Irish rock band U2 had the top-grossing tour of 2005, according to an end-of-year chart compiled by US magazine Billboard.
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More than three million people watched the band's sell-out 90-date Vertigo tour which grossed $260m (£146.6m).
U2's homecoming shows in Dublin in June grossed more than $21.1m (£11.8m) and attracted nearly 247,000 fans.
The chart, which will be published in the magazine's next issue, also features The Eagles and Neil Diamond.
The Eagles, who formed in 1972, took $117m (£66m) from 77 shows in 2005, while Diamond grossed more than $71m (£40m).
Country star Kenny Chesney was fourth with a gross of $63m (£35.5m), More than 1.1 million people watched his shows - a figure second only to U2's.
The top 10 touring grosses were rounded out by Paul McCartney with $60m (£33.8m), Rod Stewart with $49m (£27m), Elton John with $45.5m (£25.6m), Dave Matthews Band with $45m (£25.3m), Jimmy Buffett with $41m (£23m) and Green Day with $36.5m (£20.5m).
However, the chart does not include sales for the Rolling Stones who have just finished the US leg of their A Bigger Bang tour.
Figures for their tour are expected to be released when it is complete.