Taylor Swift ‘1989’ US Tour Ends: Singer Dresses As ‘Frozen’s Olaf And Welcomes Idina Menzel On Stage For Halloween Concert

The U.S. leg of Taylor Swift’s sold out “1989 World Tour” has officially ended. The singer promised her Tampa fans the night of their lives for the sold-out finale, and from all accounts, she delivered.

Over 55,000 Taylor Swift fans packed into Raymond James Stadium Saturday night to see the singer perform the final U.S. show. Many were dressed in full costume, as it was the night of Halloween, and to accompany those costumes, every fan received a bracelet that lit up to the beat of Swift’s songs, the Tampa Tribune reports. The bracelets were given out so that Swift could see everyone in the audience as she had a night Taylor said she would remember for the rest of her life.

TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 31: Fans react to Taylor Swift as she performs on her "The 1989 World Tour" at Raymond James Stadium on October 31, 2015 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Tim Boyles/Getty Images for TAS) Fans, wearing their “blink to the beat” bracelets, cheered on Taylor Swift as she performed during the 1989 US Tour Finale at Raymond James Stadium. [Photo by Tim Boyles/Getty Images for TAS]“This has been not only the most exciting time of my career,” Swift said to the massive crowd, “it’s been the most exciting time of my life.”

“Feelings EVERYWHERE,” Taylor tweeted before the show.

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The Halloween concert began with Australian folk singer Vance Joy dressed in a pirate costume to pay homage to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

“I don’t usually dress like this,” he said to the crowd. “I think this is the only time in my life this will happen, so I’m just going to enjoy it. Soak it in.”

TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 31: Vance Joy performs on Taylor Swift's "The 1989 World Tour" at Raymond James Stadium on October 31, 2015 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Tim Boyles/Getty Images for TAS) Vance Joy, an Australian folkster, performed on Taylor Swift’s “The 1989 World Tour” at Raymond James Stadium dressed in a pirate costume. [Photo by Tim Boyles/Getty Images for TAS]However, Vance wasn’t the only one to sport a costume. After performing a few hits from her five-time platinum album, 1989, Swift revealed a costume of her own and welcomed a special guest to go along with it.

Taylor Swift’s costume of choice was none other than Olaf from Disney’s massive hit Frozen, and Idina Menzel, dressed as Elsa, dropped by to perform the movie’s hit song, “Let It Go,” as Taylor’s reindeer-clad dancers sat in the background.

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Menzel posted a small video of the performance to Twitter Saturday night, saying that it was an “out of body experience.”

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In the middle of “Let It Go,” both Taylor and Idina, with the reindeer’s assistance, ripped off their costumes for somewhat sexier attire, which can be seen in a second video posted by Taylor Nation.

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The duet was definitely the show stopping performance of the night, something fans have come to expect because Taylor has brought out a “special guest” to sing a duet with her every single night of the “1989 World Tour.”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, artists such as Selena Gomez, Justin Timberlake, and Keith Urban have all been featured guests during Swift’s tour, as well as rock legends like Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler.

While the U.S. portion of Swift’s tour is complete, after a short break, Taylor will travel to Asia and Australia to finish the remaining shows. According to Swift’s website, she is scheduled to perform several shows in Singapore, China, and Australia.

The question is, will Taylor Swift continue treating fans with star-studded guest appearances while abroad?

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