Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour smashes attendance record in Pittsburgh
The 33-year-old hosted 73,117 fans during Saturday's show in Pittsburgh, landing a new attendance record for the venue.
The staggering number surpassed the record held by Garth Brooks, who welcomed 72,887 concertgoers in 2019, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The Anti-Hero singer paid tribute to the Pittsburgh Swifties with a sweet social media post on Sunday.
"Pittsburgh thank you for making me feel sooooo at home in my home state. I mean… You broke the all time attendance record and we got to be the first tour to play your stadium twice," she wrote.
"Thank you so much for everything this weekend. You were a mesmerizing crowd, like beyond."
The attendance record comes as no real surprise, given the vicious fight for tickets that has ensued among fans for the past several months.
Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour has had unprecedented demand for tickets
Earlier this month, Swift confirmed the stadium tour would travel outside of the US, beginning with Latin America in late August.
Though dates for other regions have yet to be announced, the Lavender Haze artist has assured international Swifties that more shows are on their way.
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