Taylor Swift’s 287,000 KM Tour Sparks Debate: Environmental Activism vs. High-Flying Lifestyle

April 25, 2024
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In early 2023, Taylor Swift kicked off her ‘The Eras Tour’ in various cities across the United States and in many countries on different continents. As an activist against Climate Change, controversy arose when her flight map from the previous year was reviewed, revealing that she had traveled 287,000 kilometers.

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The flights for Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ caused a significant stir throughout 2023, with iconic concerts in the United States and globally, crossing the planet and oceans to perform on each continent.

By this time, she has completed 53 concerts in the United States, 13 in Latin America, 17 in Asia and Oceania, and she is set to continue the tour in Europe, return to the United States, and conclude in Canada, totaling 149 shows.

The controversy stems from Taylor being an activist against Climate Change, but touring does not align with this as it involves taking more flights than desired for someone with her profile.

Just last year, she covered 287,000 kilometers, equivalent to 1,275 tons of pollutant gases measured in carbon dioxide.

According to those close to the artist, the main reason for so many trips and so much personnel is not just related to the work team, but also security and transporting her pets.

Taylor Swift, the  Climate Change Activist Who Flew 287,000 Kilometers during the Eras Tour 2024

Paris, France

Thursday, May 9

Friday, May 10

Saturday, May 11

Sunday, May 12

Stockholm, Sweden

Friday, May 17

Saturday, May 18

Sunday, May 19

Lisbon, Portugal

Friday, May 24

Saturday, May 25

Madrid, Spain

Thursday, May 30

Lyon, France

Sunday, June 2

Monday, June 3

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Friday, June 7

Saturday, June 8

Sunday, June 9

Liverpool, United Kingdom

Thursday, June 13

Friday, June 14

Saturday, June 15

Cardiff, United Kingdom

Tuesday, June 18

London, United Kingdom

Friday, June 21

Saturday, June 22

Sunday, June 23

Dublin, Ireland

Friday, June 28

Saturday, June 29

Sunday, June 30

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Thursday, July 4

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Zurich, Switzerland

Tuesday, July 9

Wednesday, July 10

Milan, Italy

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