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Every Mashup Taylor Swift Has Sung on The Eras Tour

Every mashup Taylor Swift has sung on The Eras Tour during the acoustic surprise song set. She’s unhinged in the best way possible.

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When Taylor Swift started The Eras Tour she decided to add an acoustic set that would have two surprise songs — one on guitar and one on the piano. She vowed to never repeat a song and it became a fun game for Swifties to not only see what she was singing at other shows, but to hope and pray they would not lose their favorite songs that are not on The Eras Tour setlist. 

Pretty much from the moment she announced her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, Taylor Swift decided that she was done with the rules she set for herself. Instead she just wanted to have fun and sing whatever she wanted to do. Here’s the thing, Taylor Swift does nothing on accident. 

After winning her 13th Grammy early in 2024, and the new album announcement, she started throwing up TWOs left and right. Sure, there had been a few here and there before, which has caused Swifties to assume there is a double album out there somewhere, lurking in the shadows. But the fact that she has been singing mashups ever since is suspicious.

There are other hints to a double drop, but this seems to be the most prominent. Taylor Nation is only fueling the fire with their mention of twos, as well.

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Every Mashup Taylor Swift Has Sung on The Eras Tour

There was only one time in 2023 during The Eras Tour when she sang a mashup and that was after the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) and likely thanks to many fans online saying Is It Over Now? and Out of the Woods were clearly sister songs.

Here is full list of every mashup Taylor Swift has sung on The Eras Tour, and it will be updated every every show. Will these mashups stop after whatever the twos are symbolizing happens? Fans can only speculate but one thing is for sure, Taylor sure is having a lot of fun.

  • Nov. 11 in Buenos Aires, AR – “Is It Over Now?” x “Out Of The Woods”
  • Feb. 17 in Melbourne, AU – “Getaway Car” x “August” x “The Other Side of the Door”
  • Feb. 18 in Melbourne, AU – “Come Back… Be Here” x “Daylight”
  • Feb. 23 in Sydney, AU – “”White Horse” x “Coney Island” (with Sabrina Carpenter)
  • Feb. 24 in Sydney, AU – “Should’ve Said No” x “You’re Not Sorry” and “New Year’s Day” x “Peace”
  • Feb. 25 in Sydney, AU – “Is It Over Now?” x “I Wish You Would” and “Haunted” x “Exile”
  • Feb. 26 in Sydney, AU – “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” x “Ivy” and “Forever & Always” x “Maroon”
  • March 2 in Singapore – “Mine” x “Starlight” and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” x “Dress”
  • March 3 in Singapore – “Long Story Short” x “The Story of Us” and “Clean” x “Evermore”
  • March 4 in Singapore – “Foolish One” x “Tell Me Why” and “This Love” x “Call It What You Want”
  • March 7 in Singapore – “Death By A Thousand Cuts” x “Babe” and “Fifteen” x “You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • March 8 in Singapore – “Sparks Fly” x “Gold Rush” and “False God” x “Slut!”
  • March 9 in Singapore – “Tim McGraw” x “Cowboy Like Me” and “Mirrorball” x “Epiphany” 

“Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version),” which is the concert film in its entirety for the first time and includes the song “cardigan” and four additional acoustic songs, will make its streaming debut on March 15, 2024, exclusively on Disney+.

The history-making, cinematic experience from 14-time GRAMMY®-winning artist, “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” directed by Sam Wrench, grossed more than $260 million worldwide at the global box office, making it the top selling concert film of all-time.

Taylor Swift made history this year by becoming the first artist to ever win GRAMMY®’s Album of the Year award four times.

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