There have been some pretty epic tours this year. Drake and the Migos are currently on the “Aubrey & The Three Migos” tour, Travis Scott is set to embark on his “Astroworld” tour and more. However, one of the biggest tours is undoubtedly Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s co-headlining effort, “On The Run II.” The tour ended earlier this month after a four-month stretch across the globe and The Carters’ concluded their tour with over a quarter billion banked.

Billboard reports that Jay-Z and Beyoncé wrapped up their four-month world tour with $253.5M’s in the bank. The tour kicked off on June 6th in Cardiff, Wales’ Principality Stadium. They went on to perform 18 other concerts in Europe which included two nights at London’s Stadium where they grossed $11M with more than 125K tickets sold. After they finished the European leg of the tour in France which included their debut at The Carters, they returned to North America for 30 more shows which included double performances in Landover,MD, East Rutherford, N.J, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, and Pasadena, CA. The biggest earner from the tour was their two-night slow at Atlanta’s Mercedez-Benz Stadium where they grossed $14.1M.

“On The Run II” tour exceeds the bar both Jay-Z and Beyoncé set on their 2014 co-headlining tour. Their gross on “OTR II” compared to “OTR” tour increased by 132%. The original tour grossed $109.6M  from 980K tickets. The duo averaged $5.28M each night on their “On The Run II” tour.