June 1 (UPI) -- Taylor Swift's ongoing Reputation stadium tour has reached the top of Billboard's Hot Tours chart having earned $54 million from five venues.
The tour has sold almost 398,000 tickets across the five stadiums and could potentially earn over $400 million during its six month stint, Billboard reported.
Swift kicked off the tour in May at the University of Phoenix Stadium, breaking records at the venue in both gross and attendance. The pop star also broke records at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., where it became the highest-grossing concert engagement of 2018 and surpassed U2's record for highest gross at the stadium.
The tour is set to wrap up on Oct. 6 in Arlington, Texas, and will also include stops in Chicago, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Toronto, Atlanta and Miami among other cities.
Swift has surprised fans during her concerts by bringing out special guests onstage such as Selena Gomez who joined the singer at the Rose Bowl to perform a duet of her 2015 single, "Hands to Myself."