Taylor Swift's 1989 Tour was the biggest of 2015, generating $61.7 million in revenue. Country star Kenny Chesney was second on $38.1m, followed by The Rolling Stones on $37.3m according to Billboard's annual moneymaker rankings. Billy Joel placed fourth with $30.1m following his record Madison Square Garden run, ahead of Grateful Dead/Dead & Company at $22.5m. The Top 10 was completed by U2 ($20.6m), One Direction ($19.6m), Luke Bryan ($17.9m), Jason Aldean ($17.1m) and Shania Twain ($13.8m). Justin Bieber's Purpose tour, meanwhile, is the biggest of 2016 so far, with overall sales topping $40.5m from 29 concerts.