Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour was the event to see and be seen over the summer. If you didn’t have the pleasure of attending in person there were plenty of pictures and videos posted online immediately after she left the stage.
And that is nowhere more true than in Arlington.
According to data from AT&T, concertgoers at Taylor Swift’s April 2 show at AT&T Stadium in Arlington recorded 28.9 terabytes (TB) of data usage, the MOST data AT&T has ever recorded for a single stadium event.
To put that into context, that’s about 5.7 million photos or almost 12,000 hours of streaming video for just that one concert! And that’s not taking into account the data of phones from other providers.
According to NBC DFW, the date used at that Taylor Swift show was more than any Super Bowl in history, with the 2023 Super Bowl generating the most data usage at 21 TB.
Swift’s April 22 in Houston at NRG Stadium had the third highest AT&T data used, with 20.2 TB of data.
The top ten stadiums that registered the most AT&T data use include:
-AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) 28.9TB
-Nissan Stadium (Nashville, TN) 23TB
-NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) 20.2TB
-SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles, CA) 12.6TB
-Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA) 12TB
-State Farm Stadium (Glendale, AZ) 9.05TB
-Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL) 8.6TB
-Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) 7.2TB
-U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN) 6.6TB
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