The much-anticipated Taylor Swift The Eras Tour will launch on Friday (March 17) in Glendale, Arizona, with back-to-back performances. The singer gave fans a sneak glimpse into her rehearsals. The “Anti-Hero” singer shared many pictures of herself practicing her performance onstage while wearing olive-colored cargo, a black crop top, and, of course, a red lip on social media.
“In my Eras era,” she wrote in the description of the post, which also featured a picture of her vibrant nails, which appear to each represent one of her ten studio albums. Swift also uploaded a heartwarming photo on her Instagram Stories showing her father’s custom-made “All Access” pass. Swift playfully scribbled beneath the pass, “We are a modest family business,” as it reads, “D.O.H. Pass (Dad of Headliner).
Then, Swift’s mother and father worked together while her father was sporting his new pass to add crystals to their famous daughter’s Fearless-inspired guitar “with super glue and a free afternoon.” See the multi-Grammy winner’s Instagram Stories account of her final rehearsal day before they vanish here.
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The “Blank Space” diva astonished Swifties earlier in the day by revealing that she would be releasing four new songs ahead of the start of her tour. She announced on her Instagram Stories that she would be releasing four previously unheard songs tonight at midnight in honor of The Eras Tour.
Taylor Swift shared a tweet: “In my Eras Era”
In my Eras era. 💅 pic.twitter.com/r2E2PWVm6Z
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 16, 2023
Re-recordings of Swift’s two songs from The Hunger Games soundtrack from 2012, “Eyes Wide” and “Safe & Sound,” with Joy Williams and John Paul White, as well as “If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version)” and the previously unreleased “All of the Ladies You Loved Before,” are among the four songs.