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Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour

  • Date July 14 - 15 , 2023
  • Gates Open 4:30 PM
  • Parking Lots Open 1:00 PM

Taylor Swift is bringing Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour to Empower Field on July 14 and 15 with special guests Muna and Gracie Abrams.


Accessible Seating & Parking

ADA seating is available on all levels in Empower Field at Mile High for Suites, United Club Level, and Reserved Seating. 

On a first-come, first-served basis, guests may purchase ADA parking permits in lots D, G, or L ($40) on event day. Credit card only. For more information, refer to our ADA Guide.

ADA Guide  

Clear Bag/Item Policy

The following items are prohibited (may differ from stadium’s standard list):


  • No distribution of unauthorized promotional or commercial material
  • No flyers, samples, giveaways, or promotional items
  • No banners or poles
  • No signs larger than 11” x 17”
  • No political signage


No professional or commercial cameras/photography equipment, video cameras, Gopros, audio recording devices, or tripods; no video or audio recording will be allowed (except personal cell phones)

  • No selfie sticks
  • No lights or battery packs

No two-way radios or walkie talkies

No laptop computers, tablets, or digital readers


Only medical/covid masks or religious face coverings are permitted. no other masks are allowed on premises.

No clothing, costume, or personal effects that may impede the view of those around or behind you.

  • No handcuffs or other restraint items
  • No animals (except for certified disability service animals)

No chains, chain wallets, studded jewelry or spurs

No bicycles, scooters, skateboards, skates, Segways, or other unauthorized means of transportation

No coolers, thermoses, metal water bottles, or ice chests

No umbrellas

No strollers

No noise-making devices such as air horns, bells, bullhorns, thunder sticks, whistles

No briefcases, bags, purses larger than a clutch bag or non-clear bags (except as noted below)


  • No weapons of any kind (guns, ammo, knives of any size, tasers, pepper spray/mace,  etc.) This also applies to off-duty law enforcement and concealed carry permit  holders.

No flammables or missile-like objects, fireworks, road flares, emergency flares,  explosives, or other incendiary devices

No aerosol containers, including sunscreen, pepper spray, bug spray, or spray paint.

No balloons, frisbees, projectiles, horns, radios bells, whistles, musical  instruments, laser pointers, sticks, poles, bats, clubs, etc.

No items that may be deemed a safety hazard or annoyance to participants or guests


  • No food or beverages
  • No alcoholic beverages
  • No illegal substances
  • No glass or metal containers of any kind

Note: Friendship bracelets and portable phone chargers will be allowed. 

Please review our clear bag policy.

Clear Bag Policy

Floor and VIP Entry

Fans with floor tickets must enter through the North Tunnel between gates 4 and 5.

The ONLY exception is for the following VIP packages entering through gate 8 for early entry.

  • It's Been A Long Time Coming Package
  • Karma Is My Boyfriend Package

All other VIP packages, please enter through the recommended entry on your ticket.

Gates 1, 5 and 9 will be closed.


Early Merchandise Date: Thursday, July 13 Time: 10am-7pm (Fans cannot line up earlier than 7am on Thursday.) Location: Counties Gateway Place in front of Gate 2 Parking: Lots C & D will open at 7am. Show Days Exterior merchandise trailers will open when parking lots open at 1pm.

Parking & Transportation

Parking lots open at 1:00pm. On site stadium parking is sold out. If you do not have a permit or valid ADA placard or license plate for ADA parking, please head directly to our offsite stadium lots listed in the Directions & Parking page.

DROP OFF: Please utilize the lot L for guest drop-off Pick-up: Please be advised that due to the heavy volume of exiting traffic and inbound, it is strongly encouraged to set a designated pick-up location with your party 45-60 minutes after the concert finishes. You can also utilize the rideshare pickup area south of stadium by lot M.

NOTE: Fans without tickets to the concert are strongly discouraged from gathering in the parking lots and outside the stadium this weekend. The stadium and surrounding areas will be at maximum capacity.

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Premium Seating

Please fill out the suite rental request form and a Premium Hospitality representative will follow up with more information.

For any suite catering questions, contact Epicurean at [email protected] or 720-258-3566 .

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Ticket Office

The ticket office will open at 9am for both days for will-call and ticket assistance. The ticket office is currently located at gate 1 due to construction.

Ticket office: 720-258-3333

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Taylor Swift's Eras Tour: All the U.S. and international dates and opening acts

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Taylor Swift opened the Eras Tour at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona — which rebranded itself as "Swift Cit y" for the March 17 and 18 concerts — with a triumphant return to live performance as the first act in the history of that venue to sell out two nights on the same tour.

By that point, she'd already broken the all-time record for most concert tickets sold by an artist in a single day and passed Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour as the highest-grossing tour in history by a female artist.

And Swift rose to the occasion , leading her band through a marathon 44-song set that lasted more than three hours while delivering on her promise of "a journey through all of my musical eras."

So what does she do for an encore? Here's where the Eras Tour is headed next, adding two surprise songs to the set at each show. Here's a look at what she's played so far .

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour dates in the US

  • Friday-Saturday, March 17-18: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.
  • Friday-Saturday, March 24-25: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Friday-Sunday, March 31-April 2: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
  • Thursday-Saturday, April 13-15: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida.
  • Friday-Sunday, April 21-23 : NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
  • Friday-Sunday, April 28-30: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 5-7: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 12-14: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 19-21: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts.
  • Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • Friday-Sunday, June 2-4: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 9-10: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 16-17: Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 23-24: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 30-July 1: Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 7-8: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 14-15: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver.
  • Saturday-Sunday, July 22-23: Lumen Field, Seattle.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 28-29 : Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Aug. 3-5 : Sofi Stadium, Los Angeles.
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, Aug. 8-9: Sofi Stadium, Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift adds new US dates in 2024 for the Eras Tour

In early August, Swift announced these new U.S. dates for the Eras Tour in 2024:

  • Friday-Sunday, Oct. 18-20: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami.
  • Friday-Sunday, Oct. 25-27: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans.
  • Friday-Sunday, Nov. 1-3: Lucas Oil Arena, Indianapolis.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 14-16: Rogers Centre, Toronto.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 21-23: Rogers Centre, Toronto.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour opening acts on US dates

Glendale was the only city on the Eras Tour to see Paramore as Taylor Swift's direct support. And that was a glorious stroke of good fortune. We also got Gayle, who crushed it in her own way and is playing several stops along the way. Here's a look at all the Eras Tour openers and where they're playing.

The era of surprises: All the surprise songs Taylor Swift has played on the Eras Tour so far in 2023

  • March 17-18 at State Farm Stadium: Paramore and Gayle.
  • March 24-25 at Allegiant Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gayle.
  • March 31 at AT&T Stadium: Muna and Gayle.
  • April 1-2 at AT&T Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 13 at Raymond James Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gayle.
  • April 14-15 at Raymond James Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 21-23 at NRG Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 28-29 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium: Beabadoobee and Gracie Abrams.
  • April 30 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium: Muna and Gayle.
  • May 5 at Nissan Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 6 at Nissan Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 7 at Nissan Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 12-13 at Lincoln Financial Field: Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 14 at Lincoln Financial Field: Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 19-20 at Gillette Stadium : Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 21 at Gillette Stadium : Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams.
  • May 26 at MetLife Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
  • May 27-28 at MetLife Stadium: Phoebe Bridgers and Owenn.
  • June 2-3 at Soldier Field: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 4 at Soldier Field: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 9 at Ford Field: Girl in Red and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 10 at Ford Field: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 16 at Acrisure Stadium: Girl in Red and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 17 at Acrisure Stadium: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 23 at U.S. Bank Stadium: Girl in Red and Gracie Abrams.
  • June 24 at U.S. Bank Stadium: Girl in Red and Owenn.
  • June 30-July 1 at Paycor Stadium: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 7-8 at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 14-15 at Empower Field at Mile High: Muna and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 22-23 at Lumen Field: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • July 28-29 at Levi's Stadium: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • Aug. 3 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • Aug. 4 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Owenn.
  • Aug. 5 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gayle.
  • Aug. 8 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gracie Abrams.
  • Aug. 9 at Sofi Stadium: Haim and Gayle.
  • Oct. 18-20 at Hard Rock Stadium: Gracie Abrams.
  • Oct. 25-27 at Caesars Superdome : Gracie Abrams.
  • Nov. 1-3 at Lucas Oil Arena : Gracie Abrams.
  • Nov. 14-16 at Rogers Centre: Gracie Abrams.
  • Nov. 21-23 at Rogers Centre : Gracie Abrams.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour international dates and opening acts

In June 2023, Swift announced international dates for The Era Tour. Here's where she's headed next at the conclusion of the U.S. tour:

  • Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 24-27, 2023: Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 9-11, 2023: Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 18-19, 2023: Estadio Nilton Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Friday-Sunday, Nov. 24-26, 2023: Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo, Brazil, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Wednesday-Saturday, Feb. 7-10, 2024: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Friday-Saturday, Feb. 16-17, 2024: Melbourne Cricket Grounds, Melbourne, Australia, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Friday-Sunday, Feb. 23-25, 2024: Accor Stadium, Sydney, Australia, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Saturday-Monday, March 2-4, 2024: National Stadium, Singapore, SG, with Sabrina Carpenter.
  • Thursday-Friday, May 9-10, 2024: Paris La Defense Arena, Paris, France.
  • Friday, May 17, 2024: Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Friday, May 24, 2024: Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Thursday, May 30, 2024: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain.
  • Sunday, June 2, 2024: Groupama Stadium, Lyon, France.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 7-8, 2024 : BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 14-15, 2024 : Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, UK.
  • Tuesday, June 18, 2024 : Principality Stadium, Cardiff, UK.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 21-22, 2024 : Wembley Stadium, London.
  • Friday-Saturday, June 28-29, 2024 : Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Friday-Saturday, July 5-6, 2024 : Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Tuesday, July 9, 2024 : Stadion Letzigrund Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Saturday, July 13, 2024 : San Siro Stadium, Milan, Italy.
  • Thursday, July 18, 2024 : Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
  • Tuesday, July 23, 2024 : Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Saturday, July 27, 202 4: Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany.
  • Friday, Aug. 2, 2024: PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Friday, Aug. 9, 2024: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria.
  • Friday-Saturday, Aug. 16-17, 2024: Wembley Stadium, London.

Taylor Swift song list for Eras Tour

Taylor Swift told us on the opening night of The Eras Tour at State Farm Stadium that she planned to make the two-song acoustic mini-set near the end of her performance different at each concert. Other than that, this setlist from opening night is what you can expect to hear.

“Lover” album:

  • “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince.”
  • “Cruel Summer.”
  • “You Need To Calm Down.”
  • “The Archer.”

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” album:

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

“Evermore” album:

  • “’Tis The Damn Season.”
  • “Marjorie.”
  • “Champagne Problems.”
  • “Tolerate It.”

“Reputation” album:

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

“Speak Now” album:

  • “Enchanted.”

“Red (Taylor’s Version)” album:

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

“Folklore” album:

  • “Invisible String.”
  • “The Last Great American Dynasty.”
  • “Illicit Affairs.”
  • “My Tears Ricochet.”
  • “Cardigan.”

“1989” album:

  • “Blank Space.”
  • “Shake It Off.”
  • “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version).”
  • “Bad Blood.”

Wild card — a different acoustic song each show

  • “Mirrorball.”

“Taylor Swift” album:

  • “Tim McGraw.”

“Midnights” album:

  • “Lavender Haze.”
  • “Anti-Hero.”
  • “Midnight Rain.”
  • “Vigilante (expletive).”
  • “Bejeweled.”
  • "Mastermind."

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Music | review | taylor swift’s eras tour dazzles in denver, swift’s talent, discipline and cinematic poise was far more dazzling than confetti blasts or fireworks could ever be.

DENVER, COLORADO - JULY 14: Taylor Swift performs during night one of The Eras Tour in Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colo., on Friday, July 14, 2023. Thousands of fans crowded the stadium to enjoy the sold-out concert. (Photo by Grace Smith/The Denver Post)

Sparkling from head to toe, clutching their phones at all times and belting out well-memorized lyrics, more than 70,000 of her fans showed up Friday for Swift’s Eras Tour . The July 14 concert — the first of two dates at Empower Field at Mile High — prompted rapture from the opening moments.

See more photos of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour show, night one.

With spectacle and emotion tightly braided, Swift megadosed the faithful at the sold-out show with songs from across her catalog while gracefully navigating costume and set changes against a massive LED screen. It was a feat on par with her “Reputation”-era tour stop at Empower Field more than five years ago. Granted, that was a necessarily more focused and (relatively) edgy concert, but both found an ideal balance of ferocity and all-ages, rainbow-hued smiles that spoke directly to the mostly female, mostly young crowd.

Taylor Swift performs during night one of The Eras Tour in Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colo., on Friday, July 14, 2023. Thousands of fans crowded the stadium to enjoy the sold-out concert. (Photo by Grace Smith/The Denver Post)

After opening sets from Gracie Abrams and MUNA, Swift’s dancers strutted onto the stage from behind the video wall raising tall, colorful plumage as Swift rose on a platform to sing “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince.” That kicked off the “Lovers”-era portion, with Swift rocking a glammed-out leotard and glittering boots as she vigorously worked through “Cruel Summer,” “The Man” and an ebullient, pro-LGBTQ “You Need to Calm Down.” Her clear, bright vocals lost some nuance in the windy air, assuming you could hear them over the oft-deafening screams from the crowd.

Each of her studio releases was afforded two to seven songs, all of which arrived with their own tonal and visual elements. Fetching looks abounded, from flowy, Old Hollywood glamour to Stevie Nicks witchcraft and cheeky cabaret. The albums with the most representation were her newest; “Folklore,” “Evermore” and “Midnights,” which were released during a prolific pandemic era (2020-22) that also saw her issuing rerecorded versions of “Speak Now” and “Red.”

She addressed it all from the stage, talking about her forced introspection, her new recordings and her time away from touring, but also her desire to innovate her “excruciatingly autobiographical” writing style.

Fans cheer as Taylor Swift performs during night one of The Eras Tour in Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colo., on Friday, July 14, 2023. Thousands of fans crowded the stadium to enjoy the sold-out concert. (Photo by Grace Smith/The Denver Post)

That new tack has birthed songs like the modest, character-driven “Betty,” which contrasted sharply with sizzling dance classics such as “Shake It Off” or the upbeat “You Belong With Me.” As Swift noted, sentimentality was the point of the night, so why hold back? Few if any gatherings of this size can claim so much vulnerability, positivity and heart.

Swift’s longtime band and her Broadway-quality backing cast knew every note ahead of time, but it was still stunning  to see such complex gears moving as one. Swift’s generosity extended to her monologues, and she appeared teary at one point while thanking the thunderous crowd. “I get to be up here with you … the most buoyant and bouncy crowd imaginable,” she said. “You get 1 million bonus points.”

She and her crew (which she graciously thanked) are near the end of an exhausting North American tour, and there weren’t many places for them to take a breath during the show. And yet Swift belted, whispered, chatted, prowled the stage, tossed her hair, snaked her hips, and gave us dozens of practiced, come-hither looks virtually nonstop for three and a half hours.

The Eras Tour is something of a reaction to the pandemic, she said, but also an attempt to take a broader inventory of her songwriting. Spanning 17 years in a single concert, one era at a time, is less a science than a gut feeling. And Swift made it feel intuitive. During her “secret songs” portion — an acoustic interlude featuring “Picture to Burn” and the live debut of “Timeless” — she got as physically close to the crowd as possible at the end of the long stage. She smiled and laughed and seemed unrehearsed.

Whether it was actually spontaneous didn’t matter. As the 45th and final song, “Karma,” closed out the night, there was no doubt Swift’s talent, discipline and cinematic poise are far more dazzling than any confetti blasts or fireworks ever could be. But we’ll take those, too.

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Taylor Swift Announces U.S. Dates for 2023 Eras Tour

The stadium shows will mark the superstar's first proper tour in nearly five years.

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Taylor Swift is, at long last, headed back on the road. Following this week’s monumental chart debut of Midnights , her tenth studio album, Swift announced the U.S. leg of her 2023 Eras tour on Tuesday morning (Nov. 1), confirming her first official tour in nearly five years following months of rumors.

“I wanted to tell you something that I’ve been so excited about for a really long time. I’ve been planning for ages and I finally get to tell you: I’m going back on tour,” Swift said on GMA . “The tour is called the Eras tour and it’s a journey through all of the musical eras of my career.”

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Swift said that after kicking off in the U.S., the tour will go on an international swing, with those dates to be announced soon.

Support on the tour will come via a rotating cast of opening acts including Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, Muna, Haim, Gayle, Gracie Abrams and Owenn. The public on-sale date for the tour will be 10 a.m. local venue time on Nov. 18. Swift has partnered with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program, with fans able to register here for the TaylorSwiftTix presale now through Nov. 9 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Registered fans will get a code with exclusive access to purchase tickets on Nov. 15 starting at 10 a.m. local venue time.

Previous Lover Fest Verified Fan purchasers will get preferred access to participate in the TaylorSwiftTix presale; make sure to register with the same Ticketmaster Account as your Lover Fest purchase. Capital One cardholders will have priority access to purchase tickets on Nov. 15 at 2 p.m. local venue time through Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. local venue time or until supplies last.

Swift’s planned follow-up to the Reputation tour, Lover Fest, was scheduled to take place in 2020 following the 2019 release of her Lover album, but was canceled due to the pandemic. Since the Reputation tour, Swift has released four original studio albums — Lover , 2020’s Folklore and Evermore , and Midnights — as well as two re-recorded albums, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) , both in 2021.

This week, Midnights blasted in atop the Billboard 200 albums chart with 1.578 million equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 27, according to Luminate — the biggest week for any album in nearly seven years. Meanwhile, Swift made history on the Hot 100 by becoming the first artist to claim the chart’s entire top 10 in a single frame, with “Anti-Hero” debuting at No. 1 to become her ninth career chart-topper.

See the full list of Eras U.S. tour dates below:

  • March 18 — Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium (Paramore, Gayle)
  • March 25 — Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium  (beeabadoobee, Gayle)
  • April 1 — Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium (beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams)
  • April 2 — Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium (beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams)
  • April 15 — Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium (beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams)
  • April 22 — Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium (beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams)
  • April 28 — Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium (beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams)
  • April 29 — Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium (beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams)
  • May 6 — Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium (Phoebe Bridgers, Gayle)
  • May 12 — Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field (Phoebe Bridgers, Gayle)
  • May 19 — Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium (Phoebe Bridgers, Gayle)
  • May 20 — Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium (Phoebe Bridgers, Gayle)
  • May 26 — East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium (Phoebe Bridgers, Gayle)
  • May 27 — East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium (Phoebe Bridgers, Gracie Abrams)
  • June 2 — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field (girl in red, Owenn)
  • June 3 — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field (girl in red, Owenn)
  • June 10 — Detroit, MI @ Ford Field (girl in red, Owenn)
  • June 17 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Acrisure Stadium (girl in red, Owenn)
  • June 24 — Minneapolis, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium (girl in red, Owenn)
  • July 1 — Cincinnati, OH @ Paycor Stadium (Muna, Gracie Abrams)
  • July 8 — Kansas City, MO @ GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium (Muna, Gracie Abrams)
  • July 15 — Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High (Muna, Gracie Abrams)
  • July 22 — Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field (Haim, Gracie Abrams)
  • July 29 — Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s® Stadium (Haim, Gracie Abrams)
  • August 4 — Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium (Haim, Owenn)

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Taylor Swift adds a second night at Mile High in Denver as part of 2023 tour

By CBSColorado.com Staff

November 11, 2022 / 12:59 PM MST / CBS Colorado

Taylor Swift is adding a second Denver date to her stadium tour next year. The "Eras Tour" will now be at Empower Field at Mile High on both July 14 and July 15. The original performance date was on July 15.

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The tickets are expected to sell out quickly. A special presale begins next week.

The "Eras Tour" will start in March and run though August. MUNA and Gracie Abrams will join Swift in Denver for the concert.

Swift has released four albums since her "Reputation" tour five years ago. As for which album the tour will be supporting, the answer is all of them. Swift said the tour will be "a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!)."

Tickets will run between $49 and $449, with VIP packages starting at $199 and going up to $899. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Nov. 18.  


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What Cities are Left on the Eras Tour Before It’s Gone Forever

Posted: July 9, 2024 | Last updated: July 9, 2024

<p>In the high-dollar world of the NFL, the spotlight doesn’t only shine on the hulking figures donning helmets and pads. NFL WAGS (wives and girlfriends) are making their own presence known simply by existing on social media. </p> <p>A new study by <a href="https://luckygambler.com/" rel="noreferrer noopener">Lucky Gambler</a> used an influencer marketing calculator to analyze the social media earning potential of 34 of the most followed wives and girlfriends of the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. The WAGs were then ranked to determine which can earn the highest amounts on Instagram.</p> <p>Leading the pack, with the grace of a seasoned performer and the numbers to make marketers swoon, is none other than pop sensation<strong> <a href="https://www.flannelsorflipflops.com/swift-journeys-iconic-destinations-from-taylors-tunes/">Taylor Swift</a>. </strong></p> <p>Swift, whose romance with Kansas City Chief’s Travis Kelce has been nothing short of a fairy tale, now holds the crown as the ultimate influencer among the Super Bowl elite, with the power to turn a single Instagram post into a staggering $636,700 payday.</p> <p>But the glamour doesn’t stop there. <strong>Olivia Culpo,</strong> a queen of pageantry turned digital doyenne, captures the second spot. The fiancée of 49er’s Christian McCaffrey, Culpo’s journey from Miss Rhode Island to Miss Universe is a testament to her enduring appeal, now capable of commanding up to $30,800 per Instagram endorsement.</p> <p><strong>Brittany Mahomes</strong>, a familiar face in the stands cheering for Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes, rounds out the top three. This retired soccer player and entrepreneur isn’t just known for her high school sweetheart story; she’s also a social media maven who can net $13,300 for a single post.</p> <p>The list of luminaries continues with fashion designer <strong>Kristin Juszczyk</strong>, psychiatrist <strong>Mindy Armstead</strong>, and the ever-versatile <strong>Mahogany Jones</strong>, each bringing their unique blend of talent, influence, and partnership to the digital forefront. From creating NFL-inspired fashion to advocating for educational equality, these women are redefining what it means to be a WAG in today’s social media-driven world.</p> <p>Not to be outdone, <strong>Claire Kittle, Chariah Gordon, Sydney Warner</strong>, and <strong>Tatyanah Bass </strong>each contribute their own stories to this dazzling constellation. From athletic achievements and musical ventures to entrepreneurial endeavors and mental health advocacy, their contributions extend well beyond the gridiron, enriching the tapestry of the NFL community.</p> <p>Behind every great player is not just a great partner but a social media powerhouse. As the NFL continues to captivate millions, the women of the Super Bowl are proving that their influence is a game-changer, both online and off. </p> <p>Their stories of success, resilience, and impact go beyond the flash of cameras and the glamour of game day, reminding us that behind every great sport is an even greater community.</p> <p>Serhii Bielyi, Marketing Director of <a href="https://luckygambler.com/" rel="noreferrer noopener">Lucky Gambler</a>, commented on the findings: “The large follower counts that these WAGs have amassed speaks to the fascination surrounding WAGs and their lifestyle.</p> <p>Their statuses as symbols of glitz and luxury, as well as the glimpses they provide into their glamorous, jet-setting lives, attract attention and intrigue from the public. Some have now even gained a higher number of followers than their NFL partner, demonstrating the continuing popularity that WAGs enjoy.”</p>

It’s sad to say, but the Eras Tour is coming to an end. With over 100 shows already in the books, there are only about 50 shows left before the tour is done forever. If you want to experience the concert for yourself or are looking to get in one last show, you’re running out of opportunities!

She came out in one of her recent concerts and said that 2024 will be her last year of the Eras Tour, so now is literally your last chance to see this incredible once-in-a-lifetime concert. Here are all the tour dates she has left and what cities they will be in.

<p>Zurich is one of Europe’s major financial hubs and one of its safest cities. With stringent laws and order, the city offers a tranquil setting for travelers amidst its picturesque landscapes and well-preserved historical sites.</p>

Zürich, Switzerland: July 9-10

Taylor Swift will be in Zürich for two nights at the Letzigrund Stadium. This will be her first time performing in Switzerland and it’s estimated that she will bring about 100,000 people to the city. The two shows are, of course, sold out just like all of her concerts have been from the first 24 hours of her making the tickets available.

<p>This will be Taylor’s second time performing in Italy. Her last concert here was during the Speak Now World Tour in 2011-2012. It’s estimated that she will bring in 42 million euros to Milan’s economy and 160,000 people in just the two nights that she’ll be here. She’ll be performing at the San Siro Stadium, which has a capacity of 80,000.</p>

Milan, Italy: July 13-14

This will be Taylor’s second time performing in Italy. Her last concert here was during the Speak Now World Tour in 2011-2012. It’s estimated that she will bring in 42 million euros to Milan’s economy and 160,000 people in just the two nights that she’ll be here. She’ll be performing at the San Siro Stadium, which has a capacity of 80,000.

<p>This city in Germany has done something fun by renaming the city of Gelsenkirchen to “Swiftkirchen” which translates to “Swift Church”. It will be her first stop in Germany, followed by two other German cities. This city is also one of the poorest in all of Germany. </p><p>It’s an old coal-mining town that never could fully recover from its decline after the mine was shut down. Luckily for this city, they have one of the largest stadiums in Germany, which holds up to 70,000 people. This means that in just three nights, she can perform for over 210,000 people in this small German city.</p>

Gelsenkirchen, Germany: July 17-19

This city in Germany has done something fun by renaming the city of Gelsenkirchen to “Swiftkirchen” which translates to “Swift Church”. It will be her first stop in Germany, followed by two other German cities. This city is also one of the poorest in all of Germany.

It’s an old coal-mining town that never could fully recover from its decline after the mine was shut down. Luckily for this city, they have one of the largest stadiums in Germany, which holds up to 70,000 people. This means that in just three nights, she can perform for over 210,000 people in this small German city.

<p>Hamburg will just have two nights at the Volksparkstadion, which has a capacity of 57,000. Hamburg is Germany’s second-largest city and is known for having excellent public transport which will make getting to and from the stadium a lot simpler than some of the other cities she’s been to.</p>

Hamburg, Germany: July 23-24

Hamburg will just have two nights at the Volksparkstadion, which has a capacity of 57,000. Hamburg is Germany’s second-largest city and is known for having excellent public transport which will make getting to and from the stadium a lot simpler than some of the other cities she’s been to.

<p>Munich combines the charm of a historical town with the safety of a modern urban center. It’s celebrated for its low crime rate, cleanliness, and the general safety of its public spaces.</p>

Munich, Germany: July 27-28

She will also be doing two shows at the Olympiastadion in Munich. The capacity here is 69,000 so a lot of people will be coming from around the world to see her at this venue.

<ul> <li><strong>Rent per 1 person:</strong> $909.05</li> <li><strong>Cost of living:</strong> $797.90</li> <li><strong>Percentage of single population:</strong> 24%</li> <li><strong>Average salary per person:</strong> $1,763</li> <li><strong>Safety index:</strong> 74</li> <li><strong>Score:</strong> 153</li> </ul>

Warsaw, Poland: August 1-3

This will be Taylor’s first time performing in Poland; she’ll be doing three nights here. There’s a news story going viral about an American mom who ended up paying $5,000 for her and her daughter to fly to this show. She says it was cheaper than anything she could find in America!

Europe has strict laws about reselling tickets, so you must resell them for the same price you bought them. This means that if you weren’t lucky enough to get a ticket when they were first available if someone did not want their ticket, you can buy it for the same price it was originally.

In America, this is not the case. You can charge as much as you want for a ticket, so if you missed out on the presale, you were out of luck unless you wanted to pay thousands of dollars just for the ticket (which many people had no problem doing).

<p>Known for its imperial palaces, classical music scene, and cozy coffee houses, Vienna offers a cultural and romantic getaway. Couples love attending opera performances and exploring Schönbrunn Palace.</p>

Vienna, Austria: August 8-10

For three nights, Taylor will be performing at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion. With about 51,000 seats, this stadium is the largest in all of Austria.

London Bridge with sun in background

London, UK: August 15-17, August 19-20

This will be Taylor’s second time performing at Wembley Stadium during the Eras Tour. That’s right; this is the only location she’ll return to on the Eras Tour. It’s unknown why she chose to do this because the stadium isn’t as big as some of the other stadiums in Europe, so it’s not 100% about the money.

If I had to guess, it’s because she’s spent so much time here in the past six years that London has become like a second home for her. This will make London the city with the most tour dates of any other city on the Eras Tour.

<p>Miami’s Fourth of July celebrations are nothing short of spectacular, with red, white, and blue fireworks lighting up the night sky, reflecting off Biscayne Bay and the Miami city skyline. You can catch these incredible displays at Bayfront Park, Lummus Park, and North Beach Park, and enjoy a drone show at Peacock Park! </p><p>Whether you’re relaxing in a beach chair or dining at a fancy restaurant, there are plenty of spots to take in the sights. Plus, many venues host BBQ parties with delicious food and family-friendly activities to keep everyone entertained.</p><p><strong><a href="https://www.flannelsorflipflops.com/16-cities-with-the-worst-traffic-in-america/" rel="noreferrer noopener">Read more about Miami, a city with some of the worst traffic in America</a></strong></p>

Miami, Florida: October 18-20

Then we head back to America for some of the last dates she’ll be doing. People are saying that getting tickets to one of her nights in London would be cheaper or the same price. Think about it, tickets are reselling for thousands of dollars in Miami, whereas London’s tickets are forced to stay the same price when they are resold.

This means that you’ll experience traveling to a beautiful country while seeing the superstar of your dreams instead of going to a city in America where the price for accommodation and a ticket will most likely cost at least $2,000-$5,000 per person.

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New Orleans, Louisiana: October 25-27

Believe it or not, New Orleans is the most expensive city to buy tickets on the entire Eras Tour. Nosebleed seats are selling for upwards of $2,000 and getting more and more expensive as the dates get closer. She’ll be here for three nights at the Caesars Superdome, which holds 83,000 per night.

<p>This will be her last stop in America on the Eras Tour before heading to Canada to finish off the tour. She will spend three nights at the Lucas Oil Stadium, which holds 67,000 people.</p>

Indianapolis, Indiana: November 1-3

This will be her last stop in America on the Eras Tour before heading to Canada to finish off the tour. She will spend three nights at the Lucas Oil Stadium, which holds 67,000 people.

<p>Toronto offers a similar urban experience with its impressive skyline, a vibrant arts scene, and multicultural neighborhoods.</p>

Toronto, Canada: November 14-16, November 21-23

Finishing off the Eras Tour, Taylor Swift will be performing in two cities in Canada. She is starting in Toronto where she’ll be doing six nights! That means that Toronto will be tied for second for the city with the most tour dates (LA and Singapore also had six nights). Be aware that Toronto has the third slowest traffic in the world, so leave for the Rogers Centre as early as you can.

<p>Scotland’s compact, hilly capital is famous for its historic and cultural sites, including the Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, and the annual Edinburgh International Festival. It’s a city of literature, history, and vibrant festivals.</p><p>The Meadows, a large public park, is lined with cherry blossom trees, which create picturesque avenues in spring. Peak bloom is from late April to early May.</p>

Vancouver, Canada: December 6-8

To finish off the Eras Tour forever, we have Vancouver. If you were able to get tickets for one of these three nights, then consider yourself especially lucky. She will definitely be going all out on these dates, as they are her last ones. Who knows, you might even get a surprise announcement!

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<p>What do you think? Will she go back on what she said and release more tour dates for 2025? Are you going to any of the cities on this list? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for reading!</p>

What Do You Think?

What do you think? Will she go back on what she said and release more tour dates for 2025? Are you going to any of the cities on this list? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for reading!

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  • Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is on a hiatus until November after five months on the road.
  • The tour’s setlist features 44 songs, with two of those songs being rotated out for surprises each night.
  • Taylor continued the U.S. leg of the tour until the beginning of August, and will embark on a Latin American leg at the end of 2023.
  • In 2024, the Eras Tour will go International with months of dates overseas, as well as come back to North America for stops in USA and Canada!

It never ends — and honestly, it never should! The Eras Tour , featuring  Taylor Swift , began in Glendale, Arizona on March 17, 2023 and has continued with two or three shows nearly every week since! The tour’s first leg ended with four shows in Mexico City, Mexico on the last weekend of August 2023. Next up, Taylor will be continue with Latin America dates in November. In June 2023, she announced these tour dates, and by the end of the month, she confirmed more international shows in 2024.

But then, the dates just kept on coming! Days before wrapping up her USA portion of the tour in early August, Taylor announced she would be BACK stateside at the end of 2024, this time getting Canada into the mix as well! “Turns out it’s NOT the end of an era,” she teased on Instagram. “Miami, New Orleans, Indy and Toronto: The Eras Tour is coming to you in 2024 with Gracie Abrams !”

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Taylor spent months putting together this show for her fans. It is the singer’s first time touring since 2018, and expectations going into the tour were high. Since Taylor’s last tour, she’s released four new albums, as well as two re-recorded versions of old albums (with a third coming on July 7). Speculation about which tracks would actually make the show’s setlist had been rampant amongst fans since Taylor announced the tour in November 2022.

On opening night, Taylor proved that she would be taking the crowd throughout her entire catalog of music on this tour. She started out with the Lover era, and continued on from there, playing 44 songs in total throughout the evening. As the weeks and number of shows went on, fans found out that there would also be two songs that changed in the setlist each night. Taylor confirmed that these tracks would be different each night of the tour, unless she messed one of them up and had to perform it again at a later date. Find out everything we know about the setlist and tour below:

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Setlist

Taylor did her best to keep everything about this show under wraps until night one, but fans outside the stadium have got to hear SOME of the songs that she she would be playing beforehand. However, nothing prepared anyone for what Taylor brought out on night one. In addition to playings songs from throughout her career, Taylor also changes into a number of different outfits that represent each era throughout the show. Full setlist below:

  • “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince”
  • “Cruel Summer”
  • “You Need To Calm Down”
  • “The Archer”
  • “You Belong With Me”
  • “Love Story”
  • “Tis The Damn Season”**
  • “Champagne Problems”
  • “Tolerate It”
  • “…Ready For It?”
  • “Don’t Blame Me”
  • “Look What You Made Me Do”
  • “Enchanted”
  • “Long Live (Taylor’s Version)* (added after Kansas City, Night 1 on 7/7/23) 
  • “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
  • “I Knew You Were Trouble”
  • “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”
  • “Invisible String” // “The 1” ***
  • “The Last Great American Dynasty”
  • “Illicit Affairs”
  • “My Tears Ricochet”
  • “Blank Space”
  • “Shake It Off”
  • “Wildest Dreams”
  • “Bad Blood”
  • *secret song on acoustic guitar // changes each night**
  • *secret song at piano // changes each night**
  • “Lavender Haze”
  • “Anti-Hero”
  • “Midnight Rain”
  • “Vigilante S***”
  • “Bejeweled”
  • “Mastermind”

Although the show was specifically curated, there were some setlist changes even beyond the two secret songs throughout each show. ***During the third weekend of the tour on March 31, Taylor took “Invisible String” off the setlist from the Folklore era. She replaced the song with “The 1” from the same album.***

“Let one thing be said about the Eras Tour, You think you can just go online, you think you can just scroll and know the setlist?” Taylor told the crowd.” You think you can come prepared with your little flashcards in your pockets? ‘I know what’s next. I know what she wears next. I know what she sings next.’ Let it be said about the Eras tour — we’re tricksy! That’s what we are. We enjoy a good, healthy setlist hijinks.” **For the final three weekends of U.S. shows, Taylor took “Tis The Damn Season” off the setlist and replaced it with “No Body, No Crime (feat. HAIM),” who was the opening act for the tour during that run and joined her onstage to perform it.

The 33-year-old had hundreds of songs and ten albums to choose from when it came to curating this setlist. Since her last tour, she released the albums Lover, Folklore, Evermore and Midnights , as well as re-records of Fearless and Red . The re-records feature several new songs themselves, with additional tracks added that didn’t make the album cuts the first time around. One of those songs is the fan-favorite “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” which won a Grammy award and various other accolades, and made it on to the setlist in its entirety.

I’ll be feeling All Too Well after this performance! ❤️🧣🍂 @taylornation13 @taylorswift13 #GlendaleTSTheErasTour pic.twitter.com/q71wfA5u2C — Dill △⃒⃘ (Taylor’s Version) (@HazelPrince97) March 18, 2023

Eras Tour Secret Songs

Towards the end of the Eras Tour setlist, Taylor left two spots open for “secret songs”, which will change every night. One song is played on the acoustic guitar, while the other is played on piano. This is something that Taylor adopted during her Reputation tour in order to play more songs from her catalog that didn’t make it on the setlist.

During the first show of the Eras Tour, Taylor said that she was going to try and change up the secret songs at every show. With 42 other songs on the original setlist, she still had dozens of tracks to choose from when it came to the secret songs, so there was no shortage of options. See the list of secret songs below:

  • Glendale, AZ, Night 1 — “Tim McGraw” and “Mirrorball”
  • Glendale, AZ, Night 2 — “State Of Grace” and “This Is Me Trying”
  • Las Vegas, NV, Night 1 — “Our Song” and “Snow On The Beach”
  • Las Vegas, NV, Night 2 — “Cowboy Like Me” (with  Marcus Mumford ) and “White Horse”
  • Arlington, TX, Night 1 — “Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “Ours”
  • Arlington, TX, Night 2 — “Death By A Thousand Cuts” and “Clean”
  • Arlington, TX, Night 3 — “Jump Then Fall” and “The Lucky One”
  • Tampa, FL, Night 1 — “Speak Now” and “Treacherous”
  • Tampa, FL, Night 2 — “The Great War” (with  Aaron Dessner ) and “You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • Tampa, FL, Night 3 — “Mad Woman” (with  Aaron Dessner ) and “Mean”
  • Houston, TX, Night 1 — “Wonderland” and “You’re Not Sorry”
  • Houston, TX, Night 2 — “A Place In This World” and “Today Was A Fairytale”
  • Houston, TX, Night 3 — “Cold As You” and “Begin Again”
  • Atlanta, GA, Night 1 — “The Other Side of the Door” and “Coney Island”
  • Atlanta, GA, Night 2 — “High Infidelity” and “Gorgeous”
  • Atlanta, GA, Night 3 — “I Bet You Think About Me” and “How You Get The Girl”
  • Nashville, TN, Night 1 — “Sparks Fly” and “Teardrops On My Guitar”
  • Nashville, TN, Night 2 — “Out of the Woods” and “Fifteen”
  • Nashville, TN, Night 3 — “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” (with  Aaron Dessner ) and “Mine”
  • Philadelphia, PA, Night 1 — “Come Back…Be Here” and “Gold Rush”
  • Philadelphia, PA, Night 2 — “Forever & Always” and “This Love”
  • Philadelphia, PA, Night 3 — “Hey Stephen” and “The Best Day”
  • Foxborough, MA, Night 1 — “Should’ve Said No” and “Better Man”
  • Foxborough, MA, Night 2 — “Question…?” and “Invisible”
  • Foxborough, MA, Night 3 — “I Think He Knows” and “Red”
  • East Rutherford, NJ, Night 1 — “Getaway Car” and “Maroon”
  • East Rutherford, NJ, Night 2 — “Holy Ground” and “False God”
  • East Rutherford, NJ, Night 3 — “Welcome to New York” and “Clean”
  • Chicago, IL Night 1 — “I Wish You Would” and “The Lakes”
  • Chicago, IL, Night 2 — “You All Over Me” (with  Maren Morris ) and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”
  • Chicago, IL, Night 3 — “Hits Different” and “The Moment I Knew”
  • Detroit, MI, Night 1 — “Haunted” and “I Almost Do”
  • Detroit, MI, Night 2 — “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Breathe”
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Night 1 — “Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time”
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Night 2 — “Seven” (with Aaron Dessner ) and “The Story Of Us (Taylor’s Version)”
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota, Night 1 — “Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie”
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota, Night 2 — “Dear John” and “Daylight”
  • Cincinnati, Ohio, Night 1 — “Evermore” and “I’m Only Me When I’m With You”
  • Cincinnati, Ohio, Night 2 — “Ivy” (with  Aaron Dessner ) and “Call It What You Want” plus “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” with Gracie Abrams
  • Kansas City, Missouri, Night 1 —  “Never Grow Up“ and “When Emma Falls in Love (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)”
  • Kansas City, Missouri, Night 2 — “Last Kiss (Taylor’s Version)” and “Dorothea”
  • Denver, Colorado, Night 1 — “Picture To Burn” and “Timeless (Taylor’s Version)”
  • Denver, Colorado, Night 2 — “Starlight” and “Back To December”
  • Seattle, Washington, Night 1 — “Everything Has Changed” and “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”
  • Seattle, Washington, Night 2 — “Tied Together With A Smile” and “Message In A Bottle”
  • Santa Clara, Night 1 — “Right Where You Left Me With Aaron” and “Castles Crumbling”
  • Santa Clara, Night 2 — “Stay, Stay, Stay” and “All Of The Girls You Loved Before”
  • Los Angeles, Night 1 — “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version)” and “Maroon”
  • Los Angeles, Night 2 — “Our Song” and “You Are In Love”
  • Los Angeles, Night 3 — “Death By A Thousand Cuts” and “You’re On Your Own, Kid”
  • Los Angeles, Night 4 — “Dress” and “Exile”
  • Los Angeles, Night 5 — “I Know Places” and “King Of My Heart”
  • Los Angeles, Night 6 — “New Romantics” and “New Year’s Day”
  • Mexico City, Night 1 — “I Forgot That You Existed” and “Sweet Nothing”
  • Mexico City, Night 2 — “Tell Me Why” and “Snow On The Beach”
  • Mexico City, Night 3 — “Cornelia Street” and “You’re On Your Own, Kid”
  • Mexico City, Night 4 — “Afterglow” and “Maroon”

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Dates

When Taylor first announced her Eras tour, she confirmed that the first leg would include 27 dates in the United States throughout spring and summer 2023. Of course, demand for the tickets was extremely high, so she doubled the amount of shows.

From the very beginning, fans knew that there would be more to come, too. In Taylor’s announcement post on Instagram , she made it clear that this was just the tour’s first leg. Plus, back in October 2022, the UK Store on Taylor’s website confirmed that dates in England were coming. Fans who preordered Taylor’s album Midnights in the store were given a “special presale code access for forthcoming and yet-to-be-announced UK show dates.” Subsequent legs of the tour have not been confirmed.

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For the first leg of the tour, Taylor enlisted various opening acts. Two opening acts from the list will play at each show. The openers are:  HAIM, Paramore, Phoebe Bridgers, Gracie Abrams, GAYLE, Beabadoobee, Girl In Red, MUNA,  and  Owenn . See the US tour dates below:

March 17 & 18, 2023 — State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona March 24 & 25, 2023 — Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada March 31, April 1 & 2, 2023 — AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas April 13, 14 & 15, 2023 — Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida April 21, 22 & 23, 2023 — NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas April 28, 29 & 30, 2023 — Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atanta, Georgia May 5, 6 & 7, 2023 — Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee May 12, 13 & 14, 2023 — Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania May 19, 20 & 21, 2023 — Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts May 26, 27 & 28, 2023 — MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey June 2, 3 & 4, 2023 — Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois June 9 & 10, 2023 — Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan June 16 & 17, 2023 — Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June 23 & 24, 2023 — U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota June 30 & July 1, 2023 — Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio July 7 & 8, 2023 — Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri July 14 & 15, 2023 — Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado July 22 & 23, 2023 — Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington July 28 & 29, 2023 — Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California August 3, 4, 5, 7 8, & 9, 2023 — SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California

On June 2, 2023, Taylor announced Latin America dates with Sabrina Carpenter via Instagram . “Really thrilled to tell you this!! Mexico, Argentina and Brazil: We are bringing The Eras Tour to you this year!” Taylor wrote in her caption. “Sweet angel princess @sabrinacarpenter will be joining us on all of the shows! Visit taylorswift.com/tour for more information on your registrations, pre-sales and on-sales.” She also teased that there will be “LOTS more international dates to come soon, promise!”

August 24, 25, 26 & 27, 2023 — Foro Sol in Mexico City, Mexico November 9, 10 & 11, 2023 — Estadio Más Monumental in Buenos Aires, Argentina November 17, 18, & 19, 2023 — Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil November 24, 25 & 26, 2023 — Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil

Then, on June 20, she confirmed more international dates. “EXCUSE ME HI I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY,” she wrote . “I can’t wait to see so many of you on The Eras Tour next year at these new international dates.” Sabrina was also confirmed as the opener for the Australian shows. On July 5, Taylor added even more international dates due to high demand. She also confirmed that  Paramore would be the opening act for all of the international shows after Sabrina’s run.

“Really can’t contain my excitement because…we’re adding 14 new shows to The Eras Tour,” Taylor gushed. “And I get to travel the world doing shows with Paramore.  Hayley Williams and I have been friends since we were teens in Nashville and now we get to frolic around the UK/Europe next summer??? I’m screaming???” See the full list of 2024 dates below:

February 7, 8, 9 & 10, 2024 — Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan February 16, 17, & 19, 2024 — Melbourne Cricket Grounds in Melbourne, Australia February 23, 24, 25 & 26, 2024 — Accor Stadium in Sydney Australia March 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 & 9, 2024 — National Stadium in Singapore May 9, 10, 11 & 12, 2024 — La Defense Arena in Paris, France May 17, 18 & 19, 2024 — Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden May 24 & 25, 2024 — Estadio de Luz in Lisbon, Portugal May 30, 2024 — Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain June 2 & 3, 2024 — Groupama Stadium in Lyon, France Jun 7, 8 & 9, 2024 — BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, United Kingdom June 13, 14 & 15, 2024 — Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, United Kingdom June 18, 2024 — Principality Stadium in Cardiff, United Kingdom June 21, 22 & 23, 2024 — Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom June 28, 29 & 30, 2024 — Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland July 4, 5 & 6, 2024 — Johan Caruijff Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands July 9 & 10, 2024 — Stadium Letsigrund Zurich in Zurich, Switzerland July 13 & 14, 2024 — San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy July 17, 18 & 19, 2024 — Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany July 23 & 24, 2024 — Volksparkstadion in Hamburg, Germany July 27 & 29, 2024 — Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany August 1, 2 & 3, 2024 — PGE Narodowy in Warsaw, Poland August 8, 9 & 10, 2024 — Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria August 15, 16 & 17, 2024 — Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom

October 18,19, & 20, 2024 — Miami, Florida October 24, 26, & 27, 2023 — New Orleans, Louisiana November 01, 02 & 03 — Indianapolis, Indiana November 14,15 16,21,22,23 — Toronto, Ontario  

Taylor Swift Ticketmaster Controversy

When tickets for the Eras Tour went on sale, there was an unprecedented demand. Before the on-sale date, fans were able to sign up for a “verified fan” code, which was Ticketmaster’s attempt at eliminating bots from purchasing tickets. A lottery-style drawing was done, giving only a select number of fans pre-sale codes to purchase tickets.

Despite hundreds of thousands of fans not receiving codes and being put on a “waitlist,” Ticketmaster still crashed when hoards of Swifties flocked to the site on the Nov. 15 pre-sale date. Millions of people attempted to log into the sale at the same time, causing the site to crash. The chairman of Live Nation later revealed that 14 million fans were attempting to sign on at once, despite Ticketmaster only expecting 1.5 million based on the codes that had been given out.

Ticketmaster was forced to cancel the regular on-sale for the concert, due to lack of tickets remaining. Thousands of fans were not able to get tickets to the tour, leading to outrage and backlash against Ticketmaster. On Nov. 18, Taylor took to her Instagram Story to address the situation . She specifically called out Ticketmaster for not being able to handle the demand of the situation, despite assuring her that it would be covered.

“It goes without saying that I’m extremely protective of my fans,” Taylor wrote. “We’ve been doing this for decades together and over the years, I’ve brought so many elements of my career in house. I’ve done this SPECIFICALLY to improve the quality of my fans’ experience by doing it myself with my team who care as much about my fans as I do. It’s really difficult for me to trust an outside entity with these relationships and loyalties, and excruciating for me to just watch mistakes happen with no recourse. There are a multitude of reasons why people had such a hard time trying to get tickets and I’m trying to figure out how this situation can be improved moving forward. I’m not going to make excuses for anyone because we asked them, multiple times, if they could handle this kind of demand and we were assured they could. It’s truly amazing that 2.4 million people got tickets, but it really pisses me off that a lot of them feel like they went through several bear attacks to get them. And to those who didn’t get tickets, all I can say is that my hope is to provide more opportunities for us all to get together and sing these songs. Thank you for wanting to be there. You have no idea how much that means.”

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That same day, Ticketmaster apologized for the fiasco in a statement on its website. The company apologized specifically to Taylor and her fans, while also attempting to explain how things got so out of control. Ticketmaster included statistics to show just how many people were coming to the site to purchase tickets, and explained how this astronomical number was different than what they’ve experienced in the past. “Historically, around 40% of [verified] fans [with presale codes] actually show up and most purchase an average of 3 tickets,” the post explained. “Around 1.5 million [of 3.5 million who signed up] people were sent codes to join the on-sale for all 52 dates.”

The post continued, “This time, the staggering number of bot attacks, as well as fans who didn’t have codes, drove unprecedented traffic on our site, resulting in 3.5 BILLION total system requests.” The company also assured fans that they were “always working to improve the ticket buying experience.”

In Jan. 2023, Ticketmaster/Live Nation faced a Senate hearing about whether or not its monopoly on the ticket-buying industry is what led to this controversy. During the hearing, the CEO of Live Nation once again apologized to Taylor and her fans. “We need to do better and will do better,” he insisted, per  Associated Press . The Ticketmaster higher-ups were grilled by the Senate during the hearing, and many Senators even pulled out Taylor Swift song lyrics to make their points. It remains to be seen whether or not this hearing will have any effect on the company in the future.

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Taylor Swift Across the Globe: The Best International Moments From the Eras Tour

By Rolling Stone

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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has been one of the biggest pop music events of the last couple of years — and it’s only gotten bigger as Swift has taken the show across the world. More Swifties have been able to come out and see the pop icon as she’s bounced to and from every corner of the globe, playing massive sold-out stadiums in Europe, Latin America, and more. Even celebrities have turned out to catch the Eras tour in new countries and cities: Prince William stopped by with George and Charlotte in London, Blackpink’s Lisa hung out in Singapore, and Katy Perry sang along in Australia. Along with some all-star attendees, the international leg of the tour has also been full of giant surprises, brand new song mash-ups, and onstage guests — including Travis Kelce himself, who made an appearance in Wembley. Here are the very best international moments of the tour.

Travis Kelce Makes His Eras Tour Debut

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 23: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS) EXCLUSIVE ACCESS. Taylor Swift is joined on stage by Travis Kelce (R), during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Wembley Stadium on June 23, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management )

It was already a big deal to see Travis Kelce’s family travel to Europe for the Wembley shows, but no one could have imagined that the Super Bowl champion himself would make his stage debut. Each night before singing “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart,” Swift and her dancers do a vaudevillian pantomime of the star being forced to get ready and perform. Suddenly, there was Kelce alongside the dancers in a top hat and tuxedo, gleefully helping his pop star partner get ready by carrying her to a couch and putting makeup on her face. Kelce even added a jazzy little hop-and-kick to the mix. Swift couldn’t help but break character, giggling a bit as her athletic beau channeled his theater kid side. — B.S.

Taylor Marks All Her Songs ‘Fair Game’ at the Last Show of 2023

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 24: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS.) Taylor Swift performs onstage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Allianz Parque on November 24, 2023 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management )

In 2023, Swift set a personal goal to explore her entire discography for the surprise song set and switch up the two selections each night. But for the final show in São Paulo, the singer threw out these rules and announced that all her songs were “fair game” in 2024. Finally, fans didn’t have to worry about “losing” their favorite track at a show they didn’t have tickets to. — M.G.

Taylor Races From Tokyo to the Super Bowl

TOKYO, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 07: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift performs onstage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Tokyo Dome on February 7, 2024 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Christopher Jue/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management  )

As soon as Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs made it to the Super Bowl, the world wanted to know if Swift would be there. The major thing stopping her? A sold-out Eras tour stop in Tokyo, Japan, a seven-hour time change between Tokyo and Las Vegas, and the 12-hour flight. Everyone weighed in on the logistical nightmare and Swift’s ability to defy all odds and support her boyfriend in person. The Japanese Embassy even put out a statement assuring fans it was completely possible, saying, “anyone concerned can be Fearless in knowing that this talented performer can wow Japanese audiences and still make it to Las Vegas.” — M.G.

Paul McCartney Dances With Fans During “But Daddy I Love Him”

Boston, MA - June 7: Paul McCartney in concert at Fenway Park in Boston on June 7, 2022. (Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

The Wembley Stadium shows were packed with special guests who traded bracelets with fans and screamed along from the VIP tent. But it was none other than Paul McCartney who dared to join the crowd. With his daughters by his side, the Beatle joyfully danced with a group of extremely lucky Swifties during “But Daddy, I Love Him.” McCartney is all too familiar with the screams of hundreds of thousands of girls filling a stadium, and he looked just as comfortable joining them on the floor as he does when he’s up on that stage himself. — B.S.

Taylor Unleashes the Most Chaotic Surprise Song Mash-ups of Our Wildest Dreams

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 21: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY AND NO COMMERCIAL USE AT ANY TIME. NO USE ON PUBLICATION COVERS.) Taylor Swift performs onstage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Wembley Stadium on June 21, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

Once Swift shook up the rules to her Surprise Song set, the singer started piecing together tracks and creating unhinged mash-ups. From blending seemingly unrelated songs like “Getaway Car,” “August,” and the “The Other Side of the Door” together to pairing tracks from the same era like “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” and “Dress,” the mash-ups seem to have no rhyme or reason, just the goal to create chaos and inspire new lore amongst Swifties. — M.G.

Taylor Dedicates “Clara Bow” to Her Twin Flame Stevie Nicks

DUBLIN, IRELAND - JUNE 28: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift performs on stage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Aviva Stadium on June 28, 2024 in Dublin, Ireland.  (Photo by Charles McQuillan/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management )

Swift put her special bond with the one and only Stevie Nicks on full display by dedicating the referential “Clara Bow” to Nicks while she was in the audience at the show in Dublin. When Swift sang the line “You look like Stevie Nicks,” the crowd went wild — and the rock goddess caught the whole thing on her iPhone from the VIP tent. Swift followed the TTPD track with “You’re On Your Own Kid,” a song that Nicks holds dear to her heart for how it helped her deal with losing Fleetwood Mac bandmate Christine McVie. — M.G.

Blackpink’s Lisa Swaps Friendship Bracelets in Singapore

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - March 14: Lisa of Blackpink attends Bulgari's first "Bulgari Studio" launch event at Grande Walkerhill Seoul in Gwangjin-gu on March 14, 2024 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images)

Blackpink’s Lisa was ready for it when she showed up at the Eras tour in Singapore rocking a Reputation -inspired outfit and trading friendship bracelets with the audience of Swifties. The K-pop singer even met Swift backstage after the show and recapped the memorable night with an Instagram photo dump . — M.G.

Andrew Scott and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Sprint Back to Stage When “Style” Comes on

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 12: (L-R) Andrew Scott and Phoebe Waller-Bridge attend the 25th Annual Critics' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on January 12, 2020 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Critics Choice Association)

Not only did fans of Fleabag get a reunion — but they got one at the Eras Tour. During night three of Swift’s Wembley Stadium dates in London, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Andrew Scott were spotted dancing in the VIP tent and exchanging friendship bracelets. But the moment that caught the internet’s attention was seeing the pair fleeing the tent and instantly sprinting back when they heard the opening chords of “Style.” Celebs, they’re just like us. — I.K.

Taylor Officially Adds ‘Tortured Poets’ to Eras Setlist

PARIS, FRANCE - MAY 11: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS.) Taylor Swift performs onstage during night three of "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at La Defense on May 11, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management  )

Chaos ensued on the opening night of the Eras European leg in Paris as Swift started cutting songs from the setlist and rearranging different sections without explanation. But it all made sense when she emerged onstage in a white gown from the “Fortnight” music video to officially bring The Tortured Poets Department to the tour. Swift debuted “But Daddy I Love Him,” “So High School,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?,” “Down Bad,” “Fortnight,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,” and “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart” live and made them setlist staples for the remaining Eras shows. — M.G.

Hayley Williams Brings Haunting Melodies to ‘Castles Crumbling’

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 22: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY AND NO COMMERCIAL USE AT ANY TIME. NO USE ON PUBLICATION COVERS.) Taylor Swift (R) and Hayley Williams of Paramore perform a duet on stage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Wembley Stadium on June 22, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management )

“You’re my longest music friend,” Hayley Williams told Swift as they shared a piano bench to sing their duet from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) . The pair made Swemo dreams come true as they gushed over each other and their decades-long friendship. Williams even brought the stadium back to 2010 by wearing a purple dress and scribbling lyrics down her arm with a Sharpie marker — a classic look from Swift’s 2010 Speak Now World Tour . — M.G.

Taylor Changes “Karma” Lyrics In Nod to Travis Kelce

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA - NOVEMBER 09: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift performs onstage during " Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Estadio Más Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti on November 09, 2023 in Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal. (Photo by Marcelo Endelli/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

It was exciting enough when Swift’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, traveled to Argentina to watch the singer bring the Eras Tour to South America. But people lost it when Swift swapped the lyrics in closing number “Karma” and sang “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs” in a nod to her NFL player boyfriend (a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs.) The excitement from the crowd almost created another Swiftquake — and the Midnights track did see a notable jump in streams following the live moment. — M.G.

Taylor Meets Prince William

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 11: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Prince William, Prince of Wales attends the 2024 Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on March 11, 2024 in London, England. The Commonwealth represents a global network of 56 countries with a combined population of 2.5 billion people, of which over 60 per cent are under 30 years old. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

Thanks to the Eras Tour, the world discovered Prince William is also a Swiftie. After attending the first night of Swift’s string of Wembley Stadium dates to ring in his 42nd birthday, the Prince of Wales — along with children George and Charlotte — posed for selfies with the pop megastar. While he shared one image on social media , Swift shared another , which featured her NFL beau Travis Kelce. Some luckier fans even saw Prince William rocking out to “Shake It Off” during the show. — I.K.

The Live Debut of “Crazier” After 15 Years

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - JUNE 07: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift performs at Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium on June 07, 2024 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management )

“You get extra credit points if you know this next song at all… It’s really old,” Swift quipped in Edinburg before breaking into a piano rendition of the love song “Crazier.” The track was included in the 2009 film Hannah Montana: The Movie . Since her cameo in the movie, Swift hasn’t played the song  live — until the Eras Tour. To make the live debut even better, Swift mashed up  “Crazier” with another flawless B-side, “All of the Girls” from the Lover era. It was a moment that left several Swifties in attendance, and offline, screaming and spinning around. — M.G.

Sabrina Carpenter Joins in Latin America and Asia

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 16: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS Sabrina Carpenter performs on stage at Melbourne Cricket Ground on February 16, 2024 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Graham Denholm/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

It’s impossible not to tie the beginning of Sabrina Carpenter’s pop dominance to her co-sign from Taylor Swift, so it made sense that for the Latin America, Australia, and Asia run of the Eras Tour, Swift welcomed Carpenter onstage. “Espresso” and “Please Please Please” may have still been in the vault, but these performances let the Emails I Can’t Send pop star connect with Swift’s vast audience. And where better to connect to a devoted fanbase than in Latin America, Asia and Australia? — T.M.

Hugh Grant Thanks Taylor and Boyfriend

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 10: Hugh Grant attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Warner Bros. "Wonka" at Regency Village Theatre on December 10, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Hugh Grant had a night on the town with his family at the Eras Tour. While attending the second night of Swift’s Wembley Stadium concerts, he apparently enjoyed some tequila shots with the pop star’s boyfriend Travis Kelce and had fun with some friendship bracelets. After the show, Grant penned a sweet note to Swift on X that said, “Dear @taylorswift13 , You have an incredible show, an amazing and v hospitable team and excellent if gigantic boyfriend ( #tequilashots .). Thanks so much from one ageing London boy, wife and thrilled 8 year old #halfgirlhalfbracelet .” — I.K.

Griff’s Debut at The Eras Tour

LUTON, ENGLAND - MAY 25: Griff performs at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2024 on May 25, 2024 in Luton, England. (Photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

For more than three years, rising pop star Griff has been on Taylor Swift’s radar. Swift gave Griff’s stripped-down track “Shades of Yellow” a shoutout , the pair met and took a sweet photo together at the 2021 BRITs , and last fall, Swift promoted Griff’s single synth-pop anthem “Vertigo.” Fans suspected something could be brewing between the pair — and they were right. Griff opened the second night of her Wembley Stadium Eras Tour dates in London. For the special performance, Griff — who has made many of her costumes over the years — even crafted a dress in honor of Swift’s TTPD track “But Daddy I Love Him.” — I.K.

Tom Cruise Exchanges Friendship Bracelets

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JULY 10:  Tom Cruise attends the "Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One" New York Premiere at Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center on July 10, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Tom Cruise left his action-hero career behind for one night to join the Swifties. The actor was spotted at night two of the Wembley Stadium Eras Tour dates where he could be seen enjoying the concert from the VIP tent. But like any good Swift fan, Cruise joined in on the fun and was seen exchanging friendship bracelets with fans. — I.K.

Gracie Abrams Returns to the Surprise Song Stage to Debut “Us”

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 23: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift and Gracie Abrams perform on stage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Wembley Stadium on June 23, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management )

Gracie Abrams spent most of 2023 as an Eras Tour opener, and fans kept wondering when the two would perform their new duet “Us.” On the third night of Swift’s Wembley run, Abrams was spotted in the VIP tent. She ended up joining Swift during the “surprise song” part of the show for a special piano-and-guitar performance of “Us.,” which appears on Abrams’ latest album The Story of Us . This marked the second time they’ve duetted together during the surprise song portion: Swift previously invited Abrams to sing “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” during a show in Ohio after weather forced Abrams’ opening slot to be cut that night. — B.S.

Katy Perry Sings Along to ‘Bad Blood’

Katy Perry at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on April 1, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Gilbert Flores/Billboard via Getty Images)

During the Sydney stop of the Eras Tour in late February, Taylor Swift had an “old friend” in the audience: Katy Perry. The Teenage Dream singer shared a selfie video singing along to “Bad Blood,” the track Swift allegedly wrote about her while they were feuding and had been (as Swift told Rolling Stone in 2014) “straight-up enemies.” The pair even shared a photo together after the show: “Got to see an old friend shine tonight,” Perry wrote about Swift. — T.M.

Taylor Announces an Actual End to The Eras Tour

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - JUNE 13: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift performs on stage during "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at Anfield on June 13, 2024 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

Even the best things must come to the end, and Swift acknowledged as much when she announced the official end of the Eras Tour. During the surprise song set in Liverpool, Swift announced that the tour would finish in December, after the second U.S. leg finishes. — M.G.

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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)."

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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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