Bon Jovi had the biggest international music tour of 2013, according to this year’s Billboard’s rankings.
The rock band played to more than 2 million fans during 90 sell-out shows, grossing $205 million.
Cirque Du Soleil’s Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour was second on the list, followed by singer Pink.
The Rolling Stones were at number six, raking in $126 million from 23 shows.
They finished behind Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, who were fourth on the list after grossing $147 million from 53 shows.
Rihanna was at number five in the rankings after she played to more than 1.5 million fans during the year, bringing in $137 million.
It is the third time a tour by Bon Jovi has finished as Billboard‘s highest grossing of the year.
The band – which is fronted by Jon Bon Jovi – previously achieved the feat in 2008 and 2010.
This year’s Because We Can tour began in February and finishes at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia, on Tuesday.
Other British, or part-British bands, to make the Billboard list included Depeche Mode at number nine, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters (11), boy band One Direction (12), Paul McCartney (16), Fleetwood Mac (17) and heavy metal band Iron Maiden at 25.
The lone classical musician to make the list was Dutch violinist Andre Rieu, who came in 20th place after raking in nearly $50 million from his 70 performances.
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