The Rolling Stones Made This Much Money On The No Filter Tour
Sep 13, 2019 @ 9:35am
INDIO, CA - OCTOBER 14: (L-R) Musician Keith Richards, singer Mick Jagger and musician Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones perform during Desert Trip at the Empire Polo Field on October 14, 2016 in Indio, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
It’s good to be the Rolling Stones, who just brought in a ton of money from their three-year, three-leg No Filter Tour.
According to Billboard Boxscore, the Brit rockers have joined their previous A Bigger Bang run of dates in the Top 10 of all-time grossing tours, the only band to have two on this chart, earning $415.6 million from 2,290,871 tickets sold.
The Stones took in around $11.1 million per show in North America, despite the smaller US and Canadian attendance figures, averaging 49,041 tickets per night.
Here’s something else incredible: Since Billboard started keeping track, The Stones have sold 27.2 million tickets over a reported 679 concerts, earning $2.386 billion.
What’s the biggest concert you’ve attended? Have you seen the Stones live? How many times?