Taylor Swift continued her Eras Tour over the weekend with a three-night run at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The multi-night stand in The Garden State commenced on Friday, May 26, when the pop idol welcomed a trio of guests up to the stage to assist on choice numbers, including a live debut of “Getaway Car” featuring Jack Antonoff, who sat in for the first time performance. 

Swift’s concert started with an opening frame courtesy of Phoebe Bridgers, who later joined her host during the evening’s Red set, which pulled from the popstar’s acclaimed 2012 LP. Then, after hitting the crowd with two back-to-back hits, “We Are Never Getting Back Together” and a shortened version of “I Knew You Were Trouble,” Bridgers turned up, and the duo cut into “Nothing New,” which came before a 10-minute stretch of “All Too Well.” 

After delivering a segment of songs pulled from her eighth studio album, Folklore, produced by Antonoff and The National’s Aaron Dressner, the night’s surprise song segment arrived. The timing brought forth the evening’s live debut, which saw New Jersey native, Antonoff take the stage, guitar in hand, and assist Swift on “Getaway Car,” a song initially released on 2017’s reputation LP. 
The final sit-in occurred during the Midnight run-through when Ice Spice turned up to help Swift with their collaborative song, “Karma,” which dropped the same day as their on-stage moment. On Saturday and Sunday, Bridgers and Ice Spice returned to the stage, reprising the same songs as they had the first night.

Watch a fan-shot video of Antonoff and Swift’s live collaboration below.