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See All the Best Photos from Taylor Swift's Eras Tour

In honor of the Eras Tour film releasing on Disney+, look back at the best moments from the concert

<p>TAS2023 via Getty</p>

TAS2023 via Getty

Taylor Swift's Eras Tour is finally coming to a living room near you!

Following the theatrical release of the concert film in October 2023, the Eras Tour film was released on Disney+ on March 14, featuring even more bonus footage from the hit show.

Through the successful world tour, which officially kicked off in March 2023, Swift takes fans on a musical journey, spanning 10 albums and three hours of music.

With flashy costumes and intricate sets, Swift creates a true spectacle as she performs some of her biggest hits from her illustrious career. Plus, she always has a few surprises up her sleeve, whether it be special guests or announcements about her upcoming albums.

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As you relive the Eras Tour with the recent concert film, take a look back at some of the best moments from the show ahead.

It's a Cruel Summer with You

Christopher Polk/Penske Media via Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Las Vegas on March 24, 2023
Christopher Polk/Penske Media via Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Las Vegas on March 24, 2023

Following a dramatic interlude that references Taylor Swift's first 10 albums, the singer emerges from under the stage to perform her Lover song "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince." She then segues into her hit track "Cruel Summer," which leads the audience to erupt in applause.

She's 'The Man'

<p>Marcelo Endelli/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Buenos Aires on Nov. 9, 2023

Marcelo Endelli/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Buenos Aires on Nov. 9, 2023

Swift then addresses the lively crowd, joking that they're making her feel so powerful as she shows off and kisses her biceps. As she slips on a blazer, she transitions into her next song by letting the crowd know that they're making her feel like "The Man."

This Is Our Place, We Make the Rules

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 5, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 5, 2023

During the show, Swift brings the Lover House to life as she performs the titular song from her seventh studio album with her full band and backup singers.

The Archer

Kevin Mazur/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona on March 18, 2023
Kevin Mazur/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona on March 18, 2023

Swift ends her Lover set by singing her ballad "The Archer," transforming the stage into a starry spectacle.

It's Fearless

John Shearer/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour
John Shearer/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour

Swift then goes back to her Fearless days as she dons her best gold dress on stage. At one point during the set, she throws up a heart for the audience before doing her signature twirl with her studded guitar.

Standing Ovation

<p>Hector Vivas/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 24, 2023

Hector Vivas/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 24, 2023

One of the highlights of Swift's Evermore era has to be her performance of "Champagne Problems" at her moss-covered piano, which always earns a huge standing ovation from the crowd — with one of her longest being eight minutes during her Los Angeles show.

Tribute to Majorie

<p>Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty </p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Brazil on Nov. 17, 2023

Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Brazil on Nov. 17, 2023

During her Evermore set, Swift brings the audience to tears as she performs "Marjorie" penned about her late grandmother Marjorie Finlay, who was an opera singer. For the special performance, Swifties pay tribute to Marjorie by turning on their camera flashlights, creating a beautiful array of lights across the stadium.

Fun Times with Haim

<p>Jeff Kravitz/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Haim in Santa Clara, California on July 28, 2023

Jeff Kravitz/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Haim in Santa Clara, California on July 28, 2023

For select dates when Haim served as her opening act, Swift brought out the sibling trio to perform "No Body, No Crime" from her Evermore album. While performing in Santa Clara, California (above), Haim even donned their outfits from the "Bejeweled" music video, in which they played Swift's evil stepsisters.

Entering Her Reputation Era

<p>Don Arnold/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Sydney, Australia on Feb. 23, 2024

Don Arnold/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Sydney, Australia on Feb. 23, 2024

Nothing quite tops the introduction to Swift's Reputation era as images of snakes and Swift's clanking heels appear on the screen before her hit song "Ready For It?" blares through the speakers. Of course, the transition from "Don't Blame Me" to "Look What You Made Me Do" is a true highlight of the show.

The Old Taylor Can't Come to a Phone Right Now

<p>Taylor Hill/TAS23/Getty </p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 30, 2023

Taylor Hill/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 30, 2023

Paying homage to the "Look What You Made Me Do" music video, Swift's backup dancers dress up as "old Taylors" as she performs the hit song on stage. It's a true "eras" moment to see Swift (in all her snake queen glory) with her old selves on one stage.

1, 2, 3, Let's Go!

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Kansas City, Missouri on July 7, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Kansas City, Missouri on July 7, 2023

From clapping during "You Belong with Me" to singing Kendrick Lamar's verse in "Bad Blood," fans have created many interactive chants for the Eras Tour. However, none of them quite top the "1, 2, 3, let's go b----" chant before "Delicate," which even Swift participates in during each show.

Her Princess Moment

Ethan Miller/TAS23/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Las Vegas on March 24, 2023
Ethan Miller/TAS23/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Las Vegas on March 24, 2023

Though the Eras Tour's Speak Now set is short, it's definitely sweet as Swift has her princess moment in a gorgeous gown for "Enchanted."

Long Live the Memories We Made

<p>Emma McIntyre/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Inglewood, California on Aug. 3, 2023

Emma McIntyre/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Inglewood, California on Aug. 3, 2023

During a few special performances, Swift extended her Speak Now set by singing her hit "Long Live" with her band.

A Perfect Night to Dress Up Like Hipsters

<p>Hector Vivas/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 24, 2023

Hector Vivas/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Mexico City, Mexico on Aug. 24, 2023

For her Red set, Swift dresses up like a hipster for her performance of "22." In a heartwarming moment, she ends the song by giving her hat to a special fan in the audience.

We Remember It 'All Too Well'

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty for TAS Rights Management Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 5, 2023
John Shearer/TAS23/Getty for TAS Rights Management Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 5, 2023

Swift perfectly sets the scene as she sings the 10-minute version of her song "All Too Well" on stage. As she reminisces about fall and winter, the seasons come to life with leaf and snow confetti.

Trouble, Trouble

<p>Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Swift doesn't hold back with the special effects as she sings her hit "I Knew You Were Trouble" and bursts of smoke appear around her on stage.

Duets with Phoebe Bridgers

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty </p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Phoebe Bridgers in Nashville on May 5, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Phoebe Bridgers in Nashville on May 5, 2023

During a few select performances, Swift was joined by her opening act Phoebe Bridgers to perform their song "Nothing New" from Red (Taylor's Version).

The Folklore Cabin

<p>Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 17, 2023

Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 17, 2023

Following her Red set, Swift transitions to her Folklore era where she brings the woodsy cabin to life on stage and soulfully sings tracks such as "Cardigan" and "The Last Great American Dynasty."

Lost in the Memory

<p>Terence Rushin/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Atlanta, Georgia on April 28, 2023

Terence Rushin/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Atlanta, Georgia on April 28, 2023

At one point during her Folklore set, Swift puts her cape dress to good use as she twirls around on stage, getting up close with the audience.

The Rain Came Pouring Down

<p>TAS Rights Management/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Foxborough, Massachusetts on May 20, 2023

TAS Rights Management/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Foxborough, Massachusetts on May 20, 2023

During her concert in Foxborough, Massachusetts (above), Swift found a way to "shake off" the rain as she danced the night away in her green two-piece.

Burning It Down

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Kansas City, Missouri on July 7, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Kansas City, Missouri on July 7, 2023

Hours after bringing the Lover House to life, Swift burns it to the ground as she performs her hit "Bad Blood" during her 1989 set. During her show at Arrowhead Stadium (above), Swift perfectly matched the fire hue with her orange outfit and boots.

And the Surprise Song Is . . .

<p>Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty </p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 17, 2023

Buda Mendes/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 17, 2023

Swift's acoustic set has become one of the most anticipated moments of the Eras Tour as Swifties (in the stadium and watching at home) eagerly wait to hear which songs the singer will perform at the show. Surprise songs have ranged from early hits like "Tim McGraw" to a recent introduction of mashups like "New Year's Day/Peace."

Sweet Moments with Sabrina Carpenter

<p>Don Arnold/TAS24/[SOURCE] for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Sabrina Carpenter in Sydney, Australia on Feb. 23, 2024

Don Arnold/TAS24/[SOURCE] for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Sabrina Carpenter in Sydney, Australia on Feb. 23, 2024

During one special show in Sydney, Australia (above), Swift was joined by her opening act Sabrina Carpenter who joined her in a special performance of "White Horse" at the flower-covered piano.

Speak Now (Taylor's Version)

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 5, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 5, 2023

Swift has also used her acoustic set as an opportunity to make some very special announcements, starting with the announcement of Speak Now (Taylor's Version) during her Nashville show on May 5, 2023 (above).

Friendly Reunions

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Gett</p> Taylor Swift at the Eras Tour with Presley Cash, Joey King and Taylor Lautner

John Shearer/TAS23/Gett

Taylor Swift at the Eras Tour with Presley Cash, Joey King and Taylor Lautner

Months later as Swift debuted the music video for "I Can See You" from Speak Now (Taylor's Version), she enlisted some surprise guests. The singer was joined on stage by Presley Cash, Joey King and her ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner, who all played pivotal roles in her Speak Now era.

1989 (Taylor's Version)

<p>Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Inglewood, California on Aug. 9, 2023

Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Inglewood, California on Aug. 9, 2023

As Swift performed one of her final shows for the U.S. leg of the Eras Tour on Aug. 9, 2023 (above), she shocked the crowd by announcing 1989 (Taylor's Version) on stage. For the special moment, she debuted several new blue concert looks in honor of the album.

Special Guest Ice Spice

<p>Kevin Mazur/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Ice Spice in East Rutherford, New Jersey on May 26, 2023

Kevin Mazur/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour with Ice Spice in East Rutherford, New Jersey on May 26, 2023

Swift turned MetLife Stadium into a party in May 2023 as she was joined by Ice Spice (above) for a special performance of "Karma."

Making the Whole Place Shimmer

Omar Vega/TAS23/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Arlington, Texas on March 31, 2023
Omar Vega/TAS23/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Arlington, Texas on March 31, 2023

Swift proves that a diamond's gotta shine as she performs "Bejeweled" on the stage, complete with delightful choreography from her backup dancers.

Dressing for Revenge

Kevin Mazur/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour
Kevin Mazur/Getty Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour

Swift's sultry performance of "Vigilante S---" is another highly talked about moment from the show (and has quickly gone viral on social media as many try to replicate her intricate chair choreography).

Confetti Falls to the Ground

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 6, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performing at the Eras Tour in Nashville on May 6, 2023

It wouldn't be a Taylor Swift show without confetti! As Swift closes the tour with "Karma," the stage is covered with rainbow confetti representing Swift's first 10 albums.

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