Taylor Swift is arriving in Brazil with the highly anticipated tour “The Eras Tour”. The show, which has already been to Las Vegas, Chicago, Buenos Aires and several other cities across North America, promises surprises and certainties for the Brazilian public.
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As far as certainties are concerned, we can expect a setlist divided into the singer’s famous “eras” (phases marked by different aesthetics and sounds depending on each album), with hits like “Lover”, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “Anti-Hero” moving the faithful Brazilian public. Tickets for the shows in Brazil sold out in just over an hour for the performances on the 17th, 18th and 19th in Rio de Janeiro, and the 24th, 25th and 26th of November in São Paulo.
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In terms of surprises, the singer has separated exclusive songs for each performance, such as “”Slut!” (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)”, “The Very First Night (Taylor’s Version)”, “Labyrinth” and “Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)” being played live for the first time in Buenos Aires.
Understand Taylor Swift’s “Ages”
Taylor Swift (2006-2008): Their self-titled debut album featured country and songs about high school and teenage relationships. (Photo: Disclosure)
Fearless (2008-2010): An album that consolidated his position in the country music scene and included some of his biggest hits to date. During this “era”, Swift also began to gain recognition outside of country. (Photo: Disclosure)
Speak Now (2010-2012): Album where for the first time all the songs were written by Taylor Swift. Still mixing country and pop genres, the release achieved critical and public success. (Photo: Reproduction)
Red (2012-2014): Phase that marked a transition to a more pop sound, incorporating elements of electronic music. The album explored a variety of emotions and themes such as relationships and growing up. (Photo: Disclosure)
1989 (2014-2016): A complete shift to synth pop, abandoning country, this album was a huge commercial success and included some of their most iconic singles. (Photo: Disclosure)
Reputation (2017-2018): A darker, pop-oriented album, with an emphasis on narratives about his personal life, fame and the media. (Photo: Disclosure)
Lover (2019-2020): Returning to softer and more romantic elements, with a more eclectic and diverse sound. (Photo: Reproduction)
Folklore (2020): A notable departure for a softer indie-folk style released during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: Disclosure)
Evermore (2020): Released surprisingly shortly after “Folklore”, it continues in the indie-folk vein and explores similar themes. (Photo: Disclosure)
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See Brazil’s likely setlist for “The Eras Tour”
The information was selected according to the most recent show outside Brazil, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince
You Need to Calm Down
You Belong With Me
’tis the damn season
…Ready for It?
Don’t Blame Me
Look What You Made Me Do
Red – Intro
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
I Knew You Were Trouble
All Too Well
the last great american dynasty
my tears ricochet
Shake It Off
Possible “surprise” songs
Is It Over Now?
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