Madonna's Confessions tour has become the highest-earning show by a female artist, says US magazine Billboard.
Madonna hoped to 'turn the world into one big dancefloor'
Figures are yet to be finalised, but tour manager Arthur Fogel claims 1.2 million people attended 60 shows, making $193.7m (£102.3m).
The four-month tour, which began in LA in May, ends in Tokyo on Thursday.
The previous record was set by Cher's Farewell tour. The three-year tour, which ran between 2002 and 2005, made $192.5m (£101.6m) across 273 shows.
The Confessions on a Dancefloor tour, named after Madonna's number one album, included shows across major US cities, Canada, Europe and Japan.
Rapid ticket sales prompted the 48-year-old star to add extra dates in several cities, including five additional dates at London's Wembley Arena, where tickets cost between £80 and £160.
Despite criticism over a controversial mock crucifixion featured in the stage show, and threats of prosecution, the tour has proved Madonna's most financially successful to date.
The Material Girl's last tour, Re-Invention, in 2004, saw her play 56 shows worldwide, making $125m (£71m), according to Billboard magazine.
The 2001 Drowned World tour reportedly earned $75m (£39.5m).
Billboard claim the singer has earned $400m (£211.2m) in tour ticket sales over six years.