Taylor Swift gave Swifties their money's worth at the very first show of The Eras Tour with a whopping 44-song setlist.
The March 18 concert held in Glendale, Arizona's State Farm Stadium lasted three hours and 15 minutes. It included tracks to represent her 10-album discography from the self-titled Taylor Swift to the most recent Midnights.
Her latest Grammy Album of the Year, Folklore, tallied the most songs at eight, followed by Midnights at seven and Lover at six.
Evermore fans were pleasantly surprised when the album had five of its songs performed, tied with 1989. Reputation and Red each got four songs, while Fearless had three.
The least-represented albums were Taylor Swift and Speak Now with only one each. Here are all the 44 songs on her set list for the opening night.
- Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince
- Cruel Summer
- The Man
- You Need to Calm Down
- The Archer
- You Belong With Me
- Love Story
- 'Tis the Damn Season
- Champagne Problems
- Tolerate It
- Ready For It?
- Don't Blame Me
- Look What You Made Me Do
- We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
- I Knew You Were Trouble
- All Too Well (10-Minute Version)
- Invisible String
- The Last Great American Dynasty
- Illicit Affairs
- My Tears Ricochet
- Blank Space
- Shake it Off
- Wildest Dreams
- Bad Blood
- Tim McGraw
- Lavender Haze
- Midnight Rain
- Vigilante S---
The world's highest-paid female entertainer in 2022 announced The Eras Tour in November last year, describing it as a journey through the musical eras of her career thus far. The ongoing first leg will run from March 18 to Aug. 5 at stadiums across the United States. Swift and her team will announce international dates soon.
The singer-songwriter was jokingly dubbed by fans as the "queen of productivity" since the COVID-19 pandemic, during which she released back-to-back Folklore and Evermore, on top of rerecording her past discography—albums and singles alike—into Taylor's Version.
Active since 2004, Swift has sold over 200 million records worldwide. She is the one of best-selling musicians in history, aside from being one of the most decorated with 12 Grammy Awards.