The world’s most expensive tour is about to begin with one of the most popular in the world.
The first stops in the first half of the year are in California, New Jersey and New York, but as the tour ramps up and it gets closer to the end of the summer, it will expand.
In June, the first two stops in Washington state will be in the heart of the country, followed by three more stops in Arizona, Texas and California.
A couple of the tour’s other stops are in Texas, Arkansas and South Carolina.
Tour operators are expecting to take in a record 3.2 billion people, which means an average of over 7,000 people are expected to travel each day on the tour.