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Veteran male rock’n’roll acts have biggest 2017 world tours
    2018-01-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Veteran*, white male rock stars raked in* the most cash from world tours in 2017, according to an annual list released last week, while the highest-ranked women, Celine Dion and Lady Gaga, failed to make the top 10.

Irish band U2 grossed a leading US$316 million from its 30th anniversary “Joshua Tree” tour. It was followed by hard rock band Guns N’ Roses which took in US$292.5 million, according to trade publication Pollstar’s ranking of the top 20 worldwide tours of 2017.

British band Coldplay came in third, with US$238 million, on a list where Bruno Mars, 32, of Puerto Rican and Philippine descent, was the only musician of color in the top 10. Mars grossed US$200 million. Ed Sheeran, 26, was the youngest singer in the top 10, pulling in US$124.1 million.

Pollstar’s ranking is based on ticket sales data and does not include revenue from merchandise* which can add a sizable chunk* to tour earnings. (SD-Agencies)

 

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