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Every surprise song performed on Taylor Swift's Eras Tour so far

25 March 2024, 19:54

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Taylor Swift 's The Eras Tour is in full swing, and just as fans had hoped, Taylor has confirmed that she will be performing surprise songs on every single night of the tour.

If you've been a fan of Taylor for a while, you'll know that she always includes a surprise song or two in her tour set lists. The tradition goes all the way back to The Red Tour, and technically even further back to the Speak Now World Tour if you include the surprise covers she performed during that era.

With the tour now officially underway, the surprise songs are back, back, back again. There are 45 songs in the setlist already, which means she's got over 200 songs (!!) to choose from for the surprise slots.

Initially, Taylor told fans that she will only play each surprise song once, unless she messes it up. But she has now confirmed that she has ended that rule, and she will play whatever she wants, however many times she wants!

So, what surprise songs has Taylor Swift already performed on The Eras Tour and what can fans expect for the rest of the dates? Here's the full list. (We'll update this article live, during each show.)

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Taylor will be playing two surprise acoustic songs per show. After 66 dates in 2023, Taylor ended up playing an extra 124 songs, not including repeats or songs that weren't her own.

At the end of her 2023 Eras Tour shows, Taylor confirmed that the full list of surprise songs will be completely reset. In February 2024, she began adding mashups to the acoustic section. She has also confirmed that she will now completely scrap the 'only playing it once' rule, and will repeat songs if she feels like it. Here's the full list so far...

2024 Eras Tour surprise songs:

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

As of March 9th, Taylor has performed 6 from Red (Taylor's Version) , 6 from Midnights, 7 from Speak Now (Taylor's Version), 6 from Fearless, 7 from folklore, 6 from 1989, 4 from Reputation, 5 from Taylor Swift, 4 from evermore and 3 from Lover. Plus 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever'.

2023 Eras Tour surprise songs:

  • Glendale, AZ (March 17) - ‘mirrorball’ and 'Tim McGraw'
  • Glendale, AZ (March 18) - ‘State of Grace’ and ‘this is me trying’
  • Las Vegas, NV (March 24) - 'Our Song' and 'Snow on the Beach'
  • Las Vegas, NV (March 25) - 'cowboy like me' (with Marcus Mumford) and 'White Horse'
  • Arlington, TX (March 31) - 'Sad Beautiful Tragic' and 'Ours'
  • Arlington, TX (April 1) - 'Death By a Thousand Cuts' and 'Clean'
  • Arlington, TX (April 2) - 'Jump Then Fall' and 'The Lucky One'
  • Tampa, FL (April 13) - 'Speak Now' and 'Treacherous'
  • Tampa, FL (April 14) - 'The Great War' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'You're On Your Own, Kid'
  • Tampa, FL (April 15) - 'mad woman' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'Mean'
  • Houston, TX (April 21) – 'Wonderland' and 'You're Not Sorry'
  • Houston, TX (April 22) – 'A Place In This World' and 'Today Was A Fairytale'
  • Houston, TX (April 23) – 'Begin Again' and 'Cold as You'
  • Atlanta, GA (April 28) – 'The Other Side of the Door' and 'Coney Island'
  • Atlanta, GA (April 29) – 'High Infidelity' and 'Gorgeous'
  • Atlanta, GA (April 30) – 'I Bet You Think About Me' and 'How You Get The Girl'
  • Nashville, TN (May 5) – 'Sparks Fly' and 'Teardrops On My Guitar'
  • Nashville, TN (May 6) – 'Out of the Woods' and 'Fifteen'
  • Nashville, TN (May 7) – 'Would've Could've Should've' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'Mine'
  • Philadelphia, PA (May 12) - 'gold rush' and 'Come Back... Be Here'
  • Philadelphia, PA (May 13) - 'Forever & Always' and 'This Love'
  • Philadelphia, PA (May 14) - 'Hey Stephen' and 'The Best Day'
  • Foxborough, MA (May 19) - 'Should've Said No' and 'Better Man'
  • Foxborough, MA (May 20) - 'Question...?' and 'Invisible'
  • Foxborough, MA (May 21) - 'I Think He Knows' and 'Red'
  • East Rutherford, NJ (May 26) - 'Getaway Car' (with Jack Antonoff) and 'Maroon'
  • East Rutherford, NJ (May 27) - 'Holy Ground' and 'False God'
  • East Rutherford, NJ (May 28) - 'Welcome To New York' and 'Clean'
  • Chicago, IL (Jun 2) – 'I Wish You Would' and 'the lakes'
  • Chicago, IL (Jun 3) – 'You All Over Me' (with Maren Morris) and 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever'
  • Chicago, IL (Jun 4) – 'Hits Different' and 'The Moment I Knew'
  • Detroit, MI (Jun 9) – 'Haunted' and 'I Almost Do'
  • Detroit, MI (Jun 10) – 'All You Had To Do Was Stay' and 'Breathe'
  • Pittsburgh, PA (June 16) – 'Mr. Perfectly Fine' and 'The Last Time'
  • Pittsburgh, PA (June 17) – 'seven' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'The Story of Us'
  • Minneapolis, MN (June 23) – 'Paper Rings' and 'If This Was A Movie'
  • Minneapolis, MN (June 24) – 'Dear John' and 'Daylight'
  • Cincinnati, OH (June 30) – 'I'm Only Me When I'm With You' and 'evermore'
  • Cincinnati, OH (July 1) – 'ivy' (with Aaron Dessner), 'I miss you, I’m sorry' (with Gracie Abrams) and 'Call It What You Want'
  • Kansas City, MO (July 7) – 'Never Grow Up' and 'When Emma Falls in Love'
  • Kansas City, MO (July 8) – 'Last Kiss' and 'dorothea'
  • Denver, CO (July 14) - 'Picture To Burn' and 'Timeless'
  • Denver, CO (July 15) - 'Starlight' and 'Back To December'
  • Seattle, WA (July 22) - 'This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things' and 'Everything Has Changed'
  • Seattle, WA (July 23) - 'Message In A Bottle' and 'Tied Together With A Smile'
  • Santa Clara, CA (July 28) - 'right where you left me' (with Aaron Dessner) and 'Castles Crumbling'
  • Santa Clara, CA (July 29) - 'Stay Stay Stay' and 'All of the Girls You've Loved Before'
  • Los Angeles, CA (Aug 3) – 'I Can See You' and Maroon'
  • Los Angeles, CA (Aug 4) – 'Our Song' and 'You Are In Love'
  • Los Angeles, CA (Aug 5) – 'Death By A Thousand Cuts' and 'You're On Your Own, Kid'
  • Los Angeles, CA (Aug 7) – 'Dress' and 'exile'
  • Los Angeles, CA (Aug 8) – 'I Know Places' and 'King of My Heart'
  • Los Angeles, CA (Aug 9) – 'New Romantics' and 'New Year's Day'
  • Mexico City, Mexico (Aug 24) - 'I Forgot That You Existed' and 'Sweet Nothing'
  • Mexico City, Mexico (Aug 25) - 'Tell Me Why' and 'Snow on the Beach'
  • Mexico City, Mexico (Aug 26) - 'Cornelia Street' and 'You're On Your Own, Kid'
  • Mexico City, Mexico (Aug 27) - 'Afterglow' and 'Maroon'
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina (Nov 9) – 'The Very First Night' and 'Labyrinth'
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina (Nov 11) – 'Is It Over Now?/Out of the Woods' and 'End Game'
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina (Nov 12) – 'Better Than Revenge' and 'Slut!'
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Nov 17) – 'Stay Beautiful' and 'Suburban Legends'
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Nov 19) – 'Dancing With Our Hands Tied' and 'Bigger Than The Whole Sky'
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Nov 20) – 'ME!' and 'So It Goes...'
  • São Paulo, Brazil (Nov 24) – 'Now That We Don't Talk' and 'Innocent'
  • São Paulo, Brazil (Nov 25) – 'Safe & Sound' and 'Untouchable'
  • São Paulo, Brazil (Nov 26) – 'Say Don't Go' and 'it's time to go'

In 2023, Taylor played an additional 124 songs from her own discography as surprise songs. That includes 19 from Red (Taylor's Version), 17 from Speak Now (Taylor's Version), 16 from 1989 (Taylor's Version), 15 from Fearless (Taylor's Version), 11 from Midnights, 11 from Taylor Swift, 10 from Reputation, 10 from Lover, 8 from evermore and 6 from folklore.

Plus one soundtrack song ('I Don't Wanna Live Forever) and one extra song that's not her own ('I miss you, I'm sorry' with Gracie Abrams).

The Eras Tour concert film was recorded on August 3rd, 4th and 5th and all six surprise songs she performed at those shows will be included in The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) on Disney+ .

What surprise songs can Taylor Swift perform again?

What surprise songs has Taylor Swift not played yet?

With Taylor performing two surprise songs a night, it's pretty much a given that she will perform the majority of them before she finishes the entire tour. Taylor has now confirmed that she has reset the list for the 2024 dates, which means international fans heading to the Eras Tour will likely hear some repeats, as well as those she has not yet performed.

There's still plenty of tracks that Taylor has the option to perform. Here's all the songs that she has not yet performed as surprise songs:

  • Taylor Swift : 'Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)', 'A Perfectly Good Heart'
  • Fearless (Taylor's Version): ' The Way I Loved You', 'Change', 'Superstar', 'We Were Happy', 'That’s When', 'Don’t You', 'Bye Bye Baby'
  • Speak Now (Taylor's Version): [All songs from Speak Now have been played.]
  • Red (Taylor's Version) : 'Girl At Home', 'Ronan', 'Forever Winter', 'Run'
  • 1989 (Taylor's Version) : 'Sweeter Than Fiction'
  • Reputation : 'I Did Something Bad'
  • Lover : 'London Boy', 'Soon You’ll Get Better', 'It’s Nice To Have A Friend'
  • Folklore : 'Hoax'
  • Evermore : 'Happiness', 'Closure'
  • Midnights : 'Paris', 'Glitch'

Taylor's brand new album The Tortured Poets Department will be released on April 19th so fans will find out if she plans on singing those tracks as surprise songs after that date.

Alongside those listed album tracks, there's also several standalone and soundtrack songs that Taylor could add into the mix: 'Crazier', 'Only The Young', 'Carolina', 'I Heart?', 'Beautiful Eyes', 'Beautiful Ghosts'... And of course, 'Macavity' and 'Christmas Tree Farm'.

There's also the small possibility that she could potentially perform the songs she's featured on, maybe even with special guests: 'The Joker and the Queen', 'Two Is Better Than One', 'Renegade', 'Both of Us', 'Gasoline', 'Birch', 'Highway Don’t Care' and 'The Alcott'.

What surprise songs has Taylor Swift performed on The Eras Tour?

What surprise songs will Taylor Swift perform again?

At the start of the The Eras Tour, Taylor revealed that she had two rules when it comes to playing surprise songs more than once. Rule 1: If she messed up, she's allowed to play it again. Rule 2: Midnights songs are exempt and she can play them "however many times I want..."

However, in February 2024, she confirmed that that rule is no longer in place. She will play whatever songs she wants, however many times she wants.

So, if you're going to a London show in August, or one of the final shows in Vancouver and you're hoping to hear 'You're On Your Own, Kid'? It's now a strong possibility.

Here's a list of all the songs Taylor has performed multiple times on the Eras Tour so far:

  • 'You're On Your Own, Kid' (Played 4 times)
  • 'Maroon' (Played 3 times)
  • 'this is me trying'
  • 'Our Song'
  • 'Snow On The Beach'
  • 'Death By A Thousand Cuts'
  • 'Clean'
  • 'The Other Side of the Door'
  • 'Teardrops On My Guitar'
  • 'Out of the Woods'
  • 'Come Back...Be Here'
  • 'Red'
  • 'Getaway Car'
  • 'Holy Ground'
  • 'Daylight'

Taylor performed 'Nothing New' with Phoebe Bridgers on the nights Phoebe appears as a support act, but the song was not one of the two surprise songs. Taylor could now perform the song again later down the line as a surprise song.

Taylor also performed 'No Body, No Crime' with HAIM on the nights they supported the show. It's possible that Taylor will now perform that one again, solo, later down the line.

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What surprise songs are in Taylor Swift's Eras Tour movie?

The Eras Tour concert film was filmed on August 3rd, 4th and 5th in Los Angeles, CA. Taylor performed six additional surprise songs, all of which were recorded for the film. In the cinema and digital releases, 'Our Song' and 'You're On Your Own, Kid' were included as the two surprise songs.

In the (Taylor's Version) edition that will begin streaming on Disney+ on March 15th, Taylor confirmed that all six songs that she performed during those shows will be included. Here's the full list:

  • 'I Can See You'
  • 'Maroon'
  • 'You Are In Love'
  • 'You're On Your Own, Kid'

What surprise songs does Taylor Swift have left to perform?

Will Taylor Swift add The Tortured Poets Department songs to the Eras Tour setlist?

Just when you thought the Eras Tour would remain a celebration of Taylor's 10 albums, she goes ahead an announces her surprise 11th album!

The Tortured Poets Department will be released on April 19th, and features 17 brand new songs. We won't know for sure if Taylor will change her setlist to accommodate the new songs, but it's possible that she will perform them as surprise songs.

Watch this space – we'll update this article with more information as soon as she heads back on tour after the release.

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Here Are All the Surprise Songs Taylor Swift Has Played on the ‘Eras’ Tour

The Grammy-winning artist plays an acoustic set at each show with two unique songs

Swift performs onstage for "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour"

By this point, the “Eras” tour surprise songs Taylor Swift hasn’t played yet on the Eras tour have dwindled considerably, given that Los Angeles was Taylor Swift’s last stop on the first United States leg of the stadium tour. Among a 4-hour set comprised of all 10 albums Swift has released, the songstress takes some time to play two “surprise songs” on the guitar or piano. The titles remain a mystery until the moment in the show when she takes time to strip down the production for her audience.

Swift has also flubbed lyrics to some songs, claiming that any song she messes up can be played again later on in the tour. With the international leg of the “Eras” tour fast approaching, Swift will run out of songs eventually. Many options still stand by for the set of shows in LA this weekend and next week.

Here’s the list of which surprise songs Swift performed and when, stretching back to the very first “Eras” show in Arizona:

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour

* Underlined songs mark titles Taylor messed up lyrics to

* Bolded titles mark repeat songs, Bold and Italicized titles mark three-peats

* Bold Italicized and Underlined titles mark four-peats

* Italicized Albums mark Swift’s announcements of when she would release her re-recorded albums, which has happened twice now so far on tour.

First Round of United States Leg

  • 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” + “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” Announcement 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”
  • August 3 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “I Can See You” and “Maroon”
  • August 4 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “Our Song” and “You Are in Love”
  • August 5 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “Death By a Thousand Cuts” and “You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • August 7 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “Exile” and “Dress”
  • August 8 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “I Know Places” and “King of My Heart”
  • August 9 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “New Romantics” + “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” Announcement and “New Year’s Day”

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International Leg 2023

  • August 24 in Mexico City, Mexico – “I Forgot That You Existed” and “Sweet Nothing”
  • August 25 in Mexico City, Mexico – “Tell Me Why” and “Snow on the Beach”
  • August 26 in Mexico City, Mexico – “Cornelia Street” and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • August 27 in Mexico City, Mexico: “Afterglow” and “Maroon”
  • November 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth”
  • November 10 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: Cancelled Due to Rain
  • November 11 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: “End Game” and Mash-Up of “Out of the Woods” & “Is It Over Now?”
  • November 12 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: “Better Than Revenge” and “Slut!”
  • November 17 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: “Stay Beautiful” and “Suburban Legends”
  • November 19 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: “Dancing. With Our Hands Tied” and “Bigger Than the Whole Sky”
  • November 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”

At the end of 2023, Swift teased that she would be wiping the slate of surprise songs clean starting in 2024 when she went back on tour in Tokyo, meaning any and all songs are fair game once more.

International 2024

  • February 6 in Tokyo, Japan : “Holy Ground” and “Dear Reader”
  • February 7 in Tokyo, Japan : “Eyes Open” and “Electric Touch”
  • February 8 in Tokyo, Japan: “Superman” and “The Outside”
  • February 9 in Tokyo, Japan: “Come In With the Rain” and “You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • February 16 in Melbourne, Australia: “Red” and “You’re Losing Me”

* As of Feb. 18 in Melbourne, Swift made a public service announcement that she didn’t want to limit herself to the songs left on the list, confirming that she will do away with the no repeat rule. She also began to combine three or more songs in a surprise set.

  • February 17 in Melbourne, Australia : Mashup of “Getaway Car”/”August”/”The Other Side of the Door” and “This Is Me Trying”
  • February 18 in Melbourne, Australia : Mashup of “Come Back… Be Here”/”Daylight” and “Teardrops on My Guitar”
  • February 23 in Sydney, Australia – “How You Get the Girl” and Mashup of “White Horse/Coney Island” with Sabrina Carpenter
  • February 24 in Sydney, Australia – “Should’ve Said No (Naur)” and Mashup of “New Year’s Day/Peace”
  • February 25 in Sydney, Australia – Mashup of “Is It Over Now/I Wish You Would” and Mashup of “Haunted/Exile”
  • February 26 in Sydney, Australia – Mashup of “Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve/Ivy” and Mashup of “Forever & Always/Maroon”
  • March 2 in Singapore – Mashup of “long story short/The Story of Us” and Mashup of “Clean/evermore”
  • March 3 in Singapore – Mashup of “Mine/Starlight” and Mashup of “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever/Dress”
  • March 4 in Singapore – Mashup of “Foolish One/Tell Me Why” and Mashup of “This Love/Call It What You Want”
  • March 7 in Singapore – Mashup of “Death by a Thousand Cuts/Babe” and Mashup of “Fifteen/You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • March 8 in Singapore – Mashup of “Sparks Fly/gold rush” and “False God/Slut!”
  • March 9 in Singapore – Mashup of “Tim McGraw/Cowboy Like Me” and “Mirrorball/Epiphany”

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Songs That Haven’t Been Played Yet:

From “Taylor Swift” (her debut album):

  • “Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)”
  • “A Perfectly Good Heart”

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

  • “The Way I Loved You”
  • “Superstar”
  • “We Were Happy”
  • “That’s When (feat. Keith Urban)”
  • “Don’t You”
  • “Bye Bye Baby”

“Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”

  • “Foolish One”

“Red (Taylor’s Version)

  • “Girl at Home”
  • “Forever Winter”
  • “Run (feat. Ed Sheeran)”

“1989 (Taylor’s Version)” – All Songs Have Been Played Once!

“Reputation” – One non-rerecord song remaining!

  • “I Did Something Bad”
  • “London Boy”
  • “Soon You’ll Get Better (feat. The Chicks)”
  • “It’s Nice to Have a Friend”
  • “Happiness”
  • “Long Story Short”

“Midnights”

Grab-bag (songs not attached to specific albums):

  • “I Heart ?”
  • “Only the Young”
  • “The Alcott”
  • “Beautiful Eyes”
  • “Beautiful Ghosts”
  • “Sweeter Than Fiction”

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

Fans will remember this tour all too well for years to come

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Every day is a fairytale on the Eras Tour .

Taylor Swift has embarked on her first tour since 2018 , the singer has added to fans' excitement by performing two surprise acoustic songs from her 10 studio albums at some point during each three-hour show.

"The plan, the goal, would be to play different songs every single night and never repeat one," the singer and songwriter revealed to the audience at her first show of the tour.

Ticket-holders remained on the edge of their seats knowing no surprise song will be performed twice — unless Swift messes the song up during her performance — as she said while singing "Death by a Thousand Cuts" at an April 1 show — or if it's off Midnights . (So far, she's repeated "Red," "Holy Ground," "Clean," "Our Song," "Snow on the Beach," "Out of the Woods," Fifteen," "Sparks Fly," "Gold Rush" and "False God" twice while "Death by a Thousand Cuts" and "Maroon" have been played three times. "You're on Your Own, Kid" has been played four.)

In Melbourne, Australia in February 2024, Swift abolished her own no repeats rule — and has since begun playing medleys.

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Here is a complete list of all the songs Swift has surprised the audience with during her shows so far:

“Mirrorball” and “Tim McGraw” — Played March 17 in Glendale, Arizona

“State of Grace” and “This Is Me Trying” — Played March 18 in Glendale, Arizona

“Our Song” and “Snow on the Beach”  — Played March 24 in Las Vegas, Nevada 

“Cowboy Like Me” with Marcus Mumford and “White Horse” — Played March 25 in Las Vegas, Nevada 

“Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “Ours” — Played March 31 in Arlington, Texas 

“Death by a Thousand Cuts” and “Clean” — Played April 1 in Arlington, Texas

“Jump Then Fall” and “The Lucky One” — April 2 in Arlington, Texas

“Speak Now” and “Treacherous” — Played April 13 in Tampa, Florida

“The Great War” with Aaron Dessner and “You’re on Your Own, Kid” — Played April 14 in Tampa, Florida

“Mad Woman” with Aaron Dessner and “Mean” — Played April 15 in Tampa, Florida

“Wonderland” and “You’re Not Sorry” — Played April 21 in Houston, Texas

“A Place in This World” and “Today Was a Fairytale” — Played April 22 in Houston, Texas

“Begin Again” and “Cold as You” — Played April 23 in Houston, Texas

“The Other Side of the Door” and “Coney Island” — Played April 28 in Atlanta, Georgia

“High Infidelity” and “Gorgeous” — Played April 29 in Atlanta, Georgia

“I Bet You Think About Me” and “How You Get the Girl” — Played April 30 in Atlanta, Georgia

“Sparks Fly” and “Teardrops on My Guitar” — Played May 5 in Nashville, Tennessee

“Out of the Woods” and “Fifteen” — Played May 6 in Nashville, Tennessee

“Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” with Aaron Dessner and “Mine” — Played May 7 in Nashville, Tennessee

“Gold Rush” and “Come Back…Be Here” — Played May 12 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Forever & Always” and “This Love” — Played May 13 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Hey Stephen” and “The Best Day” — Played May 14 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"Should’ve Said No” and “Better Man” — Played May 19 in Foxborough, Massachusetts

“Question…?” and “Invisible” — Played May 20 in Foxborough, Massachusetts

“I Think He Knows” and “Red” — Played May 21 in Foxborough, Massachusetts

“Getaway Car” with Jack Antonoff and “Maroon” — Played May 26 in East Rutherford, New Jersey

“Holy Ground” and “False God” — Played May 27 in East Rutherford, New Jersey 

“Welcome to New York” and “Clean” — Played May 28 in East Rutherford, New Jersey

“I Wish You Would” and “The Lakes” — Played June 2 in Chicago, Illinois

“You All Over Me” with Maren Morris and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” — Played June 3 in Chicago, Illinois

“Hits Different” and “The Moment I Knew” — Played June 4 in Chicago, Illinois

"Haunted' and "I Almost Do" — Played June 9 in Detroit, Michigan

"All You Had to Do Was Stay"” and "Breathe"  —   Played June 10 in Detroit, Michigan

"Mr. Perfectly Fine" and "The Last Time"  —   Played June 16 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Seven" and "The Story of Us"  —   Played June 17 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Paper Rings" and "If This Was a Movie"  —   Played June 23 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

"Dear John" and "Daylight"  —   Played June 24 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

"I'm Only Me When I'm with You" and "Evermore"  —   Played June 30 in Cincinnati, Ohio

"Ivy" and "Call It What You Want"  —   Played July 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio

"Never Grow Up" and "When Emma Falls in Love"  —   Played July 7 in Kansas City, Missouri

"Last Kiss" and "Dorothea"  —   Played July 8 in Kansas City, Missouri

"Picture to Burn" and "Timeless"  —   Played July 14 in Denver, Colorado

"Starlight" and "Back to December"  —   Played July 15 in Denver, Colorado

"This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" and "Everything Has Changed"  —   Played July 16 in Seattle, Washington

"Message in a Bottle" and "Tied Together with a Smile"  —   Played July 16 in Seattle, Washington

"Right Where You Left Me" and "Castles Crumbling"  —   Played July 28 in Santa Clara, California

"Stay Stay Stay" and "All of the Girls You Loved Before"  —   Played July 29 in Santa Clara, California

"I Can See You" and "Maroon"  —   Played Aug. 3 in Los Angeles, California

"Our Song" and "You Are in Love"  —   Played Aug. 4 in Los Angeles, California

"Death by a Thousand Cuts" and "You're on Your Own Kid"  —   Played Aug. 5 in Los Angeles, California

"Dress" and "Exile"  —   Played Aug. 7 in Los Angeles, California

"I Know Places" and "King of My Heart"  —   Played Aug. 8 in Los Angeles, California

"New Romantics" and "New Year's Day"  —   Played Aug. 9 in Los Angeles, California

"I Forgot That You Existed" and "Sweet Nothing"  —   Played Aug. 24 in Mexico City, Mexico

"Tell Me Why" and "Snow on the Beach"  —   Played Aug. 25 in Mexico City, Mexico

"Tell Me Why" and "Snow on the Beach"  —   Played Aug. 26 in Mexico City, Mexico

"Afterglow" and "Snow on the Beach"  —   Played Aug. 27 in Mexico City, Mexico

"The Very First Night" and "Labyrinth"  —   Played Nov. 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

"Is It Over Now?" "Out of the Woods" and "End Game"  —   Played Nov. 11 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

"Better Than Revenge" and "Slut!"  —   Played Nov. 12 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

"Stay Beautiful" and "Suburban Legends"  —   Played Nov. 17 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

"Dancing with Our Hands Tied" and "Bigger Than the Whole Sky"  —   Played Nov. 19 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

"ME!" and "So It Goes"  —   Played Nov. 20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

"Now That We Don't Talk" and "Innocent"  —   Played Nov. 24 in São Paulo, Brazil

"Safe and Sound" and "Untouchable"  —   Played Nov. 25 in São Paulo, Brazil

"Say Don't Go" and "It's Time to Go"  —   Played Nov. 26 in São Paulo, Brazil

"Dear Reader" and "Holy Ground"  —   Played Feb. 7 in Tokyo, Japan

"Eyes Open" and "Electric Touch"  —   Played Feb. 8 in Tokyo, Japan

"Superman" and "The Outside"  —   Played Feb. 9 in Tokyo, Japan

"Come in with the Rain" and "You're on Your Own, Kid"  —   Played Feb. 10 in Tokyo, Japan

"Red" and "You're Losing Me"  —   Played Feb. 16 in Melbourne, Australia

"Getaway Car/August/The Other Side of the Door" medley and "This Is Me Trying"  —   Played Feb. 17 in Melbourne, Australia

"Come Back... Be Here/Daylight" medley and "Teardrops on My Guitar"  —   Played Feb. 18 in Melbourne, Australia

"How You Get the Girl" and "White Horse/Coney Island" medley  —   Played Feb. 23 in Sydney, Australia

"Should've Said No/You're Not Sorry" medley and "New Year's Day/Peace" medley  —   Played Feb. 24 in Sydney, Australia

"Is It Over Now?/I Wish You Would" medley and "Haunted/Exile" medley  —   Played Feb. 25 in Sydney, Australia

"Would've Could've Should've/Ivy" medley and "Forever & Always/Maroon" medley  — Played Feb. 26 in Sydney, Australia

"Mine/Starlight" medley and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever/Dress" medley  — Played March 2 in Singapore

"Long Story Short/The Story of Us" medley and "Clean/Evermore" medley  — Played March 3 in Singapore

"Foolish One/Tell Me Why" medley and "This Love/Call It What You Want" medley  — Played March 4 in Singapore

"Death by a Thousand Cuts/Babe" medley and "Fifteen/You're on Your Own, Kid" medley  — Played March 7 in Singapore

"Sparks Fly/Gold Rush" medley and "False God/Slut!" medley  — Played March 8 in Singapore

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Every Surprise Song Taylor Swift Plays On The Eras Tour

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Over the course of three and a half hours, Taylor Swift takes Swifties on a journey through all her eras by way of 45 songs, elaborate sets, sparkly costumes, fun dance moves and epic vocals. However, two of the songs featured each night during the Eras Tour change, as the pop star switches up her acoustic set for every show. So, with that in mind, we've created a guide to all the surprise songs featured on the pop star's tour.

While fans who survived the Ticketmaster fiasco know they’ll be seeing Swift honor her grandmother during “marjorie,” dive into her stage and do the viral “Bejeweled” TikTok dance , what they don’t know is the surprise songs they’ll get. Swift has a discography that currently includes 209 songs, and with 43 on the permanent setlist, per Variety , that leaves 166 left to play. So, as she tours around the world, we'll be here to tell you what she's played, what has been repeated, and why it's important.

As The Eras Tour goes on, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on everything secret song-related, so you can relive performances of your favorite Swift songs or try to predict which surprise songs you’ll see at your show.

mirrorball – Glendale, Arizona – March 17

The first surprise song Swifties got on the Eras Tour was “mirrorball.” The song from folklore is a big fan-favorite, and many Swifties showed up to the concert dressed as the sparkly decoration. The song is a fascinating examination of Taylor Swift and her relationship with fame. Fans have also resonated with the song, and they understandably lost it when she started strumming the chords to the tune on her guitar.

Tim McGraw – Glendale, Arizona – March 17

Fittingly, the second song Swift surprised the audience with was her first single and the song that put her name on the map. She moved over to the piano to play “Tim McGraw” from her debut album, and Swifties couldn’t help but sing along to the lyrics from this OG Taylor Swift classic.

this is me trying – Glendale, Arizona – March 18

Night two brought some deeper cuts to the Eras stage, as Swift started by singing “this is my trying” from folklore . She played the melancholic song on her guitar, and many fans were in shock that the singer played two beloved songs off her folky album on nights one and two of the tour.

State of Grace – Glendale, Arizona – March 18

Following “this is me trying” Swift went on to play a personal favorite of mine from Red (Taylor’s Version) . As she took to the piano she played a stripped-down version of “State of Grace (Taylor’s Version),” and as one fan commented on TikTok , it was like a “religious experience.”

Our Song – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 24

The secret songs picked for Las Vegas started with a banger as Taylor Swift played her first smash-hit song “Our Song” on her guitar. Swifties lost their minds hearing the throwback tune, and for all of us who weren’t at the concert, we’re hoping she’ll “play it again.”

Snow on the Beach – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 24

While Swift has become known for bringing out special guests to perform songs with her, that did not happen when she sang “Snow on the Beach.” The track from Midnights features Lana Del Rey, and while fans were hoping for a guest appearance, the headliner made it clear that there wouldn't be guests at this particular show:

I’m going to talk about another artist, but that artist is not here, OK? This is not a bit, I’m not going to bring somebody out, you are stuck with me. We do not have guests at this show.

So, while fans didn’t get to see Lana Del Rey live, they still got to bask in a beautiful rendition of “Snow on the Beach” in Las Vegas.

cowboy like me (ft. Marcus Mumford) – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 25

There may not have been a guest on night one of Swift’s Vegas shows, but there was on night two! Fans were elated when Marcus Mumford walked onto the stage to play “cowboy like me” off of evermore with Swift. The two played the tune on their guitars, and they seemed to have a blast together. Swift even stopped the song at one point to poke fun at her duet partner. Overall, it was a real tour highlight, and it marked a major milestone as Mumford was the first special guest of The Eras Tour.

White Horse – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 25

On top of the special guest appearance in Vegas on night two, Swift used her second song to play a fan-favorite off of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) as she connected “White Horse” to “cowboy like me” by saying “cowboys ride horses.” The envy was high for Swifties who weren’t at the show as she started playing “White Horse” on the piano, but nonetheless, it was a beautiful performance of a Taylor Swift classic.

Sad Beautiful Tragic – Arlington, Texas – March 31

Night one in Arlington, Texas featured the song "Sad Beautiful Tragic" off of Red (Taylor's Version) . This marks the second time the singer picked a song off said album to be one of her secret songs, and fans loved it, even if they were balling through the entire tune.

Ours – Arlington, Texas – March 31

This one was special, this one was "Ours," and it marked the first time Swift played a song off Speak Now during her secret set. She slowed the song down a tad for piano, and she played the hit beautifully, and while fans were trying "not to worry [their] pretty little mind," they were understandably freaking out.

Death By A Thousand Cuts – Arlington, Texas – April 1

Hang onto your valuables guys, gals and non-binary pals, because Taylor Swift shook the stadium, and TikTok, when she played "Death by a Thousand Cuts" off Lover . The fan-favorite song inspired by the movie Someone Great is so iconic, especially the bridge, that Swift played the moment twice on guitar. However, the second time she messed it up (though I think the flub was intentional), and her rule on the surprise songs is if she messes one up, she will play it again at another show. So, I guess that means we'll be getting this legendary Lover tune again.

Clean – Arlington, Texas – April 1

Swift dedicated "Clean" to her opener Gracie Abrams since the "adorable" singer had asked the pop star if she'd play the song off of 1989 during her surprise set. The audience lost their minds as the first notes were played, and this moment marked the first time a song from 1989 was featured in this segment of the Eras tour.

Jump Then Fall – Arlington, Texas – April 2

Night 3 in Arlington was a historic performance for Taylor Swift, as she became the first person to ever play three nights in a row at the stadium in Texas. So, to commemorate the evening, she played two songs off the (Taylor's Version) albums, including one of my favorites "Jump Then Fall" which is from Fearless (Taylor's Version) .

The Lucky One – Arlington, Texas – April 2

The Swifties in Arlington really were the lucky ones as Swift capped off her surprise songs for Texas with "The Lucky One" off of Red (Taylor's Version) . She played a slowed-down version of the song on the piano, and let's just say if I would have been there I would not "have made it out alive," and I would have very much felt like the "Lucky One."

Speak Now – Tampa, Florida – April 13

Taylor Swift was hardcore teasing the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version) during her first night in Tampa. However, the biggest tease came when she grabbed her guitar and started her secret songs set by saying:

One of my albums has been on my mind a lot, I've been thinking about it, there's lots going on in my brain about it. So I thought I might play the title track of that album.

As many fans, took to TikTok to post the clip of Swift singing this song, viewers freaked out, because this performance alludes to the theory that the singer's next re-recording is coming sooner than later.

Treacherous – Tampa, Florida – April 13

Song No. 2 came by way of Red (Taylor's Version) as the singer introduced the song "Treacherous." Swift mused about how the tune is one of her favorite songs, and she also mentioned that she didn't think she'd played it on a piano before. Well, she sounded fabulous, and everyone absolutely loved hearing the stripped-down version of the track.

The Great War – Tampa, Florida – April 14

The second guest has entered the chat. For her surprise set, Taylor Swift brought out her Midnights 3 a.m. Edition collaborator Aaron Dessner. The member of The National came out to accompany the pop star during her performance of "The Great War," and the crowd loved it.

You're On Your Own Kid – Tampa, Florida – April 14

In a first for the Eras Tour, Swift decided to play two songs off the same album for her surprise set. She also decided to change the rules, saying that if the song is off Midnights , she can play it however many times she pleases. This version of "You're On Your Own Kid," was not only emotional and heartfelt, it also changed the rules of the acoustic set.

Mad Woman – Tampa, Florida – April 15

For the second night in a row, Swift brought out Aaron Dessner, who has collaborated with her on many albums. This time, the duo sat at the piano together and played "Mad Woman," a deep cut off folklore .

Mean – Tampa, Florida – April 15

The big, and very exciting, surprise of the night, was Swift singing "Mean," one of the massive hits off Speak Now . She commented that she wanted to play a song that everyone would be able to scream along to, and the crowd did exactly that as the popstar continued to hardcore tease the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version). 

Wonderland – Houston, Texas – April 21

Taylor Swift started off Houston's secret songs with a deep cut from 1989 . She mentioned that it was a song she hadn't played often live, and then said the song was based on a "twisted Alice in Wonderland ." Then she strummed the first notes of "Wonderland," and the crowd lost it.

You're Not Sorry – Houston, Texas – April 21

Swift added another song from Fearless (Taylor's Version) to the list of secret tunes she's played at the Eras Tour. As she took to the piano, she explained how much she's been loving the secret songs, touched on her re-recorded albums, and said she "re-fell in love" with "You're Not Sorry" while remaking Fearless .

A Place In This World – Houston, Texas – April 22

The song might be from Taylor Swift , her first album, however during her surprise set, the singer admitted that she relates to "A Place In This World," more now than she did all those years ago, saying:

I wrote it when I was 13, but I think I relate to it more now, 20 years later.

She also explained that she very rarely plays the song live, so the crowd was really in for a special performance with this song.

Today Was A Fairytale – Houston, Texas – April 22

Following "A Place In This World," the singer ended her set with another throwback. Pulling a song off Fearless (Taylor's Version), Swift referenced one of her movies by playing "Today Was A Fairytale" off the Valentine's Day soundtrack and it was such a sweet moment.

Begin Again – Houston, Texas – April 23

On her final night in Houston, Swift started her surprise set with "Begin Again," off of Red (Taylor's Version) . While fans are excited and loud with every song she plays, the screaming in this video was particularly loud, showing the love for this deep cut.

Cold As You – Houston, Texas – April 23

Swift ended her time in Texas with a bold claim and a performance of another track off Debut. While figuring out the key to the song, the singer explained that "Cold As You" was her best song on the album, saying "no shade to the other songs."

The Other Side Of The Door – Atlanta, Georgia – April 28

Taylor Swift's Atlanta surprise songs began with her signing a deep cut from Fearless (Taylor's Version) . While playing "The Other Side of the Door" Swift got excited by how loud the crowd was singing, and noted how happy it makes her when they know the lyrics to some of her deep cuts.

Coney Island – Atlanta, Georgia – April 28

In honor of The Nationals' new album, and their song "The Alcott," which Swift is featured on, she decided to play "Coney Island" off evermore as her second surprise song of the night. While the band who is featured on Swift's track wasn't a special guest that night, it was a nice nod to her longtime collaborators.

High Infidelity – Atlanta, Georgia – April 29

Do you really want to know where Taylor Swift was on April 29? She was in Atlanta Georgia, playing her song that mentions the specific date in the fourth month of the year. "High Infidelity" was maybe the only predictable song of the surprise songs, however, it was still oh so exciting to see Swift sing the Midnights' song on the date it mentions.

Gorgeous – Atlanta, Georgia – April 29

Up to this point, Taylor Swift hadn't played a song off Reputation during the surprise set. She noted those online who are keeping track of all the tunes played, and said she realized she hadn't given some love to her most "metal" album, as she called it. So, she took to the piano and played a lovely rendition of "Gorgeous." 

I Bet You Think About Me – Atlanta, Georgia – April 30

"I Bet You Think About Me" was the first Vault track Swift played as a surprise song. Even though Chris Stapleton wasn't there to accompany her, she played her heart out on the guitar, and fans loved hearing the new Red track for the first time live.

How You Get The Girl – Atlanta, Georgia – April 30

Ending her surprise songs for Atlanta, Swift played a deep cut off 1989 . She took to the piano and played a stripped-down version of "How You Get The Girl," and you could tell she was so excited about the crowd screaming the lyrics with her.

Sparks Fly – Nashville, Tennessee – May 5

Oh, Swifties, we were in for an "Enchanted" night in Nashville! Ever since Taylor Swift dropped the "Bejeweled" video , fans quickly picked up on all the Speak Now- related Easter eggs, starting the speculation that the singer's third album would be her next re-release. Well, the news officially broke at night one in Swift's hometown, as she announced the album would be coming out on July 7. Then she topped it off with a performance of "Sparks Fly."

To celebrate the news, jessica.taylor13 posted the announcement and the beginning of "Sparks Fly" on TikTok, and let's just say we were all ready to "Drop Everything Now."

Teardrops on My Guitar – Nashville, Tennessee – May 5

To top off this extra exciting surprise set, Swift decided to play one of the big hits off her debut album by choosing "Teardrops on My Guitar" as her piano tune. She noted that her career began in Nashville, and she'd write songs between going to school and doing her homework. So, in honor of this special city, she played the beloved song on the piano.

Out Of The Woods – Nashville, Tennessee – May 6

Taylor Swift threw it back to 1989 on Night 2 as she sang "Out of the Wood" on guitar. She noted the repetitive nature of the song's chorus, and that's when fans really realized the song they were getting.

Fifteen – Nashville, Tennessee – May 6

The second song of Night 2 was a tearjerker, as Taylor Swift honored her bestie Abigail by singing a classic from Fearless . It's assumed that she chose to sing this song in Nashville because her red-headed friend was in the crowd, as you can see in this cute TikTok :

Would've, Could've, Should've – Nashville, Tennessee – May 7

It rained and poured, and there was a massive weather delay, but Taylor Swift put on an extra epic show for Night 3 in Nashville because of it. This included the surprise songs, as the singer brought Aaron Dessner out, again, to sing "Would've, Could've, Should've," because the crowd had "earned it."

Mine – Nashville, Tennessee – May 7

Capping off quite the weekend in Nashville, Taylor Swift played one last song off Speak Now . In the pouring rain, the singer and the Swifties celebrated Speak Now (Taylor's Version) again as she played "Mine" on the piano.

Gold Rush – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 12

There's been a debate about the song "gold rush," off evermore for a while now, especially for those who care about the Philadelphia Eagles. Taylor Swift put the discourse to rest by confirming she was talking about the NFL team , and the crowd went wild as she strummed the first chord to "gold rush."

Come Back...Be Here – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 12

Per the request of her opener and super famous musician Phoebe Bridgers, Taylor Swift played a track off Red (Taylor's Version).  She sat down on the piano, noting that she takes requests, and then proceeded to play "Come Back...Be Here." 

Forever & Always – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 13

"Once upon a time, I believe it was a [Saturday]" when Taylor Swift played "Forever & Always" as one of her surprise songs. Per Lena Dunham's request, the singer played the Fearless tune on the guitar, marking the first of three songs she'd play off her first re-recorded album in Philly.

This Love – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 13

To go with "Forever & Always," Swift decided to play "This Love" from 1989 on piano. Swifties loved the emotional rendition of the song, and it was such an interesting pair with the song off Fearless .

Hey Stephen – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 14

Kicking off the night three surprise songs, Swift played a tune off Fearless that she said quite a few people had requested. So, she started to hum along, and then the stadium started to scream along to the catchy song "Hey Stephen."

The Best Day – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 14

Ending off the surprise songs, though it wasn't much of a surprise, was "The Best Day." Since it was Mother's Day, and the Fearless track was written for her mom Andrea Swift, many knew the pop star would play this song. And she did it beautifully. Taylor Swift noted she'd have to try and get through it without crying, and went on to play an emotional and adorable tribute to her mother.

Should've Said No – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 19

Kicking off the Massachusetts shows at Gillette Stadium (which is a very special place for Taylor Swift) she played "Should've Said No" off her debut album. She introduced the song by noting that when she performed it on her first tour she'd thrash her head around, and really jam out to it, and that's exactly what she did on this night too.

Better Man – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 19

The second song of the night, while on Red (Taylor's Version) as a vault track, is actually a tune that she wrote and Little Big Town sang at first. She explained that "Better Man" "narrowly, narrowly didn't make the cut," on Red (the first time) so she sent it to the country group. She noted how important it was for her to be recognized as a songwriter, and she gushed over her love for Little Big Town before performing a beautiful version of the hit country song.

Question...? – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 20

It rained and poured through the entire 3.5-hour show on Night 2, but that didn't stop Taylor Swift. To kick off her secret songs, she started with "Question...?" off of Midnights , noting that she's "never been this happy" in "all aspects" of her life. She also paused mid-song to note the rain, saying if she messes up she gets to play a song again, so I think we'll be hearing this one again.

Invisible – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 20

The second song during this massive rain show came off her debut. After literally wiping the water off her piano, Swift played "Invisible," in the pouring rain, and it was beautiful.

I Think He Knows – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 21

We finally got another song from Lover ! To start out the night, Swift noted that she'd never played "I Think He Knows" live before, and the fans absolutely loved it.

Red – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 21

While Swift almost always plays her second secret song on the piano, on this night, the piano was acting haunted, no pun intended. Taylor Swift tried to play the title song off Red (Taylor's Version) on piano, however, the keys kept playing themselves, making the singer and the crowd laugh. So, to fix the problem, she grabbed her guitar again, and she played "Red" for the crowd.

Getaway Car – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 26

For all of us Reputation girlies who weren't at Met Life night one, it was a big L. But, for everyone in the stadium right outside New York City, they were in for a real treat as Taylor Swift played "Getaway Car" on guitar. And she didn't just play the fan-favorite track, she brought out her longtime collaborator and Bleachers' lead singer Jack Antonoff to sing the song with her. Let's just say it was epic.

Maroon – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 26

As if the secret songs could get any better, Taylor Swift played "Maroon" off Midnights next. She noted that she'd never played the song live before, and that since it took place in New York, she figured this was the perfect place to debut the song live.

Holy Ground – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 27

To kick off Night 2, Taylor Swift noted that she was "pretty proud" of her guitar choice. Keeping with the New York theme, she decided to play "Holy Ground" off Red , and that paired with the song she played next was perfect.

False God – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 27

With no intro to song two, Swift went right into singing "False God" off Lover . Considering the religious words mentioned in both songs' titles, plus the nature of both tunes, this felt like a perfect pairing.

Welcome To New York – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 28

While many fans thought this would be played as a surprise song on Night 1, Swift shocked us all by playing "Welcome To New York" to close out her shows right outside of New York City.

Clean – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 28

The final song of the East Rutherford shows was a historic one because it was the first time she repeated a surprise song. Swift played "Clean" for the second time on tour, noting that she thought she could have played it in a higher key last time, so it counted as a mess up.

This also marked the second time she'd played two songs off the same album for this set, with the only other time being in Tampa, when she did two tunes off Midnights . Overall, it was a big moment for the Eras Tour, and also kind of supplemented the theory fans have about the "Karma" video, and 1989 (Taylor's Version) being next.

I Wish You Would – Chicago, Illinois – June 2

Homegirl is running through her 1989 songs. For the third surprise song in a row, Taylor Swift played a tune off her fifth album by acoustically performing "I Wish You Would." One of the most adorable parts of this performance came when the pop star adorably commented about the crowd knowing the lyrics to the fun song.

The Lakes – Chicago, Illinois – June 2

Swift explained that she played "the lakes" off folklore in Chicago because they're right next to The Great Lakes. While that totally tracks and is likely the only reason, I personally hope she somehow found out that the folklore song was a final Jeopardy question earlier this week, and that played a small role in her choice for Night 1. But, no matter what it was a lovely performance.

You All Over Me – Chicago, Illinois – June 3

Pulling a track from The Vault of Fearless (Taylor's Version), Taylor Swift did a very exciting thing and brought out Maren Morris to sing "You All Over Me" with her. Swift has only brought out a few guests during her shows, so seeing the country singer on the big stage was very exciting.

I Don't Wanna Live Forever – Chicago, Illinois – June 3

Night 2 was all about the collaborations! While Zayn wasn't a special guest, Taylor Swift gave a heart-wrenching performance of their song "I Don't Wanna Live Forever." This was the first time the pop star performed a song that isn't on one of her albums because it was featured on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack. Overall, it was a very exciting and emotional moment.

Hits Different – Chicago, Illinois – June 4

After making some comments about how committed the Swifties are during her shows, Taylor Swift jumped right into a song that's "pretty new." The song "Hits Different" was a bonus track on Midnights for the physical version of the album, but now with the release of (The Til Dawn Edition) the tune is available to everyone. So, folks were extra excited to hear the singer's newest song for the first time live in Chicago.

The Moment I Knew – Chicago, Illinois – June 4

Then, with no intro, Swift walked over to her piano to play "The Moment I Knew" off Red (Taylor's Version). Overall, Chicago got lots of fun songs and some really deep cuts, making for a stellar surprise song set.

Haunted – Detroit, Michigan – June 9

I think there were a lot of Swifties who were left "Haunted" over the fact that Taylor Swift played "Haunted" as her surprise song to open Detroit and they weren't there. Before she started playing the fan fave, the singer noted that Speak Now (Taylor's Version) comes out next month and then dove right into this epic tune.

I Almost Do – Detroit, Michigan – June 9

Keeping the re-record theme alive, Swift then played a track off Red (Taylor's Version) . After adjusting her mic, and with no intro, she jumped right into a pretty piano rendition of "I Almost Do."

All You Had To Do Was Stay – Detroit, Michigan – June 10

By reenacting the high-pitched "Stay!" sung in "All You Had To Do Was Stay," Taylor Swift introduced the 1989 track in a fun way before playing it on her guitar. This means that over the course of two weeks, the singer has performed five songs off her fifth album, contributing to my growing theory that 1989 (Taylor's Version) might be released soon.

Breathe – Detroit, Michigan – June 10

The other trend of the last few weeks has been Swift's tendency to play her really sad songs. Adding to this, after playing "All You Had To Do Was Stay," she walked over to her piano and started to play "Breathe" off of Fearless (Taylor's Version). 

Mr. Perfectly Fine – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 16

Starting Pittsburgh off with a bang, and keeping the streak of break-up songs alive, Taylor Swift played "Mr. Perfectly Fine" to open up the surprise songs. Noting that she didn't remember why the song didn't make Fearless the first time, she spoke about her vault tracks a bit before jumping right into this bubbly break-up tune.

The Last Time – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 16

Keeping with the break up theme, Swift's second song of the night came off of Red (Taylor's Version). With no introduction, she jumped right into playing "The Last Time" on piano.

Seven – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 17

For the fourth time on this tour, Taylor Swift brought Aaron Dessner on stage to perform a surprise song with her. Appropriately, since it was June 17 and she was in Pennsylvania, the pair sat at the piano and played "seven" off folklore.

The Story Of Us – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 17

Following "seven," Swift grabbed her guitar and started strumming a true banger: "The Story of Us." Like me, this was a surprise song of dreams for many, and the Swifties were so excited to hear the Speak Now song live, especially since Taylor's Version comes out on July 7.

Paper Rings – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 23

Our streak of heartbreak ended in Minneapolis, as Taylor Swift opened her weekend of surprise songs with "Paper Rings" off of Lover . Following the announcement that "Cruel Summer" would be her next single, this bubbly song felt like the perfect pick for this show.

If This Was A Movie – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 23

Following that, and with no introduction, Swift jumped right into "If This Was A Movie," which was originally on Speak Now but now lives on Fearless (Taylor's Version). Without a word, she simply played this tune on the piano, and the crowd loved it.

Dear John – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 24

Before jumping into a fan favorite, Taylor Swift took a moment to sort of defend John Mayer as she asked fans to not bully her exes online. As she got ready to perform "Dear John," she made a point to say:

I’m 33 years old. I don’t care about anything that happened to me when I was 19 except the songs I wrote and the memories we made together. So what I’m trying to tell you is that I’m not putting this album out so that you can go and feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I might have written a song about.

So, Swifties, when Speak Now (Taylor's Version) comes out, Taylor Swift has made it clear she wants no online bullying.

Following this PSA she then jumped into a gorgeous version of "Dear John:"

Daylight – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 24

Taylor Swift started and ended her time in Minneapolis with a tune from Lover . After playing "Dear John," she walked right over to her piano and played "Daylight."

I'm Only Me When I'm With You – Cincinnati, Ohio – June 30

Taylor Swift started out with the throwback of all throwbacks by playing a song she wrote when she was 13. Noting that this was from her "middle school era," the singer went on to play "I'm Only Me When I'm With You," and the audience happily jumped along with her.

Evermore – Cincinnati, Ohio – June 30

Jumping to one of her more recent eras, Taylor Swift went on to play "evermore" on the piano. This gorgeous rendition of the title track of the singer's ninth album means she's officially played all her songs that albums are named after live.

Ivy – Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1

Cincinnati Night 2 was a truly special evening when it came to surprise songs. It started with Swift and Aaron Dessner (who has now appeared at five shows) playing "ivy" off of evermore .

I Miss You, I'm Sorry – Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1

The second song is what made this a truly historic night on the Eras Tour.

Since there was a weather issue, Swift started her show an hour early, and Gracie Abrams wasn't able to do her normal opening set. So, in a truly unprecedented event, Taylor Swift brought her opener out on stage to play Abrams' song "I Miss You, I'm Sorry," marking the first time Swift played a song that wasn't her's on tour.

Call It What You Want – Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1

To finish off a truly special night of surprise songs, Swift ended with a song off Reputation . With no intro, she played "Call It What You Want," marking the third time she's played a song off this album during her acoustic set.

Never Grow Up – Kansas City, Missouri – July 7

Following Taylor Swift releasing Speak Now (Taylor's Version) , adding "Long Live" to her set list, and premiering the "I Can See You" music video, which featured Taylor Lautner and Joey King, she kept the Speak Now hype alive by playing "Never Grow Up." 

When Emma Falls In Love – Kansas City, Missouri – July 7

Keeping the Speak Now enthusiasm going, Swift went on to play one of the brand-new songs from the vault. Noting that it's inspired by one of her best friends, she jumped right into "When Emma Falls In Love," which people think is about Emma Stone.

Last Kiss – Kansas City, Missouri – July 8

After Speak Now's epic release show, Swift followed it up by playing a fan-favorite off the album for Night 2, "Last Kiss." Good news is, she kind of messed up while playing  it, so that means we'll get to hear it again.

Dorethea – Kansas City, Missouri – July 8

Following "Last Kiss," Swift ended her shows in Kansas City by playing "dorethea," which is a very sweet song off evermore. 

Picture To Burn – Denver, Colorado – July 14

So, I was at this show specifically, and the crowd and I lost our collective minds when Taylor Swift decided to play the certified banger "Picture to Burn." She noted that she has been loving exploring all her eras, and it felt really special that we got a song from her debut album.

Timeless – Denver, Colorado – July 14

After playing one of her oldest songs in her discography, Swift went on to perform one of her newest by playing "Timeless" from Speak Now's vault next.

Starlight – Denver, Colorado – July 15

Opening up Night 2 in Colorado, Swift played one of the sweetest songs off of Red by performing "Starlight" on guitar.

Back To December – Denver, Colorado – July 15

Then, the moment many of us have been waiting for, Taylor Swift finally played "Back to December" as a surprise song. Understandably, the crowd lost it when they figured out she was playing this fan-favorite.

This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things – Seattle, Washington – July 22

Seattle was kicked off with a song from Reputation ! Swift mentioned that she'd never played this song acoustically before, and boy was it a treat to hear "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" on the guitar. It was such a fun performance, and the crowd loved it!

Everything Has Changed – Seattle, Washington – July 22

Even though Ed Sheeran wasn't there, Taylor Swift's rendition of "Everything Has Changed" was still magical. Hearing her play the tune stripped down on piano was beautiful, and it kicked off the duo of Red (Taylor's Version) tracks that Seattle got.

Message In A Bottle – Seattle, Washington – July 23

Keeping the Red love alive, Taylor Swift kicked off Night 2 with "Message In A Bottle." What was extra exciting about this performance was it was the first time she played the song live since recording it for the album's vault.

Tied Together With A Smile – Seattle, Washington – July 23

To round out the surprise songs in Seattle, Swift ended with a track off her debut album, "Tied Together With A Smile."

Right Where You Left Me – Santa Clara, California – July 28

Calling it one of the "wordiest" songs she's ever written, Taylor Swift embarked on a journey to play a fan-favorite deep cut from evermore , " right where you left me ." After bringing Aaron Dessner on stage to accompany her, she noted that she'd been rehearsing the track for "weeks," and she hadn't been able to do it right once. However, she sounded amazing as she played it on stage:

Castles Crumbling – Santa Clara, California – July 28

The audience was in for a real surprise with the second song, as she played " Castles Crumbling ," from the Speak Now (Taylor's Version) vault . This was shocking because she played it solo even though Hayley Williams is featured on it, and Paramore has been and will be one of Swift's openers later on tour. I'd bet when Paramore is opening for Swift in Europe, this song will be making a comeback.

Stay Stay Stay – Santa Clara, California – July 29

Taylor Swift played one of her most adorable songs to open the set during night two as she played "Stay Stay Stay" off of Red (Taylor's Version) .

All Of The Girls You Loved Before – Santa Clara, California – July 29

Song two of night two was also a shock as Swift played a Lover song that was released right at the beginning of the Eras Tour. She took to her piano and played a moving version of " All Of The Girls You Loved Before ."

I Can See You – Los Angeles, California – August 3

While the "I Can See You" music video premiered in Kansas City, Swift played the Speak Now (Taylor's Version) vault track for the first time live during her first of six shows in Los Angeles.

Maroon – Los Angeles, California – August 3

For the second time on tour, Taylor Swift repeated a surprise song. After playing "I Can See You" for the first time ever, she went on to play "Maroon" from Midnights for the second time live.

Our Song – Los Angeles, California – August 4

This was unprecedented people! Taylor Swift played "Our Song" for a second time on the Eras Tour. However, the catch is, she didn't mess it up the first time.

You Are In Love – Los Angeles, California – August 4

Taylor Swift played a beautiful rendition of "You Are In Love" as her second song, which means there are only two songs from 1989 left for her to play as surprise songs.

Death by a Thousand Cuts – Los Angeles, California – August 5

For the second time on tour, Taylor Swift played "Death by a Thousand Cuts" off of Lover. However, this wasn't the only song she played twice on this night in LA.

You're On Your Own Kid – Los Angeles, California – August 5

Keeping the repeat trend alive, Swift went on to play " You're On Your Own Kid " from Midnights again.

Dress – Los Angeles, California – August 7

Night Four in Los Angeles was special because Swift played " Dress " off Reputation . She also noted that she "missed" playing it live, and I think we all did too.

Exile – Los Angeles, California – August 7

While it was a bummer that Bon Iver didn't show up as a special guest to perform " exile " with Swift, the performance was beautiful, and the audience made it super special. As you can see in the TikTok below, they didn't just sing along, they also supported the pop star by signing the duet part during the bridge:

I Know Places – Los Angeles, California – August 8

We're getting very close to the end of the first US leg of this tour, and very close to Taylor Swift playing every song from 1989 . Following this performance of " I Know Places, " all that's left is "New Romantics."

King Of My Heart – Los Angeles, California – August 8

After the 1989 track, Swift ended this surprise set with another Reputation song, and performed a wonderful rendition of " King Of My Heart ."

New Romantics – Los Angeles, California – August 9

August 9, 8/9, was a special day Swifties! On her final show in Los Angeles, Taylor Swift announced 1989 (Taylor's Version), and then proceeded to play "New Romantics." Not only is this album announcement so exciting, it was also done on the night she played her final song off her fifth album, which is super special!

New Year's Day – Los Angeles, California – August 9

To close out this momentous tour, and an incredible last show, Taylor Swift played " New Year's Day " off of Reputation . "There was glitter on the floor after the party," and it was the perfect way to end the iconic leg that has been the US leg of the Eras Tour.

I Forgot That You Existed – Mexico City, Mexico – August 24

Welcome to the international leg of the Eras Tour! Taylor Swift kicked off her shows in South America by playing the bop "I Forgot That You Existed" from Lover .

Sweet Nothing – Mexico City, Mexico – August 24

Switching gears entirely, Swift decided to play a song off of Midnights on the piano. She performed a gorgeous rendition of "Sweet Nothing," and I'm not crying, you are.

Tell Me Why – Mexico City, Mexico – August 25

During the Eras shows in Mexico, Swift exclusively played songs from Midnights and Lover . However, she made one exception to play "Tell Me Why" from Fearless (Taylor's Version) during Night 2.

Snow On The Beach – Mexico City, Mexico – August 25

For the second time, Swift played "Snow on the Beach" from Midnights .

Cornelia Street – Mexico City, Mexico – August 26

I was genuinely shocked when Swift decided to play "Cornelia Street" off of Lover . In hindsight this song is truly tragic, however, the pop star delivered a beautiful performance of the beloved song.

You're On Your Own Kid – Mexico City, Mexico – August 26

In a lethal pairing, Swift put the Lover track with "You're On Your Own Kid" from Midnights . This also marked the first time she's played a surprise song thrice on tour.

Afterglow – Mexico City, Mexico – August 27

Keeping the Lover and Midnights trend going, Swift played "Afterglow" for the first time ever live to kick off the surprise songs on Night 4.

Maroon – Mexico City, Mexico – August 27

Her second song on Night 4 marked the third time "Maroon" from Midnights was played as a surprise song.

The Very First Night – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 9

Starting off with an unplayed song from Red (Taylor's Version) , Swift kicked off her first show in two months with "The Very First Night."

Labyrinth – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 9

Keeping the trend of playing totally unplayed songs alive, Swift played the whistful track "Labyrinth" from Midnights .

Is It Over Now?/Out Of The Woods – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 11

In an unprecedented event, Taylor Swift mashed up two songs for the surprise number. After people pointed out the 1989 vault track "Is It Over Now?" kind of sounded like "Out of the Woods," the singer decided to put the two together and prove the fans right.

Endgame – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 11

Keeping things spicy for Night 2, Taylor Swift played " Endgame " from Reputation next. And I say this because, her boyfriend Travis Kelce was in the audience at this show, and many fans love the fact that this track seemingly relates to their relationship so well.

Better Than Revenge – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 12

On night three of the Buenos Aires shows, Taylor Swift opened the surprise song set by playing " Better Than Revenge " from Speak Now (Taylor's Version) on guitar.

"Slut!" – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 12

Then, to round out her performances in Argentina, Swift played "Slut!" from 1989 (Taylor's Version). 

"Stay Beautiful" – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 17

Kicking off her surprise songs in Rio, Taylor Swift appropriately started with a track from her debut album, and it was "Stay Beautiful."

"Suburban Legends" – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 17

Following that up, Swift played one of her newest songs: "Suburban Legends" from 1989's vault.

"Dancing With Our Hands Tied" – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 19

After Taylor Swift postponed her second Rio show due to an extreme heat wave, she came back on November 19, and started her surprise set with Reputations' "Dancing With Our Hands Tied."

"Bigger Than The Whole Sky" – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 19

At the concert on November 17, a fan died right before it began. Swift seemed to honor her by singing "Bigger Than The Whole Sky" from Midnights during her second Rio show.

"ME!" – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 20

Rounding out the surprise set on night three, Swift played Lover's single "ME!"

"So It Goes" – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 20

The final song from Rio was also the second Reputation song played in Brazil. For her last number, Swift played "So It Goes." 

"Now That We Don't Talk" – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 24

Keeping the trend of playing 1989 Vault songs alive, Swift's first surprise song in Sao Paulo was " Now That We Don't Talk. "

"Innocent" – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 24

Following up "Now That We Don't Talk," Swift played "Innocent" from Speak Now (Taylor's Version). 

"Safe and Sound" – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 25

Fittingly, one week after the release of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes , Taylor Swift performed her song from the OG Hunger Games film, "Safe and Sound."

"Untouchable" – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 25

Then, Swift played a cover from Fearless (Taylor's Version) next, making for a super unique pairing. "Safe and Sound" was followed by "Untouchable."

"Say Don't Go" – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 26

By playing "Say Don't Go" during her final show of 2023, Taylor Swift officially played every single song off 1989 (Taylor's Version) during the first year of her tour.

"It's Time To Go" – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 26

Rounding out the surprise songs of 2023, Taylor Swift fittingly played "It's Time To Go" from Evermore .

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It seems like Swift prepares one newer song, and another old-ish one for each performance. Some nights she’ll do a tune from folklore and compliment it with a song from her debut Taylor Swift. On other days she’ll take a song from evermore and pair it with a number from Fearless (Taylor’s Version) .

As The Eras Tour travels around the world, and Taylor Swift continues to release more projects – Reputation (Taylor’s Version) I’m looking at you, I saw the not-so-hidden Easter eggs in the “Karma” video – we’ll be sure to keep you updated on all the surprise songs the singer plays during her epic set.

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All Of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Surprise Songs

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From announcing her tenth album Midnights during an acceptance speech to breaking ticket-selling records to gearing up for her feature film directorial debut , Taylor Swift continues to surprise us. And that includes her Eras Tour , which kicked off in Glendale, Arizona on March 17.

At one of her Texas shows, she surprised the audience by swapping a song on the setlist for something she had never performed live. " You think you can just go online, you think you can just scroll and know the setlist, you think you can just come prepared," she said onstage . "Let it be said about the Eras Tour: we're tricksy."

In addition to her self-proclaimed "setlist hi-jinx," every night of the tour will see two surprise songs . That is, until Taylor started doing mash-ups, which means the surprise song segment can have as many songs as she wants! She did something totally new in Sydney, Australia and played mash-ups every single night.

All in all, even if your favorite song didn't make the original setlist, you might still get to hear it (even if you're streaming the concert on TikTok ). While we wait for The Tortured Poets Department — and maybe Reputation (Taylor's Version) — here's everything she's played on the tour.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Surprise Songs For 2024

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

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Surprise Songs For 2023

Taylor Swift Eras Tour ticket with rainbow star confetti.

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  • Glendale, AZ on March 17: "mirrorball" and "Tim McGraw"
  • Glendale, AZ on March 18: "State of Grace" and "this is me trying"
  • Las Vegas, NV on March 24: "Our Song" and "Snow on the Beach"
  • Las Vegas, NV on March 25: "cowboy like me" with Marcus Mumford and "White Horse"
  • Arlington, TX on March 31: "Sad Beautiful Tragic" and "Ours"
  • Arlington, TX on April 1: "Death By A Thousand Cuts" and "Clean"
  • Arlington, TX on April 2: "Jump Then Fall" and "The Lucky One"
  • Tampa, FL on April 13: "Speak Now" and "Treacherous"
  • Tampa, FL on April 14: "The Great War" with Aaron Dessner and "You're On Your Own, Kid"
  • Tampa, FL on April 15: "mad woman" with Aaron Dessner and "Mean"
  • Houston, TX on April 21: "Wonderland" and "You're Not Sorry"
  • Houston, TX on April 22: "A Place In This World" and "Today Was A Fairytale"
  • Houston, TX on April 23: "Begin Again" and "Cold As You"
  • Atlanta, GA on April 28: "The Other Side Of The Door" and "Coney Island"
  • Atlanta, GA on April 29: "High Infidelity" and "Gorgeous"
  • Atlanta, GA on April 30: "I Bet You Think About Me" and "How You Get The Girl"
  • Nashville, TN on May 5: "Sparks Fly" and "Teardrops On My Guitar"
  • Nashville, TN on May 6: "Out of the Woods" and "Fifteen"
  • Nashville, TN on May 7: "Would've Could've Should've" with Aaron Dessner and "Mine"
  • Philadelphia, PA on May 12: "gold rush" and 'Come Back... Be Here'
  • Philadelphia, PA on May 13: "Forever & Always" and "This Love"
  • Philadelphia, PA on May 14: "Hey Stephen" and "The Best Day"
  • Foxborough, MA on May 19: "Should've Said No" and "Better Man"
  • Foxborough, MA on May 20: "Question...?" and "Invisible"
  • Foxborough, MA on May 21: "I Think He Knows" and "Red"
  • East Rutherford, NJ on May 26: "Getaway Car" with Jack Antanoff and "Maroon"
  • East Rutherford, NJ on May 27: "Holy Ground" and "False God"
  • East Rutherford, NJ on May 28: "Clean" and "Welcome to New York"
  • Chicago, IL on June 2: "I Wish You Would" and "the lakes"
  • Chicago, IL on June 3: "You All Over Me" with Maren Morris and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • Chicago, IL on June 4: "Hits Different" and "The Moment I Knew"
  • Detroit, MI on June 9: “Haunted” and “I Almost Do”
  • Detroit, MI on June 10: “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Breathe”
  • Pittsburgh, PA on June 16: “Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time”
  • Pittsburgh, PA on June 17: “Seven” with Aaron Dessner and “The Story of Us”
  • Minneapolis, MN on June 23: “Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie”
  • Minneapolis, MN on June 24: “Dear John” and “Daylight”
  • Cincinnati, OH on June 30: “I’m Only Me When I’m With You” and “Evermore”
  • Cincinnati, OH on July 1: “Ivy” with Aaron Dessner, “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” with Gracie Abrams, and “Call It What You Want”
  • Kansas City, MO on July 7: “Never Grow Up” and “When Emma Falls in Love”
  • Kansas City, MO on July 8: “Last Kiss” and “Dorothea”
  • Denver, CO on July 14: “Picture to Burn” and “Timeless”
  • Denver, CO on July 15: “Starlight” and “Back to December”

Image via Haley Sprankle/Brit + Co

  • Seattle, WA on July 22: “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” and “Everything Has Changed”
  • Seattle, WA on July 23: “Message in a Bottle” and “Tied Together With a Smile”
  • Santa Clara, CA on July 28: “Right Where You Left Me” and “Castles Crumbling”
  • Santa Clara, CA on July 29: “Stay Stay Stay” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before”
  • Los Angeles, CA on Aug. 3: "I Can See You" and "Maroon"
  • Los Angeles, CA on Aug. 4: "Our Song" and "You Are In Love"
  • Los Angeles, CA on Aug. 5: "Death by a Thousand Cuts" and "You're On Your Own, Kid"
  • Los Angeles, CA on Aug. 7: "Dress" and "Exile"
  • Los Angeles, CA on Aug. 8: "I Know Places" and "King Of My Heart"
  • Los Angeles, CA on Aug. 9: "New Romantics" and "New Year's Day"
  • Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 24: "I Forgot That You Existed" and "Sweet Nothing"
  • Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 25: "Tell Me Why" and "Snow On The Beach"
  • Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 26: "Cornelia Street" and "You're On Your Own, Kid"
  • Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 27: "Afterglow" and "Maroon"
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina on Nov. 9: "The Very First Night" and "Labyrinth"
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina on Nov. 11: "Is It Over Now?" & "Out Of The Woods" mash-up and "End Game"
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina on Nov. 12: "Better Than Revenge" and “Slut!”
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Nov. 17: "Stay Beautiful" and "Suburban Legends"
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Nov. 19: "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" and "Bigger Than The Whole Sky"
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Nov. 20: "Me!" and "So It Goes..."

Does anyone sing Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs with her?

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Taylor Swift will occasionally bring out her opener to sing the surprise songs with her, like she did with Sabrina Carpenter in Sydney, Australia! After crazy weather preventer Sabrina from performing her set at the beginning of the concert, Taylor brought her out for a medley of "White Horse" from Fearless (Taylor's Version) and "Coney Island" from Evermore .

How does Taylor Swift choose surprise songs?

It seems that Taylor Swift's surprise song choices are somewhat last minute and based on what she wants to play, but we're thinking that two of her songs from Houston are more than meets the eye — er, more than meets the ear?

Twitter users recently brought up Speak Now (Taylor's Version) when images of Taylor filming in Liverpool went viral. The other two people in the photos appear to be Joey King and Taylor Lautner, who both played a role in the original Speak Now : Joey King was featured in the "Mean" music video and Taylor Lautner is the subject of

And we're talking about Speak Now (Taylor's Version) again after the April 22 concert because of her surprise songs. After all, "A Place In This World" (which is featured in Joey King's Ramona and Beezus ) and "Today Was A Fairytale" (which is a part of Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner's Valentine's Day ) feels very intentional. Turns out, we were right because she brought Joey and Taylor onstage during the Speak Now (Taylor's Version) launch party to premiere the music video!

In addition to playing requests from her openers during the surprise song segment, Taylor seems to choose songs based on her celebrity attendees . The Summer I Turned Pretty 's Jenny Han and Lola Tung attended the May 27 show, where Taylor played "False God," which was featured in season one.

And during her last performance in LA, Taylor Swift chose "New Romantics" from 1989 and "New Year's Day" from reputation . This is very telling because for one, "New Romantics" was the only song from 1989 that she hadn't sung yet, and it came right after the 1989 (Taylor's Version) announcement! And based on this frame from the "Karma" music video, we might be getting reputation TV after 1989 TV . So "New Year's Day" was the perfect follow-up!

November 19 and 20, at the end of Taylor Swift's time in Rio de Janeiro, she played two songs from Reputation : "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" and "So It Goes..." (both of which are two of my all-time favorite Taylor songs and are very under-appreciated). This leaves "I Did Something Bad" as the final Reputation surprise song, and Swifties are convinced we'll get the announcement before the end of November. Fans also pointed out both "Me!" and "So It Goes..." feature a 1,2,3 countdown in the lyrics — and there are only three shows left before Taylor takes another break. It's the perfect time for an announcement if you ask me!

What surprise song would you like to hear during Taylor Swift's Eras Tour? Let us know in the comments and follow us on Facebook for the latest pop culture updates.

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The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

Taylor’s Latest Surprise Songs Have All Been Mashups

She’s basically doubling the number of surprise songs!

The Eras Tour is truly the gift that keeps on giving. Not only is Swift’s tour a hotbed for celebrities (hi, Travis Kelce ) and collecting friendship bracelets, but the setlist is packed with hits. At each show, the singer has shown love to her entire discography and some cult classics — or what she defines as “surprise songs.” No two Eras Tour shows are the same, as she changes up which two surprise tracks she’ll sing at each stop. Luckily, Swifties have shared tons of videos capturing these performances online.

During the tour’s opening night on Mar. 17, 2023 in Arizona, Swift told the crowd her setlist idea. “The plan, the goal, would be to play different songs every single night and never repeat one,” she said, adding these tracks would be performed during her acoustic set . With a lighthearted smile, she then gave a quick caveat. “Unless I mess it up so badly that I have to do it over again in another city.”

The whole year, Swift kept true to her promise and switched up the 36th and 37th songs with new surprise tracks. She occasionally repeated these performances due to minor hiccups, because ~Errors Tour.~ But these live renditions were iconic, nonetheless.

During her Nov. 26, 2023 show in São Paulo, Brazil, Swift made a major announcement about her surprise songs for 2024. “What I’ve decided is that in 2024, when we go back out on tour, I’m just going to open back up all the songs for surprise songs ,” Swift said. “I feel like for one year we’ve really gotten through a lot of songs. So I’m just going to make all the songs fair game.”

The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

Here are all the special one-night-only Eras Tour performances, including her newest addition of medleys, that fans will always remember.

The Glendale, AZ Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift kicked off the surprise song tradition with an acoustic performace of her Folklore track “Mirrorball .”

She then threw it all the way back to the beginning of her career with “Tim McGraw .”

Night two saw Swift delivering a performance of “This Is Me Trying .”

She followed that up with her Red ballad “State of Grace .”

The Las Vegas, NV Eras Tour Surprise Songs

In Vegas, Swift performed another nostalgic throwback, “ Our Song .”

Then she snapped back to the present with the debut live performance of her Midnights track “Snow on the Beach .”

Swift closed out her Vegas weekend by belting “White Horse” while playing the piano.

Then she performed “Cowboy Like Me” live for the first time, alongside special guest Marcus Mumford.

The Arlington, TX Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift kicked off her Texas shows by wowing the crowd with “ Sad Beautiful Tragic.”

She also performed a fan-favorite Speak Now throwback: “Ours .”

For her second night in Arlington, Swift performed “Death by a Thousand Cuts ,” dedicating it to her frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff.

She then dedicated “Clean ” to opening act Gracie Abrams.

However, this marked the first night of the tour where Swift admitted she’d be redoing her surprise songs at a later date. After messing up the bridge in “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” Swift told the crowd she would be redoing the song later in the tour. She also said she wanted to try “Clean” again in a higher key .

For her final night in Arlington, Swift performed “Jump Then Fall .”

She followed up with “ The Lucky One .”

The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

The Tampa, FL Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For her first show in Tampa, Swift performed the song many fans had been waiting for. After Swifties theorized the singer had been teasing a re-release of Speak Now , she sang the album’s title track on stage .

She also performed “Treacherous .”

Swift performed “ You’re on Your Own, Kid .”

She also had a surprise guest for this concert. She welcomed her collaborator Aaron Dessner to the stage to perform “The Great War ” with her.

Dessner performed with Swift again the next night. This time, the duo sang the folklore track “Mad Woman .”

Then, Swift busted out her Speak Now single “Mean .”

The Houston, TX Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For her first Houston show, Swift surprised the audience with “ Wonderland .”

And followed it up with “ You’re Not Sorry .”

During her second Houston show, Swift surprised the crowd with “ A Place in This World .”

She followed that up with “ Today Was a Fairytale .”

During her final Houston show, Swift performed “Begin Again ” from Red (Taylor’s Version) .

She then retired to her piano to sing “Cold As You ” from her 2009 debut album.

The Atlanta, GA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift threw it back to her Fearless eras for her first Atlanta show, playing “The Other Side of the Door. ”

She also got emotional with a performance of “Coney Island .”

Every Swiftie already knew what one of the surprise songs would be for the April 29 show. Swift did not disappoint, and performed “High Infidelity ,” which features the lyric, “Do you really want to know where I was April 29th?”

Swift also sang her first surprise song from Reputation , “Gorgeous .” However, Swift messed up the performance a bit, so she revealed she’d be doing “Gorgeous” again at a later date.

At her final Atlanta show, Swift performed “ I Bet You Think About Me .”

And she also played “ How You Get the Girl .”

The Nashville, TN Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift fans knew she would make her Nashville shows extra special, and she definitely did by announcing the re-release of Speak Now at her May 5 concert. The whole stadium celebrated the big announcement by singing “Sparks Fly .”

Swift also threw it back all the way to the start of her career by playing “Teardrops on My Guitar .”

With Swift’s best friend Abigail Anderson in the audience, the singer dedicated a special version of “Fifteen ” to her bestie.

She also sang “Out of the Woods .” However, because she messed up the bridge , Swift confirmed she would be performing this song again at another tour date.

For her last night in Nashville, Swift brought out Dessner once again to perform her Midnights bonus track “ Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve ” with her.

She also performed her Speak Now single “ Mine .”

The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

The Philadelphia, PA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For her first hometown show, Swift sang “Gold Rush .” The Evermore track includes a Philly shoutout with its lyrics about Swift’s Eagles T-shirt .

She also performed “Come Back... Be Here ,” which was requested by opener Phoebe Bridgers .

Swift performed her Fearless track “ Forever & Always .”

She then slowed things down with her 1989 ballad “ This Love .”

Swift closed out her hometown shows by playing “Hey Stephen .”

She also performed “The Best Day .”

The Foxborough, MA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For her first show in Massachusetts, Swift delivered an acoustic version of “Should’ve Said No .”

Then she traded the guitar for the piano to sing “Better Man .”

As rain poured down on her, Swift performed her Midnights bonus track “ Question...? ”

She followed that up with “ Invisible .”

To close out her Foxborough weekend, Swift surprised the crowd with “ I Think He Knows .”

Then she performed her hit single “ Red (Taylor’s Version) .”

The East Rutherford, NJ Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift kicked off her New Jersey shows by bringing her frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff on stage for a surprise “Getaway Car” duet .

Then she sat at her piano to sing “Maroon .”

Swift leaned into a bit of a religious theme for her second New Jersey show. First, she performed “Holy Ground .”

Then, she delivered a chilling rendition of “False God .”

Every NYC Swiftie who trekked over to East Rutherford was expecting the same surprise song all weekend, and Swift finally delivered it on the final night: “ Welcome to New York .”

Swift then performed her first repeat surprise song of the Eras Tour. She originally messed up her version of “Clean” a couple months earlier and promised to re-perform it, which she did in New Jersey.

The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

The East Chicago, IL Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift kicked off her Chicago shows by singing “I Wish You Would .”

Then she treated the crowd to her Folklore bonus track “ The Lakes .”

Swift made her second Chicago show extra special by bringing out Maren Morris for a live duet of “You All Over Me .”

She then gave an emotional performance of “ I Don’t Wanna Live Forever .”

To celebrate her announcement that the beloved Midnights bonus track “Hits Different” would finally be released on streaming , Swift performed it in her final Chicago show .

She followed it up with “ The Moment I Knew .”

The East Detroit, MI Eras Tour Surprise Songs

The first surprise song for Detroit was “ Haunted .”

That was followed by “ I Almost Do .”

Swift’s first surprise song of the night was “ All You Had To Do Was Stay .”

Then she traded her guitar for the piano to perform “Breathe .”

The Pittsburgh, PA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift kicked off her Pittsburgh shows by playing “Mr. Perfectly Fine .”

And she also surprised the audience with “ The Last Time .”

Swift welcomed Aaron Dessner back onto the stage for a surprise “Seven” duet .

Then she performed “ The Story of Us .”

The Minneapolis, MN Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For her Minneapolis shows, Swift started things off with “ Paper Rings .”

She kept the romantic vibes going with “ If This Was a Movie .”

Swift had a message for her fans before performing “Dear John .” She urged them to not “feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I might have written a song about 14 billion years ago.” Of course, this was likely referencing the increased hate John Mayer received online ahead of the release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) .

The vibes were much brighter after that, as Swift shifted into singing “Daylight .”

The Cincinnati, OH Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Her first surprise song for Cincinnati was “ I'm Only Me When I'm with You .”

She followed that up with the title track of her ninth studio album, “ Evermore .”

Swift once again welcomed her frequent collaborator Aaron Dessner to the stage to perform a fan-favorite cut, “ Ivy .”

She also sang “ Call It What You Want .”

And, in the biggest surprise of all for the Cincinnati crowd, Swift added a third surprise song for the first time in her Eras Tour. Because opener Gracie Abrams couldn’t perform her opening set due to weather conditions, Swift brought her on stage so she could perform her song “ I Miss You, I’m Sorry ” alongside her.

The Kansas City, MO Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Naturally, Swift went all in on Speak Now songs to celebrate the release date of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) on July 7. After inviting Taylor Lautner and Joey King to the stage to premiere the “I Can See You” video, Swift surprised the audience with " Never Grow Up ."

She then performed her newly released vault track " When Emma Falls in Love " live for the first time. Although the song was new, fans had already put together theories it may be about Emma Stone .

Since there was no July 9 tour date, Swift had to perform "Last Kiss " a day early.

She closed out her Kansas City weekend with a surprise performance of "Dorothea ."

The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

The Denver, CO Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift gave the Denver crowd a true classic by performing “Picture to Burn .”

She also gave a rare live performance of "Timeless ."

For her second night in Denver, Taylor performed "Starlight ."

Along with the big Speak Now ballad, " Back to December ."

The Seattle, WA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Swift kicked off her Seattle shows by taking it back to her Reputation era with " This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things ."

She also performed " Everything Has Changed ."

For her second night in Seattle, Swift sang "Message in a Bottle ."

As well as " Tied Together with a Smile ."

The Santa Clara, CA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Once again, Swift brought out Aaron Dessner. This time, they two sang " Right Where You Left Me ."

She also delivered the live debut of her Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) vault track " Castles Crumbling ."

For Night Two in Santa Clara, Swift surprised the crowd with " Stay Stay Stay ."

Followed by " All Of The Girls You Loved Before ."

The Los Angeles, CA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For the first show in the final city of the U.S. leg of her tour, Swift performed her newly released Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) vault track “ I Can See You .”

She also delivered her second Eras Tour performance of " Maroon ."

Another repeat — Swift dusted off "Our Song " for a second time after initially performing it at one of the tour’s first shows in Las Vegas.

She followed that up with " You Are in Love ."

For her third night in L.A., Swift sang her fan-favorite Lover track " Death by a Thousand Cuts ."

And had the whole crowd in their feelings during " You're on Your Own, Kid ."

The greatness continued on her fourth night in L.A. There, she performed “Dress” from Reputation . However, instead of incorporating the track’s original synths, she stripped it down to an acoustic version.

She continued the mellow vibes with her Folklore gem, “ Exile .”

Swift continued her Reputation streak on her fifth L.A. stop. She performed “King Of My Heart ” to an emotional crowd, who belted the lyrics as passionately as Swift did.

Afterward, she took a trip down 1989 with “I Know Places.” Similar to “Dress” from the night before, she swapped the original tune’s synth-y production for a guitar solo.

For Swifties, this was certainly the night *not* to miss. During her final night in the City of Angels, Swift announced her re-recording of 1989 would release on Oct. 27. She also performed some surprises.

To celebrate 1989 (Taylor’s Version) , she sang “New Romantics” from the 9-year-old album.

She then turned her attention back to Reputation and performed “New Year’s Day .”

The full list of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour surprise songs is massive.

The Mexico City, MX Eras Tour Surprise Songs

For her first international stop on the Eras Tour, Swift performed an acoustic version of “ I Forgot That You Existed .”

She also sat at her piano to perform a rendition of “Sweet Nothing .”

She gave the Mexico City crowd a serious throwback when she sang “Tell Me Why .”

Her second surprise song was “ Snow on the Beach .”

Swift made sure to give the fans what they wanted on her third night in Mexico City. She introduced her performance of “Cornelia Street ” by noting it was a song she’d been hearing a lot of requests for throughout her tour.

She then sang "You're on Your Own, Kid ," making it the first surprise song to get three performances on the Eras Tour.

The “You’re on Your Own, Kid” record didn’t last long, though. On her final night in Mexico City, Swift performed “Maroon” for the third time .

She also sang her Lover ballad “ Afterglow .”

The Buenos Aries, ARG Eras Tour Surprise Songs

After more than two months away from the Eras stage, Swift returned with her Red (Taylor’s Version) vault track “ The Very First Night .”

She also performed her Midnights song “ Labyrinth .”

These two song choices were incredibly interesting, given it was Swift’s first performance since she began dating her new boyfriend, Travis Kelce . Fans were quick to point out how both songs were about the romantic beginnings of a new relationship , with “The Very First Night” in particular having the lyric, “I was riding in the car when we both fell.” Swift and Kelce memorably drove off together after their first public appearance at one of Kelce’s games.

November 11

For the first time in the Eras Tour, Swift performed a special mashup for one of her surprise songs. She combined her newly released vault track “ Is It Over Now?” with “Out of the Woods .”

It was her second surprise song that really raised eyebrows. Swift sang her Reputation track “End Game ,” which carried extra meaning since her boyfriend Travis Kelce was in attendance . The song had become a top pick for Swifties when making romantic edits of Swift and Kelce, given the sports references in its lyrics and “big reputation” chant .

Taylor Swift sang "End Game" as a surprise song for Travis Kelce's Eras concert.

November 12

To close out her Buenos Aries dates, Swift surprised the crowd with “ Better Than Revenge .”

She then sang “Slut! ,” a vault track off her newly released 1989 (Taylor’s Version) .

The Rio De Janeiro, BRA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

November 17.

On her first night in Rio de Janeiro, Swift sang “Stay Beautiful” for the crowd.

She also treated them to the live debut of “Suburban Legends .”

November 19

After having to cancel her Saturday concert due to extreme temperatures, Swift returned to the stage on Sunday and surprised the audience with “ Dancing With Our Hands Tied .”

Then, she went to the piano to sing “ Bigger Than the Whole Sky .”

November 20

For her final night in Rio de Janeiro, Swift performed an acoustic version of her single “Me! ”

But the real conversation starter was Swift’s second surprise song. She took to the piano to sing “So It Goes... ,” which fans were quick to point out was one of the two Reputation tracks she had not yet performed on the tour. To drive the point home even more, Swift winked during the performance .

Swifties took the “So It Goes...” choice as an indication that she is about to announce Reputation (Taylor’s Version) , a project she’s been subtly teasing for a while now . The theory is that whenever Swift finally performs her last Rep song, “I Did Something Bad,” she’ll use that to announce when her re-release of the album will drop.

The São Paulo, BRA Eras Tour Surprise Songs

November 24.

For her first night in São Paulo, Swift performed her 1989 (Taylor’s Version) vault track “Now That We Don’t Talk” live for the first time .

She then took to her piano to sing “Innocent .”

November 25

She also gifted her Brazilian fans with a live performance of “Safe & Sound ,” the song she wrote for The Hunger Games .

Swift then performed “Untouchable .”

November 26

The third night of São Paulo was bittersweet for Swifties, many of whom were theorizing that Swift may use her final 2023 concert to announce Reputation (Taylor’s Version) . But ultimately, that long-awaited “I Did Something Bad” surprise song didn’t come. Instead, Swift live-debuted her recently released vault track “Say Don’t Go .”

Her final surprise song of the year was “ It’s Time to Go .”

Swift also gave the crowd a major update about her future surprise songs for 2024. She told the crowd that she would be repeating surprise songs for the next leg of her tour, making a completely blank slate to choose any song she wanted.

The Tokyo, JPN Eras Tour Surprise Songs

At long last, Swift’s Eras Tour returned in 2024 with her Tokyo shows. Fittingly, her first surprise song was “ Dear Reader, ” a nod to her recently announced 11th studio album The Tortured Poets Department .

Swift also performed “Holy Ground” for the Tokyo crowd.

Swift included a truly deep cut in her Feb. 8 show. She performed her Hunger Games single “Eyes Open” live for the first time ever .

She kept the niche love going by singing the vault track “Electric Touch” live for the first time.

For Night 3 in Tokyo, Swift sang “Superman” for her guitar section.

And after she sat down at the piano, Swift threw it all the way back to one of the first songs she’d ever written: “ The Outside .”

February 10

She closed out her Tokyo performances with the Fearless track “Come In With the Rain .”

And finally, the last song she played before jetting off to watch her boyfriend play in the Super Bowl was “ You’re On Your Own, Kid .” Swifties speculated that she chose this song as an ode to Travis Kelce , considering they met when Kelce tried to give her a friendship bracelet (an Eras staple inspired by a line in that song).

The Melbourne, AUS Eras Tour Surprise Songs

February 16.

Swift kicked off her Melbourne surprise set with her hit single, “Red .”

The first song may have been super well-known, but Swift went obscure for her second pick. After telling the crowd she’s never performed this track live before , Swift launched into her Midnights bonus track “You’re Losing Me .”

February 17

For Melbourne night two, Swift sang a mashup of songs from three different eras — Fearless , Reputation , and Folklore . She surprised crowds by combining “Getaway Car,” “August,” and “The Other Side Of The Door” on guitar.

Switching over to piano, Swift sang, “ This Is Me Trying .” She previously performed the track as a surprise song during one of her Arizona shows, but played it on guitar at the time.

February 18

Keeping with the trend of performing mashups, Swift sang a combination of “Come Back... Be Here and “Daylight” on guitar. She then performed “ Teardrops on My Guitar ” on piano.

The Sydney, AUS Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Sabrina Carpenter and Taylor Swift performing together on the Eras Tour

February 23

For Swift’s first Eras Tour performance in Sydney, she played “ How You Get The Girl ” on guitar. Then, Sabrina Carpenter (who’s been opening for Swift on tour) came on stage to sing a mashup of “White Horse” and “Coney Island” with her.

February 24

Sydney truly won in the surprise songs department. On her second night, Swift whipped out her guitar to perform a mix of two older tracks : “Should’ve Said No” from her self-titled debut, and “You’re Not Sorry” on Fearless . Later that night, she retired behind the piano and sang a mashup of Reputation’ s “New Year’s Day” and “Peace” from Folklore .

February 25

The Sydney mashups continued. Swift first started with a 1989 (both original and Taylor’s Version ) blend of “Is It Over Now” and “I Wish You Would.” She then darkened the setlist, performing a mix of Speak Now’ s “Haunted” and “Exile” off Folklore .

February 26

For her final night in Sydney, Swift fully leaned into her mashup era with ease. Her first blend began with “Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve” from Midnights and “Ivy” from Evermore , which felt on par with her green-hued dress. Later that night, she brought out her traditional piano and performed Fearless’ “Forever & Always” and Maroon from Midnights .

The Singapore Eras Tour Surprise Songs

Sydney wasn’t the only stop to be blessed with some surprise mashups. Swift opened her Singapore shows with a mashup of “Mine” and “Starlight .”

At the piano, she combined her songs “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” and “Dress .”

Swift had a lot of stories to tell on her second night in Singapore. She mashed up “Long Story Short” with “The Story of Us .”

She concluded with one of her most emotional mashups yet: “Clean” x “Evermore .”

For her guitar mashup, Swift combined “Foolish One” with “Tell Me Why .”

She got extra romantic for her second surprise mashup — marrying “This Love” with “Call It What You Want .”

Swift’s first mashup on March 7 took the whole crowd by surprise. After launching into fan-favorite “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” she combined the song with her lesser-known Sugarland feature “Babe .”

Next, Swift had a message for her younger self. She got super nostalgic for her adolescence, combining “Fifteen” with “You’re on Your Own, Kid .”

This article was originally published on 03.25.23

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[9 February 24] Surprise Songs Taylor Swift Eras Tour

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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has been nothing short of a phenomenon.

The pop icon has sold out multiple nights at every stadium along her 50 city tour. Not only that, she’s selling out shows in a matter of minutes, and crashing ticket sale sites along the way.

The lucky fans who manage to snag tickets arrive adorned in costumes and friendship bracelets, ready to belt all 45 songs during the 3 hour and 15 minute set.

A fan favorite during The Eras Tour is the acoustic set, where Taylor Swift plays two surprise songs. The first song is played on guitar, and the second, piano.

Each night’s surprise songs can be from any album and are seemingly random.

The surprise element has a been a huge success, and is often the most anticipated part of the show.

By the end of the 146 (and counting) shows, Taylor has the potential to play every single song on her discography.

Below is every surprise song Taylor has played during The Eras Tour, plus a list of remaining songs.

This was written by a Swiftie, for fellow Swifties. Thank you for reading!

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Table of Contents

Every Surprise Song Taylor Swift Has Sang On The Eras Tour

Arizona night 1 surprise songs.

Glendale, Arizona – March 17, 2023 (3/17/2023)

“Tim McGraw” “Mirrorball”

Arizona Night 2 Surprise Songs

Glendale, Arizona – March 18th, 2023 (3/18/23)

“State Of Grace” “This Is Me Trying” 

Las Vegas Night 1 Surprise Songs

Las Vegas – March 24th, 2023 (3/24/23)

“Our Song” “Snow On The Beach”

Las Vegas Night 2 Surprise Songs

Las Vegas – March 25th, 2023 (3/25/23)

“Cowboy Like Me” (with Marcus Mumford)  “White Horse” 

Arlington Night 1 Surprise Songs

Arlington, Texas – March 31, 2023 (3/31/23)

“Sad Beautiful Tragic” “Ours”

Arlington Night 2 Surprise Songs

Arlington, Texas – April 1, 2023 (4/1/23)

“Death By A Thousand Cuts” “Clean”

Arlington Night 3 Surprise Songs

Arlington, Texas – April 2, 2023 (4/2/23)

“Jump Then Fall” “The Lucky One”

Tampa Night 1 Surprise Songs

Tampa, Florida  – April 13, 2023 (4/13/23)

“Speak Now” “Treacherous”

Tampa Night 2 Surprise Songs

Tampa, Florida  – April 14, 2023 (4/14/23)

“The Great War” (with Aaron Dessner) “You’re On Your Own, Kid”

Tampa Night 3 Surprise Songs

Tampa, Florida – April 15, 2023 (4/15/23)

“Mad Woman” (with Aaron Dessner) “Mean”

Houston Night 1 Surprise Songs

Houston, Texas – April 21, 2023 (4/21/23)

“Wonderland” “You’re Not Sorry”

Houston Night 2 Surprise Songs

Houston, Texas – April 22, 2023 (4/22/23)

“A Place In This World” “Today Was A Fairytale”

Houston Night 3 Surprise Songs

Houston, Texas – April 23, 2023 (4/23/23)

“Begin Again” “Cold As You”

Atlanta Night 1 Surprise Songs

Atlanta, Georgia – April 28, 2023 (4/28/23)

“The Other Side Of The Door” “Coney Island”

Atlanta Night 2 Surprise Songs

Atlanta, Georgia – April 29, 2023 (4/29/23)

“High Infidelity” “Gorgeous”

Atlanta Night 3 Surprise Songs

“I Bet You Think About Me” “How You Get The Girl”

Nashville Night 1 Surprise Songs

Nashville, Tennessee – May 5, 2023 (5/5/23)

“Sparks Fly” (plus Speak Now TV announcement) “Teardrops On My Guitar”

Nashville Night 2 Surprise Songs

Nashville, Tennessee – May 6, 2023 (5/6/23)

“Out Of The Woods” “Fifteen”

Nashville Night 3 Surprise Songs

Nashville, Tennessee – May 7, 2023 (5/7/23)

“Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” (with Aaron Dessner) “Mine”

Philadelphia Night 1 Surprise Songs

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 12, 2023 (5/12/23)

“Gold Rush” “Come Back… Be Here”

Philadelphia Night 2 Surprise Songs

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 13, 2023 (5/13/23)

“Forever & Always” “This Love”

Philadelphia Night 3 Surprise Songs

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 14, 2023 (5/14/23)

“Hey Stephen” “The Best Day”

Boston Night 1 Surprise Songs

Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 19, 2023 (5/19/23)

“Should’ve Said No” “Better Man”

Boston Night 2 Surprise Songs

Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 20, 2023 (5/20/23)

“Question… ?” “Invisible”

Boston Night 3 Surprise Songs

Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 21, 2023 (5/21/23)

“I Think He Knows” “Red”

New York Night 1 Surprise Songs

East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 26, 2023 (5/26/23)

“Getaway Car” (with Jack Antonoff) “Maroon”

New York Night 2 Surprise Songs

East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 27, 2023 (5/27/23)

“Holy Ground” “False God”

New York Night 3 Surprise Songs

East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 28, 2023 (5/28/23)

“Welcome To New York” “Clean”

Chicago Night 1 Surprise Songs

Chicago, Illinois – June 2, 2023 (6/2/23)

“I Wish You Would” “the lakes”

Chicago Night 2 Surprise Songs

Chicago, Illinois – June 3, 2023 (6/3/23)

“You All Over Me” (with Maren Morris) “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”

Chicago Night 3 Surprise Songs

Chicago, Illinois – June 4, 2023 (6/4/23)

“Hits Different” “The Moment I Knew”

Detroit Night 1 Surprise Songs

Detroit, Michigan – June 9, 2023 (6/9/23)

“Haunted” “I Almost Do”

Detroit Night 2 Surprise Songs

Detroit, Michigan – June 10, 2023 (6/10/23)

“All You Had To Do Was Stay” “Breathe”

Pittsburgh Night 1 Surprise Songs

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 16, 2023 (6/16/23)

“Mr. Perfectly Fine” “The Last Time”

Pittsburgh Night 2 Surprise Songs

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 17, 2023 (6/17/23)

“seven” (with Aaron Dessner) “The Story Of Us”

Minneapolis Night 1 Surprise Songs

Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 23, 2023 (6/23/23)

“Paper Rings” “If This Was A Movie”

Minneapolis Night 2 Surprise Songs

Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 24, 2023 (6/24/23)

“Dear John” “Daylight”

Cincinnati Night 1 Surprise Songs

Cincinnati, Ohio – June 30, 2023 (6/30/23)

“I’m Only Me When I’m With You” “evermore”

Cincinnati Night 2 Surprise Songs

Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1, 2023 (7/1/23)

“ivy” (with Aaron Dessner) “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” (with Gracie Abrams)* “Call It What You Want”

*”I Miss You, I’m Sorry” was sang during the acoustic set because Gracie Abrams’ scheduled opening set was cancelled due to weather. “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” is Gracie’s song from her EP, minor .

Kansas City Night 1 Surprise Songs

Kansas City, Missouri – July 7, 2023 (7/7/23)

“Never Grow Up” “When Emma Falls In Love”

Kansas City Night 2 Surprise Songs

Kansas City, Missouri – July 8 2023 (7/8/23)

“Last Kiss” “dorthea”

Denver Night 1 Surprise Songs

Denver, Colorado – July 14, 2023 (7/14/23)

“Picture To Burn” “Timeless”

Denver Night 2 Surprise Songs

Denver, Colorado – July 15, 2023 (7/15/23)

“Starlight” “Back To December”

Seattle Night 1 Surprise Songs

Seattle, Washington – July 22, 2023 (7/22/23)

“This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” “Everything Has Changed”

Seattle Night 2 Surprise Songs

Seattle, Washington – July 23, 2023 (7/23/23)

“Message In A Bottle” “Tied Together With A Smile”

San Francisco Night 1 Surprise Songs

Santa Clara, California – July 28, 2023 (7/28/23)

“right where you left me” (with Aaron Dessner) “Castles Crumbling”

San Francisco Night 2 Surprise Songs

Santa Clara, California – July 29, 2023 (7/29/23)

“Stay Stay Stay” “All Of The Girls You’ve Loved Before”

Los Angeles Night 1 Surprise Songs

Los Angeles, California – August 3, 2023 (8/3/23)

“I Can See You” “Maroon”

Los Angeles Night 2 Surprise Songs

Los Angeles, California – August 4, 2023 (8/4/23)

“Our Song” “You Are In Love”

Los Angeles Night 3 Surprise Songs

Los Angeles, California – August 5, 2023 (8/5/23)

“Death By A Thousand Cuts” “You’re On Your Own, Kid”

Los Angeles Night 4 Surprise Songs

Los Angeles, California – August 7, 2023 (8/7/23)

“Dress” “exile”

Los Angeles Night 5 Surprise Songs

Los Angeles, California – August 8, 2023 (8/8/23)

“I Know Places” “King Of My Heart”

Los Angeles Night 6 Surprise Songs

Los Angeles, California – August 9, 2023 (8/9/23)

“New Romantics” (plus 1989 TV announcement) “New Year’s Day”

Mexico City Night 1 Surprise Songs

Mexico City, Mexico – August 24, 2023 (24/8/23)

“I Forgot The You Existed” “Sweet Nothing”

Mexico City Night 2 Surprise Songs

Mexico City, Mexico – August 25, 2023 (25/8/23)

“Tell Me Why” “Snow On The Beach”

Mexico City Night 3 Surprise Songs

Mexico City, Mexico – August 26, 2023 (26/8/23)

“Cornelia Street” “You’re On Your Own, Kid”

Mexico City Night 4 Surprise Songs

Mexico City, Mexico – August 27, 2023 (27/8/23)

“Afterglow” “Maroon”

Buenos Aires Night 1 Surprise Songs

Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 9, 2023 (9/11/23)

“The Very First Night” “ Labyrinth “

Buenos Aires Night 2 Surprise Songs

Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 11, 2023 (11/11/23)

“Is It Over Now?” with “Out Of The Woods” mashup “End Game”

Buenos Aires Night 3 Surprise Songs

Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 12, 2023 (12/11/23) *originally scheduled for November 10, 2023, rescheduled to the 12th due to weather.

“Better Than Revenge” “‘Slut!'”

Rio de Janeiro Night 1 Surprise Songs

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 17, 2023 (17/11/23)

“Stay Beautiful” “Suburban Legends”

Rio de Janeiro Night 2 Surprise Songs

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 19, 2023 (18/11/23)

“Dancing With Our Hands Tied” “Bigger Than The Whole Sky”

Rio de Janeiro Night 3 Surprise Songs

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 20, 2023 (20/11/23) *originally scheduled for November 18, 2023, rescheduled to the 20th due to weather.

“So It Goes…” “Me!”

São Paulo Night 1 Surprise Songs

São Paulo, Brazil – November 24, 2023 (24/11/23)

“Now That We Don’t Talk” “Innocent”

São Paulo Night 2 Surprise Songs

São Paulo, Brazil – November 25, 2023 (25/11/23)

“Safe & Sound” “Untouchable”

São Paulo Night 3 Surprise Songs

São Paulo, Brazil – November 26 2023 (26/11/23)

“Say Don’t Go” “it’s time to go”

*At the São Paulo night 3 show Taylor announced the surprise songs would reset at the start of the 2024 leg of the tour.

Tokyo Night 1 Surprise Songs

Tokyo, Japan – February 7, 2024 (7/2/24)

“Dear Reader” “Holy Ground”

Tokyo Night 2 Surprise Songs

Tokyo, Japan – February 8, 2024 (8/2/24)

“Eyes Open” “Electric Touch”

Tokyo Night 3 Surprise Songs

Tokyo, Japan – February 9, 2024 (9/2/24)

“Superman” “The Outside”

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What Eras Tour Surprise Songs Are Left?

During the São Paulo night 3 show Taylor announced the surprise songs would reset at the start of the 2024 leg of the tour.

Below are the Eras Tour surprise songs which have not been played as of the close of the 2023 leg:

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“Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)” “A Perfectly Good Heart” “I Heart ?” “Beautiful Eyes”

“The Way I Loved You” “Change” “Come In With The Rain” “Superstar” “We Were Happy” “That’s When” “Don’t You” “Bye Bye Baby” “Crazier”

“Foolish One”

“Girl At Home” “Ronan” “Babe” “Forever Winter” “Run”

“Sweeter Than Fiction”

“I Did Something Bad”

“London Boy” “Soon You’ll Get Better” “It’s Nice To Have A Friend” “Only The Young” “Beautiful Ghosts”

Of course, we can only hope to also hear “Macavity” and “Christmas Tree Farm” from this era.

“epiphany” “peace” “hoax”

“happiness” “long story short” “closure” “Carolina”

“Paris” “Glitch” “Dear Reader” “You’re Losing Me”

Additional Songs Taylor Swift Is Featured On

Below are additional songs which feature Taylor Swift. These are songs on other artist’s albums.

It’s not as likely she’ll play these, but it’s certainly not out of the question.

“Two Is Better Than One” with Boys Like Girls “Both of Us” with B.o.B “Highway Don’t Care” with Tim McGraw “This Is What You Came For” with Calvin Harris and Rhianna “Renegade” with Big Red Machine “Birch” with Big Red Machine “Gasoline” with HAIM “The Joker and the Queen” with Ed Sheeran “The Alcott” with The National

Stage and huge jumbotran with colorful photos of Taylor Swift and large sign reading "Taylor Swift The Eras Tour" with crowd in foreground. Taylor Swift concert, Taylor Swift The Eras Tour, State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.

Eras Tour Surprise Songs Played Multiple Times

According to Taylor Swift herself, surprise songs which she messes up, she’ll play again.

Additionally, she’s told us she can play Midnights songs as many times as she wants.

Below are the surprise songs which have been played multiple times:

“Maroon” (3 total)

New York night 1: East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 26, 2023 (5/26/23) Played with “Getaway Car”

Los Angeles night 1: Los Angeles, California – August 3, 2023 (8/3/23) Played with “I Can See You”

Mexico City night 4: Mexico City, Mexico – August 27, 2023 (27/8/23) Played with “Afterglow”

“You’re On Your Own, Kid” (3 total)

Tampa Night 2: Tampa, Florida – April 14, 2023 (4/14/23) Played with “The Great War” (with Aaron Dessner)

Los Angeles Night 3 – Los Angeles, California – August 5, 2023 (8/5/23) Played with “Death By A Thousand Cuts”

Mexico City Night 3 – Mexico City, Mexico – August 26, 2023 (26/8/23) Played with “Cornelia Street”

“Clean” (2 total)

Arlington Night 2: Arlington, Texas – April 1, 2023 (4/1/23) mess up Played with “Death By A Thousand Cuts”

New York Night 3: East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 28, 2023 (5/28/23) Played with “Welcome To New York”

“Our Song” (2 total)

Las Vegas night 1: Las Vegas – March 24th, 2023 (3/24/23) Played with “Snow On The Beach”

Los Angeles night 2: Los Angeles, California – August 4, 2023 (8/4/23) Played with “You Are In Love”

“Death By A Thousand Cuts” (2 total)

Arlington night 1: Arlington, Texas – April 1, 2023 (4/1/23) mess up Played with “Clean”

Los Angeles Night 3: Los Angeles, California – August 5, 2023 (8/5/23) Played with “You’re On Your Own, Kid”

“Snow On The Beach” (2 total)

Las Vegas night 1: Las Vegas – March 24th, 2023 (3/24/23) Played with “Our Song”

Mexico City night 2: Mexico City, Mexico – August 25, 2023 (25/8/23) Played with “Tell Me Why”

Surprise songs which she has messed up & will likely replay:

“Speak Now” “Gorgeous” “High Infidelity” “Out Of The Woods” “Question… ?” “Hits Different” “When Emma Falls In Love” “Last Kiss” “right where you left me”

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Eras Tour Songs Played With Openers

Taylor Swift is touring with artists she’s previously worked with. We do see a few songs added to the set list on the nights these artists open for her.

These aren’t official “surprise songs,” but are certainly an exciting addition for the guests in attendance.

“Nothing New” with Phoebe Bridgers

“Nothing New” was performed during the Red set with Phoebe Bridgers, on the following nights:

Nashville night 1 – May 5, 2023 (5/5/23) Nashville night 2 – May 6, 2023 (5/6/23) Nashville night 3 – May 7, 2023 (5/7/23) Philadelphia night 1 – May 12, 2023 (5/12/23) Philadelphia night 2 – May 13, 2023 (5/13/23) Philadelphia night 3 – May 14, 2023 (5/14/23) Foxborough/ Boston night 1 – May 19, 2023 (5/19/23) Foxborough/ Boston night 2 – May 20, 2023 (5/20/23) Foxborough/ Boston night 3 – May 21, 2023 (5/21/23) East Rutherford/ New York night 1 – May 26, 2023 (5/26/23) East Rutherford/ New York night 2 – May 27, 2023 (5/27/23) East Rutherford/ New York night 3 – May 28, 2023 (5/28/23)

“No Body, No Crime” with HAIM

“no body, no crime” was performed with HAIM, replacing “’tis the damn season”, during the evermore set, on the following nights:

Seattle night 1 – July 22, 2023 (7/22/23) Seattle night 2 – July 23, 2023 (7/23/23) Santa Clara night 1 – July 28, 2023 (7/28/23) Santa Clara night 2 – July 29, 2023 (7/29/23) Los Angeles night 1 – August 3, 2023 (8/3/23) Los Angeles night 2 – August 4, 2023 (8/4/23) Los Angeles night 3 – August 5, 2023 (8/5/23) Los Angeles night 4 – August 7, 2023 (8/7/23) Los Angeles night 5 – August 8, 2023 (8/8/23) Los Angeles night 6 – August 9, 2023 (8/9/23)

Eras Tour Special Guests

In addition to Phoebe Bridgers and HAIM, listed above, these are the Eras Tour special guests we’ve seen so far:

Marcus Mumford

“Cowboy Like Me” surprise song Las Vegas night 2 – March 25th, 2023 (3/25/23)

Aaron Dessner

“The Great War” surprise song Tampa night 2  – April 14, 2023 (4/14/23)

“mad woman” surprise song Tampa night 3 – April 15, 2023 (4/15/23)

“Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” surprise song Nashville night 3 – May 7, 2023 (5/7/23)

“seven” surprise song Pittsburgh night 2 – June 17, 2023 (6/17/23)

“ivy” surprise song Cincinnati night 2 – July 1, 2023 (7/1/23)

“right where you left me” surprise song Santa Clara night 1 – July 28, 2023 (7/28/23)

Jack Antonoff

“Getaway Car” surprise song East Rutherford/ New York night 1 – May 26, 2023 (5/26/23)

“Karma” during Midnights set East Rutherford/ New York night 1 – May 26, 2023 (5/26/23) East Rutherford/ New York night 2 – May 27, 2023 (5/27/23) East Rutherford/ New York night 3 – May 28, 2023 (5/28/23)

Maren Morris

“You All Over Me” surprise song Chicago night 2 – June 3, 2023 (6/3/23)

Gracie Abrams

“I Miss You, I’m Sorry” extra surprise song Cincinnati night 2 – July 1, 2023 (7/1/23)

“I Miss You, I’m Sorry” was sang during the acoustic set because Gracie Abrams’ scheduled opening set was cancelled due to weather. “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” is Gracie’s song from her EP, minor .

Taylor Lautner, Presley Cash, & Joey King

The three joined Taylor Swift on stage during the “I Can See You” music video premier. Kansas City night 1 – July 7, 2023 (7/7/23)

Eras Tour Set List Changes

Below are additional Eras Tour set list changes:

“invisible string” was switched out with “the 1” in the folklore set Date of change: March 31, 2023 – present

“Long Live” added to Speak Now set after Speak Now TV was released Date of change: July 7, 2023 – present

“’tis the damn season” was replaced with “no body, no crime” featuring HAIM in evermore set. This change only occurred during shows which HAIM opened for Taylor Swift, listed above in the “Eras Tour Songs Played With Openers” section.

“Nothing New” featuring Phoebe Bridgers was added to the Red set. This change only occurred during shows which Phoebe Bridgers opened for Taylor Swift, listed above in the “Eras Tour Songs Played With Openers” section.

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Dear Reader, thank you so much for being here, I hope this answered any surprise song questions you had.

Please leave a comment if you want more information! Or send me a message at   @seen.by.amy  on Instagram or  @seenbyamy  on TikTok.

What were the surprise songs during your show? Or which song do you wish to hear during your show?

For more tour information, head on over to Taylor Swift The Eras Tour , or check out my additional guides below.

Additional Taylor Swift Posts:

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  • Taylor Swift Outfits: What To Wear To The Eras Tour
  • 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Vault Puzzle Answers
  • 1989 World Tour: All Surprise Guests
  • Swiftmas: What Is It?
  • Gift Ideas: Taylor Swift Gifts

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Global pop sensation Taylor Swift will bring her highly anticipated Eras Tour to Cincinnati on June 30, and July 1.

The Eras Tour is Swift's first major tour in five years, as she will perform a 44-song setlist featuring chart-topping hits from all 10 of her full-length studio albums. While the setlist is mostly the same from show to show, the "Midnights" singer has been known to treat her fans with two surprise acoustic songs each night.

During her tour debut in Glendale, Arizona, Swift shocked the crowd with a surprise performance of "mirrorball" from her 2020 album "folklore" and "Tim McGraw" from her 2006 self-titled debut album. Since then, she has performed 69 surprise songs across 35 sold-out dates.

Here's a look at all the surprise songs Swift has performed during the Eras Tour as of Monday, June 20. Make sure to drop us a comment below, and let us know what surprise songs you think Swift will perform in Cincinnati.

All the surprise songs Taylor Swift has sung on the Eras Tour (so far)

"Mirrorball" and "Tim McGraw" (March 17 in Glendale, Arizona).

"State of Grace" and "This Is Me Trying" (March 18 in Glendale, Arizona).

"Our Song" and "Snow On The Beach" (March 24 in Las Vegas, Nevada).

"Cowboy Like Me" with Marcus Mumford and "White Horse" (March 25 in Las Vegas, Nevada).

"Sad Beautiful Tragic" and "Ours" (March 31 in Arlington, Texas).

"Death by a Thousand Cuts" and "Clean" (April 1 in Arlington, Texas).

"Jump Then Fall" and "The Lucky One" (April 2 in Arlington, Texas).

"Speak Now" and "Treacherous" (April 13 in Tampa, Florida).

"The Great War" with Aaron Dessner and "You're on Your Own, Kid" (April 14 in Tampa, Florida).

"Mad Woman" with Aaron Dessner and "Mean" (April 15 in Tampa, Florida).

"Wonderland" and "You're Not Sorry" (April 21 in Houston, Texas).

"A Place in This World" and "Today Was a Fairytale" (April 22 in Houston, Texas).

"Begin Again" and "Cold as You" (April 23 in Houston, Texas).

"The Other Side of the Door" and "Coney Island" (April 28 in Atlanta, Georgia).

"High Infidelity" and "Gorgeous" (April 29 in Atlanta, Georgia).

"I Bet You Think About Me" and "How You Get the Girl" (April 30 in Atlanta, Georgia).

"Sparks Fly" and "Teardrops On My Guitar" (May 5 in Nashville, Tennessee).

"Out of the Woods" and "Fifteen" (May 6 in Nashville, Tennessee).

"Would've, Could've, Should've" with Aaron Dessner and "Mine" (May 7 in Nashville, Tennessee).

"Gold Rush" and "Come Back…Be Here" (May 12 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).

"Forever & Always" and "This Love" (May 13 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).

"Hey Stephen" and "The Best Day" (May 14 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).

"Should've Said No" and "Better Man" (May 19 in Foxborough, Massachusetts).

"Question…?" and "Invisible" (May 20 in Foxborough, Massachusetts).

"I Think He Knows" and "Red" (May 21 in Foxborough, Massachusetts).

"Getaway Car" with Jack Antonoff and "Maroon" (May 26 in East Rutherford, New Jersey).

"Holy Ground" and "False God" (May 27 in East Rutherford, New Jersey).

"Welcome to New York" and "Clean" (May 28 in East Rutherford, New Jersey).

"I Wish You Would" and "The Lakes" (June 2 in Chicago, Illinois).

"You All Over Me" with Maren Morris and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (June 3 in Chicago, Illinois).

"Hits Different" and "The Moment I Knew" (June 4 in Chicago, Illinois).

"Haunted" and "I Almost Do" (June 9 in Detroit, Michigan).

" All You Had to Do Was Stay" and "Breathe" (June 10 in Detroit, Michigan).

“Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time” (June 16 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).

“Seven” with Aaron Dessner and “The Story of Us” (June 17 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).

“Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie” (June 23 in Minneapolis, Minnesota).

“Dear John” and “Daylight” (June 24 in Minneapolis, Minnesota).

“I’m Only Me When I’m With You” and “Evermore” (June 30 in Cincinnati).

“Ivy” with Aaron Dessner, “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” with Gracie Abrams and “Call It What You Want” (July 1 in Cincinnati).

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All of Taylor Swift’s surprise songs on the Eras Tour so far

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We are currently halfway through  Taylor Swift ‘s  Eras Tour , with the artist recently announcing  Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)  during her hometown performance  in Nashville, Tennessee. The singer has dealt with thunderstorms, technical difficulties, and dating rumors throughout her touring months and has reportedly messed with fans via changes in the setlist.

But out of all the glitz, glamour, and magic that the Eras Tour has provided, one thing that excited fans the most was the surprise songs. These were performances that were unique to their show and would not be played elsewhere. And due to Swift’s extensive discography and 17-year career, there is surely a surprise song to appear in every touring location.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour in Nashville, Tennessee

According to Swifties on social media, the surprise songs on the Eras Tour are tracks that were either not performed as often during previous tours or were never played at all due to the pandemic canceling live events. Meanwhile, the constants of each set are songs that tend to be fan favorites or constants in previous live performances, such as ‘Love Story’, ‘Look What You Made Me Do,’ and ‘All Too Well (10-minute version).’

Based on the current trend during the tour, two unique songs in Swift’s discography are played each night and were to never be repeated in later shows (unless she makes a mistake when performing one, or unless the song comes from her latest album, Midnights) . So for those who were unable to keep track of all of Swift’s surprise performances, here is a list of songs that were played once during the Eras tour.

Glendale, Arizona

  • ‘Mirrorball’ (March 17)
  • ‘Tim McGraw’ (March 17)
  • ‘This is Me Trying’ (March 18)
  • ‘State of Grace’ (March 18)
  • ‘Our Song’ (March 24)
  • ‘Snow on the Beach’ (March 24)
  • ‘Cowboy Like Me’ [ft. Marcus Mumford] (March 25)
  • ‘White Horse’ (March 25)

Arlington, Texas

  • ‘Sad Beautiful Tragic’ (March 31)
  • ‘Ours’ (March 31)
  • ‘Death By A Thousand Cuts’ (April 1)
  • ‘Clean’ (April 1)

Tampa, Florida

  • ‘Speak Now’ (April 13)
  • ‘Treacherous’ (April 13)
  • ‘The Great War’ [ft. Aaron Dessner] (April 14)
  • ‘You’re on Your Own, Kid’ (April 14)
  • ‘Mad Woman’ (April 15)
  • ‘Mean’ (April 15, 2023)

Houston, Texas

  • ‘Wonderland’ (April 21)
  • ‘You’re Not Sorry’ (April 21)
  • ‘A Place in This World’ (April 22)
  • ‘Today Was A Fairytale’ (April 22)
  • ‘Begin Again’ (April 23)
  • ‘Cold as You’ (April 23)

Atlanta, Georgia

  • ‘The Other Side of the Door’ (April 28)
  • ‘Coney Island’ (April 28)
  • ‘High Infidelity’ (April 29)
  • ‘Gorgeous’ (April 29)
  • ‘I Bet You Think About Me’ (April 30)
  • ‘How You Get the Girl’ (April 30)

Nashville, Tennessee

  • ‘Sparks Fly’ (May 5)
  • ‘Teardrops on My Guitar’ (May 5)
  • ‘Out of the Woods’ (May 6)
  • ‘Fifteen’ (May 6)
  • ‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’ (May 7)
  • ‘Mine’ (May 7)

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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

Taylor Swift has set a new record with the premiere of her “Eras Tour” concert film on Disney+ .

“ Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)” had 4.6 million views on Disney+ in its first three days of release — making it the No. 1 music film ever on the platform, according to the company. Swifties watched 16.2 million hours of the blockbuster three-and-a-half-hour concert film on Disney+ over this past weekend. Disney+ defines a “view” as total stream time divided by runtime.

Other music films and specials currently available on Disney+ include Swift’s own “Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions,” “Elton John: Farewell From Dodger Stadium,” “Black Is King: A Film by Beyoncé” and “The Beatles: Get Back.”

Disney reportedly paid  more than $75 million for worldwide streaming rights to “The Eras Tour”  concert film, which Swift’s company produced.

In its theatrical release, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” generated $261.7 million at the global box office after its Oct. 13 debut, making it the highest-grossing concert film to date. The film was released digitally via Universal Pictures on Dec. 13, Swift’s birthday, with three bonus songs not in the theatrical release — “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer” and “Long Live” — which are also in the Disney+ version.

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A year of the Eras Tour: A look back at Taylor Swift's record-breaking show

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One year ago, the crowd in Glendale, Arizona, erupted into a massive cheer in State Farm Stadium when Lesley Gore's "You Don't Own Me" began playing and the backdrop screen transitioned to a countdown clock starting at 2:24.

None of the Swifties who traveled from all over the state of Arizona and the nation, dressed to the nines as one of her 10 eras, knew the tour would be three-plus hours. The fan screaming next to me from Pennsylvania who bought a ticket on StubHub.com for about $400 didn't know that we would go era-by-era through a 44-song track list. I don't think the singer, herself, knew when she hid inside a cleaning cart wheeled backstage, that her show would lead to a billion-dollar enterprise, Time magazine person of the year and an inundation of friendship bracelets. I didn't know the behemoth success following the Eras Tour star would send me packing from Phoenix to Nashville, Tennessee, to become the inaugural Taylor Swift reporter.

Swift's dancers flowed onto the stage through fog with pink, purple and orange parachute flaps. A compilation of songs from Swift's 10 albums — or eras — played as "it's been a long time coming" boomed into the stadium. Goosebumps covered the arms of thousands and tears cascaded down cheeks as the flaps revealed Miss Americana rising to begin her "Lover" set.

Eighty three shows later, here's a look back at the unprecedented tour that set a Guinness World Record . And fair warning, like her tour this article is an extensive rollercoaster.

Swept up in the hype, the world became Taylor Nation. Glendale, "Erazona ," was renamed "Swift City." Las Vegas lit up its arches in all 10 era colors. Arlington, Texas, dubbed one of its streets "Taylor Swift Way." Tampa, Florida, gave Swift a key to the city and invited her to be an honorary mayor. Houston renamed its venue "NRG Stadium (Taylor’s Version)."

Nashville, Tennessee, dedicated a bench in Centennial Park to the hometown singer. A Philadelphia radio station, 96.5 FM (WTDY), renamed itself Ninety-Swift-Five W-T-A-Y. Gov. Philip D. Murphy dubbed the "Taylor Swift ham, egg and cheese sandwich" the "state sandwich of New Jersey." Chicago lit up the top of Willis Tower in her album colors. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey renamed his city "Swiftie-apolis," and Santa Clara, California, Mayor Lisa Gillmor switched the city's name to "Swiftie Clara."

Internationally, fans in Brazil caught the attention of Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes and Father Omar, the rector of the Christ the Redeemer Sanctuary, who arranged to project a  "Junior Jewels" inspired T-shirt  onto the Christ the Redeemer statue. Flinders Station in Melbourne , Australia, flashed a wallpaper glaze of lights to welcome the Eras star. Singapore painted the Marina Bay Sands Resort all colors of vibrant lights.

It's a cruel summer with you

All four seasons met the fifteen dancers, four backup singers, six bandmates and hundreds of production and crew members, adding unpredictable weather to the mix. Mother Nature danced in a lightning storm to "Fearless" in Tampa and made the song "Midnight Rain" a reality in Nashville . Rain poured through the open-roofed stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, where Swift pushed puddles forming on her piano . The Swiftie fandom created its own natural phenomenon in Seattle after a seismologist registered a 2.3 magnitude earthquake on her Richter scale.

The intense heat in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, caused Swift to throw water bottles to fans and temporarily halt her show. Ana Clara Benevides Machado, 23, passed out and died of heat exhaustion. The heartbreaking news prompted changes at the Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos to allow fans access to water. Swift invited Benevides' family to her concert in São Paulo.

I want you to think of the memories made

Swift incorporated custom messages into each tour stop. At her international destinations, she welcomed fans in their custom languages. "Bienvenidos al Eras Tour," she said in Mexico City before hoisting her hands in the air. While donning either her pink or blue guitar before the title track of "Lover," she commonly announced the stadium attendance often record-breaking.

Outside of stadiums, thousands "Taylorgated," or showed up without a ticket to hear Swift's beats and dance on the concrete. Tens of thousands more logged on to watch livestreams from fans with tickets who agreed to spend concert time holding up their mobile devices in a tricep-burning position.

The number of viewers would jump before the "Champagne Problems" speech and acoustic set. To keep things fun and interesting each night, fans filled out "Swiftball" ballots guessing the singer's outfits from four "Lover" bodysuits and accompanying "The Man" jackets, three "Fearless" dresses, two "Evermore" dresses, six "Speak Now" gowns, three bedazzled "22" shirts, five "Folkore" dresses, four "1989" crop top and skirt combos, six "Midnights" T-shirt dresses, three "Midnight Rain" body suits and four "Karma" faux fur jackets. To see how many times the Eras star wore each outfit, check out the "Data Swiftie."

For fans who wanted to get alerts to watch the shows without having to calculate time changes, Swift Alert became the app for that .

Double clap, audience chants

A secret language formed between fans and Swift as new traditions popped up along the tour. The four lines fans screamed at the top of their lungs, no matter the city or country, were "cause shade never made anybody less gay" in "You Need To Calm Down," "what a shame she's f----d in the head" in "Champagne Problems," "f--- the patriarchy" in "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" and "don't call me kid, don't call me baby" in "Illicit Affairs."

Swift started every show strong with a very important question: Did her fans know the bridge to "Cruel Summer?" "Prove it!" she'd yell at some stops and the audience would, every single time, bellow, "I'm drunk in the back of the car." For "The Archer," fans printed and dispersed signs that read, "We will stay," to hold up when Swift asks, "Who would stay?"

In the "Fearless" era, fans double clapped with "13" drawn on the back of their hands in the middle of the bridge to "You Belong With Me." A trend of marriage proposals during "Love Story" picked up during the 2024 leg with partners popping the question as Swift sang, "He knelt to the ground and pulled out a ring."

During "Marjorie," Swifties turned their phone flashlights on in tribute to Swift's grandma. Fans started timing the standing ovation and ear-shattering applause after "Champagne Problems." Livestreamers, like Tess Bohne , would display a clock and fans guessed if the cheers would surpass one, two or three minutes.

A snake shape slithered through the light-up braceklets handed out before the show at the start of the "Reputation" era. Fans yelled "1, 2, 3, let's go b----" before the first verse of "Delicate" as Swift counts on her fingers. Later in the song, Swift sings, "Do the girls back home touch you like I do?" and fans reply, "No, they don't." On rare occasion, Swift would let out a three-note riff during her "Don't Blame Me" belt.

After rereleasing her third album, the "Speak Now" singer added "Long Live" to the set list, bringing the total to 45 tracks. In the first verse when she croons "the crowds and stands went wild," the crowd indeed went wild.

In the "Red" era, Swift crowned a deserving fan with a black fedora during "22." They were typically children, but one adult Swiftie was crowned in Melbourne . Dancer Kameron Saunders had the only speaking line on the tour besides Swift during her song "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." He said "like ever" at the American shows, but when the tour went international, he switched up the phrase each night. And yes, we track that. Swift knew all too well each crowd had "10 minutes to spare," and she played her longest song, in total, for about 14 hours.

She was only tied to the "Invisible String" for five shows and traded the opening "Folklore" era number to "The 1" in Arlington, before news of her split from actor Joe Alwyn . She brought "Invisible String" back for one night in Nashville because the Tennessee capital is home to Centennial Park. Nashvillians also noticed that Swift switched a note during "The 1" lyric "you meet a woman on the internet and take her home." She kept the key change for every succeeding show.

Right before the first lyric of "Style" during the "1989" set, fans began a tradition of saying, "What time is it?" to which the singer replied, "Midnight, you come and pick me up." In Sydney, Australia, a "Blank Space" chant from the 1989 World Tour was reborn and repeated in Singapore. Taylor Nation, Swift's marketing team, tweeted that it hopes fans at every tour stop going forward shout their city. In Philadelphia, a "Bad Blood" remix originated when Swift noticed a security guard hassling a fan . "She's fine. She wasn't doing anything. Hey! Stop! Hey, stop!" became the cool thing to say after, "It's so sad to think about the good times, you and I." Fans also incorporated a Kendrick Lamar line from the "Bad Blood" remix: "You forgive, you forget, but you never let it go."

And then came the surprise set . (More on her collaborators and announcements below.) Each night, Swift performed one song on the guitar and one on the piano that she hadn't yet performed on the tour. That is until 2024, when she added mashups and threw out her rule of never repeating songs. At the end of the set, she swan dives into a hole in the stage. Fans later caught a red light that turned green to signal it was safe to jump.

After meeting her at "Midnights," fans sang Jack Antonoff's version of "Anti-Hero." When Swift sings "tale as old as time," the crowd chimes in, "Taylor, you'll be fine." Tyler Conroy made a viral video of him screaming , "Where you going Taylor?" during "Bejeweled" before she sings, "I'm going out tonight," and the trend caught on like a blaze ripping through the Lover house. Finally, after Swift changed the lyrics to, "Karma is the guy on the Chiefs," in Argentina with her boyfriend Travis Kelce in the crowd, that became the standard for fans. She has only sang it that way four times, when he was in attendance in Buenos Aires, Sydney and Singapore.

If you would direct your attention to the back screen

In addition to boosting economies everywhere she went, Swift created an abundance of news. She announced "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)" in Nashville. She announced a new version of "Midnights" and premiered the "Karma (Remix)" music video featuring Ice Spice as the upstart rapper joined Swift in East Rutherford, New Jersey. She released "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)" right before her Kansas City, Missouri, stop and then debuted the "I Can See You" music video starring Taylor Lautner and Joey King who were at the show. Lautner backflipped on the catwalk.

It might have seemed strange that Swift ended the American leg of her tour on a Wednesday in Los Angeles, but not to the eagle-eyed Swiftie who realized the date was 8/9. That's the day she announced the rerecording of her fifth album, "1989 (Taylor's Version)." The album came out during her break before her Argentina tour dates. It topped the Billboard charts and allowed her to bypass Elvis for the most weeks with an album at No. 1.

Then, she announced her 11th album, "The Tortured Poets Department," at the Grammys after winning her 13th career award. At her tour stops in Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore, she revealed there were four total versions of "Tortured Poets" and told fans they would get a different bonus track on each one : "The Manuscript," "The Bolter," "The Albatross" and "The Black Dog."

Welcome to the acoustic set

One of the most anticipated portions of an Eras Tour show is the acoustic set. At most of the concerts, she only spoke before the guitar song. In rare instances, she tested the microphone before the piano song and made an announcement.

Occasionally she invited collaborators to join her onstage. Marcus Mumford surprised fans in Las Vegas to play "Cowboy Like Me." Her co-producer and close friend Aaron Dessner from The National joined her six times on stage, in Tampa (twice), Nashville, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Santa Clara. Jack Antonoff came out to play "Getaway Car" in New Jersey. Maren Morris did a "You All Over Me" duet in Chicago. When their opening acts were canceled for weather, Gracie Abrams performed "I Miss You, I'm Sorry" and Sabrina Carpenter sang a dyad mashup of "White Horse" and "Coney Island."

Some of the surprise songs came with hidden messages. Fans speculated she sang "Bigger Than The Whole Sky" as an ode to a fan who died , "End Game" to Travis Kelce watching her show from the VIP tent and "Gold Rush" as a congratulations to Jason Kelce for retiring. She has performed "You're On Your Own Kid" five times, in Tampa, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Tokyo and Singapore.

And he never thinks of me, except when I'm on TV

To close out the first year of the Eras Tour, Swift released the third film version of her concert to streaming service Disney+. This version included "Cardigan" and four acoustic songs: "Maroon," "Death By A Thousand Cuts," "You Are In Love" and "I Can See You."

The second version came out on Swift's birthday, Dec. 13. Fans could rent it for 48 hours at a price of $19.89, and it included "The Archer," "Wildest Dreams" and "Long Live" cut from the original movie.

The original movie was released Oct. 13, in the middle of the Hollywood strikes. Swift did what studios and streaming services were unable to: make a deal with SAG-AFTRA. She worked with the unions and was able to market and show her movie how she saw fit. The film made more than $250 million globally and got her nominated for a Golden Globe award .

Would you be interested in one more song?

If you're still with me on this walk down Eras Tour Lane, it's important to make one final note before the tour resumes in Paris in May. Before her magnum opus took off higher than the "Bad Blood" flames, Swift chose "Mirrorball" and "Tim McGraw" to be her very first surprise songs. She ended year one with the same two songs, but flipped the instruments she played them on in a full-circle moment.

Her new album will come out April 19 and the full Eras Tour is streaming on Disney+, which begs the question: What her show will look like come Paris? She has a two-month break before 69 shows scheduled for Europe and North America. She also has two rerecords left to release: "Reputation (Taylor's Version)" and her self-titled debut album.

If there's one thing any Swiftie knows, it's Taylor Swift's ability to make news and create lasting memories through her record-shattering tour. What a first year; on to year two!

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

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The Outdoor Enthusiast’s Guide to Taylor Swift’s 2024 Eras Tour

If you or your family scored tickets for a T-Swift show, you're likely traveling to an awesome place to see the concert. So we dug up the best adventures to have in the remaining Eras tour locations, from the Netherlands to New Orleans.

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Traveling to see Taylor Swift’s Era’s Tour in 2024? Luckily, she’s headed to a bunch of badass places that happen to be outdoor-adventure meccas, too. Make the most of your fan-filled trip by adding these must-dos to your itinerary, all synced up with international and domestic dates on The Eras Tour’s 2024 schedule .

My wife and I flew to Chicago last June to see our favorite artist in concert, and had such a good time we almost immediately bought tickets to the next show we could find, which happened to be in Lyon, France, in June. Talking about getting tickets to a Taylor Swift show would take up an entire article on its own—it’s famously difficult and most easily navigated if, like us, you’re a super fan. But, if you are currently holding tickets for a future concert, that’s exciting, since it may be a reason to explore a part of the world you’ve never seen before.

Why Taylor? I was obviously introduced to her music through my wife (and sister-in-law), but it’s hard not to find stuff to like in her catchy, cleverly-written songs about female empowerment. If nothing else, standing in a stadium alongside tens of thousands of young women having the best night of their lives is something that’s hard to walk away from without having a good time.

Eras Tour Paris and Lyon, France

Show Dates: May 9 – 12 (Paris); June 2 and 3 (Lyon)

Flying all the way to Paris just to see Taylor would probably be worth it on its own, but because we’re going there at the nicest time of year, we figure we should make the most of it. So, we’ve booked a few nights at our favorite hotel on Île Saint-Louis, plan to visit my parents at their farm near Limoges, and will then rendezvous with family and friends in Lyon for the concert, plus a few nights of gorging ourselves on that city’s  famous culinary scene. After all that, we’ll be ready for some exercise.

campsite in Écrins National Park in France

A few years ago, we took the opportunity on a similar trip to visit France’s Écrin National Park, and spent two days backpacking through its high alpine backcountry . There, we slept under a 500-foot waterfall, watched wild ibex and chamois frolic while golden eagles soared overhead, and were positively swarmed by marmots. The best part? We saw zero other people. Compare the park’s 800,000 annual visitors to the 4 million who visit Yellowstone , and you can see why, with a little hiking, it’s not hard to find yourself a slice of the French Alps you can call your own for a night or two. And we’ll return to the park after June’s concert in order to recreate the experience.

If you want to do the same, the easiest way to make it work is by backpacking, and bringing what you would for any high-elevation summer trip . You’ll need to rent a car (either drive from Paris, or take the train to a nearby city), but as compensation for that additional expense, you’ll get to drive in the Alps, which includes some of the most fun and visually stunning roads in the world. (There will be no need to travel off-road, so a small, sporty car is fine.) Leave your nice clothes in the trunk, out of sight, and make sure you throw your passport and wallet into your pack while you camp—vehicle break-ins are a problem at trailheads in Europe, just like they are in America .

We like to stay another night in Paris before we fly out. Since driving in the city is a nightmare, I return the rental car to the airport on our way back into the city, then take the metro (RER) into town. While planning your route, don’t forget how small Europe is. On that same trip, we popped into Italy for lunch after hiking back to the car, and still made it into Paris in time to shower and head to a fancy dinner.

Here are outdoors tips for every other stop on Taylor Swift’s Era’s Tour 2024.

Eras Tour Stockholm, Sweden

kayaking in stockholm sweden

Show Dates: May 17-19

If you have tickets to see Taylor in Stockholm this May, you’re making me jealous. Late spring in Sweden is gorgeous. Take advantage of the spring weather by getting on the water. Get Out Kayak will rent you boats and other equipment, or take you on a guided tour of some of the 30,000 islands on the archipelago. Day trips start at under $95-a-person. Like other nordic countries, Sweden has a right to roam law that enables you to explore most wild places, so if you have time, rent camping gear from Get Out too, and enjoy a night under the stars on one of those islands.

Eras Tour Lisbon, Portugal

surfer riding a big wave in nazare portugal

Show Dates: May 24-25

Portugal’s Atlantic coast is famous for its big waves. Even if you don’t surf, head over to watch people ride the famously huge waves in Nazare. More accessible (read: easier) surf can be found in nearby Coxos. Tours, lessons, and gear are available from Lisbon Surf Connection . A day trip to Nazare costs $60-a-person if you just want to watch, while a rental board and wetsuit can be had for about $38.

Eras Tour Madrid, Spain

runner and dog walker in el retiro park madrid

Show Dates: May 29-30

It’s going to start getting hot in Madrid in late May. The 125-acre El Retiro park in the city center is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and includes expansive shaded gardens and a pond you can row boats in.

On the west side of the Manzanares river, you’ll find the even larger, 3,800-acre Casa de Campo. Use the city’s bike share service, Bicimad , and pedal under the pine trees. Rates run just 50 cents per half-hour.

Eras Tour Edinburgh, Scotland

Knoydart scottish highlands with waterfall and green field

Show Dates: June 7-9

June in the Scottish Highlands may be marked by as much as one or two hours of clear skies. Pack rain gear and hike to the most remote pub in the countr y, which is 18 miles one way. Food at The Old Forge , in the Knoydart Peninsula, is said to be better than is typical in the country, but there’s no accommodations to spend the night. Rather than carry heavy camping gear, we’d rent a room or house in the nearby village . You’ll appreciate having a roof over your head and a place to dry out your socks. Just make sure you book ahead of time.

Eras Tour Liverpool, England

canal boats in Liverpool England near rodley

Show Dates: June 13-15

The neatest thing about northwest England is the canals. Built before the advent of rail to connect British industry with ports sailing to America and elsewhere, the canals are now almost-forgotten byways that wind their way through the pastoral English countryside. You can stay on a canal boat in downtown Liverpool  (or plenty of places elsewhere), hike or bike paths that run along them, or rent canoes or kayaks to paddle them starting at under $40-a-day.

Eras Tour Cardiff, Wales

summit of pen y fan mountain in wales

Show Date: June 18

Once there, skip town and make the drive to the Cwm Gwdi trailhead for Pen y Fan, which at 2,910 feet is the tallest peak in the Brecon Beacons. Don’t worry, all road signs are in English, too. The United Kingdom’s Special Air Service famously conducts its selection trials on the mountain, but the 7.5-mile hike to the summit from Cwm Gwdi is much easier than their 22-mile trek. Don’t be fooled by the sub-3,000 foot elevation, terrain on Pen y Fan can be treacherous and Wales isn’t famous for its sunshine.

Eras Tour London, England

red deer in richmond park, london at dawn

Show Dates: June 21-24; August 15-20

Take the tube out to Richmond and walk up the hill to Richmond Park, making sure you walk up the terrace for the views over the Thames. You can hike the park’s 7-mile trail that follows the perimeter while watching the 600 plus head of red and fallow deer that, unlike wildlife in the U.S., belong solely to the King. Head back down to town for a pint at The Prince’s Head , and make sure you entertain the locals with your best Ted Lasso impression.

Eras Tour Dublin, Ireland

cliffs of moher in county clare ireland

Show Dates: June 28-30

Get away from the hokey tourist attractions (think: the Blarney Stone) and drive the two hours   over to Galway on the west coast to hike the Cliffs of Moher. The most popular route runs 12 miles between the scenic villages of Liscannor and Doolin . You know what I’m about to say: pack rain gear and waterproof boots.

Eras Tour Amsterdam, the Netherlands

two women standup paddleboarding on Amsterdam canals

Show Dates: July 4-6

Rent a stand up paddle board from Canal SUP (from $16-a-day)   and see the city from its most famous attraction. Amsterdam is also famous for its cycling. There’s plenty of places to rent one, or you can take advantage of the city’s bike share program for about $5-a-day.

Eras Tour Zürich, Switzerland

Paragliding over the Swiss Alps at Männlichen in Wengen

Show Dates: July 9-10

You’ll be 30 miles from the Swiss Alps , some of the most beautiful mountains on earth. Rent a car and drive into them, where virtually any activity is possible. From mountain biking to via ferrata to paragliding, you won’t go wrong. Heck, just driving around is about as good as it gets, too. For a basecamp check out Camping Arolla , the highest campground in the country. There, you can rent accommodation (glamping tents start at $118-a-night) or bring your own tent or camper. Parking spots start under $10-a-night).  

Eras Tour Milan, Italy

ferry boat in the town of Bellagio, Italy, as the sun sets on Lake Como

Show Dates: July 13-14

Rent a car (or preferably a motorcycle) and drive up to Lake Como. There, take one of the car ferry routes across the lake at sundown. For just a few bucks, you’ll get views Lake Como regular George Clooney might be jealous of. My favorite town on the lake is Mandello del Lario. Home to the world’s oldest motorcycle factory, you can tour Moto Guzzi headquarters , or simply enjoy the town’s working class heritage to enjoy an honest, affordable meal. Bring your hiking shoes and take the 5.6 mile loop up to Alp d’Era for stunning mountain views.

Eras Tour Hamburg, Germany

Lake Binnenalster, Alster Lakes, Hamburg, Germany

Show Dates: July 23-24

Taking a rowboat (from $16-an-hour ) across the Alster Lakes is the definitive experience here, but Hamburg is also a great place to cycle. The city’s StadtRAD bike share program is everywhere and costs only 12 Euros per day.

Eras Tour Munich, Germany

group of hikers on Zugspitze mountain in germany

Show Dates: July 27-28

Most people visit Munich to drink beer, but you can also do that after hiking. Germany’s highest peak, Zugspitze, stands 9,718 feet tall, and takes most of the day just to climb the 14 miles, let alone descend. A faster option is the cable car (tickets are about $67 per-person), and you can also take a classic cog-wheel train for the same price to the plateau, about halfway up, where many shorter hikes are available.

Eras Tour Warsaw, Poland

Aerial view of Warsaw old town in Poland during sunset

Show Dates: August 1-3

Did you know that Warsaw is home to stunning river beaches ? Located on the Vistula river, you can sunbathe, swim, or even enjoy a campfire. And visiting one won’t take you too far from the city’s stunning architecture and many historic castles.

Eras Tour Vienna, Austria

Schönbrunner Schlosspark (Park of Schonbrunn) in autumn colors, Vienna, Austria

Show Dates: August 9-10

Vienna maintains 14 excellent hiking trails right inside the city. The free Vienna Hiking Passport contains all the maps and information you’ll need, and you can fill it with stamps collected from each route. Earn all 14, and the city will   reward you with a commemorative pin.

Vienna is better known for its many spas . So you can unwind after all those hikes in a thermal pool or with a good massage. Therme Wien is the largest thermal pool in the city, day passes start at $22.

Eras Tour Miami, Florida

canoeing in mist in Everglades National Park

Show Dates: October 18-19

October is hurricane season in Florida, so I’d travel armed with backup plans. I’d also take the opportunity to go see the Everglades before they’re destroyed by climate change. There’s all sorts of ways you can do that, from self guided tours of the national park, to guided boat experiences. But if it was me, I’d help out with local conservation efforts by booking a guided python hunt. The species is invasive, and kills just about every native species of wildlife there is, and the hunting season is open year-round. You don’t even need to know how to shoot or hold a hunting license if all you want to do is tag along as locals catch their own. A night with the Python Huntress goes for $1,800 for a group of three. Plus, you’ll get to experience Florida culture at its finest.

Eras Tour New Orleans, Louisiana

Man canoeing through wetlands in new orleans Louisiana

Show Dates: October 25-27

Sure, y0u can visit to eat and drink like everyone else does, but New Orleans is another swamp town, and the best way to spend time in that unique environment in a or kayak. A three-hour kayak tour of the bayou can be had for as little as $65 per-person. You can also fish for speckled trout in Lake Ponchartrain on your own; the cooler weather in October starts getting them active. Or, head to the marsh to catch redfish on a fly with a guide for $805-a-day, per-boat.

Eras Tour Indianapolis, Indiana

Scenic view of lake against sky, Fort Harrison State Park, near Indianapolis

Show Dates: November 1-3

Indianapolis isn’t exactly a mountain town. So if you want to have an adventure, you’ll need to get creative. Indy Acres offers four different outdoor paintball fields, with both public events and private rentals available. Games are run seven days a week, and start at just $28 per-person, including equipment rental.  Nearby Parke County is also famous for its covered bridges , boasting 31 total. Those would make a great day-long driving tour. Hiking trails are available in Fort Harrison State Park. I’d take the 4-mile Lawrence Creek Trail , which will offer the best odds for solitude. There should be plenty of fall colors left in early November.

Eras Tour Toronto, Canada

Young couple hiking and relaxing in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada

Show Dates: November 14-23

Add a few nights to your trip before or after the concert, and head to a cottage on one of the 250,000 lakes   north of the city. It’s the definitive Ontario activity. Fall on the lakes is particularly beautiful, and you’ll be getting dustings of snow by November. Make sure you rent a winterized cabin and pack warm clothes. Look for cabins in Muskoka or Georgian Bay if it’s your first time, those areas enjoy more facilities and services than more rural climes.

Eras Tour Vancouver, Canada

puget sound ferry and orca

Show Dates: December 6-8

December is stormy in Vancouver. Sure, you could chase some early season snow in the nearby mountains, but I’d head for nearby Vancouver Island, and the many hotels and cabins located on its pacific coast. There, you can take in full might of the ocean, while staying safe inside facilities that run from basic to ultra luxury. The most famous hotel on the island is Wickaninnish Inn, where rooms during storm season start at $400-a-night. I’ve never not seen orcas on the ferry ride over.

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Taylor Swift Performs More Surprise Songs Mashups at Second Eras Tour Concert in Sydney

Taylor Swift was full of new surprises in Sydney, Australia.

On Saturday (Feb. 23), the second night of her Eras Tour stint at Accor Stadium, the pop superstar - who at each tour date performs two tracks that are not often heard during the show - delivered another pair of mashups during the acoustic section of her set.

For her first surprise track of the evening, Swift performed a mashup of "Should've Said No," from her 2006 self-titled debut, and "You're Not Sorry," from 2008's Fearless . The second mashup featured the singer sitting down at the piano for a medley of Reputation ‘s "New Year's Day" and "Peace" off Folklore .

Friday's show also found Swift announcing a third edition of her upcoming album, The Tortured Poets Department , titled "The Albatross," which features a limited bonus song of the same name. She dropped the news during her nightly surprise song section before bringing out opener Sabrina Carpenter to assist in singing a mashup of "White Horse" and "Coney Island."

These aren't the first mashups Swift has performed during the surprise songs portion of her Eras Tour concerts. The first unexpected medley arrived during her Feb. 17 show at Australia's Melbourne Cricket Ground, where she gave a three-song mashup of "Getaway Car," "August" and "The Other Side of the Door."

"I just really want you to be happy because you're making me happy," the pop star told Swifties before the medley. "So I figured you might want to hear this one, let me know though."

The following evening, Swift combined "Come Back… Be Here" from her Red era with Lover closing track "Daylight" at Melbourne Cricket Ground.

During the Feb. 18 show, Swift also issued a PSA about getting "creative" with the surprise songs. The singer previously told fans she's given herself permission to repeat songs she's already played this tour for the trek's international leg, which she's currently on. But she's still set on bringing some element of chaos to her nightly song choices.

"That was to challenge me to really get to all the ones that I just don't naturally gravitate towards, and I feel really proud about having done that," Swift said at the Melbourne show, referring to her original plan to avoid surprise song repeats throughout the tour.

"But this is sort of a public service announcement to everyone who might be anywhere else on the tour, or whatever, or watching this - we have a lot of people, we're very lucky to have a lot of people watch this on the internet and care about these shows if they're not here," she continued. "I've just been kind of rethinking, and I've been thinking I want to be as creative as possible with the acoustic set moving forward."

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