For a lot of us swifties, this limited-time theater experience is our version of The Eras Tour. After crying and belting out lyrics (and wishing the Speak Now set had been just a little bit longer), here are 13 moments from the movie that will "long live" in my head rent-free.
The visuals for Midnights’ opening number made the amazing performance even better, creating a literal “lavender haze”.
Here was the first major tear-jerker (unless you were like me and cried during “Cruel Summer”). Taylor's beautiful melody makes it clear that her grandmother was a major influence in her life.
Our Song Acoustic.
A classic throwback for the OG swifties.
Tied with “Wildest Dreams” as my favorite 1989 track, it’s hard not to sing along with the catchy pop tune.
Augustine’s point of view in the Folklore love triangle, as well as the home of one of my favorite bridges.
All Too Well (10 Minute Version).
I don’t think it’s possible to hear this heartbreak ballad and not be in your feels, especially with the iconic bridge.
Long Live Ending.
In my humble opinion, anytime "Long Live" is involved, it should be the send off song. So while I’m still a little bitter about the underwhelming Speak Now set, I’m happy about this choice.
You're On Your Own, Kid.
Except for maybe “Castles Crumbling” or “A Place in this World”, I couldn’t have asked for a better surprise song.
The purple ball gown was as absolutely stunning as this Speak Now classic. If I had to pick one song to represent Taylor’s beloved third album, it would be this one.
From Taylor’s dive into the water on stage (“Willow” reference, anyone?) to the big wave, Midnights made a jaw-dropping splash of an entrance.
I Knew You Were Trouble.
Being my favorite, I had high expectations for this one, and I was not disappointed.
The giant snake around the stage, the “Ready For It” intro pounding, the strobe lighting as Taylor appeared in her outfit, I could go on and on about how memorable the 6th album’s set was. Not to mention “Delicate” for Jeremiah fans!
And at number one...
Staying at the top of the charts all summer, it’s no surprise that this song was given an epic opening performance. Taylor’s charisma was the cherry on top that made it all the more unforgettable.