“I really just want you to be happy, ’cause you’re making me really happy,” Swift told fans.

Taylor Swift was full of surprises in Melbourne!

During the pop superstar’s second consecutive Eras Tour gig in the Australian city on Saturday, she treated fans to a rare performance of three Swiftie-beloved tracks blended into one when she pulled out her guitar for a medley of “Getaway Car,” “August” and “The Other Side of the Door.”

Throughout the Eras Tour, the 34-year-old musician has sprinkled in a surprise portion of songs for each setlist — which oftentimes consists of two songs she doesn’t usually play on tour.

But on Saturday, during her second show in the city, Swift’s surprise portion kicked off with a mash-up of the three fan favorites off her albums Reputation, Folklore and Fearless.

“I just really want you to be happy because you’re making me happy,” Swift told fans before the song, per a fan-recorded clip. “So I figured you might want to hear this one, let me know.

As she sang mid-show, with an acoustic guitar in hand and wearing a red dress, Swift opened with “Getaway Car,” joking with fans that she realized she had “chosen correctly” with her secret track.

About halfway through, Swift launched into the chorus of her Folklore standout “august,” prompting even more screams from the unsuspecting crowd, before again throwing them a curveball with “The Other Side of the Door.”
The remainder of Swift’s surprise set also included a performance of “This is Me Trying” on piano, another track fans aren’t used to hearing on the setlist.

Just a day before, during Swift’s Friday gig in Melbourne, the Tortured Poets Department singer debuted her fan-favorite Midnights ballad “You’re Losing Me.” Swift described the song as “one of my favorites” before sitting down at the piano for the moving rendition.

The pop superstar’s show at the Melbourne stadium also marked her biggest audience to date, as it was her first time performing in front of 96,000 fans — a fact she acknowledged during Friday’s performance.

“This is the biggest show that we have done on this tour or any tour I have ever done,” she said to the audience in a clip shared on X (formerly known as Twitter).

“That’s the version you get of me tonight, the version that’s completely starstruck by the fact that so many of you wanted to hang out with us on a Friday night in Melbourne,” Swift added.

Surprise songs aside, Swifties have a lot to be grateful for this year. From the singer’s Grammy wins (including her fourth album of the year trophy) to the announcement of her upcoming album The Tortured Poets Department, it’s been a busy 2024 for Swift.

Swift’s upcoming LP, set to drop in April, features a song named “Clara Bow,” which shares the namesake of the famous late actress. Bow’s family — specifically her great-granddaughters, Nicole Sisneros and Brittany Grace Bell — told PEOPLE that they were stunned when Swift revealed the tracklist.

“We could not believe it,” Sisneros said. “We were shocked and then the intrigue set in because no one from our family has been contacted or knew about this prior. We found out via the Instagram post like everybody else.”

“[During her Grammy speech Swift] said she was working on this the past two years so [we] just want to know what prompted it and where the connection is coming from,” she added.

Sinsneros also explained that she even took her oldest daughter to the Eras Tour, and that she was “excited and looking forward to telling her little friends” about her familial ties to Swift’s upcoming LP.

The Tortured Poets Department is set to arrive on April 19.