Taylor Swift has embarked on her sixth headlining concert tour, The Eras Tour. The tour kicked off on Friday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The 52-date event marks the pop star’s first tour in almost five years after her Reputation Stadium Tour in 2018.
While announcing the concerts, Swift had said that her performances would be ‘a journey through all of my musical eras.’ Fans were then wondering what would the setlist for the Eras Tour look like. The setlist has now been confirmed after the opening concert.
Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour Setlist
At her concert in Arizona, the 33 year old singer performed songs from all of her 10 studio albums, giving a glimpse of each era. The setlist included 44 songs and included tracks from Swift’s four new albums, which have been released since her last tour in 2018. Check out the complete setlist below:
Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
You Need To Calm Down
You Belong With Me
‘Tis The Damn Season
…Ready For It?
Don’t Blame Me
Look What You Made Me Do
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
I Knew You Were Trouble
All Too Well (10 Minute Version)
The Last Great American Dynasty
My Tears Ricochet
Shake It Off
The Eras is a 52-Date Tour
Swift is performing at venues across the US on multiple dates. After beginning the tour in Glendale, Arizona, on March 17 and 18, she will perform in Las Vegas for two nights before moving to Arlington, Texas, for three shows. She will then have three concerts in Tampa, Florida, three in Houston, Texas, and Atlanta, Georgia.
In May, Swift will be performing in three shows each in Nashville, Tennessee; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Foxborough, Massachusetts; and East Rutherford, New Jersey. The June venues include Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Cincinnati, Ohio.
The singer will also have shows in Kansas City, Missouri; Denver, Colorado; Seattle, Washington; and Santa Clara, California. She will conclude the tour with five concerts at SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, at the beginning of August.
Swift Broke the Record for the Most Tickets Sold in a Single Day with The Eras Tour
The tickets for the concerts went on sale in November last year. On the very first day, 2.4 million tickets were sold, which was a new record for the ‘most concert tickets sold by an artist in a single day.’ Ticketmaster’s website crashed at the time due to ‘historically unprecedented demand with millions showing up.’
The incident led to a debate over ‘the lack of competition in the ticketing industry,’ and even Congress had to hold a hearing over the issue. Swift’s earlier concert tour, the Lover Fest, was canceled due to the covid pandemic.
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