Beyoncé breaks monthly record for highest grossing musical tour

In August, the Texan singer earned $179.3 million from the concerts on her Renaissance World Tour. This surpasses her own record, which she set the previous month.

With the 697,000 tickets she sold for her 14 concerts in August for the Renaissance World Tour, Beyoncé grossed $179.3 million, according to Billboard Boxscore. This is the highest figure on record for a single month.

The Texan singer broke her own record for the highest grossing month for a musical tour. She set the previous mark in July by grossing $127.6 million, surpassing Bad Bunny's record of $123.7 million.

On the Renaissance World Tour, which began in Stockholm, Sweden, in May, she has managed to sell $461.3 million in tickets .

Just three of the concerts on the tour, held on Aug. 11, 12 and 14 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, pulled in $39.8 million alone, making them some of the highest-grossing shows in history.

Some $29.4 million in tickets were sold for two concerts at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., on Aug. 6 and 7, while with two others at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Aug. 26 and 27 grossed $25.8 million.

According to Billboard, with 10 concerts left on the Renaissance World Tour, the Texan artist will exceed $500 million in revenue, making this one of the highest grossing tours in history.