Taylor Swift kicked off her highly anticipated Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona on March 17th, and fans at the sold-out show couldn’t contain their excitement. Taylor has been hard at work for months preparing for this tour, her first since 2018. With four new albums released since her last tour and two re-recorded versions of old albums, fans were itching to know which songs would make it on the setlist.
On opening night, Taylor wowed the crowd by taking them through her entire catalog of music, starting with the Lover era and continuing from there. The setlist for the show included fan favorites like “Love Story,” “You Belong With Me,” and “Delicate,” as well as newer tracks like “Tis The Damn Season” and “Willow.”
Taylor has a staggering ten albums and hundreds of songs to choose from when curating each setlist, so it’s unclear whether she’ll have the same setlist each night or if she’ll switch things up. Plus, she’s known for bringing special guests onstage for her shows, so fans can look forward to surprises throughout the tour.
The Eras Tour’s US leg includes 52 dates across the country throughout spring and summer 2023, with additional dates in the UK expected to be announced soon. Taylor has enlisted a variety of talented opening acts, including HAIM, Paramore, and Phoebe Bridgers, among others.
Fans eagerly awaited tickets for the tour, but Ticketmaster’s verification process left many fans without codes and put on a “waitlist.” On the pre-sale date, Ticketmaster’s site crashed due to the high demand, and the regular on-sale was eventually canceled. Taylor addressed the situation on her Instagram story, expressing her frustration with the situation and promising to improve fans’ experiences moving forward.#Setlist #Information #Hollywood #Life