Taylor Swift's Reputation-heavy tour set list features almost all the songs from her latest album, plus many her previous hit singles. But the show, which she debuted on May 8, also delivers a surprise song on each tour stop. Swift's nightly choices have run the gamut from fan favorite “All Too Well” to career throwback “Teardrops on My Guitar.”
While most Swift's performance is based on the main stage, she makes her way back to two smaller B-stages, giving more fans a chance to see her up close. There, she performs “Shake It Off,” “Dancing With Our Hands Tied,” “Blank Space” and “Dress” — as well as the surprise song the night on acoustic guitar.
Below, check out the list all the special songs she's brought to the Reputation Tour B-stage. Luckily, Swifties in the crowd have been quick to upload clips these rare live cuts.
“All Too Well” Glendale, Ariz., May 8; Pasadena, Calif., May 19
It's no secret among Swift fans that the emotional Red stand-out “All Too Well” is widely cherished. What better surprise to sprinkle into the set list on the opening night tour, then? “I figured … I would play this song you seem to request more than the others,” she said, introducing the beautiful tearjerker.
Swift once performed “Wildest Dreams” acoustic at a Grammys event, and she brought that raw, impassioned version the 1989 song to the Reputation Stadium Tour B-stage.
“The Best Day” Santa Clara, Calif., May 12
On Mother's Day weekend, Swift gifted her mom — and, apparently, tour opener Camila Cabello's mom — with this touching ode to the mother-daughter memories they've made. The sweet Fearless track is one that is rarely performed live by her.
The Rose Bowl served as inspiration for Swift's B-stage surprise on her first two nights at the venue. “Roses are red,” she mused. Cue an acoustic take on “Red,” the title track f her 2012 album.
“Holy Ground” Seattle, Wash., May 22
“Holy Ground” is all about romanticizing the time you've shared with someone — and an excellent selection to surprise an audience full longtime, loyal fans with. “Tonight I'm gonna dance for all that we've been through,” she sings. “But I don't wanna dance if I'm not dancing with you.”
— Ashley King Glendale,SantaClara1&2,Seattle,Denver (@Ashzash) May 23, 2018
“Teardrops on My Guitar” Denver, Colo., May 25
Swift's second single, released over a decade ago in 2007, is one she admitted she hasn't played “in 100 years.” The singer-songwriter went back to basics with an acoustic performance her song about unrequited high school love, and the crowd sang along to every sentimental word.