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Au revoir Paris! Hallå Stockholm! Taylor Swift Adjusts Setlist of her Eras tour in Europe

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Taylor Swift Adjusts Setlist of her Eras tour in Europe. Source: instagram-TaylorSwift
Photo: Taylor Swift Adjusts Setlist of her Eras tour in Europe. Source: instagram-TaylorSwift

Taylor Swift kicked off the European leg of her Eras tour in France with an updated setlist. The singer rebuilt the concert and removed several old songs to showcase music from her latest album The Tortured Poets Department. The fan favourites The Archer and The 1 were replaced by new songs Fortnight and Down Bad, writes The Guardian.

Taylor Swift also unveiled several new outfits, including a sparkling red bodysuit to open the show and a black dress with silver tassels in the Fearless era.

Swift took to the stage at La Défense Arena on Thursday in Paris, playing Miss America and Prince of Heartbreak, before greeting the full house with a flirty "enchanté".

She said she felt "incredibly lucky" to be kicking off the European leg of her tour in "the most beautiful, romantic city in the world".

The 34-year-old singer stayed on stage for more than three hours, playing 46 songs from her 18-year career.

The tour is themed around the different "eras" she has created over the years, with separate sets dedicated to each of her 11 studio albums.

After four days at Paris' La Défense Arena, the star is heading to Stockholm, Lisbon and Madrid in the coming weeks.

The Eras Tour initially travelled across America, Asia and Australia. After concerts in 12 European countries, including Spain, Germany, Ireland and Portugal, it will return for a final run in the US and Canada. 

Swift's UK concerts will begin on 7 June at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium, before moving on to Liverpool, Cardiff and London's Wembley Stadium.

When the tour arrived in Europe, several European cities had already seen hotel price increases, with some hotels selling out months in advance.

Stockholm, the next stop on the tour, after Paris, is expecting around 10,000 visitors from the US who are fans of the singer from 17 to 19 May. 

Dublin is one of the most expensive cities for the upcoming concerts, with fans shelling out almost 160 euros per night. The singer will perform at the Aviva Stadium on 28, 29 and 30 June.

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