Take That, Reunited British Boy Band With Robbie Williams, Beats Bruce Springsteen's Record
Take That, Reunited British Boy Band With Robbie Williams, Beats Bruce Springsteen's Record

A reunited Take That - the British boy band featuring Robbie Williams -- has stormed through the U.K., shattering gross records, including Bruce Springsteen's eight-year title as the highest grossing concert stand ever, a mark it topped twice on this tour.

Take That sold out eight concerts at Wembley Stadium June 30-July 9, with a gross of £38,094,558, according to Billboard Boxscore. The U.S. dollar equivalent of that is $61.7 million, far and away the highest gross ever reported to Billboard. Attendance was 623,737, also a record.

Springsteen's stand at Giants Stadium in 2003 grossed $38.6 million and drew 566,560 to 10 sellouts.

Take That also captured the second highest gross ever, with eight more sellouts at City of Manchester Stadium June 3-12 taking in £27,273,546 ($44 million U.S.) with attendance of 443,223. In total, Take That's run through the U.K. grossed $185,175,360 U.S. and drew 1,806,473 fans to 29 shows.

A list of the tour's shows and grosses is below, according to Billboard Boxscore:

May 27, 28, 30, 31
Stadium of Light
Sunderland, England
$21,600,077 (£13,333,381)
Attendance: 206,334

June 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12
City of Manchester Stadium
Manchester, England
$44,183,145 (£27,273,546)
Attendance: 443,223

June 14, 15
Millennium Stadium
Cardiff, Wales
$13,473,534 (£8,316,996)
Attendance: 129,069

June 18, 19
Croke Park
Dublin, Ireland
$18,217,500 (€12,800,646)
Attendance: 154,828

June 22, 23, 24
Hampden Park
Glasgow, Scotland
$16,224,812 (£10,015,316)
Attendance: 154,588

June 27, 28
Villa Park
Birmingham, England
$9,763,108 (£6,026,610)
Attendance: 94,694

June 30, July 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9
Wembley Stadium
London
$61,713,184 (£38,094,558)
Attendance: 623,737