Taylor Swift Concerts Create Earthquake-like Movement

June 15, 2024- Taylor Swift fans danced so hard at the Edinburgh Eras Tour that they made the earth move, according to data from geological experts.Taylor Swift Breaks Records, Swifties Break Concrete

Taylor Swift Concert

Swifties flooded the city of Edinburgh to attend the three sold-out shows, injecting an estimated £77 million into the local economy.

Swift, 34, performed three nights in a row at the Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, where earthquake readings were detected almost 6 kilometers away.

The British Geological Survey (BGS) monitoring stations surrounding the city recorded seismic activity generated by the concerts.

The three nights she performed she followed a similar seismographic pattern.Taylor Swift Breaks Records, Swifties Break Concrete

Taylor Swift Songs

Swift’s hit songs “Ready for It?”, “Cruel Summer,” and “Champagne Problems” resulted in the most seismic activity.

In particular, the BGS reports that Swifties dancing in time to “Ready For It?” was transmitting approximately 80 kW of power.

The Eras Tour consists of 152 shows across five continents, with Liverpool following Scotland on the tour dates list.Taylor Swift Breaks Records, Swifties Break Concrete

Taylor Swift Billionaire

According to Forbes, Swift is now worth an estimated $1.3 billion.

The Pennsylvania native first became discovered in an industry showcase at Nashville’s The Bluebird Café in 2005, where she caught the attention of a Dreamworks Records executive.

Swift has headlined six concert tours in her career, with the Eras Tour being the highest-grossing concert tour of all time.

Swifties can expect to see her hit Liverpool next on the Eras Tour.Taylor Swift Breaks Records, Swifties Break Concrete

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