The Complete List of Taylor Swift Eras Tour Surprise Songs (So Far)

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Taylor Swift Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour has brought out numerous surprise guests, but Swifties want to know what surprise songs she’ll perform next.

The country-pop crossover typically surprises her crowd with different songs at different stops of her tours. For The Eras Tour, the crowds are blessed with two surprise songs nightly, sometimes with special guests. Each show lasts roughly three hours long with ten separate acts, divided by her eras. Each concert’s setlist includes roughly 44 songs along with harmonious interludes that separate each act.


During the ninth act is when the two surprise songs come into play. They are typically performed on acoustic guitar and then the second on piano, which transitions into the rest of her show.

Discover an updating list of all of the surprise songs performed by Taylor Swift on The Eras Tour, so far, below.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Surprise Songs (So Far)

Glendale, California

  • March 17 – Glendale: “Mirrorball” and “Tim McGraw”
  • March 18 – Glendale: “This Is Me Trying” and “State of Grace”

Las Vegas, Nevada

  • March 24 – Las Vegas: “Our Song” and “Snow on the Beach”
  • March 25 – Las Vegas: “Cowboy like Me” (with special guest Marcus Mumford) and “White Horse”

At Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on March 25, Taylor Swift surprised the audience by inviting her collaborator Marcus Mumford on stage. Together, they delivered a captivating performance of “Cowboy Like Me,” a track from her Evermore album. While the recorded version featured Mumford contributing harmonies, during the live duet, he impressively sang an entire verse. Swift disclosed to The Eras Tour crowd that she had recorded the song at Mumford’s home studio. The collaboration happened when Mumford observed her working in the studio, and she later asked him to join in and record the harmonies.


Arlington, Virginia

  • March 31 – Arlington: “Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “Ours”
  • April 1 – Arlington: “Death by a Thousand Cuts” and “Clean”
  • April 2 – Arlington: “Jump then Fall” and “The Lucky One”

Tampa, Florida

  • April 13 – Tampa: “Speak Now” and “Treacherous”
  • April 14 – Tampa: “The Great War” (with special guest Aaron Dessner) and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • April 15 – Tampa: “Mad Woman” (with special guest Aaron Dessner) and “Mean”

At two out of the three shows held at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium, Taylor Swift had a special guest appearance by Aaron Dessner. During the second Tampa show, the two artists joined forces to perform “The Great War,” and this live rendition served as the song’s official debut for the pair. The following night, Dessner took the stage again to perform “Mad Woman,” a track from Folklore.

Houston, Texas

  • April 21 – Houston: “Wonderland” and “You’re Not Sorry”
  • April 22 – Houston: “A Place in This World” and “Today Was a Fairytale”
  • April 23 – Houston: “Begin Again” and “Cold as You”

Atlanta, Georgia

  • April 28 – Atlanta: “The Other Side of the Door” and “Coney Island”
  • April 29 – Atlanta: “High Infidelity” and “Gorgeous”
  • April 30 – Atlanta: “I Bet You Think About Me” and “How You Get the Girl”


Nashville, Tennessee

  • May 5 – Nashville: “Sparks Fly” and “Teardrops on My Guitar”
  • May 6 – Nashville: “Out of the Woods” and “Fifteen”
  • May 7 – Nashville: “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” (with Dessner) and “Mine”

In Nashville, on May 7, at Nissan Stadium, Taylor Swift delighted her fans by braving the pouring rain to deliver a captivating performance of “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve.”

Philidelphia, Pennsylvania

  • May 12 – Philadelphia: “Gold Rush” and “Come Back… Be Here”
  • May 13 – Philadelphia: “Forever & Always” and “This Love”
  • May 14 – Philadelphia: “Hey Stephen” and “The Best Day”

Foxborough, Massachusetts

  • May 19 – Foxborough: “Should’ve Said No” and “Better Man”
  • May 20 – Foxborough: “Question…?” and “Invisible”
  • May 21 – Foxborough: “I Think He Knows” and “Red”

East Rutherford, New Jersey

  • May 26 – East Rutherford: “Getaway Car” (with special guest Jack Antonoff) and “Maroon”
  • May 27 – East Rutherford: “Holy Ground” and “False God”
  • May 28 – East Rutherford: “Welcome to New York” and “Clean”

At the inaugural show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, attendees were in for an additional treat as Taylor Swift teamed up with Jack Antonoff for a special duet. Together, they delivered a soulful and acoustic rendition of “Getaway Car,” a song from her 2017 album, Reputation. Fans were delighted to witness the live performance of this track, especially after seeing their songwriting process showcased in the 2020 Miss Americana documentary.


Chicago, Illinois

  • June 2 – Chicago: “I Wish You Would” and “The Lakes”
  • June 3 – Chicago: “You All Over Me” (with special guest Maren Morris) and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”
  • June 4 – Chicago: “Hits Different” and “The Moment I Knew”

During the June 3 show at Soldier Field in Chicago, Maren Morris pleasantly surprised the audience with a special appearance. The renowned country artist, known for her country-pop crossovers, performed “You All Over Me” live for the very first time. This particular song had been released “from the vault” on Taylor Swift’s 2021 re-recording of her album Fearless. After the performance, Maren Morris expressed her admiration for Swift in a TikTok video, showing her appreciation for the memorable experience.

Detroit, Michigan

  • June 9 – Detroit: “Haunted” and “I Almost Do”
  • June 10 – Detroit: “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Breathe”

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • June 16 – Pittsburgh: “Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time”
  • June 17 – Pittsburgh: “Seven” (with special guest Aaron Dessner) and “The Story of Us”

Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • June 23 – Minneapolis: “Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie”
  • June 24 – Minneapolis: “Dear John” and “Daylight”

Cincinnati, Ohio

  • June 30 – Cincinnati: “I’m Only Me When I’m with You” and “Evermore”
  • July 1 – Cincinnati: “Ivy” (with special guest Aaron Dessner) and “Call It What You Want”

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