Every Surprise Song Taylor Swift Plays On The Eras Tour

 Taylor Swift showing off her yellow duster on the Eras Tour.
Taylor Swift showing off her yellow duster on the Eras Tour.
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Over the course of three and a half hours, Taylor Swift takes Swifties on a journey through all her eras by way of 45 songs, elaborate sets, sparkly costumes, fun dance moves and epic vocals. However, two of the songs featured each night during the Eras Tour change, as the pop star switches up her acoustic set for every show. So, with that in mind, we've created a guide to all the surprise songs featured on the pop star's tour.

While fans who survived the Ticketmaster fiasco know they’ll be seeing Swift honor her grandmother during “marjorie,” dive into her stage and do the viral “Bejeweled” TikTok dance, what they don’t know is the surprise songs they’ll get. Swift has a discography that currently includes 243 songs, and with 43 on the permanent setlist, per Variety, that leaves 200 tracks eligible for this set. So, as she tours around the world, we'll be here to tell you what she's played, what has been repeated, and why it's important.

As The Eras Tour goes on, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on everything secret song-related, so you can relive performances of your favorite Swift songs or try to predict which surprise songs you’ll see at your show.

Taylor Swift beaming in a sparkly one-piece in front of a flowy orange background
Taylor Swift beaming in a sparkly one-piece in front of a flowy orange background

mirrorball – Glendale, Arizona – March 17

The first surprise song Swifties got on the Eras Tour was “mirrorball.” The song from folklore is a big fan-favorite, and many Swifties showed up to the concert dressed as the sparkly decoration. The song is a fascinating examination of Taylor Swift and her relationship with fame. Fans have also resonated with the song, and they understandably lost it when she started strumming the chords to the tune on her guitar.

Tim McGraw – Glendale, Arizona – March 17

Fittingly, the second song Swift surprised the audience with was her first single and the song that put her name on the map. She moved over to the piano to play “Tim McGraw” from her debut album, and Swifties couldn’t help but sing along to the lyrics from this OG Taylor Swift classic.

this is me trying – Glendale, Arizona – March 18

Night two brought some deeper cuts to the Eras stage, as Swift started by singing “this is my trying” from folklore. She played the melancholic song on her guitar, and many fans were in shock that the singer played two beloved songs off her folky album on nights one and two of the tour.

State of Grace – Glendale, Arizona – March 18

Following “this is me trying” Swift went on to play a personal favorite of mine from Red (Taylor’s Version). As she took to the piano she played a stripped-down version of “State of Grace (Taylor’s Version),” and as one fan commented on TikTok, it was like a “religious experience.”

Taylor Swift twirling in a flowy dusty pink dress
Taylor Swift twirling in a flowy dusty pink dress

Our Song – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 24

The secret songs picked for Las Vegas started with a banger as Taylor Swift played her first smash-hit song “Our Song” on her guitar. Swifties lost their minds hearing the throwback tune, and for all of us who weren’t at the concert, we’re hoping she’ll “play it again.”

Snow on the Beach – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 24

While Swift has become known for bringing out special guests to perform songs with her, that did not happen when she sang “Snow on the Beach.” The track from Midnights features Lana Del Rey, and while fans were hoping for a guest appearance, the headliner made it clear that there wouldn't be guests at this particular show:

I’m going to talk about another artist, but that artist is not here, OK? This is not a bit, I’m not going to bring somebody out, you are stuck with me. We do not have guests at this show.

So, while fans didn’t get to see Lana Del Rey live, they still got to bask in a beautiful rendition of “Snow on the Beach” in Las Vegas.

cowboy like me (ft. Marcus Mumford) – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 25

There may not have been a guest on night one of Swift’s Vegas shows, but there was on night two! Fans were elated when Marcus Mumford walked onto the stage to play “cowboy like me” off of evermore with Swift. The two played the tune on their guitars, and they seemed to have a blast together. Swift even stopped the song at one point to poke fun at her duet partner. Overall, it was a real tour highlight, and it marked a major milestone as Mumford was the first special guest of The Eras Tour.

White Horse – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 25

On top of the special guest appearance in Vegas on night two, Swift used her second song to play a fan-favorite off of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) as she connected “White Horse” to “cowboy like me” by saying “cowboys ride horses.” The envy was high for Swifties who weren’t at the show as she started playing “White Horse” on the piano, but nonetheless, it was a beautiful performance of a Taylor Swift classic.

Taylor Swift performs in a glitter blazer and sparkly boots at the Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift performs in a glitter blazer and sparkly boots at the Taylor Swift

Sad Beautiful Tragic – Arlington, Texas – March 31

Night one in Arlington, Texas featured the song "Sad Beautiful Tragic" off of Red (Taylor's Version). This marks the second time the singer picked a song off said album to be one of her secret songs, and fans loved it, even if they were balling through the entire tune.

Ours – Arlington, Texas – March 31

This one was special, this one was "Ours," and it marked the first time Swift played a song off Speak Now during her secret set. She slowed the song down a tad for piano, and she played the hit beautifully, and while fans were trying "not to worry [their] pretty little mind," they were understandably freaking out.

Death By A Thousand Cuts – Arlington, Texas – April 1

Hang onto your valuables guys, gals and non-binary pals, because Taylor Swift shook the stadium, and TikTok, when she played "Death by a Thousand Cuts" off Lover. The fan-favorite song inspired by the movie Someone Great is so iconic, especially the bridge, that Swift played the moment twice on guitar. However, the second time she messed it up (though I think the flub was intentional), and her rule on the surprise songs is if she messes one up, she will play it again at another show. So, I guess that means we'll be getting this legendary Lover tune again.

Clean – Arlington, Texas – April 1

Swift dedicated "Clean" to her opener Gracie Abrams since the "adorable" singer had asked the pop star if she'd play the song off of 1989 during her surprise set. The audience lost their minds as the first notes were played, and this moment marked the first time a song from 1989 was featured in this segment of the Eras tour.

Jump Then Fall – Arlington, Texas – April 2

Night 3 in Arlington was a historic performance for Taylor Swift, as she became the first person to ever play three nights in a row at the stadium in Texas. So, to commemorate the evening, she played two songs off the (Taylor's Version) albums, including one of my favorites "Jump Then Fall" which is from Fearless (Taylor's Version).

The Lucky One – Arlington, Texas – April 2

The Swifties in Arlington really were the lucky ones as Swift capped off her surprise songs for Texas with "The Lucky One" off of Red (Taylor's Version). She played a slowed-down version of the song on the piano, and let's just say if I would have been there I would not "have made it out alive," and I would have very much felt like the "Lucky One."

Taylor Swift and Aaron Dessner performing together in Tampa
Taylor Swift and Aaron Dessner performing together in Tampa

Speak Now – Tampa, Florida – April 13

Taylor Swift was hardcore teasing the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version) during her first night in Tampa. However, the biggest tease came when she grabbed her guitar and started her secret songs set by saying:

One of my albums has been on my mind a lot, I've been thinking about it, there's lots going on in my brain about it. So I thought I might play the title track of that album.

As many fans, took to TikTok to post the clip of Swift singing this song, viewers freaked out, because this performance alludes to the theory that the singer's next re-recording is coming sooner than later.

Treacherous – Tampa, Florida – April 13

Song No. 2 came by way of Red (Taylor's Version) as the singer introduced the song "Treacherous." Swift mused about how the tune is one of her favorite songs, and she also mentioned that she didn't think she'd played it on a piano before. Well, she sounded fabulous, and everyone absolutely loved hearing the stripped-down version of the track.

The Great War – Tampa, Florida – April 14

The second guest has entered the chat. For her surprise set, Taylor Swift brought out her Midnights 3 a.m. Edition collaborator Aaron Dessner. The member of The National came out to accompany the pop star during her performance of "The Great War," and the crowd loved it.

You're On Your Own Kid – Tampa, Florida – April 14

In a first for the Eras Tour, Swift decided to play two songs off the same album for her surprise set. She also decided to change the rules, saying that if the song is off Midnights, she can play it however many times she pleases. This version of "You're On Your Own Kid," was not only emotional and heartfelt, it also changed the rules of the acoustic set.

Mad Woman – Tampa, Florida – April 15

For the second night in a row, Swift brought out Aaron Dessner, who has collaborated with her on many albums. This time, the duo sat at the piano together and played "Mad Woman," a deep cut off folklore.

Mean – Tampa, Florida – April 15

The big, and very exciting, surprise of the night, was Swift singing "Mean," one of the massive hits off Speak Now. She commented that she wanted to play a song that everyone would be able to scream along to, and the crowd did exactly that as the popstar continued to hardcore tease the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version). 

Taylor Swift on the opening night of the Eras Tour
Taylor Swift on the opening night of the Eras Tour

Wonderland – Houston, Texas – April 21

Taylor Swift started off Houston's secret songs with a deep cut from 1989. She mentioned that it was a song she hadn't played often live, and then said the song was based on a "twisted Alice in Wonderland." Then she strummed the first notes of "Wonderland," and the crowd lost it.

You're Not Sorry – Houston, Texas – April 21

Swift added another song from Fearless (Taylor's Version) to the list of secret tunes she's played at the Eras Tour. As she took to the piano, she explained how much she's been loving the secret songs, touched on her re-recorded albums, and said she "re-fell in love" with "You're Not Sorry" while remaking Fearless.

A Place In This World – Houston, Texas – April 22

The song might be from Taylor Swift, her first album, however during her surprise set, the singer admitted that she relates to "A Place In This World," more now than she did all those years ago, saying:

I wrote it when I was 13, but I think I relate to it more now, 20 years later.

She also explained that she very rarely plays the song live, so the crowd was really in for a special performance with this song.

Today Was A Fairytale – Houston, Texas – April 22

Following "A Place In This World," the singer ended her set with another throwback. Pulling a song off Fearless (Taylor's Version), Swift referenced one of her movies by playing "Today Was A Fairytale" off the Valentine's Day soundtrack and it was such a sweet moment.

Begin Again – Houston, Texas – April 23

On her final night in Houston, Swift started her surprise set with "Begin Again," off of Red (Taylor's Version). While fans are excited and loud with every song she plays, the screaming in this video was particularly loud, showing the love for this deep cut.

Cold As You – Houston, Texas – April 23

Swift ended her time in Texas with a bold claim and a performance of another track off Debut. While figuring out the key to the song, the singer explained that "Cold As You" was her best song on the album, saying "no shade to the other songs."

Taylor Swift performing Karma in pink fringe jacket on the Eras Tour.
Taylor Swift performing Karma in pink fringe jacket on the Eras Tour.

The Other Side Of The Door – Atlanta, Georgia – April 28

Taylor Swift's Atlanta surprise songs began with her signing a deep cut from Fearless (Taylor's Version). While playing "The Other Side of the Door" Swift got excited by how loud the crowd was singing, and noted how happy it makes her when they know the lyrics to some of her deep cuts.

Coney Island – Atlanta, Georgia – April 28

In honor of The Nationals' new album, and their song "The Alcott," which Swift is featured on, she decided to play "Coney Island" off evermore as her second surprise song of the night. While the band who is featured on Swift's track wasn't a special guest that night, it was a nice nod to her longtime collaborators.

High Infidelity – Atlanta, Georgia – April 29

Do you really want to know where Taylor Swift was on April 29? She was in Atlanta Georgia, playing her song that mentions the specific date in the fourth month of the year. "High Infidelity" was maybe the only predictable song of the surprise songs, however, it was still oh so exciting to see Swift sing the Midnights' song on the date it mentions.

Gorgeous – Atlanta, Georgia – April 29

Up to this point, Taylor Swift hadn't played a song off Reputation during the surprise set. She noted those online who are keeping track of all the tunes played, and said she realized she hadn't given some love to her most "metal" album, as she called it. So, she took to the piano and played a lovely rendition of "Gorgeous." 

I Bet You Think About Me – Atlanta, Georgia – April 30

"I Bet You Think About Me" was the first Vault track Swift played as a surprise song. Even though Chris Stapleton wasn't there to accompany her, she played her heart out on the guitar, and fans loved hearing the new Red track for the first time live.

How You Get The Girl – Atlanta, Georgia – April 30

Ending her surprise songs for Atlanta, Swift played a deep cut off 1989. She took to the piano and played a stripped-down version of "How You Get The Girl," and you could tell she was so excited about the crowd screaming the lyrics with her.

Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Tampa, FL
Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Tampa, FL

Sparks Fly – Nashville, Tennessee – May 5

Oh, Swifties, we were in for an "Enchanted" night in Nashville! Ever since Taylor Swift dropped the "Bejeweled" video, fans quickly picked up on all the Speak Now-related Easter eggs, starting the speculation that the singer's third album would be her next re-release. Well, the news officially broke at night one in Swift's hometown, as she announced the album would be coming out on July 7. Then she topped it off with a performance of "Sparks Fly."

To celebrate the news, jessica.taylor13 posted the announcement and the beginning of "Sparks Fly" on TikTok, and let's just say we were all ready to "Drop Everything Now."

Teardrops on My Guitar – Nashville, Tennessee – May 5

To top off this extra exciting surprise set, Swift decided to play one of the big hits off her debut album by choosing "Teardrops on My Guitar" as her piano tune. She noted that her career began in Nashville, and she'd write songs between going to school and doing her homework. So, in honor of this special city, she played the beloved song on the piano.

Out Of The Woods – Nashville, Tennessee – May 6

Taylor Swift threw it back to 1989 on Night 2 as she sang "Out of the Wood" on guitar. She noted the repetitive nature of the song's chorus, and that's when fans really realized the song they were getting.

Fifteen – Nashville, Tennessee – May 6

The second song of Night 2 was a tearjerker, as Taylor Swift honored her bestie Abigail by singing a classic from Fearless. It's assumed that she chose to sing this song in Nashville because her red-headed friend was in the crowd, as you can see in this cute TikTok:

Would've, Could've, Should've – Nashville, Tennessee – May 7

It rained and poured, and there was a massive weather delay, but Taylor Swift put on an extra epic show for Night 3 in Nashville because of it. This included the surprise songs, as the singer brought Aaron Dessner out, again, to sing "Would've, Could've, Should've," because the crowd had "earned it."

Mine – Nashville, Tennessee – May 7

Capping off quite the weekend in Nashville, Taylor Swift played one last song off Speak Now. In the pouring rain, the singer and the Swifties celebrated Speak Now (Taylor's Version) again as she played "Mine" on the piano.

Taylor Swift on her Eras Tour in Las Vegas, NV
Taylor Swift on her Eras Tour in Las Vegas, NV

Gold Rush – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 12

There's been a debate about the song "gold rush," off evermore for a while now, especially for those who care about the Philadelphia Eagles. Taylor Swift put the discourse to rest by confirming she was talking about the NFL team, and the crowd went wild as she strummed the first chord to "gold rush."

Come Back...Be Here – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 12

Per the request of her opener and super famous musician Phoebe Bridgers, Taylor Swift played a track off Red (Taylor's Version).  She sat down on the piano, noting that she takes requests, and then proceeded to play "Come Back...Be Here." 

Forever & Always – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 13

"Once upon a time, I believe it was a [Saturday]" when Taylor Swift played "Forever & Always" as one of her surprise songs. Per Lena Dunham's request, the singer played the Fearless tune on the guitar, marking the first of three songs she'd play off her first re-recorded album in Philly.

This Love – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 13

To go with "Forever & Always," Swift decided to play "This Love" from 1989 on piano. Swifties loved the emotional rendition of the song, and it was such an interesting pair with the song off Fearless.

Hey Stephen – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 14

Kicking off the night three surprise songs, Swift played a tune off Fearless that she said quite a few people had requested. So, she started to hum along, and then the stadium started to scream along to the catchy song "Hey Stephen."

The Best Day – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 14

Ending off the surprise songs, though it wasn't much of a surprise, was "The Best Day." Since it was Mother's Day, and the Fearless track was written for her mom Andrea Swift, many knew the pop star would play this song. And she did it beautifully. Taylor Swift noted she'd have to try and get through it without crying, and went on to play an emotional and adorable tribute to her mother.

Taylor at the Eras Tour in Philadelphia.
Taylor at the Eras Tour in Philadelphia.

Should've Said No – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 19

Kicking off the Massachusetts shows at Gillette Stadium (which is a very special place for Taylor Swift) she played "Should've Said No" off her debut album. She introduced the song by noting that when she performed it on her first tour she'd thrash her head around, and really jam out to it, and that's exactly what she did on this night too.

Better Man – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 19

The second song of the night, while on Red (Taylor's Version) as a vault track, is actually a tune that she wrote and Little Big Town sang at first. She explained that "Better Man" "narrowly, narrowly didn't make the cut," on Red (the first time) so she sent it to the country group. She noted how important it was for her to be recognized as a songwriter, and she gushed over her love for Little Big Town before performing a beautiful version of the hit country song.

Question...? – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 20

It rained and poured through the entire 3.5-hour show on Night 2, but that didn't stop Taylor Swift. To kick off her secret songs, she started with "Question...?" off of Midnights, noting that she's "never been this happy" in "all aspects" of her life. She also paused mid-song to note the rain, saying if she messes up she gets to play a song again, so I think we'll be hearing this one again.

Invisible – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 20

The second song during this massive rain show came off her debut. After literally wiping the water off her piano, Swift played "Invisible," in the pouring rain, and it was beautiful.

I Think He Knows – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 21

We finally got another song from Lover! To start out the night, Swift noted that she'd never played "I Think He Knows" live before, and the fans absolutely loved it.

Red – Foxborough, Massachusetts – May 21

While Swift almost always plays her second secret song on the piano, on this night, the piano was acting haunted, no pun intended. Taylor Swift tried to play the title song off Red (Taylor's Version) on piano, however, the keys kept playing themselves, making the singer and the crowd laugh. So, to fix the problem, she grabbed her guitar again, and she played "Red" for the crowd.

Taylor Swift on Opening Night of the Eras Tour
Taylor Swift on Opening Night of the Eras Tour

Getaway Car – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 26

For all of us Reputation girlies who weren't at Met Life night one, it was a big L. But, for everyone in the stadium right outside New York City, they were in for a real treat as Taylor Swift played "Getaway Car" on guitar. And she didn't just play the fan-favorite track, she brought out her longtime collaborator and Bleachers' lead singer Jack Antonoff to sing the song with her. Let's just say it was epic.

Maroon – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 26

As if the secret songs could get any better, Taylor Swift played "Maroon" off Midnights next. She noted that she'd never played the song live before, and that since it took place in New York, she figured this was the perfect place to debut the song live.

Holy Ground – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 27

To kick off Night 2, Taylor Swift noted that she was "pretty proud" of her guitar choice. Keeping with the New York theme, she decided to play "Holy Ground" off Red, and that paired with the song she played next was perfect.

False God – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 27

With no intro to song two, Swift went right into singing "False God" off Lover. Considering the religious words mentioned in both songs' titles, plus the nature of both tunes, this felt like a perfect pairing.

Welcome To New York – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 28

While many fans thought this would be played as a surprise song on Night 1, Swift shocked us all by playing "Welcome To New York" to close out her shows right outside of New York City.

Clean – East Rutherford, New Jersey – May 28

The final song of the East Rutherford shows was a historic one because it was the first time she repeated a surprise song. Swift played "Clean" for the second time on tour, noting that she thought she could have played it in a higher key last time, so it counted as a mess up.

This also marked the second time she'd played two songs off the same album for this set, with the only other time being in Tampa, when she did two tunes off Midnights. Overall, it was a big moment for the Eras Tour, and also kind of supplemented the theory fans have about the "Karma" video, and 1989 (Taylor's Version) being next.

Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Tampa, FL
Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Tampa, FL

I Wish You Would – Chicago, Illinois – June 2

Homegirl is running through her 1989 songs. For the third surprise song in a row, Taylor Swift played a tune off her fifth album by acoustically performing "I Wish You Would." One of the most adorable parts of this performance came when the pop star adorably commented about the crowd knowing the lyrics to the fun song.

The Lakes – Chicago, Illinois – June 2

Swift explained that she played "the lakes" off folklore in Chicago because they're right next to The Great Lakes. While that totally tracks and is likely the only reason, I personally hope she somehow found out that the folklore song was a final Jeopardy question earlier this week, and that played a small role in her choice for Night 1. But, no matter what it was a lovely performance.

You All Over Me – Chicago, Illinois – June 3

Pulling a track from The Vault of Fearless (Taylor's Version), Taylor Swift did a very exciting thing and brought out Maren Morris to sing "You All Over Me" with her. Swift has only brought out a few guests during her shows, so seeing the country singer on the big stage was very exciting.

I Don't Wanna Live Forever – Chicago, Illinois – June 3

Night 2 was all about the collaborations! While Zayn wasn't a special guest, Taylor Swift gave a heart-wrenching performance of their song "I Don't Wanna Live Forever." This was the first time the pop star performed a song that isn't on one of her albums because it was featured on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack. Overall, it was a very exciting and emotional moment.

Hits Different – Chicago, Illinois – June 4

After making some comments about how committed the Swifties are during her shows, Taylor Swift jumped right into a song that's "pretty new." The song "Hits Different" was a bonus track on Midnights for the physical version of the album, but now with the release of (The Til Dawn Edition) the tune is available to everyone. So, folks were extra excited to hear the singer's newest song for the first time live in Chicago.

The Moment I Knew – Chicago, Illinois – June 4

Then, with no intro, Swift walked over to her piano to play "The Moment I Knew" off Red (Taylor's Version). Overall, Chicago got lots of fun songs and some really deep cuts, making for a stellar surprise song set.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour
Taylor Swift Eras Tour

Haunted – Detroit, Michigan – June 9

I think there were a lot of Swifties who were left "Haunted" over the fact that Taylor Swift played "Haunted" as her surprise song to open Detroit and they weren't there. Before she started playing the fan fave, the singer noted that Speak Now (Taylor's Version) comes out next month and then dove right into this epic tune.

I Almost Do – Detroit, Michigan – June 9

Keeping the re-record theme alive, Swift then played a track off Red (Taylor's Version). After adjusting her mic, and with no intro, she jumped right into a pretty piano rendition of "I Almost Do."

All You Had To Do Was Stay – Detroit, Michigan – June 10

By reenacting the high-pitched "Stay!" sung in "All You Had To Do Was Stay," Taylor Swift introduced the 1989 track in a fun way before playing it on her guitar. This means that over the course of two weeks, the singer has performed five songs off her fifth album, contributing to my growing theory that 1989 (Taylor's Version) might be released soon.

Breathe – Detroit, Michigan – June 10

The other trend of the last few weeks has been Swift's tendency to play her really sad songs. Adding to this, after playing "All You Had To Do Was Stay," she walked over to her piano and started to play "Breathe" off of Fearless (Taylor's Version). 

Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Tampa, FL
Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Tampa, FL

Mr. Perfectly Fine – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 16

Starting Pittsburgh off with a bang, and keeping the streak of break-up songs alive, Taylor Swift played "Mr. Perfectly Fine" to open up the surprise songs. Noting that she didn't remember why the song didn't make Fearless the first time, she spoke about her vault tracks a bit before jumping right into this bubbly break-up tune.

The Last Time – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 16

Keeping with the break up theme, Swift's second song of the night came off of Red (Taylor's Version). With no introduction, she jumped right into playing "The Last Time" on piano.

Seven – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 17

For the fourth time on this tour, Taylor Swift brought Aaron Dessner on stage to perform a surprise song with her. Appropriately, since it was June 17 and she was in Pennsylvania, the pair sat at the piano and played "seven" off folklore.

The Story Of Us – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 17

Following "seven," Swift grabbed her guitar and started strumming a true banger: "The Story of Us." Like me, this was a surprise song of dreams for many, and the Swifties were so excited to hear the Speak Now song live, especially since Taylor's Version comes out on July 7.

Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Arlington, TX
Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour in Arlington, TX

Paper Rings – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 23

Our streak of heartbreak ended in Minneapolis, as Taylor Swift opened her weekend of surprise songs with "Paper Rings" off of Lover. Following the announcement that "Cruel Summer" would be her next single, this bubbly song felt like the perfect pick for this show.

If This Was A Movie – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 23

Following that, and with no introduction, Swift jumped right into "If This Was A Movie," which was originally on Speak Now but now lives on Fearless (Taylor's Version). Without a word, she simply played this tune on the piano, and the crowd loved it.

Dear John – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 24

Before jumping into a fan favorite, Taylor Swift took a moment to sort of defend John Mayer as she asked fans to not bully her exes online. As she got ready to perform "Dear John," she made a point to say:

I’m 33 years old. I don’t care about anything that happened to me when I was 19 except the songs I wrote and the memories we made together. So what I’m trying to tell you is that I’m not putting this album out so that you can go and feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I might have written a song about.

So, Swifties, when Speak Now (Taylor's Version) comes out, Taylor Swift has made it clear she wants no online bullying.

Following this PSA she then jumped into a gorgeous version of "Dear John:"

Daylight – Minneapolis, Minnesota – June 24

Taylor Swift started and ended her time in Minneapolis with a tune from Lover. After playing "Dear John," she walked right over to her piano and played "Daylight."

Taylor Swift on opening night of the Eras Tour
Taylor Swift on opening night of the Eras Tour

I'm Only Me When I'm With You – Cincinnati, Ohio – June 30

Taylor Swift started out with the throwback of all throwbacks by playing a song she wrote when she was 13. Noting that this was from her "middle school era," the singer went on to play "I'm Only Me When I'm With You," and the audience happily jumped along with her.

Evermore – Cincinnati, Ohio – June 30

Jumping to one of her more recent eras, Taylor Swift went on to play "evermore" on the piano. This gorgeous rendition of the title track of the singer's ninth album means she's officially played all her songs that albums are named after live.

Ivy – Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1

Cincinnati Night 2 was a truly special evening when it came to surprise songs. It started with Swift and Aaron Dessner (who has now appeared at five shows) playing "ivy" off of evermore.

I Miss You, I'm Sorry – Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1

The second song is what made this a truly historic night on the Eras Tour.

Since there was a weather issue, Swift started her show an hour early, and Gracie Abrams wasn't able to do her normal opening set. So, in a truly unprecedented event, Taylor Swift brought her opener out on stage to play Abrams' song "I Miss You, I'm Sorry," marking the first time Swift played a song that wasn't her's on tour.

Call It What You Want – Cincinnati, Ohio – July 1

To finish off a truly special night of surprise songs, Swift ended with a song off Reputation. With no intro, she played "Call It What You Want," marking the third time she's played a song off this album during her acoustic set.

Taylor Swift, dressed as Speak Now, leaning against a vault trying to hear out of it.
Taylor Swift, dressed as Speak Now, leaning against a vault trying to hear out of it.

Never Grow Up – Kansas City, Missouri – July 7

Following Taylor Swift releasing Speak Now (Taylor's Version), adding "Long Live" to her set list, and premiering the "I Can See You" music video, which featured Taylor Lautner and Joey King, she kept the Speak Now hype alive by playing "Never Grow Up." 

When Emma Falls In Love – Kansas City, Missouri – July 7

Keeping the Speak Now enthusiasm going, Swift went on to play one of the brand-new songs from the vault. Noting that it's inspired by one of her best friends, she jumped right into "When Emma Falls In Love," which people think is about Emma Stone.

Last Kiss – Kansas City, Missouri – July 8

After Speak Now's epic release show, Swift followed it up by playing a fan-favorite off the album for Night 2, "Last Kiss." Good news is, she kind of messed up while playing  it, so that means we'll get to hear it again.

Dorethea – Kansas City, Missouri – July 8

Following "Last Kiss," Swift ended her shows in Kansas City by playing "dorethea," which is a very sweet song off evermore. 

Taylor Swift on her Eras Tour in Las Vegas, NV
Taylor Swift on her Eras Tour in Las Vegas, NV

Picture To Burn – Denver, Colorado – July 14

So, I was at this show specifically, and the crowd and I lost our collective minds when Taylor Swift decided to play the certified banger "Picture to Burn." She noted that she has been loving exploring all her eras, and it felt really special that we got a song from her debut album.

Timeless – Denver, Colorado – July 14

After playing one of her oldest songs in her discography, Swift went on to perform one of her newest by playing "Timeless" from Speak Now's vault next.

Starlight – Denver, Colorado – July 15

Opening up Night 2 in Colorado, Swift played one of the sweetest songs off of Red by performing "Starlight" on guitar.

Back To December – Denver, Colorado – July 15

Then, the moment many of us have been waiting for, Taylor Swift finally played "Back to December" as a surprise song. Understandably, the crowd lost it when they figured out she was playing this fan-favorite.

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DENVER, COLORADO - JULY 14: EDITORIAL USE ONLY Taylor Swift performs onstage during

This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things – Seattle, Washington – July 22

Seattle was kicked off with a song from Reputation! Swift mentioned that she'd never played this song acoustically before, and boy was it a treat to hear "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" on the guitar. It was such a fun performance, and the crowd loved it!

Everything Has Changed – Seattle, Washington – July 22

Even though Ed Sheeran wasn't there, Taylor Swift's rendition of "Everything Has Changed" was still magical. Hearing her play the tune stripped down on piano was beautiful, and it kicked off the duo of Red (Taylor's Version) tracks that Seattle got.

Message In A Bottle – Seattle, Washington – July 23

Keeping the Red love alive, Taylor Swift kicked off Night 2 with "Message In A Bottle." What was extra exciting about this performance was it was the first time she played the song live since recording it for the album's vault.

Tied Together With A Smile – Seattle, Washington – July 23

To round out the surprise songs in Seattle, Swift ended with a track off her debut album, "Tied Together With A Smile."

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DENVER, COLORADO - JULY 14: EDITORIAL USE ONLY Taylor Swift performs onstage during

Right Where You Left Me – Santa Clara, California – July 28

Calling it one of the "wordiest" songs she's ever written, Taylor Swift embarked on a journey to play a fan-favorite deep cut from evermore, "right where you left me." After bringing Aaron Dessner on stage to accompany her, she noted that she'd been rehearsing the track for "weeks," and she hadn't been able to do it right once. However, she sounded amazing as she played it on stage:

Castles Crumbling – Santa Clara, California – July 28

The audience was in for a real surprise with the second song, as she played "Castles Crumbling," from the Speak Now (Taylor's Version) vault. This was shocking because she played it solo even though Hayley Williams is featured on it, and Paramore has been and will be one of Swift's openers later on tour. I'd bet when Paramore is opening for Swift in Europe, this song will be making a comeback.

Stay Stay Stay – Santa Clara, California – July 29

Taylor Swift played one of her most adorable songs to open the set during night two as she played "Stay Stay Stay" off of Red (Taylor's Version).

All Of The Girls You Loved Before – Santa Clara, California – July 29

Song two of night two was also a shock as Swift played a Lover song that was released right at the beginning of the Eras Tour. She took to her piano and played a moving version of "All Of The Girls You Loved Before."

DENVER, COLORADO - JULY 14: EDITORIAL USE ONLY Taylor Swift performs onstage during
DENVER, COLORADO - JULY 14: EDITORIAL USE ONLY Taylor Swift performs onstage during

I Can See You – Los Angeles, California – August 3

While the "I Can See You" music video premiered in Kansas City, Swift played the Speak Now (Taylor's Version) vault track for the first time live during her first of six shows in Los Angeles.

Maroon – Los Angeles, California – August 3

For the second time on tour, Taylor Swift repeated a surprise song. After playing "I Can See You" for the first time ever, she went on to play "Maroon" from Midnights for the second time live.

Our Song – Los Angeles, California – August 4

This was unprecedented people! Taylor Swift played "Our Song" for a second time on the Eras Tour. However, the catch is, she didn't mess it up the first time.

You Are In Love – Los Angeles, California – August 4

Taylor Swift played a beautiful rendition of "You Are In Love" as her second song, which means there are only two songs from 1989 left for her to play as surprise songs.

Death by a Thousand Cuts – Los Angeles, California – August 5

For the second time on tour, Taylor Swift played "Death by a Thousand Cuts" off of Lover. However, this wasn't the only song she played twice on this night in LA.

You're On Your Own Kid – Los Angeles, California – August 5

Keeping the repeat trend alive, Swift went on to play "You're On Your Own Kid" from Midnights again.

Dress – Los Angeles, California – August 7

Night Four in Los Angeles was special because Swift played "Dress" off Reputation. She also noted that she "missed" playing it live, and I think we all did too.

Exile – Los Angeles, California – August 7

While it was a bummer that Bon Iver didn't show up as a special guest to perform "exile" with Swift, the performance was beautiful, and the audience made it super special. As you can see in the TikTok below, they didn't just sing along, they also supported the pop star by signing the duet part during the bridge:

I Know Places – Los Angeles, California – August 8

We're getting very close to the end of the first US leg of this tour, and very close to Taylor Swift playing every song from 1989. Following this performance of "I Know Places," all that's left is "New Romantics."

King Of My Heart – Los Angeles, California – August 8

After the 1989 track, Swift ended this surprise set with another Reputation song, and performed a wonderful rendition of "King Of My Heart."

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INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 09: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. Taylor Swift performs onstage during

New Romantics – Los Angeles, California – August 9

August 9, 8/9, was a special day Swifties! On her final show in Los Angeles, Taylor Swift announced 1989 (Taylor's Version), and then proceeded to play "New Romantics." Not only is this album announcement so exciting, it was also done on the night she played her final song off her fifth album, which is super special!

New Year's Day – Los Angeles, California – August 9

To close out this momentous tour, and an incredible last show, Taylor Swift played "New Year's Day" off of Reputation. "There was glitter on the floor after the party," and it was the perfect way to end the iconic leg that has been the US leg of the Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift performs during The Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood Monday, Aug. 7, 2023.
Taylor Swift performs during The Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood Monday, Aug. 7, 2023.

I Forgot That You Existed – Mexico City, Mexico – August 24

Welcome to the international leg of the Eras Tour! Taylor Swift kicked off her shows in South America by playing the bop "I Forgot That You Existed" from Lover.

Sweet Nothing – Mexico City, Mexico – August 24

Switching gears entirely, Swift decided to play a song off of Midnights on the piano. She performed a gorgeous rendition of "Sweet Nothing," and I'm not crying, you are.

Tell Me Why – Mexico City, Mexico – August 25

During the Eras shows in Mexico, Swift exclusively played songs from Midnights and Lover. However, she made one exception to play "Tell Me Why" from Fearless (Taylor's Version) during Night 2.

Snow On The Beach – Mexico City, Mexico – August 25

For the second time, Swift played "Snow on the Beach" from Midnights.

Cornelia Street – Mexico City, Mexico – August 26

I was genuinely shocked when Swift decided to play "Cornelia Street" off of Lover. In hindsight this song is truly tragic, however, the pop star delivered a beautiful performance of the beloved song.

You're On Your Own Kid – Mexico City, Mexico – August 26

In a lethal pairing, Swift put the Lover track with "You're On Your Own Kid" from Midnights. This also marked the first time she's played a surprise song thrice on tour.

Afterglow – Mexico City, Mexico – August 27

Keeping the Lover and Midnights trend going, Swift played "Afterglow" for the first time ever live to kick off the surprise songs on Night 4.

Maroon – Mexico City, Mexico – August 27

Her second song on Night 4 marked the third time "Maroon" from Midnights was played as a surprise song.

Taylor Swift performs onstage during
Taylor Swift performs onstage during

The Very First Night – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 9

Starting off with an unplayed song from Red (Taylor's Version), Swift kicked off her first show in two months with "The Very First Night."

Labyrinth – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 9

Keeping the trend of playing totally unplayed songs alive, Swift played the whistful track "Labyrinth" from Midnights.

Is It Over Now? X Out Of The Woods – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 11

In an unprecedented event, Taylor Swift mashed up two songs for the surprise number. After people pointed out the 1989 vault track "Is It Over Now?" kind of sounded like "Out of the Woods," the singer decided to put the two together and prove the fans right.

Endgame – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 11

Keeping things spicy for Night 2, Taylor Swift played "Endgame" from Reputation next. And I say this because, her boyfriend Travis Kelce was in the audience at this show, and many fans love the fact that this track seemingly relates to their relationship so well.

Better Than Revenge – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 12

On night three of the Buenos Aires shows, Taylor Swift opened the surprise song set by playing "Better Than Revenge" from Speak Now (Taylor's Version) on guitar.

"Slut!" – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 12

Then, to round out her performances in Argentina, Swift played "Slut!" from 1989 (Taylor's Version). 

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MAY 19: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS. Taylor Swift performs onstage during

Stay Beautiful – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 17

Kicking off her surprise songs in Rio, Taylor Swift appropriately started with a track from her debut album, and it was "Stay Beautiful."

Suburban Legends – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 17

Following that up, Swift played one of her newest songs: "Suburban Legends" from 1989's vault.

Dancing With Our Hands Tied – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 19

After Taylor Swift postponed her second Rio show due to an extreme heat wave, she came back on November 19, and started her surprise set with Reputations' "Dancing With Our Hands Tied."

Bigger Than The Whole Sky – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 19

At the concert on November 17, a fan died right before it began. Swift seemed to honor her by singing "Bigger Than The Whole Sky" from Midnights during her second Rio show.

ME! – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 20

Rounding out the surprise set on night three, Swift played Lover's single "ME!"

So It Goes – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – November 20

The final song from Rio was also the second Reputation song played in Brazil. For her last number, Swift played "So It Goes." 

Taylor Swift performs onstage for night one of Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on July 07, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Taylor Swift performs onstage for night one of Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on July 07, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Now That We Don't Talk – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 24

Keeping the trend of playing 1989 Vault songs alive, Swift's first surprise song in Sao Paulo was "Now That We Don't Talk."

Innocent – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 24

Following up "Now That We Don't Talk," Swift played "Innocent" from Speak Now (Taylor's Version). 

Safe and Sound – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 25

Fittingly, one week after the release of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Taylor Swift performed her song from the OG Hunger Games film, "Safe and Sound."

Untouchable – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 25

Then, Swift played a cover from Fearless (Taylor's Version) next, making for a super unique pairing. "Safe and Sound" was followed by "Untouchable."

Say Don't Go – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 26

By playing "Say Don't Go" during her final show of 2023, Taylor Swift officially played every single song off 1989 (Taylor's Version) during the first year of her tour.

It's Time To Go – Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 26

Rounding out the surprise songs of 2023, Taylor Swift fittingly played "It's Time To Go" from Evermore.

Taylor Swift performs onstage during
Taylor Swift performs onstage during

Dear Reader – Tokyo, Japan – February 7

It's a new year, which means new surprise songs! Taylor Swift kicked 2024 off in fashion too by playing "Dear Reader" from the 3 a.m. edition of Midnights.

State Of Grace – Tokyo, Japan – February 7

Eyes Open – Tokyo, Japan – February 8

Shocking many, Swift started Night 2 in Tokyo with "Eyes Open" from The Hunger Games soundtrack.

Electric Touch – Tokyo, Japan – February 8

After that, Swift played a vault track off Speak Now (Taylor's Version). While Fall Out Boy wasn't there to accompany her, her solo rendition of "Electric Touch" was gorgeous.

Superman – Tokyo, Japan – February 9

The sweet song "Superman" from Speak Now is what Swift used to kick off night three in Tokyo.

The Outside – Tokyo, Japan – February 9

Then, throwing it all the way back to Debut, she played "The Outside."

Come In With The Rain – Tokyo, Japan – February 10

On her last night in Japan, Swift kicked things off with the Fearless track, "Come In With The Rain."

You're On Your Own Kid – Tokyo, Japan – February 10

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 24: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS.) Taylor Swift performs onstage during
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 24: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS.) Taylor Swift performs onstage during

Red – Melbourne, Australia – February 16

You're Losing Me – Melbourne, Australia – February 16

After announcing a new varient of The Tortured Poets Department that evoked many theories about its track "The Bolter," Swift played the Midnights track "You're Losing Me" for the first time ever live.

Getaway Car x August x Other Side of the Door – Melbourne, Australia – February 17

Throwing literally everyone off, Swift played a mashup of "Getaway Car," "August" (which is in the normal set) and "The Other Side Of The Door" for Melbourne's second show.

This Is Me Trying – Melbourne, Australia – February 17

Come Back Be Here x Daylight – Melbourne, Australia – February 18

Continuing her trend of mashing up songs, and implementing her new Eras rule of being allowed to play whatever she wants, Taylor Swift did a mashup of "Come Back Be Here" and "Daylight."

Teardrops on My Guitar – Melbourne, Australia – February 18

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 23: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS Taylor Swift performs with Sabrina Carpenter at Accor Stadium on February 23, 2024 in Sydney, Australia.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 23: EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO BOOK COVERS Taylor Swift performs with Sabrina Carpenter at Accor Stadium on February 23, 2024 in Sydney, Australia.

How You Get The Girl – Sydney, Australia – February 23

White Horse x Coney Island – Sydney, Australia – February 23

Bringing out her lovely opener Sabrina Carpenter for the piano number, Swift played a mashup of "White Horse," which her opening act notably loves, and "Coney Island."

Should've Said No X You're Not Sorry – Sydney, Australia – February 24

Mashing up a song off Debut with a track from Fearless, Swift played "Should've Said No" with "You're Not Sorry."

New Year's Day X Peace – Sydney, Australia – February 24

Keeping the mash up streak alive, Swift played "New Year's Day" from Reputation with "peace" from folklore.

Is It Over Now? X I Wish You Would – Sydney, Australia – February 25

The second time Taylor Swift played "Is It Over Now?" in a mash up she paired it with its fellow 1989 track "I Wish You Would."

Haunted X Exile – Sydney, Australia – February 25

Making things a bit darker, Swift played a mash up of Speak Now's "Haunted" with folklore's "exile."

Would've, Could've, Should've X Ivy – Sydney, Australia – February 26

Using two of her newer albums, Swift mashed Midnights' "Would've, Could've, Should've" with evermore's "ivy."

Forever & Always X Maroon – Sydney, Australia – February 26

Closing out her shows in Australia, Swift mashed up Fearless' "Forever & Always" with "Maroon" from Midnights.

Taylor Swift performs at Melbourne Cricket Ground on February 16, 2024 in Melbourne, Australia.
Taylor Swift performs at Melbourne Cricket Ground on February 16, 2024 in Melbourne, Australia.

Mine X Starlight – Singapore – March 2

Kicking off six shows of mashups, Taylor Swift played "Mine" from Speak Now with "Starlight" from Red on her first night in Singapore.

I Don't Wanna Live Forever X Dress – Singapore – March 2

Bringing back two songs, Swift played "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" with Reputation's "Dress."

Long Story Short X The Story Of Us – Singapore – March 3

For the first time ever, Swift played "Long Story Short" from evermore, and she mashed it up with "The Story of Us" from Speak Now.

Clean X Evermore – Singapore – March 3

For her second mashup on night two, the pop star played "Clean" from 1989 with the title track off evermore.

Foolish One X Tell Me Why – Singapore – March 4

By playing "Foolish One" as part of a mashup with Fearless' "Tell Me Why," Swift has officially performed every song off Speak Now (Taylor's Version).

This Love X Call It What You Want – Singapore – March 4

Marking the halfway point for her shows in Singapore, Swift closed out night three with a mashup of 1989's "This Love" and Reputation's "Call It What You Want."

Death By A Thousand Cuts X Babe – Singapore – March 7

The second weekend of Taylor Swift's shows in Singapore opened with a mashup of Lover's "Death By A Thousand Cuts" and Red's "Babe."

Fifteen X You're On Your Own Kid – Singapore – March 7

Closing out night four, Swift paired Fearless' "Fifteen" with one of her favorite tracks to play "You're On Your Own Kid" from Midnights.

Sparks Fly X Gold Rush – Singapore – March 8

Making things shiny, Swift paired Speak Now's "Sparks Fly" with evermore's "Gold Rush" for night five.

False God X "Slut!" – Singapore – March 8

"False God" from Lover and "Slut!" from 1989's vault made up the pairing for mashup number two on night five.

Tim McGraw X Cowboy Like Me – Singapore – March 9

Pairing two songs that were performed during the first two stops ever of the Eras Tour, Swift mashed "Tim McGraw" from her debut album with "Cowboy Like Me" from evermore. 

Mirrorball X Epiphany – Singapore – March 9

Closing out her shows in Singapore, Taylor Swift put two songs from folklore together, "Mirrorball" and "Epiphany."

Taylor Swift turning toward the audience in her white Tortured Poets dress during the May 9 Eras Tour stop in Paris, France.
Taylor Swift turning toward the audience in her white Tortured Poets dress during the May 9 Eras Tour stop in Paris, France.

Paris – Paris, France – May 9

Of course, Taylor Swift kicked off her shows in Paris with the Midnights track "Paris."

loml – Paris, France – May 9

This was the first Eras show to feature The Tortured Poets Department, and along with adding a set for the album, Swift also played "loml" as a surprise song.

Is It Over Now? x Out Of The Woods – Paris, France – May 10

My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys – Paris, France – May 10

Keeping the TTPD hype alive, Swift played "My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys" in Paris on Night 2.

Hey Stephen – Paris, France – May 11

Maroon – Paris, France – May 11

The Alchemy X Trechearous – Paris, France – May 12

If you didn't know Travis Kelce was in the crowd on this night, this song choice should have made it obvious, because it made it so Swift played both songs from TTPD that are presumably about her boyfriend.

Begin Again X Paris – Paris, France – May 12

Taking one song from "Red" which had its music video filmed in Paris and her song about the City of Love from Midnights, Taylor Swift closed out her shows in Paris in the perfect way.

Taylor Swift holding hands with two of her dancers and lifting their arms up at the end of the Karma performance during The Eras Tour.
Taylor Swift holding hands with two of her dancers and lifting their arms up at the end of the Karma performance during The Eras Tour.

I Think He Knows X Gorgeous– Stockholm, Sweden – May 17

Taking a love song from Lover and pairing it with a love song from Reputation, Swift opened her shows in Sweden with a mashup of "I Think He Knows" and "Gorgeous."

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