Rolling Stones’ ‘No Filter’ Tour Ends With $95 Million Grosses In A Month

The final takings for the entire 2017-19 ‘No Filter’ itinerary were $415.6 million, making it the eighth highest-grossing tour of all time.

Published on

Rolling Stones 00s press shot web optimised 1000
Photo courtesy of The Rolling Stones

Billboard Boxscore’s final figures for the Rolling Stones’ final dates on the 2019 North American leg of their No Filter tour deliver some spectacular statistics. Perhaps the most impressive is that the band’s eight closing stadium shows on the itinerary during the month of August grossed $95 million and sold 415,219 tickets.

Even for a band who’ve made a career of smashing box office records, that’s an impressive tally. Billboard reports that it’s the highest one-month total for any act, not just in the US but internationally, in eight years, since Take That’s UK stadium tour of 2011 surpassed $100 million.

The No Filter tour played two sets of shows in Europe, in September and October 2017 and from late May into early July last year. The third, North American leg began in Chicago in June 2019 and concluded at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on 30 August. That final show was brought forward 24 hours because of the imminent arrival in Florida of Hurricane Dorian.

Boxscore data shows that the Stones had the No. 2 position among all touring during July, when P!nk’s $61.5 million gross put her at the top. The final takings for the entire No Filter tour were $415.6 million, which makes it the eighth highest-grossing tour of all time. It’s the band’s second entry in the all-time top ten, after the A Bigger Bang Tour of 2005-07 finished with $558 million. That tour featured 147 shows, as opposed to only 45 for the recently-competed trek.

Ronnie Wood 2019 documentary approved press photo

Photo: LD Communications

In forthcoming Stones-related developments, Ronnie Wood will release the album Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry, featuring his Wild Five, on 15 November. He will play a one-off London show at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on 21 November. The Eagle Rock documentary about Wood’s life and times, Somebody Up There Likes Me, will premiere at the London Film Festival on 12 October.

Listen to the best of the Rolling Stones on Apple Music and Spotify.

Format: Union Jack flagUK English
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

uDiscover Music - Back To Top
uDiscover Music - Back To Top