June 7, 2024

Music’s most powerful star dominated the concert business—and became a billionaire—in 2023. Her Eras Tour set a record in December as the first ever to gross over $1 billion in ticket sales, according to Pollstar; it’s expected to bring in more than $2 billion by the time it wraps later this year. In April, Swift released her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, whose deluxe version’s 31 songs broke the streaming record set by her own Midnights album from 2022.

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