Billboard reports the power couple have earned over $150 million so far, landing them in the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot Tours list over other artists who are currently touring like Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, and Bruno Mars. And the duo will likely continue to rise since they still have a month and a half left. Billboard estimates they'll end the tour with $250 million.
If that prediction holds, they'll make more than double than what they made on the original 2014 On the Run Tour which made $109.6 million. (As JAY rapped on 4:44: "On the Run, we took a hundred together/More than the money was the fact that we done it together.") However, $250 mill isn't anything new for Queen Bey. She made $256.1 million by the end of the Formation World Tour in 2016, which had a total of 49 dates across the world. JAY-Z, who did a 32-date tour, brought in $48.7 million for his recent 4:44 Tour last year.
Now, the duo have brought a total of 1.4 million people to their 29 shows across Europe and the U.S. But with 19 dates left, there's no telling what they can pull off. Their debut joint album Everything Is Love arrived in the middle of the European leg, and Bey made history by hiring Tyler Mitchell to shoot her Vogue cover earlier this month, making him the first black photographer ever to do so. Even the Obamas can't help but to turn up at their concert.
The On the Run II tour is scheduled to end at Seattle's CenturyLink Field on Oct. 4. Don't expect to see Beyoncé slip.