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2014 has been QUITE the year for incredible live shows as some of the world's biggest superstars headed out on the road. From Beyonce to Miley - relive the live moments we'll never forget about!
If it's been ANYONE'S year in 2014... it's this man! He returned with new album 'X' in 2014 and promptly took his new live show out on the road, earning rave reviews from fans and proving that Ed's one-man show can comfortably fit in arena sized venues, and then some! Ed's still got more tour dates to come... including several shows at London's Wembley Stadium! This man is in demand! Picture: Getty
She may now be focused on planning her sure-to-be-amazeballs Super Bowl show for February next year, but most of 2014 was about bringing her 'Prism' album to life on the 'Prismatic' world tour. From pink kitten onesies to cheeky stage outfits and all the hits the fans wanted... this was Katy at her very BEST! Picture: Getty
One Direction's sold-out 2014 tour saw the boys promoting their album 'Midnight Memories' at some of the most iconic venues in the world. The fact that the tour prompted the boys to launch a film about their travels on the road speaks volumes for how succcessful this was. Before they were five boys with a whole lotta potential... but after the 'Where We Are' tour these boys are bona fide global superstars! Picture: Getty Images
This year's Summertime Ball made sure summer '14 got off to an incredible start with a HUGE roster of artists playing a sold-out Wembley Stadium in front of thousands of fans hungry for the latest tunes. From Miley Cyrus and 5 Seconds Of Summer to David Guetta and Calvin Harris, the party kept on GOING! Picture: PA
After the surprise of 2013 that was Beyonce's self-titled album, when Queen Bey took her new record out on the road again this year, expectations were sky high! Luckily everything, from the incredible outfits to Beyonce's pitch-perfect vocals, made sure she had cemented her status as pop's unofficial queen of the live shows!
Mother Monster Lady Gaga put her ALL into this world tour in 2014. After dropping 'ARTPOP' and showcasing a slightly different sound for her latest record, Gaga didn't disappoint when she took it out on the road. Performing in giant octopus costumes, suspending inside a giant manicured hand and flying pig dancers were just some of the MANY highlights. Picture: Splash
Mr. JT took a break from Hollywood after launching his latest album, and put on what many have called THE live show to watch in 2014. He's still got a number of dates left and by now the fans know exactly what to expect - suave suits, sultry dance moves... and some of the biggest pop songs of the past two years!
The 'Last Night' stars celebrated their HUGE year in 2014 with a tour across the UK in autumn to power through their MANY hits from debut album 'Meet The Vamps'. And with even more live shows around the corner in 2015, these boys are showing they're here to stay!
OneRepublic's album 'Native' was the gift that kept on giving this year... thanks mainly to the boys' incredible live shows across the world. Showing that, not only is Ryan Tedder a songwriting genius, but that this is one band who can ROCK a live show like no one else can.
If there's one man who's proved he's the most exciting entertainer of them all, it may just be Mr. Pharrell Williams! As well as incorporating his older hits and classic N.E.R.D. tunes, Pharrell's 'G I R L' tour showed just how versatile his latest album is. And those sexy dance moves didn't hurt either... Picture: Getty
Miley had a lot to prove with her 'Bangerz' tour... after taking the world by storm in 2013 with hits like 'We Can't Stop' and "Wrecking Ball'. And while many dismissed the costumes and staging as gimmicky, there was NO denying Miley had some pipes on her when she gave it her all NIGHT after NIGHT! Credit: PA
From Take That bringing the nineties back to Taylor Swift smashing her closing set at the Capital Jingle Bell Ball 2014, this was the festive show to end ALL shows as stars like 5SOS, The Vamps and Union J all took to the stage at London's O2 Arena. Picture: Richard Johnson