Harry Styles is back on top. Styles closed his Love On Tour with a bang on July 22, but the month before proved to be history-making for the star. In June alone, Styles’ tour raked in a whopping $105 million and sold nearly one million tickets, according to Billboard.

This places Styles second behind Bad Bunny, who also earned nine figures in one month with his World’s Hottest Tour in September 2022, earning north of $123 million. This also makes the first time the “Watermelon Sugar” hitmaker has topped Billboard‘s Top Tours chart.

Coming in at No. 2 for June is Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour, followed by Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres World Tour and Dead & Company’s Final Tour, with Ed Sheeran’s The Mathematics Tour rounding out the Top 5.

“Thank you for the way you’ve supported me over the last 13 years,” Styles told the crowd at his final show in Italy. “I couldn’t have done it without you and for loving me in the way that you have. Thank you so much.”

After launching in September 2021, Love On Tour crossed five continents and had a total gross of more than $400 million in ticket sales. He set a record at Madison Square Garden when he performed 15 sold-out shows in August and September 2022.

The tour was in support of his two latest albums, Fine Line and Harry’s House. The latter project was a commercial and critical success, spewing such hits as “Late Night Talking” and “As It Was.” Harry’s House won multiple Grammy Awards in 2023, including the coveted Album of the Year.

“One year of Harry’s House,’” Styles wrote on Instagram in May 2023 celebrating the one-year anniversary of the album’s release. “I’ve never been happier than making this album, thank you for everything.”

According to americansongwriter.com. Source of photos: internet