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Taylor Swift at KIIS FM Jingle Ball Concert
Taylor played at the December 5th KIIS FM Jingle Ball concert at the Los Angeles Staples Center along with 5 Seconds of Summer, Ariana Grande, Sam Smith, Pharrell and many other acts. Swift also performed at the 2012 KIIS FM Jingle Ball Concert when it was at the Nokia LA Live along with Justin Bieber, Jonas Brothers and Maroon 5. You can purchase KIIS Jingle Ball Tickets today.
Taylor Swift Concert Tours
The "1989" tour will see Taylor playing before some very big crowds including her stop at the Levis Stadium which holds over 75,000 fans, The Taylor Swift Staples Center concert being four nights will hit 72,000, the Denver Pepsi Center concerts will be two nights totaling almost 50,000 fans and the AT&T Stadium concert in
Dallas TX holds over 105,000 Swift Fans.
Taylor Swift has come a long way since her first concert tour for her album Fearless which she played over 106 total concerts including select dates opening for Keith Urban who was on his "Escape Together" world tour. The Fearless tour lasted from April 23rd 2009 till July 2010 and had 91 concerts in North America and had Kellie Pickler and Gloriana opening for her. During the UK leg of the Fearless Tour Justin Bieber joined her and had surprise guests Faith Hill for her May 22th performance at the Los Angeles Staples Center as well as John Mayer and Katy Perry for her April 15th return show to the Staples Center.
Her "Speak Now" World tour from 2011 to March of 2012 had 110 performances around the world including 80 in North America and 12 in Oceania. During the tour Taylor would right different song lyrics as well as occasionally different quotes from speeches and movies as a sort of "nightly mood ring". Taylor played multiple sold out performances in different cities including five nights in Newark at the Prudential Center, five nights in Melbourne at the Rod Laver Arena, three nights in Auckland New Zealand at the Victor Arena as well as
Taylor Swift at Staples Center in Los Angeles which four sold out concerts as well. All in all her tour grossed 123 million dollars. The Speak now tour placed fifth in billboard's top 25 tours for 2011.
Her last tour "The Red Tour" played slightly less amount of concerts, she only preformed 66 times in North America as the tour went from March 13th 2013 to June 12th 2014. Although she preformed less concerts the Red Tour was her most successful earning over $150 million do mostly because she performed at Stadiums and larger Arenas such as Ford Field in Detroitwhich held 48,000, Rogers Center in Toronto 87,000 the Metlife Stadium in Philadephia packing in 101,000 as well as Gillette Stadium in Foxborough which held 110,000. In
Los Angles Taylor Swift played the four sold out nights at the Staples Center.
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