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Taylor Swift Thanks Edinburgh Eras Tour Crowds for Record-Breaking Attendance: ‘Truly Blew Me Away’

Taylor Swift is anything but down bad after three successful Eras Tour shows in Scotland, shortly after which she thanked fans for showing up in record-breaking numbers in a heartfelt post on Instagram Monday (June 10).

Sharing a slew of photos from her performances at Murrayfield Stadium, the pop star excitedly wrote, “Edinburgh!!! You truly blew me away this weekend.”

“Thank you for breaking the all-time attendance record for a stadium show in Scotland 3 times in a row 🤯 and for all the ways you made us feel right at home,” Swift continued. “Love you, all 220,000 of you!!! 🤍”

As usual, the “Fortnight” singer’s latest shows were just as memorable for concertgoers as they were for her. The first night saw one Swiftie proposing to another — “I just saw that whole thing!” a smiling Swift marveled moments later — and the second night found the singer delivering a rare performance of 2009’s “Crazier” during the surprise song section.

Edinburgh’s surprise song selections also included mashups of “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” and “I Know Places”; “’Tis the Damn Season” and “Daylight”; “The Bolter” and “Getaway Car”; “It’s Nice to Have a Friend” and “Dorothea”; and “Haunted” and “Exile.”

Swift’s next performances on the Eras trek’s European leg are slated for June 13-15 in Liverpool. The city has been preparing for her arrival for months, with officials temporarily renaming it “Taylor Town” and working with local artists to install 11 spaced out interactive exhibits in honor of each of the star’s albums.

The 14-time Grammy winner will continue touring Europe through mid August. In October, she’ll return to the U.S. and Canada for a second round of North American dates.

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