Pop icon Taylor Swift rounded-out her third show at Gillette Stadium Sunday night in Foxborough, concluding her reputation Era.

She came out singing “Ready For It…,” the first song track on reputation. Concertgoers were handed white bracelets on the way into the venue, and when the first song filled the arena, the bracelet started to light up — creating a breathtaking sight of lights throughout the stadium. Swift continued with reputation hits “I Did Something Bad,” “Look What You Made Me Do,” “End Game,” “Don’t Blame Me,” and “Getaway Car.” Fireworks exploded off the stage, snakes flew through the air, and the fangirl screams were never-ending. At times, Swift just stopped and looked out into the crowd, relishing in the moment. Her smile said it all.

Throughout her set, Swift took time to address the audience and introduce some of the songs. She even made sure to head to the other side of the stadium – in a moving, lit-up ball – to sing to parts of the crowd that couldn’t see her from far away. At points, she showed her musicianship — picking up the guitar to play without back-up music or sitting at the piano.

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Amid the glitz and glam, constant outfit changes, dancers, and various show-stopping elements, one of the highlights of the night was Swift’s ability to merge her old hits into her newer tracks. While she played some oldies outright, like Red‘s “I Knew You Were Trouble” and 1989‘s “Style” and “Shake It Off,” she found a way to intertwine different eras; “Bad Blood” was combined with “Should’ve Said No,” “Long Live” merged with “New Year’s Day,” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” mixed with “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” to round out the night.

As the final song neared its end, thousands of people were screaming out the lyrics and dancing along, no matter where they were in the lit-up stadium. From the floor seats to the grandstand seating, everyone was giving all of their energy, and Swift – who said earlier in the night that she had broke the record for the first female artist to play Gillette three times in a row – showed she couldn’t be more thankful.