“Taylor Swift’s Stunning Performance at Levi’s Stadium, July 2023”

By | July 29, 2023



Taylor Swift performed at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, kicking off the first of two concerts. The sold-out Eras Tour concert opened with “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince.” True to Swift’s tradition, she surprised fans with two songs she hadn’t played on stage yet, “Right Where you Left Me” from her album evermore and “Castles Crumbling” from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version). Once she plays a surprise song, she doesn’t replay it for the rest of the tour. The list of songs Swift has already played during the tour is organized by era, according to Billboard.
Jacqueline Pinedo reported

Taylor Swift’s Mesmerizing Performance at Levi’s Stadium

On July 28, 2023, the award-winning pop artist Taylor Swift exhibited her spectacular performance at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. The concert marked the first of two planned performances at the stadium. The image below captures the artist’s lively performance.

Two Surprise Songs of the Night

True to her tradition, Taylor Swift surprised her fans by performing two unreleased songs. These surprise songs, once performed, are not repeated throughout the tour. During the concert at Levi’s Stadium, Swift performed “Right Where You Left Me” from her album ‘evermore’ and “Castles Crumbling” from ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’.

Swift’s Eras Tour Song List

Throughout her Eras Tour, Taylor Swift has performed numerous songs spanning her career. These songs, organized by era, include ‘mirrorball’, ‘Tim McGraw’, ‘State of Grace’, ‘This is me Trying’, ‘Our Song’, and ‘Snow on the Beach’ among others. The complete list of songs played during the tour can be found below.

Upcoming Performances

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour continues with another performance scheduled at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on July 29. The songs to be performed during this concert are yet to be disclosed.

About the Author

Jacqueline Pinedo is a reporter at The Bee’s service journalism team. She holds a master’s degree from the University of Southern California and has previously interned at the Los Angeles Times.