Bruce Springsteen’s 53 live shows this year have brought in $147,608,938 – the fourth highest grossing tour of the past twelve months – while The Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary concerts have raked in $126,182,391. Paul McCartney collected the 16th biggest total gross of the year, with $69,584,403 coming in from 21 shows.
Bon Jovi have the biggest tour of 2013, making $205,158,370 from 90 live gigs. The Cirque Du Soleil’s Michael Jackson production The Immortal World Tour is second on the list with a figure of $157,299,100 from no less than 205 shows.
Top 20 highest grossing tours of 2013:
1/ Bon Jovi
2/ Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour
4/ Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
6/ The Rolling Stones
7/ Taylor Swift
9/ Depeche Mode
10/ Kenny Chesney
11/ Rogers Waters
12/ One Direction
13/ Justin Bieber
15/ Jay Z & Justin Timberlake
16/ Paul McCartney
17/ Fleetwood Mac
18/ Maroon 5
19/ Dave Matthews Band
20/ André Rieu
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