The national iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017 Presented by Capital One made its stop at the world’s most famous arena — Madison Square Garden — on Friday (December 8) and it hands down was the place to be this year.
The epic holiday concert event featured performances from Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers, Sam Smith, Halsey with special guest G-Eazy, Fall Out Boy, Demi Lovato with special guests Cheat Codes, Logic, Charlie Puth, Niall Horan, Camila Cabello, Liam Payne, Julia Michaels and Why Don’t We, and Celeb Secrets is here to give you a recap of all the major moments that went down at the show!
Ed Sheeran kicked off the show to deafening screams, treating fans to his top hits like “Castle on the Hill,” “A Team,” “Galway Girl,” “Perfect” and “Shape of You,” later returning to the stage alongside pal Taylor Swift for their reputation collaboration, “End Game.”
Introduced by Katie Holmes and daughter Suri Cruise, Taylor brought the house down with a jam-packed set, including her latest single “Ready For It?” “Shake It Off,” “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” and “Look What You Made Me Do.”
Demi Lovato powered onto the stage to belt out epic versions of “Confident” and “Tell Me You Love Me” before bringing out Cheat Codes for their hit “No Promises.”
Camila Cabello unleashed the live debut of her new song “Never Be The Same,” a cut from her self-titled debut LP, while Logic stopped in the middle of his set that included hit “1-800-273-8255,” before getting the entire audience to sing happy birthday to a fan.
Sam Smith gave everyone all the feels when he took the Z100 stage, treating fans to songs from his new album like “Too Good At Goodbyes” and “Pray.”
Halsey called on G-Eazy and Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui for collabs on “Him + I” and “Strangers.”
Julia Michaels turned her first-ever Jingle Ball into a karaoke party, opening her performance with “Uh Huh” and “I Miss You,” plus a string of her Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez-penned hits like “Bad Liar,” “Good For You” and “Sorry.”
Fall Out Boy kicked off their set with “Centuries,” before working in smashes like “Hold Me Tight or Don’t,” “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)” and “Uma Thurman.”