By Eric Frankenberg for Billboard
The "reputation Stadium Tour" surpasses the previous record for a woman, set by Taylor’s own "1989 World Tour".
Taylor's "reputation Stadium Tour" is now the highest-grossing U.S. tour by a woman, excluding residencies, according to Billboard Boxscore. Across the 27 domestic dates that have been
reported to Billboard so far, Taylor has brought in $191.1 million, with an additional $11.1 million earned in Canada.
The trek surpasses the previous highest-grossing trek by a woman, set by Taylor’s own "1989 World Tour", with $181.5 million earned domestically in 2015. It posted a worldwide haul of $250.7
The speed at which the "reputation Stadium Tour" has accumulated its huge earnings is particularly impressive, with the trek averaging more than $7 million per show. Total paid attendance to
date is 1,489,904 and all 27 shows so far have sold out.
The tour is in support of Swift’s 2017 "reputation" album. The release debuted atop the Billboard 200 albums chart dated December 2, 2017, with 1.238 million equivalent album units
earned in its first week, according to Nielsen Music. "reputation" has spawned six entries on the Billboard Hot 100, including “Look What You Made Me Do” (No. 1, Sept. 16, 2017) and “...Ready for
It?" (No. 4, Sept. 23, 2017).
The "reputation Stadium Tour"'s current $202.3 million earnings total is all from dates played in North America. She also played six dates in the U.K., which have yet to be
reported to Billboard Boxscore. Swift has 11 dates left to play in the U.S. and will then play seven shows in Australia, New Zealand and Japan this fall.