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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour setlist revealed on opening night

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Taylor Swift kicked off her highly anticipated Eras Tour on Friday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

The singer kicked off the show with “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince,” followed by her biggest hits like “Love Story,” “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” and “Blank Space.” After performing their hits from 2010, they closed the concert with “Karma”. (See full setlist below.)

Page Six broke the news last September that Swift, 33, was planning a big stadium tour in the summer of 2023.

“Taylor has some very ambitious plans,” a source teased at the time. “She is thrilled to be back on tour after her long and fruitful vacation.”

Taylor Swift playing an acoustic guitar.
The singer performed at State Farm Stadium in Arizona.
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Taylor Swift performance.
She previously described the tour as “a journey through musical eras”. [her] career. “
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The 12-time Grammy Award winner last toured the world in 2018 in support of her album Reputation.

Swift confirmed our reports when they announced their Eras Tour in November. on Instagram As a “journey through the musical age” [her] Career (past and present!)”

She kept her promise and split each section of Friday’s opening by album in the following order: Speak Now” (2010), “Red” (2012), “Folklore” (2020), “1989” (2014), “Taylor Swift” (2006), “Midnights” (2022).

Taylor Swift performance.
Swift changed outfits several times during the concert.
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Taylor Swift playing an acoustic guitar.
The US leg of the tour ends in August.
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The US tour concludes with five nights of shows at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California in early August.

The Eras Tour generated quite a bit of controversy even before it launched.

Unprecedented demand for tickets caused Ticketmaster’s website to crash when presales began, forcing the company to immediately cancel general sales entirely due to “insufficient remaining ticket inventory.” died.

Taylor Swift performance.
Page Six has exclusively reported that Swift will be returning to tour this year.
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Live Nation executives later admitted that the company had set up only 1.5 million fans to access the pre-sale, but 14 million attended.

Swift also talked about the confusion, sharing in part that a Ticketmaster mogul had previously “assured” her that she could “handle” the request.

“It really pisses me off [people] They feel like they’ve been through several bear attacks [tickets]’ she wrote on social media.

Taylor Swift performance.
Ticketmaster has canceled general sales of the tour after unprecedented advance demand.
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Ticketmaster has since apologized to both the superstar entertainer and her fans for the “terrible experience.” caused several lawsuits but also 3-Hour Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings.

Swift’s Eras tour setlist:

  1. Miss Americana and Heartbreak Prince
  2. cruel summer
  3. the man
  4. you need to calm down
  5. mistress
  6. Archer
  7. Fearless
  8. You are mine
  9. love story
  10. damn season
  11. willow
  12. Marjorie
  13. problem with champagne
  14. accept it
  15. …Are you ready?
  16. delicate
  17. don’t blame me
  18. look what you made me do
  19. enchantment
  20. twenty two
  21. we are never ever getting back together
  22. i knew you were trouble
  23. All Two Well (10 minute version)
  24. invisible string
  25. betty
  26. last great american dynasty
  27. August
  28. illegal act
  29. My Tears Ricochet
  30. cardigan
  31. style
  32. blank
  33. shake it off
  34. wild dreams
  35. bad blood
  36. Mirrorball (where different acoustic songs are rotated for each show)
  37. Tim McGraw
  38. lavender haze
  39. anti hero
  40. midnight rain
  41. Vigilante S–t
  42. bejeweled
  43. mastermind
  44. karma

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