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Taylor Swift Setlist The Definitive Guide for her Concerts

Taylor Swift Setlist The 1989 World Tour.

taylor swift 1989 world tour concert setlist
Swift’s The 1989 World Tour was in support of her fifth studio album, 1989. The 1989 World Tour was her fourth major concert tour.

The 1989 World Tour started on May 5, 2015, and ended on December 12, 2015. The tour had six legs and totaled eighty-five concert dates. Sixty-three North American, Eight in Europe, Seven in Asia as well as Oceania.

1989 World Tour grossed $250.7 million dollars and had a total attendance of 2,278,647 fans Taylor Swift Fans. The 1989 World Tour was the highest-grossing tour in the world in 2015.

Taylor Swift The 1989 World Tour Setlist Statistics By Album.

The Taylor Swift 1989 Tour Setlist combined songs from her albums, covers, and other original material.

Her setlist included 26.2% from Fearless. Taylor Swift 21.1%. Speak Now 19.2%. Red 14.7%. 1989 14.4%. covers 3%.

Average Taylor Swift Setlist for her The 1989 World Tour

“Welcome to New York.”
“New Romantics.”
“Blank Space.”
“I Knew You Were Trouble.”
“I Wish You Would.”
“How You Get the Girl.”
“I Know Places.”
“All You Had to Do Was Stay.”
“You Are in Love.”
“Clean.”
“Love Story.”
“Style.”
“This Love.”
“Bad Blood.”
“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
“Enchanted” / “Wildest Dreams.”
“Out of the Woods.”
“Shake It Off.”


Taylor Swift Setlist The Red Tour.

taylor swift setlist red tour
Taylor Swift’s “The Red Tour” was her third concert tour and was in support of her fourth studio album “Red.”

The concert tour started on March 13, 2013, in Omaha at the CenturyLink Center Omaha and ended June 11, 2014, in Kuala Lumpur at the Stadium Putra.

The Red Tour grossed $150.2 million dollars with a total attendance of 1,702,933. All eighty-six concert dates sold out and it was the first time Taylor toured Muslim countries including Malaysia and Indonesia.

Taylor Swift Red Concert Tour Setlist Statistics By Album.

Her setlist for the Red Tour included 68.5% from her album Red. 14.4% from Fearless. 13.8% from Speak Now. 1.6% were covers and 1.5% from Taylor Swift.

Average Taylor Swift Setlist for her Red Tour:

“State of Grace.”
“Holy Ground.”
“Red.”
“You Belong with Me.”
“The Lucky One.”
“Mean.”
“Stay Stay Stay.”
“22.”
“Starlight.”
“Everything Has Changed.”
“Begin Again.”
“Sparks Fly.”
“I Knew You Were Trouble.”
“All Too Well.”
“Love Story.”
“Treacherous.”
“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”


Taylor Swift Setlist Speak Now World Tour.

taylor swift setlist speak now tour
Speak Now World Tour was Taylor Swift’s second concert tour and was in support of her 2010 Speak Now album.

The tour was also referred to as the Speak Now World Tour 2011 and the Speak Now World Tour 2012.

The concert tour began on February 9, 2011, in at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore and ended on March 18, 2012, at Vector Arena in Auckland.

Her Speak Now tour grossed $123,678,576 and had a total attendance of 1,642,435. There were 110 concert dates on the four-legged tour.

Taylor Swift Speak Now Tour Setlist Statistics By Album.

Her setlist for the Speak Now Tour included 67.5% from the album “Speak Now.” 22.7% from Fearless. 4.7% from Taylor Swift. 4.4% of her songs were covers. 0.6% was from The Hunger Games: Original Motion Picture
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Average Taylor Swift Setlist from her Speak Now concert tour.

“Sparks Fly.”
“Mine.”
“The Story of Us.”
“Our Song.”
“Mean.”
“Back to December” (contains elements of “Apologize” and “You’re Not Sorry”).
“Better Than Revenge.”
“Speak Now.”
“Fearless” (contains elements of “Hey, Soul Sister” and “I’m Yours”).
“Last Kiss.”
“You Belong with Me.”
“Dear John.”
“Enchanted.”
“Haunted.”
“Long Live.”
Encore
“Fifteen.”
“Love Story.”


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