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Taylor Swift in Lisbon: Eras Tour timings, dates, set list and everything you need to know

The Eras Tour is underway in Europe with a brand-new setlist, and Taylor Swift will soon be headed to Lisbon

Liv Kelly
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Liv Kelly

One of our favourite cities will soon be welcoming Miss Taylor Swift for two glittering shows on the European leg of her Eras Tour. That’s right, the next stop after her stint in Stockholm (on May 17, 18 and 19) is Lisbon

So, Swifties of the Portuguese capital, your time has finally come. Here is absolutely everything you need to know about dates, timings, setlist and tickets for Mother’s two-night stint at Da Luz Stadium. Are you ready for it?

Here’s how Taylor Swift has updated her Eras tour setlist for Europe (so far)

When is Taylor Swift’s Eras tour in Lisbon? 

Tay will be taking to the stage at Da Luz Stadium in Lisbon on May 24 and 25

What time will Taylor Swift come on stage?

According to SeatPick, both Lisbon shows will start at 6pm, so it’s likely based on her other shows so far that Taylor will begin performing at around 8pm. 

Are there any tickets left?

Yes, there are tickets left to both Lisbon shows. 

How much did tickets cost?

Based on what’s available on various ticket platforms, entry to the Eras Tour could range anywhere from €215 - €3,888 (£184 - £3,336). 

What’s the full setlist for the Eras Tour?

Taylor likes to surprise us, and that’s exactly what she did when she performed an altered setlist at her first Paris show on May 9. So, here’s what we can assume it will look like like for the European leg of the tour:


  1. Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince
  2. Cruel Summer
  3. The Man
  4. You Need to Calm Down
  5. Lover


  1. Fearless
  2. You Belong With Me
  3. Love Story


  1. 22
  2. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  3. I Knew You Were Trouble
  4. All Too Well (10-minute version)
  5. Speak Now
  6. Enchanted


  1. … Ready For It?
  2. Delicate
  3. Don’t Blame Me
  4. Look What You Made Me Do

Folklore/Evermore (combined into one Era)

  1. cardigan
  2. betty
  3. champagne problems
  4. august
  5. illicit affairs
  6. my tears ricochet
  7. Marjorie
  8. willow


  1. Style
  2. Blank Space
  3. Shake It Off
  4. Wildest Dreams
  5. Bad Blood

The Tortured Poets Department (new!)

  1. But Daddy I Love Him
  2. So High School
  3. Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?
  4. Down Bad
  5. Fortnight
  6. The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived
  7. I Can Do It With A Broken Heart

Surprise songs

  1. Paris (from Midnights)
  2. loml (from TTPD)


  1. Lavender Haze
  2. Anti-Hero
  3. Midnight Rain
  4. Vigilante Shit
  5. Bejeweled
  6. Mastermind
  7. Karma

These are the songs no longer on the setlist:

  1. The Archer (from Lover era)
  2. Long Live (from Speak Now era)
  3. the 1 (from folklore era)
  4. the last great american dynasty (from folklore era)
  5. ’tis the damn season (from evermore era)
  6. tolerate it (from evermore era)

Who will be supporting Taylor in Lisbon?

American pop-punk band Paramore are opening for Taylor on the entire European leg. 


Where else is Taylor performing the Eras Tour?

The tour is traveling all over Europe and will come to a sparkling, shimmering conclusion in London on August 20. Here are the other dates following Lisbon:

  • May 29 and 30 - Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, Spain
  • June 2 and 3 - Groupama Stadium in Lyon, France
  • June 7, 8 and 9 - Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, UK
  • June 13, 14 and 15 - Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, UK
  • June 18 - Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK
  • June 21, 22 and 23 - Wembley Stadium in London, UK
  • June 28, 29 and 30 - Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland
  • July 4, 5 and 6 - Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • July 9 and 10 - Letzigrund Zurich Stadium in Zurich, Switzerland
  • July 13 and 14 - San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy
  • July 17, 18 and 19 - Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • July 23 and 24- Volksparkstadion in Hamburg, Germany
  • July 27 and 28- Munich Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany
  • August 1, 2 and 3 - PGE Narodowy National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland
  • August 8, 9 and 10 - Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna, Austria
  • August 15, 16, 17, 19 and 20 - Wembley Stadium in London, UK

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