Taylor Swift begins ‘Eras’ tour

Junior Lelia Wormington enjoyes the Taylor Swift concert.

Miranda Sirota, Editor-in-Chief

Taylor Swift kicked off her long-awaited “Eras” tour in Glendale, Arizona, on Saturday, March 17. Fans have been awaiting a tour from Taylor for a long time as the pandemic prohibited her from going on tours for her previous albums “Lover,” “Folklore,” and “Evermore.” Now, she is holding “The Eras” tour, performing songs from each of her albums, including her newest album “Midnights.”

From April 1-3, Taylor performed at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. GAYLE and Muna opened for night one, while Gracie Abrams and Beabadoobee opened for nights two and three.
Taylor played a total of 44 songs, making for a show that lasted a little over three hours. She additionally became the first female artist to perform for three nights in a row at AT&T Stadium. Not to mention, each of the shows were completely sold out.

After playing in Tampa, Florida, Taylor came back to Texas to perform for three nights at the NRG Stadium in Houston.

Taylor will continue her North American tour up until August 9; however, she has yet to release dates for an international tour.