Here Are All the Surprise Songs Taylor Swift Has Played on the ‘Eras’ Tour

By this point, the “Eras” tour surprise songs Taylor Swift hasn’t played yet on the Eras tour have dwindled considerably, given that Los Angeles was Taylor Swift’s last stop on the first United States leg of the stadium tour. Among a 4-hour set comprised of all 10 albums Swift has released, the songstress takes some time to play two “surprise songs” on the guitar or piano. The titles remain a mystery until the moment in the show when she takes time to strip down the production for her audience.

Swift has also flubbed lyrics to some songs, claiming that any song she messes up can be played again later on in the tour. With the international leg of the “Eras” tour fast approaching, Swift will run out of songs eventually. Many options still stand by for the set of shows in LA this weekend and next week.

Here’s the list of which surprise songs Swift performed and when, stretching back to the very first “Eras” show in Arizona:

*Underlined songs mark titles Taylor messed up lyrics to

*Bolded titles mark repeat songs, Bold and Italicized titles mark three-peats

*Bold Italicized and Underlined titles mark four-peats

*Italicized Albums mark Swift’s announcements of when she would release her re-recorded albums, which has happened twice now so far on tour.

First Round of United States Leg

  • March 17 in Glendale, Ariz. — “Mirrorball” and “Tim McGraw”

  • March 18 in Glendale, Ariz. — “State of Grace” and “This Is Me Trying”

  • March 24 in Las Vegas, Nev. — “Our Song” and “Snow on the Beach”

  • March 25 in Las Vegas, Nev. — “Cowboy Like Me” with Marcus Mumford and “White Horse”

  • March 31 in Arlington, Texas — “Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “Ours”

  • April 1 in Arlington, Texas — “Death by a Thousand Cuts” and “Clean”

  • April 2 in Arlington, Texas — “Jump Then Fall” and “The Lucky One”

  • April 13 in Tampa, Fla. — “Speak Now” and “Treacherous”

  • April 14 in Tampa, Fla. — “The Great War” with Aaron Dessner and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”

  • April 15 in Tampa, Fla. — “Mad Woman” with Aaron Dessner and “Mean”

  • April 21 in Houston, Texas — “Wonderland” and “You’re Not Sorry”

  • April 22 in Houston, Texas — “A Place in This World” and “Today Was a Fairytale”

  • April 23 in Houston, Texas — “Begin Again” and “Cold as You”

  • April 28 in Atlanta, Ga. — “The Other Side of the Door” and “Coney Island”

  • April 29 in Atlanta, Ga. — “High Infidelity” and “Gorgeous”

  • April 30 in Atlanta, Ga. — “I Bet You Think About Me” and “How You Get the Girl”

  • May 5 in Nashville, Tenn. — “Sparks Fly” + “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” Announcement and “Teardrops on My Guitar”

  • May 6 in Nashville, Tenn. — “Out of the Woods” and “Fifteen”

  • May 7 in Nashville, Tenn. — “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” with Aaron Dessner and “Mine”

  • May 12 in Philadelphia, Penn. — “Gold Rush” and “Come Back…Be Here”

  • May 13 in Philadelphia, Penn. — “Forever & Always” and “This Love”

  • May 14 in Philadelphia, Penn. — “Hey Stephen” and “The Best Day”

  • May 19 in Foxborough, Mass. — “Should’ve Said No” and “Better Man”

  • May 20 in Foxborough, Mass. — “Question…?” and “Invisible”

  • May 21 in Foxborough, Mass. — “I Think He Knows” and “Red”

  • May 26 in East Rutherford, N.J. — “Getaway Car” with Jack Antonoff and “Maroon”

  • May 27 in East Rutherford, N.J. — “Holy Ground” and “False God”

  • May 28 in East Rutherford, N.J. — “Welcome to New York” and “Clean”

  • June 2 in Chicago, Ill. — “I Wish You Would” and “The Lakes”

  • June 3 in Chicago, Ill. — “You All Over Me” with Maren Morris and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”

  • June 4 in Chicago, Ill. — “Hits Different” and “The Moment I Knew”

  • June 9 in Detroit, Mich. — “Haunted” and “I Almost Do”

  • June 10 in Detroit, Mich. — “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Breathe”

  • June 16 in Pittsburgh, Penn. — “Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time”

  • June 17 in Pittsburgh, Penn. — “Seven” with Aaron Dessner and “The Story of Us”

  • June 23 in Minneapolis, Minn. — “Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie”

  • June 24 in Minneapolis, Minn. — “Dear John” and “Daylight”

  • June 30 in Cincinnati, Ohio — “I’m Only Me When I’m With You” and “Evermore”

  • July 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio — “Ivy” with Aaron Dessner, “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” with Gracie Abrams and “Call It What You Want”

  • July 7 in Kansas City, Miss. — “Never Grow Up” and “When Emma Falls in Love”

  • July 8 in Kansas City, Miss. — “Last Kiss” and “Dorothea”

  • July 14 in Denver, Colo. — “Picture to Burn” and “Timeless”

  • July 15 in Denver, Colo. — “Starlight” and “Back to December”

  • July 22 in Seattle, Wash. — “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” and “Everything Has Changed”

  • July 23 in Seattle, Wash. — “Message in a Bottle” and “Tied Together With a Smile”

  • July 28 in Santa Clara, Calif. — “Right Where You Left Me” and “Castles Crumbling”

  • July 29 in Santa Clara, Calif. — “Stay Stay Stay” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before”

  • August 3 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “I Can See You” and “Maroon”

  • August 4 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “Our Song” and “You Are in Love”

  • August 5 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “Death By a Thousand Cuts” and “You’re On Your Own Kid”

  • August 7 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “Exile” and “Dress”

  • August 8 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “I Know Places” and “King of My Heart”

  • August 9 in Los Angeles, Calif. – “New Romantics” + “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” Announcement and “New Year’s Day”

International Leg 2023

  • August 24 in Mexico City, Mexico – “I Forgot That You Existed” and “Sweet Nothing”

  • August 25 in Mexico City, Mexico – “Tell Me Why” and “Snow on the Beach”

  • August 26 in Mexico City, Mexico – “Cornelia Street” and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”

  • August 27 in Mexico City, Mexico: “Afterglow” and “Maroon”

  • November 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth”

  • November 10 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: Cancelled Due to Rain

  • November 11 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: “End Game” and Mash-Up of “Out of the Woods” & “Is It Over Now?”

  • November 12 in Buenos Aires, Argentina: “Better Than Revenge” and “Slut!”

  • November 17 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: “Stay Beautiful” and “Suburban Legends”

  • November 19 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: “Dancing. With Our Hands Tied” and “Bigger Than the Whole Sky”

  • November 20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: “Me!” and “So It Goes”

  • Nov. 24 in São Paulo, Brazil — “Now That We Don’t Talk” and “Innocent”

  • Nov. 25 in São Paulo, Brazil — “Safe and Sound” and “Untouchable”

  • Nov. 25 in São Paulo, Brazil — “Say Don’t Go” and “It’s Time to Go”

At the end of 2023, Swift teased that she would be wiping the slate of surprise songs clean starting in 2024 when she went back on tour in Tokyo, meaning any and all songs are fair game once more.

International 2024

  • February 6 in Tokyo, Japan : “Holy Ground” and “Dear Reader”

  • February 7 in Tokyo, Japan : “Eyes Open” and “Electric Touch”

  • February 8 in Tokyo, Japan: “Superman” and “The Outside”

  • February 9 in Tokyo, Japan: “Come In With the Rain” and “You’re On Your Own Kid”

  • February 16 in Melbourne, Australia: “Red” and “You’re Losing Me”

*As of Feb. 18 in Melbourne, Swift made a public service announcement that she didn’t want to limit herself to the songs left on the list, confirming that she will do away with the no repeat rule. She also began to combine three or more songs in a surprise set.

  • February 17 in Melbourne, Australia : Mashup of “Getaway Car”/”August”/”The Other Side of the Door” and “This Is Me Trying”

  • February 18 in Melbourne, Australia : Mashup of “Come Back… Be Here”/”Daylight” and “Teardrops on My Guitar”

  • February 23 in Sydney, Australia – “How You Get the Girl” and Mashup of “White Horse/Coney Island” with Sabrina Carpenter

  • February 24 in Sydney, Australia – “Should’ve Said No (Naur)” and Mashup of “New Year’s Day/Peace”

  • February 25 in Sydney, Australia – Mashup of “Is It Over Now/I Wish You Would” and Mashup of “Haunted/Exile”

  • February 26 in Sydney, Australia – Mashup of “Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve/Ivy” and Mashup of “Forever & Always/Maroon”

  • March 2 in Singapore – Mashup of “long story short/The Story of Us” and Mashup of “Clean/evermore”

  • March 3 in Singapore – Mashup of “Mine/Starlight” and Mashup of “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever/Dress”

  • March 4 in Singapore – Mashup of “Foolish One/Tell Me Why” and Mashup of “This Love/Call It What You Want”

  • March 5 in Singapore – Mashup of “Death by a Thousand Cuts/Babe” and Mashup of “Fifteen/You’re On Your Own Kid”

Songs That Haven’t Been Played Yet:

From “Taylor Swift” (her debut album):

  • “Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)”

  • “A Perfectly Good Heart”

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

  • “The Way I Loved You”

  • “Change”

  • “Superstar”

  • “We Were Happy”

  • “That’s When (feat. Keith Urban)”

  • “Don’t You”

  • “Bye Bye Baby”

“Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”

  • “Foolish One”

“Red (Taylor’s Version)

  • “Girl at Home”

  • “Babe”

  • “Forever Winter”

  • “Run (feat. Ed Sheeran)”

“1989 (Taylor’s Version)” All Songs Have Been Played Once!

“Reputation” – One non-rerecord song remaining!

  • “I Did Something Bad”


  • “London Boy”

  • “Soon You’ll Get Better (feat. The Chicks)”

  • “It’s Nice to Have a Friend”


  • “Epiphany”

  • “Hoax”


  • “Happiness”

  • “Long Story Short”

  • “Closure”


  • “Paris”

  • “Glitch”

Grab-bag (songs not attached to specific albums):

  • “I Heart ?”

  • “Ronan”

  • “Only the Young”

  • “Renegade”

  • “The Alcott”

  • “Gasoline”

  • “Beautiful Eyes”

  • “Beautiful Ghosts”

  • “Sweeter Than Fiction”

  • “Carolina”

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