To Whom Says Rock Is Dead Here Is the List of 20 Most Profitable Rock & Metal Tours of 2018

This year new tredn among poppers and haters is to say affirmna by all means that rock – and of course, its subgenres as Metal – is dead. By tell you something, if rock is dead, Heavy Metal has resurected from the dead. To tell you the truth, it’s about thirty years that I hear this same useless nonsense. Here’s a Pollstar list of the 20 most profitable 2018’s rock and Metal tours:

20. Iron Maiden – $37.5 million

19. Elton John – $37.5 million

18. Paul McCartney – $37.9 million

17. Phish – $38.9 million

16. Queen + Adam Lambert – $39.7 million

15. The Killers – $42.9 million

14. Dead & Company – $46.3 million

13. Dave Matthews Band – $47.7 million

12. Trans-Siberian Orchestra – $53.7 million

11. Metallica – $67.3 million

10. Billy Joel – $70.3 million

9. Phil Collins – $75.5 million

8. Guns N’ Roses – $82.4 million

7. Foo Fighters – $87.3 million

6. Bruce Springsteen (Springsteen on Broadway) – $88.3 million

5. Journey + Def Leppard – $97.8 million

4. The Rolling Stones – $116.6 million

3. U2 – $126.2 million

2. Roger Waters – $131.3 million

1. Eagles – $166 million

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