Taylor Swift Live Debuts "Christmas Tree Farm" in London

'Tis the season for JINGLE BALLS as hit-makers headline various radios-sponsored festivals 'round the world. Despite it being just the right time for seasonal songs, many artists have a confined time slot and end up only playing their most-loved hits. But our girl Taylor Swift slid her brand new merry-making single, "Christmas Tree Farm" into her nine-song setlist on Sunday night.
The Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball was held at the O2 Arena in London, and so, fittingly, she played Lover track "London Boy" for the second time ever. It was technically the first time fans got to SEE it performed live, as the live debut on record was for the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, an episode that was recorded on August 29 and aired September 2.
Taylor Swift setlist
Watch the performance below:
Swift dropped the festive track last Thursday, December 5, followed by the official music video, which was a compilation of home movies featuring BABY SWIFT. Do you think her parents always knew she was destined for stardom? And that's why they just started rolling the tape during all these magic moments?
This coming weekend, Taylor will headline the Z100 Jingle Ball in New York City on her 30th birthday! The Jonas Brothers, Lizzo, Camila Cabello and Halsey are also on the bill for the Friday night fest. Ho-ho-hopefully those NYC jingle ballers will get to witness "Christmas Tree Farm" as well.
Back in 2007 Miss Swift released The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection, an EP that included two original songs, "Christmases When You Were Mine" and "Christmas Must Be Something More." The former saw it's live debut at St. Charles' Jingle Fest, followed by a Christmas Day performance on The Today Show. "Christmas Must Be Something More" has never been played live.
Karma Police - Please Share:

Most played songs

Last updated: 13 Aug 2020, 11:22 Etc/UTC