Taylor Swift I want Swifties on “The Eras Tour” to know she loves it. forever As much as they, the 33-year-old applauds TikTokers, who claimed its December 2020 release was a ‘forgotten’ album due to its quick release after its sister project. folktale (which also won a Grammy), but followed almost immediately with her re-recording. Fearless (Taylor Version). While playing the piano She declared that the alternative pop record was “An album I absolutely love — even if you say it on TikTok,” she said, “I saw it – I saw it all,” as fans in Glendale, Arizona, screamed at her comments.
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— Miguel ERAS OPENING NIGHT (@Sales Graceful) March 18, 2023
Comments were appropriately made while she was in her middle. forever The set, which included five songs: “’tis the damn season,” “Willow,” “marjorie,” “champagne problems,” and “tolerate it.” Held in a beautiful, moss-covered setting reminiscent of the “Willow” music video, Taylor noted that she eventually got to perform. “The four new members of the family” in reference to her album. loved one, folktale, forever and the last drop midnightIn particular, her 2020 “Lover Fest” was canceled due to the coronavirus.
Taylor played over three hours as she sang 44 of her hits during her opening performance of the “Eras Tour,” which kicked off Friday, March 17 in Glendale, Arizona. The pop-turned-pop star pulls hits from her entire catalog, including brave, 1989, red and more. As a tribute to each album “era”, she also organizes her wardrobe to match some of her most iconic looks from past music videos or live performances. by adding the time travel theme of the long show
The first concert came months after the show sparked controversy involving fans unable to get tickets after Ticketmaster sold most of the seats available during pre-sale. which led to the cancellation of the normal sale day.
“It goes without saying that I am extremely protective of my fans. We have been doing this for decades together. and over the years I have brought many elements of my career into my home. I do this specifically to improve the quality of the fan experience by doing it myself with my team who care about their fans as much as I do,” Taylor wrote via her Instagram story on Feb. 18. November 2022 “It’s really hard for me to trust these outsiders with relationships and loyalty. And it was excruciating for me to watch mistakes happen without recourse,” she said.
“There are a lot of reasons why people have a hard time trying to get tickets. And I’m trying to figure out how this situation can improve in the future,” the GRAMMY winner continued. “It’s really amazing that 2.4 million people got tickets. But I feel really bad. Many of them felt that they had to go through multiple bear attacks to achieve it.”
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