In case you missed it, Beyoncé's brand is as strong as ever. Not only does the singer have four Emmy nominations to her name for her visual album, Lemonade, but she's raking in serious cash on her 49-date Formation World Tour.
According to Billboard (via Live Nation), the first leg of the four-leg tour, which saw Bey make her way through North America and Canada, grossed $123 million and attracted more than 970,000 fans to 23 sold out dates. Beyoncé earned the most during her shows at New York City's Citi Field, home of the Mets, while her shows in Chicago attracted the most attendees, a stunning 89,270 fans over two nights. On the strength of these numbers, the Houston songstress has, no surprise here, the most successful tour of the year. (With a $17 million gross, Justin Bieber's Purpose tour is a distant second.)
On August 3, Beyoncé will complete the second leg of her tour, a five-week jaunt through Europe, before heading back to the States for the third part of the Formation tour. The last concert of the tour will take place in Nashville on October 2.
All we can say is stay hydrated, girl!