Taylor Swift Treats Eras Tour Crowd to 4 'Favorite Songs' to Honor 113th Show: 'That's My Favorite Number'

Taylor Swift just hit another milestone — her 113th runway show!

On Tuesday, July 9, Zurich became the latest European city to be graced by the pop superstar’s record-breaking Eras tour, after playing the first of two nights at the Letzigrund Stadium. The concert marked her first concert in Switzerland in her expansive 18-year career.

During the show, Swift performed in high temperatures, even acknowledging the heat during the performance Lover part of her set. “You’re still dancing like crazy,” she said. “Instant bonus points now.”

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During her acoustic set, where she plays a selection of songs unique to each Eras tour date, the star noted that the Zurich performance was her 113th on the tour.

“This is actually our 113th performance on the Eras tour, and that’s my favorite number that I never mention,” she joked to the crowd. “I just thought since it’s my favorite song, I’d sing some of my favorite songs for the acoustic section.”

Swift then treated the crowd to a medley Forever the song “Right Where You Left Me” and in 1989 song “All You Had To Do Was Stay.”

The series also marked just over a year since the star came out Speak Now (Taylor Version)re-released version of her classic 2010 album — and dropped on the date recorded in Swift’s lore: July 9th. (On Speak now the song “Last Kiss”, Swift sings: “That 9th July / the beat of your heart / It jumps through your shirt / I still can feel your arms.”)

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Taylor Swift performs the Eras Tour in Zurich on July 9, 2024.

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“Happy 9th of July to those who celebrate,” the singer said during her acoustic set, before launching into a medley of “Last Kiss” and “Sad Beautiful Tragic” on the piano.

On her previous tour in Amsterdam last weekend, the “Blank Space” singer hosted boyfriend and Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce, who became emotional when she played an acoustic song that included a reference to his jersey number 87. Swift’s last night in Amsterdam, the pair were spotted leaving the Dutch stadium hand in hand, waving to the cheering crowd.

The “Fortnight” artist will close her stay in the Swiss city with a second show tomorrow night, before heading to Milan this weekend. He will finish the European part of the tour with a five-day stay in London in August.

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