All the songs from his 3-hour Eras tour

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Taylor Swift gave fans the dream of a show during her first tour gig since 2018.

Kicking off The Eras Tour at State Farm Stadium outside of Phoenix on Friday, the iconic singer-songwriter unveiled a whopping 44-song setlist that rightfully marked every frame of his 17 year career.

Swift’s titanic production will play 51 more dates – including a second round in Glendale on Saturday – through August, with their themed sets, outfits that represent notable moments from their album catalog and visuals that dazzle and dazzle.

From the “Lover” era “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince” that opened the show to the “Midnights” album cut “Karma” that closed the three-plus-hour music marathon, Swift left virtually no possibility of unknown song.

Full list of Taylor Swift Eras Tour sets

  1. “Miss Americana and Prince Heartbreak”
  2. “Cruel Summer”
  3. “The man”
  4. “You need to calm down, you need to calm down”
  5. “Lover”
  6. “The Archer”
  7. “Intrepid”
  8. “You belong With Me”
  9. “Love story”
  10. “It’s the Fucking Season”
  11. “Willow”
  12. “Marjorie”
  13. “Champagne Problems”
  14. “tolerate it”
  15. “Ready for this?”
  16. “Delicate”
  17. “Don’t Blame Me”
  18. “Look what you made me do”
  19. “Delighted”
  20. “22”
  21. “We will never get back together”
  22. “I knew you were trouble”
  23. “Too Good (10 Minute Version)”
  24. “Invisible Chain”
  25. “Betty”
  26. “The Last Great American Dynasty”
  27. “August”
  28. “Illicit Business”
  29. “My tears ricochet”
  30. “Cardigan”
  31. “Style”
  32. “Empty space”
  33. “Shake”
  34. “Wildest Dreams”
  35. “Bad blood”
  36. “Mirrorball”
  37. “Tim McGraw”
  38. “Lavender Haze”
  39. “Anti-hero”
  40. “Midnight Rain”
  41. “Justice S—“
  42. “Bejeweled”
  43. “Brain”
  44. “Karma”

An assortment of Swifts

USA Today

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