Taylor Swift Is Officially a Billionaire Thanks to Eras Tour, Song Catalog and Real Estate Portfolio: Report

Swift's ongoing Eras Tour reportedly surpassed $1 billion in revenue last year

<p>Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs in Singapore in March 2024

Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performs in Singapore in March 2024

Karma is Taylor Swift becoming a billionaire.

According to a Forbes report published Tuesday, the 34-year-old pop superstar has officially reached billionaire status — thanks to her ongoing Eras Tour, extensive song catalog and real estate portfolio.

The publication reported that Swift is the only musician to earn the feat solely based on music and live performances, as the Eras Tour has surpassed $1 billion in revenue since its launch in March 2023.

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<p>DAVID GRAY/AFP via Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs in Sydney in February 2024


Taylor Swift performs in Sydney in February 2024

She's also earned quite a bit through the Eras Tour concert film, which became the highest-grossing concert film of all time with over $261 million earned at the box office since its Oct. 11 premiere.

Her earnings will likely only continue to rise with the upcoming release of her eleventh original studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, on April 19.

On Monday, Swift earned artist of the year at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards and teased "so many exciting things ahead of us" during her pre-recorded acceptance speech.

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"Hey! I wanted to say thank you so much to anyone who voted for this award," the Grammy winner said in the clip. "iHeart, you've also just been so incredibly supportive over the course of my entire career, but especially this year has been pretty spectacular. I am so grateful for that."

"You know, to the fans, it is completely up to you to choose how you spend your time, what concerts you want to go to, what music you want to make the soundtrack of your life. And to anyone who has included me in those choices, I am so, so, so thankful for that," Swift shared.

The "Lavender Haze" musician added, "We have so many exciting things ahead of us. I'm continuing on with the tour and, most importantly, I have a brand new album called The Tortured Poets Department, which comes out on April 19. I cannot wait to share it with you."

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<p>Gilbert Flores/Billboard via Getty </p> Taylor Swift at the Grammys in Los Angeles in February 2024

Gilbert Flores/Billboard via Getty

Taylor Swift at the Grammys in Los Angeles in February 2024

"So, thank you for voting for me for this incredible honor — artist of the year," Swift's thoughtful speech concluded. "I am so blown away and so thankful and I just can't wait to keep having fun with you guys because we have a lot of exciting things coming up. Thank you so much."

Following the release of The Tortured Poets Department, she'll resume the Eras Tour on May 9 with four shows in Nanterre, France, before continuing its European leg through August. Then, she's set to return to the United States for concerts from October through December.

Last year, research company QuestionPro predicted the Eras Tour could potentially generate $4.6 billion for local economies throughout the U.S. based on how much ticket holders are spending to attend each show — which was estimated to be over $1,300 for tickets, travel and elaborate outfits at the time.

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