List of Taylor Swift live performances

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Taylor Swift live performances
Swift performing onstage wearing a rhinestoned bodysuit
Swift on the Eras Tour (2023)
Concert tours6
Festivals40
Award shows50
TV shows and specials95
Radio shows and specials9
Benefit concerts13
Sporting events8
Other live performances33

The American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has headlined six concert tours to support her albums. She has additionally performed in various festivals, awards shows, benefit concerts, and sporting events, as well as on TV and radio.

Swift promoted her self-titled debut album in 2006–2008 by touring as an opening act for the country musicians Rascal Flatts, George Strait, Brad Paisley, and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. In spring 2009, she promoted her second studio album, Fearless (2008), by headlining various US festivals and a promotional tour in Australia[1] before embarking on her first headlining concert tour, the Fearless Tour (2009–2010).[2] It visited six countries and grossed over $66 million from 118 shows.[3] The Speak Now World Tour, which supported Swift's third studio album Speak Now (2010), followed in 2011–2012, covering 110 shows and visiting 18 territories across Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania.[3] It was the highest-grossing tour by a female artist and by a solo artist of 2011[4] and grossed over $123 million in total.[3]

The Red Tour (2013–14), which supported Red (2012), became the highest-grossing country tour after its completion with $150 million grossed from 86 shows in 12 countries.[5] It was her last headlining tour as a country artist.[6] The 1989 World Tour (2015), which supported 1989 (2014), encompassed 85 dates in 11 countries and was the highest-grossing tour of 2015 with $250 million.[3][7] Its North American shows grossed $199.4 million and surpassed the Rolling Stones' 2005 record.[8] This record was broken by Swift's 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour, which supported Reputation (2017)—its North American leg grossed $202.3 million and set the record for the highest-grossing North American tour of all time.[9]

Since March 2023, Swift has embarked on her ongoing concert tour, the Eras Tour, which will have covered 152 dates upon its conclusion in December 2024.[10] It is the first concert tour in history to surpass $1 billion in box score revenue.[11]

Concert tours[edit]

Headlining[edit]

List of concert tours, showing dates, associated album(s), number of shows, and relevant statistics[3]
Title Dates Associated album(s) Countries/Territories Shows Attendance Gross Adjusted gross
(in 2024 dollar)
Ref.
Fearless Tour April 23, 2009 – July 10, 2010 Fearless 118 1,200,000 $66,500,000 $92,915,306 [12]
Speak Now World Tour February 9, 2011 – March 18, 2012 Speak Now 110 1,640,000 $123,700,000 $164,168,314 [4]
The Red Tour March 13, 2013 – June 12, 2014 Red
86 1,700,000 $150,200,000 $193,313,354 [5]
The 1989 World Tour May 5, 2015 – December 12, 2015 1989
  • Japan
  • United States
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Scotland
  • England
  • Ireland
  • Canada
  • Singapore
  • China
  • Australia
85 2,280,000 $250,700,000 $322,253,152 [7]
Reputation Stadium Tour May 8, 2018 – November 21, 2018 Reputation
  • United States
  • England
  • Ireland
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Japan
53 2,939,000 $345,700,000 $419,457,885 [13]
The Eras Tour March 17, 2023 – present Various
152 4,350,000[a] $1,039,263,762[a] $1,082,044,463 [15]

Promotional[edit]

List of promotional concert tours, showing dates and relevant information
Title Dates Countries/Territories Description Ref.
Taylor Swift's First Australian Tour March 5 – 14, 2009 Australia Swift's promotional concert tour in support of her second studio album, Fearless (2008), in Australia. It visited Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. The Australian country singer Morgan Evans was the opening act. [16]

As opening act[edit]

List of concert tours as opening act, showing dates and headlining artist(s)
Title Dates Headlining artist(s) Countries/Territories Ref.
Me and My Gang Tour October – November 2006 Rascal Flatts United States [17]
George Strait's 2007 Tour January – March 2007 George Strait [18][19]
Bonfires and Amplifiers Tour April – November 2007 Brad Paisley [20][21]
Soul2Soul II Tour July 2007 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill [22]
Bob That Head Tour June – September 2008 Rascal Flatts [23]
Escape Together World Tour June – August 2009 Keith Urban [24][25]

Festivals[edit]

List of festival performances, showing dates, locations, and performed songs where available
Date Event City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
August 18, 2007 Trails West! St. Joseph United States [26]
August 9, 2008 WE Fest Detroit Lakes United States
[27]
October 12, 2008 Chicago Country Music Festival[b] Chicago United States
  • "I'm Only Me When I'm with You"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Change"
  • "Stay Beautiful"
  • "A Place in This World"
[28]
March 1, 2009 Florida Strawberry Festival Plant City United States
[29]
March 7, 2009 CMC Rocks the Snowys Thredbo Australia
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Tell Me Why"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Hey Stephen"
  • "White Horse"
  • "Leavin'"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Fearless"
  • "Tim McGraw"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Change"
  • "Picture to Burn"
[30]
June 4, 2009 BamaJam[c] Enterprise United States
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Should've Said No"
[31]
June 14, 2009 CMA Music Festival Nashville United States
[32]
June 24, 2009 Country USA Festival[c] Oshkosh United States [33]
June 25, 2009 Chippewa Valley Country Fest[c] Cadott United States [34]
July 10, 2009 Craven Country Jamboree[c] Craven Canada
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Teardrops On My Guitar"
  • "Fearless"
  • "Forever and Always"
  • "Tim McGraw"
  • "You're Not Sorry"
  • "Picture to Burn"
  • "Love Story"
[35]
July 16, 2009 Country Thunder Festival[c] Twin Lakes United States
  • "Love Story"
  • "You Belong with Me"
[36]
July 23, 2009 Cheyenne Frontier Days[c] Cheyenne United States [37]
July 25, 2009 North Dakota State Fair[c] Minot United States [38]
August 7, 2009 WE Fest[c] Detroit Lakes United States
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Tim McGraw"
  • "White Horse"
[39]
August 22, 2009 V Festival[c] Chelmsford England [40]
August 23, 2009 Staffordshire
December 11, 2009 Z100 Jingle Ball New York United States
[41]
May 29, 2010 Bayou Country Superfest Baton Rouge United States [42]
July 10, 2010 Cavendish Beach Music Festival Cavendish Canada [43]
August 8, 2010 Summer Sonic Festival Chiba Japan
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Fearless"
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Fifteen"
  • "Today Was a Fairytale"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Picture to Burn"
[44]
June 12, 2011 CMA Music Festival Nashville United States
[45]
September 21, 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival Las Vegas United States
[46]
December 1, 2012 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2012: KIIS-FM's Jingle Ball 2012 Los Angeles United States
[47]
December 7, 2012 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2012: Z100 Jingle's Ball 2012 New York United States
  • "State of Grace"
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran)
  • "Love Story"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
[48]
June 6, 2013 CMA Music Festival Nashville United States
[49]
September 19, 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival Las Vegas United States
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "22"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Shake It Off"
[50]
December 5, 2014 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2014 Los Angeles United States
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Shake It Off"
[51]
December 7, 2014 Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball 2014 London England
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Shake It Off"
[52]
December 12, 2014 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2014: Z100 Jingle's Ball 2014 New York United States
[53]
May 15, 2015 Rock in Rio USA Winchester United States
[54]
May 24, 2015 BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend Norwich England
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Style"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Bad Blood"
  • "Shake It Off"
[55]
June 27, 2015 British Summer Time[d] London England
  • "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"
  • "Wildest Dreams" / "Enchanted"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Shake It Off"
[57]
December 1, 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017: KIIS-FM's Jingle Ball 2017 Inglewood United States
[58]
December 7, 2017 B96 Chicago and Pepsi Jingle Bash 2017 Chicago United States
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "Gorgeous"
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
[59]
December 10, 2017 Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball 2017 London England
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "Gorgeous"
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
[60]
December 8, 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017: Z100 Jingle Ball New York United States
  • "...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"
[61]
May 27, 2018 BBC Music's Biggest Weekend Swansea Wales
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Gorgeous"
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
  • "Delicate"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
[62]
June 1, 2019 Wango Tango Carson United States
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Delicate"
  • "Style"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Me!" (with Brendon Urie)
[63]
December 8, 2019 Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball 2019 London England
[64]
December 13, 2019 Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2019 New York United States
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Me!"
  • "Lover"
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
  • "Christmas Tree Farm"
  • "Shake It Off"
[65]

Award shows[edit]

List of awards show performances, showing event names, dates, locations, and performed songs
Date Event[e] City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
May 15, 2007 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards Las Vegas United States "Tim McGraw" [66]
November 7, 2007 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards Nashville United States "Our Song" [67]
April 14, 2008 CMT Music Awards Nashville United States "Picture to Burn" [68]
May 18, 2008 ACM Awards Las Vegas United States "Should've Said No" [69]
November 12, 2008 CMA Awards Nashville United States "Love Story" [70]
November 23, 2008 American Music Awards Los Angeles United States "White Horse" [71]
February 8, 2009 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States "Fifteen" (with Miley Cyrus) [72]
April 5, 2009 ACM Awards Las Vegas United States
[73]
June 16, 2009 CMT Music Awards Nashville United States
[74]
September 13, 2009 MTV Video Music Awards New York United States "You Belong With Me" [75]
November 11, 2009 CMA Awards Nashville United States
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Fifteen"
[76]
January 31, 2010 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States
[77]
April 18, 2010 ACM Awards Las Vegas United States "Change" [78]
September 12, 2010 MTV Video Music Awards Los Angeles United States "Innocent" [79]
November 10, 2010 CMA Awards Nashville United States "Back to December" [80]
November 14, 2010 BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards London England
[81]
November 21, 2010 American Music Awards Los Angeles United States "Back to December" / "Apologize" [82]
April 3, 2011 ACM Awards Las Vegas United States "Mean" [83]
November 9, 2011 CMA Awards Nashville United States "Ours" [84]
February 12, 2012 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States "Mean" [85]
September 6, 2012 MTV Video Music Awards Los Angeles United States "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [86]
October 7, 2012 BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards London England
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Red"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
[87]
November 1, 2012 CMA Awards Nashville United States "Begin Again" [88]
November 11, 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards Frankfurt Germany "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [89]
November 18, 2012 American Music Awards Los Angeles United States "I Knew You Were Trouble" [90]
November 29, 2012 ARIA Music Awards Sydney Australia "I Knew You Were Trouble" [91]
January 24, 2013 Los Premios 40 Principales Madrid Spain "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [92]
January 26, 2013 NRJ Music Awards Cannes France "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [93]
February 10, 2013 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [94]
February 20, 2013 Brit Awards London England "I Knew You Were Trouble" [95]
April 7, 2013 ACM Awards Las Vegas United States "Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) [96]
May 19, 2013 Billboard Music Awards Las Vegas United States "22" [97]
June 5, 2013 CMT Music Awards Nashville United States "Red" [98]
November 6, 2013 CMA Awards Nashville United States "Red" (with Alison Krauss, Edgar Meyer, Eric Darken, Sam Bush, and Vince Gill) [99]
January 26, 2014 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States "All Too Well" [100]
August 24, 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Inglewood United States "Shake It Off" [101]
September 4, 2014 German Radio Awards Marl Germany "Shake It Off" [102]
October 19, 2014 BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards London England "Love Story" [103]
November 23, 2014 American Music Awards Los Angeles United States "Blank Space" [104]
February 25, 2015 Brit Awards London England "Blank Space" [105]
March 29, 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards Los Angeles United States "Ghosttown" (with Madonna) [106]
August 30, 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Los Angeles United States
[107]
February 15, 2016 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States "Out of the Woods" [108]
October 9, 2018 American Music Awards Los Angeles United States "I Did Something Bad" [109]
May 1, 2019 Billboard Music Awards Las Vegas United States "Me!" (with Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco) [110]
August 26, 2019 MTV Video Music Awards Newark United States
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
  • "Lover"
[111]
November 24, 2019 American Music Awards Los Angeles United States
[112]
September 16, 2020 ACM Awards Nashville United States "Betty" [113]
March 14, 2021 Grammy Awards Los Angeles United States [114]
September 20, 2022 Nashville Songwriter Awards Nashville United States "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" [115]

TV shows and specials[edit]

List of TV performances, showing event names, dates, locations, and performed songs where applicable
Date Event City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
October 24, 2006 Good Morning America New York United States "Tim McGraw" [116]
October 24, 2006 The Megan Mullally Show New York United States "Tim McGraw" [117]
February 13, 2007 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Burbank United States "Tim McGraw" [118]
August 21, 2007 America's Got Talent Las Vegas United States "Teardrops on My Guitar" (with Julienne Irwin) [119]
October 10, 2007 Live with Regis and Kelly New York United States "Our Song" [120]
November 28, 2007 75th Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting New York United States "Silent Night" [121]
December 25, 2007 The Today Show Las Vegas United States
  • "Christmases When You Were Mine"
  • "Silent Night"
[122]
December 31, 2007 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve New York United States
  • "Our Song"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
[123]
January 17, 2008 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Burbank United States "Our Song" [124]
April 29, 2008 Good Morning America New York United States
  • "Our Song"
  • "Picture to Burn"
[125]
April 30, 2008 Live with Regis and Kelly New York United States "Picture to Burn" [126]
October 6, 2008 CMT Crossroads: Taylor Swift and Def Leppard Nashville United States
[127]
November 10, 2008 Good Morning America New York United States "Love Story" [128]
November 10, 2008 Late Show with David Letterman New York United States "Fearless" [129]
November 11, 2008 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Burbank United States
  • "Love Story"
  • "Should've Said No"
[130]
December 5, 2008 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Burbank United States
  • "White Horse"
  • "Our Song"
[131]
December 6, 2008 CMT Giants: Alan Jackson Nashville United States "Drive (For Daddy Gene)" [132]
December 31, 2008 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve New York United States
  • "Picture to Burn"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Change"
[133]
January 10, 2009 Saturday Night Live New York United States
  • "Love Story"
  • "Forever & Always"
[134]
February 18, 2009 Loose Women London England "Love Story" [135][better source needed]
April 6, 2009 George Strait: ACM Artist of the Decade All Star Concert Las Vegas United States "Run" [136]
May 5, 2009 Later... with Jools Holland London England "Love Story" [137]
May 8, 2009 The Paul O'Grady Show London England "Teardrops on My Guitar" [138]
May 29, 2009 The Today Show New York United States
  • "Love Story"
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Our Song"
[139]
August 21, 2009 GMTV London United Kingdom "You Belong with Me" [140]
September 15, 2009 The View New York United States "You Belong with Me" [141]
October 27, 2009 Dancing with the Stars Los Angeles United States
  • "Jump Then Fall"
  • "White Horse"
  • "Love Story"
[142]
November 7, 2009 Saturday Night Live New York United States
  • "The Monologue Song (La La La)"
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Untouchable"
[143]
November 18, 2009 The Paul O'Grady Show London England "Fifteen" [144]
February 17, 2010 Sukkiri Morning Show Tokyo Japan "You Belong with Me" [145][better source needed]
February 18, 2010 So You Think You Can Dance Australia Sydney Australia "You Belong with Me" [146]
February 28, 2010 Music Japan Overseas Tokyo Japan "You Belong with Me" [147][better source needed]
May 23, 2010 ACM Presents: Brooks & Dunn – The Last Rodeo Las Vegas United States "Ain't Nothing 'bout You" [148]
October 5, 2010 X Factor Italy Milan Italy "Mine" [149]
October 19, 2010 Le Grand Journal Cannes France "Mine" [150]
October 26, 2010 The Today Show New York United States
  • "Mine"
  • "Speak Now"
  • "Love Story"
[151]
October 26, 2010 Late Show with David Letterman New York United States
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Back to December"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Mine"
  • "Speak Now"
[152]
October 27, 2010 Live with Regis and Kelly New York United States "Mine" [153]
November 1, 2010 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Burbank United States
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Back to December"
  • "Mine"
[154]
November 2, 2010 Dancing with the Stars Los Angeles United States
  • "Mine"
  • "White Horse"
[155]
November 18, 2010 Zoom In Tokyo Japan "Mine" [156]
November 19, 2010 Music Station Tokyo Japan "Mine" [156]
November 25, 2010 NBC's Thanksgiving Special: Taylor Swift – Speak Now Los Angeles and New York United States
  • "Mine"
  • "Sparks Fly"
  • "The Story of Us"
  • "Long Live"
  • "Haunted"
  • "Mean"
  • "Back to December"
  • "Enchanted"
  • "Speak Now"
[157]
May 11, 2011 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Burbank United States "The Story of Us" [158]
February 21, 2012 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Burbank United States "Pumped Up Kicks" (with Zac Efron) [159]
September 13, 2012 TV Xuxa Rio de Janeiro Brazil
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Long Live"
[160]
October 14, 2012 The X Factor London England "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [161]
October 15, 2012 VH1 Storytellers Claremont United States
  • "You Belong With Me"
  • "Red"
  • "Ours"
  • "Eyes Open"
  • "Mean"
  • "Begin Again"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Love Story"
[162]
October 23, 2012 The View New York United States "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [163]
October 23, 2012 Late Show with David Letterman New York United States
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Red"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Mean"
  • "Begin Again"
  • "You Belong With Me"
[164]
October 23, 2012 Good Morning America New York United States
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Red"
  • "Love Story"
[165]
October 30, 2012 Dancing with the Stars Los Angeles United States "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [166]
November 15, 2012 The X Factor Los Angeles United States "State of Grace" [167]
November 20, 2012 Sukkiri Morning Show Tokyo Japan "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [168]
November 25, 2012 The Today Show Sydney Australia
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Red"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
[169]
December 15, 2012 Schlag den Raab Cologne Germany "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [170]
December 31, 2012 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve New York United States
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
[171]
January 28, 2013 Le Grand Journal Paris France "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" [172]
January 28, 2013 Off Live – Taylor Swift Live On The Seine Paris France
  • "Red"
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "22"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
[173]
February 22, 2013 The Graham Norton Show London England "I Knew You Were Trouble" [174]
March 9, 2013 Let's Dance for Comic Relief London England "22" [175]
May 19, 2013 ACM Presents: Tim McGraw's Superstar Summer Night Las Vegas United States "Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) [176]
June 8, 2013 Britain's Got Talent London England "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran) [177]
July 4, 2013 Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular 2013 New York United States
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran)
[178]
November 3, 2013 The X Factor London England "The Last Time" (with Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol) [179]
December 10, 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013 New York United States [180]
October 6, 2014 Le Grand Journal Paris France "Shake It Off" [181]
October 7, 2014 C à vous Paris France "Shake It Off" [182]
October 12, 2014 The X Factor London England "Shake It Off" [183]
October 20, 2014 The X Factor Sydney Australia "Shake It Off" [184]
October 23, 2014 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Los Angeles United States
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble" (not broadcast)
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" (not broadcast)
[185]
October 24, 2014 Alan Carr: Chatty Man London England "Shake It Off" [186]
October 27, 2014 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Burbank United States
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Out of the Woods"
[187]
October 28, 2014 Late Show with David Letterman New York United States "Welcome to New York" [188]
October 30, 2014 Good Morning America New York United States
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Shake It Off"
[189]
November 5, 2014 Mezamashi TV Tokyo Japan "Shake It Off" [190]
November 6, 2014 Sukkiri Morning Show Tokyo Japan "Shake It Off" [191]
November 25, 2014 The Voice New York United States "Blank Space" [192]
November 29, 2014 Songs Tokyo Japan
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
[193]
December 9, 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show London England
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Style"
[194]
December 31, 2014 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve New York United States
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "Shake It Off"
[195]
February 16, 2015 Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special after party New York United States [196]
November 9, 2017 ABC World Premiere Performance Watch Hill United States "New Year's Day" [197]
November 11, 2017 Saturday Night Live New York United States
[198]
November 13, 2017 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon New York United States "New Year's Day" [199]
May 21, 2019 The Voice Los Angeles United States "Me!" (with Brendon Urie) [200]
May 22, 2019 Germany's Next Topmodel Düsseldorf Germany "Me!" [201]
May 24, 2019 The Graham Norton Show London England "Me!" [202]
May 25, 2019 The Voice Paris France
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Me!"
[203]
August 22, 2019 Good Morning America New York United States
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
  • "Me!"
  • "Shake It Off"
[204]
October 5, 2019 Saturday Night Live New York United States
[205]
November 7, 2019 Sukkiri Morning Show Tokyo Japan "Me!" [206]
December 14, 2019 Strictly Come Dancing London England "Lover" [207]
December 18, 2019 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon New York United States "Memory" (with Jimmy Fallon, the Roots, and the cast of Cats) [208]
November 25, 2020[f] Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions [g] United States [209]
November 13, 2021 Saturday Night Live New York United States "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" [210]

Radio shows and specials[edit]

Date Event City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
April 5, 2011 Live Lounge London England
[211]
November 27, 2012 2Day FM Sydney Australia
  • "Red"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
[212][better source needed]
November 28, 2012 Nova's Red Room Sydney Australia
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
[213][better source needed]
October 9, 2014 Live Lounge London England
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Riptide"
[214]
October 27, 2014 1989 Secret Session with iHeartRadio New York United States
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Style"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
[215]
December 3, 2015 Nova's Red Room [h] Australia
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Wildest Dreams"
  • "Shake It Off"
[216]
November 10, 2017 SiriusXM Fishbowl New York United States
[217]
August 23, 2019 SiriusXM Hits 1 Town Hall New York United States
[218]
September 2, 2019 Live Lounge London England
[219]

Benefit concerts[edit]

List of benefit concert performances, showing event names, dates, locations, and songs performed
Date Event/Venue City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
March 14, 2009 Sound Relief Sydney Australia
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Change"
[220]
November 21, 2009 Children in Need London England "Love Story" [221]
January 22, 2010 Hope for Haiti Now Los Angeles United States "Breathless" [222]
June 22, 2010 Nashville Rising Nashville United States
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Love Story"
[223]
September 7, 2012 Stand Up to Cancer Los Angeles United States "Ronan" [224]
December 3, 2012 Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights New York United States "Starlight" [225]
November 27, 2013 Winter Whites Gala 2013 London England
[226]
October 17, 2014 Stand Up to Cancer London England "Bake It Off" (pre-recorded "Shake It Off" parody with Jamie Oliver) [227]
October 24, 2014 We Can Survive Los Angeles United States
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Shake It Off"
[228]
May 7, 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour's final rehearsal day at University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale United States [229]
December 5, 2018 5th The Ally Coalition Talent Show New York United States "Delicate" (with Hayley Kiyoko) [230]
October 19, 2019 We Can Survive Los Angeles United States
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Me!"
  • "Lover"
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
  • "Shake It Off"
[231]
April 18, 2020 One World: Together At Home "Soon You'll Get Better" [232]

Sporting events[edit]

List of sporting event performances, showing event names, dates, locations, and songs performed
Date Event/Venue City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
April 5, 2002 Detroit Pistons–Philadelphia 76ers NBA game Philadelphia United States "The Star-Spangled Banner" [233]
September 24, 2006 Cincinnati Bengals–Pittsburgh Steelers NFL game Pittsburgh United States "The Star-Spangled Banner" [234]
November 12, 2006 2006 Checker Auto Parts 500 Avondale United States "The Star-Spangled Banner" [235][236]
November 23, 2006 NFL on Thanksgiving Day Detroit United States "The Star-Spangled Banner" [237]
October 25, 2008 2008 World Series Philadelphia United States "The Star-Spangled Banner" [238]
September 9, 2010 NFL Kickoff Game New Orleans United States
  • "Mine"
  • "You Belong with Me"
[239]
October 22, 2016 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix Austin United States
  • "New Romantics"
  • "22"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Style"
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Fifteen"
  • "Holy Ground"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" / "Bad Blood"
  • "Love Story"
  • "This Is What You Came For"
  • "Sparks Fly"
  • "Enchanted" / "Wildest Dreams"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Shake It Off"
[240]
February 4, 2017 Super Saturday Night Houston United States
  • "New Romantics"
  • "22"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Style"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "This Is What You Came For"
  • "Better Man"
  • "Red"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Love Story"
  • "All Too Well"
  • "Enchanted" / "Wildest Dreams"
  • "Bad Blood"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "Shake It Off"
[241]

Other live performances[edit]

List of miscellaneous live performances, showing event/venue names, dates, locations, and songs performed where applicable
Date Event/Venue City Country Performed song(s) Ref.
August 15, 2006 Fundraiser for the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival Alliance United States "Tim McGraw" [242]
August 15, 2008 Savannah Civic Center Savannah United States
  • "Our Song"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Change"
  • "Mary's Song (Oh My My My)"
  • "Picture to Burn"
  • "Tim McGraw"
[243]
December 3, 2008 51st Grammy Nominations Concert Los Angeles United States
[244]
February 10, 2009 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo San Antonio United States
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Tell Me Why"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Hey Stephen"
  • "White Horse"
  • "A Place in This World"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Fearless"
  • "Tim McGraw"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Change"
  • "Picture to Burn"
[245]
March 20, 2009 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Houston United States
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Tell Me Why"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Forever & Always"
  • "Hey Stephen"
  • "White Horse"
  • "Should've Said No"
  • "Fearless"
  • "Tim McGraw"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Change"
  • "Picture to Burn"
[246][247]
April 28, 2009 Bishop Ireton High School Alexandria United States
  • "You Belong with Me"
  • "White Horse"
  • "Hey Stephen"
  • "Our Song"
  • "Teardrops on My Guitar"
  • "Love Story"
[248]
February 24, 2010 Country Radio Seminar Nashville United States [249]
April 26, 2010 Auburn University Auburn United States "Love Story" [250]
January 21, 2011 Allure of the Seas Cozumel Mexico
  • "Sparks Fly"
  • "Fearless" / "I'm Yours" / "Hey, Soul Sister"
[251]
January 12, 2012 The Civil Wars concert Nashville United States "Safe & Sound" (with the Civil Wars) [252]
September 13, 2012 Taylor Swift's Brazil Showcase Rio de Janeiro Brazil
  • "Sparks Fly"
  • "Mean"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Fifteen"
  • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  • "Long Live" (with Paula Fernandes)
[253]
March 1, 2013 Country Radio Seminar Nashville United States "Cruise" (with Florida Georgia Line) [254]
June 3, 2013 50 & Counting Chicago United States "As Tears Go By" (with the Rolling Stones) [255]
November 1, 2013 + Tour New York United States "Everything Has Changed" (with Ed Sheeran) [256]
March 26, 2015 The Big Revival Tour Nashville United States "Big Star" (with Kenny Chesney) [257]
September 30, 2015 Grammy Museum at L.A. Live Los Angeles United States
  • "Wildest Dreams"
  • "Clean"
  • "How You Get the Girl"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Out of the Woods"
  • "All You Had to Do was Stay"
  • "Shake It Off"
[258]
December 2, 2017 99.7'Now!'s Poptopia San Jose United States
  • "...Ready for It?"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"
  • "End Game"
  • "Look What You Made Me Do"
[259]
March 1, 2018 Spotify Singles Nashville United States
[260]
March 31, 2018 Bluebird Café Easter Eve concert Nashville United States
  • "Shake It Off"
  • "Better Man"
  • "Love Story"
[261]
June 28, 2018 AT&T Taylor Swift NOW: Chicago secret concert Chicago United States
  • "Gorgeous"
  • "Delicate"
  • "All Too Well"
  • "New Year's Day"
  • "Shake It Off"
[262]
April 23, 2019 Time 100 Gala New York United States
  • "Style"
  • "Delicate"
  • "Love Story"
  • "New Year's Day"
  • "Shake It Off"
[263]
June 14, 2019 50th anniversary celebration of the Stonewall Riots New York United States "Shake It Off" (with Jesse Tyler Ferguson) [264]
July 10, 2019 Amazon Prime Day Concert New York United States
  • "Me!"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Welcome to New York"
  • "Delicate"
  • "Style"
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
  • "Shake It Off"
[265]
August 22, 2019 "Lover's Lounge" YouTube live stream New York United States "The Archer" [266]
September 9, 2019 City of Lover Paris France
  • "Me!"
  • "Blank Space"
  • "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  • "The Archer"
  • "Love Story"
  • "Delicate"
  • "Death By a Thousand Cuts"
  • "Cornelia Street"
  • "The Man"
  • "All Too Well"
  • "Red"
  • "Daylight"
  • "Style"
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
  • "Lover"
  • "Shake It Off"
[267]
October 10, 2019 Tiny Desk Concerts Washington, D.C. United States
  • "The Man"
  • "Lover"
  • "Death by a Thousand Cuts"
  • "All Too Well"
[268]
November 10, 2019 Alibaba Singles' Day Gala Shanghai China
  • "Me!"
  • "Lover"
  • "You Need to Calm Down"
[269]
October 30, 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of FameCarole King's induction ceremony Cleveland United States "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" [270]
November 12, 2021 All Too Well: The Short Film premiere New York United States "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" [271]
June 11, 2022 Tribeca Film Festival New York United States "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" [272]
July 21, 2022 One More Haim Tour London England "Gasoline" / "Love Story" (with Haim) [273]
October 26, 2022 I, I Tour London England "Exile" (with Bon Iver and Aaron Dessner) [274]
January 12, 2023 At Their Very Best London England
[275]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The first reported 60 shows, up until December 2023[14]
  2. ^ Part of the 2008 Chicago Marathon
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Part of the Fearless Tour[24]
  4. ^ Part of the 1989 World Tour[56]
  5. ^ The event is linked to the annual ceremony when it took place, where applicable.
  6. ^ This is the broadcast day. The session was recorded in September 2020
  7. ^ Unknown locale in the Hudson Valley
  8. ^ On the Hamilton Island

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