US singer Taylor Swift, who made history with the awards she received throughout her music career, continues her world tour from where she left off. The singer will continue her world tour called Eras, which broke ticket sales records, in the United Kingdom.

Swift will perform at stadiums in Cardiff, Edinburgh, Liverpool and London.

British bank Barclays announced that the singer, who will give 15 concerts, will contribute almost 1 billion pounds to the UK economy.

The pop star's impact on the economy is called "Swiftonomics".

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It was stated that approximately 4.3 million tickets were sold and the average ticket price was 238 dollars. Travel, hotel, food and shopping expenses are estimated to be around 1,300 dollars.

15 CONCERTS IN 4 CITIES

Around 1.2 million Swift fans are set to travel to hear Speak Now, Fearless, Folklore and her latest album The Tortured Poets Society live.

According to data released by Barclays, these shows are expected to contribute £997 million to the UK economy. 

That's 12 times more than the average cost of a night out in the UK (£67).

On the other hand, a report prepared by the Economic Impact Research Laboratory stated that Swift's four Tokyo shows, where she performed to 220,000 people in February this year, contributed 34.1 billion yen (£183 million) to the Japanese economy.

PRAISE FROM MUSK

On the other hand, tech billionaire Elon Musk praised Taylor Swift's new album. Billionaire tech genius Elon Musk, who owns Tesla, SpaceX and X (Twitter), praised Swift's album.

"I realize I'm not the target audience, but it's still really impressive," Musk said of the singer's album.

Sharing on X, Musk said, "You outdid yourself! Your album is incredible," Musk said.