It’s the hottest tour that everybody wants to see. If you don’t know yet, Taylor Swift is going all out for her Eras Tour. From sneak peeks of the show on Taylors social media, we can tell there’s tons of wardrobe changes, stage settings, and a hefty setlist.

The concert includes a 44 song set list with 2 surprise songs each show. It seems fitting that the setlist is so long since this is the tour promoting every album, not just her newest release (hence the name, Eras Tour.) Songs on the setlist include oldies like “Fearless,” “Love Story,” and “Enchanted“. It’s truly every Swiftie’s dream set list. USA Today posted the entire setlist for night one of the tour, check it out here.

Normally with a tour this big and with an artist that has a huge discography, you’d expect some things to change in the setlist for every show. That’s exactly what Taylor is doing. Every show she changes two songs that are towards the end of the setlist. These songs have ranged from her first self-titled album to her quarantine albums, Folklore and Evermore. By the end of the tour in August, we can probably expect that Taylor will leave no song left unsung.

Taylor is bringing the Eras Tour to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa for 3 nights starting April 13.

Here are the surprise songs that made it on Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour (so far)

  • March 17: Mirrorball

    The first “surprise” song that made it on the set list is “Mirrorball” from her album Folklore. She wrote this song during the pandemic. The lyrics “And they called off the circus, burned the disco down when they sent home the horses and the rodeo clowns” referrers to her having to cancel her tours.

  • March 17: Tim McGraw

    This was kind of a shock to us! But very fitting her the kick off of the Eras Tour. Tim McGraw was Taylor’s very first single back in 2006.

  • March 18: This Is Me Trying

    This is such an underrated song by Miss Swift. We think it’s a little slow to play to a whole stadium crowd but a lot of fans probably loved it!

  • March 18: State of Grace

    Taylor showing some love to the “Red” album for her second surprise song in night 2 on her tour.

  • March 24: Our Song

    This was the tour debut for one of Taylor’s classic songs.

  • March 24: Snow On The Beach

    From her latest album, Midnights. And no, Lana del Rey did not join her on stage for this.

  • March 25: Cowboy Like Me (Feat. Marcus Mumford from Mumford & Sons)

    Can’t believe she didn’t save this song for a Texas show! We also would’ve loved to hear it in Tampa

  • March 31: Sad Beautiful Tragic

    This was her first acoustic song set, and her first time playing Sad Beautiful Tragic live.

  • March 31: Ours

    Taylor played the slow version of Ours on the piano.

  • April 1: Death By A Thousand Cuts

    This song was a tour debut. Taylor actually messed up one of the verses and promised to play it again. (Fingers crossed she plays it at a Tampa show)

  • April 1: Clean

    I wonder if the people in Arlington know how lucky they are to hear this song. We were really hoping she was saving this one for Tampa.

  • April 2: Jump, Then Fall

    This was sung acoustically on the guitar. Also a tour debut.

  • April 2: The Lucky One

    She performed this song from Red on the piano.

  • April 13: Speak Now

    We were hoping she might play this in Tampa!

  • April 13: Treacherous

    Some more love for older Taylor albums! We love it.

  • April 14: You're On Your Own Kid

    We love this new song from Midnights! Happy she played it in Tampa

  • April 14: The Great War (featuring Aaron Dessner)

    Dessner helped Taylor write several songs on multiple albums, including Folklore, Evermore, and Midnights.

  • April 15: Mad Woman (featuring Aaron Dessner)

    This is such a powerful and emotional song. We loved hearing it live with Aaron Dessner

  • April 15: Mean

    The final surprise song in Tampa was an oldie, which we love! So glad we got to hear Mean.

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