If you’ve ever wonder if there is still money in band hitting the road, well, U2’s recently-completed Experience + Innocence tour has reportedly earned the Irish rockers a staggering $126.2 million in income at the box office, this comes via a report from Billboard.
The 2018 tour kicked off with a 27-date North American leg that started in Tulsa, OK in the month of May and the band finished the trek in Uncasville, CT in early July. This leg of the tour brought in an initial $61.5 million. This was then followed by a 32-show European leg that kicked off in August, and ran through till mid-November, this part of the tour saw the band bringing in another $64.7 million.
The breakdown of numbers for the Experience + Innocence tour are pretty darn impressive. U2 played in front of 923,733 fans during the 59-date tour.
But here are the big numbers, Cash wise, the tours biggest earners came from two of the biggest venues in the world. U2 grossed a cool $9.4 million from four shows at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris and a hefty $8.7 million from the bands three shows at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden. Not too shabby.
Check out “Even Better Than The Real Thing” from the Experience + Innocence tour below: