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Taylor Swift live performances
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Taylor Swift performing during The 1989 World Tour (2015). After completion, it grossed $250.7 million, becoming the highest grossing tour in the world in 2015.
Concert tours5
One-off concerts2
Music festivals20
Live performances166

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has performed on five concert tours, two one-off concerts, 20 music festivals, and 166 live events. She first promoted her debut album Taylor Swift, in 2006 and 2007, through performances at several award ceremonies and television shows, including the 42nd ACM Awards and Good Morning America.[1] She then served as an opening act for Rascal Flatts (2006),[2] George Strait (2007),[3] Brad Paisley (2007–08),[4][5] and Tim McGraw's & Faith Hill's joint tour (2007).[6]

In 2009 she embarked on her debut concert tour, the Fearless Tour, which visited North America, Europe, Australia and Asia, and grossed over $63 million.[7] She embarked on the Speak Now World Tour in 2011, which visited Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania. At the end of 2011, the tour was placed fourth on Pollstar's annual "Top 25 Worldwide Tours", earning $104.2 million with 100 shows.[8] This made it the highest-grossing tour for a female artist and for a solo artist in 2011. The tour ended in March 2012, and grossed over $123 million.[9]

Swift's next tours broke world records, with the 2013–14 The Red Tour grossing $150 million, becoming the highest-grossing tour by a country artist in history.[10] The The 1989 World Tour (2015) became Swift's highest grossing and most attended tour at the time, mobilizing 2,278,647 fans and grossing over US$250 million, it became the highest-grossing tour in 2015,[11] as well as one of the highest-grossing tours of the decade.[12] The 1989 World Tour grossed over US$199.4 million in North America alone, breaking the previous all-time high of $162 million set by The Rolling Stones in 2005, and Swift became the first female artist in music history to do so.[13] With her 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour, she topped her own gross and attendance counts set during The 1989 World Tour, with a $14 million take from 107,550 sold tickets at Levi's Stadium.[14] In North America, it grossed $202.3 million, thus breaking Swift's own record of the highest-grossing tour by a female artist in that continent, previously held by The 1989 World Tour, with fewer dates.[15]

Concert tours[edit]

Title Dates Associated album(s) Continent(s) Shows Gross Attendance Ref.
Fearless Tour April 23, 2009 – July 10, 2010 Fearless Australia
Asia
Europe
North America
118 $75,860,000 1,200,000 [7]
[16]
[17]
[18]
Fearless Tour setlist
  1. "You Belong with Me"
  2. "Our Song"
  3. "Tell Me Why"
  4. "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  5. "Fearless"
  6. "Forever & Always"
  7. "Hey Stephen"
  8. "Fifteen"
  9. "Tim McGraw"
  10. "White Horse"
  11. "Love Story"
  12. "The Way I Loved You"
  13. "You're Not Sorry" (contains an element of "What Goes Around...Comes Around")
  14. "Picture to Burn"
  15. "Change"
  16. "I'm Only Me When I'm With You" (with Kellie Pickler and Gloriana)
  17. "Today Was a Fairytale"
  18. "Should've Said No"
Speak Now World Tour February 9, 2011 – March 18, 2012 Speak Now Asia
Europe
North America
Oceania
110 $123,700,000 1,640,000 [8]
Speak Now World Tour setlist
  1. "Sparks Fly"
  2. "Mine"
  3. "The Story of Us"
  4. "Our Song"
  5. "Mean"
  6. "Back to December" (contains elements of "Apologize" and "You're Not Sorry")
  7. "Better Than Revenge"
  8. "Speak Now"
  9. "Fearless" (contains elements of "Hey, Soul Sister" and "I'm Yours")
  10. "Last Kiss"
  11. "You Belong with Me"
  12. "Dear John"
  13. "Enchanted"
  14. "Haunted
  15. "Long Live"
  16. "Fifteen"
  17. "Love Story"
The Red Tour March 13, 2013 – June 12, 2014 Red Asia
Europe
North America
Oceania
86 $150,200,000 1,700,000 [19]
[10]
The Red Tour setlist
  1. "State of Grace"
  2. "Holy Ground"
  3. "Red"
  4. "You Belong with Me"
  5. "The Lucky One"
  6. "Mean"
  7. "Stay Stay Stay"
  8. "22"
  9. "I Almost Do"
  10. "Everything Has Changed"
  11. "Begin Again"
  12. "Sparks Fly"
  13. "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  14. "All Too Well"
  15. "Love Story"
  16. "Treacherous"
  17. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
The 1989 World Tour May 5, 2015 – December 12, 2015 1989 Asia
Europe
North America
Oceania
85 $250,700,000 2,280,000 [11]
[12]
The 1989 World Tour setlist
  1. "Welcome to New York"
  2. "New Romantics"
  3. "Blank Space"
  4. "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  5. "I Wish You Would"
  6. "How You Get the Girl"
  7. "I Know Places"
  8. "All You Had to Do Was Stay"
  9. "You Are in Love"
  10. "Clean"
  11. "Love Story" (pop version)
  12. "Style"
  13. "This Love"
  14. "Bad Blood"
  15. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" (rock version)
  16. "Wildest Dreams" / "Enchanted"
  17. "Out of the Woods"
  18. "Shake It Off"
Reputation Stadium Tour May 8, 2018 – November 21, 2018 Reputation North America
Europe
Oceania
Asia
53 $345.7 million 2,880,000 (52 shows) [20]
[21]
Reputation Stadium Tour setlist

One-off concerts[edit]

Date Name Event City Performed song(s)
October 22, 2016 Taylor Swift Live in Concert United States Grand Prix Austin, Texas
February 4, 2017 Super Saturday Night: Taylor Swift NOW pre-Super Bowl concert Houston, Texas

Music festivals[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
June 4, 2009 BamaJam Enterprise, Alabama Fearless Tour setlist
June 24, 2009 Country USA Festival Oshkosh, Wisconsin Fearless Tour setlist
June 25, 2009 Chippewa Valley Country Fest Cadott, Wisconsin Fearless Tour setlist
July 9, 2009 Commonwealth Country Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Fearless Tour setlist
July 10, 2009 Craven Country Jamboree Craven, Saskatchewan, Canada Fearless Tour setlist
July 16, 2009 Country Thunder Festival Twin Lakes, Wisconsin Fearless Tour setlist
July 23, 2009 Cheyenne Frontier Days Cheyenne, Wyoming Fearless Tour setlist
July 25, 2009 North Dakota State Fair Minot, North Dakota Fearless Tour setlist
August 7, 2009 WE Fest Detroit Lakes, Minnesota Fearless Tour setlist
August 22, 2009 V Festival Chelmsford, Essex, England Fearless Tour setlist
August 23, 2009 V Festival Weston-under-Lizard, Staffordshire, England Fearless Tour setlist
May 29, 2010 Bayou Country Superfest Baton Rouge, Louisiana Fearless Tour setlist
July 10, 2010 Cavendish Beach Music Festival Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada Fearless Tour setlist
September 21, 2012 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival[24] Las Vegas, Nevada
August 12, 2013 CMA Music Festival 2013: Country's Night To Rock[25] Nashville, Tennessee
May 15, 2015 Rock in Rio USA[26] Las Vegas, Nevada
May 24, 2015 BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2015[27] Norwich, England
June 27, 2015 British Summer Time 2015[28] London, England The 1989 World Tour setlist
May 27, 2018 BBC Music's Biggest Weekend[29] Swansea, Wales
June 1, 2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango[30] Carson, California
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Delicate" (acoustic)
  • "Style"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Me!" (with Brendon Urie)

Live performances[edit]

Taylor Swift era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
October 24, 2006 Good Morning America[2] New York City "Tim McGraw"
October 24, 2006 The Megan Mullally Show[2] New York City "Tim McGraw"
November 23, 2006 NFL on Thanksgiving Day[2] Kansas City "The Star-Spangled Banner"
February 13, 2007 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno[31] Burbank, California "Tim McGraw"
May 15, 2007 42nd ACM Awards[32] Las Vegas "Tim McGraw"
August 21, 2007 America's Got Talent Season 2 Finale[33] Las Vegas "Teardrops on My Guitar" (with Julienne Irwin)
October 10, 2007 Live with Regis and Kelly New York City "Our Song"
November 7, 2007 CMA Awards 2007[34] Nashville, Tennessee "Our Song"
November 28, 2007 75th Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lightning[35] New York City "Silent Night"
December 25, 2007 The Today Show[36] Las Vegas
December 27, 2007 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2008[37] New York City
  • "Our Song"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
January 17, 2008 The Ellen DeGeneres Show[38] Burbank, California "Our Song"
April 14, 2008 2008 CMT Music Awards[39] Nashville, Tennessee "Picture to Burn"
April 29, 2008 Good Morning America[40] New York City
  • "Our Song"
  • "Picture to Burn"
May 18, 2008 43rd ACM Awards[41] Las Vegas "Should've Said No"
December 6, 2008 CMT Giants: Alan Jackson[42] Nashville, Tennessee "Drive (For Daddy Gene)"

Fearless era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
November 10, 2008 Good Morning America[43] New York City "Love Story"
November 10, 2008 Late Show with David Letterman[44] New York City "Fearless"
November 11, 2008 The Ellen DeGeneres Show[45] Burbank, California
November 12, 2008 2008 CMA Awards[46] Nashville, Tennessee "Love Story"
November 23, 2008 2008 American Music Awards[47] Los Angeles, California "White Horse"
December 3, 2008 51st Grammy Nominations Concert[48] Los Angeles, California
December 5, 2008 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno[49] Burbank, California
December 31, 2008 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2009[50] New York City
January 10, 2009 Saturday Night Live[51] New York City
  • "Love Story"
  • "Forever & Always"
February 8, 2009 51st Grammy Awards[52] Los Angeles "Fifteen" (with Miley Cyrus)
February 18, 2009 Loose Women[53] London, England "Love Story"
March 1, 2009 Florida Strawberry Festival[54][55] Plant City, Florida
March 14, 2009 Sound Relief[56] Sydney, Australia
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Change"
April 5, 2009 44th ACM Awards[57] Las Vegas
May 5, 2009 Later... with Jools Holland[58] London, England "Love Story"
May 8, 2009 The Paul O'Grady Show[59] London "Teardrops on My Guitar"
May 29, 2009 The Today Show[60] New York City
  • "Love Story"
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Our Song"
June 16, 2009 2009 CMT Music Awards[61] Nashville, Tennessee
August 21, 2009 GMTV[62] New York City "You Belong With Me"
September 13, 2009 2009 MTV Video Music Awards[63] New York City "You Belong With Me"
September 15, 2009 The View[64] New York City "You Belong With Me"
October 27, 2009 Dancing with the Stars U.S. Season 9[65] Los Angeles
November 7, 2009 Saturday Night Live[66] New York City
  • "The Monologue Song (La La La)"
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Untouchable"
November 11, 2009 2009 CMA Awards[67] Nashville, Tennessee
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Fifteen"
November 18, 2009 The Paul O'Grady Show[68] London "Fifteen"
January 22, 2010 Hope for Haiti Now[69] Los Angeles "Breathless"
January 31, 2010 52nd Grammy Awards[70] Los Angeles
February 17, 2010 Sukkiri Morning Show[71] Tokyo, Japan "You Belong with Me"
February 18, 2010 So You Think You Can Dance Australia Season 3[72] Sydney, Australia "You Belong with Me"
February 28, 2010 Music Japan Overseas[73] Tokyo, Japan "You Belong with Me"
April 18, 2010 45th ACM Awards[74] Las Vegas "Change"

Speak Now era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
September 9, 2010 2010 NFL Kickoff Game[75] New Orleans, Louisiana
  • "Mine"
  • "You Belong with Me"
September 12, 2010 2010 MTV Video Music Awards[76] Los Angeles "Innocent"
October 5, 2010 X Factor Italy Season 4[77] Milan, Italy "Mine"
October 19, 2010 Le Grand Journal[78] Cannes, France "Mine"
October 26, 2010 The Today Show[79] New York City
October 26, 2010 Late Show with David Letterman[80] New York City "Speak Now"
October 27, 2010 Live with Regis and Kelly[81] New York City "Mine"
November 1, 2010 The Ellen DeGeneres Show[82] Burbank, California
November 2, 2010 Dancing with the Stars U.S. Season 11[83] Los Angeles
  • "Mine"
  • "White Horse"
November 10, 2010 2010 CMA Awards[84] Nashville, Tennessee "Back to December"
November 14, 2010 BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2010[85] London, England
  • "Love Story"
  • "Speak Know"
  • "Mine"
November 18, 2010 Zoom In[86] Tokyo, Japan "Mine"
November 19, 2010 Music Station[87] Tokyo, Japan "Mine"
November 21, 2010 2010 American Music Awards[88] Los Angeles, California "Back to December" / "Apologize"
November 25, 2010 NBC's Thanksgiving Special: Taylor Swift - Speak Now[89] Los Angeles / New York City
January 21, 2011 Allure of the Seas[90] Cozumel, Mexico
April 3, 2011 46th ACM Awards[91] Las Vegas "Mean"
April 5, 2011 Live Lounge[92] London, England
May 11, 2011 The Ellen DeGeneres Show[93] Burbank, California "The Story of Us"
November 9, 2011 2011 CMA Awards[94] Nashville, Tennessee "Ours"
January 12, 2012 The Civil Wars concert[95] Nashville, Tennessee "Safe & Sound"
February 12, 2012 54th Grammy Awards[96] Los Angeles, California "Mean"
February 21, 2012 The Ellen DeGeneres Show[97] Burbank, California "Pumped Up Kicks" (with Zac Efron)

Red era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
September 6, 2012 2012 MTV Video Music Awards[98] Los Angeles, California "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
September 7, 2012 Stand Up to Cancer 2012[99] Los Angeles "Ronan"
September 13, 2012 TV Xuxa[100] Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Long Live"
October 7, 2012 BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2012[101] London, England
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Red"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
October 14, 2012 The X Factor UK Season 9[102] London "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
October 15, 2012 VH1 Storytellers[103] Claremont, California
October 23, 2012 The View[104] New York City "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
October 23, 2012 Late Show with David Letterman[105] New York City "Red"
October 23, 2012 Good Morning America[106] New York City
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Red"
  • "Love Story"
October 30, 2012 Dancing with the Stars U.S. Season 15[107] Los Angeles "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
November 1, 2012 2012 CMA Awards[108] Nashville, Tennessee "Begin Again"
November 11, 2012 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards[109] Frankfurt, Germany "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
November 15, 2012 The X Factor U.S. Season 2[110] Los Angeles "State of Grace"
November 18, 2012 2012 American Music Awards[111] Los Angeles, California "I Knew You Were Trouble"
November 20, 2012 Sukkiri Morning Show[112] Tokyo, Japan "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
November 25, 2012 The Today Show Australia[113] Sydney, Australia
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Red"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
November 29, 2012 2012 ARIA Music Awards[114] Sydney, Australia "I Knew You Were Trouble"
December 15, 2012 Schlag den Raab [115] Cologne, Germany "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
December 31, 2012 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2013[116] New York City
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
January 24, 2013 2012 Los Premios 40 Principales[117] Madrid, Spain
  • "Love Story"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
January 26, 2013 NRJ Music Awards 2013[118] Cannes, France "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
January 28, 2013 Le Grand Journal[119] Paris, France "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
January 28, 2013 Taylor Swift - Live on The Seine[120] Paris, France
  • "Red"
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "22"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
February 10, 2013 55th Grammy Awards[121] Los Angeles, California "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
February 20, 2013 2013 Brit Awards[122] London, England "I Knew You Were Trouble"
February 22, 2013 The Graham Norton Show[123] London, England "I Knew You Were Trouble"
March 9, 2013 Let's Dance for Comic Relief Season 5[124] London, England "22"
April 7, 2013 48th ACM Awards[125] Las Vegas "Highway Don't Care" (Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban)
May 19, 2013 Tim McGraw's Superstar Summer Night[126] Las Vegas "Highway Don't Care" (Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban)
May 19, 2013 2013 Billboard Music Awards[127] Las Vegas "22"
June 5, 2013 2013 CMT Music Awards[128] Nashville, Tennessee "Red"
June 8, 2013 Britain's Got Talent Season 7 Finale[129] London, England "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran)
July 4, 2013 Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular 2013[130] New York City
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran) (performances recorded live at The Red Tour show in Arlington, Texas, on May 25, 2013)
November 3, 2013 The X Factor UK Season 10[131] London "The Last Time" (feat. Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol)
November 6, 2013 2013 CMA Awards[132] Nashville, Tennessee "Red (2013 CMA Awards Performance)" (featuring Alison Krauss, Edgar Meyer, Eric Darken, Sam Bush and Vince Gill)
November 27, 2013 Winter Whites Gala 2013[133] London
December 10, 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013[134] New York City
January 26, 2014 56th Grammy Awards[135] Los Angeles, California "All Too Well"

1989 era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
August 24, 2014 2014 MTV Video Music Awards[136] Inglewood, California "Shake It Off"
September 4, 2014 2014 German Radio Awards[137] Marl, Germany "Shake It Off"
September 19, 2014 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival[138] Las Vegas
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "22"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Shake It Off"
October 6, 2014 Le Grand Journal[139] Paris, France "Shake It Off"
October 7, 2014 C à vous[140] Paris, France "Shake It Off"
October 9, 2014 BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge[141] London, England
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Riptide"
October 12, 2014 The X Factor UK Season 11[142] London, England "Shake It Off"
October 19, 2014 BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2014[143] London, England "Love Story" (Taken from BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge)
October 20, 2014 The X Factor Australia Season 6[144] Sydney, Australia "Shake It Off"
October 23, 2014 Jimmy Kimmel Live![145] Los Angeles, California
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble" (not broadcast)
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" (not broadcast)
October 24, 2014 We Can Survive 2014[146] Los Angeles, California
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Shake It Off"
October 24, 2014 Alan Carr: Chatty Man[147] London, England "Shake It Off"
October 27, 2014 The Ellen DeGeneres Show[148] Burbank, California
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Out of the Woods"
October 27, 2014 Taylor Swift's 1989 Secret Session with iHeartRadio[149] New York City
October 28, 2014 Late Show with David Letterman[150] New York City "Welcome to New York"
October 30, 2014 Good Morning America[151] New York City
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Shake It Off"
November 5, 2014 Mezamashi TV[152] Tokyo, Japan "Shake It Off"
November 6, 2014 Sukkiri Morning Show[153] Tokyo, Japan "Shake It Off"
November 7, 2014 SONGS[154] Tokyo, Japan
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
November 23, 2014 2014 American Music Awards[155] Los Angeles, California "Blank Space"
November 25, 2014 The Voice U.S. Season 7[156] New York City "Blank Space"
December 5, 2014 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2014: KIIS-FM's Jingle Ball 2014[157] Los Angeles
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Shake It Off"
December 7, 2014 Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball 2014[158] London, England
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Shake It Off"
December 9, 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2014[159] London
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Style"
December 12, 2014 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2014: Z100 Jingle's Ball 2014[160] Los Angeles
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Shake It Off"
December 31, 2014 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2014[161] New York City
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "Shake It Off"
February 16, 2015 Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special After Party[162] New York City
February 25, 2015 2015 Brit Awards[163] London "Blank Space"
March 29, 2015 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards[164] Los Angeles "Ghosttown" (Acoustic with Madonna on vocals and Swift on the guitar)
September 30, 2015 Swift's Attendance Record-Breaking Exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum[165] Los Angeles
December 3, 2015 Nova's Red Room: Taylor Swift on Hamilton Island[166] Hamilton, Australia
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Wildest Dreams"
  • "Shake It Off"
February 15, 2016 58th Grammy Awards[167] Los Angeles, California "Out of the Woods"
February 20, 2016 Britany Maack's Wedding[168] Bern Township, Pennsylvania
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Blank Space"
March 19, 2016 Reese Witherspoon's 40th Birthday Party[169] Los Angeles, California "Shake It Off" (with Keith Urban)
June 4, 2016 Taylor Swift Crashes a Fan's Wedding[170] Beach Haven, New Jersey "Blank Space"

Reputation era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
November 9, 2017 ABC World Premiere Performance[171] Watch Hill, Rhode Island "New Year's Day"
November 10, 2017 SiriusXM Fishbowl[172] New York City
November 11, 2017 Saturday Night Live[173] New York City
November 13, 2017 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon[174] New York City "New Year's Day" (Acoustic)
December 1, 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017: KIIS-FM's Jingle Ball 2017[175] Inglewood, California
December 2, 2017 99.7'Now!'s Poptopia[176] San Jose, California
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "End Game" (with Ed Sheeran)
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
December 7, 2017 B96 Chicago and Pepsi Jingle Bash 2017[177] Chicago
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "Gorgeous"
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
December 8, 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017: Z100 Jingle Ball[178] New York City
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "End Game" (with Ed Sheeran)
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
December 10, 2017 Jingle Bell Ball 2017[179] London
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "Gorgeous"
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
March 1, 2018 Spotify Singles[180] Nashville
March 31, 2018 Bluebird Café Easter Eve concert[181] Nashville
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Better Man"
  • "Love Story" (filmed for a documentary in honor of Bluebird Cafe’s 35th anniversary)
May 7, 2018 University of Phoenix Stadium Charity adoptee concert[182] Glendale, Arizona
October 9, 2018 2018 American Music Awards[183] Los Angeles "I Did Something Bad"
December 5, 2018 5th The Ally Coalition Talent Show[184] New York City "Delicate" (Acoustic with Hayley Kiyoko)
February 23, 2019 Alexander Goldschmidt's Engagement Party[185] Los Angeles "King of My Heart" (Acoustic)
April 23, 2019 Time 100 Gala[186] New York City
  • "Style"
  • "Delicate"
  • "Love Story"
  • "New Year's Day"
  • "Shake it Off"

Lover era[edit]

Date Event City Performed song(s)
May 1, 2019 2019 Billboard Music Awards[187] Las Vegas, Nevada "Me!" (with Brendon Urie)
May 21, 2019 The Voice U.S. Season 16[188] Los Angeles "Me!" (with Brendon Urie)
May 22, 2019 Germany's Next Topmodel Season 14[189] Düsseldorf, Germany "Me!"
May 24, 2019 The Graham Norton Show[190] London "Me!"
May 25, 2019 The Voice: la plus belle voix Season 8[191] Paris, France
June 14, 2019 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Stonewall Riots[192] New York City "Shake It Off" (Acoustic with Jesse Tyler Ferguson)
July 10, 2019 Amazon Prime Day Concert 2019[193] New York City
August 22, 2019 Good Morning America[194] New York City TBA
August 26, 2019 2019 MTV Video Music Awards[195] Newark, New Jersey TBA

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