Uncover the Shocking Surprises in Taylor Swift’s New Tour

Get ready for an exhilarating ride down memory lane as we explore The Eras Tour by , which kicked off in March . Expect unexpected performances that will keep you on the edge of your seat!

Surprise Songs and Unique Mash-ups

A highlight of the tour is the inclusion of a “surprise songs” section. Here, Swift performs tracks from her entire discography that are not featured on the main setlist. Sometimes, Swift introduces unique mash-ups of her songs during this part of the tour. The “one-time-only” rule for each track was broken in November 2023, making way for more international tour dates.

In , Swift took things up a notch – all the songs from her vast discography became fair game for the “surprise songs” section. The following are the inventive mash-ups performed:

  • “Is It Over Now?” and “Out of the Woods” from 1989 (Taylor's Version)
  • “Getaway Car” from Reputation, “August” from Folklore, and “The Other Side of the Door” from Fearless (Taylor's Version)
  • “Come Back … Be Here” from Red (Taylor's Version) and “Daylight” from Lover
  • “White Horse” from Fearless (TV) and “Coney Island” from Evermore
  • “Should've Said No” from Taylor Swift and “You're Not Sorry” from Fearless (TV)
  • “Peace” from Folklore and “New Year's Day” from Reputation
  • “Is It Over Now?” and “I Wish You Would” from 1989 (TV)
  • “Haunted” from Speak Now (Taylor's Version) and “Exile” from Folklore
  • “Would've, Could've, Should've” from Midnight and “Ivy” from Evermore
  • “Mine” and “Starlight”, from Speak Now (Taylor's Version) and Red (Taylor's Version)
  • “I Don't Wanna Live Forever” her 50 Shades Darker duet with Zayn Malik and “Dress” from Reputation

Debunking Fan Theories

Swift's official fan account, Taylor Nation, has made it clear that there is no connection between Swift's surprise songs dress color and the tracks she performs.

Finally, have been speculating the possibility of the arrival of Reputation (Taylor's Version) after some performances. Time will tell if their theories hold any water.

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