Taylor Swift ‘The Eras Tour’ setlist: Songs fans can expect to hear at her concerts – MassLive.com

Taylor Swift performs during the opener of her Eras tour Friday, March 17, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)AP

It’s only been less than two weeks since the kickoff of Taylor Swift’s 52-date, 17-state wide tour. However, “The Eras Tour” was breaking records before it started.
Over two million tickets were sold the day tickets went live, according to SiriusXM. The record breaking sale means Swift holds the record for the most concert tickets sold by an artist in a single day.

And with millions of tickets sold means millions of fans from all over coming to see Swift relive out the old eras of her career — dating back to her first album release in 2006. Fans interested in shopping around for her tickets can go to VividSeats or SeatGeek.
Swift has been performing a medley of over 40 songs from over the years, all while juggling multiple outfit changes and different sets from each of her albums eras, appropriately complimenting the name “The Eras Tour.”
She will also play a couple surprise songs that are built into the show. Below is Swift’s official setlist for the “Eras Tour” sorted by album, according to setlist.fm.
“Speak Now”
Her debut album “Taylor Swift” has no set songs as part of the tour’s setlist. However, on each night of the tour, Swift will perform two surprise songs, with no repeats from concert to concert. Some of those songs have included music from her debut album.
Below is a list of the surprise songs that have been played so far on “The Eras Tour.”
Fans looking to purchase tickets to her remaining tour dates can see the schedule below with tickets available:
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