Guns N’ Roses Earned Over $50 Million in 15 North American Shows

Guns N’ Roses’ ongoing Not in This Lifetime Tour is one of the most profitable ever, reports Billboard Boxscore.

The band raked in about $53 million from ticket revenue alone in 15 North American dates this past summer.

Since frontman Axl Rose reunited with classic lineup bassist Duff McKagan and guitarist Slash in April of 2016, the legendary hard rock band is believed to have earned over $300 million.

On of the largest concerts of 2017 was in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where the band reportedly earned over $5.5 million in ticket sales and performed to over 48,740 people.

The band’s tour manager says there are about 70 crewmembers traveling with the band at any given time. Then over 400 local workers join the crew in each city.  


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