Taylor Swift has wrapped up the first leg of her wildly successful "Eras Tour."
During the tour, the singer has been credited for boosting local economies and breaking attendance records. Her fans in Seattle caused seismic activity equivalent to a 2.3-magnitude earthquake, according to a seismologist. And she made headlines for giving the tour's truck drivers $100,000 bonuses.
It's Swift's first tour in five years. "Swifties," as her fans are known, have found it to be worth the wait — if they got through the Ticketmaster meltdown. The performances ran through hits from every era of the Grammy winner's 17-year career.
The international leg of the "Eras Tour" starts August 24 in Mexico City. She has announced additional dates in the United States and Canada next fall.