Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour Has Now Grossed $130 Million

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Taylor Swift performs during The 1989 World Tour Live at BC Place Stadium Aug. 1, 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  

Taylor Swift has taken her 1989 World Tour to the $130 million mark in ticket sales, according to Billboard Boxscore, and it’s on track to become her highest-grossing tour ever.

The 1989 tour has grossed just $20 million less than the final box office tally from her Red tour that wrapped last summer after a 15-month span (its currently her highest-grossing tour). And the 1989 tour still has four months to go before ending on Dec. 12 in Australia.

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So far, the 1989 tour has reported 1.1 million tickets sold tickets from 37 performances through the end of August.

Swift easily tops Billboard’s latest Hot Tours tally (see list, below), her fourth appearance this year on the list. Her ranking is based on box-office grosses totaling $43.5 million. Her shows reported during the past week were 17 concerts from three arenas during her European run in June as well as six venues on her ongoing trek through North American markets that stretches through the end of October.

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The tour’s European trek included a headlining appearance at the Barclaycard British Summer Time festival at London’s Hyde Park on June 27 along with five arena performances in four countries. This recap includes the sold out shows in Glasgow, Manchester and Dublin.

Among the six North American venues, Staples Center in Los Angeles logged $8.9 million in box office revenue from five sellout shows. It’s the 1989 tour’s top gross at an arena since the May launch.

 HOT TOURS - Sept. 8, 2015
 Ranked by Gross.  Compiled from Boxscores reported Sept. 1-7
  
RankACT
 Total Gross
 Show Date Range
 Show Venue/City (Shows/Sellouts)
 Total Attendance (Capacity)
  
1TAYLOR SWIFT
 $43,508,985
 June 23-Aug. 29
 SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland (1/1)
 Manchester Arena, Manchester, England (1/1)
 3Arena, Dublin (2/2)
 Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta (2/2)
 CenturyLink Field, Seattle (1/1)
 Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif. (2/2)
 Gila River Arena, Glendale, Ariz. (2/2)
 Staples Center, Los Angeles (5/5)
 Petco Park, San Diego (1/1)
 377,159 (377,159)
  
2KENNY CHESNEY
 $17,805,286
 Aug. 19-29
 Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario (1/0)
 FirstOntario Centre, Hamilton, Ontario (1/1)
 Ford Field, Detroit (1/1)
 Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. (2/2)
 193,029 (194,042)
  
3BILLY JOEL
 $4,521,252
 Aug. 27
 Wrigley Field, Chicago (1/1)
 41,183 (41,183)
  
4MARC ANTHONY
 $2,319,882
 Aug. 25-29
 Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City (3/0)
 Auditorio Banamex, Monterrey, Mexico (1/0)
 32,175 (35,423)
  
5FLEETWOOD MAC
 $2,023,940
 July 1
 Manchester Arena, Manchester, U.K. (1/0)
 15,414 (16,255)
  
6NEIL DIAMOND
 $1,810,630
 July 9
 Manchester Arena, Manchester, U.K. (1/0)
 14,677 (14,879)
  
7LUKE BRYAN
 $1,512,334
 July 20-22
 Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Gilford, N.H. (3/3)
 24,393 (24,393)
  
8DEF LEPPARD
 $1,141,635
 July 7-Aug. 18
 Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Gilford, N.H. (1/0)
 Bridgestone Arena, Nashville (1/0)
 18,336 (21,103)
  
9JOHN LEGEND
 $756,092
 June 27
 Manchester Arena, Manchester, U.K. (1/0)
 11,668 (12,559)
  
10CHICAGO & EARTH, WIND & FIRE
 $617,791
 July 17
 The Axis at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas (1/1)
 6,285 (6,285)