NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- There is arguably no one as dominant in the music industry right now as Taylor Swift, and her upcoming "1989 World Tour" is a hot ticket.

The North American portion of Swift's tour starts this Friday, July 10, when she is set to play back-to-back nights at the MetLife (MET - Get Report) Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The tour will stretch until December, where it will finish up in Australia. Haim, Shawn Mendes, and Vance Joy will be joining Swift as the opening acts for nearly every date.

Swift's East Rutherford dates are sold out on the primary market, which is an impressive feat for a stadium that can hold more than 80,000 people. Secondary market Swift tickets are available through Ticketmaster's (LYV - Get Report) Ticket Exchange option, as fans are able to resell their previously purchased tickets directly through the Ticketmaster site, and have the option to utilize the seating map to identify the best seats.

On the secondary market, the average ticket price for Swift shows remains among the most expensive for any artist -- the average ticket price for the first night at the MetLife Stadium is $546.75, with a get-in price of $143. The second night is slightly cheaper, with an average ticket price of $460.40, with a get-in price of $124.

Other markets are even more expensive for Swift fans. Her most expensive show on the secondary market is her October 27 date at American Airlines  (AAL - Get Report) Arena in Miami, where the average ticket price is a whopping $1,002.55, with a get-in of $315. Her cheapest night is at the Fargodome in North Dakota on September 9, where the average ticket is $178.90, with a get-in of $79.

Swift is known for racking up the accolades. She is the youngest-ever recipient of the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, and is currently the only artist to sell one million albums in the first week of its release -- a feat that she has pulled off an impressive three times. The relationship she has with her fan base helps to explain her loyal following. Just this week, Swift donated $50,000 to an 11-year-old fan with leukemia to help pay her medical expenses, and in June, she offered free tickets to a fan that missed one of her shows due to a delayed flight.

This article is commentary by an independent contributor. At the time of publication, the author held no positions in the stocks mentioned.