Taylor Swift’s Reputation Tour Has Already Earned $54 Million In First Five Cities

Taylor Swift’s “Reputation Stadium Tour” kicked off on May 8th and has already grossed more than $54 million in the first 5 cities. According to Bilboard Tay Tay sold nearly 398.000 concert tickets in one month and continues to break records and could gross over $400 Million on her 2018 tour! Swift’s opening night show in Arizona broke the attendance record for the venue topping Metallica’s $5.2 million gross earned in August 2017 by almost $2 million. With 59,157 tickets sold, she also broke the attendance record set during One direction’s Where We Are tour in 2014 by 2,633 seats.  Taylor sold more than 107,000 tickets and raked in $14 million for her two shows at Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco. Grateful Dead still holds the box office records at that stadium, however, with $21.5 million earned from 151,650 sold seats during its Fare The Well engagement that same year. 118,000 fans attended her Rose Bowl show. Those numbers allowed Taylor to beat U2’s 2017 Rose Bowl record by more than $467,000. She also broke the band’s box-office record in Denver by outselling their gross ticket sales by $1.2 million. The reputation Stadium Tour continues June 8 and 9 at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, United Kingdom. Swift will be in Toronto at Rogers Centre August 3 and 4 along with Camila Cabello and Charli XCX

Source: Billboard

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