire, the singer made a huge monetary impact on the NFL. Swift created a brand value equivalent of $331.5 million for the Chiefs and the league, according to data from Apex Marketing Group . That number comes from print, digital, radio, TV, highlights, and social media mentioning Swift from her first game on Sept. 24 to Jan. 22.

One of Swift’s many accomplishments from last year also includes being named Time Magazine’s 2023 Person of the Year. In her interview with journalist Sam Lansky, Swift told the magazine that “this is the proudest and happiest I’ve ever felt, and the most creatively fulfilled and free I’ve ever been.”

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Shocker: Taylor Swift Is Now a Billionaire

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Taylor Swift during The Eras Tour at the National Stadium on March 02 2024 in Singapore.

To the surprise of absolutely no one,  Taylor Swift  is now a  billionaire , officially joining  Forbes ’s annual “New Billionaires” list .

Swift is one of 14 new celebs (and 265 people overall) to join the new  Forbes Billionaires List  published on April 2, 2024. According to  Forbes , the star achieved  billionaire status  in late 2023, mainly thanks to her cross-continental  Eras  Tour, aka. the first music tour in history to  gross more than $1 billion  with only its  first 60 shows  across the United States, Mexico, and Argentina.

Since then, Swift has taken the show across Asia and Australia, with even more stops scheduled in 2024 across Europe and North America, which will increase the tour revenue even more. Per  Box Office Mojo , the accompanying  Eras Tour  film , initially released theatrically on October 2023, has also amassed more than $261 million in revenue worldwide.

Combining earnings from royalties, touring, and the re-release of most of her music catalog, plus roughly a hundred million more from her real estate portfolio,  Forbes   estimated  Swift’s net worth to be around  $1.1 billion , with one full billion coming from  music and music-related ventures  alone.

Swift is the third musician to make Forbes’s 2024 Billionaire list, only after Rihanna and Jay-Z. However the publication notes she’s “the first musician to hit ten-figure status solely based on her songs and performances.” According to  Forbes , Rihanna’s tickets to the ten-figure club were Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty, while Jay-Z relied on two alcohol companies as well as stakes in companies such as Uber and Block.

According to an  Oxfam report from 2022 , billionaire wealth had  increased  as much in 24 months as it had in the 23 years prior. Per  Forbes , Swift joins other 264 new billionaires in 2024, up from “just” 150 in 2023.

With all the records she’s broken  plus  all her infamous jet-setting to visit family, hang out with her girls, and support boyfriend Travis Kelce between concert stops, Swift’s newly-minted billionaire status is shocking to nobody.

But fret not, because we’ll always have  big philanthropy . And just a reminder, no matter who holds the wealth, billionaires should not exist .

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Taylor Swift Curates Playlists Based on Stages of Heartbreak for Apple Music Ahead of 'Tortured Poets Department' Release

Swift will release her new album on April 19

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Taylor Swift is telling the end of a "love story" on her terms.

On Friday, April 5, the pop megastar, 34, shared five exclusive playlists with Apple Music that explore the five stages of heartbreak — something fans had theorized her forthcoming album The Tortured Poets Department  would be exploring.

According to a press release, with each playlist, Swift has chosen songs from her own catalog that fit each stage: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

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I Love You, It’s Ruining My Life Songs  represents denial and features songs like “Lavender Haze” and “Style (Taylor’s Version)."

"This is a list of songs about getting so caught up in the idea of something that you have a hard time seeing the red flags, possibly resulting in moments of denial and maybe a little bit of delusion. Results may vary," the 14-time Grammy winner told Apple Music.

On You Don’t Get to Tell Me About Sad Songs , Swift tackles anger with songs like "Bad Blood (Taylor's Version" and "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (Taylor’s Version)."

"These songs all have one thing in common, I wrote them while feeling anger. Over the years, I've learned that anger can manifest itself in a lot of different ways, but the healthiest way that it manifests itself in my life is when I can write a song about it, and then oftentimes, that helps me get past it," she said.

With  Am I Allowed to Cry? Songs , Swift dives into bargaining with tracks like "Soon You'll Get Better" and "This Is Me Trying." She explained that these songs embrace the act of "trying to make deals with yourself or someone that you care about."

"You're trying to make things better, you're oftentimes feeling really desperate, because oftentimes we have a gut intuition that tells us things are not going to go the way that we hope, which makes us more desperate, which makes us bargain more," she told Apple Music.

Swift tackles depression with Old Habits Die Screaming Songs , which features songs like "Champagne Problems" and "Forever Winter (Taylor's Version)."

With this playlist, she dives into "the feelings of depression that often lace their way through my songs."

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"I often feel like when I'm either listening to songs or writing songs that deal with this intensity of loss and hopelessness, usually that's in the phase where I'm close to getting past that feeling," she said of the playlist.

The final playlist is I Can Do It with a Broken Heart Songs , which represents acceptance and features songs like “You’re On Your Own, Kid” and “Long Story Short."

Swift said this collection of songs "represent making room for more good in your life, making that choice because a lot of time when we lose things, we gain things too."

The "I Can See You" performer's 11th studio album The Tortured Poets Department — which she announced during the 2024  Grammys  while accepting the award for best pop vocal album for Midnights — is due April 19.

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Taylor Swift officially a billionaire as Forbes shares new list of world’s wealthiest people

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Taylor Swift has officially achieved billionaire status , according to a new list of the world’s wealthiest people.

The US pop megastar appears on the Forbes World’s Billionaires List for the first time with an estimated net worth of $1.1bn (£877m) following the global success of her Eras Tour.

Swift, who is preparing to release her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, is one of the rare musicians to have accumulated her wealth predominantly through her music rather than through endorsements or ventures in fashion, alcohol and makeup.

Her wealth has been achieved thanks to her string of record-breaking albums, including her re-recorded “Taylor’s Versions”, which she began releasing after a row with music manager Scooter Braun and her former label, Big Machine Records, over the rights to her masters

As Bloomberg observed last year, her brand is “essentially a multinational conglomerate with the world’s most devoted customer base”.

In October, it was estimated that Swift’s net worth could be broken down into the following: her catalogue of music released since 2019, including new albums and her re-recorded Taylor’s Versions, estimated to be worth $400m (£330m), with concerts, their ticket sales and merchandise at an estimated $370m (£305m).

She is thought to have made up the remainder of the money on streaming platforms ($120m or £99m), her five personal properties ($110m or £90m), and royalties from music sales ($80m or £66m).

Swift’s influence, however, extends beyond music. Her ongoing Eras tour, it has been estimated, added $4.3bn (£3.5bn) to the US’s gross domestic product over its 53 dates. The average ticket for the show cost $254 (£209), with many selling for higher sums on secondary ticketing sites.

Meanwhile, her presence at American football games to cheer on her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been credited with boosting NFL viewing figures and sparking a surge in sales of Chiefs merchandise.

Forbes said there are a record 2,781 billionaires in 2024, up 141 from last year. The global elite are also richer than ever, with a collective wealth of around $14.2 trillion (£11.3 trillion).

The Tortured Poets Department will be released on 19 April.

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  23. Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Surprise Songs: The List So Far

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    The only time Swift ever performed "ME!" was as a surprise song during her acoustic set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on November 20, 2023. Had she played "ME!" as a surprise song during one of the three shows at SoFi Stadium in L.A. from August 3 to 5 that were filmed for The Eras Tour movie, it would've eventually been included in "The Acoustic Collection" at the end of The Eras Tour (Taylor's ...

  25. Taylor Swift Shares 5 'Stages of Heartbreak' Playlists on Apple Music

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  27. Taylor Swift Joins Forbes Billionaires List —Here's How She Did It

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  28. Shocker: Taylor Swift Is Now a Billionaire

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  29. Taylor Swift Curates Playlists Based on Stages of Heartbreak for Apple

    Taylor Swift is telling the end of a "love story" on her terms. On Friday, April 5, the pop megastar, 34, shared five exclusive playlists with Apple Music that explore the five stages of ...

  30. Taylor Swift is declared a billionaire by Forbes as she joins list of

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