Taylor Swift performs lengthy setlist for current Eras tour
Taylor Swift confirms her Eras tour setlist contains 44 songs and span 3 hours
Popstar Taylor Swift recently made a live music comeback, with her Eras Tour beginning this past Friday, March 17th. Since her last tour five years ago, Swift released four albums: Lover (2019), Folklore (2020), Evermore (2020), and Midnights (2022).
Swift’s first show for her Eras tour lasted a whopping 3 hours and 15 minutes. She performed a total of 44 songs, spanning the course of her singing career.
Swift’s lengthy setlist was divided into sections, each corresponding to one of her 10 albums, though not performed chronologically.
As Eras tour begins, Taylor Swift thanks fans for the overwhelming turnout
Swift recently kicked off her much anticipated Eras tour in Glendale, Arizona. Fans were ecstatic to see the popstar perform live again, and their adoration was well acknowledged.
“I don’t know how to process all of this and how it’s making me feel right now,” Swift said onstage this past Friday night, to a crowd of applauding fans.
She continued, beaming, “[but] let me start by saying you’re making me feel fantastic.”
The singer announced her Eras tour on November 1, 2022. Tickets were so coveted amongst fans that the ticket-selling platform Ticketmaster’s systems could not handle all the demand.
Taylor Swift had numerous costume changes during her opening show for her Eras tour
To reflect the tone and feelings of each respective era, Swift made quick costume changes between each album’s section. In total, the singer made 10 outfit changes.
Her stunning costumes included a flowy purple dress for Folklore, a bedazzled cream-colored ball gown for Speak Now, and a 1920s-style short, glittery flapper dress for her Fearless era.
Fans express their love for Taylor Swift’s already iconic Eras tour
Fans were loving the first performance from Swift in five years. Many took to social media to show her their love, even if they could not attend in-person this time around.
One fan posted a side-by-side video of Swift now and during her Fearless era with the caption, “i was bawling at this.”