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Guns N' Roses Beat Adele, Beyonce For Top Tour Honors

11/14/2016
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Guns N' Roses

(Classic Rock) The Not In This Lifetime reunion tour has netted Guns N' Roses over $5.5m per show, which has placed them at the top of Pollstar's global concert chart.

Axl Rose and co made more than Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce, Adele and Coldplay per show - but their average ticket price of $117 was also the highest in the top 20 list.

Trade publication Pollstar assemble their chart from information provided by promoters and venue managers, resulting in an average per-event figure for each band.

Second on the list is Springsteen, who made $5.3m per show at a ticket price of $112. He's followed by pop stars Beyonce, Adele and Coldplay, who netted $4.9m, $4.2m and $3.9m respectively. Read more here.

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