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Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Outfits, from Her Versace Bodysuit to Her Roberto Cavalli Dress

Taylor Swift is channeling looks from her past 10 albums on her Eras Tour. Take a look at her best outfits, including custom pieces from Versace, Roberto Cavalli and more

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Taylor Swift is proving she never goes out of "style" with her recent tour.

On March 17, the singer returned to the stage as she kicked off her highly anticipated Eras Tour . From show-stopping performances to creative transitions , the 3-hour and 13-minute set is a true spectacle but one of the best parts is Swift's stunning costumes.

As Swift takes fans through her extensive music catalog with her 44-song setlist , she perfectly pays tribute to her past 10 albums with custom outfits.

While some pieces are inspired by her different eras (the dazzling Versace bodysuit during the opener encapsulates her Lover aesthetic), other looks are direct references to past tours, including her Roberto Cavalli two-piece for her 1989 set and Nicole + Felicia gown for Speak Now .

Take a look at Swift's Eras Tour outfits ahead.

Taylor Swift's Atelier Versace bodysuit for her Lover set

As Swift opened the show with "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince" from Lover , she wore a custom Atelier Versace bodysuit adorned in pink and blue jewels, reflecting the dreamy pink and blue skies featured on the album's artwork. She paired the look with silver Christian Louboutin knee-high boots and a bedazzled microphone. During her Las Vegas show on March 24, Swift added a flower necklace by Versace to the ensemble.

During her second night of the tour, Swift surprised fans by wearing a completely different sparkling bodysuit. This look, also by Atelier Versace, was covered in blue and gold jewels, with a matching chain necklace and Christian Louboutin knee-high boots.

Taylor Swift's Versace bodysuit for her Lover set

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During her New Jersey show, Swift wore a new bodysuit by Versace, which included fringe tassels and beading. She paired the look with ombré boots and a Versace butterfly necklace, which was a co-design collaboration with Versace ambassador Dua Lipa.

Taylor Swift's Versace blazer for her Lover set

Before singing her hit song " The Man ," Swift completely transformed her look by adding a Versace blazer that complemented her Christian Louboutin knee-high boots.

Taylor Swift's black blazer for her Lover set

In addition to wearing a different Atelier Versace bodysuit during the second night of her tour, Swift also switched up during her performance of "The Man" by wearing a black pinstripe blazer with sequins.

Taylor Swift's Roberto Cavalli dress for her Fearless set

Swift donned her best dress by Roberto Cavalli as she performed a few songs from her album Fearless . The gold fringe dress was reminiscent of a similar look the designer created for her Speak Now Tour in 2011. She paired the look with Christian Louboutin boots and a bedazzled guitar .

For the second night of the tour, Swift donned a different Roberto Cavalli dress, which was slightly longer and featured gold and silver sequins in an ombré pattern.

Taylor Swift's Etro dress for her Evermore set

Swift went for a whimsical look as she performed various songs from her album Evermore in a yellow Etro dress that featured a corset top and beading detail down the front. For her bewitching performance of "Willow" she added a matching Etro cape.

During her New Jersey concert, Swift wore a new dress for her Evermore set, which was created by Marco de Vincenzo for Etro. This dress played into the woodsy nature of the Evermore album with a darker burgundy color and ruffles throughout.

Taylor Swift's Roberto Cavalli catsuit for her Reputation set

Swift slithered into a Roberto Cavalli catsuit as she performed her Reputation set on stage. The outfit, which featured an intricate pattern resembling snakes intertwined down the one long leg of the ensemble, was reminiscent of the many bodysuits Swift wore during her Reputation Stadium Tour as it was covered in black sequins resembling scales.

Taylor Swift's Nicole + Felicia gown for her Speak Now set

Despite only performing one song during her Speak Now set, Swift nonetheless left fans wonderstruck as she donned a Nicole + Felicia gown for her performance of "Enchanted." The gold gown certainly felt like a homage to Swift's Valentino ballgown from her Speak Now Tour.

Taylor Swift's Zuhair Murad gown for her Speak Now set

During night two, Swift looked like a real-life princess as she wore a Zuhair Murad ballgown , this time in a pink hue that popped against the stage's violet lighting.

Taylor Swift's Elie Saab ballgown for her Speak Now set

During the first night of her Tampa concert, Swift wore a new dress for her Speak Now set, dressing up in an Elie Saab Haute Couture silk tulle ballgown embroidered with gardenia-colored organza petals.

In New Jersey, wore another Elie Saab ballgown in a pale pink. The dress also featured lots of tulle and detailing on the front.

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During her Speak Now release weekend, Swift debuted another dress for her Speak Now set, wearing a custom Nicole + Felicia gown. The dress featured multiple layers, with varying colors of purple as a tribute to her third album.

Taylor Swift's Nicole + Felicia gown during her Speak Now set

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Just before announcing 1989 (Taylor's Version) on Aug. 9, Swift donned a blue dress by Nicole + Felicia during her Speak Now set. She continued to wear different blue outfits throughout the concert.

Taylor Swift's Ashish shirt for her Red set

At the beginning of her Red set, Swift recreated her iconic look from her "22" music video, in which she wears a shirt that reads "Not a lot going on at the moment" with a fedora and shorts. For the concert, she made one critical change, dropping the "not" from the T-shirt slogan. The shirt was custom by Ashish paired with Christian Louboutin loafers and a Gladys Tamez hat.

Swift recreated her "22" music video outfit again for night two, thought this time the shirt featured a lyric from the song: "Who's Taylor Swift anyway? Ew."

While performing in Arlington, Texas, Swift wore another version of her "22" shirt, this time with the text "We are never getting back together. Like ever."

Taylor Swift's Ashish romper for her Red set

As Swift moved on to other songs on her Red album, including "I Knew You Were Trouble," she took off her "22" inspired shirt and hat to reveal a sequin Ashish romper in red and black.

Taylor Swift's Ashish coat for her Red set

Swift threw on an Ashish coat over her romper as she performed her 10-minute version of "All Too Well" on stage with a coordinating red guitar.

Taylor Swift's Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set

Swift was back in boho for songs from Folklore , in a flowing lilac Alberta Ferretti gown similar to the dress she wore during her 2021 Grammys performance . She even brought back the Folklore house for the performance.

During night two, Swift wore another Alberta Ferretti dress, this time in an off-white hue covered in crystal embroidery. The gown's flowing, cape-like sleeves were made for twirling.

For her March 24 show in Las Vegas, Swift debuted a third Alberta Ferretti dress as she performed her Folklore set. This dress combined various features from her previous two dresses, with a soft pink hue, cape-like sleeves and sequin details throughout.

During night one in Tampa, Swift wore yet another Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set. This look was in bright green featuring a plunging neckline, mesh detailing and leaves embroideries.

Taylor Swift's Alberta Ferretti dress during her Folklore set

Swift wore a new Alberta Ferretti gown for her Folklore set on Aug. 9, just before announcing 1989 (Taylor's Version) .

Taylor Swift's Roberto Cavalli top and skirt for her 1989 set

Swift recreated one of her memorable 1989 World Tour outfits as she wore a matching Roberto Cavalli top and skirt. The pink set was perfectly paired with dazzling Christian Louboutin boots.

On night two, the star stepped out in a similar beaded matching set by the brand, but this time in a vivid green shade that continued onto her Christian Louboutin boots.

As she performed her 1989 songs, Swift opted for an orange Roberto Cavalli two-piece set with matching Christian Louboutin boots.

Taylor Swift's blue top and skirt for her 1989 set

As she performed her 1989 songs, Swift wore a new variation of her top and skirt set, this time in a striking blue color.

Taylor Swift's Jessica Jones dress for her acoustic set

As Swift performed a few acoustic songs during night one, including "Tim McGraw" from her debut album, she donned a Jessica Jones dress that featured cap sleeves and pleats. The designer has created many of Swift's most iconic looks, including numerous outfits from her Reputation stadium tour and her gold bodysuit at the 2019 American Music Awards when she accepted artist of the decade .

Taylor Swift's green dress for her acoustic set

Swift opted for a similar dress, this time in green, as she performed alongside Marcus Mumford for her acoustic set in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 25.

Taylor Swift's yellow dress for her acoustic set

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As Swift started wearing her orange Roberto Cavalli two-piece set with matching Christian Louboutin boots for her 1989 set, she began wearing a yellow dress on top of her outfit as she performed her acoustic set.

Taylor Swift's blue dress for her acoustic set

During the last leg of her U.S. tour, Swift donned a blue dress for the special announcement of 1989 (Taylor's Version) , which she debuted the album cover art for on stage. She followed up by playing the hit "New Romantics" from the album.

Taylor Swift's Oscar de la Renta t-shirt and jacket for her Midnights set

For the beginning of her Midnights set, Swift wore a similar look to the one seen in her "Lavender Haze" music video as she paired an Oscar de la Renta crystal t-shirt with an Oscar de la Renta faux fur coat.

Taylor Swift's Oscar de la Renta bodysuit for her Midnights set

As she performed "Midnight Rain," Swift did a quick costume change on stage as she took off her Oscar de la Renta t-shirt to reveal an Oscar de la Renta bodysuit. The outfit, which was in the perfect shade of (what else?) midnight blue, was bejeweled with various beading throughout giving it the appearance of a midnight sky. She paired the look with matching Christian Louboutin boots.

Taylor Swift's Zuhair Murad bodysuit for her Midnights set

For her March 24 show in Las Vegas, Swift switched up her Midnights outfit with a custom look by Zuhair Murad. The midnight blue bodysuit was covered in blue crystals and beaded fringes and even had a matching garter.

During her Los Angeles shows, Swift debuted a new bodysuit by Zuhair Murad for her Midnights set, which was fittingly in midnight blue bodysuit and "adorned with shimmering crystal embellishments, cascading intricate beaded fringes, and accompanied by a coordinating garter," per Zuhair Murad's Instagram .

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Taylor Swift Made the ‘Eras Tour’ Shimmer in ‘Lover’ Bodysuit and Bedazzled Heels

Taylor Swift New 'Lover' Bodysuit Eras Tour Performance

Taylor Swift swept Us away with new hot pink Eras Tour outfits. 

Kicking off her international leg of shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Swift, 33, graced the stage on Thursday, November 9, in a custom Versace bodysuit that gave off “Lover” vibes. The flattering one-piece was covered with fuchsia crystals and sequins that made her shine bright like a diamond. 

Swift paired the catsuit with bespoke bubblegum pink Christian Louboutin boots. The fashion house “produced a range of both custom and existing silhouettes in a variety of shapes and heels” for Swift, according to the luxury label’s website. The red sole Eleonora Botta boots feature “thousands of strass crystals” that were made with “one by one hand-applied intricate crystal embroideries and colorways.” Swift topped the look off with fishnets stockings layered over shimmery Capezio tights. 

The pop star wore the outfits while singing her songs, “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince,” “Cruel Summer,” “The Man,” “You Need to Calm Down,” “Lover,” and “The Archer” for her Lover era of the tour. 

Taylor Swift New 'Lover' Bodysuit Eras Tour Performance

While singing “The Man,” Swift suited up in a Versace blazer. Like the bodysuit, the jacket was adorned with jewels, making the hitmaker sparkle from every angle in the stadium. 

Taylor Swift Is Absolutely Bejeweled in Her Eras Tour Concert Outfits

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During her U.S. leg of the tour, Swift donned different versions of the “Lover” bodysuit and “The Man” blazer.

One piece featured blue, purple and pink sequins and crystals while another was made with blue, gold and silver embellishments. The third gave Us a “Lavender Haze” feel with purple and gold crystals finished with lilac tassels dangling over her legs.

Swift’s previous Eras Tour looks in the U.S. also included a sparkly silver jacket that she occasionally swapped out for a black sequin version finished with silver stripes and gold buttons.

Taylor Swift New 'Lover' Bodysuit Eras Tour Performance

During the rest of her Thursday set, Swift sported ball gowns during her Speak Now era, fringe mini dresses while singing songs from Fearless , a black catsuit with red snakes for Reputation , cottagecore numbers for her Folklore and Evermore albums, shorts and a black hat — which she gave away to a fan — during Red and a navy blue bodysuit for Midnights . 

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During her Midnights routine, Swift sparkled in an Oscar de la Renta leotard featuring a fringed skirt with dangling beads and a garter. White singing “Vigilante S–t,” she gave the audience a seductive lap dance. 

The Eras Tour is set to continue in Asia, Europe and Australia before returning to the U.S. and Canada in October 2024.

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Every Single Outfit Taylor Swift Wore to Kick Off Her Eras Tour

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When Taylor Swift's highly anticipated Eras Tour kicked off in Glendale, Arizona (aptly changed to "Swift City" for the concert weekend), fans were treated to a journey through the singer-songwriter's extensive music history. In true Taylor fashion, though, this doesn't just mean a performance of her top hits. Taylor transported concert-goers back to her many “eras” through larger-than-life visuals, but more importantly, through every memorable fashion moment. During the first two nights of her 44-song concert, Taylor wears over 20 different looks, from custom Versace to Roberto Cavalli.

We're breaking down every outfit the singer has worn on her Eras tour thus far. Scroll on to see all of our favorite "Bejeweled" looks.

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Night one of the tour began in Taylor’s Lover era, which can best be described through rainbows, pastels, and lots of glitter. Ms. Swift took the stage in a custom bejeweled bodysuit by Versace. The outfit nodded back to her Reputation tour days when Taylor would perform in embellished bodysuits and shiny pantyhose, but the pastel jeweling on this leotard gave it the ultimate Lover treatment.

Still in her Lover era, Taylor slipped into a bedazzled suit jacket from Versace to perform her hit song “The Man.” The coat matched perfectly with her Christian Louboutin silver knee-high heeled boots, which she donned during the performance.

For night two in ERAzona, Taylor started the night in a similar bodysuit, but this time with blue and gold jewel detailing, as opposed to the pink and blue colors she wore the first night. She also switched up her blazer for “The Man” and wore black pinstripes with hints of sparkle.

Following Lover , Taylor dove right into her Fearless era while wearing her “best dress,” a gold fringe Roberto Cavalli mini dress. Fans will remember seeing a similar version of this dress during the 2011 Fearless tour. Of course, this early-era look wouldn’t be complete without pairing it with her iconic crystal-encrusted acoustic guitar.

During Fearless night two, Taylor took a less literal approach to her 2011 look and instead opted for an ombre gold and silver midi dress, also by Roberto Cavalli.

Fans often joke that Taylor doesn’t share the same love for Evermore as she does for its sister, Folklore , but she set the record straight while performing five songs from the album while wearing this ethereal yellow number by Etro.

Taylor took a surprising jump into her Reputation era following a few tears shed during Evermore , but Swifties know to expect the unexpected. To perform “Ready For It?” she embodied her edgier side in a snake-embellished one-legged bodysuit.

Speak Now Swifties only got to hear one song from the singer’s third album, but the jaw-dropping ball gown that Taylor emerged in eased the pain. For her “Enchanted” performance, she chose a Nicole + Felicia gold ball gown that felt like the older sister to the gold Valentino gown she wore during the 2011 Speak Now Tour.

The next night, Taylor wore an equally as show-stopping pink ball gown from Zuhair Murad to perform during her Speak Now era.

Taylor might be 33 years old now, but she took us back to her Red era with a performance of “22,” which, by the way, is 10 years old. It’s fine, we’re fine. She embraced the iconic outfit from the “22” music video and performed in a shirt that read “A lot going on at the moment,” a subtle change from the “Not a lot going on at the moment” she wore in the original video.

For night two, she wore the same look, including Christian Louboutin loafers and a Gladys Tamez hat, but wore a tee that read, “Who’s Taylor Swift Anyway? Ew.”

Taylor continued the Red era by changing into a black and red sequin Ashish romper. She also added a sequin Ashish coat to the look while singing her ten-minute version of “All Too Well.”

Taylor entered her cottagecore era with Folklore , wearing a flowy purple Alberta Ferretti gown. Excuse us while we find an equally as elegant dupe from Free People to wear to our concert.

The next night, Taylor wore a similar airy gown from Alberta Ferretti during Folklore , but this time in an off white shade.

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Taylor entered her 1989 era in style—sorry, we had to—wearing a matching Roberto Cavalli set. She matched the maroon two-piece with a pair of Christian Louboutin boots in the same shade.

On night two, Taylor kept the same style Roberto Cavalli set, but this time she wore it in a bright green shade, again with matching Christian Louboutin boots.

It’s not over yet. During her debut era, Taylor wore a Jessica Jones dress while singing an acoustic version of her first breakout song, "Tim McGraw."

To begin her Midnights set, Taylor wore a glittering Oscar de la Renta dress with an Oscar de la Renta faux fur coat, similar to the one she wore in her music video for “Lavender Haze.”

Taylor closed the three-hour show wearing a midnight blue Oscar de la Renta beaded bodysuit with matching Christian Louboutin heeled boots. The best part, though? She finished the look with a rainbow fringe coat. It’s not a want—it’s a need.

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Taylor Swift Made the ‘Eras Tour’ Shimmer in ‘Lover’ Bodysuit and Bedazzled Heels

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Taylor Swift swept Us away with new hot pink Eras Tour outfits. 

Kicking off her international leg of shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Swift, 33, graced the stage on Thursday, November 9, in a custom Versace bodysuit that gave off “Lover” vibes. The flattering one-piece was covered with fuchsia crystals and sequins that made her shine bright like a diamond. 

Swift paired the catsuit with bespoke bubblegum pink Christian Louboutin boots. The fashion house “produced a range of both custom and existing silhouettes in a variety of shapes and heels” for Swift, according to the luxury label’s website. The red sole Eleonora Botta boots feature “thousands of strass crystals” that were made with “one by one hand-applied intricate crystal embroideries and colorways.” Swift topped the look off with fishnets stockings layered over shimmery Capezio tights. 

The pop star wore the outfits while singing her songs, “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince,” “Cruel Summer,” “The Man,” “You Need to Calm Down,” “Lover,” and “The Archer” for her Lover era of the tour. 

While singing “The Man,” Swift suited up in a Versace blazer. Like the bodysuit, the jacket was adorned with jewels, making the hitmaker sparkle from every angle in the stadium. 

Taylor Swift Is Absolutely ‘Bejeweled’ in Her ‘Eras Tour’ Concert Outfits: See Photos

During her U.S. leg of the tour, Swift donned different versions of the “Lover” bodysuit and “The Man” blazer.

One piece featured blue, purple and pink sequins and crystals while another was made with blue, gold and silver embellishments. The third gave Us a “Lavender Haze” feel with purple and gold crystals finished with lilac tassels dangling over her legs.

Swift’s previous Eras Tour looks in the U.S. also included a sparkly silver jacket that she occasionally swapped out for a black sequin version finished with silver stripes and gold buttons.

During the rest of her Thursday set, Swift sported ball gowns during her Speak Now era, fringe mini dresses while singing songs from Fearless , a black catsuit with red snakes for Reputation , cottagecore numbers for her Folklore and Evermore albums, shorts and a black hat — which she gave away to a fan — during Red and a navy blue bodysuit for Midnights . 

Celebrities Who Had the Time of Their Lives at Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’: Selena Gomez, Emma Stone, HAIM and More

During her Midnights routine, Swift sparkled in an Oscar de la Renta leotard featuring a fringed skirt with dangling beads and a garter. White singing “Vigilante S--t,” she gave the audience a seductive lap dance. 

The Eras Tour is set to continue in Asia, Europe and Australia before returning to the U.S. and Canada in October 2024.

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Inside Taylor Swift's 'Eras' tour wardrobe – from designer sketches to outfit details

The star performs a three-hour set in a series of striking bodysuits and ball gowns

Taylor Swift is back and she means business. The singer's much-anticipated 'Eras' tour is well underway and, as you might expect, the impressive three-hour set features a string of high-octane, custom-made looks.

The show, which is currently travelling across America before heading off internationally, is split into different sections to represent each of Swift's albums, with bespoke outfits for every era.

"The tour represents a very important moment in Taylor's career, because she conceived and built it as a journey through the different moments, or as the title suggests, the musical eras defining her career," explained Alberta Ferretti, one of the designers behind one of Swift's many on-stage ensembles. "I'm honoured that she asked me to design dresses for this special occasion. I have always been fascinated by women who constantly question and challenge themselves and Taylor, with her work, has demonstrated to be a multifaceted artist, able to constantly transform and evolve."

Each look was carefully considered and designed to represent the feel of each album: a floaty lilac Alberta Ferretti gown and a ruffled orange Etro design for Folklore , for example, or a one-legged snake-motif Roberto Cavalli jumpsuit for Reputation. As the tour continues, it's also become clear that Swift intends to switch up the wardrobe from venue to venue, debuting new pieces as she goes.

Here, we chart some highlights from her impressive tour wardrobe, from designer sketches to up-close details:

Nicole + Felicia

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Taylor Swift performed onstage in a beautiful lilac Nicole + Felicia ballgown, featuring a tiered tulle skirt that captured the light beautifully, thanks to its crystal-embellished finish.

Nicole + Felicia shared a glimpse into how the breathtaking dress was made in the brand's atelier, from the original sketch to the final product.

Jessica Jones

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For her more acoustic songs, Taylor Swift chose a beautiful ruffled red dress by designer Jessica Jones. She wore the gown with some glittering Christian Louboutin boots, which seem to be a staple style in her Eras tour wardrobe.

Roberto Cavalli

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Taylor Swift treated fans to the ultimate party look – an orange shimmering two-piece by Roberto Cavalli. Its beautiful design gave the illusion of crystal water droplets, which moved effortlessly as she performed onstage. She wore the outfit with her go-to sequin Christian Louboutin boots.

Alberta Ferretti

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For the Florida leg of the tour, Taylor Swift wore a green chiffon gown with a deep neckline, flowing sleeves and embroidered leaf detailing, designed by Alberta Ferretti.

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Swift performed on-stage in a beautiful Elie Saab couture gown that was covered in floral appliqué and shimmering beading.

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The singer performed in a sequinned pinstripe blazer by Versace, featuring gold stripes and matching buttons.

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Swift wore a sequinned Ashish t-shirt embroidered with her lyrics, with a Gladys Tamez Millinery hat. The text on her slogan tees has been changing at each stop of the tour.

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The singer twirled across the Las Vegas stage in this delicate chiffon gown with voluminous sleeves. The lace detail and crystal embroideries caught the light beautifully as she moved.

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Zuhair Murad

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Swift has made embellished bodysuits central to her 'Eras' wardrobe. This purple beaded look by Zuhair Murad, complete with co-ordinating knee-high boots by Christian Louboutin, took more than 350 hours to create from 20,000 glittering crystals and pearls – and she even wore a matching beaded garter.

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Taylor Swift kicked off her tour in Arizona wearing a custom-made Zuhair Murad Couture tulle ballgown – featuring beautiful beading, sequins, pearls and crystal embellishments all over the voluminous skirt and bodice. The impressive dress required 50 metres of tulle, while the elaborate design took more than 350 hours of handwork to create in the brand's atelier.

Oscar de la Renta

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On opening night, Swift closed the show in a beautiful deep midnight-blue leotard (fittingly, to perform tracks from her most recent album, Midnights ) designed by Oscar de la Renta, which featured beaded fringing and thousands of crystals, paired with matching glittery boots.

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Swift wore a gold-fringed Roberto Cavalli couture mini-dress, designed by creative director Fausto Puglisi, which she teamed with a pair of silver cowboy boots. The dress shimmered with embroidered metallic fringing that formed a zig-zag pattern, with a sweetheart neckline.

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One of her most dramatic looks from opening night was this Roberto Cavalli one-legged jumpsuit. The design features a black sheer sleeve, glittering material and a three-dimensional embroidered snake motif winding from the bottom of her leg to the top of her neck. The ruby red snake contrasts with the black bezels of the design, which she matched with black ankle boots.

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour

Everything you need to know about the Taylor Swift Eras Tour . From the Eras Tour setlist to timing, what to wear (Taylor Swift concert outfit ideas), and tips for the best concert experience.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Setlist

After attending the opening weekend in Glendale, Arizona of the Taylor Swift Eras Tour with my husband, we both easily added this to our top 5 date nights of all time! We like Taylor a lot, we enjoy her music, and we’ve even been to the Reputation Tour for a date five years ago. But nothing could have prepared us for the amazing experience we’d have during the Eras Tour show!

If you’re attending an Eras Tour, or just soaking it up vicariously, here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know for the Taylor Swift Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Timing

6:25- opening act starts..

I’m going to break the concert down chronologically to show timing and walk you through the Eras in order. Brace yourself, this is 3 hours and 15 minutes with 44 songs performed at full energy with amazing set designs and 16 costumes that change through each era. Let me walk you through them all!

On opening weekend in Phoenix, Gayle was the first act. Tickets said 6:30, but she indeed started five minutes early. In fact, this set a precedence for the rest of the night, everyone went on five minutes early. She played for 20 minutes, four songs, and was done by 6:45.

6:55- Opening Act 2 stars.

On opening weekend in Phoenix, this was Paramore. They played for 40 minutes. It was a mix of new songs, big hits, and Hayley Williams talking about Taylor and what a music icon and wonderful human and friend she is.

At 7:50 a clock appears on the main stage screen counting down until midnight.

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Taylor Performance Time

7:55 taylor takes the stage.

Taylor comes up in the middle of the diamond part of the stage under the giant waving fabric that looks like butterflies. Everyone was given a wristband when they enter the stadium, and that lights up and creates different colors, moods, and sparkles through each era. As soon as Taylor takes the stage, wristbands light up and the first era begins.

Era 1: Lover

Taylor comes out in a dazzling sparkling leotard and knee boots to match. Each night the costumes vary in color, so be on the lookout for all the sparkly Lover colors and slight variations and colors on costumes. She opens with Miss American and the Heartbreak Prince.

You’ll hear six total songs from Lover during this era.

Lover Songs Performed:

  • Miss Americana 
  • Cruel Summer 
  • The Man 
  • You need to calm down 
  • Lover 
  • The Archer 

Era 2: Fearless

Enter all the gold, the sparkles, the fireworks, and Taylor in the shimmering golden fringe dress with silver boots. She pulls out a bedazzled white guitar that she shared her parents gluing rhinestones on the night before the tour. She looks stunning, she sounds stunning, and she’s taking you right back to her country roots.

Fearless Songs Performed:

  • Fearless  
  • You Belong With Me 
  • Love Story 

Taylor drops down a trap door in the middle of a giant LED guitar on stage and enters into…

Era 3: Evermore

Giant pine trees, smoke machines, and glitter magic take over the stage as Taylor appears in an embroidered maxi dress. She’ll add a cape, a moss-covered piano and a great mix of songs from this newer album.

Evermore Songs Performed

  • Tis the Damn Season 
  • Willow 
  • Marjorie 
  • Champagne Problems 
  • Tolerate It 

Taylor drops towards the back of the stage and it goes completely black into…

Era 4: Reputation

Snakes start slithering up the stage, on the LED screen, and the pulse of ready for it with the song of clicking heels escalate until Taylor steps into a spotlight. She’s wearing a red and black sequin outfit with snakes climbing up the legs. She has fully stepped into the Reputation era, and she rocks the music from this album at full energy!

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Reputation Songs Performed

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

She disappears in the middle of the diamond center of the stage, and the entire ambiance completely shifts to…

Era 5: Speak Now

Wristbands turn purple and a purple fog that looks like a romantic cloud covers the stage. A beautifully haunting “Please don’t be in love with someone else” starts for just a minute while Taylor changes. Taylor then comes out in a beautiful sparkling princess dress and graces us with one song from Speak Now.

Speak Now Songs Performed:

We enter Taylor’s pop era full of the color red and it starts with a clown-type character playing with a box that sings lines from Red songs. Taylor emerges full of energy, just like she’s 22 in a sparkly leotard bottom with a t-shirt on top. Her first night it was the “Not a lot going on at the moment” and the second night it was the “Who is Taylor Swift anyway? Eh” shirt.

She graces us with all the dancing and fun from the very famous Red Tour that won her performer on the year.

Red Songs Performed:

  • We Are Never Getting Back Together 
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well (10-minute version) 

I have to add that the All Too Well 10-minute version alone makes the concert worthwhile! Taylor adds a dramatic sparkly robe to her leotard and pulls out a guitar to sing the emotionally stripped-down version with every shred of emotion behind the song. And you’d better believe the ENTIRE audience is belting it out with her! It’s a moment, and it shows her storytelling skills and ability to connect to an audience in a way that is nothing short or legendary.

While we’re all ready to catch our breath from the emotional moment that is All Too Well (10-minute version), Taylor disappears and reappears for the next era.

Era 7: Folklore

This must be one of Taylor’s favorites because she graced us with the most songs from this era. She also graces us with the log cabin from Folklore and sings in a grassy wonderland, a rainbow, a cloud, and a stage that looks like star beams are springing along in the most magical way.

Folklore Songs Performed:

  • Invisible String
  • The Last Great American dynasty 
  • August 
  • Illicit affairs
  • My tears ricochet
  • Cardigan 

Taylor rocks a light-colored maxi dress that looks and feels like a dream. And she disappears on the stage to come back with a very different look and era.

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Era 8: 1989

Queue all the dance music and the stadium literally rocking and dancing while Taylor enters in a sequin crop top and mini skirt ready to take you back to her official move into pop.

The dancers are incredible, and the effects from this era actually made people gasp. From laser lights to people in LED boxes, to actual fire shooting through the air during Bad Blood, this may be the highest energy era. Even in a modern stadium, I wondered if the Swifties would shake it to the ground dancing to “Shake it Off”!

1989 Songs Performed:

  • Style 
  • Blank Space 
  • Shake it Off 
  • Wildest dreams 
  • Bad Blood 

The Surprise Era: Acoustic

From all the energy to head to the edge of the stage with a piano, Taylor surprises, and delights fans with a quick set of two acoustic songs. She adds a romantic dress on top of her sparkly outfit and thanks fans for being there. She acknowledges how hard it was to get tickets, how many traveled to come, and the costumes and outfit recreations Swifties make to turn a concert into an event. It’s a moment where a very real human bonds with other real humans for supporting her and being her fans. And she takes that opportunity to sing stripped-down acoustic songs, possibly while catching her breath. But possibly not, because she seems fine while the audience all needs a minute to sit down and catch theirs.

I’d love to give the setlist, but Taylor announced she’d be doing different acoustic songs at each show. So get ready for a fun surprise!

Night one she sang:

Night two she sang:

  • This is Me Trying
  • State of Grace

So by the time the Taylor Swift Eras Tour ends, she may perform every one of her songs!

Oh and get ready for a fun transition after she finishes the second song- you don’t want to miss it!

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Era 9: Midnights

Taylor ends with her latest album, Midnights, and gives us seven songs and a lot of last-minute set effects and costume changes to celebrate it!

Queue the dreamy clouds and Taylor in a sparkly 1960s-style frock ready to celebrate her most recently released album. Followed by a revenge dress, and the most sparkly jacket in the world to send off her crowd with one final song.

Midnights Songs Performed:

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

A final bow at the end of Karma thanking the entire crew and team who put on the show happens with fireworks shooting throughout the arena. Just solidifying your thoughts that yes indeed, you just did attend the best concert of your life.

One would think Taylor would be tired after three hours and fifteen minutes, but you would never know it. She keeps her energy and enthusiasm the entire show, which honestly, was flawless.

As a wrap-up of the concert, here’s the complete setlist.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Setlist

Get ready for Taylor to sing and perform 44 Songs. Here’s the setlist for the Eras Tour in order.

  • Fearless 
  • Enchanted 
  • The last great American dynasty 
  • 2 Acoustic songs (she mixes up the acoustic and her outfits every concert – so get ready for a surprise!)

Taylor Swift Concert Outfit Ideas

Wondering what to wear to the Taylor Swift Eras tour ? Here are some outfit ideas to make getting ready for the concert a breeze!

Taylor Swift Concert Outfit Ideas

  • Copy one of Taylor’s looks This was one of the popular options, and one people went all out for! I saw people wearing Bejeweled outfits from her music video, ballerina outfits from Shake it Off, ringmaster costumes from her Red tour, and people in gowns from Love Story. My niece rocked the dress from the Delicate video .
  • An outfit inspired by one of Taylor’s Eras You can’t go wrong rocking something super sparkly as she wore in 1989 and Fearless. Many people wore flannels like Evermore. I loved seeing all the cowboy boots and pretty dresses like her debut album. The Rainbow and pastels in outfits inspired by the Lover era looked fantastic. And when in doubt, anything completely shiny and sparkly as she wears in concerts was completely appropriate!
  • A Taylor-Inspired T-Shirt Etsy will be your best friend to find a great Taylor Eras tour shirt ! Artists have taken her lyrics, created puns, drawn sketches, and assembled butterflies that resemble each of her albums. A cute and comfy Eras Tour-inspired shirt is a great idea! And this Not a Lot Going on At the Moment t-shirt was a huge hit with men and women! Did I mention sparkles? My sequin top with black jeans fit in perfectly. I’ve never seen that much sparkle in one crowd!

What do men wear?

Most men wore either a color of Taylor’s album. or they rocked Taylor Swift men’s t-shirts . Many were very funny shirts with a play on words or lyrics. A few dressed in costumes. And many bought tour shirts and wore those.

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Eras Tour Tips

  • Get there early! The lines are long, and you don’t want to miss the show. Plan at least an hour to get through security and find a seat. And I’d plan one more for parking. Yep, at least two hours early is ideal.
  • You’re going to need a clear bag. You can use a Ziplock bag if all else fails, but a plastic bag designed for concerts is best.
  • The merch lines are long! Many people reported waiting 2 hours to get their merch. I’d buffer more time if you are planning to pick some up.
  • There are many merch lines! Go inside, upstairs, outside, etc. You can avoid a lot of the crowds looking around and finding another option.
  • Bring a sealed water bottle. You can bring one per person, and they’re a lot with long lines at venues.
  • Bring a portable phone charger . You’ll be there for many hours. There’s a good chance you’ll record a lot of the show. Our entire party had to charge their phone at least once. Here’s our favorite phone charger that will give you two full charges from empty to full.
  • Plan for traffic after. It took us an hour to get out of the Glendale arena, and another hour from our normal commute time to get through freeway traffic. I’d plan for traffic and a late night after.

Play to have an amazing experience on the Taylor Swift Eras Tour. She’s an entertainer of the year often after all, and it’s truly going to be the most remarkable experience!

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The Eras Tour: The Intricate World-Building Behind Taylor Swift’s Most Ambitious Sets Ever

By Katherine McLaughlin

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There’s a joke circling the internet following the opening weekend of Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour: look at any random collection of photos taken throughout the night—some even snapped mere minutes apart—and you’d never know they all came from the same show. What starts in a hazy pink, cotton candy dreamscape ends in a sultry, sparkling twilight—with plenty of undulating stops in the middle, from ethereal fairytale woods to the energetic skyscrapers of the concrete jungle. “[The stage] changed for almost every song, which is crazy to think about considering most artists have the same stage for their entire set list,” Maya Minocha, a fan who was at the opening weekend in Glendale, Arizona, tells  AD.  

Following the COVID-19-induced cancellation of Swift’s sixth headline tour, Lover Fest, in 2020, The Eras Tour is her triumphant return to live music. Three new albums and two rerecorded records later, the three-hour 44-song show recaps every era of her 17-year career in her most ambitious performance to date. “The sets absolutely made this possible,” Ginnie Low, who also attended the shows and runs the TikTok account The Thrifty Swiftie , says. “I didn’t move from my tiny little seat area the whole concert, but was transported to 10 different worlds.” Ariel Miranda , another concert-goer agrees. “It was such an immersive experience,” she says. With a distinct focus on world building,  AD takes a look at the incredible set design that helps bring her music to life throughout the 52-date sold-out tour. 

The Lover Era 

Swift during the opening number of The Eras Tour.

Swift during the opening number of The Eras Tour

Swift opened the show with tracks off of her seventh studio album,  Lover. “It was as if she picked up right from where she left off,” Miranda says. Having characterized the album with yellow, pink, and blue pastels, Swift—outfitted in a shimmering leotard—belted songs like “Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince” and “Cruel Summer” while dancers wielding billowing tapestries performed beneath a rosy glow.

Taylor Swift performs in front of the “Lover House” during the Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift performs in front of the Lover House during The Eras Tour. 

At one point in the  Lover set, a familiar dollhouse-like home appeared behind Swift, which many fans recognize from the “Lover” music video. “The screen began flashing images that eventually would piece together to become the Lover House, which was a huge Easter egg,” Miranda adds. In the video, Swift and costar Christian Owens move through various colored rooms  within a house in a snow globe. When the music video first dropped, fans theorized that each room represented one of her existing albums, and with the release of three new albums, many believe the home is now complete . 

During The Man” Swift used scaffolding and office props to emulate a corporate environment.

During “The Man,” Swift uses scaffolding and office props to emulate a corporate environment. 

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Other notable scenes from the Lover section of the show include a full-scale office cosplay moment during “The Man,” where Swift sings about the sexism she’s faced throughout her career. 

The Fearless Era

Projects and stage lights provided a golden glow during the Fearless era.

Projects and stage lights provide a golden glow during the Fearless era. 

Next up in the night, Swift performed three songs from her second album,  Fearless, for which she won album of the year in 2010 at the Grammys (the youngest artist to ever win the accolade). Though she was certainly popular in country circles following her self-titled debut album, it was this second record that established her mainstream success. And not only did the singer bring back some classic circa 2009  dance moves , she also brought back a dazzling gold motif that she employed when promoting the album over a decade ago. 

Taylor Swift with her jeweled guitar.

Taylor Swift with her bejeweled guitar

Outfitted in soft curls and sequins, Swift was often portrayed as the girl next door and an American sweetheart during this period. Though she did, at times, lean into this persona, fans remember her determination to be bold, strong, and, yes, fearless. The sparkles and shine acted as visual representation of this.

For fans, perhaps the most exciting Easter egg was a nod to the bedazzled guitar that she toured with during her  Fearless era. In an Instagram story, Swift revealed that it was her parents who artfully stuck the shimmering crystals onto her acoustic guitar just days before The Eras Tour kicked off. 

The Evermore Era

Taylor Swift performs songs from her ninth album Evermore at the Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift performs songs from her ninth album, Evermore, at The Eras Tour. 

“The most striking moment was as she transitioned from Fearless to Evermore ,” Low opines. “The woods grew out of the stage.” A sister album to her 2020  Folklore,  Swift’s ninth album, Evermore, was positioned as a deeper exploration of the “folklorian woods,” a fictional, cottagecore-inspired place used to direct her first foray into indie folk music. Throughout this portion of the night, massive oak-like trees took center stage while Swift crooned behind a moss-covered piano. 

Taylor Swift performs songs from her ninth album Evermore at the Eras Tour.

Swift uses a moss-covered piano for songs during this set. 

“I loved the Evermore era setup, particularly during her performance of ‘Willow,’” Miranda says. “It really made you feel like someone literally just picked you up and dropped you straight into this particular Taylor Swift album.” Sonically, Evermore was understood as a more gothic album compared to  Folkore. The bare trees and snow covered woods represent that, and they also show Swift’s desire to strip back layers and portray innately raw, natural storytelling. 

The Reputation Era

Swift standing atop a raise stage during the Reputation era of the concert.

Swift stands atop a raised stage during the Reputation era of the concert. 

Spawned from Swift’s 2016 public feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West,  Reputation represented the singer’s reflection on fame and public perception and an opportunity to rewrite the “good girl” narrative she’d carried around for years. Though the album is often billed as defensive and reactive, it remains one of her most misunderstood collections: It’s also full of love songs and sweet moments. The dark stadium and blood red risers certainly support the most common perception of the album; however, it’s hard to miss the lit candles just below her. After all, it’s no coincidence burning is just as frequently used to describe rage and anger as it is passion and love.

The backup dancers pay homage to Swifts “Look What You Made Me Do” music video.

The backup dancers pay homage to Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” music video. 

During “Look What You Made Me Do,” Swift’s backup dancers perform in doll boxes dressed in outfits inspired by previous looks she’s worn. The moment was a direct nod to the song’s  music video , in which Swift reenacts various moments throughout her time in the public eye in an eruptive, Easter egg-filled video. 

The Speak Now Era 

Swift sings “Enchanted” during the Speak Now set.

Swift sings “Enchanted” during the Speak Now set. 

Though Swift only performed one song from her third album,  Speak Now —much to the disappointment of some fans—she made sure to make it count. The color purple defined the album’s aesthetic, and, though the shade is often associated with royalty, it can also symbolize ambition, power, and independence. Following her historic win at the Grammys for  Fearless,   Speak Now was a pivotal moment in her career. Could she keep up the pace or was she another teen star who lost momentum as they reached young adulthood? Not only did Swift deliver, she proved she could do it on her own: Speak Now was the first album she wrote entirely solo. 

The Red Era

Taylor Swift wearing an outfit nearly identical to one she wore in the “22” music video.

Taylor Swift wears an outfit nearly identical to one she wore in the “22” music video. 

The original  Red tour, which took place between 2013 and 2014, was her biggest at the time. It included a seven-piece band, fifteen dancers, multiple costume changes, as well as jumbotrons and multilevel stages. Though The Eras set certainly honored some of these larger-than-life moments from the first  Red tour, it also showed considerable restraint. 

Swift wears a sparkling red coat during an acoustic set.

Swift wears a sparkling red coat during an acoustic set. 

During one particularly emotional moment, Swift sang the 10-minute version of her critically acclaimed “All Too Well” with just her acoustic guitar. However, this doesn’t mean it wasn’t exciting. “Even some of her slower songs like “All Too Well,” where it was just her and a guitar, had insane stage effects that you wouldn’t expect, like snow confetti falling across the stadium and the stage rising when she started singing a high note,” Minocha explains. 

The Folklore Era

Taylor Swift on an aframe during the Folklore set.

Taylor Swift on an A-frame during the Folklore set

“I was so obsessed with the  Folklore set because it seemed like Taylor was living her best life in a little remote forest cabin even though some 60,000 people were watching her,” Minocha says of the A-frame cabin Swift brought on stage. (A version of this home was first seen in her  2021 Grammy’s performance .) 

Swift wearing an Alberta Ferretti dress during the Folklore set.

Swift wears an Alberta Ferretti dress during the Folklore set. 

Thematically,  Folklore explored a fictional woodland world Swift dreamed up during quarantine, and while a cabin certainly captures that aura, the choice of an A-frame specifically is notable. Because they were relatively cheap and easy to build, the style of home grew in popularity in the United States following World War II as vacation properties—an appropriate connection given the album is centered around an escapist fantasy. 

A-frames also represented a unique moment for architects who, with little financial consequences at stake, were able to test out their more speculative creative ideations. In many ways, with lockdowns, limited promotion, and no obvious answer for how or if the music would be performed live, this is what Swift’s  Folklore era represented too: the opportunity to explore,  uninhibited . “I love that album and she really created this whole world for it,” Low adds, “Building the folklore cabin and bringing us all into that world with her was just so cool.” 

The 1989 Era

The 1989 set of Swifts Eras Tour.

The 1989 set of Swift’s Eras Tour

“Another thing that I loved about the stage design in general was how there were basically three different parts of it that all connected together: the main stage, the diamond stage, and the catwalk that led to the end of the stage,” Miranda says. “She really utilized each and every one of these sections of the stage at different times during the night.” 

Swift and dancers wield golf clubs during “Blank Space.”

Swift and dancers wield golf clubs during “Blank Space.”  

Though examples are abundant, a particularly creative use came during Swift’s  1989 set, a record which won Album of the Year at the Grammys in 2016. While performing “Blank Space” on the central diamond, the raised portion displayed a Shelby Cobra, which Swift and backup dancers “hit” with light-up golf clubs in a live reenactment of an iconic scene from the song’s music video. 

The Midnights Era 

During the final set of the show Swift performed songs from her newest album Midnights.

During the final set of the show, Swift performs songs from her newest album, Midnights.  

The non-stop show ended with cuts from Swift’s most recent album,  Midnights,  with the stage cast in dark light, representative of both the title of the album and the end of the concert. Standing firmly in the present,  Midnights still has its roots in the past, since the album tells “the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life,” Swift explained in a  Instagram post . It’s easy to follow the way the previous two-plus hours of sonic reflection—aided through the incredible set design—brought her to where she is now. As Minocha summarizes, “I’ve been to almost all of Taylor’s past tours and the stage and production has always been above and beyond, but because this one explores all the eras of her career, everything is just next level.”

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Eras Tour in Tokyo: Tracking Taylor Swift's secret songs as she plays Japan

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TOKYO — All's fair in love and secret songs, so Taylor Swift started her acoustic set with a blank space in 2024.

For her final night in the Dome, Taylor Swift performed “Come In With The Rain” from “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” on guitar “You’re On You’re Own, Kid” on piano. It was her first time performing "Come In With The Rain" on the Eras Tour.

Throwing it back on night three

"I was thinking I would do some kind of throwback things tonight," Swift said on her third night in Tokyo. "Neither one of these songs I've ever played before on tour so wish me luck."

Swift performed "Superman" from "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)" on the guitar and "The Outside" on the piano from her first album.

Keep your 'eyes open' night two

On the second night in Tokyo, Swift strummed "Eyes Open" on the guitar from the Hunger Games soundtrack.

"I've selected two brand-new songs that I've never performed," she said before quickly adding they are not from her 11th album, "The Tortured Poets Department" coming out April 19.

Her second surprise song on the piano was "Electric Touch" from "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)."

'Dear Reader,' welcome to Tokyo

For night one, Swift performed "Dear Reader" from "Midnights" on the guitar and "Holy Ground" from "Red (Taylor's Version)" on the piano. The first song she's never performed live on the tour and the other she played in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on May 27.

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

Swift will perform at the Tokyo Dome through Saturday. Her next tour dates are in Melbourne, Australia, but it's likely she will make a pit stop at the Super Bowl on Sunday to cheer on her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

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

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Lyubertsy is a fascinating city located in the Moscow Oblast region of Russia. With a rich history and vibrant culture, Lyubertsy has become a prominent destination for both tourists and locals alike. This article will take you on a journey through 35 interesting facts about Lyubertsy, providing you with a comprehensive overview of this enchanting city. From its historical landmarks and architectural wonders to its renowned festivals and local cuisine, Lyubertsy has something to offer for everyone. So, buckle up and get ready to explore the hidden gems and fascinating trivia that make Lyubertsy such a remarkable place to visit.

Lyubertsy is a vibrant city located in the Moscow Oblast of Russia.

Nestled in the southeastern part of Moscow , Lyubertsy is known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and beautiful landscapes.

The city is named after the Russian nobleman Dmitry Lyubertsy.

Dmitry Lyubertsy was a prominent figure in the 19th century and played a significant role in the development of the region.

Lyubertsy is home to a population of over 190,000 people.

With a large and diverse community, the city offers a unique blend of traditions, languages, and cultures.

The city is famous for its industrial sector.

Lyubertsy is known for its manufacturing plants, including the production of machinery, electronics, and textiles.

Lyubertsy has a rich cultural heritage.

The city is home to several museums, art galleries, and theaters, showcasing the talent and creativity of its residents.

The Lyubertsy District is dotted with picturesque parks and green spaces.

Residents and visitors can enjoy leisurely walks, picnics, and outdoor activities in the city’s numerous parks and gardens.

Lyubertsy is well-connected to Moscow through an extensive transportation network.

Commuting to and from the city is convenient, thanks to the availability of buses, trains, and metro lines.

The city experiences a continental climate.

Winters in Lyubertsy are cold and snowy, while summers are warm and moderately humid.

Lyubertsy has a rich sporting culture.

The city is home to various sports complexes, arenas, and stadiums, encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle among its residents.

The famous Russian singer, Alla Pugacheva, was born in Lyubertsy.

Alla Pugacheva, often referred to as the “Queen of Russian Pop,” is a beloved figure in the music industry.

The Lyubertsy Railway Station is an important transportation hub.

It connects the city to other parts of Russia, making travel accessible and convenient for residents and visitors.

Lyubertsy is known for its vibrant cultural events and festivals.

Throughout the year, the city hosts various celebrations, showcasing its rich traditions, music, and dance.

The city has a thriving educational system.

Lyubertsy is home to several schools, colleges, and universities, providing quality education to its residents.

Lyubertsy offers a range of recreational activities.

Residents and visitors can enjoy swimming, ice skating, skiing, and other outdoor activities in the city’s sports complexes and recreational centers.

The Lyubertsy History Museum preserves the city’s historical artifacts.

The museum showcases the rich history and heritage of Lyubertsy, allowing visitors to delve into its past.

The city has a variety of shopping centers and markets.

From local boutiques to large malls, Lyubertsy offers plenty of options for shopping enthusiasts.

Lyubertsy has a strong sense of community.

Residents actively participate in local events, volunteer programs, and social initiatives, fostering a close-knit and supportive environment.

The city is known for its delicious Russian cuisine.

Visitors can savor traditional dishes such as borscht, pelmeni, and blini in Lyubertsy’s charming restaurants and cafes.

Lyubertsy is surrounded by picturesque countryside.

Nature lovers can explore the nearby forests, lakes, and rivers, offering tranquility and an escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.

The city has several architectural landmarks.

From historical buildings to modern structures, Lyubertsy boasts a diverse range of architectural styles.

Lyubertsy is a hub for arts and culture.

The city embraces various art forms, including music, theater, painting, and sculpture.

Lyubertsy has a low crime rate.

The city’s focus on security and community well-being contributes to a safe and secure living environment.

Lyubertsy celebrates its rich heritage through folk festivals.

Traditional music, dance, and costumes take center stage during these vibrant celebrations.

The city has a well-developed healthcare system.

Residents have access to modern medical facilities and clinics, ensuring their well-being.

Lyubertsy is a city of historical significance.

It played a crucial role in Russia’s past and preserves its heritage through museums and historical sites.

Lyubertsy is home to many talented artists and musicians.

The city’s vibrant creative scene showcases local talent and promotes artistic expression.

The city has a strong sense of environmental consciousness.

Efforts are made to promote sustainability, green initiatives, and conservation of natural resources.

Lyubertsy hosts various cultural exhibitions and events.

These events provide a platform for artists, craftsmen, and cultural enthusiasts to showcase their work.

The city is known for its warm hospitality.

Visitors can experience the friendly and welcoming nature of the locals during their stay in Lyubertsy.

Lyubertsy is a center for academic research and innovation.

The city promotes scientific development and fosters collaboration between educational institutions and industries.

The Lyubertsy City Park is a popular recreational spot.

With its lush greenery, walking trails, and recreational facilities, the park offers a refreshing escape for residents.

Lyubertsy celebrates its rich history through historical reenactments.

These events allow visitors to step back in time and experience the city’s past firsthand.

The city is known for its impressive Soviet-era architecture.

Visitors can admire the unique architectural style and grandeur of buildings constructed during the Soviet era.

Lyubertsy is well-connected to other major cities in Russia.

Traveling to and from Lyubertsy is convenient due to its excellent transportation infrastructure.

Lyubertsy offers a high standard of living.

The city provides its residents with quality amenities, services, and a favorable quality of life.

With its rich history, cultural heritage, and vibrant community, Lyubertsy offers a unique and compelling experience for residents and visitors alike. Whether it’s exploring the city’s museums, enjoying the scenic beauty of its parks, or immersing oneself in its art and culture, Lyubertsy has something for everyone. Discover the charm and allure of this remarkable city and experience the warmth and hospitality of its residents.

In conclusion, Lyubertsy is a fascinating city with a rich history, vibrant culture, and plenty of attractions to explore. From its beautiful parks and gardens to its impressive architectural landmarks, Lyubertsy offers something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in history, art, or simply enjoying the local cuisine, this city has it all. So, if you’re planning a visit to Russia, be sure to include Lyubertsy in your itinerary. You won’t be disappointed!

Q: What is the population of Lyubertsy?

A: The population of Lyubertsy is around 180,000.

Q: What are some popular tourist attractions in Lyubertsy?

A: Some popular tourist attractions in Lyubertsy include Lyubertsy Museum of Local Lore, Novodevichy Cemetery, and St. Nicholas Cathedral.

Q: Is Lyubertsy a safe city for tourists?

A: Yes, Lyubertsy is generally considered to be a safe city for tourists. However, it is always recommended to exercise caution and take normal safety precautions.

Q: What is the weather like in Lyubertsy?

A: The weather in Lyubertsy can vary depending on the season. Summers are generally mild and warm, while winters can be cold with snowfall.

Q: Are there good transportation options in Lyubertsy?

A: Yes, Lyubertsy is well-connected to Moscow and other nearby cities through public transportation options like buses and trains.

Q: Are there any local specialties or dishes to try in Lyubertsy?

A: Lyubertsy is known for its delicious Russian cuisine, including dishes like borscht, pelmeni, and blini.

Q: Can I find accommodations in Lyubertsy?

A: Yes, there are a variety of accommodations available in Lyubertsy, ranging from hotels to guesthouses and apartments for rent.

Q: Is English widely spoken in Lyubertsy?

A: While English may not be widely spoken, many people in the tourist areas and establishments can understand and communicate in English.

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Pink at Allianz Stadium in Sydney

Old friend or somersaulting superstar? Pink is whoever we need to see reflected back at us

Allianz Stadium, Sydney A fan goes into labour and the show is hampered by rain. But the singer takes it all in her stride in exhilarating return to Australia

I wasn’t expecting so many people to actually be wearing pink. After more than 20 years, Alecia Moore’s stage name barely even registers as the name of a colour. But as we approach the venue – a carful of people drives past, honking like it’s grand final day – we are surrounded by streams of people in bright outfits ranging from sherbert to raspberry jelly.

The four people sitting behind us are a perfect microcosm of Pink’s audience: twentysomething Laura and her mother-in-law Christine, and 12-year-old Pippa, at her first ever concert with her mum, Chloe. They all wear freshly bought Pink merchandise; none have seen her live before and radiate anticipation. “I’ve seen a lot of Reels of her setting up, so I’m really looking forward to seeing it,” said Chloe, of Pink’s infamous trapeze rig. Christine’s most anticipated song was So What; Pippa likes “all of them” and Chloe loyally insists that Pink’s very first album, 2000’s R&B-heavy Can’t Take Me Home, remains her favourite.

Australia loves Pink with a passion: she played 42 dates last time she toured here in 2018 and banked a cool $109.8m. With her eponymously hued and spiked-up cool-mum haircut, sequined leotards and muscular gymnast’s build, she cuts a figure both androgynous and powerfully feminine. She’s a working mother, a straight talker, a party starter, sometimes a vengeful or steadfast lover. She’s chilled and passionate. She’s everything a pop star should be – but you can also imagine her at a barbecue with a chardy.

Putting on a show: Pink with her dancers and band in Sydney on Friday night.

There’s only one possible opener. Get The Party Started begins, and there she is, waving from a harness at the very top of the stage set, before dropping thrillingly from a pair of sturdy bungees and somersaulting over and over. The band sails right through into Raise Your Glass as two of her dozen dancers sail across the stage in giant flamingo floats.. Eventually she stops for a chat.

“Finally!” It’s her post-pandemic return to one of her most lucrative markets and she greets us like the oldest of friends. “How the hell is everybody?” It feels like she really wants to know. You could never doubt her sincerity for a moment. She sits at the piano and covers Adele’s cover of Bob Dylan’s Make You Feel My Love, but cheerfully gives up when she flubs one too many chords. She stops a few lines into another ballad when she spots fans calling for help and is both delighted and discombobulated when it appears someone is literally going into labour. “Congratulations!” she calls out, visibly wincing at the inadequacy of such an offering as the parent-in-waiting is stretchered out safely. “It’s gonna be great! You’re gonna do great!”

Pink dangling by her legs in a leotard

The long middle stretch of the show, while always anchored by Pink’s unshakeable, gutsy contralto, is a bit too full of the B-tier singles you don’t recognise until the chorus. Not even her immense personal charisma can lift duds like Just Like A Pill and Just Give Me A Reason, though the fan singalongs are loud and passionate. The crowd is, however, palpably underwhelmed when Just Like Fire morphs into an all-guns-blazing cover of Pat Benatar’s Heartbreaker; they also seem unmoved by the 2022 protest single Irrelevant, and its accompanying footage of Black Lives Matter rallies, the January 6 attack and pro-choice demonstrations against the supreme court. Her game, vinyl-clad backup singers manage to whip the very front of the crowd up a little with the “Girls just wanna have rights” refrain. The song itself might be mid but Pink has serious form when it comes to political activism and, as she notes, being told to “Shut up and sing” – her protest-song mode goes back to the Bush years with Dear Mr President .

Pink gets close to the crowd

The show has been dogged by a drifting drizzle all night. With minor apparent adjustments to the choreography, Pink and her tight-knit crew take it in stride, handing towels back and forth to wipe off faces and instruments. At the end of the show, it’s time for the acrobatics to return. As the chorus of So What takes off, so does she: she flies around the arena on a four-anchor wire rig, somersaulting through the rain and barely missing a beat, occasionally perching on steel columns in the crowd like Peter Pan. I am literally cackling with glee. It’s one of the best things I’ve ever seen at a stadium show. Harry Styles should be doing that. Dave Grohl should be doing that. I should be doing that.

I read somewhere that Pink still does the flying bit after all these years to allow fans who’ve paid good money to see her to actually see her. Whether or not this is the case, the effect is still somehow intimate and powerful. She is not, as the kids like to declare about any female celebrity these days, “mother”; she’s not camp or arch enough for that. She is whoever we need to see reflected back at us: confidante and comforter, superstar and friendly neighbour, construct and real person. As we trudge out into the rain in our thousands, the exhilaration and warmth linger.

Pink’s Summer Carnival is touring Australia and New Zealand until 23 March , then the UK and Europe later this year.

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Cultural life of Moscow city is various and rich! Operas, ballets, symphonic concerts... Russian composers have created some of the most beautiful classical music. Russian classical music is very popular in Moscow. It is performed in many beautiful historical venues. Do not forget to include a visit to a concert hall in your itinerary when you are planning your stay in Moscow! And do it in advance.

There are almost no restrictions on dress code in Russian theatres. Visitors may wear jeans and sports shoes, they may have a backpack with them. Only shorts are not allowed.

A typical feature of Russian theatre – visitors are bringing a lot of flowers which they present to their favorite performers after the show.

Here are some practical advices where to go and how to buy tickets.

The Bolshoi Theatre

The Bolshoi Theatre is the oldest, the most famous and popular opera and ballet theatre in Russia. The word “Bolshoi” means “big” in Russian. You can buy a ticket online in advance, 2-3 months before the date of performance on the official website . Prices for famous ballets are high: 6-8 thousand rubles for a seat in stalls. Tickets to operas are cheaper: you can get a good seat for 4-5 thousand rubles. Tickets are cheaper for daytime performances and performances on the New Stage. The New Stage is situated in the light-green building to the left of the Bolshoi's main building. The quality of operas and ballets shown on the New Stage is excellent too. However, you should pay attention that many seats of the Bolshoi’s Old and New Stages have limited visibility . If you want to see the Bolshoi’s Old Stage but all tickets are sold out, you can order a tour of the theatre. You can book such a tour on the official website.

If you want, following Russian tradition, to give flowers to the performers at the end of the show, in the Bolshoi flowers should be presented via special staff who collects these flowers in advance.

In August the Bolshoi is closed.

The Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre

This theatre is noteworthy. On one hand, it offers brilliant classical opera and ballet performances. On the other hand, it is an experimental venue for modern artists. You can check the program and buy tickets online here http://stanmus.com/ . If you are opera lover, get a ticket to see superstar Hibla Gerzmava . The theatre has a very beautiful historic building and a stage with a good view from every seat. Tickets are twice cheaper than in the Bolshoi.

The Novaya Opera

“Novaya” means “New” in Russian. This opera house was founded in 1991 by a famous conductor Eugene Kolobov. Its repertoire has several directions: Russian and Western classics, original shows and divertissements, and operas of the 20th and 21st centuries. It is very popular with Muscovites for excellent quality of performances, a comfortable hall, a beautiful Art Nouveau building and a historic park Hermitage, which is situated right next to it. You can buy tickets online here http://www.novayaopera.ru/en .

Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Center

The Opera Center has become one of the best theatrical venues in Moscow. It was founded in 2002 by great diva Galina Vishnevskaya. Nowadays its artistic director is Olga Rostropovich, daughter of Galina Vishnevskaya and her husband Mstislav Rostropovich, great cellist and conductor. Not only best young opera singers perform here, but also world music stars do; chamber and symphonic concerts, theatrical productions and musical festivals take place here. You can see what is on the program here http://opera-centre.ru/theatre . Unfortunately “booking tickets online” is available in Russian only. If you need help, you can contact us at and we can book a ticket for you. 

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and The Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory

These are two major concert halls for symphonic music in Moscow. Both feature excellent acoustics, impressive interior, various repertoire and best performers. You can check the program here http://meloman.ru/calendar/ . You need just to switch to English. Booking tickets online is available only for owners of Russian, Ukrainian and Belorussian phone numbers. If you need help, you can contact us and we can book a ticket for you. 

Moscow International Performing Arts Center (MIPAC)

This modern and elegant concert hall houses performances of national and foreign symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles, solo instrumentalists, opera singers, ballet dancers, theatre companies, jazz bands, variety and traditional ensembles. Actually, it has three concert halls placed on three different levels and having separate entrances. The President of MIPAC is People’s Artist of the USSR Vladimir Spivakov, conductor of “Virtuosy Moskvy” orchestra. You can see pictures of the concert halls here http://www.mmdm.ru/en/content/halls . The program is impressive in its variety but is not translated into English. You can contact us at and we can find a performance for you.

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Taylor Swift Dashes From Tokyo Eras Concert Tour to Catch Private Jet to Las Vegas to See Boyfriend Travis Kelce Play in the Super Bowl

Not even a 12-hour flight can stop Taylor Swift from supporting her boyfriend Travis Kelce !

The pop star reportedly hurried to the airport following her fourth Eras Tour concert in Tokyo, Japan, to begin her long flight back to Las Vegas in order to make it to the 2024 Super Bowl.

According to the Associated Press , an hour after the blonde beauty’s show ended, cars arrived at the Haneda Airport where “someone went inside the gate area as four to five people carrying large black umbrellas obstructed the view of the person.”

After much speculation as to whether the 34-year-old would be able to be there for her man on his big day, it seems like Swift has started her journey through multiple time zones .

The 13-time Grammy winner will reportedly be landing in Sin City at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 10, allowing her over 24 hours before kickoff, as the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers in Allegiant Stadium on Sunday , February 11.

As OK! previously reported, not only did fans speculate Swift’s attendance at the game, they also sparked rumors Kelce may propose to the musician if the Chiefs take home a win.

During a press conference days ahead of the career defining game, the athlete was asked about the gossip.

“Is there going to be another ring besides the Super Bowl ring if you win this thing on Sunday?” one reporter queried, to which Kelce replied, “I’m focused on getting this ring , and that’s all that my mind’s focused on right now.”

Elsewhere during the sit-down, Kelce was asked more questions about his lover, who recently won two Grammys.

“She’s unbelievable, she’s rewriting the history books herself ,” Kelce said of Swift’s success at the Sunday, February 4, awards show.

“I told her I’ll have to hold up my end of the bargain and bring some hardware, too," he quipped.

Although many football fans have complained about the NFL’s coverage of Swift at the games, Kelce gushed about how happy he is their worlds have collided.

“Taylor has an unbelievable fan base that follows her and supports her throughout her life, and it’s been fun to gather the Swifties and the Chiefs Kingdom and open them to the football world and sports world and it’s been cool to just experience that," he shared.

Not only did the “Cruel Summer” singer win at the Grammys, she also announced a new album while accepting the award.

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"I have heard some of it, yes. And it is unbelievable . I can’t wait for her to shake up the world when it finally drops," Kelce said of the project named The Tortured Poets Department , which drops on April 19.

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