The Era’s tour by Taylor Swift is in talk these days as she becomes the first female artist to have a stadium full of 70 thousand people!
She started this stadium tour on 17th of March In Glendale, Arizona. In her honour, Glendale was temporarily changed to ‘Swift City’. She perfomed 44 songs in 3 hours without taking any breaks in between. The supporting acts were performed by Gayle, The HAIM sisters and many more upcoming and trending Artists.
The 44-song tour de force, which began with Lover-era deep cut “Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince” and ended with the bubbly and biting “Karma,” a fan-favorite track from 2022’s Midnights, careened through all 10 of Swift’s original albums, each of which received its own highly-personalized portion of the show.
Also contributing to Swift’s overall streaming totals coinciding with the Eras tour kickoff: the four “From The Vault” songs that she shared on Friday, which include three “Taylor’s Version” re-recordings of previously released songs (“Safe and Sound,” “Eyes Open” and “If This Was a Movie”) as well as an unreleased track, “All the Girls You Loved Before,” from the Lover sessions. The latter has gotten off to a hot start at streaming, scoring over 4 million streams on its release day, to go with 11,000 U.S. digital sales on Friday. As “Girls” continues to reside within the upper reaches of daily streaming charts on Spotify and Apple Music, Swift could notch another nice Hot 100 debut next week, after she takes the Eras tour to its second stop in Las Vegas this weekend.