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Taylor Swift in Madrid: dates, timings, setlist and everything you need to know

Swifties of Madrid, your wait is nearly over. Following the release of her brand-new double album The Tortured Poets Department, Taylor Swift has finally landed in Europe with the Eras Tour (the highest-grossing tour in history, we’ll have you know).

The tour kicked off in Paris last night and she’ll be heading to Madrid at the end of May. Got tickets? Lucky you. This is everything you need to know about Taylor Swift’s upcoming shows in the Spanish capital.

When are the Taylor Swift concerts in Madrid?

The global popstar will perform twice at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, on May 29 and 30.

What time will Taylor Swift come on stage?

The show on May 29 will start at 8pm, while the performance on May 30 will kick off earlier, at 6.30pm. Based on the timings of her first Paris show, we estimate she’ll take to the stage between 9 and 9.30pm on May 29, and between 7.30 and 8pm on May 30. 

When will the concert end?

The Eras Tour shows tend to last over three hours, and some have lasted almost four. Depending on any surprise songs or guest appearances, the shows should end at around 12.30am on May 29, and 11pm on May 30. 

Are there any tickets left?

Sadly both Madrid shows have completely sold out. 

How much are the tickets?

Ticket prices range between €85 and €226.50, while VIP passes cost a whopping €589.

What is the setlist for The Eras Tour?

The release of The Tortured Poets Department understandably raised questions about whether Taylor would adapt her setlist to include some of her 31 new songs… and she did not disappoint. 

This is the setlist for the Eras Tour, in order, based on the first Paris show:


  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 (now 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

And these are the songs which have been removed:

  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 Swift in Madrid?

The pop-punk band Paramore will support Taylor throughout the European Eras Tour. 

Prohibited objects

The Santiago Bernabéu stadium does not admit bulky objects (which could hamper an evacuation), or drinks or food in containers made from metal, glass, ceramics or wood.

There’s no smoking on the premises, including vaping, and you can’t bring pets either. 

Where else in Europe will Taylor Swift perform?

The tour will pass through the capital at the end of May, and will end in Europe on August 20, in London. These are all of Taylor Swift’s dates on her European tour:

  • May 17, 18 and 19 – Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden
  • May 24 and 25 – Da Luz Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal
  • 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, United Kingdom
  • June 18 – Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK
  • June 21, 22 and 23 – Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom
  • 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, United Kingdom

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