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Taylor Swift performs mash-ups of her “favourite songs” to mark 113th ‘Eras Tour’ show

Taylor Swift marked her 113th ‘Eras Tour’ show with an acoustic mash-up of two of her favourite songs in Zurich.

On Tuesday (July 9) Swift played her first ever concert in Switzerland and introduced the mash-up of ‘Right Where You Left Me’ from ‘Evermore’ and ‘All You Had To Do Was Stay’ from ‘1989’ by explaining that 113 is her lucky number.

She said: “This is actually our 113th show of the Eras Tour, and that’s my favorite number, which I never mention. I just thought since it was my favourite number, I’d do some of my favourite songs for the acoustic section.”

After the acoustic performance, she then went to the piano to perform ‘Last Kiss’, which mentions July 9 in the lyrics – as fans speculated she might do.

“Happy July 9th to those who celebrate,” she said to the crowd, before playing a mash-up of the song, which was on ‘Speak Now’ with ‘Sad Beautiful Tragic’ from ‘Red’.

The mash-ups came towards the end of the show, between tracks from ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ and ‘Midnights’.


Taylor Swift’s Zurich setlist was:

‘Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince’
‘Cruel Summer’
‘The Man’
‘You Need To Calm Down’
‘You Belong With Me’
‘Love Story’
‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’
‘I Knew You Were Trouble’
‘All Too Well’
‘…Ready For It?’
‘Don’t Blame Me’
‘Look What You Made Me Do’
‘Champagne Problems’
‘Illicit Affairs’
‘My Tears Ricochet’
‘Blank Space’
‘Shake It Off’
‘Wildest Dreams’
‘Bad Blood’
‘But Daddy I Love Him / So High School’
‘Who’s Afraid Of Little Old Me?’
‘Down Bad’
‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived’
‘I Can Do It With A Broken Heart’
‘Right Where You Left Me’ / ‘All You Had To Do Was Stay’
‘Last Kiss’ / ‘Sad Beautiful Tragic’
‘Lavender Haze’
‘Midnight Rain’
‘Vigilante Shit’

Swift might have played over a century of shows on the ‘Eras Tour’, but she’s not finished yet. She’s got more shows in Europe to go, and will be returning to the UK for five shows at Wembley Stadium beginning on August 15.

She’ll then be bringing the tour to a close in North America, with a series of shows across November and December. The final show will be in BC Place in Vancouver, Canada, on December 8.

She said in Liverpool last month, to mark her 100th show of the tour: “This is the very first time I’ve ever acknowledged to myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December. Like, that’s it. That feels so far from now, but then again, it feels like we’ve just played our first show on this tour.”

Earlier this month, NME gave Swift’s first Edinburgh show of the tour a five-star review. We said: “Despite being an arena show, in a huge, cavernous venue, Swift and her fans have managed to cultivate a community. Strangers swap friendship bracelets, laugh and cry together, and embrace the tour’s in-jokes and lore (for example shouting “one, two, three, let’s go bitch” during ‘Delicate’).

“It’s the power of Swift, an artist who’s inspired not only the renaming of a Scottish Loch, but also countless fans to come out and embrace being a part of the Eras family. With The Eras Tour, then, Swift’s managed to craft a marvel of a show that comes with a beating heart.”

You can try your hand at getting tickets to Swift’s remaining London dates here.

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