Taylor Swift debuted ‘No Body No Crime’ from her album ‘Evermore’ with Haim at the first night of the ‘Eras’ Tour last night in Seattle while wearing a glittery bronze dress that is rarely seen on stage in this tour. The song replaced ‘Tis the Damn Season’ on the set list in order to accommodate the surprise song.
Swift is known to bring surprise guests to her shows to perform tracks that they have collaborated with in the past, but there was no surprise guest last night to which the crowd cheered enthusiastically as it meant more solo stage time with Swift. She then performed ‘Everything Has Changed’, a song she collaborated on with Ed Sheeran from 2012’s ‘Red’ which she has not performed for a decade. She also played ‘This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things’ for the first time on the Era’s tour, as the two surprise acoustic songs for the show.
Taylor Swift united all her Pacific Northwest Swiftie fans last night at Lumen Field where she played night one of her Eras Tour. As one of only two shows in the entire northwest region, this highly anticipated, sold out show brought crowds surrounding the exterior of the stadium as seen in other shows in this 40+ show tour.
Swift did not disappoint the crowd with three hours of nonstop performances complete with scene, outfit and instrument changes. She sang the vast majority of each track live – a near impossible feat as her longest break the entire night was during a two minute guitar solo for her to complete an outfit quick change. Swift squeezed every minute and every moment of her show to deliver a spectacular performance to her fans in order to maximize performance time given her extensive discography.
Gracie Abrams opened the show with ‘Good Riddance’ followed by ‘I Miss You I’m Sorry’ as well as ‘Where Do We Go Now’. Followed by Haim with ‘Now I’m in It’, ‘ My Song 5’, ‘Want You Back’ and ‘Gasoline’. Abrams and Haim will be joining for the last leg of the tour in the United States moving down the West Coast.
Swift has one more night to play before she finishes up the domestic leg of The Eras Tour in California. Shows are scheduled in Santa Clara for July 28 and 29, with Los Angeles being the final destination August 3rd through the 5th, and new shows added for August 7th to the 9th.