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From Cardiff, Wales, across Europe, the Atlantic and wrapping up in Seattle, the four month-long venture saw Beyoncé and Jay-Z tour the world for 48 shows. After their last appearance on October 4, the stats from the iconic duo have been reported, and with data from Pollstar and Varietythe numbers are impressive.

Following the release of Beyoncé’s Lemonade and JAY-Z’s 4:44 albums from the past two years and their collaborative launch on Everything is Love, it seems the world was keen to see it all live with the power couple bringing in $254,050,706 USD. According to reports, the tour sold 2,169,050 tickets with each concert averaging gross sales of $6,514,120.69. The biggest show during the “On The Run II” was undoubtedly at Atlanta – where fans stormed the stage during the performance – grossing $14.1 million alone.

Not only is the Carter couple parents to three children, they are kept busy with business endeavours including Jay-Z’s recent appointment to Creative Director of Puma Basketball.

Now we wait to see what else comes from the duo. Stay tuned.