Find out which artists had the most sell-out shows and the highest grossing tours
There were some absolutely huge tours in 2013 - and here's a run down of the biggest, according to Billboard. Starting the countdown of the top 15, grossing £42 million, all 14 of Jay-Z & Justin Timberlake's 'Legends of the Summer' shows sold out. 622,559 fans saw the tour worldwide.
14. All 16 of the concerts on Madonna's tour were sell-outs and every single one of the 577,169 people who bought a ticket attended. Her tour grossed £47 million.
13. Nearly a million fans saw Justin Bieber's 'Believe' tour this year despite 10 of his shows not selling out. The tour grossed £47 million.
12. Only 43 out of 81 concerts on One Direction's 'Take Me Home' tour sold out, but they still played to 1,223,144 screaming fans and grossed £48 million.
11. Pink Floyd's Rogers Waters made £49 million from touring this year. None of his 'The Wall' shows sold out, but he still played to 830,123 people.
10. Making £55 million from touring, 31 out of 44 of US country singer Kenny Chesney's 'No Shoes Nation' shows sold out. He played to 1,186,925 people this year.
9. Depeche Mode played to 1,390,141 people across the globe. 51 out of their 54 'The Delta Machine' shows sold out, meaning the tour made a total gross of £61 million.
8. Selling out 40 out of 59 worldwide shows, Beyoncé's 'Mrs Carter' tour grossed £63 million and was seen by 883,062 people. With her recently released 'surprise' new album she'll be touring into 2014.
7. Taylor Swift's 'RED' tour grossed £70 million. Her 66 gigs were all sell-outs with the pop star playing to 1,363,510 fans.
6. All 23 of the Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary gigs sold out in 2013, with 326,998 attendees. The tour grossed a huge £77 million.
5. With 87 shows across the globe, Rihanna's 'Diamonds' tour was epic. The singer played to 1,595,161 fans, making a total gross of £84 million.
4. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band played to 1,389,778 fans on their 'Wrecking Ball' tour. It grossed £90 million even though only 36 of the 53 worldwide shows were sell-outs.
3. 1,581,939 fans went to see P!nk's 'The Truth About Love' tour, with only three of her 114 shows not selling out. It grossed £90 million.
2. Cirque Du Soleil's 'Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour' never sold out, but 1,425,442 people went to see it overall. The show grossed £96 million.
1. Grossing £125 million, Bon Jovi's 'Because We Can' tour was the most successful of the year. He played 90 sellout shows to 2,178,170 fans.