Taylor Swift He said goodbye to Argentina this Sunday with his third and last show at River Plate’s Monumental stadium. It was not the scheduled date, but the storm on Friday forced the American singer’s second show to run with and thus end the passage of her The Eras Tour for the country.
After the passage of the opening acts Louta and Sabrina Carpenter, at 8:40 p.m., with all the stadium lights on, Lady Gaga’s hit Applause played, the “swifties” clapped their hands in the chorus and suddenly the lights went out. The people erupted in a monumental scream and the video screens showed a countdown of 2.20 minutes.
The beginning of the farewell
After an introduction with images from video clips, the dancers came out with huge flags and at 8:46 p.m. Taylor, the star of the night, appeared, singing on a platform that rose several meters above the catwalk, which in turn reached into the middle of the stage. court. She did it by singing “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” and “Cruel Summer”, where she asked everyone to sing the chorus.
Like every night of these three shows, the day began with the Lover era. Thus, after a few songs, the American took a few seconds to appreciate the scene and listen to the applause of the people. “Olé, olé, olé, Taylor, Taylor,” the audience exclaimed. The day before, Swift had explained how much she loved typical Argentine singing.
The next stages of the night were Fearlessy Evermore, for the latter, the artist begins on the piano.
From that place, the artist received a new ovation from the people. That was when she decided to take out her headphones to listen with her own ears to the sound made by the more than 70,000 souls. “I can’t believe it took so long to come to Argentina. I will never make that same mistake again. I will come many more times. You guys are really the best, I’m very happy to play a show for you, for a crowd like you.”, he said to the delirium of his fans.
The show continued with its Reputation stage, then with Speak Now, the stage of the transition from adolescence to adulthood, in which a harder side of love is seen. Also represented were the eras of Red – her last album in country –, Folklore and 1989 – which marked the establishment of Taylor Swift as a pop superstar.
For the most intimate moment of the night, that of the acoustic set, the singer went to the tip of the tongue of the stage. There, with guitar and piano ready, she performed the surprise songs of the night: “Better than Revenge” and “Slut!”
‘Karma’ was the song chosen to say goodbye to this last presentation. With a light show, fireworks and a shower of colored paper, Taylor Swift thanked the Argentines.
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