The Other Side Jason Derulo
2015 has served up some of the most incredible live events we've ever seen! Here's our guide to the very best gigs and tours of the year.
One of the biggest tours of the year? More like ones of the biggest tours of ALL TIME! The '1989' starlet brought the likes Mick Jagger, Nick Jonas, Ellie Goulding and even Matt Le Blanc onto the stage. It was and forever will be legendary. (Picture: Getty)
It was without doubt the biggest Jingle Bell Ball we've EVER had. With the likes of Justin Bieber, Little Mix (TWICE), Calvin Harris and David Guetta just some of the names on the bill it truly was the Christmas party to beat all Christmas parties. (Picture: Gobinder Jhitta)
Can we just take a minute to take into account the sheer amount of concerts Ed performed at here? 179! Including three headlining nights at Wembley Stadium, yup, the home ground for England's national football team. It's HUGE! (Picture: Getty)
Jess Glynne, Ed Sheeran, Clean Bandit and Rudimental, need we say more?
2015 will always be a year looked back on by the 1D lads as one of mixed emotions however nobody can dispute how EPIC this tour really was! (Picture: Splash)
Believe it or not Justin Timberlake actually finished his 20/20 tour just two days into 2015... That still counts right? Come on! He was touring for over an entire YEAR!
Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Oceania... ALL in a day's work for K-Pez! The 'Firework' Queen came, saw and conquered. (Picture: Getty)
Ari's 'My Everything' signalled a new dawn for the pop princess! And with a back catalogue of absolute instant pop classics came an incredible tour starting in the U.S and ending in Brazil. (Picture: Getty)
They became one of the hottest bands on the planet in 2014 and bought their crazy live shows to the world in 2015. We'll be forever thankful for the Aussie rockers! (Picture: PA)
What a man! To be honest, whenever we watch Nick Jonas live, we never listen to the music because we get lost in his eyes! #Dreamy (btw we TOTALLY listen to the music too!) (Picture: Gobinder Jhitta)
Two brothers set out on a journey to bring dance music to the mainstream and they went above and beyond the call of duty in 2015 with their 'Caracal' tour.