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Taylor Swift leaves fans ‘gasping in shock’ with surprise songs at first UK Eras Tour show

Taylor Swift made her first UK stop on The Eras Tour in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she will perform for three nights and surprise fans with surprising songs

Taylor Swift surprises fans with two new song mashups on the first night of three shows in Edinburgh(David Fisher/REX/Shutterstock)

Taylor Swift has brought The Eras Tour to Britain and surprised fans in Edinburgh with surprising songs.

The pop star has entered the UK for the international leg of her Eras Tour, which kicked off in Paris on May 9 with rock band Paramore as support act for the European stops. Her first stop in the British section was Edinburgh, Scotland. She performed the first of three sold-out shows at Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh from June 7 to 9.




The Eras Tour, as it is aptly named, takes fans through all the different eras of her music career her 2006 self-titled debut to the recently released The Tortured Poets Department. Nearly 73,000 fans will see Taylor perform in Edinburgh every night. Swifties were in for a treat when the Pennsylvania native surprised them with two new song combinations.

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The singer will perform 15 shows in Britain for The Eras Tour(FATHER)

Taylor added two unexpected mashups of previous songs that excited some fans and left others confused by the decision. During the first night, June 7, Taylor played a guitar mashup of Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve from Midnights 3am Edition and 1989’s I Know Places. The second was a piano mashup of ‘Tis the Damn Season from Evermore and Daglicht from Lover.

Swifties took to social media to share their feelings about these surprising medleys. One fan wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter: “Edinburgh won so hard.” A second fan said: “This is the best combination of surprise songs ever. Unbeatable.” Another said: “As a great American philosopher once said, this song selection has really gotten out of hand.” A fourth fan said: she’s just shuffling her discography because these combinations don’t make sense”

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