Taylor Swift Gives Over $55 Million Bonus to Truck Drivers and Crew Working on The Eras Tour

Extraordinary... Only this can be revealed when Taylor Swift gives more than $55 million in bonuses to truck drivers and crews working on The Eras Tour.

Taylor Swift performs onstage during Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour at Levi's Stadium on July 28, 2023, in Santa Clara, California (Photo: Jeff Kravitz/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

Taylor Swift's bonuses total more than $55 million to each person who works on The Eras Tour.

The Eras Tour is the Highest Grossing Tour of All Time

The tour became one of the highest-grossing tours of all time reportedly earning more than $1 billion.

According to People's sources, the bonuses were given to dancers riggers, sound technicians, and caterers, among others.

Also, read: Taylor Swift Reunites With Ex Taylor Lautner for "I Can See You" Music Video.

Previously, TMZ reported that the 33-year-old singer gifted a production truck driver who had hauled his tour equipment for $100,000 each, ahead of his concert in Santa Clara over the weekend.

TMZ sources said there were about 50 truck drivers for the tour in the United States. The bonus is the final leg of the tour, where the U.S. tour concludes next week at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood before performing in Mexico.

The Eras Tour

Taylor Swift kicked off The Eras Tour on March 17 in Glendale, Arizona. He entertained his fans with a setlist of 44 songs throughout his career in dozens of cities across the United States. Since then, her concerts have seen many friends and famous faces including Miles Teller, Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon, Gigi Hadid, Paul Rudd, and more.

In June, Taylor announced she would cross the globe in 2024 for shows across Europe, Asia, and Australia. The singer also announced her first international show in Latin America earlier this month.

Throughout the tour, Swift has surprised fans with several outfit changes, special guests, Speak Now (Taylor's Version) announcements, music video premieres, and more. The furor was so extreme that the Swifties caused seismic activity equivalent to a magnitude 2.3 earthquake during Swift's two nights in Seattle last month.

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