Taylor Swift recently broke Madonna’s long-held record for most attended concert by a female artist in US history.
Swift made the record-breaking feat last March 17 in Glendale, Arizona’s State Farm Stadium.
Swift’s 69,213 first show attendees broke Madonna's 62,986 at Anaheim Stadium back in 1987.
Days ahead of Swift’s record-setting show, Glendale, Arizona honored the “Shake It Off” singer by temporarily renaming Glendale to Swift City, Arizona with the city mayor saying the name change will be “in effect for the State Farm Stadium concert days on March 17 and 18, 2023.”
The first show of Swift's “The Eras Tour” featured a 44-song set list that highlighted her 17-year-long career.
It lasted for 3 hours and 15 minutes.
The set covered songs from her very first album “Taylor Swift” to her latest “Midnights” record.
It was also reported that Swift’s pre-sale ticket sales for the 2023 tour “sold more than 2.4 million tickets” and that it shattered “the previous record for the most concert tickets ever sold in a single day by one artist.”
Swift's "The Eras Tour” is a 27-date national tour.