A 2.3-magnitude earthquake was felt in the area due to singer Taylor Swift’s concert held in the American city of Seattle, according to seismologists. According to the BBC, the seismic data was measured during a concert held at Lumen Field on July 22 and 23 as part of Swift’s popular era tour.
Seismologist Jackie Kaplan-Auerbach said the activity was caused by Swift’s fans or sound system. Known as ‘Beast Quake’, this show in Seattle broke the record of 2011.
Earlier in 2011, during a game against the New Orleans Saints, American football fans created the vibration. Dr. Kaplan-Auerbach, a geology professor at Western Washington University, told CNN that the vibration difference between NFL games and Swift’s recent concerts was only 0.3. But it is said that the vibration of Swift’s concert is twice as strong and double as before.
“I collected data from both nights of the concert and noticed that they were clearly the same pattern of signals,” she said. It is stated.
Posting on Instagram afterward, Swift said, “Seattle June was truly one of my favorite weekends. Thank you for everything. Let all the joy in your lungs, scream, jump, dance, sing.” Swift’s Seattle concert is her first musical tour in five years.