Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management Taylor Swift 's Eras era has begun. The singer officially kicked off her Eras Tour with two back-to-back shows in Glendale Swift City, Eras-zona on March 17 and March 18. Despite unprecedented ticketing drama , thousands of Swifties showed up for the first stop of Swift's long-awaited return to live concerts. Still, many people missed out on presale codes or can't afford seats for the remaining dates. So, Ticketmaster , look what you made us do — below, we've compiled clips so that fans can relive what it was like to be at these opening shows, from her packed setlist to the famous faces in the audience. We'll update this post if she does anything different tonight. She kicked off her set with "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince," then followed with four more songs from Lover (hey, a lot of Swifties are still grieving the cruel summer when Lover Fest was canceled ). Taylor sang for about three hours, performing 44 songs in total (or 45, if you count her spoken interlude of "seven"). Don't see your favorite one below? Don't worry. She announced that one track will be unique to… Read full this story
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