Taylor Swift Surprises Sydney Concertgoers with More Mashups at Second Night of Eras Tour

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Taylor Swift executes at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Feb. 16, 2024 in Melbourne, Australia.

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Taylor Swift had plenty of brand-new shocks in Sydney, Australia.

On Saturday (Feb. 23), the 2nd evening of her Eras Tour job at Accor Stadium, the pop super star — that at each scenic tour day executes 2 tracks that are seldom listened to throughout the program — supplied an additional set of mashups throughout the acoustic area of her collection.

For her initial shock track of the night, Swift executed a mashup of “Should’ve Said No,” from her 2006 self-titled launching, and “You’re Not Sorry,” from 2008’s Fearless. The 2nd mashup included the vocalist taking a seat at the piano for a collection of Reputation‘s “New Year’s Day” and “Peace” off Folklore.

Friday’s program additionally located Swift introducing a 3rd version of her future cd, The Tortured Poets Department, entitled “The Albatross,” which includes a minimal benefit tune of the exact same name. She went down the information throughout her nighttime shock tune area prior to drawing out opener Sabrina Carpenter to aid in vocal singing a mashup of “White Horse” and “Coney Island.”

These aren’t the initial mashups Swift has actually carried out throughout the shock tracks section of her Eras Tour shows. The initial unanticipated collection shown up throughout her Feb. 17 program at Australia’s Melbourne Cricket Ground, where she provided a three-song mashup of “Getaway Car,” “August” and “The Other Side of the Door.”

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“I just really want you to be happy because you’re making me happy,” the pop celebrity informed Swifties prior to the collection. “So I figured you might want to hear this one, let me know though.”

The complying with night, Swift incorporated “Come Back… Be Here” from her Red period with Lover shutting track “Daylight” at Melbourne Cricket Ground.

During the Feb. 18 program, Swift additionally provided a PSA regarding obtaining “creative” with the shock tracks. The vocalist formerly informed followers she’s provided herself consent to duplicate tracks she’s currently played this scenic tour for the trip’s worldwide leg, which she’s presently on. But she’s still established on bringing some aspect of disorder to her nighttime tune options.

“That was to challenge me to really get to all the ones that I just don’t naturally gravitate towards, and I feel really proud about having done that,” Swift stated at the Melbourne program, describing her initial strategy to prevent shock tune repeats throughout the scenic tour.

“But this is sort of a public service announcement to everyone who might be anywhere else on the tour, or whatever, or watching this — we have a lot of people, we’re very lucky to have a lot of people watch this on the internet and care about these shows if they’re not here,” she proceeded. “I’ve just been kind of rethinking, and I’ve been thinking I want to be as creative as possible with the acoustic set moving forward.”



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