Taken from Taylor Swift's show at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia on February 18, 2024
Set Times: 7:30pm-10:55pm
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Taylor' is currently completing her 2024 Australia run, with tour-stops on the books throughout March in Singapore, before Taylor heads to Europe in May for the next leg of her tour.
Following the exciting unveiling of a brand new album, The Tortured Poets Department, during Taylor Swift's Best Album Grammy acceptance speech, attendees have been keeping a close eye on which ‘Surprise Songs’ she chooses to perform.
Although she's yet to treat ticket-holders to a new offering from the upcoming album, which arrives on April 19th, Taylor Swift she did reveal the alternative artwork for the project during her February performance in Melbourne, Australia.
Here you can find Taylor Swift's updated setlist as she continues her 2024 The Eras concert tour.
While many were wondering how she could possibly narrow down a setlist from her seemingly innumerable supply of hit songs, it seems she's gone for the approach of both quantity and quality, with 44 blockbuster songs packed into every show.
Staying true to the name of the tour, each of Swift's performances is separated into ‘eras’ from her discography. The megastar opens with a handful of tracks from her Lover album, before taking attendees back to her much-loved Fearless project from 2008, playing fan-favourites such as ‘You Belong With Me’ and the iconic ‘Love Story’.
The eras covered in Taylor Swift's shows include her widely celebrated 1989 album, along with Red, Reputation and her most recent original release, Midnights, the latter of which still acts as the rousing finale for each performance.
So far, the 44-song setlist has been lapped up by fans, who are appreciating the chance to revisit older material from Swift's unrivalled arsenal of chart-toppers.
Highlights from the Pennsylvania native's performances include Swift's live renditions of ‘You Need To Calm Down’, ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ and ‘Shake It Off’.
She's been using the acoustic section of her shows as a chance to switch up the song choices, with Taylor stripping away the energising lights and the breathtaking choreography for a couple of captivating performances alongside nothing more than a piano and guitar - reminding fans of the unique magic of her songwriting.
At Taylor Swift's March 25 2023 show in Las Vegas, Nevada, she brought out Marcus Mumford as a special guest to perform ‘Cowboy Like Me’. Attendees will be wondering which other artists Taylor will have up her sleeve for future shows.
On June 3 2023, Taylor provided another unexpected gem when she invited Maren Morris on-stage for a live debut of their Fearless (Taylor's Version) duet, ‘You All Over Me’.
We'd love to see her join forces with one of the guests on her 2024 album, such as Post Malone or Florence + The Machine, during one of her upcoming tour-stops. It's safe to say we'll be keeping tabs on her ‘Surprise Songs’ selections...
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