Five months into Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, after she had brought the tour across the United States and to Mexico, she took the epic concert experience to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she switched up one of the most anticipated parts of her shows. Instead of playing songs that aren’t on the three-and-a-half-hour-long show’s expansive setlist toward the end of the performance, she began doing mashups of those surprise songs.

The first time around, she combined two 1989 (Taylor’s Version) songs: “Is It Over Now?” and “Out of the Woods.” Following a perhaps unsurprisingly positive reception, the singer has continued to do mashups while touring throughout Brazil, Japan, Australia, and Singapore.

As of March 14, the box-office juggernaut is available to stream on Disney+. This version includes a number of songs that didn’t appear in the film’s theatrical release or its VOD release in December, including “Cardigan,” “Maroon,” “Death By a Thousand Cuts,” “You Are In Love,” and “I Can See You.”

Here’s a guide to all of the mashups Swift has done of her surprise songs.

“Is It Over Now?” and “Out of the Woods” from 1989 (Taylor’s Version)

Taylor Swift performing an acoustic Out of the Woods and Is It Over Now? mash-up is so important.My two favorite 1989 era songs. 😭🙌— Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold)

In the first mashup to be presented as one of Swift’s surprise songs, the pop star chose two songs from her latest re-release, 1989 (Taylor’s Version). The album had just come out a few weeks prior, and she decided to surprise the audience with one of the new vault tracks and a fan favorite—both of which are rumored to be about her ex-boyfriend. Theories from fans point to the same lyrics in each song that seem to hint at a snowmobile accident the two got into in 2012.

“Getaway Car”/ “August”/ and “Other Side of the Door”


At her stop in Melbourne, Australia, on Feb. 17, Swift played “Getaway Car” off her 2017 album, Reputation (the next album that fans are theorizing will be released as part of her re-recording project). Swift first played the song in May during her New Jersey stop, where she brought out her collaborator, Jack Antonoff. The mashup took an interesting turn when she included the Folklore cut “August,” which is already on the original setlist, and then took another turn to include a song from Fearless (Taylor’s Version) called “Other Side of the Door.”

“Come Back… Be Here” and “Daylight”

🎥| Taylor Swift for the ‘Come Back Be Here’ and ‘Daylight’ mashup— The Swift Society (@TheSwiftSociety)

Swift busted out a deep cut from her Red (Taylor’s Version) album called “Come Back… Be Here” and mashed it up with “Daylight,” a song off of Lover—the first album in her discography that she retained the masters to when she signed her new record deal with Republic Records in 2018. It was during this third Melbourne show that she said she might repeat some surprise songs as the tour continues. “I want to be as creative as possible with the acoustic set moving forward, and I don’t want to limit anything or say, ‘Oh if I played this song, I can’t play it again,’” she stated. “So, from now on, I don’t want to take any paint colors out of the paintbox [or] tools out of the toolbox.”

“White Horse” and “Coney Island”

Taylor Swift and Sabrina Carpenter sing a mashup of “White Horse” & “coney island” at the Eras Tour in Sydney. — Pop Crave (@PopCrave)

Inclement weather during the Eras Tour’s first stop in Sydney, Australia made it so Swift’s opener, Sabrina Carpenter, could not perform her set. Later, Swift brought out Carpenter to do a duet mashup of “White Horse” from Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and “Coney Island” from Evermore. Carpenter took to Instagram to describe the moment she shared with Swift onstage. “9-year-old Sabrina singing white horse would never see this sh-t coming,” she wrote in the caption of the post.

“Should’ve Said No” and “You’re Not Sorry”/ “Peace” and “New Year’s Day”

🚨| Taylor Swift performing a mashup of “Should’ve Said No” and “You’re Not Sorry” at today’s show of ‘The Eras Tour’! — The Eras Tour (@tswifterastour)

The second Sydney night got two surprise song mashups. Swift performed “Should’ve Said No” from her debut self-titled album and mixed it with “You’re Not Sorry” from Fearless (Taylor’s Version). The second set of surprise songs was “Peace” from Evermore and “New Year’s Day” from Reputation—which her fans believe will be the next re-release.