A concert by Prince, which was billed as his “first in-person concert,” brought in more than $1 million in July.
The concert was billed by the Prince’s manager, Marc Gold, as a “premiere event” for the singer.
It took place in New York City, but Prince was unable to make the show in person because of a contractual dispute with his management company.
He said the concert sold out, and it’s now the most expensive concert of the summer.
The full concert, which also included appearances by Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Jay-Z, grossed $2.3 million.
But there was some controversy over the event.
The venue, the Brooklyn Bowl, was closed because of the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in June.
Prince did not attend the event and it didn’t make it on the Billboard Hot 100, which ranked the best concerts in the country.
Prince said in a statement to Polygon that the concert was a “once in a lifetime experience,” adding, “The concert has helped bring about a change in my life and I look forward to doing more concerts in 2018.”
The concert was recorded in New Orleans and Los Angeles, but there were also a few shows at other venues.
Aldean, a member of Prince’s entourage, performed.
A spokesperson for the Prince family did not respond to a request for comment.