Taylor Swift Net Worth: Singer's '1989' Tour Raking in $3 Million a Concert

Taylor Swift Net Worth: Singer's '1989' Tour Raking in $3 Million a Concert
Source: AP
Source: AP

Pop mogul Taylor Swift's worldwide 1989 tour is currently sweeping in a modest revenue at almost $3 million a night, Billboard reports. That's easy for the "Bad Blood" singer to shake off, given she's one of the world's highest-paid entertainers. 

Box office stats show that the wildly lucrative concert, steady at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Tours recap, has raked in $173 million in ticket sales over a span of 59 concerts, averaging at $2.9 million each show. However, it's unclear how much of that Swift herself has pocketed. 

Since the tour's launch in May, Swift has performed to 1.5 million fans and featured a plethora of legendary artists including Mick Jagger, Ellie Goulding, Keith Urban, Nelly, Wiz Khalifa, Selena Gomez and Justin Timberlake, just to name a few. 

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Forbes dubbed Swift one of the world's highest-paid music artists in June, revealing her whopping $80 million income from June 2014 to June 2015. Swift's worth isn't only credited to album and ticket sales — her stacked endorsements include Diet Coke, Keds and Sony. 

Swift welcomed herself to New York City in 2014 by purchasing a $20 million penthouse in Tribeca, Bazaar reports. The 8,300 square-foot apartment includes seven bedrooms — one for each day of the week — and 5.5 bathrooms. That'll do. 

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Jessica Eggert

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