Surprise! Taylor Swift gifts fans a '1989' mashup at Saturday's Stockholm Eras Tour show

STOCKHOLM − Taylor Swift celebrates her 89th Eras Tour show Saturday with a triple mashup off the album of her fifth era.

During the acoustic set, Swift played three songs from “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” on piano: “Say Don’t Go,” “Welcome to New York” and “Clean.” The wristbands lit up bright blue, the color of the era.

Fans flocked to Friends Arena in record-breaking numbers, according to the singer, who told the crowd at her first show in the venue that it was the stadium's highest-attended ever. To begin year two of her magnum opus, Swift incorporated a "Tortured Poets" set along with other changes to the show. The tour landed Friday in Stockholm, which changed its name to "Swiftholm" temporarily. Her last show in the city is Sunday.

Fans did not spot Swift's boyfriend, Travis Kelce, in Sweden after the tight end went to her final show in Paris, which was her 87th Eras Tour performance (his Kansas City Chiefs number is 87). The football player was hosting a music festival, Kelce Jam, Saturday night in Bonner Springs, Kansas. showed floor seats in Stockholm going for a shockingly low $100 to $170, with some stadium seats for only $60. Resale prices for U.S. shows are in the four to five digits range.

Swift's next stop will be Lisbon, Portugal.

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This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Taylor Swift mashes up '1989' songs for Eras Tour show in Stockholm