On Nov. 1, 2022, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift announced her latest tour, which is henceforth known as The Eras Tour. Marking over 15 years since her first-ever album, The Eras tour will transport attendees through several musical eras of the 32-year-old’s illustrious career. Swift’s discography spans multiple genres — ranging from country and folk to synth-pop and country pop — and her lyrics often convey difficult emotions and scenarios, such as heartbreak, loss, grief, and sorrow. After the announcement was made, Swift’s social media following immediately went crazy for the opportunity to see the superstar live — whether it be the first time or the fifth time.
Swift hasn’t been on tour since 2018 when she performed songs from her album Reputation. Sadly, she was supposed to tour in 2020, but unforeseen circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic meant that her stadium performances to promote Lover were canceled. Following the immense success of her studio albums Folklore and Evermore, Swift — during her hiatus from touring — has released three more studio albums in Midnight and deluxe re-recordings of Fearless and Red.