Taylor Swift Breaks Her Own Tour Record

Taylor Swift Breaks Her Own Tour Record

The pop sensation's Reputation Tour is now the highest-grossing U.S. tour by a woman, surpassing the sales from her 1989 Tour.

The pop sensation's Reputation Tour is now the highest-grossing U.S. tour by a woman, surpassing the sales from her 1989 Tour.

Text: Lilly Pace

Taylor Swift has yet again proven herself to be the world's biggest pop star, as she officially broke her own record for highest grossing U.S. tour by a woman. Across the 27 dates of the Reputation Tour that have been reported so far, Taylor has brought in $191.1 million in the U.S. Her 1989 Tour previously held the impressive record, with earnings of $181.5 million domestically.

Taylor surpassed her previous earnings relatively quickly, as she still has 11 more dates to play in the U.S. this fall. However, with an average of over $7 million being brought in per show, the superstar's broken record is unsurprising. Due in part to her three-year break from touring, attendance at her sold-out stadium shows has soared. Over 1,400,000 fans so far have paid to see the prodigy back in action. Performing a mixture of songs from her last five albums and her latest pop triumph Reputation, the pop sensation not only knows how to successfully entertain a crowd, but also manages to make huge stadium shows intimate, allowing her fans the privilege of feeling like they know her personally.

Taylor is currently in the middle of a week-long break between Reputation Tour dates, but will resume her U.S. trek at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on Saturday. She'll continue playing in the U.S. until October 6, before moving on to shows in Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.

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