Taylor Swift is bringing her big 'reputation' to Detroit's Ford Field on Aug. 28
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On Aug. 28, Taylor Swift will bring her widely successful reputation stadium tour to Detroit's Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions (tickets). The tour is in support of her No. 1 album reputation which became her fourth consecutive album to debut with over a million copies sold in a single week - a feat no other artist can claim. Unlike previous album eras, Swift has remained focused solely on the tour while out on the road leaving her name and face to hundreds of thousands of adoring fans.

With six albums under her belt, Swift will perform songs mostly from her latest offering with only a handful of older hits popping up in the setlist which is divided into six acts. Swift will open the show with her pop-rap hit single "...Ready for It?" before blazing into "I Did Something Bad" and the flirty "Gorgeous." To finish off the first act, Swift brings a medley of her first pop-country hits "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me" blended with 2015 single "Style."

From there, Swift will breeze through several of the singles from reputation including lead single "Look What You Made Me Do," a shortened version of "End Game" along with her most recent single "Delicate" which has hit No. 1 on both the Pop and Adult Pop Songs charts.

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With a new album in tow, Swift has focused on performing songs from both reputation and 2014's mega-seller 1989. During "Shake It Off," Swift will bring out tourmates Charli XCX and superstar Camila Cabello to pump up the crowd for the following three acts which includes an acoustic version of "So It Goes...," her most successful hit "Blank Space" and the haunting "Don't Blame Me."

Act 6 will wrap up the show beginning with a video interlude, "Why She Disappeared," which is a sequel to the "Out of the Woods" music video. She'll sing "Getaway Car," a rumored upcoming single, along with promo single "Call It What You Want" before closing the show with "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things."

Fans can expect high energy performances only the way Swift can and perhaps a surprise or two when the show kicks off at 7 p.m. Throughout the tour, Swift has weaved other songs into her setlist from her previous catalog including "Enchanted," "Our Song" and "Wildest Dreams" and on July 14 in New Jersey, Swift was not afraid to get wet as she performed in a rainstorm.

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