Pearl Jam Huge Money Earned On 2018 Tour Revealed


Pearl Jam have topped the Billboard Boxscore chart dated Nov. 3, 2018, earning $7.1 million at their two August shows at Chicago’s Wrigley Field and $6.7 million at their two shows at Boston’s Fenway Park in September.

Pearl Jam also earned $2.1 million in Missoula, Montana on August 13th at Washington-Grizzly Stadium for Democrat Senator Jon Tester. That show ranked No. 18 on the chart. The Missoula show made history, as it is the third-biggest gross ever reported in the state of Montana. Paul McCartney grossed $3.8 million on August 5, 2014 and The Rolling Stones made $2.8 million on Oct. 4, 2006 at the same venue in Missoula. Pearl Jam’s shows in London at the O2 Arena earlier in the summer on June 18th ($1.7 million) and July 17th ($1.6 million) also grossed massive money.

The last time Pearl Jam topped the Billboard Boxscore was for their Madison Square Garden concerts in New York in 2016. Pearl Jam are currently working on a new album, their first since 2013’s Lightning Bolt. The record is expected to be released in 2019, and it will feature “Can’t Deny Me”, which was released earlier this year as Pearl Jam kicked off their 2018 tour. The band played in South America, Europe, and North America this year, with more shows rumored for next year when the new album comes out.