Taylor Swift had one amazing night at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards as she dominated them. Taylor won eight Billboard Awards including the top honors of “Top Artist” of the year. Swift also brought home the Billboard 200 award for Top 200 Album of the year for her “1989” as well as Top Female Artist of the year.
The Taylor Swift concert tour for “The 1989” is in full swing and and so we thought we would bring you Taylor Swift’s Top 10 Songs in concert! Taylor is on her fourth world concert tour. Her “Fearless Tour” played 105 shows for 2009-2010. Her “Speak Now World Tour” played 110 shows between 2011-2012. Her “Red Tour” played 86 shows from 2013-2014. Her “The 1989 World Tour” will be well over 115 show around the world when she done in 2016.
Taylor Swift has released five albums in so far in her short career. Taylor Swift (2006)Fearless (2008) Speak Now (2010) Red (2012) 1989 (2014). To date Swift has released 111 song’s including singles and covers of other artist’s songs as well as her own songs. So choosing Taylor Swift’s top 10 songs by itself is tough as everyone has their own taste and each one of Taylor Swifts songs might mean something different personally to someone. Taylor Swifts top 10 songs might be different even then the top 10 songs she has won awards with. Knowing her fans the best we looked at the Taylor Swift top 10 songs she has played live and in concert so far. This is based on over 638 Taylor Swift performances be it in concert, award show or at an event. So without further ado.
Taylor Swift’s Top 10 Songs Played In Concert
1 Love Story 388 times.
2 Our Song 381 times.
3 You Belong with Me 351 times.
4 Should’ve Said No 271 times.
Tim McGraw 271 times.
Picture to Burn 271 times.
7 Teardrops on My Guitar 268 times.
8 Fearless 254 times.
9 Fifteen 239 times.
10 Sparks Fly 209 times.
Here is a list of Taylor Swifts Top 10 Songs she has covered.
1 Eminem Tickets 26 times. Taylor covered “Lose Yourself”.
2 Rihanna Tickets 10 times. Taylor covered “Take A Bow”.
3 Jesse McCartney 7 times. Taylor covered “Leavin”.
4 Beyoncé Tickets 6 times. Taylor covered “Irreplaceable”.
Jimmy Eat World 6 times. Taylor covered “The Middle”.
John Waite 6 times. Taylor covered “Missing You”.
7 Tim McGraw 4 times. Taylor covered “Highway Don’t Care”.
Nelly 4 Times. Taylor covered “Hey Porsche”.
Bon Jovi Tickets 4 times. Taylor covered “Livin on a Prayer”.
Alan Jackson 4 times. Taylor covered “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning”.
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The Bon Jovi tour begins Feb. 9 in Uncasville, Conn., and will play mostly arenas in North America, though there are several stadium shows on the route, including a two-night stand at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., the band’s home state. The band will also play Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass., and Ford Field in Detroit.
Bon Jovi Tour Dates
Bon Jovi 2013 “Because We Can – The Tour” North American dates:
Feb 09: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun)
Feb 10: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
Feb 13: Montreal (Bell Centre)
Feb 14: Montreal (Bell Centre)
Feb 17: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
Feb 18: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
Feb 20: Ottawa, ONT (Scotiabank Place)
Feb 21: Pittsburgh (Consol Energy Center)
Feb 27: Atlanta (Philips Arena)
Mar 01: Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Bay Times Forum)
Mar 02: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (BB&T Center)
Mar 05: Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)
Mar 06: Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)
Mar 09: Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)
Mar 10: Columbus (Nationwide Arena)
Mar 13: St Louis (Scottrade Center)
Mar 14: Louisville, Ky. (KFC Yum! Center)
Mar 16: Oklahoma City (Chesapeake Energy Arena)
Apr 02: Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)
Apr 03: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)
Apr 05: Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centre)
Apr 07: St Paul, Minn. (Xcel Energy Center)
Apr 10: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center)
Apr 11: Dallas (American Airlines Center)
Apr 13: Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)
Apr 14: Des Moines, Iowa (Wells Fargo Arena)
Apr 16: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Apr 17: Salt Lake City (EnergySolutions Arena)
Apr 19: Los Angeles (Staples Center)
Apr 20: Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
Apr 23: Glendale, Ariz. (Jobing.com Arena)
Apr 25: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)
Jul 12: Chicago (Soldier Field)
Jul 24: East Rutherford, N.J. (MetLife Stadium)
Jul 25: East Rutherford, N.J. (MetLife Stadium)
The tour will also hit the following cities, with additional details to come:
Here are the top five touring acts of 2010. While they are all big names, you may be a bit surprised at some of the names on it.
5. The Black Eyed Peas- $81.6 million
It seems that everything that the Black Eyed Peas touches in recent years has turned to gold. Or Platinum, whatever. The Black Eyed Peas World Tour in 2010 sold out all 82 dates that they had. And everyone had a “Goodnight” (oooh hooo).
4. Lady Gaga- $116.2 million concert tour
It can be argued that Lady Gaga is the biggest star in the muscle universe today. Her 2010 Fame Monster World Tour (which is actually still going on as we speak) sold out 101 of 122 shows last year. Of course, a lot of the $116 million that she received when back into production costs (Gaga is never understated), she’s still doing pretty good for herself.
3. AC/DC- $122.6 million on their concert tour
One of the most iconic hard rock bands of the last half centuries, AC/DC‘s 2010 stadium dates found the band playing to over 1.15 million people in 28 shows. With a number “Black Ice” hitting number one recently, it can be argued that AC/DC is as popular, if not popular, then it as ever been. Purchase AC/DC Tickets today.
2. U2- $131.5 million on their concert tour
To be honest, the only reason why U2 isn’t number one on this list is because they had to cancel a full North American tour thanks to Bono’s back issues. In fact, U2 was able to make all their money with only 22 dates (and 22 sell outs). Expect the band to take up the top spot in 2011 with their rescheduled North American tour.
1. Bon Jovi- $146.5 million on their concert tour
While they may not be the flashiest or the most beloved band in rock, Bon Jovi is quite possibly the most consistent. Regardless of whether they release a new album or not, they hit the road almost every year. And their fans keeping buying tickets, with 69 sell outs in 69 dates. Though the band is going to take the next couple of years off, they will hit the road again.