Korean idol group BTS earned a whopping US$2 million from a single concert in Australia, catapulting them into the Billboard Boxscore chart.
In the latest Boxscore tally, BTS placed fourth by grossing $2,054,650 from their May 26 concert at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia attended by 11,023 fans or an average ticket price of $186.40.
With the earnings, BTS topped fellow boy band EXO which placed eight on the previous Boxscore chart for raking in $1,436,158 for an April 28 concert in Inglewood City in Los Angeles, California.
BTS are currently in their last leg of their Wings Tour in Japan. Starting in Osaka on May 31 and June 1, BTS will be holding their last concerts in Hiroshima, Nagoya, Saitama, Fukuoka and Sapporo from June 7 to July 2.
In the latest tally, the Pa'l Norte concert featuring The Killers, Mana, Placebo, Kaskade, M.I.A., Jason Derulo, The Offspring and Enanitos Verdes placed first with $4 million in earnings for a two-day concert in Monterrey, Mexico on March 31 and April 1 with 54,751 in attendance.
Second is the concert of Eric Clapton and Doyle Bramhall II at the Royal Albert Hall in London, UK that earned $2.4 million from May 22 to 24 with 14,319 people.
Third is Marc Anthony's concert in Mexico City, Mexico that earned $2.29 million from May 9 to 11 with an audience of 28,811.
Fifth is the show of Ed Sheeran, Anne-Marie and Ryan McMullan in Glasgow, UK from April 16 to 17 which grossed $1.99 million and attended by 25,220 fans.
The sixth to tenth top grossing concerts are:
6. Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak, $1.97 million, April 12-13, Glasgow, UK
7. Festival Ceremonia: Bjork, Underworld, Beach House, M.I.A., James Blake, Nicolas Jaar, $1.87 million, April 2, Mexico City, Mexico
8. Green Day and The Interrupters, $1.77 million, May 10 to 11, Sydney, Australia
9. The Weeknd, Rae Sremmurd, Belly and 6lack, $1.61 million, May 4, Dallas, Texas
10. Bon Jovi, $1.49 million, April 1, Uncasville, Connecticut