Guns N’ Roses, Queens of the Stone Age, Bush & Deftones Earned Shocking Money At Recent Shows


Guns N’ Roses leads the latest slate of ticket sales data reported to Billboard Boxscore with box-office grosses from fifteen shows during the summer 2017 North American leg of the band’s Not In This Lifetime tour.

Guns N’ Roses added $53 million in sold ticket revenue to the trek’s overall gross that is now believed to have passed the $300 million mark since its April 2016 launch.

Guns N’ Roses’ July 30, 2017 concert in Minneapolis, Minnesota, which featured Deftones in the support slot, was the highest-grossing show on the list, having surpassed the $5.5 million mark in ticket sales. The performance took place at the U.S. Bank Stadium that held a crowd of 48,740. GNR’s August 30, 2017 concert at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada’s Commonwealth Stadium held 44,393 fans with $4.8 million in sales.

Queens of the Stone Age’s show in Columbus, Ohio on September 12, 2017 grossed $191,930.

Queens of the Stone Age’s show in Pittsburgh, Pa. on September 13, 2017 grossed $160,007.

Sublime with Rome’s show in Columbus, Ohio on September 17, 2017 grossed $32,976.

The MMR BQ featuring: Godsmack, Live, Bush, The Pretty Reckless & others in Camden, N.J. on May 20, 2017 grossed $460,368.