Harry Styles’ ‘Love On Tour' grossed $105.4m (£382m/€96m) and sold 976,000 tickets across his final full month of performances in June.
The British singer’s tour eventually came to an end in July 2022, after launching post-pandemic in September 2021.
According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, Love On Tour topped the charts with $105.4m and 976,000 ticket sales. Billboard also reported that the figure made Styles only the second act to earn a nine-figure monthly gross after rapper Bad Bunny raked in $123.7m in September 2022 for his ‘World’s Hottest Tour’.
Styles also posted the highest monthly attendance since the charts launched in February 2019, rising above Ed Sheeran’s 750,000 in June 2022 and Coldplay’s 736,000 in March this year.
The former One Direction singer filled June with 15 stadium concerts, with other acts in the top 30 such as The Cure, Matchbox Twenty, Shania Twain and Dead & Company also boasting high show counts but across arenas and amphitheaters. Other major acts to play stadiums included Beyoncé and Coldplay, who placed at two and three in the charts and played 12 and 11 stadium shows, respectively.
Styles’ four concerts at London’s Wembley Stadium grossed $36.4m and sold 335,000 tickets on June 13-14 and 16-17, according to Billboard.
Multiple performances in Amsterdam and Paris also earned $16.5m and $14.2m, respectively, with two dates at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium also grossing $12.2m.
The June concerts pushed Love On Tour’s total gross to $566.2m, before a few shows in July brought the total to $590.3m. There are still four shows left to report to Billboard Boxscore, though the singer has already posted the fourth highest grossing tour in Boxscore history, and is likely to become the fourth $600m tour.