These are the highest-grossing tours of 2018
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The highest-grossing tours of 2018 have been revealed, with young pop acts dominating the top 25.

Billboard reports that Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ tour comes in at first place, grossing more than $429 million (approximately £335 million) in 99 shows all over the world. Sheeran has set a new year-end record in Billboard’s Boxscore, which has been running since 1990, beating The Rolling Stones’ record of $425.1 million (approximately £335 million) for their 2006 ‘A Bigger Bang’ tour.

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The ‘Shape of You’ singer has also set the all-time record for the highest-grossing solo tour.

Young pop artists predominantly fill the top 10. U2 land the number one spot in the rock genre tour list.

U2, who appear seventh in the overall list, grossed more than $199 million (approximately £155 million) in 2018. The band’s ‘360‎°’ tour that took place from 2009-2011 retains the title of the highest-grossing tour of all time ($736 million).

Billboard’s Boxscore charts are based on information from concerts that took place between November 1 2017 and October 31 2018.

Top 25 tours of 2018

1. Ed Sheeran 2. Taylor Swift 3. Beyoncé and Jay-Z 4. Bruno Mars 5. Pink 6. Justin Timberlake 7. U2 8. The Rolling Stones 9. Kenny Chesney 10. Journey & Def Leppard 11. Eagles 12. Drake 13. Depeche Mode 14. Foo Fighters 15. Celine Dion 16. Billy Joel 17. Luke Bryan 18. Luis Miguel 19. Harry Styles 20. Dead & Company 21. Andre Rieu 22. Elton John 23. Shania Twain 24. Trans-Siberian Orchestra 25. Jay-Z

Beyoncé and Jay-Z

See below for the highest-grossing tours by genre:

Country: Kenny Chesney: $114,333,176

Latin: Luis Miguel: $64,935,983

Pop: Ed Sheeran: $429,491,502

R&B/Hip-Hop: Beyoncé and Jay-Z: $253,514,983

Rock: U2: $119,203,900

06/12/2018 19:26:38
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