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.
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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It’s so hard to believe that tonight will be the last time we wear these costumes, play this set list, do this choreography, and then say goodbye to the Reputation Stadium Tour. Thank you to the crowds that have lit up our year. We do this last one for all of you. ❤️ PS make sure to scream loud for @mariawada and @maho_udo tonight!! Their families are here and this is their hometown show 💥💥💥💥💥💥 📷: @junsatophoto // @gettyentertainment
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.”