Billboard is sharing the list of highest-grossing tours of 2018.

Pop artists make up for a substantial portion of the chart. You can check out the full list below.

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Billboard has been posting its end of the year lists this week, sharing which songs and artists were the most successful in 2018. On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the company released its Top 10 tracks of the year, which included two Post Malone songs.

Now, the results of which tours did the best in 2018 are in, and they're dominated by pop artists.

Ed Sheeran's Divide Tour tackles first place, grossing over $429 million in 99 shows all over the world. The numbers make the run the most successful in the history of the Billboard Boxscore, which started in 1990.

Previous to that, the Rolling Stones held the top spot with their 2006 A Bigger Bang Tour, which grossed $425.1 million.

According to Billboard, the top ten is filled by young pop artists, marking a shift from the usual from the usual legacy acts that dominate the chart.

However, U2 still got the number one spot for the rock genre. The band's Top Rock Tour, which appears at seven overrall, grossed over $199 million. Plus, Journey and Def Leppard appear on the top 10 due to their co-headliner.

Billboard's Boxscore charts are based on information from shows that took place between Nov. 1, 2017 and Oct. 31, 2018. You can check the top 25 list in full below.

2018 TOP 25 TOURS

1. Ed Sheeran
2. Taylor Swift
3. Beyoncé and Jay-Z
4. Bruno Mars
5. Pink
6. Justin Timberlake
7. U2
8. The Rolling Stones
9. Kenny Chesney
10. Journey & Def Leppard
11. Eagles
12. Drake
13. Depeche Mode
14. Foo Fighters
15. Celine Dion
16. Billy Joel
17. Luke Bryan
18. Luis Miguel
19. Harry Styles
20. Dead & Company
21. Andre Rieu
22. Elton John
23. Shania Twain
24. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
25. Jay-Z

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