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Here’s Taylor Swift’s 44 Songs Setlist For The Eras Tour

After nearly five years of anticipation, Taylor Swift embarked on her spectacular world tour so far, she has wasted no time in treating her audience to a mesmerizing journey through her musical evolution.

With four new albums and two re-recorded albums released since her last tour in 2018, Taylor has an incredible repertoire of over 200 songs to choose from. Crafting the perfect setlist for The Eras Tour is no easy task, considering the vast range of musical styles and eras she has explored throughout her career. However, Taylor rises to the challenge, curating a three-hour extravaganza that leaves no stone unturned.

At the opening show in Glendale last March, she delivered a staggering 44 tracks in a span of three hours and 15 minutes. While not all songs are performed in their entirety, Taylor expertly weaves together shortened versions and captivating interludes to create a seamless and unforgettable concert experience.

Comparing the setlist of The Eras Tour to her previous tours, it’s evident that Taylor has truly outdone herself this time. On The Reputation Tour, she performed a total of 19 tracks, including impressive mashups that incorporated her older hits. The 1989 World Tour featured 18 songs, while The Red Tour and The Speak Now World Tour showcased 17 songs each. The Eras Tour, with its extensive setlist, offers a comprehensive musical journey through Taylor’s evolution as an artist.

To keep the element of surprise alive, Taylor announced that the setlist might undergo changes as the tour progresses. This flexibility ensures that each leg of the tour brings a unique experience for fans worldwide.

As with her previous tours, Taylor delights her audience by incorporating surprise acoustic performances into The Eras Tour. For each show, she treats fans to two additional songs from her discography, adding a touch of spontaneity and excitement to the already electrifying atmosphere. From emotional renditions of Sad Beautiful Tragic to nostalgic throwbacks like Our Song, these surprises leave fans craving for more.

Furthermore, special collaborations elevate the concert experience even further. Taylor invited Phoebe Bridgers to perform Nothing New during the Red (TV) section, creating an unforgettable moment of musical synergy. On select nights, she welcomed Ice Spice to the stage, joining her in a powerful rendition of Karma to celebrate their newly released version of the song.

Now, with her announcing more shows for the upcoming UK/Europe tour, we thought it would be nice to let all European Swifties prepare with the tour’s setlist:

  1. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince (shortened)
  2. Cruel Summer
  3. The Man
  4. You Need To Calm Down (shortened)
  5. Lover
  6. The Archer
  7. Fearless (shortened)
  8. You Belong With Me
  9. Love Story
  10. tis the damn season
  11. willow
  12. marjorie (shortened)
  13. champagne problems
  14. tolerate it
  15. …Ready For It?
  16. Delicate
  17. Don’t Blame Me
  18. Look What You Made Me Do
  19. Enchanted
  20. 22
  21. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  22. I Knew You Were Trouble
  23. All Too Well (10 Minute Version)
  24. invisible string*
  25. betty
  26. the last great american dynasty
  27. august
  28. illicit affairs (shortened)
  29. my tears ricochet
  30. cardigan
  31. Style
  32. Blank Space
  33. Shake It Off
  34. Wildest Dreams (shortened)
  35. Bad Blood (shortened)
  36. Surprise Acoustic Song
  37. Surprise Acoustic Song
  38. Lavender Haze
  39. Anti-Hero
  40. Midnight Rain
  41. Vigilante Shit
  42. Bejeweled
  43. Mastermind
  44. Karma

*Note: ‘invisible string’ was replaced by ‘the 1’ from March 31st onwards. However, ‘the 1’ returned on May 6th in Nashville night 2, while ‘invisible string’ made a comeback on May 7th.

Throughout the tour, Taylor has also incorporated surprise acoustic performances into the setlist, adding an element of spontaneity and excitement. Some of the surprise songs performed so far include mirrorball, Tim McGraw, this is me trying, State of Grace, Our Song, Snow on the Beach, and many more.

As The Eras Tour progresses, fans can expect slight variations in the setlist, ensuring a unique experience for each leg of the tour. Taylor Swift continues to captivate audiences with her unparalleled talent and the extraordinary journey through her musical eras.

Which song do you hope to hear on the tour? Let us know!

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Eva van den Bosch Head Editor, Photographer
Eva van den Bosch combines concert photography with a prominent editorial role at Strife Mag.