While it should come as no surprise, some impressive figures from Beyoncé's Formation tour have hit the web courtesy of Billboard Boxscore.

Kicking off on April 27 in Miami and wrapping up on October 7 in New Jersey, the tour took in in $256,084,556 USD total, and sold 2.2 million tickets, according to early reports. Per show, the tour averaged $5.2 million in gross and 45,757 paid attendance. The most profitable individual stops on the tour came from two back-to-back shows at London’s Wembley Stadium in July that took in $15.3 million and sold 142,500 tickets.

Naturally, shows at New York’s City’s Citi Field were also highly lucrative, taking in in $11.5 million and shifting 73,486 tickets, as the highest-grossing dates in the North American leg of the tour.

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