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The Eras Tour: Chicago, Illinois (Night 3)

Last night was the third and final night at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. For the first time, Taylor performed Hits Different! She also sang The Moment I Knew during the acoustic set. Videos for both performances are below. Next stop is Detroit, Michigan!

HITS DIFFERENT NO WAAAAAAY #ChicagoTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/U19itHJh0w — Angelica (Taylor’s Version) (@angelicakyria13) June 5, 2023
TO TAKE ME AWAYYYYYYYY 📣 #ChicagoTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/WNqHnlcnLU — Angelica (Taylor’s Version) (@angelicakyria13) June 5, 2023
FIRST SURPRISE SONG IS HITS DIFFERENT #ChicagoTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/dCA98yzHJH — ariana HEARD HITS DIFFERENT LIVE (@japrilss) June 5, 2023
The Moment I Knew has me in TEARS #ChicagoTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/OvU4wIb48X — Angelica (Taylor’s Version) (@angelicakyria13) June 5, 2023
The Moment I Knew!!! #ChicagoTSTheErasTour #TSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/lAerdbkB1s — Jessica | Chicago N3🫶🏻 (@onlyoneofjess) June 5, 2023

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Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour

With special guests girl in red, muna, owenn, gracie abrams.

  • Date June 2 - 4 , 2023
  • Doors Open 4:30 PM
  • On Sale On Sale Now

Soldier Field Parking Lots will open at 2:00 PM for the Taylor Swift concerts.

Reserve Parking

Opening Times

Parking Lots Open at 2:00pm

Gates Open at 4:30pm

Show Starts at 6:30pm

All parking on the Soldier Field campus is sold-out.

For fans who pre-purchased parking, Soldier Field parking lots open at 2:00pm.

Additional parking will be available on a first come, first serve basis at the McCormick Place Parking Lots accessible from 31st Street.

Shuttles will be operating from the Millennium Park garages to Soldier Field.

Due to several events occurring around the city and the Museum Campus, fans are strongly encouraged to arrive early. Traffic will be heavy so please plan your travel accordingly and take public transit when possible.

Public Transit

The CTA added additional #146 buses and Red Line train service to and from Soldier Field for the weekend. Fans are strongly encourage to take public transit to and from the stadium.

Rideshare & Parent Pickup

The designated post-concert pickup area for Rideshare and Parent Pickup is located on Columbus Drive (between Roosevelt Road & Balbo Drive). Vehicles may only enter this area on Columbus Drive at Balbo beginning at 10:30pm. Parents must stay with their vehicle if utilizing this pickup area. Security staff will be present post-concert to guide fans to the Rideshare & Parent Pickup area.

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For all events at Soldier Field, the NFL All-Clear Bag Policy is in place. For more information on our bag policy, please click here.

Prohibited Items

PERSONAL ITEMS | CLOTHING ● ONLY MEDICAL/COVID MASKS OR RELIGIOUS FACE COVERINGS ARE PERMITTED. NO OTHER MASKS ARE ALLOWED ON PREMISES. ● NO CLOTHING, COSTUME, OR PERSONAL EFFECTS THAT MAY IMPEDE THE VIEW OF THOSE AROUND OR BEHIND YOU. ● NO HANDCUFFS OR OTHER RESTRAINT ITEMS ● NO ANIMALS (EXCEPT FOR CERTIFIED DISABILITY SERVICE ANIMALS) ● NO CHAINS, CHAIN WALLETS, STUDDED JEWELRY OR SPURS ● NO BICYCLES, SCOOTERS, SKATEBOARDS, SKATES, SEGWAYS, OR OTHER UNAUTHORIZED MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION ● NO COOLERS, THERMOSES, METAL WATER BOTTLES, OR ICE CHESTS ● NO UMBRELLAS ● NO STROLLERS ● NO NOISE-MAKING DEVICES SUCH AS AIR HORNS, BELLS, BULLHORNS, THUNDER STICKS, WHISTLES ● NO BRIEFCASES, BAGS, PURSES LARGER THAN A CLUTCH BAG OR NON-CLEAR BAGS (EXCEPT AS NOTED BELOW)

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WEAPONS | DANGEROUS MATERIALS & OBJECTS ● NO WEAPONS OF ANY KIND (GUNS, AMMO, KNIVES OF ANY SIZE, TASERS, PEPPER SPRAY/MACE, ETC.) THIS ALSO APPLIES TO OFF-DUTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT HOLDERS. ● NO FLAMMABLES OR MISSILE-LIKE OBJECTS, FIREWORKS, ROAD FLARES, EMERGENCY FLARES, EXPLOSIVES, OR OTHER INCENDIARY DEVICES ● NO AEROSOL CONTAINERS, INCLUDING SUNSCREEN, PEPPER SPRAY, BUG SPRAY, OR SPRAY PAINT. ● NO BALLOONS, FRISBEES, PROJECTILES, HORNS, RADIOS BELLS, WHISTLES, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, LASER POINTERS, STICKS, POLES, BATS, CLUBS, ETC. ● NO ITEMS THAT MAY BE DEEMED A SAFETY HAZARD OR ANNOYANCE TO PARTICIPANTS OR GUESTS

CONSUMABLES ● NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ● NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES ● NO ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES ● NO GLASS OR METAL CONTAINERS OF ANY KIND SIGNAGE | ADVERTISING | PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS ● NO DISTRIBUTION OF UNAUTHORIZED PROMOTIONAL OR COMMERCIAL MATERIAL ● NO FLYERS, SAMPLES, GIVEAWAYS, OR PROMOTIONAL ITEMS ● NO BANNERS OR POLES ● NO SIGNS LARGER THAN 11” X 17” ● NO POLITICAL SIGNAGE

ELECTRONICS | CAMERAS | RECORDING DEVICES ● NO PROFESSIONAL OR COMMERCIAL CAMERAS/PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT, VIDEO CAMERAS, GOPROS, AUDIO RECORDING DEVICES, OR TRIPODS; NO VIDEO OR AUDIO RECORDING WILL BE ALLOWED (EXCEPT PERSONAL CELL PHONES)

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● NO SELFIE STICKS ● NO DRONES ● NO LIGHTS OR BATTERY PACKS ● NO TWO-WAY RADIOS OR WALKIE TALKIES ● NO LAPTOP COMPUTERS, TABLETS, OR DIGITAL READERS

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Fans are invited to avoid the lines and purchase merchandise ahead of time. Early merchandise locations are the Stadium Green, outside Gates 3 & 4, and along the sidewalk north of the Waldron Deck. Merchandise locations are cashless / credit card only.

Early merchandise will open during the following dates & times:

Pre-show on Thursday, June 1st from 10am - 7pm

Day of show on June 2nd, 3rd, & 4th from 12pm thru show

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Cooling stations will be located:

The Miller Lite Midway (behind section 136/138)

The United Club (behind section 106/107 & 111/112)

Outside in the Stadium Green

Inside the Northwest Plaza (behind section 143/144)

Charging Stations

chargeFUZE charging stations are located:

  • United Club Level 1 by South Pro Shop
  • United Club Level 3 by Section 314
  • 100 SW Mezzanine near Section 128  
  • South Courtyard next to ADA Elevator/Stairs to Mezz.
  • Outside of the Miller Lite Midway Club by Section 136
  • Upper West concourse near Section 438
  • West Colonnade level near Section 429
  • North Garage in the 4th Floor Lobby

Taylor Swift conquers Chicago in first of three sold-out Soldier Field shows

The music superstar held more than 60,000 fans in the palm of her hand during her friday night concert in chicago..

Taylor Swift performs on Friday night in Chicago during the first of three Soldier Field shows this weekend. 

Taylor Swift performs on Friday night in Chicago during the first of three sold-out Soldier Field shows this weekend.

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Taylor Swift has officially taken over Chicago.

After months of anticipation, the pop singer-songwriter brought her Eras Tour to Soldier Field on Friday night for the first of three sold-out shows, marking her first time back in Chicago since 2018. Offering a mammoth, three-hour-plus, more than 40-song performance, her concerts are among the biggest music events of 2023 (with new international dates just added).

For days, there have been Eras Tour-themed brunches, karaoke parties, trivia nights, cover bands and themed workout classes for Swifties to partake in across the Chicago area. There have also been countless PSAs from the city, issuing precautions to anyone without tickets huddling on the Museum Campus hoping to catch a listen of the show from outside the stadium. And, of course, there’s been a mad dash for tickets as resale portals continue to list four- and five-figure prices for even nosebleed seats, echoing back to the “historically unprecedented demand” that crashed Ticketmaster when the Eras Tour first went on sale in November and instigated consumer watchdog groups, Congressional hearings and lawsuits.

Taylor Swift performs for the sold-out crowd at Soldier Field on June 2.

Taylor Swift performs for the sold-out crowd at Soldier Field on Friday night.

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“Who here put in an expensive amount of effort?” Swift cheekily asked the adoring throngs early on in the night, eliciting a large swath of applause. She heartily thanked the masses and declared love for the fans who filled every seat in the house and snakelined all of the merchandise sale points, including outside the stadium where many diehard fans showed up to be part of the experience even without a ticket.

And what an experience it was. Countless fringe/sequin/caped-costume changes, precise choreography and dramatic bits, rotating sets (including bringing the “folklore” cabin to life), brilliant lighting and a finale of fireworks were all neatly padded into Swift’s marathon show that, according to reports, has prompted some fans to wear adult diapers to not miss a moment. Others have reported feeling post-show “amnesia” after the high of seeing the Eras Tour, though they can surely relive it all via #SwiftTok.

Taylor Swift begins her Eras Tour takeover in Chicago Friday night pic.twitter.com/aLmSPeICWT — selena fragassi (@selenafragassi) June 3, 2023

It’s all part of the ongoing mutual appreciation society Swift has masterfully cultivated over her career. It was on full display Friday night as she walked down the stage’s long catwalk to wave to every corner of the stadium, pointing at people decked in highly elaborate and bedazzled costumes that paid homage to the singer’s personas over the years, and becoming visibly teary-eyed after performing “champagne problems,” taking in the magnitude of a once country girl now dominating the music scene. At one point, Swift removed her in-ear monitors just to hear the roar of the 65,000-deep crowd who reverently shouted every lyric to every song.

“It must be crazy to be her,” one fan in the crowd said, voicing perhaps the understatement of the night.

At 33, Swift’s young age belies her many career accomplishments. The Eras Tour “best of” production sprinkles in songs from each of her 10 albums since she debuted at the age of 16 in 2006.

Taylor Swift performs while making a costume change at Soldier Field on Friday night.

Taylor Swift performs while making a costume change at Soldier Field on Friday night.

There have been multiple generations that have grown up right along with her and new ones just entering the throes of heartbreak that will cling to Swift’s music as their guide. There are women who find strength in her anti-patriarchy power moves like regaining the rights to her work by re-recording her first six albums, and lambasting her exes before they get the first word. And there are those who simply cling to her relatability and positivity. All of them came out in full force on Friday — kids likely seeing their first show, couples, girlfriends, even dads who were proud to represent in their T-shirts declaring “Dad Swiftie” and “I named my daughter after Taylor.”

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In addition to rolling out all of the heartsick odes and cautionary tales, from the positive (“Love Story”) to the ruthless (“Don’t Blame Me”) to the empowered (“We Are Never Getting Back Together”), Swift also took several moments to speak one-on-one with the crowd like a friend would, most notably taking a few minutes to address her strong following of LGBTQ+ supporters. 

“Happy Pride Month, everyone!” Swift started, commending anyone “living their most authentic lives, loving who they want to love, identifying how they want to identify.” Calling her shows a safe space, she added, “I wish every place was safe and beautiful for people in the LGBTQ community.”

Swift’s stance on inclusivity was not just for show, as it extended into her talented ensemble — four backup vocalists, six instrumentalists and 14 dancers — who represented varied ages and ethnicities.  

Just a taste of the night-long mass singalong at #TaylorSwiftErasTour in chicago pic.twitter.com/iUrKzJFozw — selena fragassi (@selenafragassi) June 3, 2023

Though there were no surprise guests on night one in Chicago (previous dates have seen collaborators Ice Spice and Marcus Mumford and producer friends Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff), Swift did have something special in store during her “Surprise Songs” part of the set list in which she goes off-script. For this night, she offered a rare acoustic take on “I Wish You Would” and a tour debut of “the lakes” on piano, inspired, she said, by being in the city by the lake.

“These songs may be about something I felt once, but by the end of tonight, the goal is these songs being about the memories we made here,” Swift shared, clearly successful in her mission.

Whatever era is next, her Swifties are ready and waiting.

The Eras Tour returns to Soldier Field on Saturday and Sunday .

  • Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
  • Cruel Summer
  • You Need to Calm Down
  • You Belong With Me
  • ’tis the damn season
  • champagne problems
  • tolerate it

‘Reputation’ 

  • ... Ready for It?
  • Don’t Blame Me
  • Look What You Made Me Do

‘Speak Now’

  • We Are Never Getting Back Together
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well (10-minute version)
  • the last great american dynasty
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  • my tears ricochet
  • Blank Space
  • Shake It Off
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‘Surprise Songs’

  • I Wish You Would

‘Midnights’

  • Lavender Haze
  • Midnight Rain
  • Vigilante Shit

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Taylor Swift’s Surprise Song at Her Final Chicago Show ‘Hits Different’

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Taylor Swift spoiled Chicago over the course of her three nights in the Windy City this weekend. On night one, she delivered a speech about creating safe spaces for her queer fans and urged her audience to vote against harmful anti-LGBTQ+ legislation. Night two saw a surprise appearance from Maren Morris for the live debut of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) vault track “ You All Over Me .” And night three featured another special live debut, with Swift stripping down the Midnights deep cut “ Hits Different ” for her first surprise song.

FIRST SURPRISE SONG IS HITS DIFFERENT #ChicagoTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/dCA98yzHJH — ariana HEARD HITS DIFFERENT LIVE (@japrilss) June 5, 2023

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“It’s been thousands of times I’ve seen someone in the crowd and just seen them performing for their life,” Swift said before starting “Hits Different.” “This crowd is so special, you guys are so amazing. On a one-on-one basis, I’ve made so many new friends tonight. People are gonna ask me, like, ‘Are you tired at the end of the show?’ I’m like, no, are they tired? You guys are head-banging and thrashing and screeching.”

The addition of “Hits Different” as a surprise song also sparked hope that Swift might surprise one of her remaining crowds with “You’re Losing Me,” her latest exclusive release. The song is currently only available on a special edition CD sold in limited quantities at the singer’s tour stops.

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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 3 in Singapore — “Long Story Short”/”The Story of Us” and “Clean”/”Evermore”
  • March 4 in Singapore — “Mine”/”Starlight” and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”/”Dress”

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Here Are the Artists Opening for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour: Paramore, Phoebe Bridgers & More

HAIM, Gayle and Beabadoobee are also on the lineup for the pop star's first tour in five years.

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Time to start saving up, Swifties. The news that Taylor Swift is going on her first tour in five years is exciting enough, but once you see the star-studded list of guest artists she’s bringing along for the ride, you’ll really want to purchase a ticket.

The pop star announced Tuesday (Nov. 1) that she would be embarking on The Eras Tour , a celebration of all 10 of the studio albums she’s released since 2006 — at least, that’s what the trek’s title suggests. Swift also shared a poster advertising the tour’s 27-date U.S. leg on Instagram featuring a collage of photos of herself through the years, from the time of her self-titled debut to Midnights , which dropped less than two weeks prior to the tour news.

All the Surprise Songs Taylor Swift Has Performed on The Eras Tour (So Far)

The Cats star hasn’t hit the road since 2018, when she launched her best-selling Reputation Tour. She had planned on performing again after the release of her 2019 record Lover in a concert series called Lover Fest, but canceled the shows due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

For those who are keeping count, this means that Tay has six albums-worth of new material that she’s never played live — if you include the previously unreleased vault tracks on 2021’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) . Studio albums Folklore, Evermore and, of course, Midnights , have all also been released in the time between Lover and the Eras Tour.

Though additional international dates won’t be announced until a later time, Swift did also reveal exactly who’s joining her during her highly anticipated return to touring. A total of nine artists make up the supporting act lineup for the tour’s first leg — with two acts slated per night to open for Tay night — and some of them are very familiar faces for the Swiftie community.

Keep reading to see who’s joining Taylor Swift on her 2023 Eras Tour below:

Paramore

  • 3/17 – State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
  • 3/18 – State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

Taylor Swift and Paramore ‘s Hayley Williams have been friends for years, and now they’re teaming up for the Eras Tour’s kickoff show in Glendale. The “Anti-Hero” singer brought Williams out during a show on her Speak Now tour to sing “That’s What You Get” in 2011, cast her in the award-winning “ Bad Blood ” music video in 2015, and reveled in her praise of Swift’s 2021 record Evermore .

Beabadoobee

Beabadoobee

  • 3/24 – Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
  • 3/25 – Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
  • 4/1 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • 4/2 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • 4/13 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
  • 4/14 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
  • 4/15 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
  • 4/21 – NRG Stadium in Houston
  • 4/22 – NRG Stadium in Houston
  • 4/23 – NRG Stadium in Houston
  • 4/28 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta
  • 4/29 – Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta

Beabadoobee ‘s involvement in the Eras Tour was foreshadowed back in May when Taylor used one of the indie pop star’s songs, “See you Soon,” in a TikTok made on the day she delivered the commencement speech at NYU’s graduation ceremony.

Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers

  • 5/5 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville
  • 5/6 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville
  • 5/7 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville
  • 5/12 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • 5/13 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • 5/14 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • 5/19 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
  • 5/20 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
  • 5/21 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
  • 5/26 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
  • 5/27 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
  • 5/28 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Taylor and Phoebe Bridgers forged a friendship after the former invited the latter onto her Red (Taylor’s Version) vault track “Nothing New” as a guest vocalist. “She is an incredible businessperson and an incredible writer,” Bridgers praised the “All Too Well” songwriter in a 2021 interview with Billboard . “What she’s been able to build just from writing adeptly from a young age is insane.”

Girl In Red

Girl in Red

  • 6/2 – Soldier Field in Chicago
  • 6/3 – Soldier Field in Chicago
  • 6/9 – Ford Field in Detroit
  • 6/10 – Ford Field in Detroit
  • 6/16 – Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Penn.
  • 6/17 – Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Penn.
  • 6/23 – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.
  • 6/24 – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.

Taylor praised Girl In Red ‘s If I Could Make It Go Quiet on Instagram after the Norwegian singer’s debut record came out in 2021.

MUNA

  • 3/31 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • 4/30 – Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta
  • 6/4 – Soldier Field in Chicago
  • 6/30 – Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 7/1 – Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 7/7 – GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
  • 7/8 – GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
  • 7/14 – Empower Field at Mile High in Denver
  • 7/15 – Empower Field at Mile High in Denver

MUNA had a connection to Taylor through Phoebe Bridgers, whose label, Saddest Factory Records, signed the “Silk Chiffon” trio in 2021. The group’s lead singer, Katie Gavin, has also revealed that Swift inspired their 2022 self-titled album.

HAIM

  • 7/22 – Lumen Field in Seattle
  • 7/23 – Lumen Field in Seattle
  • 7/28 – Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • 7/29 – Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • 8/3 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/4 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/5 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/8 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/9 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles

Swift and the ladies of HAIM have been best pals dating back to the 1989 World Tour, when the multi-Grammy winner first had the sister band open for one of her tours. Since then, the four women have collaborated on a song together — “No Body, No Crime” on Swift’s Evermore — and joined forces again in 2022 for Swift’s “Bejweled” music video .

GAYLE

  • 5/12 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn.
  • 5/13 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn.

“OH MY GOD I’M OPENING FOR TAYLOR SWIFT,” the “Abcdefu” singer excitedly wrote on Instagram Stories following news of The Eras Tour. “WHAT IS HAPPENING.”

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Gracie Abrams

Gracie Abrams

  • 4/29 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta

A longtime fan of Taylor’s, Gracie Abrams summed up her feelings about going on tour with the “Willow” singer-songwriter in an emotional Instagram post. “@taylorswift you know i will never have the words,” she captioned a photo of The Eras Tour poster. “THE ERAS TOUR IS HAPPENING AND I WILL NEVER HAVE THE WORDS @taylorswift Thank you. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you. I love you. holy. s–t.”

Owenn

Christian Owens, or Owenn, his stage name, went from being a backup dancer in a Taylor Swift tour to being an opening musician for a Taylor Swift tour. He performed onstage with Swift during her Reputation tour in 2018 and was also the pop star’s costar in her “Lover” music video in 2019 before joining the Eras tour opening lineup.

Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter

  • 8/24 – Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 8/25 – Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 8/26 – Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 11/9 – Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 11/10 – Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 11/18 – Estadio Nilton Santos – Engenhao, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  • 11/25 – Allianz Parque, Sao Paolo, Brazil
  • 11/26 – Allianz Parque, Sao Paolo, Brazil

When the pop superstar announced her first international dates for the Eras Tour, she also revealed that “sweet angel princess” Sabrina Carpenter would be opening for her in Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. The “Nonsense” singer has been spotted accepting friendship bracelets from other Swifties on the Eras Tour, and told Audacy in November that she loves Midnights , saying, “The whole album’s amazing.” Two of her favorite tracks, though? “Karma” and “Bejeweled,” she said at the time.

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Here's Taylor Swift's Complete Setlist for the Opening Night of Her Eras Tour

At her first performance of the tour in glendale, arizona, swift performed 44 songs, spanning all 10 of her studio albums., by becca wood | today • published march 18, 2023.

The opening night of Taylor Swift's "Eras Tour" helped answer the question on every Swiftie's mind: What is she going to play at her concerts?

Swift kicked off her long-awaited tour Friday, March 17 in Glendale, Arizona, which Mayor Jerry Weiers  temporarily renamed Swift City  by official proclamation to welcome the singer.

The "Eras Tour" is her first concert series since 2018's Reputation Stadium Tour. In the meantime, Swift has released three new studio albums, “Folklore,” “Evermore” and “Midnights,” and she's rerecorded several of her former tracks.

The singer also never toured her seventh studio album, "Lover," as the Lover Fest concert series, scheduled for the summer of 2020, was  canceled due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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With so much ground to cover, fans speculated how she could fit  all 10 eras  of her discography into one concert. The result? A three-hour long spectacle featuring more than 40 songs, according to  Variety , who also shared  footage from opening night on TikTok .

Here's the full setlist from opening night, according to  Variety .

  • “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince”
  • “Cruel Summer”
  • “You Need to Calm Down”
  • “The Archer”
  • “You Belong With Me”
  • “Love Story”
  • “Tis the Damn Season”
  • “Champagne Problems”
  • “Tolerate It”
  • “…Ready for It?”
  • “Don’t Blame Me”
  • “Look What You Made Me Do”
  • “Enchanted”
  • “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”
  • “My Tears Ricochet”
  • “Blank Space”
  • “Shake It Off”
  • “Wildest Dreams”
  • “Bad Blood”
  • “Mirrorball” (acoustic)
  • “Tim McGraw” (acoustic)
  • “Lavender Haze”
  • “Anti-Hero”
  • “Midnight Rain”
  • “Vigilante S---”
  • “Bejeweled”
  • “Mastermind”

Across social media, fans were sharing their favorite songs, moments and outfit changes from the show.

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One user  tweeted  six of her looks from Friday night, writing, "now THAT is how you put on a show, taylor swift you are insane."

Another  wrote , "forever grateful to live in the same lifetime as taylor swift," sharing a photo of her singing in a dark, shimmery dress.

Though Swift will be playing to stadiums and arenas, many fans were left disappointed when they couldn't purchase tickets from Ticketmaster back in November after the general sale was canceled.

The ticketing company previously  said in a statement  that over 3.5 million fans registered for the Verified Fan program at the time — the largest number in the company's history. Ticketmaster also noted that they experienced a “staggering number of bot attacks,” contributing to 3.5 billion total system requests, four times its previous peak.

At the level of demand Ticketmaster saw in the fall, the company said that Swift would need to perform over 900 stadium shows, or do a performance every night for the next two and a half years. Ticketmaster was questioned by the  Senate Judiciary Committee  after the fiasco.

Swift took to  social media  on the day the public sale was set to take place, writing in an Instagram story that she's "extremely protective of my fans."

“It’s really difficult for me to trust an outside entity with these relationships and loyalties, and excruciating for me to just watch mistakes happen with no recourse,” she wrote.

In December, however, some fans got  another chance at tickets  after Ticketmaster worked with "Taylor's team" to provide additional opportunities. 

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  • Song played from tape Intro ( Fearless, End Game, Speak Now, gold rush, evermore, Red, Lavender Haze, Lover, Bejeweled elements )
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  • Cruel Summer Play Video
  • The Man Play Video
  • You Need to Calm Down ( shortened ) Play Video
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  • The Archer ( extended outro ) Play Video
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  • You Belong With Me Play Video
  • Love Story Play Video
  • 'tis the damn season ( shortened ) Play Video
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  • tolerate it ( extended intro w/keys; shortened ) Play Video
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  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together Play Video
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  • Wildest Dreams
  • 'tis the damn season
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  • tolerate it
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  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • The Moment I Knew
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour continued it’s international journey on Monday night in Singapore (morning in the United States). The now 14-time Grammy winner will be touring almost non-stop for the entire year, and at each show she adds two “surprise songs” to her 44-song, three hour plus set list.

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For the third of six nights in Singapore, Swift once again went with the mashups that she’s been so fond of in 2024. On the guitar, she played a combination of “Foolish One” from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) and “Tell Me Why” from Fearless. On piano, Swift went with a mashup of “This Love” from 1989 mixed with “Call It What You Want” from Reputation .

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Taylor Swift performs her song "Cruel Summer" during opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour, June 2, 2023, at Soldier Field.

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Sarah Basheer, 27, of Algonquin, Illinois.

Sarah Basheer, 27, of Algonquin, Illinois.

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Taylor Swift performs her song "Cruel Summer" at the opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour on June 2, 2023, at Soldier Field.

Emily Hines, 22, of Clarendon Hills, Illinois.

Emily Hines, 22, of Clarendon Hills, Illinois.

Devin McKnight, 24, of Minooka, Illinois.

Devin McKnight, 24, of Minooka, Illinois.

Taylor Swift performs her song "Cruel Summer" at the opening...

Taylor Swift performs her song "Cruel Summer" at the opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour, June 2, 2023.

Megan Nash, 19, of Hinsdale, Illinois.

Megan Nash, 19, of Hinsdale, Illinois.

Jared Beek, 22, of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Jared Beek, 22, of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Atziri Valbuena, 19, of Addison, Illinois.

Atziri Valbuena, 19, of Addison, Illinois.

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Taylor Swift fans without tickets dance to the to the Eras Tour performance outside of Chicago's Soldier Field, June 2, 2023.

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Kelly Nash, 22, of Hinsdale, Illinois.

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Girl in Red performs as an opening act at the Taylor Swift Eras Tour, June 2, 2023.

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Fans wait listen to opening acts waiting for Taylor Swift to hit the stage at the Eras Tour, June 2, 2023, in Soldier Field.

Charlotte Stovall, 8, of Crown Point, Indiana.

Charlotte Stovall, 8, of Crown Point, Indiana.

Jennifer Walsh, 35, of Tinley Park, Illinois.

Jennifer Walsh, 35, of Tinley Park, Illinois.

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Taylor Swift fans check out merchandise outside Soldier Field in Chicago before the first night of Swift's Eras Tour on June 2, 2023.

Casey MacDonald, 41, of Elkhart, Indiana.

Casey MacDonald, 41, of Elkhart, Indiana.

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Jack Huster, from left, Cassie Erhardt and Cami Nate draw the number "13" on their hands ahead of the Eras Tour opening night on in Chicago June 2, 2023. Thirteen is Taylor Swift's lucky number.

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Cami Nate applies red lipstick, Taylor Swift's signature look, in preparation for the Eras Tour show at Soldier Field on June 2, 2023, in Chicago.

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A fan looking for three ticket walks outside Soldier Field in Chicago before the first night of the Taylor Swift Eras Tour on June 2, 2023.

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Taylor Swift fans arrive at Soldier Field in Chicago before the first night of her Eras Tour on June 2, 2023.

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Fans display friendship bracelets as they wait to enter Soldier Field for Taylor Swift's Eras Tour on June 2, 2023, in Chicago.

Swifties head to the Soldier Field entrances as the Taylor...

Swifties head to the Soldier Field entrances as the Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago drawing thousands of fans from across the country to catch one of Swift's three shows in Chicago starting tonight, June 2, 2023.

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago drawing thousands...

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago drawing thousands of fans, Swifties, from across the country to catch one of Swift's three shows at Soldier Field in Chicago starting tonight, June 2, 2023.

Heidi Burke, Mallory Burke, Abby Butler, Karly Burke, and Kayley...

Heidi Burke, Mallory Burke, Abby Butler, Karly Burke, and Kayley Burke gather at Soldier Field before the Taylor Swift Eras Tour, June 2, 2023.

Cassie Erhardt draws the number 13 on Cami Nate's hand...

Cassie Erhardt draws the number 13 on Cami Nate's hand before the Taylor Swift Eras Tour performance on June 2, 2023, in Chicago.

Dom Cielak, Cami Nate, and Lydia Grove arrive at Soldier...

Dom Cielak, Cami Nate, and Lydia Grove arrive at Soldier Field in Chicago for the Taylor Swift Eras Tour, June 2, 2023.

Fans trade bracelets as the Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives...

Fans trade bracelets as the Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago for three shows at Soldier Field, June 2, 2023.

Swifties head to the Soldier Field entrances as the Taylor...

Swifties head to the Soldier Field entrances as the Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago, June 2, 2023.

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour draws thousands of fans, Swifties,...

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour draws thousands of fans, Swifties, from across the country to trade bracelets and catch one of Swift's three shows at Soldier Field, June 2, 2023.

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago drawing thousands...

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour arrives in Chicago drawing thousands of fans, Swifties, for the first of three shows at Soldier Field, June 2, 2023.

Fans wearing fun t-shirts arrive for the Taylor Swift Eras...

Fans wearing fun t-shirts arrive for the Taylor Swift Eras Tour in Chicago. Swifties from across the country came to catch one of Swift's shows at Soldier Field starting, June 2, 2023.

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour draws thousands of fans, Swifties,...

Brett Kramer and his wife Kelly Kramer, who is pregnant, arrive at Soldier Field in Chicago for the Taylor Swift Eras Tour at Soldier Field, June 2, 2023.

Sadona Shaw, 13, of Fenton, Michigan, buys over $700 worth...

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Sadona Shaw, 13, of Fenton, Michigan, buys over $700 worth of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise after arriving from Michigan at 1 a.m. with her father, Kevin Shaw, right, and friend Sophie Dickerson, 14, center, outside Soldier Field on Thursday. The singer-songwriter will play three nights at Soldier Field this weekend.

People wait outside Soldier Field on June 1, 2023, for...

People wait outside Soldier Field on June 1, 2023, for Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise sales ahead of her three-night stop in Chicago.

A worker prices Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside Soldier...

A worker prices Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside Soldier Field, June 1, 2023.

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Skylar Gensch, right, of Carol Stream, sleeps outside Soldier Field before shopping for Taylor Swift merchandise on June 1, 2023.

Workers haul boxes of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside...

Workers haul boxes of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside Soldier Field, June 1, 2023.

People of all ages wait in line outside Soldier Field...

People of all ages wait in line outside Soldier Field on June 1, 2023, to buy Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise.

Taylor Swift merchandise for sale outside Soldier Field, June 1,...

Taylor Swift merchandise for sale outside Soldier Field, June 1, 2023.

People wait in line outside Soldier Field for Taylor Swift...

People wait in line outside Soldier Field for Taylor Swift merchandise.

People wait outside Soldier Field for Taylor Swift merchandise.

People wait outside Soldier Field for Taylor Swift merchandise.

Boxes are filled with Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise, June...

Boxes are filled with Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise, June 1, 2023, in a tent outside Chicago's Soldier Field.

Boxes filled with Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise arrive as...

Boxes filled with Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise arrive as people wait in a long line outside Soldier Field, June 1, 2023.

Taylor Swift merchandise for sale outside Soldier Field on June...

Taylor Swift merchandise for sale outside Soldier Field on June 1, 2023.

Taylor Swift fans Sophie Dickerson, 14, left, and Sadona Shaw,...

Taylor Swift fans Sophie Dickerson, 14, left, and Sadona Shaw, 13, both of Fenton, Michigan, leave after buying over $700 worth of Taylor Swift merchandise outside Soldier Field, June 1, 2023.

People buy Taylor Swift merchandise on June 1, 2023, ahead...

People buy Taylor Swift merchandise on June 1, 2023, ahead of her three concerts at Soldier Field.

A worker organizes boxes of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise...

A worker organizes boxes of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside Soldier Field, June 1, 2023.

Truckloads of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside Soldier Field,...

Truckloads of Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise outside Soldier Field, May 30, 2023.

Taylor Swift concert merchandise is loaded into Soldier Field, May...

Taylor Swift concert merchandise is loaded into Soldier Field, May 30, 2023.

Taylor Swift performs Cruel Summer at the opening night of...

Taylor Swift performs Cruel Summer at the opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour, June 2, 2023, at Soldier Field.

Hayley Feichter, 29, of Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood.

Hayley Feichter, 29, of Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood.

Taylor Swift performs her song "Cruel Summer" on opening night...

Taylor Swift performs her song "Cruel Summer" on opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour, June 2, 2023, at Soldier Field.

Taylor Swift sings "Cruel Summer" during her opening night of...

Taylor Swift sings "Cruel Summer" during her opening night of three Chicago Eras Tour performances on at Soldier Field, June 2, 2023

Faith Richard, 16, of Ponchatoula, Louisiana.

Faith Richard, 16, of Ponchatoula, Louisiana.

Taylor Swift live and on the big screen performs "Cruel...

Taylor Swift live and on the big screen performs "Cruel Summer" at the opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour on Friday, June 2, 2023, at Soldier Field.

Casady Wyckoff, 35, of Charleston, South Carolina.

Casady Wyckoff, 35, of Charleston, South Carolina.

Taylor Swift performs on opening night of the Chicago Eras...

Taylor Swift performs on opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour at Soldier Field.

Taylor Swift performs "The Man" at the opening night of...

Taylor Swift performs "The Man" at the opening night of the Chicago Eras Tour, June 2, 2023, at Soldier Field.

Taylor Swift fans without tickets listen to the Eras Tour...

Taylor Swift fans without tickets listen to the Eras Tour performance from outside of Soldier Field in Chicago, June 2, 2023.

Janis Gelfond, 23, of Roselle, Illinois.

Janis Gelfond, 23, of Roselle, Illinois.

Fans without tickets enjoy the Taylor Swift Eras Tour performance...

Fans without tickets enjoy the Taylor Swift Eras Tour performance from outside of Chicago's Soldier Field, June 2, 2023.

Marco Covarrubias, 20, of DeKalb, Illinois.

Marco Covarrubias, 20, of DeKalb, Illinois.

Olivia Nilsson, 24, of Louisville, Kentucky.

Olivia Nilsson, 24, of Louisville, Kentucky.

Owenn performs as an opening act before Taylor Swift's at...

Owenn performs as an opening act before Taylor Swift's at Eras Tour begins, June 2, 2023, in Soldier Field.

Taylor Swift fans arrive at Soldier Field in Chicago for...

Taylor Swift fans arrive at Soldier Field in Chicago for the first night of her Eras Tour on June 2, 2023.

Neely Walker, 36, of Sullivan, Indiana.

Neely Walker, 36, of Sullivan, Indiana.

Maggie Engel wears a shirt reading "I Love T.S." while...

Maggie Engel wears a shirt reading "I Love T.S." while hanging out with friends outside Soldier Field in Chicago before a Taylor Swift performance on June 2, 2023.

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Who’s Taylor Swift, anyway? Friday night in Chicago, for the first of three sold-out shows on her Eras Tour at Soldier Field, she contained multitudes, presiding over a 200-minute extravaganza that often had the crowd of more than 60,000 devoted fans singing along to every word. Swift played an innocent dreamer, a spell-casting sorceress, a festive clubgoer, wounded confessor, seductive chanteuse, contemplative heartbreaker, poet, fearless woman, LGBTQ advocate, trendsetting fashionista and much more.

The epic concert took the form of nine separate mini sets, each aurally and visually connected to a certain album, letting the pop phenom explore nearly every facet of a 17-year recording career that currently knows no limits. There was also a brief solo acoustic portion highlighted by two “surprise” selections.

Swift paired each set change with themed wardrobes and a parade of choreographed routines featuring a squadron of dancers and, frequently, members of her backup band. She also integrated projections on a mammoth, curved, high-definition screen, as well as mobile platforms whose height and shapes fluctuated during songs.

It was a stage whose magnitude dared make Soldier Field look mid-sized.

No detail seemed to go unnoticed. An illuminated floor — in which trapdoor openings emerged — allowed Swift to dive into the breach and depict the illusion of swimming the length of the extended runway. Her imagination ran wild: tall evergreen trees sprouted; a cloud hovered overhead; a multi-tiered office complete with suit-clad workers and typewriters popped up; a rustic cabin with a smoke-belching chimney took root; a light flurry of white confetti doubled as snow and drifted down on the crowd.

Steered by the 33-year-old Swift’s vast ambition, almost every tune functioned as an immersive journey, a transport mechanism to an emotion, place, wish, circumstance or memory. She built scenes and inhabited environments as much as she sang lyrics and strummed acoustic guitars. By largely refraining from pyrotechnics and frills that would otherwise distract from the music and messages, she further challenged contemporary notions of large-scale shows.

Notably, Swift instilled everything with a human touch.

The singer-songwriter possessed a brilliant knack for making a massive event feel personal, inviting, warm. The live accompaniment helped, as did the fact she didn’t opt for prerecorded vocal tracks. Swift is not the most powerful, deep or soulful singer, and primarily lives in the midrange. Yet she worked within her parameters, hit her notes and delivered words as if communicating one-on-one with a trusted friend.

Such sincerity, as well as the ability to laugh at herself, sets Swift apart from most of her mainstream peers. She radiated an authenticity that transcended even the sonic thinness and debutante romance of a few early-period works (“Enchanted,” “Love Story”). Relatedly, the superstar carried herself with a modesty at odds with the take-charge command of her unapologetic fare.

Addressing topics ranging from Pride Month to owning her own recordings, Swift expressed gratitude and received love in return. Seated silently at a piano after turning in a gorgeous rendition of “Champagne Problems,” she appeared overcome by a crush of applause that endured for two entire minutes, prompting her to remove her ear monitors and mouth “that’s so loud” as if in utter shock.

That exchange of genuineness and adoration puts Swift’s tight bond with her followers into context. Ditto the sticker shock caused by enormous demand for tickets, which saw the cheapest upper-tier seats for her Chicago dates start $1,500 a piece on the resale market. Unprecedented? Quite likely.

Save for possibly Beyoncé and Adele, Swift has had no near equal during the past three decades. Her chart accomplishments include being the first artist to claim every slot in the Billboard Top 10 and being the first living musician to have at least 10 albums in the Top 100, an ongoing run that includes her having owned the top spot for a record-setting 67th week. Her sales are eclipsed only by her immense popularity and cultural influence.

Swift essentially broke the internet last November when tickets went on sale for the Eras Tour. Fallout from the Ticketmaster debacle cast a long-overdue light on concert monopolies. She’s feted by cities because her shows have an economic impact on the level of a destination festival. She also recently upended the vinyl market, selling a record-shattering 575,000 LPs of her “Midnights” album in a week and blowing up Record Store Day with a limited release that had Swifties camping outside shops overnight in hope of grabbing a copy.

Swift demonstrated similar indefatigability throughout her performance, gaining energy as she progressed. Shifting between a sequined array of bodysuits, dresses, blazers, skirts, capes and gowns, and kicking about in knee-high boots and stiletto heels, she communicated with an extensive vocabulary of body language — winks, glances, hair tosses, pursed lips, glaring stares — that often held as much meaning as the lyrics.

She proved equally effective leading her entourage. Dancers holding glowing orbs added an eerie mystique to the folksy “Willow.” A thatched roof provided Swift a space to lie down and present the reflective “The 1? in calm tones. Before she neared closer and confronted him, dim lighting and a long table at which Swift sat opposite her partner reinforced the distance and frustration of “Tolerate It.” A bed and ladder to the sky provided apt entry points for the low-key escapism of “Lavender Haze.”

A different kind of evasive adventure unfolded in songs about infatuation and fantasy, both harmless and destructive. Yet for all the fun, top-down pleasure derived from innocuous anthems like the carefree “22? and glitter-encrusted “Style,” Swift entered a deeper, more intoxicating headspace in songs that asserted individuality and empowerment.

In these guises, be they in the mode of the clever “Look What You Made Me Do” or cautionary “You Need to Calm Down,” she came across as an unstoppable force who operated with declarative intent and transformed hurt into cathartic release — and communal healing.

At no point was Swift’s intensity, focus or courage more profound or effective than during a bloodletting rendition of the extended version of “All Too Well.” Steadily moving from quiet to explosive, whisper to shout, sad to angry, and devoid of visual support, the singer let the ballad’s swelling momentum and vivid imagery do all the talking. Mastermind, indeed.

Bob Gendron is a freelance critic.

Setlist for Chicago’s Soldier Field June 2:

“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 Season”

“Willow”

“Marjorie”

“Champagne Problems”

“Tolerate It”

“…Ready for It?”

“Delicate”

“Don’t Blame Me”

“Look What You Made Me Do”

“Enchanted”

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”

“I Knew You Were Trouble”

“All Too Well”

“The 1?

“Betty”

“The Last Great American Dynasty”

“August”

“Illicit Affairs”

“My Tears Ricochet”

“Cardigan”

“Style”

“Blank Space”

“Shake It Off”

“Wildest Dreams”

“Bad Blood”

“I Wish You Would”

“The Lakes”

“Lavender Haze”

“Anti-Hero”

“Midnight Rain”

“Vigilante”

“Bejeweled”

“Mastermind”

“Karma”

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T he Taylor Swift era isn't over yet. The singer, who began her global tour in March of 2023, is only getting started with her international shows. Even then, she has nine more performances set for American fans come October.

The singer's Eras Tour is the highest-grossing tour ever, becoming the first to surpass $1 billion (and counting). The chance to see Swift live is rare and one of the most in-demand tickets ever . While it's partly due to her popularity, Swift took a five-year hiatus from touring after her  Reputation  roadshow. She planned her sixth tour in 2020 for the album  Lover , but it was cancelled due to COVID-19.

By the time she finishes the roadshow in December of 2024, she'll have played 151 concerts.

Looking to catch the Eras Tour live? Here's everything to know about Swift's final US concerts, including dates and ticket information .

BUY NOW: Cheapest tickets for Taylor Swift's 2024 Eras Tour in the US 

Taylor Swift tickets for 2024 US tour

It's no secret that tickets to Swift's shows are in high demand. When her tour was first announced in November of 2022, fans had to wait in queues for hours in the hopes of securing tickets. Fortunately, while still popular, tickets are still available on StubHub for Swift's remaining US concerts.

The cheapest ticket for her first show at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami is currently $1,540, while the best price for her closing performance at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis is $1,498 right now.

Swift will also perform at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, which has a capacity of 83,000.

Taylor Swift 2024 US tour schedule

For the second American leg of the Eras Tour, Swift will visit three cities she did not perform in before.

She'll begin in Miami on Oct. 18 and finish in Indianapolis on Nov. 3. She'll perform three shows in each city, which includes New Orleans. Gracie Abrams will be the opener.

Here are the details for Swift's return to the US on the Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift The Tortured Poets Department tracklist

During her 13th Grammy acceptance, Swift announced her 11th studio album (not including Taylor's Version releases) titled  The Tortured Poets Department . The record is set to release on April 19th.

While no singles have been released yet, we do know the tracklist. It includes two collaborations, one with Post Malone and Florence + the Machine.

  • "Fortnight" (featuring Post Malone)
  • "The Tortured Poets Department"
  • "My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys"
  • "So Long, London"
  • "But Daddy I Love Him"
  • "Fresh Out the Slammer"
  • "Florida!!!" (featuring Florence + the Machine)
  • "Guilty as Sin?"
  • "Who's Afraid of Little Old Me?"
  • "I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can)"
  • "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart"
  • "The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived"
  • "The Alchemy"
  • "Clara Bow"
  • "The Manuscript" (bonus track)

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Plus, "Maroon" has been revealed as a bonus acoustic track.

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Taylor Swift 's Eras Tour concert film will debut on Disney+ one day earlier than previously planned, on March 14 at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. The streamer released a new trailer on Monday, which also revealed that "Maroon," from the global pop star's recent Midnights album, is one of the four bonus acoustic tracks included in the film.

As previously reported, the film will also feature a performance of "Cardigan," which was notably excluded in the theatrical release last October.

Directed by Sam Wrench ( Billie Eilish Live At The O2, BTS Permission to Dance on Stage - Seoul: Live Viewing Film ), the Eras Tour film earned more than $260 million at the global box office, making it the highest-grossing concert film of all time. It was shot during Swift's three-night residency at Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium.

The film was released on VOD on the pop star's birthday on Dec. 13 and featured bonus performances of "Wildest Dreams," "The Archer" and "Long Live."

Disney+ announced last month that it would become the exclusive streaming home to the concert film. "The Eras Tour has been a true phenomenon that has and continues to thrill fans around the world, and we are very excited to bring this electrifying concert to audiences wherever they are," Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a statement.

The streamer is also home to Swift's 2020 Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions , which features a performance of every song from the surprise quarantine album, as well as the stories behind them.

The pop star is set to release her 11th studio album The Tortured Poets Department on April 19, an announcement she made last month on stage when she won the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for  Midnights.

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Taylor Swift Announces Final Version of  The Tortured Poets Department  During Eras Tour Stop in Singapore

Swift revealed the new version will have a bonus track titled "The Black Dog" during the second of six shows at the Singapore National Stadium on Sunday night

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Taylor Swift won't be shaking off Singapore any time soon!

On Sunday night, the "All Too Well" singer, 34, took the stage in Singpore to perform for about 55,000 fans and made a surprise announcement.

During her second show at the Singapore National Stadium, Swift, while sitting at her piano, revealed the fourth and final version of her upcoming album, The Tortured Poets Department.

A fan post on X (formerly known as Twitter) showed that an image of the new version of the album appeared behind her on stage, revealing the bonus track for this edition is titled "The Black Dog." Previously unseen artwork of Swift running her hands through her hair was also included.

The pop superstar also shared the news on Instagram, alongside an image of the same artwork that appeared during her show.

“'Old habits die screaming…' File Name: The Black Dog 🖤," she wrote, adding, "Pre-order the final new edition of THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT with exclusive bonus track 'The Black Dog' on my website now."

Swift also included a second image of the album's track listing in her post, which featured a separate shot of Swift with the words "Old habits die screaming" written across it.

On Feb. 23 Swift announced the third special edition of the album with bonus track "The Albatross," while on stage during an Eras Tour show in Sydney. The second version, featuring bonus track, "The Bolter," was revealed during Swift's Melbourne show on Feb. 16 , while the original announcement of the new album was made during the singer's acceptance speech when she won best pop vocal album for her album  Midnights at the 2024 Grammy Awards on Feb. 4. The first version of the album features bonus track, "The Manuscript."

Meanwhile, Swift's Sunday performance marked the second of six shows she'll perform in Singapore. Swift will perform another show on Monday night and then have a two-day break before returning to the Eras Tour stage again on Thursday for three more nights.

On Saturday, Swift delighted fans when she shared that Singapore holds special meaning for her , because of her mom,  Andrea Swift .

"My mom actually spent a lot of her childhood with her mom and dad and sister growing up in Singapore," she told the crowd, as captured in a video posted on X .

"So a lot of the time when we'd come here on tour, my mom would take me and drive me past her old house, where she used to go to school. So I've been hearing about Singapore my whole life," she added.

Before Singapore, Swift treated her fans in Sydney, Australia to moments she described as "magical" in an Instagram post reflecting on her time in the city down under.

While there, she sang a mashup of her songs "White Horse" and "Coney Island" with her supporting act Sabrina Carpenter after a weather delay forced the 24-year-old "Emails I Can't Send" singer's set to be canceled for a night.

Swift favored mashups during the surprise portion of her sets in Sydney. Her third show there featured a medley of her song "Haunted" with her 2020 song "Exile," which is featured on folklore .

That same night, she also mashed up the 2023 1989 (Taylor's Version) vault track "Is It Over Now?" with another song from that album, "I Wish You Would."

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The "Love Story" singer's Sydney stint drew celebrities to the crowd of 81,000 fans at Accor Stadium in Sydney, including Katy Perry, Rebel Wilson , and Swift's boyfriend, Travis Kelce .

The Super Bowl champion tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, 34, even handed out guitar picks to Swift's fans in the crowd during her first show in Sydney, a job that's usually reserved for her dad, Scott .

‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ will be on Disney+ a day early

(Gray News) – Taylor Swift’s massively successful Eras Tour concert film will begin streaming on Disney+ starting March 14, a day earlier than previously thought.

Disney+ made the announcement last month that it will stream “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)” starting March 15.

However, in a new trailer Monday , it was clarified that the movie will begin streaming March 14 at 9 p.m. ET.

The extended version of the film will include Swift’s performance of “Cardigan,” which had been cut from the rental version, and four additional acoustic songs.

Disney did not say which acoustic songs would be featured, but based on when the film was shot during Swift’s concerts in Los Angeles, it’s likely those songs are “Maroon,” “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” “You Are in Love” and “I Can See You.”

It’s also unconfirmed how much Disney paid for the streaming rights to the movie, but according to a report from Puck News , the deal was worth $75 million. The report said that Disney outbid Netflix and Universal for the streaming rights.

According to Variety , the movie pulled in $261.7 million at the global box office after its Oct. 13 debut, making it the highest-grossing concert film of all time.

Following its successful run in theaters, the movie has been available to rent for $19.89 (Swift’s birth year) on Amazon and other rental services.

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  7. Taylor Swift Chicago 2023 Eras Tour: Soldier Field, Show Details

    Parking lots open at 2 p.m., and show gates open at 4:30 p.m. The show is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m., with openers OWEN and Girl in Red Friday and Saturday, and Grace Adams and Muna Sunday ...

  8. Everything Taylor Swift in Chicago for her Eras Tour

    Swifties, Chicago prepare for Taylor Swift's Soldier Field dates. By Catherine Odom and Katie Anthony. Taylor Swift performs three sold-out shows at Soldier Field this weekend. Doors will open ...

  9. Photos: Taylor Swift Eras Tour comes to Chicago

    Taylor Swift makes a three-night stop in Chicago in the middle of the U.S. leg of her Eras Tour. The singer-songwriter will play 3 nights at Soldier Field this weekend. Taylor Swift performs her ...

  10. It's been a long time coming: First night of the 3-show Eras Tour

    Thousands of visitors descended on the city for the weekend with a shared cause for celebration: Taylor Swift's three-night stop in Chicago as part of her much-anticipated Eras Tour. Hours ...

  11. Events International

    Don't miss the chance to see Taylor Swift live on The Eras Tour, a spectacular show that celebrates her musical journey from her debut album to her latest re-recordings. Find out the dates and locations of her international concerts and get your tickets now. You can also shop for exclusive merchandise, such as vinyls, CDs, hoodies, and snow globes, from her official store.

  12. See Taylor Swift, Maren Morris Perform 'You All Over Me' in Chicago

    June 4, 2023. Taylor Swift in Chicago Getty Images for TAS Rights Management. Taylor Swift 's Saturday show featured another trip to the vault and another surprise guest as Maren Morris joined ...

  13. Taylor Swift review: singer-songwriter conquers Chicago

    The music superstar held more than 60,000 fans in the palm of her hand during her Friday night concert in Chicago. By Selena Fragassi - For the Sun-Times. Jun 3, 2023, 12:33pm PST. Taylor Swift ...

  14. Taylor Swift Setlist at Soldier Field, Chicago

    Get the Taylor Swift Setlist of the concert at Soldier Field, Chicago, IL, USA on June 3, 2023 from the The Eras Tour and other Taylor Swift Setlists for free on setlist.fm!

  15. Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Surprise Songs List

    Performed at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. (July 29, 2023) Taylor Swift - All Of The Girls You Loved Before (Surprise Song 2) (Live at The Eras Tour) (Santa Clara Night 2) #TaylorSwift ...

  16. Taylor Swift Setlist at Soldier Field, Chicago

    Get the Taylor Swift Setlist of the concert at Soldier Field, Chicago, IL, USA on June 2, 2023 from the The Eras Tour and other Taylor Swift Setlists for free on setlist.fm! ... Tour: The Eras Tour Tour statistics Add setlist. Set Times. Start time: 8:00 PM. Tour average: 3h 26m. after doors. Average show length: 3h 22m. Doors: 4:30 PM.

  17. Taylor Swift Performs 'Hits Different' for First Time on the Eras Tour

    June 5, 2023. Taylor Swift performing in Chicago. Natasha Moustache/TAS23/Getty Images. Taylor Swift spoiled Chicago over the course of her three nights in the Windy City this weekend. On night ...

  18. All of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Surprise Songs So Far

    Below, find all the surprise songs Swift has performed on the Eras Tour, updating live. March 18 in Glendale, Ariz. — "State of Grace" and "This Is Me Trying". March 24 in Las Vegas, Nev ...

  19. The Eras Tour: Taylor Swift's surprise songs from night 3 in Sydney

    Taylor Swift's Eras Tour continued on Sunday night in Sydney, Australia (morning in the United States). The now 14-time Grammy winner will be touring almost non-stop for the entire year, and at ...

  20. Taylor Swift's 2023 Tour: Artists Who Are Opening for Eras Tour

    5/20 - Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. 5/26 - MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. 8/5 - SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. 8/9 - SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. "OH MY GOD I'M ...

  21. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Night 3)

    The record-breaking, eleven-time GRAMMY winner Taylor Swift will perform at Gillette, the first NFL stadium she ever headlined, for the 11th, 12th and 13th times when she takes the stage this May. She will be joined in Foxborough by Phoebe Bridgers and GAYLE for the May 19 and 20 shows, and Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams for the May 21 show.

  22. 2023 Eras Tour: Taylor Swift's Setlist Revealed

    A three-hour long spectacle featuring more than 40 songs, according to Variety, who also shared footage from opening night on TikTok. Here's the full setlist from opening night, according to ...

  23. Taylor Swift Setlist at Soldier Field, Chicago

    Get the Taylor Swift Setlist of the concert at Soldier Field, Chicago, IL, USA on June 4, 2023 from the The Eras Tour and other Taylor Swift Setlists for free on setlist.fm! ... Tour: The Eras Tour Tour statistics Add setlist. Set Times. Start time: 7:55 PM. Tour average: 3h 26m. after doors. Average show length: 3h 22m. Doors: 4:30 PM.

  24. Taylor Swift: Eras Tour surprise songs from night 3 in Singapore

    Taylor Swift's Eras Tour continued it's international journey on Monday night in Singapore (morning in the United States). The now 14-time Grammy winner will be touring almost non-stop for the ...

  25. Review: Taylor Swift puts on fearless show for Chicago fans

    Friday night in Chicago, for the first of three sold-out shows on her Eras Tour at Soldier Field, she contained multitudes, presiding over a 200-minute extravaganza that often had the crowd of ...

  26. Taylor Swift Eras Tour 2024 dates for U.S. return: Ticket prices ...

    The singer's Eras Tour is the highest-grossing tour ever, becoming the first to surpass $1 billion (and counting). The chance to see Swift live is rare and one of the most in-demand tickets ever .

  27. Taylor Swift's 'Eras Tour' concert film gets release date change

    Taylor Swift's Eras Tour concert film will debut on Disney+ one day earlier than previously planned, on March 14 at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. The streamer released a new trailer on Monday, which also ...

  28. Taylor Swift Announces Final Version of

    On Feb. 23 Swift announced the third special edition of the album with bonus track "The Albatross," while on stage during an Eras Tour show in Sydney. The second version, featuring bonus track ...

  29. 'Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour' will be on Disney+ a day early

    Taylor Swift's massively successful Eras Tour concert film will begin streaming on Disney+ starting March 14, a day earlier than previously thought.