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The Rolling Stones have done it yet again with their latest tour becoming one of the highest-grossing tours of all time.

Per Billboard Boxscore, the Stones’ “No Filter” tour, which just wrapped on August 30 and spanned three years, grossed a total of $415.6 million and sold 2,290,871 tickets. These figures are enough for the “No Filter” tour to be ranked the eighth highest-grossing tour of all time.

This is also the second top-ten entry from the Stones on this list, with their 2005-2007 “A Bigger Bang” tour earning $558 million and ranking third all-time. The current highest-grossing tour of all time is Ed Sheeran‘s “The Divide Tour,” which began in 2017, ended in 2019 and grossed a staggering $776 million. The current top ten highest-grossing tours of all time are below.

Top 10 Highest-Grossing Tours of All Time

1. Ed Sheeran: The Divide Tour – $776 million (2017-19)
2. U2: 360° Tour: $736 million (2009-11)
3. The Rolling Stones: A Bigger Bang Tour – $558 million (2005-07)
4. Guns N’ Roses: Not in This Lifetime Tour – $530 million (2016-ongoing)
5. Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams Tour – $523 million (2016-17)
6. Roger Waters: The Wall Live – $459 million (2010-13)
7. AC/DC: Black Ice World Tour – $441 million (2008-10)
8. The Rolling Stones: No Filter Tour – $416 million (2017-19)
9. Bruno Mars: 24K Magic World Tour – $412 million (2017-18)
10. Madonna: Sticky & Sweet Tour – $408 million (2008-09)

 

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