The staggering sum that Taylor Swift will earn on the Australian leg of her Eras Tour, despite leaving fans gloomy that she’s missing out on several major cities.
Taylor Swift will be taking home a major pay package for her concerts in Australia.
The American pop star will travel Down Under in February next year for The Eras Tour.
The 33-year-old will perform seven concerts and win $35 million for her troubles. perth now reported on Sunday.
That adds up to $5 million for each concert, after what Frontier Touring called demand for “unprecedented” tickets, which have already sold out.
Not everyone is happy, with many fanatical fans of the star angry that he makes so few stops during the tour.
Taylor Swift (pictured) is set to take home a hefty payday from her concerts in Australia. The American pop star will travel Down Under in February next year for The Eras Tour
Taylor will turn down all but two of Australia’s major cities and is only scheduled for seven shows in all melbourne and Sydney, leaving Swifties in Perth furious as they shell out thousands to see it.
Perth wasn’t the only city to be snubbed, as fans in Brisbane and Adelaide will also miss out on seeing their idol back home.
Tour sources have revealed that the decision to stay in the Southeast likely came from the Bad Blood creator herself, he reported. perth now on Saturday.
“With big tours like this, the directive would come from the artist,” a source told the publication.
The 33-year-old will perform seven concerts and win $35 million for her troubles, Perth Now reported on Sunday.
“Taylor would have said, ‘I only have time to do two cities.’ I don’t have time to tour the country. It is a directive that comes from the artist.’
Taylor announced a third concert in Melbourne at the MCG on February 18 next year and a fourth concert in Sydney at Accor Stadium on February 26 as part of The Eras Tour.
She will become the first artist since Madonna to perform three consecutive concerts at the Melbourne Cricket Ground when she takes the stage in February next year, and the first to play a fourth consecutive show at Sydney’s Accor Stadium.
The new concerts are in addition to existing concerts in Melbourne on February 16, 17 and 18 and Sydney shows on February 23, 24, 25 and 26.
That adds up to $5 million for each concert, after what Frontier Touring called “unprecedented” demand for tickets, which are now sold out.