Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour sets new US gross for a female artist
She has made $191.1 million so far from 27 shows which drew over 1.4 million fans, according to Billboard.
Swift toppled the previous record of $181.5 million – set by none other than Swift herself, from her 1989 World Tour in 2015.
The Reputation Stadium Tour, which kicked offf in early May in Phoenix, had a strong break-out, with the first 10 cities drawing about of 82,125 fans at each, and grossing $103 million.
The album debuted at #1 in the US and sold the equivalent album units of .238 million in its first week.
The tour has so far earned $202.3 million in total for the US and Canada.
Her recent UK dates have yet to be tallied.
She plays 11 more US shows and then heads to Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
The entire 1989 World Tour grossed $250.7 million worldwide and drew over 2.2 million.
The Australian leg’s six shows drew a total $24 million.
The Sydney show at ANZ Stadium drew 75,980 and grossed $6.5 million.
The Brisbane Suncorp Stadium date drew 46.881 and took in $4.7 million.
The gross for the Adelaide Entertainment Centre tallied a gross of $2.4 million with an audience draw of 46,881.
Melbourne was the stand-out of the Australian leg, with three shows at AAMI Park drawing 98,136 and grossing $10.4 million.
The final Melbourne show on December 12, 2015, was the day before Swift’s 26th birthday.