In Honor Of Disney+ Releasing The Eras Tour Movie A Few Hours Early, I Gathered The Best Performance Per Era

Taylor Swift, with Disney+, decided to release Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie a few hours earlier than we were expecting. In honor of this, let's go through memorable live song moments in each era. Come along as we visit each iconic Eras Tour performance.

Lover: "Cruel Summer"

Person on stage in a sparkly jumpsuit with a microphone

Fearless: "Fearless"

Taylor Swift performing on stage with a guitar, forming a heart shape with her hands above her head

Evermore: "Tolerate It"

Taylor Swift wearing a sleeveless, embellished yellow dress on stage

Reputation: "Don’t Blame Me"/"Look What You Made Me Do (LWYMMD)"

Taylor Swift performing on stage in a black sequined outfit with backup dancers behind her

Speak Now: "Long Live"

Taylor Swift singing and playing guitar on stage with a purple backdrop. She wears a glittery dress

Red: "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)"

Taylor Swift performs with guitar, wearing a glittery outfit with bright stage lights behind her

Folklore: "My Tears Ricochet"

Taylor Swift performing on stage with a hologram of herself in the background. She wears a green dress

1989: "Blank Space"

Performer on stage at a concert with bright stage lights and audience in the background

Acoustic set: "You’re on Your Own, Kid"

Taylor Swift performing at a microphone with a sparkling backdrop. She wears a sleeveless top

And Midnights: "Vigilante Sh*t"

Taylor Swift performs on stage in a glittering outfit with a pattern, seated on a stool

The last set is Midnights, and one of the most iconic performances on the Eras Tour is "Vigilante Sh*t." It is a fan-favorite — everyone talks about this song having the most incredible and sexy choreography.

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That concludes the most memorable performances from the Eras Tour. You can watch the new version of the Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie on March 14 on Disney+ at 9 p.m. ET. Now, let’s hear from you about your favorite performances on the Eras Tour — comment down below!