Taylor Swift’s acclaimed Reputation Stadium Tour is now the highest-grossing U.S. tour — not just of the year, but of all time.

Swift’s world tour, which just concluded in Tokyo on Nov. 21, grossed $266.1 million and sold more than 2 million tickets domestically.

According to data collected by Billboard, Swift topped The Rolling Stones, who previously held the title with a $245-million gross from the band’s A Bigger Bang Tour in 2005-07; this makes Swift’s Reputation tour the highest-grossing U.S. tour since Billboard Boxscore began tracking touring data in 1990.

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Billboard points out a key different between the two tours: the Stones’ tour included 70 American shows, while Swift only had 38.

The U.S. leg of Swift’s tour ran from May 8 through Oct. 6.

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Last week, Swift shared a heartfelt message to her fans who came out to one of the Reputation shows, “I’m so lucky you care about anything I create, whether it be music or a stage show,” she said, playing a few notes on the piano.

She added, “Thank you for coming tonight. Thank you for coming to be a part of my life. I love you.”

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Taylor Swift’s Star-Studded ‘Reputation’ Tour