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The Eras Tour is the ongoing sixth worldwide concert tour by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. The tour is in support of all of Swift's studio albums, with emphasis on her most recent albums: Lover (2019), Folklore (2020), Evermore (2020), Midnights (2022), and The Tortured Poets Department (2024).

Background[]

Pre-sale codes were released for UK tour dates on Monday, October 17, 2022, coming with the purchase of a pre-ordered album of Midnights.

On November 1, 2022, Swift announced that she would be going back on tour on Good Morning America with Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN as opening acts.

I’m enchanted to announce my next tour: Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour, a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!) The first leg of the tour will be in stadiums across the US, with international dates to be announced as soon as we can! Feeling like the luckiest person alive because I get to take these brilliant artists out on tour with me: Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams and OWENN. I can’t WAIT to see your gorgeous faces out there. It’s been a long time coming.

—Taylor Swift

A first batch of additional dates for the US Leg were announced on November 4, 2022, with eight new shows. On November 11, 2022, Swift announced a second batch of seventeen additional shows.

The tour began on March 17, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona and is set to conclude on December 8, 2024, in Vancouver, Canada.

On June 2, 2023, Swift announced the Latin American dates of the Eras Tour, with Sabrina Carpenter as the opening act. A third show in Buenos Aires was announced on June 6, hours after the public sale commenced, due to high demand. Additional shows in Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo were announced on June 12.

On May 27, 2024, Swift announced that three out of the 8 London Eras Tour dates would feature, METTE, Griff, and Benson Boone preforming as openers along with Paramore.[1]

Stage[]

The stage for The Eras Tour is a long catwalk going approximately halfway through the floor section (depending on the stadium’s size) with a diamond in the middle, leaving space for Swift and her dancers to perform, and forming a T shape at the end.

During the show, a lift moves in the center of the diamond-shaped portion of the stage according to the song. The lift and the entirety of the stage is covered in LED panels. The main screen is a classic rectangle-shaped screen divided in three main panels.

After she has performed the surprise songs between the The Tortured Poets Department and Midnights sections, a hole on the T-shaped stage will open, and Taylor will dive into it and "swim" towards the main stage. There are visual and sound effects simulating a swimming pool.

Promotional images[]

Setlist[]

Setlist breakdown[]

March 2023 - March 2024[]

The setlist is divided into 10 distinct acts, each representing one of Swift's 10 studio albums. The show opens with the Lover act, which starts off with the chorus of "Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince" leading into "Cruel Summer". Swift then performs "The Man"; "You Need To Calm Down"; "Lover", on guitar; and "The Archer". Act 2 is Fearless, in which "Fearless", "You Belong With Me" and "Love Story" are performed. Act 3 is evermore, which starts with "'tis the damn season" or "no body, no crime" (performed with HAIM at shows that they opened), followed by "willow"; "marjorie"; "champagne problems", on piano; and "tolerate it". The fourth act is reputation, in which "...Ready For It?", "Delicate", "Don't Blame Me", and "Look What You Made Me Do" are performed. Swift performs "Enchanted" and "Long Live" (the latter of which was added on July 7th, 2023) for the fifth act, representing Speak Now, followed by the sixth act, Red, with the performances of "22", "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", " "I Knew You Were Trouble", and "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)". "Nothing New" was additionally performed during this act with Phoebe Bridgers during shows that she opened. Act 7 represents her 2020 pandemic album folklore, where "the 1" or "invisible string"; "betty"; "the last great american dynasty"; "august", into the bridge of "illicit affairs"; "my tears ricochet", and "cardigan" are performed. In Act 8, Swift performs 5 of her biggest hits from her 2014 pop album 1989: "Style", "Blank Space", "Shake It Off", "Wildest Dreams", and "Bad Blood". In Act 9, Swift performs two surprise songs from any of her albums, one on guitar followed by one on piano. The show is closed with Act 10, which represents Midnights, Swift's second-latest studio album, featuring "Lavender Haze", "Anti-Hero", "Midnight Rain", "Vigilante Shit", "Bejeweled", "Mastermind", and "Karma".

May 2024 onward[]

The setlist is divided into 10 distinct acts, each representing one or two of Swift's 11 studio albums. The first act represents Lover, which Swift opens with the chorus of "Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince" followed by an energetic performance of "Cruel Summer". Swift then performs "The Man" and "You Need To Calm Down", followed by "Lover" on guitar. The next set is Fearless, with performances of "Fearless", "You Belong With Me", and "Love Story". This is followed by the Red act, in which "22", "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", "I Knew You Were Trouble", and "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" are performed. After this, Swift returns for the Speak Now set in which she performs "Enchanted". The Reputation set is next, containing performances of "...Ready For It?", "Delicate", "Don't Blame Me", and "Look What You Made Me Do". Next is a joint folklore-evermore set in which Swift performs "cardigan", "betty", "champagne problems" on piano, "august", the bridge of "illicit affairs", "my tears ricochet", "marjorie", and "willow". Next is the act representing Swift's 2014 album 1989, in which she performs "Style", "Blank Space", "Shake It Off", "Wildest Dreams", and "Bad Blood". The Tortured Poets Department is represented in the next act (nicknamed Female Rage: The Musical[2] by Taylor), where "But Daddy I Love Him", a small portion of "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" are performed. The acoustic set follows this, in which Swift performs two surprise songs from any of her albums, one on guitar and one on piano. The last act represents Midnights, featuring "Lavender Haze", "Anti-Hero", "Midnight Rain", "Vigilante Shit", "Bejeweled", "Mastermind", and "Karma".

Full setlist[]

  1. "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince" (shortened)
  2. "Cruel Summer" (extended outro)
  3. "The Man"
  4. "You Need to Calm Down" (shortened)
  5. "Lover" (extended outro)
  6. "Fearless" (shortened)
  7. "You Belong With Me"
  8. "Love Story"
  9. "22"
  10. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  11. "I Knew You Were Trouble" (shortened)
  12. "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)"
  13. "Enchanted" (extended intro, shortened)
  14. "...Ready For It?"
  15. "Delicate"
  16. "Don't Blame Me" (shortened)
  17. "Look What You Made Me Do" (extended outro)
  18. "cardigan" (shortened)
  19. "betty" (shortened)
  20. "champagne problems"
  21. "august"
  22. "illicit affairs" (shortened)
  23. "my tears ricochet"
  24. "marjorie" (shortened)
  25. "willow" (extended intro)
  26. "Style" (shortened)
  27. "Blank Space"
  28. "Shake It Off"
  29. "Wildest Dreams" (shortened)
  30. "Bad Blood" (shortened)
  31. "But Daddy I Love Him" / "So High School"
  32. "Who's Afraid of Little Old Me?" (shortened)
  33. "Down Bad" (shortened)
  34. "Fortnight"
  35. "The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived" (shortened)
  36. "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart"
  37. Surprise song (acoustic guitar)
  38. Surprise song (piano)
  39. "Lavender Haze" (extended intro)
  40. "Anti-Hero"
  41. "Midnight Rain"
  42. "Vigilante Shit"
  43. "Bejeweled"
  44. "Mastermind"
  45. "Karma"

1. "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince" (shortened)
2. "Cruel Summer" (extended outro)
3. "The Man"
4. "You Need to Calm Down" (shortened)
5. "Lover" (spoken intro)
6. "The Archer" (extended outro)
7. "Fearless" (shortened)
8. "You Belong With Me"
9. "Love Story"
10. "'tis the damn season" (extended intro, shortened)
11. "willow"
12. "marjorie" (shortened)
13. "champagne problems"
14. "tolerate it" (extended outro with keys, shortened)
15. "...Ready For It?"
16. "Delicate"
17. "Don't Blame Me" (shortened)
18. "Look What You Made Me Do" (extended outro)
19. "Enchanted" (extended intro, shortened)
20. "Long Live" (added starting July 7, 2023)
21. "22"
22. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
23. "I Knew You Were Trouble" (shortened)
24. "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)"
25. "invisible string" or "the 1"
26. "betty"
27. "the last great american dynasty"
28. "august"
29. "illicit affairs" (shortened)
30. "my tears ricochet"
31. "cardigan"
32. "Style" (shortened)
33. "Blank Space"
34. "Shake It Off"
35. "Wildest Dreams" (shortened)
36. "Bad Blood" (shortened)
37. Surprise song (acoustic guitar)
38. Surprise song (piano)
39. "Lavender Haze" (extended intro)
40. "Anti-Hero"
41. "Midnight Rain"
42. "Vigilante Shit"
43. "Bejeweled"
44. "Mastermind"
45. "Karma" (extended outro)

Setlist changes[]

  • Starting in Arlington, Taylor sang "the 1" in place of "invisible string". However, she performed "Invisible String" again during the second night in Nashville, in reference to the song's lyric "green was the color of the grass where I used to read at Centennial Park".
  • For shows opened by Phoebe Bridgers, she joined Taylor to sing "Nothing New" as a part of the main setlist between "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" during the Red section of the show.
  • For all three shows in East Rutherford, Ice Spice joined Taylor to sing the remix of "Karma" in place of the regular version as the tour closer.
  • Starting in Kansas City, Taylor added "Long Live" to the setlist following "Enchanted" in honor of the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version). Starting with the Paris shows, during which a reworked setlist was introduced, "Long Live" was removed.
  • For shows featuring HAIM as an opening act, "no body, no crime" was performed as the first song in the evermore set in place of "'tis the damn season".
  • Starting with the first show in Paris, the setlist was reworked and the order of the eras was changed.

Surprise songs[]

Between the 1989 and Midnights sections (Glendale to Singapore) or The Tortured Poets Department and Midnights sections (Paris onward), Taylor plays two acoustic versions of different songs, one on acoustic guitar and one on piano. Taylor announced that each surprise song would only be played once during the tour, unless she messed up during the performance. Further, she stated that songs from Midnights could be played more than once. At the beginning of the 2024 leg, Taylor announced that the rule of playing each song only once would no longer be in place, allowing her to play any song on any given night. Taylor has since removed the repeats and mess-ups rule. From the second night in Melbourne up to the final night in Singapore, she has performed at least one mashup every night.

To see a tally of every time every song has been played, go to The Eras Tour Surprise Song Tracker.

From this point forward, Taylor removed the repeats and mess ups rule.

  • Munich
    • Night one (07/27/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (07/28/24) - "" & ""
  • Warsaw
    • Night one (08/01/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (08/02/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (08/03/24) - "" & ""
  • Vienna
    • Night one (08/08/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (08/09/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (08/10/24) - "" & ""
  • London (second round)
    • Night one (08/15/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (08/16/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (08/17/24) - "" & ""
    • Night four (08/19/24) - "" & ""
    • Night five (08/20/24) - "" & ""
  • Miami
    • Night one (10/18/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (10/19/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (10/20/24) - "" & ""
  • New Orleans
    • Night one (10/25/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (10/26/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (10/27/24) - "" & ""
  • Indianapolis
    • Night one (11/01/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (11/02/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (11/03/24) - "" & ""
  • Toronto
    • Night one (11/14/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (11/15/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (11/16/24) - "" & ""
    • Night four (11/21/24) - "" & ""
    • Night five (11/22/24) - "" & ""
    • Night six (11/23/24) - "" & ""
  • Vancouver
    • Night one (12/06/24) - "" & ""
    • Night two (12/07/24) - "" & ""
    • Night three (12/08/24) - "" & ""

Surprise song mess-ups & changed lyrics[]

  • Arlington, night two (4/1/23) - "Death By A Thousand Cuts" (Tongue tied on the second round of the bridge)
    • Performed again for Los Angeles night three (8/5/23)
  • Arlington, night two (4/1/23) - "Clean" (Stated on TikTok that she thought she could have done it better in a higher key)[3]
    • Performed again for East Rutherford night three (5/28/23)
  • Tampa, night one (4/13/23) - "Speak Now" (She sang "She is yelling at a bridesmaid" instead of "I am hiding in the curtains")
  • Houston, night two (4/22/23) - "Today Was A Fairytale" (Sang "Now it's getting clear, everything is so much clearer" instead of "All that I can say is now it's getting so much clearer")
  • Atlanta, night two (4/29/23) - "High Infidelity" (Skipped over "storm coming")
  • Atlanta, night two (4/29/23) - "Gorgeous" (Messed up the lyrics "Whiskey on ice, sunset and vine")
  • Nashville, night two (5/6/23) - "Out Of The Woods" (Started singing the bridge again after the final chorus)
  • Philadelphia, night one (5/12/23) - "gold rush" (Started singing "I don't like slow motion" instead of "I don't like anticipating...")
  • Foxborough, night two (5/20/23) - "Question...?" (Slipped up on the line "situations, circumstances")
  • Chicago, night three (6/04/23) - "Hits Different" (Tongue tied on the bridge)
  • Kansas City, night one (7/07/23) - "When Emma Falls in Love" (Forgot the line "'Cause when Emma falls in love, she's in it for keeps")
  • Kansas City, night two (7/08/23) - "Last Kiss" (Sang "That July ninth, the beat of your heart" instead of "The words that you whispered for just us to know", then confused for the correct lyrics in the same line during the first start over)
  • Santa Clara, night one (7/28/23) - "right where you left me" (Tongue tied on the line "I could feel the mascara run")
  • Los Angeles, night two (8/4/23) - "You Are In Love" (Sang "You can see it with the lights out" instead of "You can feel it on the way home")
  • Tokyo, night one (2/7/24) - "Dear Reader" (Sang "These restless tears of a cursed man" instead of "These desperate prayers of a cursed man")
  • Lyon, night two (6/3/24) - "Glitch" (Sang "A slight interruption, a brief malfunction" instead of "A brief interruption, a slight malfunction")
  • Lyon, night two (6/3/24) - "Chloe or Sam or Sophia or Marcus" (Sang "Who looked like he would've bullied you in school" instead of "Who seemed like he would've bullied you in school")
  • Liverpool, night two (6/14/24) - "The Great War" (Sang "'Cause I survived the Great War" instead of "'Cause we survived the Great War")
  • Milan, night two (7/14/24) - "Mr. Perfectly Fine" (Sang "Someday it's gonna hit you" instead of "Someday maybe you'll miss me")
  • Gelsenkirchen, night one (7/17/24) - "Slut!" (Sang "You're not saying you're in love with me" instead of "Neon light, this is luxury")
  • Gelsenkirchen, night two (7/19/24) - "it's time to go" (Sang "When the words of a whisper come back and whisper" instead of "When the words of a sister come back and whisper")

Surprise guests[]

These special guests were brought out by Taylor as a surprise, singing a song together for the fans.

Backup dancers[]

Backup Singers[]

Band[]

Openers[]

Merchandise[]

Main article: The Eras Tour/Merchandise

Gallery[]

Tour dates[]

Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America[4][5][6]
March 17, 2023 Glendale United States State Farm Stadium Paramore
Gayle
69,213 / 69,213 -
March 18, 2023
March 24, 2023 Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium Beabadoobee
Gayle
70,150 / 70,150 -
March 25, 2023
March 31, 2023 Arlington AT&T Stadium Muna
Gayle
105,002 / 105,002 -
April 1, 2023 Beabadoobee
Gracie Abrams
April 2, 2023
April 13, 2023 Tampa Raymond James Stadium Beabadoobee
Gayle
- -
April 14, 2023 Beabadoobee
Gracie Abrams
April 15, 2023
April 21 2023 Houston NRG Stadium - -
April 22 2023
April 23 2023
April 28, 2023 Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium - -
April 29, 2023
April 30, 2023 Muna
Gayle
May 5, 2023 Nashville Nissan Stadium Phoebe Bridgers
Gracie Abrams
- -
May 6, 2023 Phoebe Bridgers
Gayle
May 7, 2023 Openers canceled due to weather[7]
May 12, 2023 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field Phoebe Bridgers
Gayle
- -
May 13, 2023
May 14, 2023 Phoebe Bridgers
Gracie Abrams
May 19, 2023 Foxborough Gillette Stadium Phoebe Bridgers
Gayle
- -
May 20, 2023
May 21, 2023 Phoebe Bridgers
Gracie Abrams
May 26, 2023 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium Phoebe Bridgers
Gayle
- -
May 27, 2023 Phoebe Bridgers
Gracie Abrams
May 28, 2023 Phoebe Bridgers
Owenn
June 2, 2023 Chicago Soldier Field Girl in Red
Owenn
- -
June 3, 2023
June 4, 2023 Muna
Gracie Abrams
June 9, 2023 Detroit Ford Field Girl in Red
Gracie Abrams
- -
June 10, 2023 Girl in Red
Owenn
June 16, 2023 Pittsburgh Acrisure Stadium Girl in Red
Gracie Abrams
- -
June 17, 2023 Girl in Red
Owen
June 23, 2023 Minneapolis U.S. Bank Stadium Girl in Red
Gracie Abrams
- -
June 24, 2023 Girl in Red
Owenn
June 30, 2023 Cincinnati Paycor Stadium Muna
Gracie Abrams
- -
July 1, 2023
July 7, 2023 Kansas City GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium - -
July 8, 2023
July 14, 2023 Denver Empower Field at Mile High - -
July 15, 2023
July 22, 2023 Seattle Lumen Field Haim
Gracie Abrams
72,171 / 72,171 -
July 23, 2023
July 28, 2023 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium - -
July 29, 2023
August 3, 2023 Los Angeles SoFi Stadium - -
August 4, 2023 Haim
Owenn
August 5, 2023 Haim
Gayle
August 7, 2023 Haim
Gracie Abrams
August 8, 2023
August 9, 2023 Haim
Gayle
Latin America 2023[8][9][10]
August 24, 2023 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol Sabrina Carpenter - -
August 25, 2023
August 26, 2023
August 27, 2023
November 9, 2023 Buenos Aries Argentina Estadio River Plate - -
November 11, 2023
November 12, 2023
November 17, 2023 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Estádio Nilton Santos - Engenhão - -
November 19, 2023
November 20, 2023
November 24, 2023 São Paulo Allianz Parque - -
November 25, 2023
November 26, 2023
Japan 2024[11]
February 7, 2024 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome - - -
February 8, 2024
February 9, 2024
February 10, 2024
Australia 2024
February 16, 2024 Melbourne Australia MCG Sabrina Carpenter - -
February 17, 2024
February 18, 2024
February 23, 2024 Sydney Accor Stadium Opener canceled due to weather[12]
February 24, 2024 Sabrina Carpenter
February 25, 2024
February 26, 2024
Singapore 2024
March 2, 2024 Singapore Singapore National Stadium Sabrina Carpenter - -
March 3, 2024
March 4, 2024
March 7, 2024
March 8, 2024
March 9, 2024
UK / Europe 2024[13]
May 9, 2024 Paris France Paris La Défense Arena Paramore - -
May 10, 2024
May 11, 2024
May 12, 2024
May 17, 2024 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena
May 18, 2024
May 19, 2024
May 24, 2024 Lisbon Portugal Estádio da Luz
May 25, 2024
May 29, 2024 Madrid Spain Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
May 30, 2024
June 2, 2024 Lyon France Groupama Stadium
June 3, 2024
June 7, 2024 Edinburgh United Kingdom BT Murrayfield Stadium
June 8, 2024
June 9, 2024
June 13, 2024 Liverpool Anfield Stadium
June 14, 2024
June 15, 2024
June 18, 2024 Cardiff Principality Stadium
June 21, 2024 London Wembley Stadium Paramore
METTE
June 22, 2024 Paramore
Griff
June 23, 2024 Paramore
Benson Boone
June 28, 2024 Dublin Ireland Aviva Stadium Paramore
June 29, 2024
June 30, 2024
July 4, 2024 Amsterdam Netherlands Johan Cruijff Arena
July 5, 2024
July 6, 2024
July 9, 2024 Zürich Switzerland Stadion Letzigrund Zürich
July 10, 2024
July 13, 2024 Milan Italy San Siro Stadium
July 14, 2024
July 17, 2024 Gelsenkirchen Germany VELTINS-Arena
July 18, 2024
July 19, 2024
July 23, 2024 Hamburg Volksparkstadion
July 24, 2024
July 27, 2024 Munich Olympiastadion
July 28, 2024
August 1, 2024 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
August 2, 2024
August 3, 2024
August 8, 2024 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
August 9, 2024
August 10, 2024
August 15, 2024 London United Kingdom Wembley Stadium
August 16, 2024
August 17, 2024
August 19, 2024
August 20, 2024
North America 2024
October 18, 2024 Miami United States Hard Rock Stadium Gracie Abrams
October 19, 2024
October 20, 2024
October 25, 2024 New Orleans Ceasars Superdrome
October 26, 2024
October 27, 2024
November 1, 2024 Indianapolis Lucas Oil Stadium
November 2, 2024
November 3, 2024
November 14, 2024 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre
November 15, 2024
November 16, 2024
November 21, 2024
November 22, 2024
November 23, 2024
December 6, 2024 Vancouver BC Place
December 7, 2024
December 8, 2024

Postponed shows[]

Date City Country Venue Reasoning
November 10, 2023 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio River Plate Postponed to November 12, 2023 (Extreme weather)[14]
November 18, 2023 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Estádio Nilton Santos - Engenhão Postponed to November 20, 2023 (Extreme temperatures)[15]

Trivia[]

  • This is Swift's second all-stadium tour.
  • Swift uses "In Ha Mood" by Ice Spice, "Applause" by Lady Gaga, and "You Don't Own Me" by Dusty Springfield as her entrance songs.
  • On May 5, 2023, Swift announced the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version).
  • Midnights (The Late Night Edition) CDs, when announced, were made exclusively available for those at the East Rutherford shows (May 26–28). However, they were also made available to the subsequent shows.
  • On May 13th, 2023, the second show in Philadelphia, Taylor yelled at a security guard for harassing a group of fans while she was singing "Bad Blood." According to one of them, the guard kept telling them to stop dancing and calm down, before Taylor came to their defense by yelling things like "She wasn't doing anything!" and "Hey, stop!" The guard was then escorted out and Taylor gave the group free tickets to the third night of the show. This has also been made an inside joke and some fans chant "Hey stop!" during the song, and Taylor herself alluded to the incident from when there were the puzzles to figure out the 1989 vault, and one of the answers to the hint 'bad blood' was 'She wasn't doing anything!'.
  • Swift premiered the music video for "Karma" (featuring Ice Spice) before the first surprise song, "Getaway Car," during night one of the East Rutherford shows on May 26, 2023.
  • During the last show in Foxborough, Swift performed the second surprise song, "Red", on her guitar because the piano wasn't working after the previous rain show.
  • Swift premiered the music video for "I Can See You" before the first surprise song, "Never Grow Up," during night one of the Kansas shows on July 7, 2023. She also brought out Taylor Lautner, Joey King, and Presley Cash, all of whom starred in the music video.
  • On August 9, 2023, Swift announced the release of 1989 (Taylor's Version).
  • On November 17, 2023, the first show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a fan named Ana Clara Benevides died because of dehydration and high temperatures and the extreme heat wave in the city while waiting to make her way into the concert venue, generating a lot of commotion. The show set for the following day (November 18th) was postponed to November 20th due to the high temperatures. Upon her return, she sang a heartfelt rendition of "Bigger Than The Whole Sky" in tribute to Benevides, and Swift invited Benevides' family to meet her at the show, covered the cost of the trip, and made a donation to her parents.[16]
  • Taylor revealed on February 7, 2024 she was originally going to announce her 11th album The Tortured Poets Department at that show in Tokyo if she didn't win a Grammy. Then on February 16, February 23, and March 3, 2024, Taylor revealed the three additional variants of The Tortured Poets Department, titled "The Bolter", "The Albatross" and "The Black Dog".
  • On June 23, 2024, Travis Kelce made an appearance before "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart".

References[]

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