Taylor Swift’s keyboard malfunctions at Gillette Stadium Concert and starts to play by itself


    23rd May 2023 – (Massachusetts) Taylor Swift’s Saturday night “Eras Tour” concert at Gillette Stadium in the pouring rain left some comedic ramifications for Sunday’s performance. During the surprise song section of Sunday’s concert, Swift debriefed the crowd about the weather from the night prior and explained that the rain damaged her keyboard, which was literally underwater. As she was talking, a deep, dark note played from her keyboard, shocking the artist. She asked the audience if they could hear what she was hearing, and over 65,000 crowd members laughed and screamed at what was unfolding. Swift then played “Red” on the guitar as her second surprise song of the night.

    Swift is known for teasing her fans with news surrounding her music and embedding hidden messages in lyrics, outfits, music videos, and more. These Easter eggs unite the fandom to partake in a scavenger hunt for potential news surrounding the artist. Fans wonder if Sunday’s piano mishap was purely a coincidence or another clue for them.

    During a recent concert in Nashville, the artist announced the re-recording of her 2010 album “Speak Now,” now called “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version),” set to release on 7th July. A song on the album is titled “Haunted,” which is exactly how fans were describing Swift’s rogue keyboard. Some fans are speculating that her newest version of the song from the upcoming album will be released soon.

    Swift’s “Eras Tour” will continue with her traveling to East Rutherford, New Jersey, to play at MetLife Stadium starting Friday.