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This is how much Taylor Swift will earn on her The Eras Tour

After an exponential media success, a tenth studio album, and after five years from a live show, the interpreter returns with a stage tour in the United States (USA), which runs under the name The Eras Tour. The tour, in which Taylor Swift plans to become the richest artist from the billionaire and challenge Rihanna, consists of 52 concerts from March 17 to August 9.

According to estimates from Billboard, once The Eras Tour ends, Taylor Swift will generate 591 million dollars in sales, just from tickets; the same which are valued at an average of 215 dollars per ticket.

The Eras Tour collects the singer’s best hits from his career, including hits such as ‘Shake’, ‘You’re With Me’ and ‘Antihero’ to name a few. The interpreter will visit the largest cities in the United States and will end her tour in August at the home of the NFL team, The Rams, at the Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift

When the calculation is done and taking into account that the price is based on the total number of 52 days, Quick will generate income of the next 11 million dollars per concert; more that they are sold in goods allusive to the price. The above is without taking into account the payment of the team, payment of taxes, accommodation, transportation, promoter, logistics and production expenses.

With this, the famous “Miss Americana” will become the female artist with the highest grossing concert of all time, according to the Billboard Boxscore list, surpassing the queen of pop, Madonna, who raised 407 million dollars with the Sticky & Sweet Tour. of 2008 and 2009.

Globally, The Eras Tour will place Taylor fourth on the Top Tours of All Time list, which is led by Ed Sheeran, who earned $776.2 million in his split in 2017 and 2019. The Eras Tour shall come to an end on August 9 in Inglewood, California .

Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour has already started and in style

Taylor Swift’s stadium tour officially kicked off on Friday night, March 17, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona; with Paramore and GAYLE as the guest artists. The show lasted three hours and 15 minutes with a list composed of 44 songs, in different acts corresponding to 10 albums of Quick.

Four new songs were released on this tour

Around the start of her tour, Taylor Swift performed four new songs: re-written versions of “Eyes Open” and “Safe & Sound”, two songs that signed off on the Hunger Games soundtrack; a re-released version of ‘If This Was a Film’, from ‘Talk Now’, and ‘All the Girls You’ve Loved Before’, a track previously released from ‘The Lover’.

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