The Complete List of Taylor Swift Eras Tour Special Guests

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Taylor Swift has brought out all of the stops and special guests for The Eras Tour.

The Eras Tour is set to cross countries and break numerous records at each stadium Swift attends. With all of the notoriety and the challenge it was for the majority of Swifties to get tickets, its no wonder that it is a grand spectacle. The production value and opening acts are top-notch. This also leaves room for the numerous famous friends Swift has to come out and surprise crowds and give unforgettable performances.

The Eras Tour Special Guests

March 25: Marcus Mumford

On March 25 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Swift brought out her collaborator Marcus Mumford. The duo performed “Cowboy Like Me,” off of her Evermore record. Despite the recorded version having Mumford only sing the harmonies, he was able to sing a full verse during the live duet. Taylor Swift told The Eras Tour crowd that she recorded the track in his home studio. Their collaboration came about only after he watched her one day in the studio and she wanted him to step in and record the harmonies.


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April 14, 15 and May 7: Aaron Dessner

Taylor Swift brought out Aaron Dessner for two of three shows at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. During Taylor Swift’s second Tampa show, she brought out The National member to perform “The Great War.” The surprise song’s live performance marked the official live debut of the song for the pair. The following night, he performed “Mad Woman,” from Folklore.

On May 7 in Nashville at Nissan Stadium, fans were treated to a performance of “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve,” in the pouring rain.

May: Phoebe Bridgers

Although Phoebe Bridgers is an opening act for select dates on The Eras Tour, she was also a special guest. On May 5, 6 and 7 Taylor Swift surprised audiences by bringing her out for their duet, “Nothing New.” They performed the tune during the Red portion of the show which is featured as a vault track off of Swift’s 2021 re-recording of the album. Bridgers and Swift went on to perform the duet in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.

Bridgers was able to provide her own surprise guests during her Nashville sets on May 5 and 6. She brought out Lucy Davus and Julien Baker, the other two members of Boygenius.

May 26: Jack Antonoff

During the first show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, fans got an extra surprise with a Jack Antonoff duet. Swift and Antonoff performed an acoustic rendition of “Getaway Car” from her 2017 record, Reputation. The co-writers showcased their songwriting session for the song in the 2020 Miss Americana documentary.

May 26, 27, 28: Ice Spice

Taylor Swift and Ice Spice debuted the “Karma” remix collaboration at Met Life Stadium in New Jersey. The track is featured on the Midnights deluxe edition sold at tour stops physically. The pop duo even created a music video for the new single. Ice Spice delighted the crowd when she came out all three nights in East Rutherford.


June 3: Maren Morris

Maren Morris surprised the Chicago crowd at Soldier Field on June 3. The country hitmaker and country-pop crossover performed “You All Over Me” for the first time ever live. The tune was released “from the vault” on Swift’s 2021 re-recording of Fearless. Morris praised Swift in a TikTok video after the show.


Thank you so much for having me @Taylor Swift . Your generosity to me in these last 7 years is insurmountable and I love you so. #theerastour #erastour

♬ original sound – marenmorris

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