Beyoncé and Jay-Z's 2014 "On The Run" tour earned $109.6M.
There are several major tours that have hit the road this summer but Jay-Z's and Beyoncé's "On The Run II" tour might be one of the biggest yet. The tour kicked off in June for their European leg before embarking on the North American part of the tour towards the end of June. As you could expect, each show has been sold out and due to their last four performances reported to Billboard's Hot Tours list, they've exceeded $150 grossed.
Over the stretch of 29 dates in Europe and North America, Jay-Z and Beyoncé has grossed $150.7M so far, Billboard reports. The tour still has nineteen dates left to report to Boxscore before the "OTR II" tour concludes on October 4th. The power couple's last four reported tour stops -- Minneapolis, Detroit and two sold-out shows in Chicago -- earned them $21.2. At this rate, the couple are expected to earn closer to $250M by the time the tour concludes in October.
The "On The Run II" tour is the follow-up to Jay-Z and Beyoncé's 2014 co-headlining "On The Run" tour. Their 2018 run has already grossed way more than their 2014 run which brought in $109.6M.
Bey and Jay's "On The Run" tour now leads the Billboard's Hot Tours list due to their recent shows on this tour. Taylor Swift follows behind them this week after grossing $20.5M on her recent tour dates for her "Reputation" Stadium tour.