Every surprise song Taylor Swift has performed on ‘The Eras Tour’ (so far)

ten nights The Epoch Tour and still no surprise Call Songs!

In case you haven’t heard, Swift is adding two surprise songs to her Epoch Tour set list every night to keep things fresh and fans on their toes. To announce this gimmick on the tour’s opening night, Swift said, “The plan, the goal, would be to play a different song every night and never repeat one. Correct? So you know, if you hear one on this tour, it’s the only time I’d play it on the acoustic set unless — look out — unless I screw it up so badly,” she added, “that I have to do it again in another city. Send your best wishes to me that I don’t.”


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Thing is, the Eras Tour setlist is already 44 songs deep, so we wouldn’t blame her if she gets lost (and would love to play “Death By A Thousand Cuts” again). Here are all of the surprise songs she has performed so far, which we will continue to update throughout the tour.

State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona (March 17, 2023)

“mirror ball,” folklore

“Tim McGraw” Taylor Swift

Fans who didn’t attend the opening night of The Epoch Tour were seething with envy when they found out that “Mirrorball” wasn’t officially on the setlist. It’s one of several folklore Songs that resonate deeply with fans and his live debut was highly anticipated. Before singing “Mirrorball,” she explained her choice: “I was trying to think of an eloquent way to say I love you and need your attention all the time, and I came up with, ‘I’m one Mirror ball.'” And her 44-song setlist certainly confirmed that she is indeed “still trying to get you to look at me.”

In a tender moment that comes full circle, Swift performed the song that started it all, “Tim McGraw.” “I was thinking about tonight and how special this is, so I thought it might be fun to play the very first song I’ve ever released,” she told the crowd. Some newer fans were unfamiliar with her debut single typical fandom fight(opens in a new tab). “Tim McGraw” was the only song from their first album taylor swift, performed on night one in Arizona.

State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona (March 18, 2023)

“I’m trying” folklore

“state of grace,” Red

Arizona was someone else’s home folklore Heater, “I’m trying.” The distressed twin of “Mirrorball” moved fans to tears and, of course, caused hysteria for playing one of their strongest hitters on the second night. She rounded out the surprise part of the show with a piano ballad of “State Of Grace”.

Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada (March 24, 2023)

“Our song,” Taylor Swift

“Snow on the Beach” midnight

At the request of opener Beabadoobee, Swift performed an old classic, “Our Song,” on the first night in Vegas. She introduced the song by saying, “So this is a song I wrote for my ninth grade talent show. It’s called ‘Our Song’.” To celebrate the release of Lana Del Rey’s album, Did you know that there is a tunnel under Ocean Blvd, Swift sang “Snow On The Beach,” a track with Del Rey. “Lana Del Rey has a new album out… guys it’s so good. You probably already know this, but it’s just extraordinary. I just think she’s the best we’ve got. I think we need to make it a priority for the group to stream, buy and support this album and this artist,” she urged the crowd.

Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada (March 25, 2023)

“Cowboy Like Me” (with Marcus Mumford), Always

“White horse,” Fearless

Drum roll please: Vegas saw the first surprise guest The Epoch Tour, Marcus Mumford! He joined Swift to perform “Cowboy Like Me.” After fans mercilessly teased Swift for not showing up Always as much love as folklorewere they pleased to see Always Get some extra airtime. She kept the country vibe going Fearless Track five, “White Horse.”

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas (March 31, 2023)

“Sad beautiful tragic,” Red

“Our,” Speak Now

congratulations to Speak Now fans. Swift has now officially performed two tracks from her second album The Epoch Tour. Before singing “Sad Beautiful Tragic,” she explained, “I love this song. When I love a song, I don’t care what anyone says.” It should also be noted that Swift swapped “Invisible String” for “The One” on the setlist, which fans have been paying close attention to since their split was reported by British actor Joe Alwyn.

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas (April 1, 2023)

“Death by a Thousand Cuts” Lover

“Clean,” 1989

Perhaps her most stacked night yet, Swift performed two of her most famous and devastating tracks on the second night at Arlington: “Death By A Thousand Cuts” and “Clean.” After reports circulated of Swift’s split from Alwyn, fans speculated that the performance of two of her most iconic heartbreak ballads all but confirmed the couple’s split.

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas (April 2, 2023)

“Jump, then fall,” Fearless

“The lucky guy,” Red

Texas got two more classics with “Jump Then Fall” and “The Lucky One”. She introduced “The Lucky One” — a song said to be inspired by one of her heroes, Joni Mitchell — saying she fell in love with the track again when she re-recorded it Red (Taylor’s version).

Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. (April 13, 2023)

“Speak Now,” Speak Now

“treacherous”, Red

Since the breakup news had somehow been confirmed by sources close to Swift at the time, Swifties were on the edge of their seat to see what songs Swift would be playing in Florida. Hoping for clues about Swift and Alwyn’s ill-fated romance, fans were disappointed that she didn’t sing any of the many songs about Alwyn. However, she fueled the rumor Speak Now is the next re-recorded album she will release. She said: “I’ve been thinking a lot about one of my albums lately. One of my albums was a lot on my mind… a lot is happening in my head about that album.”

Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. (April 14, 2023)

“The Great War” (with Aaron Dessner), Midnight (3 o’clock edition)

“You’re on your own little one” midnight

Surprise guest number two! Swift’s folklore, AlwaysAnd midnight The National’s Aaron Dessner joined Swift for her second night in Tampa. Attendees were blessed with Swift’s first live performances of Midnight (3 o’clock edition) Favorite track “The Great War” and Track 5 “You’re On Your Own, Kid”. She proclaimed that Dessner was her “staff version of a soulmate.”

Before singing “The Great War,” she referenced fans’ great war against Ticketmaster: “This song really took on new meaning when you guys joked enough about what it was like to survive the great war, when trying to get tickets for this tour.”

Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida (April 15, 2023)

“Mad Woman” (with Aaron Dessner) folklore

“Mean,” Speak Now

Tampa Night Three certainly had a theme! Swift sat on the piano bench with her best friend Dessner and introduced “Mad Woman” — because who doesn’t love a mad woman?” She followed up with a song that fans could sing along to, “Mean.”

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing zackzwiezen@ustimespost.com.

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