Taylor Swift Celebrates
July 10, 2024, 5:20 a.m.

Taylor Swift Celebrates 113th Eras Tour Performance with Special Acoustic Set

Taylor Swift recently celebrated a significant milestone—her 113th concert—on her record-breaking Eras Tour. On Tuesday, July 9, Zurich became the latest European city to host the pop superstar, who performed the first of two nights at the Letzigrund Stadium. This event marked Taylor Swift's inaugural concert in Switzerland during her illustrious 18-year career.

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Taylor Swift's Unique Acoustic Set Celebrates Her 113th Show

During her acoustic set, in which she performs songs unique to each Eras Tour date, Taylor Swift highlighted the significance of the Zurich concert. “This is actually our 113th show of the Eras Tour, and that is my favorite number, which I rarely mention,” she humorously told the audience. “I thought, since it is my favorite number, I would perform some of my favorite songs for the acoustic section.”

Swift then delighted the crowd with a mashup of “Right Where You Left Me” from Evermore and “All You Had To Do Was Stay” from 1989.

Commemorating the Release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version)

This performance also marked just over a year since the release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), the re-recorded version of her classic 2010 album. Additionally, the date held particular significance in Taylor Swift's discography. On the Speak Now track “Last Kiss,” Swift sings: “That July 9th / the beat of your heart / It jumps through your shirt / I can still feel your arms.”

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“Happy July 9th to those who celebrate,” Taylor Swift remarked during her acoustic set, before performing a mashup of “Last Kiss” and “Sad Beautiful Tragic” on the piano.

Personal Highlights and Future Tour Dates

At her previous tour stop in Amsterdam, the “Blank Space” singer was accompanied by her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce. Kelce appeared to become emotional when she performed an acoustic mashup that referenced his jersey number, 87. On Taylor Swift’s final night in Amsterdam, the couple was seen leaving the Dutch stadium hand-in-hand, waving to the cheering crowd.

The “Fortnight” artist will conclude her stay in Zurich with a second performance tomorrow night before heading to Milan this weekend. She will wrap up the European leg of her tour with a five-night engagement in London in August.

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Taylor Swift's ability to create memorable experiences for her fans through thoughtful song choices and personal touches continues to solidify her legacy as one of the most influential performers of her generation. Her 113th Eras Tour performance in Zurich is a testament to her enduring popularity and artistic prowess.

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