Kenny Chesney and the Soul2Soul II tour with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are among the 10 highest-grossing tours of 2006, according to Billboard. McGraw and Hill brought in $88.8 million, placing them at No. 5. Chesney’s tour revenues totaled $66 million, landing him at No. 8. The Rolling Stones topped the list with $437 million, earning them the highest-grossing tour ever. Madonna came in second with just under $195 million. Others on the list include Bon Jovi ($131 million), U2 ($96 million), Cirque du Soleil’s Delirium ($78.5 million), Barbra Streisand ($76 million), Dave Matthews Band ($58 million) and Aerosmith ($58 million).