Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Set To Make $4.6 Billion For The US Economy

The ongoing Eras Tour by Taylor Swift has the potential to generate $4.6 billion for local economies in the United States, per Fortune. Fans have reportedly spent an average of over $1,300 on tickets, travel, and outfits for Swift’s concerts. The tour has led to a spike in tourism, increased hotel reservations, and higher restaurant bookings in various cities. Swift’s first two Chicago concerts resulted in an all-time-high average of 44,383 booked hotel rooms each night. While official box office numbers have yet to be reported, it is estimated that Swift will earn over $10 million per night from ticket sales. Swift has also made generous donations to food banks in the cities she has performed in, including Detroit, Arizona, and Florida.