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Surprise Guests, International Dates and More: Updates on the Eras Tour

As if the Eras Tour couldn’t get any better, Taylor Swift proves yet again that she has many tricks up her sleeve. From surprise guests to international tour dates to new opening acts, here’s what you may have missed this month in the world of Taylor Swift.

Sabrina Carpenter Set to Join The Eras Tour

Pop sensation Sabrina Carpenter announced on Twitter that she would be joining Taylor on her newly added Latin American Eras Tour dates later this year. In her tweet, Sabrina says “this is the dreamiest dream come true,” adding a screenshot of her own tweet from 2010 discussing her praise as a Swiftie when she was younger.

Known for songs like “Nonsense” and “On My Way,” Carpenter has emerged into the music industry with a bang after moving on from her roles on the Disney Channel. Since then, she has been on her very own “emails i can’t send” tour and sold out venues across the United States. Undoubtedly, Sabrina will make an amazing addition to the Eras Tour.

See Sabrina’s full tweet below:

Credit: @SabrinaAnnLynn on Twitter

Taylor Swift Welcomes Surprise Guests On Stage


Thank you so much for having me @Taylor Swift . Your generosity to me in these last 7 years is insurmountable and I love you so. #theerastour #erastour

♬ original sound – marenmorris
Credit: @marenmorris on TikTok

Moreover, Taylor Swift continues to surprise fans with tricks up her sleeve. In Chicago, pop and country singer Maren Morris joined Taylor on stage for a surprise performance of “You All Over Me.” Morris is only the latest of guests to join the pop-star on her 60-stop tour, but she certainly won’t be the last. Check out a video of the duo performing in the TikTok above.

One week into the Eras Tour, Taylor invited Marcus Mumford (of Mumford and Sons) to join her on stage in Las Vegas for a performance of “Cowboy Like Me” off of her Evermore album. Despite only singing back vocals in the recorded song, Mumford shared a verse with Taylor in a beautiful live rendition of the song.

Another guest is The National’s Aaron Dessner, who went on to sing both “The Great War” and “Mad Woman” on two different nights in Tampa. He later was re-invited to join Taylor in Nashville, where he sang “Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve” during the iconic first rain show of the tour. Opening act Phoebe Bridgers performed “Nothing New” on multiple dates, and Jack Antonoff joined in on fan-favorite, “Getaway Car,” during New Jersey’s night one.

Lastly, and perhaps the most iconic and surprising, was Ice Spice’s appearance. Singing her newly released remix of “Karma,” Ice Spice and Taylor performed the hit on all three dates of the New Jersey stop of the tour. You can read more about the song here.

The Eras Tour is soon to come to a close in North America, but there’s still time for Taylor to invite more guests to join her on stage! Who would you like to see as a surprise guest? Let us know in the comments!

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