Here’s what fans can expect at Taylor Swift’s 100th The Eras Tour show in Liverpool

Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour will mark a major milestone on June 13, 2024, as it will be Swift’s 100th concert. Swift’s followers are pondering what they speculate the global pop star will do during the milestone.

Some fans speculate that Swift will release a music video for one of her new songs from The Tortured Poets Department, specifically “But Daddy, I Love Him”. This comes after Swifties seemingly noticed the unusual color combination she had on her new ensemble for her 1989 performance in concert in Edinburgh.

On Reddit, fans have their own theories about what Swift might do for her big performance.

“I feel like she could write a surprise song collaboration!! Maybe bring Florence to Florida (Flo is British and lives in England permanently) or Ed Sheeran for one of their collabs ? She’s definitely going to do something special, it’s going to be a really interesting show,” one person theorized.

“I was at this show too! Knowing that this would be the 100th show made my head spin but honestly, I was even more excited to know that Aaron Dessner is a huge fan of Liverpool. If Taylor can make his dream (I guess) come true by playing at Anfield, then the chances of hearing WCS as a surprise song will increase significantly,” said another. .

Some people even theorized that she might invite Paul McCartney as a guest for the 100th show.

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Swift’s 100th concert will take place at Anfield in Liverpool, UK. As expected, the city council is getting ready for Swift’s arrival and is also celebrating the milestone.

BBC reports that the City of Liverpool has created a series of art installations inspired by Swift’s albums.

Liverpool Council Culture Director Claire McColgan told the publication: “Even if you don’t have tickets to see Taylor yet, you can still come to Liverpool and enjoy a bit of Taylor magic.” According to McColgan, they wanted to create something that reflected Swift’s “exceptional and seismic” impact on the music industry and popular culture.

Among the mounted art installations are a 7-foot-tall butterfly, a moss-covered piano, murals, a floral rocking chair and a “Red” room.

Be ready for #TaylorTownTrail!

From tomorrow in Liverpool until Sunday, June 16.

Learn more at: #TheErasTour@CultureLPool @VisitLiverpool @Liverpool_ONE @Metquarter @theAlbertDock @makeCIC @theBluecoat

– Liverpool City Council (@lpoolcouncil) June 7, 2024

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