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Evanescence to Celebrate 20 Years of ‘Fallen’ on 2023 Australian Tour

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Arkansas hard rock band Evanescence will be celebrating 20 years of their debut album, Fallen , at venues around Australia in August 2023. The US fivesome will perform hits such as ‘Bring Me to Life’, ‘Going Under’ and ‘My Immortal’ at venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.

Led by vocalist Amy Lee, Evanescence released Fallen via the indie label Wind-up Records in March 2003. The album reached number one on Australia’s ARIA albums chart and the UK albums chart. It made it to number three on the US Billboard 200 and has subsequently gained diamond accreditation in the US, denoting sales in excess of ten million.

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Fallen has sold more than 420,000 copies in Australia, earning it 6x-platinum accreditation. Lee and co.’s debut album was the fifteenth highest-selling album in Australia 2003, and the band have toured the country a handful of times since its release.

Their most recent visit was in February 2018 following the release of 2017’s Synthesis, Evanescence’s fourth album. Lee and her bandmates – guitarists Troy McLawhorn and Tim McCord and drummer Will Hunt – released their fifth album, The Bitter Truth , in 2021. The album debuted at number three on the ARIA albums chart.

The band, which also includes touring bass player Emma Anzai, will perform highlights from Fallen along with a career-spanning best of set at all dates on the upcoming Australian tour. Tickets go on sale at 9am local time on Thursday, 1st June. Details below.

Evanescence Fallen 20th Anniversary Tour 2023

  • Thursday, 24th August – Riverstage, Brisbane QLD
  • Saturday, 26th August – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • Monday, 28th August – AEC Theatre, Adelaide SA
  • Wednesday, 30th August – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne VIC
  • Saturday, 2nd September – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth WA

Tickets on sale 9am (local) on Thursday, 1st June via Destroy All Lines . Sign up for pre-sale access here – pre-sales begin at 9am local time on Wednesday, 31st May.

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Multiple Grammy wins and two decades on, the debut album  Fallen  from American rockers  EVANESCENCE  remains one of the most influential albums of the turn of the century. A critical and commercial triumph, fans can now witness highlights from the gothic beauty of the 2003 debut release and a career spanning set of fan favourites this year, with  EVANESCENCE  thrilled to announce their return to Australia this August and September celebrating 20 years of  Fallen .

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Starting life when  EVANESCENCE  vocalist Amy Lee and co-founder Ben Moody began writing and recording songs in the mid 90s, 2003’s  Fallen  would go on to score five nominations at the 2004 Grammy Awards, winning Best Hard Rock Performance and Best New Artist, with the album’s symphonic and delicate ballad  My Immortal  also scoring an additional nomination at the Grammy Awards the following year.

Hitting the top 10 charts in multiple countries upon its release, including Australia and a #1 in the UK,  Fallen  sold 10 million copies in the US alone, with over 17 million copies sold worldwide and officially reaching diamond certification in late 2022.

Fallen’s  lush and gloomy beauty memorably blended symphonic elements with goth, rock, metal and hooks aplenty, while also garnering significant attention for lead singles  Bring Me to Life, Going Under, My Immortal  and  Everybody’s Fool . And while the album has gone on to be included in the likes of Rolling Stone’s ‘The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time’ and praise lauded for Lee’s macabre tinge that set the band apart from their nu metal contemporaries at the time,  Fallen  also ultimately set the scene for a long-term legacy from the Arkansas-hailing group, who are now in command of five studio albums including 2021’s powerful and intimate outing  The Bitter Truth  which debuted at #3 on the ARIA chart, which marked the band’s highest debut in 15 years.

Following multiple worldwide tours,  The Open Door  followed  Fallen ’s footsteps, going on to sell more than five million copies, before the self-titled  Evanescence  in 2011 debuted at #1 on the ARIA album chart and Billboard Chart.  EVANESCENCE  went down both very new and familiar paths for their fourth and most ambitious release to date,  Synthesis,  in 2017 alongside a worldwide  Synthesis Live  tour combining their intense live performances and timeless songwriting with a powerful live orchestra, before unveiling  The Bitter Truth  in 2021, hitting the top 10 of multiple international album charts and marking itself on multiple Best of 2021 release lists worldwide.

Renowned for their enamouring live show as much as they are for their haunting, potent and visceral material, this marks the band’s first Australian tour since their sublime run with local symphony orchestras in 2018 so get set to revisit the album that started it all and beyond when  EVANESCENCE  return to our shores to celebrate 20 years of  Fallen .

Tickets won’t last long for these incredible shows, secure your spot today!

Early Bird Pre-Sale Tickets On Sale: Tuesday 30 May @ 9am local time Sign up to access early bird pre-sale tickets –  https://daltours.cc/eva23 General tickets on sale: Thursday 1 June @ 9am local time Tickets from  www.destroyalllines.com  or  www.teglive.com.au

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Evanescence to Celebrate 20 Years of ‘Fallen’ on 2023 Australian Tour

Arkansas hard rock band Evanescence will be celebrating 20 years of their debut album, Fallen , at venues around Australia in August 2023. The US fivesome will perform hits such as ‘Bring Me to Life’, ‘Going Under’ and ‘My Immortal’ at venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.

Led by vocalist Amy Lee, Evanescence released Fallen via the indie label Wind-up Records in March 2003. The album reached number one on Australia’s ARIA albums chart and the UK albums chart. It made it to number three on the US Billboard 200 and has subsequently gained diamond accreditation in the US, denoting sales in excess of ten million.

Evanescence – ‘Everybody’s Fool’

Fallen has sold more than 420,000 copies in Australia, earning it 6x-platinum accreditation. Lee and co.’s debut album was the fifteenth highest-selling album in Australia 2003, and the band have toured the country a handful of times since its release.

Their most recent visit was in February 2018 following the release of 2017’s Synthesis, Evanescence’s fourth album. Lee and her bandmates – guitarists Troy McLawhorn and Tim McCord and drummer Will Hunt – released their fifth album, The Bitter Truth , in 2021. The album debuted at number three on the ARIA albums chart.

The band, which also includes touring bass player Emma Anzai, will perform highlights from Fallen along with a career-spanning best of set at all dates on the upcoming Australian tour. Tickets go on sale at 9am local time on Thursday, 1st June. Details below.

Evanescence Fallen 20th Anniversary Tour 2023

Thursday, 24th August – Riverstage, Brisbane QLD

Saturday, 26th August – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Monday, 28th August – AEC Theatre, Adelaide SA

Wednesday, 30th August – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne VIC

Saturday, 2nd September – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth WA

Tickets on sale 9am (local) on Thursday, 1st June via Destroy All Lines . Sign up for pre-sale access here – pre-sales begin at 9am local time on Wednesday, 31st May.

Further Reading

Evanescence Announce Free Livestream Concert Hosted By Alice Cooper

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Evanescence Announce 20 Years of Fallen Australian Tour

Posted on May 24, 2023 by Ricky Aarons

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“Wake me up!”  You better wipe the dust from your eyes this morning ’cause you’re going to want to get a whiff of this one. Iconic rockers Evanescence have announced an Australian tour for this August and September across five cities – yes, including Perth ( Coldplay wasn’t enough??)

Destroy All Lines   and TEG MJR are presenting the nostalgic tour of a lifetime. Evanescence will celebrate 20 years of seminal record Fallen as well as playing highlight tracks from across their career, including breakthrough album Fallen – celebrating 20 years! This is going to be a very special tour. From singles like ‘ My Immortal ‘ and ‘ Bring Me To Life ‘, Amy Lee  and the band are going to bring you back to the turn of the century era.

The 28-year old band have certainly spun up a career like no other with countless records, award-winning singles and endless world tours. You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity.

Words by  Ricky Aarons ( @rickysaul90 )

General tickets on sale on Thursday 1 June @ 9am local time

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Thursday 24 August Riverstage Brisbane

Saturday 26 August Qudos Bank Arena Sydney

Monday 28 August AEC Theatre Adelaide

Wednesday 30 August Rod Laver Arena Melbourne

Saturday 2 September Red Hill Auditorium Perth

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Evanescence announce 2023 Australian tour

Multiple Grammy wins and two decades on, the debut album Fallen from American rockers EVANESCENCE remains one of the most influential albums of the turn of the century. A critical and commercial triumph, fans can now witness highlights from the gothic beauty of the 2003 debut release and a career spanning set of fan favourites this year, with EVANESCENCE thrilled to announce their return to Australia this August and September celebrating 20 years of Fallen .   Starting life when EVANESCENCE vocalist Amy Lee and co-founder Ben Moody began writing and recording songs in the mid 90s, 2003’s Fallen would go on to score five nominations at the 2004 Grammy Awards, winning Best Hard Rock Performance and Best New Artist, with the album’s symphonic and delicate ballad My Immortal also scoring an additional nomination at the Grammy Awards the following year.   Hitting the top 10 charts in multiple countries upon its release, including Australia and a #1 in the UK, Fallen sold 10 million copies in the US alone, with over 17 million copies sold worldwide and officially reaching diamond certification in late 2022.   Fallen’s lush and gloomy beauty memorably blended symphonic elements with goth, rock, metal and hooks aplenty, while also garnering significant attention for lead singles Bring Me to Life, Going Under, My Immortal and Everybody’s Fool . And while the album has gone on to be included in the likes of Rolling Stone’s ‘The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time’ and praise lauded for Lee’s macabre tinge that set the band apart from their nu metal contemporaries at the time, Fallen also ultimately set the scene for a long-term legacy from the Arkansas-hailing group, who are now in command of five studio albums including 2021’s powerful and intimate outing The Bitter Truth which debuted at #3 on the ARIA chart, which marked the band’s highest debut in 15 years.   Following multiple worldwide tours, The Open Door followed Fallen ’s footsteps, going on to sell more than five million copies, before the self-titled Evanescence in 2011 debuted at #1 on the ARIA album chart and Billboard Chart. EVANESCENCE went down both very new and familiar paths for their fourth and most ambitious release to date, Synthesis, in 2017 alongside a worldwide Synthesis Live tour combining their intense live performances and timeless songwriting with a powerful live orchestra, before unveiling The Bitter Truth in 2021, hitting the top 10 of multiple international album charts and marking itself on multiple Best of 2021 release lists worldwide.   Renowned for their enamouring live show as much as they are for their haunting, potent and visceral material, this marks the band’s first Australian tour since their sublime run with local symphony orchestras in 2018 so get set to revisit the album that started it all and beyond when EVANESCENCE return to our shores to celebrate 20 years of Fallen .

Tickets won’t last long for these incredible shows, secure your spot today!

Early Bird Pre-Sale Tickets On Sale: Tuesday 30 May @ 9am local time Sign up to access early bird pre-sale tickets – https://daltours.cc/eva23 General tickets on sale: Thursday 1 June @ 9am local time Tickets from www.destroyalllines.com or www.teglive.com.au

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Multiple Grammy wins and two decades on, the debut album  Fallen  from American rockers  EVANESCENCE  remains one of the most influential albums of the turn of the century. A critical and commercial triumph, fans can now witness highlights from the gothic beauty of the 2003 debut release and a career spanning set of fan favourites this year, with  EVANESCENCE  thrilled to announce their return to Australia this August and September celebrating 20 years of  Fallen .

(Yes – Perth is included) Starting life when  EVANESCENCE  vocalist Amy Lee and co-founder Ben Moody began writing and recording songs in the mid 90s, 2003’s  Fallen  would go on to score five nominations at the 2004 Grammy Awards, winning Best Hard Rock Performance and Best New Artist, with the album’s symphonic and delicate ballad  My Immortal  also scoring an additional nomination at the Grammy Awards the following year. Hitting the top 10 charts in multiple countries upon its release, including Australia and a #1 in the UK,  Fallen  sold 10 million copies in the US alone, with over 17 million copies sold worldwide and officially reaching diamond certification in late 2022. Fallen’s  lush and gloomy beauty memorably blended symphonic elements with goth, rock, metal and hooks aplenty, while also garnering significant attention for lead singles  Bring Me to Life, Going Under, My Immortal  and  Everybody’s Fool . And while the album has gone on to be included in the likes of Rolling Stone’s ‘The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time’ and praise lauded for Lee’s macabre tinge that set the band apart from their nu metal contemporaries at the time,  Fallen  also ultimately set the scene for a long-term legacy from the Arkansas-hailing group, who are now in command of five studio albums including 2021’s powerful and intimate outing  The Bitter Truth  which debuted at #3 on the ARIA chart, which marked the band’s highest debut in 15 years. Following multiple worldwide tours,  The Open Door  followed  Fallen ’s footsteps, going on to sell more than five million copies, before the self-titled  Evanescence  in 2011 debuted at #1 on the ARIA album chart and Billboard Chart.  EVANESCENCE  went down both very new and familiar paths for their fourth and most ambitious release to date,  Synthesis,  in 2017 alongside a worldwide  Synthesis Live  tour combining their intense live performances and timeless songwriting with a powerful live orchestra, before unveiling  The Bitter Truth  in 2021, hitting the top 10 of multiple international album charts and marking itself on multiple Best of 2021 release lists worldwide. Renowned for their enamouring live show as much as they are for their haunting, potent and visceral material, this marks the band’s first Australian tour since their sublime run with local symphony orchestras in 2018 so get set to revisit the album that started it all and beyond when  EVANESCENCE  return to our shores to celebrate 20 years of  Fallen . Tickets won’t last long for these incredible shows, secure your spot today!

Early Bird Pre-Sale Tickets On Sale: Tuesday 30 May @ 9am local time Sign up to access early bird pre-sale tickets –  https://daltours.cc/eva23 General tickets on sale: Thursday 1 June @ 9am local time Tickets from  www.destroyalllines.com  or  www.teglive.com.au

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Multiple Grammy wins and two decades on, the debut album Fallen from American rockers EVANESCENCE remains one of the most influential albums of the turn of the century. A critical and commercial triumph, fans can now witness highlights from the gothic beauty of the 2003 debut release and a career spanning set of fan favourites this year, with EVANESCENCE thrilled to announce their return to Australia this August and September celebrating 20 years of Fallen .

Starting life when EVANESCENCE vocalist Amy Lee and co-founder Ben Moody began writing and recording songs in the mid 90s, 2003’s Fallen would go on to score five nominations at the 2004 Grammy Awards, winning Best Hard Rock Performance and Best New Artist, with the album’s symphonic and delicate ballad My Immortal also scoring an additional nomination at the Grammy Awards the following year. Hitting the top 10 charts in multiple countries upon its release, including Australia and a #1 in the UK, Fallen sold 10 million copies in the US alone, with over 17 million copies sold worldwide and officially reaching diamond certification in late 2022. Fallen’s lush and gloomy beauty memorably blended symphonic elements with goth, rock, metal and hooks aplenty, while also garnering significant attention for lead singles Bring Me to Life, Going Under, My Immortal and Everybody’s Fool . And while the album has gone on to be included in the likes of Rolling Stone’s ‘The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time’ and praise lauded for Lee’s macabre tinge that set the band apart from their nu metal contemporaries at the time, Fallen also ultimately set the scene for a long-term legacy from the Arkansas-hailing group, who are now in command of five studio albums including 2021’s powerful and intimate outing The Bitter Truth which debuted at #3 on the ARIA chart, which marked the band’s highest debut in 15 years. Following multiple worldwide tours, The Open Door followed Fallen ’s footsteps, going on to sell more than five million copies, before the self-titled Evanescence in 2011 debuted at #1 on the ARIA album chart and Billboard Chart. EVANESCENCE went down both very new and familiar paths for their fourth and most ambitious release to date, Synthesis, in 2017 alongside a worldwide Synthesis Live tour combining their intense live performances and timeless songwriting with a powerful live orchestra, before unveiling The Bitter Truth in 2021, hitting the top 10 of multiple international album charts and marking itself on multiple Best of 2021 release lists worldwide.

Renowned for their enamouring live show as much as they are for their haunting, potent and visceral material, this marks the band’s first Australian tour since their sublime run with local symphony orchestras in 2018 so get set to revisit the album that started it all and beyond when EVANESCENCE return to our shores to celebrate 20 years of Fallen . Tickets won’t last long for these incredible shows, secure your spot today!

Early Bird Pre-Sale Tickets On Sale: Tuesday 30 May @ 9am local time Sign up to access early bird pre-sale tickets – https://daltours.cc/eva23 General tickets on sale: Thursday 1 June @ 9am local time Tickets from www.destroyalllines.com or www.teglive.com.au

Presented By Destroy All Lines, TEG MJR and Triple M EVANESCENCE AUSTRALIAN TOUR CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF FALLEN PERFORMING HIGHLIGHTS FROM FALLEN & CAREER SPANNING SET TOUR DATES: THURSDAY 24 AUGUST – RIVERSTAGE, BRISBANE SATURDAY 26 AUGUST – QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY MONDAY 28 AUGUST – AEC THEATRE, ADELAIDE WEDNESDAY 30 AUGUST – ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE SATURDAY 2 SEPTEMBER – RED HILL AUDITORIUM, PERTH General tickets on sale: Thursday 1 June @ 9am local time Tickets from www.destroyalllines.com or www.teglive.com.au

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Spotify has honored Taylor Swift and her record-breaking Eras Tour by creating a playlist with songs from its official set list.

Swift is currently on the European leg of her highly lucrative tour , which last year became the first to break the $1 billion barrier.

Following a break after dates in Asia and Australia, Swift restarted the tour in Paris on May 9, where she introduced a new set list to include songs from her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department (TTPD) , released on April 19.

Now Spotify has shared the new tour set list, with the playlist containing 44 songs, amounting to approximately three hours. The tracks range from "Cruel Summer" belonging to her Lover album to "Down Bad" from TTPD .

So far, the Eras Tour has been divided into the singer-songwriter's 10 different "eras," each signifying one of her albums. Swift has been known to add surprise songs to each concert, which the playlist doesn't include.

News of the playlist was shared to X, formerly Twitter , by user @thisisvertrying. The account shared a screenshot of the playlist alongside the caption : "you don't see spotify themselves doing this for any other tour."

Newsweek emailed Swift's publicist and Spotify for comment Thursday.

When Swift kicked off the European leg of her tour in Paris she made various changes to the set, including new outfit changes and the addition of seven new tracks from TTPD . These songs are "But Daddy I Love Him," "So High School," "Who's Afraid Of Little Old Me?," "Down Bad," "Fortnight (Feat. Post Malone)," "The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived," and "I Can Do It With A Broken Heart."

To make room for these songs, Swift had to cut others from her already long set list. These include "The Archer," "The Last Great American Dynasty," "The 1," "'Tis the Damn Season," and "Tolerate It."

The singer-songwriter holds a range of records on Spotify, including becoming the first person to have five albums each with over 7 billion streams on the streaming service. In March, she became the first woman to have 10 solo singles get more than 1 billion streams on Spotify and, as of May 2024, she is the most-streamed artist of all time on the platform.

Within hours of TTPD being released the album started smashing streaming records, including becoming Spotify's most-streamed album in one day, with 300 million streams in 24 hours, the provider revealed on its social media.

Swift has had a phenomenal year since she started the Eras Tour in March 2023. It became the highest-grossing live music tour long before it hit the halfway point of its 152 shows worldwide. The tour has seen unprecedented demand and is set to conclude in December 2024.

After completing the European leg of her tour in the middle of August, she will make a few last-minute appearances in American cities including Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis.

She's scheduled to end her tour in Canada, with multiple shows in November and December. The tour is expected to conclude on December 8 in Vancouver, five days before her 35th birthday on December 13.

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2024 has already been a mammoth year for new music in Australia, with fans treated to new albums from some of the biggest stars both at home and abroad. Thankfully, the busy release schedule has translated to an equally stacked touring calendar, as the first half of 2024 alone saw everyone from SZA to Fred Again.. and Bring Me The Horizon head Down Under for unmissable shows. Find more info on 2024 concerts and tours in Australia here.

As the upcoming year proves, these acts were merely a taste of the greatness yet to come. If you thought this year’s touring calendar was bustling, then it’s time to purchase a new diary, with hot-ticket events filling out much of 2025. From the massive stadium tours of international pop acts to the long-awaited return of star-studded festivals, here’s our rolling list of all the biggest concerts, tours and fests hitting Australia throughout 2025.

Here are the concerts, tours and festivals coming to Australia in 2025:

You Me At Six Dates: January 24 – January 31

In what will mark their final Australian tour, beloved British rockers You Me At Six will bring their farewell tour to Brisbane , Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. News of the two-date run comes off the announcement of You Me At Six’s split after 20 years as a band, and fans will get their final fix with a decades-spanning, two-hour setlist.Holding Absence will join You Me At Six for their Australian shows.

Find tickets for You Me At Six’s 2025 Australia tour here.

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Childish Gambino: The New World Tour Dates: February 1 – February 11

Fresh off the surprise release of ‘Atavista’ – a reimagination of his 2020 album ‘ 3.15.20.’  – Childish Gambino has locked in a string of Australian shows for February. Joined on all dates by Amaarae , Donald Glover will perform at Brisbane Entertainment Centre (February 1), Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena (February 4) and Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne (February 7 and 8), concluding the run on February 11 at Perth’s RAC Arena.

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Find tickets for Childish Gambino’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD): Greatest Hits Australia Tour Dates: February 12 – February 23

Heading Down Under for the first time since 1987, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark will make their triumphant return in February. Celebrating their 45th anniversary, the electro-synth band’s seven-date tour will include a career-spanning setlist of both their ’80s hits and tracks from their most recent album, ‘Bauhaus Staircase’.

OMD kick off the tour at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium on February 12, before two back-to-back shows at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney from February 15. OMD will then take to Adelaide Entertainment Centre on February 18, ahead of two sets at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre on February 20 and February 21. The final tour date is slated for February 23 at Brisbane’s Fortitude Music Hall.

Find tickets for Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Billie Eilish: Hit Me Hard and Soft: The Tour Dates: February 18 – March 8

Fresh off her critically acclaimed third album ‘ Hit Me Hard and Soft ’, Billie Eilish will bring the namesake tour to Australia throughout February and March 2025. The anti-pop prodigy will perform three shows at Brisbane Entertainment Centre from February 18 to February 21, before embarking on a four-date run at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena from February 24 to February 28. Eilish rounds out her Australian tour with four shows at Melbourne’s ​Rod Laver Arena from March 4 to March 8.

The tour is sold out, but you can find info on Billie Eilish’s 2025 Australia tour here .

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Chris Stapleton: Chris Stapleton’s All-American Roadshow Goes Down Under Dates: February 25 – March 7

Chris Stapleton ’s debut Australian tour kicks off at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena with back-to-back shows from February 25, with additional dates slated for Brisbane Entertainment Centre on February 28 and March 1. Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena will then host the country star’s shows on March 4 and March 5. Stapleton’s All-American Roadshow has so far taken him to venues in Canada, the UK and the US, and comes off the back of his 2023 Grammy -nominated album, ‘Higher’. He’ll be joined on all dates by blues rocker Marcus King.

The tour is sold out, but you can find info on Chris Stapleton’s 2025 Australia tour here.

NIKI Dates: March 5 – March 13

As part of what will be her biggest headline tour to date, NIKI will embark on a four-date tour of Australia next March in support of her upcoming third studio album ‘Buzz’. While venues have not yet been announced, the Indonesian singer-songwriter has locked in dates for Perth (March 5), Brisbane (March 7), and Sydney (March 9), with a final show slated for Melbourne on March 13. ‘Buzz’, the follow-up to 2022’s ‘ Nicole ’, will arrive on August 9, and has spawned the single ‘Too Much Of A Good Thing’ .

Find info on NIKI’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Roxette: Roxette In Concert Dates: March 5 – March 16

It’s been nine years since Roxette last visited Australia, and the Swedish pop rockers are making up for lost time with a national Australian tour next March. Roxette will make their long-awaited return with a performance at Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth on March 5, before a show at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on March 7. The following two nights, the duo will take to Sydney’s ICC Theatre (March 8) and Win Entertainment Centre in Wollongong (March 9), with Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Hobart’s MyState Bank Arena rounding out the jaunt on March 11 and March 13, respectively.

Roxette’s Australian tour also includes two shows as part of A Day On The Green 2025 , where they’ll take to the festival stage for dates in the Hunter Valley (March 15) and Mount Cotton (March 16). Roxette will be joined on all dates by Boom Crash Opera , with Jon Stevens sharing the stage for their A Day On The Green sets and the Perth show.

Find tickets for Roxette’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Cigarettes After Sex: X’s World Tour Dates: March 11 – March 17

Coming in support of their upcoming third studio album ‘X’s’, Cigarettes After Sex ’s Australian tour includes dates in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. The dream pop band will take to Rod Laver Arena for two nights on March 11 and 12, before two sold-out shows at the ICC Theatre in Sydney on March 14 and 15. Cigarettes After Sex will conclude the Australian run at Brisbane Entertainment Centre on March 17. ‘X’s’ – which has so far been previewed by singles ‘Tejano Blue’ and ‘Dark Vacay’ – is set for release on July 12, 2024.

Find tickets for Cigarettes After Sex’s 2025 Australia tour here.

CMC Rocks QLD 2025 Dates: March 21 – March 23

After a mammoth 2024 edition that featured sets from the likes of Lainey Wilson, Chris Young, and Casey Barnes , CMC Rocks QLD will continue its run as Australia’s biggest country music festival with a three-day event in March. The 2025 edition will return to its home of Willowbank Raceway in Ipswich, Queensland, promising a lineup of seasoned legends, rising stars and unmissable homegrown talent. CMC Rocks’ 2025 lineup will be revealed later this year.

Find info on CMC Rocks 2025 here.

Knotfest Australia 2025

Knotfest’s 2025 edition will include a headlining performance from festival creators Slipknot, who are marking their 25th anniversary . While official dates and venues for 2025 have yet to be announced, the 2024 edition was staged in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in March with headliners Pantera , Lamb of God and Disturbed . Punters who had tickets to Knotfest 2024 will have exclusive access to the first release of tickets for Knotfest 2025, which is the festival’s third Australian edition, having made its debut Down Under in 2023 .

Stay up to date on Knotfest Australia 2025 here.

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Taylor Swift opens the Eras tour in Paris

Over a year into Taylor Swift’s Eras tour , she has found ways to keep the show fresh and new for those who have been waiting since she opened in Phoenix, Arizona in March 2023 to see her. Since the tour began in the United States last year, Swift has released two rerecorded albums —  Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)  and  1989 (Taylor’s Version)  in addition to a brand-new double album,  The Tortured Poets Department. 

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Every show on the Eras Tour involves an acoustic set where Swift performs at least two songs custom to that night’s show. At first, she wouldn’t allow herself repeats unless she messed up the lyrics to a song, but now, she has done away with that rule and gotten more creative by combining songs in mashups and playing up to four in a segment. The first song or three take place on guitar, and then she shifts to piano for the second half before diving beneath the stage to resume the setlist – which has since contracted and expanded to include a  Tortured Poets Department  era and set .

Below you’ll find Taylor Swift’s surprise songs that she has played most recently in Europe as well as a record of all those she has played on the entire tour so far.

International Leg 2024

  • February 6 — “Holy Ground” and “Dear Reader”
  • February 7 — “Eyes Open” and “Electric Touch”
  • February 8 — “Superman” and “The Outside”
  • February 9 — “Come In With the Rain” and “You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • February 16 in — “Red” and “You’re Losing Me”
  • February 17 — Mashup of “Getaway Car”/”August”/”The Other Side of the Door” and “This Is Me Trying”
  • February 18 — Mashup of “Come Back… Be Here”/”Daylight” and “Teardrops on My Guitar”February 23 in Sydney, Australia – “How You Get the Girl” and Mashup of “White Horse/Coney Island” with Sabrina Carpenter
  • February 24 — “Should’ve Said No (Naur)” and Mashup of “New Year’s Day/Peace”
  • February 25 — Mashup of “Is It Over Now/I Wish You Would” and Mashup of “Haunted/Exile”
  • February 26 — Mashup of “Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve/Ivy” and Mashup of “Forever & Always/Maroon”
  • March 2  — Mashup of “long story short/The Story of Us” and Mashup of “Clean/evermore”
  • March 3 — Mashup of “Mine/Starlight” and Mashup of “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever/Dress”
  • March 4 — Mashup of “Foolish One/Tell Me Why” and Mashup of “This Love/Call It What You Want”
  • March 7 — Mashup of “Death by a Thousand Cuts/Babe” and Mashup of “Fifteen/You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • March 8 — Mashup of “Sparks Fly/gold rush” and “False God/Slut!”
  • March 9 — Mashup of “Tim McGraw/Cowboy Like Me” and “Mirrorball/Epiphany”

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April 19 –  The Tortured Poets Department  release day

*Resuming her European tour in 2024 involved an additional set for the record-breaking   The Tortured Poets Department  complete with 7 staple songs. Most — “Fortnight (feat. Post Malone),” “Down Bad,” “But Daddy I Love Him,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?” “I Can Do It With A Broken Heart,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” from the first half and “So High School” from the second half. 

  • May 9 — “Paris” and “loml”
  • May 10 — Mashup of “Is It Over Now/Out of the Woods” and “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys”
  • May 11 — “Hey Stephen” and “Maroon”
  • May 12 — Mashup of “The Alchemy/Treacherous” and “Begin Again/Paris”
  • May 17 — Mashup of “I Think He Knows/Gorgeous” and “Peter”
  • May 18 — “Guilty as Sin” and Mashup of “Say Don’t Go/Welcome to New York/Clean”
  • May 19 — Mashup of “Message in a Bottle/How You Get the Girl/New Romantics” and “How Did It End?”
  • May 24 — Mashup of “Come Back…Be Here/The Way I Loved You/The Other Side of the Door” and Mashup of “Fresh Out the Slammer/High Infidelity”

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  • March 17 — Mirrorball” and “Tim McGraw”
  • March 18— “State of Grace” and “This Is Me Trying”
  • March 24 — “Our Song” and “Snow on the Beach” 
  • March 25 — “Cowboy Like Me” with Marcus Mumford and “White Horse”
  • March 31 — “Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “Ours”
  • April 1 — “Death by a Thousand Cuts” and “Clean”
  • April 2 — “Jump Then Fall” and “The Lucky One”
  • April 13 — “Speak Now” and “Treacherous”
  • April 14 — “The Great War” with Aaron Dessner and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • April 15— “Mad Woman” with Aaron Dessner and “Mean”
  • April 21 — “Wonderland” and “You’re Not Sorry”
  • April 22— “A Place in This World” and “Today Was a Fairytale” 
  • April 23 — “Begin Again” and “Cold as You”
  • April 28 — “The Other Side of the Door” and “Coney Island”
  • April 29 — “High Infidelity” and “Gorgeous”
  • April 30— “I Bet You Think About Me” and “How You Get the Girl”
  • May 5 in — “Sparks Fly” +  Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) Album Announcement  and “Teardrops on My Guitar”
  • May 6 — “Out of the Woods” and “Fifteen”
  • May 7— “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” with Aaron Dessner and “Mine”
  • May 12 — “Gold Rush” and “Come Back…Be Here”
  • May 13 — “Forever & Always” and “This Love”
  • May 14 — “Hey Stephen” and “The Best Day”
  • May 19  — “Should’ve Said No” and “Better Man” 
  • May 20 — “Question…?” and “Invisible” 
  • May 21 — “I Think He Knows” and “Red”
  • May 26 — “Getaway Car” with Jack Antonoff and “Maroon” 
  • May 27 — “Holy Ground” and “False God”
  • May 28 — “Welcome to New York” and “Clean”
  • June 2 in “I Wish You Would” and “The Lakes”
  • June 3 in — “You All Over Me” with Maren Morris and “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”
  • June 4 Chicago, Ill. — “Hits Different” and “The Moment I Knew”
  • June 9 — “Haunted” and “I Almost Do”
  • June 10 — “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Breathe”
  • June 16 — “Mr. Perfectly Fine” and “The Last Time”
  • June 17 — “Seven” with Aaron Dessner and “The Story of Us”
  • June 23 — “Paper Rings” and “If This Was a Movie”
  • June 24 — “Dear John” and “Daylight”
  • June 30 — “I’m Only Me When I’m With You” and “Evermore”
  • July 1— “Ivy” with Aaron Dessner, “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” with Gracie Abrams and “Call It What You Want”
  • July 7 — “Never Grow Up” and “When Emma Falls in Love”
  • July 8  — “Last Kiss” and “Dorothea”
  • July 14 — “Picture to Burn” and “Timeless”
  • July 15 — “Starlight” and “Back to December”
  • July 22 in — “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” and “Everything Has Changed”
  • July 23 — “Message in a Bottle” and “Tied Together With a Smile”
  • July 28 — “Right Where You Left Me” and “Castles Crumbling”
  • July 29 — “Stay Stay Stay” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before”
  • August 3 – “I Can See You” and “Maroon”
  • August 4 — “Our Song” and “You Are in Love”
  • August 5 — “Death By a Thousand Cuts” and “You’re On Your Own Kid”
  • August 7 —“Exile” and “Dress”
  • August 8 —“I Know Places” and “King of My Heart”
  • August 9 — “New Romantics”  + “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”Album Announcement  and “New Year’s Day”

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International Leg 2023

  • August 24 — “I Forgot That You Existed” and “Sweet Nothing”
  • August 25 — “Tell Me Why” and “Snow on the Beach”
  • August 26 — “Cornelia Street” and “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  • August 27 —“Afterglow” and “Maroon”
  • November 9 —“The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth”
  • November 10 — Cancelled Due to Rain
  • November 11 — “End Game” and Mash-Up of “Out of the Woods” & “Is It Over Now?”
  • November 12 — “Better Than Revenge” and “Slut!”
  • November 17 — “Stay Beautiful” and “Suburban Legends”
  • November 19 — “Dancing. With Our Hands Tied” and “Bigger Than the Whole Sky”
  • November 20 — “Me!” and “So It Goes”
  • Nov. 24 — “Now That We Don’t Talk” and “Innocent”
  • Nov. 25— “Safe and Sound” and “Untouchable” 
  • Nov. 25 — “Say Don’t Go” and “It’s Time to Go”

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Songs That Haven’t Been Played Yet:

From Taylor Swift (her debut album):

  • “Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)”
  • “A Perfectly Good Heart”

Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

  • “Change”
  • “Superstar”
  • “We Were Happy”
  • “That’s When (feat. Keith Urban)”
  • “Don’t You”
  • “Bye Bye Baby”

Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)

  • “Foolish One”

Red (Taylor’s Version)

  • “Girl at Home”
  • “Forever Winter”
  • “Run (feat. Ed Sheeran)”

1989 (Taylor’s Version)   –  All songs have been played at least once.

Reputation  – One of two rerecorded albums awaiting release.

  • “I Did Something Bad”
  • “London Boy”
  • “Soon You’ll Get Better (feat. The Chicks)”
  • “It’s Nice to Have a Friend”
  • “Epiphany”
  • “Hoax”
  • “Happiness”
  • “Long Story Short”
  • “Closure”
  • “Glitch”

The Tortured Poets Department

  • “So Long London”
  • “Florida!!!”
  • “I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can)”
  • “Clara Bow”
  • “The Black Dog”
  • “imgonnagetyouback”
  • The Albatross
  • “Chloe or Sam or Sophia or Marcus”
  • “I Hate It Here”
  • “thanK you aIMee”
  • “I Look in People’s Windows”
  • “The Prophecy”
  • “Cassandra”
  • “Peter”
  • “The Bolter”
  • “Robin”
  • “The Manuscript”

Grab-bag (songs not attached to specific albums):

  • “I Heart ?”
  • “Ronan”
  • “Only the Young”
  • “Renegade”
  • “The Alcott”
  • “Gasoline”
  • “Beautiful Eyes”
  • “Beautiful Ghosts”
  • “Sweeter Than Fiction”
  • “Carolina”

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Live from Paris: Taylor Swift adds 'Tortured Poets' songs to Eras Tour in France

PARIS, France — The Chairman jump-started her tour after a two-month hiatus, and anticipation was high over whether Taylor Swift would incorporate her 11th era album into the Eras Tour set at La Défense Arena on Thursday.

She did and then some.

Swift extended the set list by one track to land at 46 songs. But many changes were made along the way. She added a new era for "The Tortured Poets Department," cut a handful of songs and rearranged most of the eras including combining the sets for "Folklore" and "Evermore."

She also debuted a number of new outfits along the way.

Delivering all the updates were Bryan West, the USA TODAY Network's full-time Taylor Swift reporter, from inside La Défense Arena in Paris, with Swiftie and trending reporter Anthony Robledo assisting from his desk.

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We hereby present the minutes from the first Eras Tour meeting in Paris, France.

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'Midnights' set follows secret songs

Swift stuck to her original set list for the "Midnights" era by singing "Lavender Haze," "Anti-Hero" and "Midnight Rain." She ended the night with a triumphant rendition of "Karma" as usual.

'loml' is second secret song

Fans got one more taste of "The Tortured Poets Department" when Swift played the heartbreaking song "loml" on the piano during her secret set.

'Paris' is a secret song, of course

Swift started her secret set with "Paris," a bonus song from her "Midnights" album.

'Tortured Poets' set list

Swift played these songs from her newest album:

  • "But Daddy I Love Him"
  • "So High School"
  • "Who's Afraid of Little Old Me"
  • "Fortnight"
  • "The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived"
  • "I Can Do It with a Broken Heart"

New 'Tortured Poets' set is here

Toward the end of her show, Swift officially launched the long-awaited “The Tortured Poets Department” section of the tour after the 1989 era.

Swift performed the track “But Daddy I Love Him” off the April 19 album for her ecstatic fans while wearing a new beige dress with cursive letters.  

A road spiraled down the catwalk in an animation to initiate the era. The background animation showed a deserted road while large cages animated and fell on the road.

“Oh my god you should see your faces,” she sang.

She quickly segued into a brief moment of “So High School,” the beloved track speculated to be about her romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. She quickly performed the powerhouse anthem “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me.”

Swift switched to “Down Bad” before seamlessly transitioning into the lead single “Fortnight.” Stage production recreated an asylum that resembled the music video for the song with Post Malone, recorded harmony played concluding the song. 

Dancers entered the stage in a marching band style format playing drums as she performed the wrath-fueled song “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived.” Jan Ravnik and Kameron Saunders then revived Swift in a jazzy skit to set up “I Can Do With A Broken Heart,” where she debuted another new outfit. 

“The End” text displayed wrapping up the era that’s likely here to stay. Other beloved tracks like “Guilty As Sin” and “Florida!” did not make the cut.

New '1989' outfit

Swift never goes out of Style. During her “1989” set, she debuted a new, sequined outfit of blue and pink. Her sparkly shoes matched with a different colored heel on each. For the bridge of “Blank Space,” the crowd started chanting in Sydney, Australia, “Syd-ney” as a nod to the 1989 World Tour concert movie where Swift would chant the name of the city she was in after hitting a pole with a club two times. Singapore followed the chant and Taylor Nation tweeted they want every city to incorporate the fan-fueled chant.In Paris, thousands chanted “Par-ee,” the French way to say the capital city.

Swift made no cuts to the "1989" set.

Four songs cut from 'Folklore' and 'Evermore'

The new set list cut four tracks from the "Folklore" and "Evermore" eras:

  • "'Tis the Damn Season"
  • "Tolerate It"
  • "The Last Great American Dynasty"

The combined set included eight songs altogether and wrapped up with "Willow."

'Folkmore' set debuts

Swift revealed she merged the 2020 pandemic albums “Folklore” and “Evermore” into one section. She told fans she wrote “Folklore” to represent spring and summer with “Evermore” representing fall and winter in what she always considered sister albums.

“On the Eras Tour we have now reunited the sisters, combined them into one chapter,” she said. “You can call it whatever you want as long as you promise to sing ‘Champagne Problems’ with me.”

'Folklore' set: 'Cardigan' makes the cut

Many fans had speculated "Cardigan" would be cut from the set list. But Swift actually moved it to the top of the "Folklore" set.

Up next: 'Reputation'

Swift kicked off her fifth set with "Ready for It?"

Another surprise: 'Speak Now' era comes fourth

Swift updated her "Speak Now" set with an intro dance featuring Raphael Thomas and eight other dancers wearing flowy purple dresses. She then sang "Enchanted."

Fan favorite track "Long Live" was cut from the set list.

Order of eras changed

After a fairly routine "Fearless" set, Swift altered her concert by including the “Red” era third instead of the expected “Evermore” set. Previously, "Red" came fifth.

With a new shirt that read “This Is Not Taylor’s Version,” the singer performed "22" and showed her audience that they needed to leave any expectations at home. 

The relocated "Red" set included the same four songs: "22," "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "All Too Well (10-Minute Version)."

Beflore playing “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” Swift talked about bringing all of her favorite memories to France.She did her 2019 “Lover” live show here but hadn’t brought a tour to the country since the Speak Now World Tour 13 years ago.“I cannot thank you enough. I’m so moved," she said.

Follow along with set list changes here .

First set list change

Swift cut "The Archer" from her "Lover" set before beginning her "Fearless" set in a silver and black minidress as opposed to her classic gold one. A graphic showed her "Lover" house with a new addition in the attic for "The Tortured Poets Department." Her "Fearless" set remained the same with "Fearless," "You Belong With Me" and "Love Story."

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'Je m'appelle Taylor'

In her monologue before playing the song "Lover," Swift said the night would span 18 years of music. Previously, the concert covered 16 years. Get ready for a "The Tortured Poets Department" addition some time tonight.

She confirmed the tour would still go era by era, and also spoke about how Paramore is a band she idolized since she was a teenager. She ended with some French: "Je m'appelle Taylor."

First new outfit

Swift debuted a new, orange bodysuit and jacket for the "Lover" set.

Snippet of 'Tortured Poets' in intro

A snippet of the song "The Tortured Poets Department" was included in the intro music Swift kicks the concert off with. Is she foreshadowing other changes ahead? It seems likely.

Taylor Swift takes the stage

Swift took the stage about 8 p.m. in Paris (2 p.m. ET) to relaunch her Eras Tour in Europe. She kicked it off with a countdown clock and the Lesley Gore song "You Don't Own Me" as usual. Then she began her "Lover" set with "Miss Americana."

Paramore covers Blondie, Talking Heads in Paris set list

At the Paris show Thursday, Paramore energized fans with eight tracks including their cover off the upcoming “Stop Making Sense” tribute album out May 17 featuring artists like Miley Cyrus and Lorde.

Debuting a blond mullet, lead singer Hayley Williams encouraged fans to dance without fear of judgment ahead of Swift’s performance.

“Enjoy your time with Miss Taylor, we will see you next time,” Williams said. 

Paramore's set list included:

  • "Hard Times"
  • "Burning Down the House" (Talking Heads cover) 
  • "Caught in the Middle"
  • “Brick by Boring Brick”
  • “The Only Exception”
  • “That’s What You Get”
  • “Ain't It Fun”
  • “This Is Why”

Paramore begins their set

At about 6:45 p.m. in Paris (12:45 p.m. ET), Paramore began their set, officially restarting the second year of the historic Eras Tour. Lead singer Hayley Williams sported a new, blond mullet hairdo.

Paramore opens European leg of Eras Tour

The American rock band is joining Swift on her European leg of 51 shows. Paramore also opened the show for two nights in Glendale, Arizona, in 2023. Their setlist then included nine songs:

  • "This Is Why"
  • "That’s What You Get"
  • "The Only Exception"
  • "Still Into You"
  • "Rose-Colored Boy"
  • "Misery Business"
  • "Ain’t It Fun"

Where to watch the Eras Tour livestreams

The Eras Tour is one of the first tours that has been followed, globally, by thousands of fans on digital platforms. Fans dedicate part of their concert experience to livestreaming as Swift performs. Livestream Queen Tess Bohne has spearheaded the "Great War" to find fans going live on social media and broadcasting a custom show to tens of thousands of fans almost every night on her account @tessdear .

On YouTube, user @TaylorSwiftHockeyBro also livestreams the 3-hour show, and on Twitch, @folkleric is a host fans follow.

There is also an app, Swift Alert , that notifies fans who only want to watch certain eras like the acoustic, surprise set. The app also sends out push alerts if there are any major announcements.

What secret songs are left?

For the past 83 shows, Swift has had an acoustic set she customizes every stop with a guitar and piano performance. In 2024, the Eras Tour star added mash-ups of her songs for each stop. Here are the songs she has yet to perform:

  • "Taylor Swift" (debut album): "Mary's Song" and "A Perfectly Good Heart"
  • "Fearless": "The Way I Loved You," "Change," "Superstar," "We Were Happy," "That's When," "Don't You" and "Bye Bye Baby"
  • "Red": "Girl At Home," "Ronan," "Forever Winter" and "Run"
  • "1989": "Sweeter Than Fiction"
  • "Reputation": "I Did Something Bad"
  • "Lover": "London Boy," "Soon You'll Get Better" and "It's Nice to Have a Friend"
  • "Folklore": "Hoax"
  • "Evermore": "Happiness" and "Closure"
  • "Midnights": "Paris" and "Glitch"
  • "The Tortured Poets Department": all 31 tracks

Bienvenue dans le 'Eras Tour'

Welcome to the Eras Tour (France's Version). Swift is kicking off her 3-plus-hour concert from La Défense Arena in the Jardins de l’Arche district. The venue is Europe’s largest indoor arena and houses the Racing 92 rugby club. More than 40,000 fans will watch the concert, according to the stadium's website.

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