Bruce Springsteen’s Tour Record Broken By Take That

brucespringsteenReformed man-band Take That have broken Bruce Springsteen‘s long-standing record for the highest-grossing residency of all time following their recent eight-date stop at London’s Wembley Stadium as part of their Progress tour, reports Billboard.

The group, which has recently been joined by Robbie Williams who wasn’t a part of their original reunion line-up, have apparently raked in over £38 million for the Wembley shows, comfortably pushing them ahead of the £23.5m Springsteen earned over ten nights at the Giants Stadium in 2003.

Bruce Springsteen performed on his home turf during the massive The Rising world tour which ran throughout 2002-03, launched on the back of his emotional twelfth studio album of the same name.

Beginning on August 7th, 2002 at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey, the tour would go on to play arenas and stadiums across North American and Europe in to 2003, with Springsteen and the E Street Band returning to New Jersey for the residency at Giants Stadium which ran from July 15th-July 27th, 2003.

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