Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour becomes the biggest tour of 2023

Taylor Swift’s The Eras tour has become the biggest tour of 2023 so far, grossing over $300.8 million according to data from Pollstar. 

The tour, which kicked off in April in Glendale, Arizona, is set to continue across North America until August, when it will wrap up in Los Angeles. Following the US leg, Swift will embark on a series of international dates, beginning in Latin America later this year. 

The Eras tour is projected to earn $1.4 billion, with further dates taking Swift on the road through August 2024. 

As part of the extended global dates, Swift is set to perform five shows at London’s Wembley Stadium next year, as well as concerts in Edinburgh, Liverpool, Dublin and Cardiff.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is headed for a couple of important benchmarks that have a “B” attached, according to a report in Pollstar. As the global trek moves on from America and proceeds to Europe in 2024, it will assuredly become the first tour in the history of the business to gross a billion dollars. It won’t stop there, though; Pollstar is estimating that the final gross will wind up around $1.4 billion.

Meanwhile, Swift will release the re-recorded version of her third album, Speak Now, on Friday (July 7). Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) will be her third re-recorded album, following Fearless and Red.


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