Beyoncé continues to prove why she is that girl.

The Texas native finished the European leg of her “Renaissance World Tour” with a reported $154.4 million, per Billboard’s May Boxscore report.

Making History

Now, that things have wrapped and Beyoncé prepares to make her way to the United States, she has already officially sold one million tickets across 21 shows.


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At this point, Beyoncé’s only competition is herself as the numbers beat out her last European stops with the 2016 “Formation World Tour” and the 2018 “On The Run II Tour,” the latter of which she co-headlined alongside her husband and renowned rapper Jay-Z.

During the “Formation World Tour” and “On The Run II Tour,” Billboard’s findings note that the Parkwood Entertainment creator reportedly drew in $87 million, “marking a 77% bump on her recent stint.”

A European Takeover

Additionally, the London stop at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and her show at Warsaw’s PGE Narodowy were reportedly the biggest-grossing tours for both vicinities.


Additionally, the outlet claims she set a precedent for single-night engagements and the London run brought her a whopping $42.2 million across the span of five nights. She now holds the crown for any act from the United States to do so.


What's Next?

Just as she prepares to kick off the show in the United States at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on July 12, it is only a matter of time before we see what else Queen Bey has under her sleeve.