Taylor Swift’s Latest ‘The Eras Tour’ Surprise Involved Haim, ‘The Best Band Who Has Ever Lived’

Taylor Swift is in the homestretch of the North American leg of The Eras Tour, and she’s bringing Haim with her.

The Eras Tour hit Seattle’s Lumen Field on Saturday, July 22, and Sunday, July 23. The back-to-back dates marked the beginning of Haim’s stint as Swift’s opener (alongside Gracie Abrams).

Haim posted a TikTok ahead of Saturday’s show with the funny-yet-totally-true message, “First time seeing the 8th wonder of the world (the eras tour).” Later in the night, Swifties in attendance had the distinct honor of witnessing Swift perform her Evermore track “No Body, No Crime” featuring Haim for the first time.

According to several fan accounts, including @TheSwiftSociety, Swift replaced “‘Tis The Damn Season” with “No Body, No Crime” in her setlist. The same account also relayed that Swift acknowledged Haim as “the best band who has ever lived and my best friends.”

Fan-captured videos show Swift beginning the Evermore era of her three-plus-hour show by arriving on stage with Haim by way of an elevating platform. “[I’ve] got something brand new for you,” Swift tells the crowd. “I hope that’s alright!”

“ERAS NIGHT ONE WAS A DREAM!!!! got to play no body no crime for the first time.. see you tonight for round 2 SEATTLE,” Haim posted to Instagram.

Swift and Haim performed “No Body, No Crime” again during Sunday’s concert, leading Swifties to wonder whether Swift will keep it for the remainder of the North American leg — just as she made “Long Live” a permanent addition following the release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) on July 7.

The Eras Tour will next visit Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California (July 28-29) before wrapping with five nights at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California (August 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9). Haim will be one of several opening acts for the remaining North American dates.