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Taylor Swift's devotees cause a seismic effect at concert.

Taylor Swift's concerts cause the earth to vibrate: Evidence from a concert in Edinburgh shows that seismometers detected seismic activity approximately six kilometers away.

Taylor Swift performs at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh during her Eras Tour.
Taylor Swift performs at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh during her Eras Tour.

Edinburgh: Discover the Capital City of Scotland - Taylor Swift's devotees cause a seismic effect at concert.

Taylor Swift's dedicated fanbase, known as "Swifties," displayed their enthusiasm in a tangible way during her concert in Edinburgh, Scotland. Their enthusiasm caused seismic activity detected within a six-kilometer radius. This was one of three performances in Edinburgh and one of seventeen total shows in the UK. The grand finale will take place at London's Wembley Stadium, where Swift will play for eight straight nights.

During her time in Edinburgh, the 73,000 attendees were already creating a significant impact. The "Swifties" produced around 80 kW of energy, equivalent to 6,000 car batteries. The dances to "Shake it Off" and "Cruel Summer" generated enough movement to register on seismic detectors. The activity even continued during a four-minute standing ovation after the song "champagne problems."

These types of earthquakes are not a one-time occurrence when Taylor Swift performs. Similar events were detected during her concerts in Seattle and Las Vegas, with a 2.3-magnitude earthquake recorded in Seattle.

Taylor Swift's 152-day "The Eras Tour" is predicted to bring in over $2 billion (£1.56 billion) in revenue by its conclusion, making it the most profitable concert tour in music history. Over the course of three days in Edinburgh, Swift captivated a global audience of 200,000 fans at Murrayfield Stadium. Tonight in Liverpool, three consecutive concerts commence, and on July 17th, the pop star will make her way to Germany, performing in Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, and Munich.

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  1. Despite causing a small earthquake during her performance in Seattle, Taylor Swift delivered an electrifying show, with her fans producing enough energy to power 6,000 car batteries.
  2. In Great Britain, Taylor Swift is not only selling out venues like Wembley Stadium but also creating seismic activity with her enthusiastic fanbase, known as "Swifties."
  3. Preparations for the measuring station in Edinburgh were crucial to quantify the impact of Taylor Swift's concert on the seismic activity, much like the ones used during her performances in Las Vegas and Seattle.
  4. After completing her concert series in Edinburgh, Taylor Swift is preparing to mesmerize her fans in Seattle again, as part of her 152-day "The Eras Tour," which is projected to become the most profitable concert tour in music history.

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