After five years, Taylor Swift has returned to touring and it is absolutely spectacular. 


During Swift’s US leg of The Eras Tour, she stopped in Arlington, Texas for three nights of wonder. She is also the first artist to sell out the AT&T Stadium three consecutive nights with 213, 607 attendees in total. 


From the moment I stepped into the venue, I had to hold back tears and watching her come out with “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” was unreal. Fans were screaming, dancing and singing every lyric. 


Swift transformed the stadium into a home as she played songs from each era. She started out with Lover and after three-hours she closed the night with her latest album, Midnights. The amount of stamina it takes to perform for three-hours is unmatched and to keep the crowd engaged throughout every era is truly magical. 


One of the most powerful moments was when Swift sang “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)” during her Red era. Swifties sang in awe as she delivered one of the most emotional performances of the night. 


As Taylor entered her Folklore era, she sat on a piano and took her in-ears out to hear the crowd. You could see the gratitude she had towards the fans for showing up and supporting her, there were definitely tears shed throughout the venue. 


At each tour stop, Taylor sings two surprise songs off of the setlist. On night one in Arlington, she sang “Sad Beautiful Tragic (Taylor’s Version)” and “Ours”. Each song felt so intimate even in front of a crowd of over 70,000 fans. It was as if she was singing directly to you. 


I’ve been a Swiftie for what seems like forever and to finally see Taylor live is something I will never forget. She gave her all in every performance and I didn’t sit down once because I didn’t want to miss a single moment. The way Taylor made a three-hours set feel like thirty-minutes is astonishing. 


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