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  • Lauren Morgan

Taylor Swift: Reputation Tour in Denver

Taylor Swift blew the roof off of the Sports Authority Field in Denver, Colorado Friday night. A packed stadium with fans roaring thunderously after every song. I don’t think I’ve heard this many screaming girls since Justin Bieber! The audience is riddled with fans of all ages. I could feel the anticipation as the lights went down. The two giant screens separating the stage moved to reveal a silhouetted Swift and the show began. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts' "Bad Reputation" rang through the stadium introducing the arrival of Taylor Swift, and tying into the reputation theme of the tour.

The massive 110 ft stage was very intricate, and to top it off there was not only one stage but THREE. Following the first act, Swift, while singing “Delicate” was flown over the crowed to the second stage to sing “Shake It Off” while also welcoming her openers, Charli XCX and Camilla Cabello back to the stage to perform with her.

Making her way back to the main stage, she sang acoustic renditions of her songs on the guitar as well as piano, and the show didn’t stop there. Denver was actually treated to the tour debut of "Teardrops on My Guitar" during Swift's acoustic interlude. This show was jam packed with action. Separating the acts were a few video interludes, the costumes were immaculate, stage presence in all performers was unmatched. You can tell everyone is working their tail off to give you the best show you’ve ever seen. If you have a chance to catch this leg of the Taylor Swift: Reputation Tour don’t pass it up. It was one of the most engaging experiences I’ve had the opportunity to witness.

Act One

...Ready for It?

I Did Something Bad


Style / Love Story / You Belong With Me

Act Two

Look What You Made Me Do (with Tiffany Haddish Speech)

End Game

King of My Heart

Act Three


Shake It Off (with Charli XCX and Camila Cabello)

Dancing With Our Hands Tied (Acoustic)

Teardrops on My Guitar (Acoustic)

Act Four

Blank Space


Bad Blood / Should've Said No

Act Five

Don't Blame Me

Long Live / New Year's Day (On piano)

Act Six

Getaway Car

Call It What You Want

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together / This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things


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