The additional stops will include three nights in Miami, New Orleans, and Indianapolis and an extensive six-night stay in Toronto.
The additional tour dates will have Swift touring through the end of 2024, totaling nearly 22 months on tour.
Swift recently gave all of her bus drivers $100k bonuses as the US leg is coming to a close. While it shows her appreciation for the team that make the show come to life, it also might have been an extra thank you to them, knowing that she was about to ask for them to hit the road once again with the upcoming additional date announcements.
Taylor Swift has been making an absolute killing on this tour, so can you blame her for wanting to keep it going?
There is the demand for her to perform that sells out the world’s biggest stadiums each night, and the tourist revenue cities generate from her coming to perform is also a massive drive for cities to host her.
Forbes projected that the tour could hit a record-breaking $1.4 billion when it ends in August of 2024, but that number will continue to grow as dates are added.
“Pollstar data from late June showed the average ticket price for the tour was just over $250 on the primary market, and average attendance was nearly 54,000 over 38 performances through the end of June, making the tour the biggest of the year so far—beating out Harry Styles, Elton John, and Bruce Springsteen.”
Forbes also estimated that Swift’s net worth could grow $40M after the tour’s conclusion, bringing her total net worth to $780M.
Tickets for the additional dates will be sold via verified fan registration on Ticketmaster.
Best of luck to all of the warriors from friend groups responsible for securing those tickets.