Taylor Swift Celebrates the End of Her 1989 World Tour By Taking Her Entire Crew on Vacation
And that's (almost) a wrap! Taylor Swift's 7-month long 1989 World Tour plays its final six dates in Australia next week, and the superstar took her entire 125 member crew on a trip to celebrate. After a quick stop in New Zealand with her family where she battled some bugs, the singer headed to the Aussie destination of Hamilton Island for some much-needed rest and relaxation.
To commemorate the occasion, Swift shared a photo of the entire group on Instagram with a heartfelt message: "So stoked to be able to take my band and crew on a vacation at the end of a long and wonderful tour. For all their hard work this year, they really deserve it," she wrote. "Thank you to Hamilton Island for taking such great care of 125 of the people who work tirelessly to make sure the 1989 World Tour stage gets built, the lights are on, the costumes are made, the guitars are tuned, and the show goes on."
She later posted a second 'gram from the getaway, where she goes face to face with a cockatoo. "Making friends on Hamilton Island," Swift captioned the snap. Check it out below.