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Highest Grossing Concert Tours

Name the musical acts with the highest-grossing concert tours, adjusted for inflation.
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Years
Name
Artist
784 m
2009–11
__ 360°
645 m
2005–07
A Bigger Bang
503 m
1994–95
Voodoo Lounge
484 m
2008–10
Black Ice World
472 m
2010–13
The Wall
462 m
2005–06
Vertigo
455 m
2008–09
Sticky & Sweet
417 m
2008–09
Taking Chances
405 m
2002–03
Licks
403 m
1994
The Division Bell
403 m
1997-98
Bridges to Babylon
403 m
2007–08
___ ______
Reunion
397 m
2012-13
Wrecking Ball
318 m
2012
MDNA
308 m
2016-17
A Head Full of
Dreams
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Years
Name
Artist
307 m
2002–05
Living Proof:
The Farewell Tour
294 m
2014
Where We Are
288 m
2002–03
The Rising
278 m
2013-15
Out There!
276 m
2008–11
Long Road Out
of Eden
268 m
2016
The River 2016
267 m
2013
Because We Can
263 m
2014-17
_____ _____ with
Trisha Yearwood
261 m
2007–08
Magic
260 m
1987–89
A Momentary
Lapse of Reason
256 m
1997-98
PopMart
256 m
2016
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(52)
Refreshing and great to see some real musicians on here! The Boss, Stones, U2 and The Police amongst the best. Thought It would be full of modern day rubbish, yet apart from one appearance from One Direction there isn't. No Bieber or any hip hop rubbish. Brilliant!
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Aug 10, 2017
(48)
Don't be such a snob ;)
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Aug 10, 2017
(39)
🙌
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Aug 10, 2017
(64)
Kids these days!
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Aug 10, 2017
(38)
People in general take a particular liking to the music they grew up with.
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Aug 10, 2017
(44)
All of this is true, except for Byonce, which is rubbish.
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Aug 10, 2017
(50)
Yes there are some real musicians here, but, and this is definitely an opinion, there are some truly poor musicians in this list as well. The Rolling Stones are all poor musicians (yes, all of them!). AC/DC makes some catchy tunes, but every song has basically the same drum beat and the same chord progressions. They (AC/DC) can play better than the Rolling Stones, but their music is rudimentary at best. Ask any cover band and they will tell you that AC/DC music can be learned in one practice session. Madonna can sort of sing, but she isn't much of a musician. One Direction is just a bunch of pretty boys who are told what to sing. Now, there are some that are great musicians that have made some great original music like Sting (The Police), the Eagles, U2, etc. Sorry if I've offended any fans here, but this is my opinion.
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Aug 10, 2017
(54)
The Eagles are terrible. They have great chops as session musicians, but their music is about as lame as rock music can get. Nobody cares whether Keith Richards is a "poor musician." He's a creative guitar player who has written licks that people will enjoy long after he's gone (if he is in fact mortal). You can find 1,000 guys in every city who can bust out a technically challenging guitar solo. It's a much more common skill than being able to *write* great music. Your approach to music seems very misguided.
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Aug 10, 2017
(70)
I don't like any of them except for Pink Floyd. Not offended. For my money Paul McCartney is the worst.
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Aug 11, 2017
(36)
i typed "Beyonce" and got nothing. what gives?
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Aug 10, 2017
(55)
You forgot the é. It definitely requires the acute accent otherwise her name rhymes with séance
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Aug 10, 2017
(70)
Maybe you already typed it without realizing it?
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Aug 10, 2017
(70)
Guessed Miley Cyrus for "Wrecking Ball." Did the real tour feature Springsteen swinging around naked on a chain?
First thing I thought of for 360 was Anderson Cooper.
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Aug 11, 2017
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Before the internet ruined our lives; the real hardcore fans of bands would queue for tickets when their favourite bands would tour. I remember queueing for Pink Floyd tickets on their Momentary Lapse of Reason tour, sitting in the Queen St Mall for 10 hours waiting for the ticket office to open. Sadly it doesn't happen any more. The show was awesome, and nobody sucked on a sherbet before or during the show, because you don't need drugs to have a good time. At least, that's what the talking rabbit told me.
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Aug 11, 2017
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That was true even in the early 2000s. I remember waiting in line for Green Day tickets overnight. Everyone was so excited, and then around midnight someone drove up with huge speakers mounted on the outside of his car, blasting their (then) new album. People went crazy. It was such a fun and uniting experience.
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Aug 18, 2017
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