With 23 sold out shows and over 970,000 attendees to its credit, pop diva Beyonce‘s ‘Formation’ World Tour reportedly grossed over $120 million by the time its first leg concluded in mid-June, according to concert promoter Live Nation.
Touching down in every corner of North America including Miami, Chicago, Houston, Toronto, Seattle New York City, and more, the hotly-selling tour was designed to support the singer/songwriter’s 6th album ‘Lemonade.’
From the looks of its box office receipts, it’s done just that and more:
Beyonce’s Formation World Tour has so far grossed $123 million, through the end of the trek’s first leg, based on box office counts submitted during the past week by concert promoter Live Nation.
The latest reports from the promoter — with sales from the final four venues of the first leg in North America — totals $26 million, earning the diva the No. 1 slot on the latest Hot Tours roundup…
Detractors should keep in mind this figure is only the sum of the first leg of the tour (which concluded on June 14th.
“Beyonce is now nearing the end of the second leg of her world tour, a five-week European run through 16 cities in 12 countries that closes on Aug. 3.
The Formation World Tour will return to North America later this year with a sweep through nine U.S. cities. “