In this article, we reveal Taylor Swift's Eras Tour setlist. First, we list the core 42 songs played at most shows. Then we show videos of all the songs, so you can experience how the epic 3.5-hour concert feels from the comfort of your own home. Next, we do the same with the 106 additional songs Taylor picks from, depending on the show location. She does 3 of these per show, taking the set up to 45 songs total.
Here are Taylor Swift’s songs usually played for the Eras Tour.
Core Songs In The Eras Tour Setlist
|1. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
|2. Cruel Summer
|3. The Man
|4. You Need To Calm Down
|6. The Archer
|8. You Belong With Me
|9. Love Story
|10. tis the damn season
|13. champagne problems
|14. tolerate it
|15. …Ready For It?
|17. Don’t Blame Me
|18. Look What You Made Me Do
|21. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
|22. I Knew You Were Trouble
|23. All Too Well
|24. the 1
|26. the last great american dynasty
|28. illicit affairs
|29. my tears ricochet
|32. Blank Space
|33. Shake It Off
|34. Wildest Dreams
|35. Bad Blood
|36. Lavender Haze
|38. Midnight Rain
|39. Vigilante Shit
Now let's enjoy the songs in order!
From The Album: Lover
1. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
This track made its concert debut on the tour’s opening night in Glendale, Arizona. Since then, it has consistently held the position as the show-opener throughout the tour.
Before we go any further, let me clarify that this and all of the following songs have been played 48 times or more throughout the initial US leg of the Eras Tour, with many being played at every show. The concerts are broken up into 10 different acts covering songs from different albums.
All of these acts will be covered here, with the exception of the 9th act, which is designated to hold performances of rare songs. These songs can be found in the following section.
2. Cruel Summer
Cruel Summer also made its debut on the opening night of the Eras Tour. This pop song takes a lyrical look at the challenges one faces upon reaching a certain level of fame.
3. The Man
Taylor Swift keeps with the electropop vibe with the 3rd song in her setlist, The Man. This track is known for its criticism of gender inequalities, and for calling out actor, Leonardo DiCaprio.
4. You Need To Calm Down
ou Need To Calm Down is famous for expressing Taylor’s pride in supporting the LGBTQ+ community.
At the 5th slot of Act 1, Taylor likes to switch the sound up a bit by often performing Lover. This song has been played at every show thus far.
6. The Archer
This downtempo electropop finds Taylor expressing some of her most humanistic insecurities.
From Taylor Swift's Album: Fearless
Taylor pivots the concert’s sound by switching to the pop-country stylings heard in Fearless. Lyrically, this song is all about getting over those nervous jitters that often hold people back from pursuing their heart’s desire.
8. You Belong With Me
You Belong With Me is written from the perspective of somebody with feelings for someone who is already in a relationship, though massively underappreciated and often mistreated.
9. Love Story
Taylor keeps on with the pop-country vibe with Love Story, which has been commonly used to close out the Fearless act. Love Story is famous for being Taylor’s personal twist on the tragic story of Romeo And Juliet.
From Her Album: Evermore
10. ’tis the damn season
In the next act, Taylor likes to switch it up with the folk-pop stylings of ’tis the damn season.
Taylor keeps with the folk vibe on willow, which is a song about going the distance in the name of love.
With marjorie, Taylor takes the time to pay homage to her grandmother, who was once a famous opera singer.
13. champagne problems
The waltz-y song, champagne problems, finds Taylor examining feelings of being unprepared for commitment.
14. tolerate it
Taylor Swift’s track, tolerate it, often closes out the Evermore act by touching on the imbalance of efforts that can exist in a relationship.
From Taylor's Album: Reputation
15. …Ready For It?
Swift normally begins the Reputation act with the album’s opening track, bringing an upbeat pace to the show.
Taylor continues with the electropop vibe with Delicate, which considers how one’s reputation can affect the fragile beginnings of a relationship.
17. Don’t Blame Me
Don’t Blame Me charges forward with an unapologetic vibe as Taylor writes from the perspective of someone who accepts their reputation.
18. Look What You Made Me Do
The fan-favorite Look What You Made Me Do closes out this section on a high note.
Taken From The Album: Speak Now
Speak Now fans might be a little disappointed to find out that Enchanted is usually the only song featured from the album.
Performed From Taylor Swift's Album: Red
Taylor returns to the softer side of pop-country with 22 kicking off the Red act.
21. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
Fans have been enjoying group camaraderie as Taylor kicks into this longtime fan-favorite.
22. I Knew You Were Trouble
Taylor continues to keep the audience’s energy at a peak with the dubstep-infused I Knew You Were Trouble.
23. All Too Well
This hard-hitting ballad typically closes out the Red section on a powerful note, with performances sometimes lasting up to 10 minutes.
From The Album: Folklore
24. the 1
The Folklore section of the concert kicks off with the minimalistic first track on the album.
Taylor tells the story of a relationship with betty and its folk music influences.
26. the last great american dynasty
With this track, Taylor injects a hint of electronica to help bring the concert’s energy to a build yet again.
Swift then follows up with august, which has often been one of the highlights of the concert for many attendees.
28. illicit affairs
Fans typically join in to sing along with illicit affairs, which features minimalistic instrumentation and heavy-hitting lyrics.
29. my tears ricochet
With my tears ricochet, Taylor dials up the ballad meter to deliver a powerful moment every audience member will remember.
Taylor Swift closes out this section with the stripped-down and nostalgic tone of the song, cardigan.
From Taylor's Hit Album: 1989
Swift kicks off the 1989 segment with Style, which injects an infectious energy into the crowd.
32. Blank Space
In keeping with the energy build, Taylor follows up with one of her biggest hits, Blank Space.
33. Shake It Off
With the dance-pop track, Shake It Off, Taylor provides an opportunity for all of her fans to cut the rug.
34. Wildest Dreams
Taylor then tapers off the energy slightly, delivering what many consider to be one of her most powerful ballads.
35. Bad Blood
Swift ties the 1989 section up to a close with Bad Blood. This is generally the last song heard before Taylor’s section of surprise songs.
Album Taken From: Midnights
36. Lavender Haze
The opening track of Midnights begins the album’s portion of the show with its pop-infused message about being yourself.
Taylor continues with the retro vibe with Anti-Hero, which touches on her personal insecurities.
38. Midnight Rain
Midnight Rain usually follows up and maintains the audience’s energy level with its moody electropop sound.
39. Vigilante Shit
Taylor follows up with this minimalistic track that emphasizes her fiery message about being unapologetically vengeful.
Swifts Cinderella-influenced track, Bejeweled, follows up to serve some lighthearted dance vibes.
With this track, Taylor brings the audience’s energy to a focal point with its immersive sound of arpeggiated electronic effects.
Taylor has been closing out her concerts with Karma, which is a pretty straightforward pop song reminiscent of the early 2000s.
The above is the core setlist for the Eras Tour. That said, Taylor Swift also plays more songs infrequently on this tour. Click below to go to the next page and see what those songs are.