Taylor Swift Celebrates 113th Eras Tour Show With Acoustic Performance of 'Favorite Songs'

Taylor Swift celebrated 113 Eras Tour shows on Tuesday in Zurich, Switzerland, and marked the occasion by playing her favorite songs.

Taylor Swift's lucky number ended up being lucky for her Eras Tour fans at her most recent concert. 

On Tuesday, the 34-year-old singer hit the stage for her first-ever concert in Switzerland and marked her 113th Eras Tour performance, which she celebrated by performing a mashup of some of her favorite songs. 

In fan posts from inside Letzigrund Stadium in Zurich, Swift introduced the acoustic mashup -- comprised of "Right Where You Left Me" from Evermore and "All You Had To Do Was Stay" from 1989 -- by sharing that in honor of 113 shows, she would be sharing the love.

"This is actually our 113th show of the Eras Tour, and that’s my favorite number, which I never mention," she said, adding, "I just thought since it was my favorite number, I'd do some of my favorite songs for the acoustic section."

The love didn't stop there, though. After the guitar performance, she transitioned to the piano where she confirmed fan suspicions that she would sing "Last Kiss," which serendipitously mentions July 9 in the lyrics. 

"That July 9th / the beat of your heart / It jumps through your shirt / I can still feel your arms," Swift sings in the track.

"Happy July 9th to those who celebrate," the 14-time GRAMMY Award winner told the crowd -- which included tennis pro Roger Federer -- before playing a mashup of the Speak Now hit with "Sad Beautiful Tragic" from Red.

Taylor Swift performs her piano surprise song set in Zurich, Switzerland, on July 9 - Noam Galai/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

In recent weeks, Swift has been on a roll during the surprise song sets at her concerts, combining some of her biggest hits and giving fans various themed mashups, seemingly based on the date and current events. 

At an Amsterdam concert in early July, the singer debuted a surprise song set evidently devoted to her boyfriend of nearly one year, Travis Kelce. The three-way mashup -- dubbed the "Kelce set" by fans -- included short versions of "Mary's Song (Oh My My My)" from Taylor Swift, "So High School" from The Tortured Poets Department, and "Everything Has Changed" from Red

Fans immediately pieced together that the combination of songs was dedicated to Kelce as the lyrics to each song allude to their relationship. "I'll be 87, you'll be 89," Swift sings in "Mary's Song (Oh My My My)," which many took to mean his Chiefs jersey number of 87 and her 1989 birth year. In the second song, Swift croons, "You know how to ball, I know Aristotle." The third song references a love that changes a person's perspective on life. 

Adorably, the 34-year-old Kansas City Chiefs player was spotted in the audience getting misty-eyed at the nod to him. 

Prior to that, Swift seamlessly blended "I Forgot That You Existed" and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" while in Cardiff, Wales, on Scooter Braun's birthday in mid-June. That acoustic set has since been labeled the "Diss Track Mashup."

Just one day earlier, she debuted the "Murder Mashup," singing "Carolina" from the Where the Crawdads Sing soundtrack before transitioning into "No Body No Crime" from her 2020 album, Evermore. That came after her ex of six years, Joe Alwynbroke his silence on their 2023 split in an interview with The Times of London.

And this is why they say she's a mastermind.