The rep tour Atlanta: This love is good

This love is bad, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who has been told he can be a bit indecisive, we’re not sure if this love was bad or good but Taylor Swift was indeed loved as she performed for the audience of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia on August 10 and 11.

The first night, the surprise song on the b-stage was “This Love”.

The second night she went for another deep cut with “The Lucky One”.

She’s really digging surprising people with songs that we haven’t heard in a while… If ever. I’m really happy for the people who are getting to heard these. Hope you’re having a great week, fandom 🙂

Here’s looking at you, Tampa!

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • August 14: Raymond James Stadium. Tampa, FL.
  • August 18: Hard Rock Stadium. Miami, FL.
  • August 25: Nissan Stadium. Nashville, TN.
  • August 28: Ford Field. Detroit, MI.
  • August 31: U.S. Bank Stadium. Minneapolis, MN.

 

 

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram. Featured photo via @TaylorNation13)

The rep tour Pittsburgh: A Place In This World (yes, in 2018)

I don’t know what I want so don’t ask me, Taylor Nation.

If there was any doubt that the Forever and Always Fearless One is going for the deep cuts, that doubt was off the table and soaring to the wild blue yonder as she performed at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 7.

No, I’m not talking about her playing “Dancing With Our Hands Tied”. She did do that. The surprise song was “A Place In This World” and don’t give me that look. You know this one. It’s a cut from Taylor Swift. Yes, the album released in 2006. We’re talking her first ever album and a song that has not taken the stage in forever, if it ever did.

Taylor was probably reminiscing the other day… And went way too far. I know a twitter crowd that really wants her to play “Tied Together With A Smile” since forever and now they feel empowered to ‘campaign’ for that song again. If she’s taking requests, can I ask her to play “White Horse”?

Atlanta, you’re up tomorrow!

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • August 10 & 11: Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Atlanta, GA.
  • August 14: Raymond James Stadium. Tampa, FL.
  • August 18: Hard Rock Stadium. Miami, FL.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram, Billboard.com. Featured photo via @TaylorNation13)

The rep tour Toronto: Come Back Be Here

Ain’t no use in complaining when you’ve got a job to do, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s being writing reviews for a certain international genre film festival for the last three weeks, we’re back to real work this week. Meanwhile, T-Swizzle has been working non-stop performing at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 3 and 4.

The Blonde With The Sparkly Snake Microphone started by bringing out “Out Of The Woods” as the surprise song of the b-stage on Friday.

She even went further on Saturday by surprising everyone with the first ever live performance of “Come Back Be Here”.

She had one more surprise for the second night as she was joined by Bryan Adams for a great performance of his hit, “Summer of ’69”. She was so thrilled about it, she posted two videos from the performance.

Do you know Billboard is keeping a list of all the surprise songs from the b-stage? They’re still updating it for every Taylor Swift performance.

The Enchantress returns to the US of A to play Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA this week.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • August 7: Heinz Field. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • August 10 & 11: Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Atlanta, GA.
  • August 14: Raymond James Stadium. Tampa, FL.
  • August 18: Hard Rock Stadium. Miami, FL.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram, Billboard.com. Featured photo via @TaylorNation13)

The rep tour Foxborough: This love is ours

Don’t you worry your pretty little mind, Taylor Nation.

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(Source: Kevin Mazur for Getty Entertainment)

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who kinda sorta has a life but not really, we’re always catching up with the Blonde With The Green Guitar (don’t worry the sparkly guitar is back there somewhere). Taylor Swift performed at one of her iconic places, the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA on July 26, 27 and 28. She actually brought Hayley Kiyoko to the stage to perform “Curious” on the first night.

The Princess in Red also surprised the audience on the same night singing “22” on the b-stage.

The second night the surprise song was “Change”. Yes, the song from Fearless, you got that right. In 2018. This tour is nostalgia central for old school fans.

The Enchantress sang “Ours” as the surprise song on the last night. I know this is a favourite of many fans out there.

And with that, July flew past. Coming up in August: Toronto, CANADA! 🙂

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • August 3 & 4: Rogers Centre. Toronto, ON.
  • August 7: Heinz Field. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • August 10 & 11: Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Atlanta, GA.
  • August 14: Raymond James Stadium. Tampa, FL.
  • August 18: Hard Rock Stadium. Miami, FL.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram. Featured photo: Kevin Mazur for Getty Entertainment)

The rep tour East Rutherford: With you, I’d dance in a storm in my best dress

Wish me luck. Blogging is hard, Taylor Nation.

The Sparkly Dressed (and slightly damped) performed on East Rutherford, New Jersey at the MetLife Stadium on July 20th, 21st and 22nd.

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(Photo: Kevin Mazur for Getty Entertainment)

On her first day, she performed “Welcome To New York” as the surprise song for the b-stage (sorry that song is kinda meh for me). She also messed up a note during her piano performance of “New Year’s Day”, which prompted her to stop, apologize humorously and restart because this is Tay after all.

She had rain to deal with the following night which meant that she unavoidably had to dance in the rain which led to her choosing the iconic “Fearless” as her surprise song for the b-stage because how could she not.

She also brought back “Clean” to perform along just before the “Long Live/New Year’s Day” medley. So does it mean it’s now the “Clean/Long Live/New Year’s Day” medley? Yeah, we’re all going to end up crying here.

With the rain coming down on the third night as well, she decided on a Speak Now gem. She picked “Enchanted” as her surprise song for the last night.

Rain, missteps and all, Taylor just plain took over MetLife Stadium and is now headed for Foxborough, MA and a venue where she has played before: Gillette Stadium. No, you’re not ready for it. Don’t blame me.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • July 26, 27 & 28: Gillette Stadium. Foxborough, MA.
  • August 3 & 4: Rogers Centre. Toronto, ON.
  • August 7: Heinz Field. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • August 10 & 11: Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Atlanta, GA.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram. Featured photo: Kevin Mazur for Getty Entertainment)