NEW YORK (AP) — Taylor Swift’s star-studded “1989 World Tour” topped Pollstar’s list of worldwide tours of the year, grossing $250.4 million.
Swift’s tour grossed $70 million more than the No.2 tour of the year, AC/DC’s “Rock or Bust World Tour,” which brought in $180 million.READ MORE: VIDEO: Space X Launch Lights Up Pre-Dawn Sky; Crew Headed Toward Space Station
One Direction, U2 and Foo Fighters rounded out the Top 5 tours of the year.
Swift’s stadium tour featured songs from her best-selling “1989” album, including “Bad Blood” and “Blank Space.” The tour also featured guest appearances from various musicians, actors, athletes and models, from Mick Jagger to Julia Roberts to Kobe Bryant and Heidi Klum.READ MORE: UPDATE: Police Activity Cleared On Eastbound Lanes Of Bay Bridge; Commute Traffic Brings To Flow
Ticket prices for her tour averaged at $110.50.
Kevin Hart’s comedy tour was a white-hot success, grossing $82.2 million and coming in at No.12. “Violetta,” the Disney-Latin America telenovela that films in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is No. 15 on the list after grossing $76.8 million. The “Violetta Live International Tour,” which features cast members including show star Martina Stoessel, performed a number of concerts in Spain, France, Mexico, Argentina and Italy.MORE NEWS: Rising Sea Level Threatens Stinson Beach Neighborhoods
The rest of the Top 20 spots went to musicians. Garth Brooks came in at No. 9; The Rolling Stones at No. 10; Madonna at No. 11; Paul McCartney at No. 13; and Neil Diamond at No. 20.