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Roger Waters (born September 6, 1944) is a world-renowned, seminal British musician who rose to recognition as the conceptual leader of the progressive rock outfit Pink Floyd, hailing from Great Bookham, Surrey, England.

Born in Great Bookham, Surrey, Roger Waters’ father was a conscientious objector for the early part of WW2, however later changed this stance and was killed in action at Aprilia when Roger was five months old. Following his fathers death, Roger moved with his mother to Cambridge, which is where he met future band mates Syd Barrett and David Gilmour. Upon subsequently enrolling at Regent Street Polytechnic, Waters met Pink Floyd founding members Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The three members went on to play music together for the first time in the autumn of 1963, dubbing themselves Stigma 6 and occasionally the Meggadeaths.

By 1966 the moniker Pink Floyd had been settled on with a lineup consisting of Roger Waters, Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright. Together Pink Floyd would prove to be one of the most influential, open-minded and ultimately successful rock bands of all time. In 1968 Barrett left the group and was replaced by David Gilmour, as a result Waters took the band’s conceptual reigns and began honing the distinctive Punk Floyd sound. This included the second best-selling record of all time “The Dark Side of the Moon” (1973), “Wish You Were Here” (1975), “Animals” (1977), “The Wall” (1979), and “The Final Cut” (1983), culminating in over 250 million copies sold worldwide.

Waters departed Pink Floyd in 1985 and following a legal dispute regarding the rights to the name and material, the musician began crafting solo material. The esteemed singer-songwriter’s debut solo album, “The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking”, arrived in 1984, featuring Eric Clapton and David Sanborn. Following the release and disappointing supporting tour, Waters scored the soundtrack to the animated film “When the Wind Blows” in 1986, after which he released his second full-length album “Radio K.A.O.S.”. Issued in 1987, the record is a concept album based on a Welsh mute who can physically tune his mind into radio waves, and earned more popular reviews than its predecessor.

In November 1989, the world’s most polarising symbol, the Berlin Wall, fell. In 1990 Waters staged arguably the largest and most impressive rock concert in history, The Wall Live. Playing to in excess of 200,000 people, alongside fellow musicians Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Cyndi Lauper, and the Scorpions, a double live album “The Wall - Live in Berlin” was subsequently released to platinum sales. After a move to Columbia Records, Waters released his third studio album, “Amused to Death”, in 1992. Drawing greater comparisons to his Pink Floyd output, the record was his best-received to date, spawning the single “What God Wants, Pt. 1”.

In 1999 the extolled musician began touring again after a seven-year hiatus, playing a combination of solo and Pink Floyd material. The tour proved a huge success, constantly expanding to play larger venues and more dates, including a final show at 2002’s Glastonbury Festival. Following a reunion with Mason, Wright, and Gilmour in 2005 for Live 8 in London’s Hyde Park, Waters released the operatic album “Ça Ira”, based on the French Revolution. In 2010 Waters’ The Wall Live tour began, which by 2013 became the highest-grossing tour by a solo artist of all time.

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Roger Waters: Us + Them

This was one of the most spectacular concert experiences of my life, and I have seen hundreds of shows. I was blown away a few years ago by Roger's The Wall tour and really did not know what to expect from Us + Them.

When I saw the tour was kicking off close to my home I immediately got online to buy a ticket, took the day off from work, and drove to Kansas City to see the opening show of the tour. It was unbelievable and exceeded my expectations. I thought it would just be a singular concert limited to Roger's new album, "Is This the Life We Really Want?", which would have been just fine with me, but it was so much more. If you loved or even just liked The Wall tour you will be equally impressed by Us + Them. I do not make that comparison lightly. The Wall is the gold standard of rock shows in my opinion.

There was so much going on as far as music, videos, and props it is hard to believe that any one person could possibly take it all in. The images were so vivid and carefully constructed it was almost impossible to keep from being overwhelmed by the impact on the audience.

As with much of Pink Floyd music there was a multitude of political statements, mostly critical of Trump and the shameful things going on in the United States today.

The music was a mixture of Roger's solo and Pink Floyd tunes, borrowing heavily from Darkside of the Moon, The Wall, and Animals. You don't have to be a Pink Floyd fan or a Roger Waters fan to love this show. It comes easily if you go by nothing more than spectacle. If you are a Pink Floyd fan you will look at the music in a whole new way. If that's even possible over all these years.

I highly recommend this show to anyone who loves rock 'n' roll, statement theatre, and high production values. The use of stadium sized HD video screens, and the pig and moon drones, followed by the laser pyramid at the end..., you have no idea what you are in for.

The Sprint Center was filled to near capacity with absolutely thrilled fans. There was no barring of video or photography, and there is no way that any one person could take all of the imagery in.

I think if you review setlist.com and look at YouTube videos of the show it will make you want to see the show more and not feel like you've already seen it. Video and photographs do not do justice to everything that was going on nor do they capture the scope and scale.

While watching, I thought of all my friends and family who would enjoy the show, and wish they could've been there with me to experience the sheer joy of this production.

I must also point out how genuinely appreciative and blown away Roger was by the positive response from the audience during his stage interactions. He was clearly pleased with his creation and it's effect on everyone present. As usual he delivers his message in a spot-on manner and clearly connects with what people are feeling in the age of Trump. It is impossible to comment on all the messages and imagery employed during Roger's commentary. Suffice to say that Roger is a master wordsmith and musician and proves it again with Us + Them. He is truly a treasure to be savored. I cannot wait to see him again. His polish, professionalism, and production values blow 99% of other rock acts completely out of the water. What an experience! I highly recommend this show.

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I saw the man, (the "legend"!), on his 2010 "The Wall" tour, at the Staples Center here in Los Angeles. I also went to see the "Pros and Cons.." & "Radio Kaos" tours, years back. I expected a lot from "Roger Waters' - The Wall", I have to admit; for I'd read & heard reviews, & knew that Roger was quite proud of the show. I've listened to the original "The Wall" album maybe a thousand or more times since it came out in 1980,(no exaggeration, either), for I truly do love the album. I know it word for word, & note for note. What I got to witness at this concert, though, even exceeded my expectations! It was far and away the best rock concert I've ever experienced 'in my life' - & I say this, after going to maybe 70 major rock concerts over the last 40 years. The sound was amazing, the visuals were mind-boggling, & Roger still sings and plays so incredibly well. Outside of his music, I see Mr. Waters (the man) as a pretty awesome person, too. A creative genius, a true humanitarian who 'cares' about others, & I very much relate to his political views. Just,.. if there is any 'one person' that I consider a "hero" of mine, I suppose it would have to be Roger Waters. In concert, there just is no better, (well, except for maybe Led Zeppelin)LoL; so, in a word, "GO!" (You won't be sorry.)

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Roger Waters is an English musician, singer, songwriter and composer best known as the bassist and vocalist with Pink Floyd. However, as a solo artist, he still puts on great concerts. Waters has had a solo career for about thirty years and has come to recent prominence with his anti-war sentiment. During the United States invasion of Iraq led to two new tracks on the Internet: "To Kill the Child", inspired by the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and "Leaving Beirut", an anti-war song inspired by his travels in the Middle East.

Waters puts on a good show that is pretty simple in nature. The focus is on him on the stage as he generally is in skinny tattered jeans and a grungy t-shirt with just him, his guitar, and a microphone. He is still an amazing performer and fills the room with his powerful voice and lyrics. I've seen him play a stadium and he still managed to wow the whole place and it was impossible to stay seated. I wasn't the only one - everyone was standing up and singing along. The epic guitar riffs backed up by drums, keys and a light show and set that was just as epic, making it one scorcher of a concert.

You would be hard pressed to find another show that captures an amazing sound, displays some of the most cutting-edge theatrics, and packs a more powerful message all in one show.

If you are a fan of Pink Floyd, DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW!!! If you are a casual fan, I suspect you would still enjoy this show immensely, though anyone who is an actual fan of the band/Roger knows he wears his political views on his sleeves. If you are completely oblivious to this you are either not a huge fan, or just don't care about politics anyway. It would be like me going to see Ted Nugent and expecting him to say something I wouldn't find repellent- that would be on me.

So, to summarize, if you love the work of Pink Floyd & specifically much of what Roger wrote, plus you are either left-leaning politically (or couldn't be bothered), them go. Otherwise, stay home so actual fans don't have to hear inane chit-chat behind us while trying to enjoy the show.

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The music was excellent.

Every Pink Floyd song was spot on.

The sound system sounded great even in the cheap seats. The show was nearly, if not completely sold out and I saw no empty seats. The crowd was well behaved while security was thorough they were not obnoxious.

The only negative was the overbearing Anti-Trump rhetoric with a continuous "F" Trump message splashed across the big screen during many songs. The obligatory flying pig even had Anti-Trump slogans! It was sad that musical performances and artist feel they need to push a political agenda! I felt the whole time this was displayed that if identical slurs had been made against our previous President, the media would have a melt down! CNN, ABC, CBS, MSNBC would have been proud!

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WOW! That is all one can truly say about this performance! The theatrics were incredible, the band was top-notch, and Waters himself, hasn't lost a thing, and obviously was deeply moved-by, and appreciative-of his fans. I was pleased to see a sold-out arena for the evening, composed of all age-groups and backgrounds. Personally, my favorite portion, or aspect, of the experience was the political critiques being cast through the imagery and music, with a nice-touch of synchronized youth from the Philadelphia area during 'Another Brick Part 2'. Very dark and thought provoking, as Floyd has been for me through my life. Please return next year! I can-not wait to see The Wall! Thank you for your work to assist in raising awareness! RESIST.

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The show was spectacular a real treat for the ears and eyes, I have seen Pink Floyd live (1980, The Wall) David Gilmour live (2016, Royal Albert Hall) and now Roger Waters. All were superb.

What was amazing was the near 10 minute standing ovation near the end of the show - even Roger was somewhat taken aback.

A big age range was in the audience I saw one woman must be near 80 right down to kids around the 10 year old mark.

Sitting beside me was a girl around the 20 mark, who clearly knew all the lyrics and had never seen any Pink Floyd stuff done live before - she was in tears for about half the show, she enjoyed it that much.

Excellent show, pass it on to Roger and his superb band.

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Most recent time I have seen Roger Waters was in Birmingham as part of the Us & Them tour. I expected something spectacular and it certainly was visually amazing, and musically excellent with some very good musicians and singers aswell. There was quite a lot of politics, most of which was very relevant, and the audience was very supportive.

If you are expecting more from Roger Waters than merely going through Pink Floyd songs then I definitely recommend seeing him. This show was excellent and definitely not boring - in fact on the 3 occasions I have seen him he has held my interest throughout.

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Absolutely stunning! Roger once again managed to completely blow my mind. It was not the show I was expecting but in fact it surpassed my expectations - just the right balance of Floyd with his new material although I would have welcomed a track or two from his first three albums.

I discovered new meaning in all of the Floyd material which is a true testament to the magnitude of their greatness. Was wonderful hearing Roger call out Trump, Putin, et al but also hold the audience accountable - he owned us in the best way possible.

Worth every penny!

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All I can say is AWESOME!!! Just what I expected! I can't get one of the new songs he played out of my head and I dreamed about it that night. VERY powerful! David Kilminster played all the Pink Floyd stuff spot on!!! The singers Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig helped make it an amazing show as well but all the people on stage did! Out show was in Vancouver and he got local kids up and singing for "Another Brick in the Wall" which also was spot on. Loved and agreed with all his comments to the audience.

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Roger Waters Sets Rescheduled Tour Dates, Teases His ‘First Farewell Tour’

By Kory Grow

Roger Waters will embark on what he’s cheekily teasing as his “first farewell tour,” officially dubbed This Is Not a Drill, next summer. He was supposed to launch the trek last year, but pandemic lockdowns sidelined his plans. The new run of dates will kick off in Pittsburgh on July 6th, 2022.

Tickets are on sale now via RogerWaters.com . Those who held onto tickets for the 2020 dates will get an email with further information about the new dates. Those tickets will be valid for the new dates.

“This Is Not A Drill is a groundbreaking new rock & roll/cinematic extravaganza, performed in the round,” Waters wrote in a statement. “It is a stunning indictment of the corporate dystopia in which we all struggle to survive, and a call to action to love, protect, and share our precious and precarious planet home. The show includes a dozen great songs from Pink Floyd ‘s Golden Era alongside several new ones — words and music, same writer, same heart, same soul, same man. Could be his last hurrah. Wow! My first farewell tour! Don’t miss it. Love, R.”

When Waters announced the tour last year , he promised an all-new production, following his Us + Them and the Wall tours, that would be presented in the round.

When he was originally planning it, he had timed it to run up to the 2020 election. “[The new tour] will be even more political than Us + Them was — political and humane,” Waters told Rolling Stone in 2019. “We were listening to songs and looking at setlists today. We were talking about, what should we call it? I shouldn’t be giving this away, but I don’t give a shit because it will probably all change, but imagine the iconic helicopter that normally comes before ‘Happiest Days’ and ‘Brick 2’ — that noise that we all know and love — and imagine a megaphone, somebody abused this device before, I know — but, ‘This is not a drill.’ I thought that could be a good title for the show: This Is Not a Drill. The ruling class is killing us.”

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Roger Waters Announces “This Is Not A Drill” 2022 North American Tour

Tickets on sale Friday, March 25 at 10:00AM local time

Due to overwhelming demand, Roger Waters: This Is Not A Drill 2022 North American tour has announced more shows across the U.S. this summer. Columbus, OH at Nationwide Arena on August 10, 2022; Glendale, AZ at Gila River Arena on October 3, 2022; and Austin, TX at Moody Center on October 6, 2022. 

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Tickets for these additional dates go on sale beginning Friday, March 25 at 10:00am local time. To purchase tickets and for additional tour information, please visit rogerwaters.com .

“This Is Not A Drill is a groundbreaking new rock and roll/cinematic extravaganza, performed in the round, it is a stunning indictment of the corporate dystopia in which we all struggle to survive, and a call to action to LOVE, PROTECT and SHARE our precious and precarious planet home. The show includes a dozen great songs from PINK FLOYD’S GOLDEN ERA alongside several new ones, words and music, same writer, same heart, same soul, same man. Could be his last hurrah. Wow! My first farewell tour! Don’t miss it. Love R.”

Roger Waters: This Is Not A Drill is promoted by AEG Presents’ Concerts West.

Roger Waters: This Is Not A Drill – 2022 North American Tour Dates

July 6, 2022 – Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena

July 8, 2022 – Toronto, ON, Scotiabank Arena

July 9, 2022 – Toronto, ON, Scotiabank Arena

July 12, 2022 – Boston, MA, TD Garden

July 15, 2022 – Montreal, QC, Bell Centre

July 17, 2022 – Quebec, QC, Videotron Centre

July 20, 2022 – Albany, NY, MVP Arena

July 23, 2022 – Detroit, MI, Little Caesars Arena

July 26, 2022 – Chicago, IL, United Center

July 28, 2022 – Milwaukee, WI, Fiserv Forum

July 30, 2022 – Minneapolis, MN, Target Center

August 2, 2022 – Cincinnati, OH, Heritage Bank Center

August 5, 2022 – Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center

August 6, 2022 – Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center

August 10, 2022* – Columbus, OH, Nationwide Arena

August 13, 2022 – Elmont, NY, UBS Arena at Belmont Park

August 16, 2022 – Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena

August 18, 2022 – Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena

August 20, 2022 – Atlanta, GA, State Farm Arena

August 23, 2022 – Miami, FL, FTX Arena

August 25, 2022 – Orlando, FL, Amway Center

August 27, 2022 – Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena

August 30, 2022 – New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

August 31, 2022 – New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

September 3, 2022 – Kansas City, MO, T-Mobile Center

September 6, 2022 – Denver, CO, Ball Arena

September 8, 2022 – Salt Lake City, UT, Vivint Arena

September 10, 2022 – Portland, OR, Moda Center

September 13, 2022 – Edmonton, AB, Rogers Place

September 15, 2022 – Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena

September 17, 2022 – Tacoma, WA, Tacoma Dome

September 20, 2022 – Sacramento, CA, Golden 1 Center

September 23, 2022 – San Francisco, CA, Chase Center

September 24, 2022 – San Francisco, CA, Chase Center

September 27, 2022 – Los Angeles, CA, Crypto.com Arena

September 28, 2022 – Los Angeles, CA, Crypto.com Arena

October 1, 2022 – Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena

October 3, 2022* – Glendale, AZ, Gila River Arena

October 6, 2022* – Austin, TX, Moody Center

October 8, 2022 – Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center

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This is not a drill tour, event information, roger waters this is not a drill 2022 north american tour announces more shows across the u.s.    , tickets to see roger waters at fiserv forum on july 28 are on sale now .

MILWAUKEE (March 23, 2022) – Due to overwhelming demand, Roger Waters: This Is Not A Drill 2022 North American tour has announced more shows across the U.S. this summer. Columbus, OH at Nationwide Arena on August 10, Glendale, AZ at Gila River Arena on October 3 and Austin, TX at Moody Center on October 6. Tickets for Roger Waters’ show at Fiserv Forum on July 28 are on sale now at fiservforum.com .   

To purchase tickets and for additional tour information, please visit rogerwaters.com .  

“This Is Not A Drill is a ground-breaking new rock and roll/cinematic extravaganza, performed in the round. It is a stunning indictment of the corporate dystopia in which we all struggle to survive, and a call to action to LOVE, PROTECT and SHARE our precious and precarious planet home. The show includes a dozen great songs from PINK FLOYD’S GOLDEN ERA alongside several new ones, words and music, same writer, same heart, same soul, same man. Could be his last hurrah. Wow! My first farewell tour! Don’t miss it. Love R.” 

Roger Waters: This Is Not A Drill is promoted by AEG Presents’ Concerts West. 

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Due to overwhelming demand, Roger Waters: This Is Not A Drill 2022 North American tour has announced more shows across the U.S. this summer. including a stop in Kansas City, MO at T-Mobile Center on Sept. 3.

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Roger Waters Debuts “This Is Not a Drill Tour” with Stunning Visuals, Scathing Commentary: Review, Photos, and Setlist

Former Pink Floyd member also premiered a new song called "The Bar"

Roger Waters Debuts “This Is Not a Drill Tour” with Stunning Visuals, Scathing Commentary: Review, Photos, and Setlist

As the lights dimmed in Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena for the first show of Roger Waters ’ “This Is Not A Drill Tour” (get tickets here ), the former Pink Floyd member and his team made two requests:

1. “Please turn off your cell phone as a courtesy to the people around you. 2. “If you’re here because you like Pink Floyd but you can’t stand Roger Waters’ politics, fuck off to the bar.

That’s the tone that powered the night. Yes, Waters and his band played some of Pink Floyd’s greatest hits alongside some of Waters’ most breathtaking originals, and, yes, they played them all beautifully. And, yes, the visuals, which we’ll discuss in a moment, were stunning.

But after two years of tour delays stemming from a global pandemic and an endless string of controversial political headlines from around the world, “This Is Not a Drill” is a direct response to everything that’s gone wrong in recent years. And if you ask Roger Waters — the creative who wrote through the pained anguish within Wish You Were Here , penned the Orwellian tribute of Animals , and developed the landmark introspective concept album The Wall — there’s plenty to be upset about.

Throughout the course of his “This Is Not a Drill Tour” opener, Waters addressed everything from abortion rights to transphobia to America’s rampant and storied war crimes. If awareness sparks emotion, Waters is pissed.

The live show format is perfect for Waters and his band. Just as Pink Floyd built a reputation for elaborate and immersive live performances, Waters and his crew have developed a uniquely memorable experience. Relying heavily on an enormous cross-shaped divider capable of splitting the multi-directional stage into four different panels, the crew leveraged 12 different surfaces for projected images.

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It’s those projections that take the “This Is Not A Drill” show from good to great , allowing viewers to step deeper than ever into the psyche of the primary songwriting force from Pink Floyd’s golden age. The opener, Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” was reimagined as a dark funeral dirge backed by a city wasteland that’s long been lost and forgotten. During “Another Brick in the Wall,” the second song, violent demands for conformity flashed in enormous red and white letters.

In the third song, the full force of Waters’ political vitriol roared to the surface. While the scathing lyrics of “The Powers That Be” rang through the arena, the projections showed clips of police brutality while listing off many of the most internationally reported minority deaths in recent few years, including Pittsburgh’s Antwon Rose, Jr., the 17-year-old fatally shot by police in 2018.

During the next song, “The Bravery of Being Out of Range,” the projections moved systematically through each US presidential administration since Ronald Reagan, carefully outlining each individual’s own heinous war crimes. Waters may be a little older, and he might need a little more time to catch his breath between songs, but he’s still fighting against the same institutions and deep-rooted issues he’s railed against since the 1970s.

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"This Is Not a Drill," Roger Waters Fans!

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Roger Waters is launching the "This Is Not a Drill" Tour in 2024, a trek he's suggested may be his last one ever — so if you're a fan of his dense lyrics, his progressive rock instrumentation, and his pyrotechnic stage shows, you absolutely won't want to skip this unforgettable concert event!  Waters has been in the midst of a late-career renaissance the last few years, as his 2017 album Is This the Life We Really Want ? received near-universal acclaim for its complex themes and incredible musicianship, and inspired a massive 157-date tour that sprawled across several years.  But the Pink Floyd co-founder is doing something different with his new show, presenting it in-the-round for a more intimate concert experience, and he's sure to focus on music from across his incredible career.

So whether you love early Floyd psychedelia like "Flaming," peak arena hits like "The Wall," or solo songs like "What God Wants, Pt. 1" — or all of the above — then make sure you're there to experience this beloved rock icon, live on the road for what could be the last time.  Check out the Roger Waters Tour schedule below to learn more, and score your tickets right away!

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This is not a drill!  On May 3rd and 4th 2023, Roger Waters (co-founder of Pink Floyd) will shake the walls of the Accor Arena. An intense rock'n'roll show with a breathtaking cinematographic scenography. Spectacular, daring, rebellious... you'll get a kick out of it and your ears! 🤘🏼  

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Ranked: The 20 Highest-Grossing Concert Tours Of All Time

Posted: May 24, 2024 | Last updated: May 24, 2024

<p>The era of the billion-dollar tour is upon us, thanks to the efforts of a certain Taylor Swift. <em>The Eras Tour</em> has become a cultural phenomenon and has even birthed the term Swiftonomics to describe the economic impact the star has when her show rolls into town. But musicians making millions on jaunts around the world is nothing new. </p>  <p><strong>Join us as we countdown the highest-grossing concert tours of all time. You can probably guess who takes the top spot, but which other bands and solo artists have made a mint on the road?</strong></p>  <p><em>All dollar amounts in US dollars. Figures for non-2024 tours adjusted for inflation.</em></p>

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The era of the billion-dollar tour is upon us, thanks to the efforts of a certain Taylor Swift.  The Eras Tour  has become a cultural phenomenon and has even birthed the term Swiftonomics to describe the economic impact the star has when her show rolls into town. But musicians making millions on jaunts around the world is nothing new. 

Join us as we countdown the highest-grossing concert tours of all time. You can probably guess who takes the top spot, but which other bands and solo artists have made a fortune on the road?

All dollar amounts in US dollars. Figures for non-2024 tours adjusted for inflation.

<p>First up, we have 1994's <em>The Division Bell Tour</em>. The final concert tour from legendary British rock band Pink Floyd, it truly marked the end of an era, with the group parting ways shortly afterward.</p>  <p>The psychedelic rockers mesmerized more than five million fans during 111 spellbinding shows across North America and Europe. Some lucky attendees even had the unique opportunity to witness the band's iconic 1973 album,<em> Dark Side of the Moon</em>, performed in its entirety at select concerts.</p>  <p>Though founding member Roger Waters had sensationally quit the band in the 1980s due to creative differences, his absence didn't hinder the tour's roaring financial success. According to<em> Rolling Stone</em>, it grossed $250 million, which equates to an impressive $534 million in today's money.</p>

The Division Bell Tour: $534 million

First up, we have 1994's  The Division Bell Tour . The final concert tour from legendary British rock band Pink Floyd, it truly marked the end of an era, with the group parting ways shortly afterward.

The psychedelic rockers mesmerized more than five million fans during 111 spellbinding shows across North America and Europe. Some lucky attendees even had the unique opportunity to witness the band's iconic 1973 album, Dark Side of the Moon , performed in its entirety at select concerts.

Though founding member Roger Waters had sensationally quit the band in the 1980s due to creative differences, his absence didn't hinder the tour's roaring financial success. According to Rolling Stone , it grossed $250 million, which equates to an impressive $534 million in today's money.

<p>The Police sent shockwaves around the world when they announced they would be reuniting in 2007 to celebrate their 30th anniversary.</p>  <p><em>The Police Reunion Tour</em> (2007-2008) marked the first time the iconic 80s trio had toured together in more than 20 years. Unsurprisingly, tickets sold out within minutes, with devoted fans determined to secure their spots at the landmark gigs.</p>  <p>According to <em>Rolling Stone</em>, the band entertained audiences at a staggering 151 shows, spanning five continents. The tour grossed $362 million – an incredible $536 million in today's money – and firmly cemented The Police as one of the most successful bands of all time.</p>

The Police Reunion Tour: $536 million

The Police sent shockwaves around the world when they announced they would be reuniting in 2007 to celebrate their 30th anniversary.

The Police Reunion Tour  (2007-2008) marked the first time the iconic 80s trio had toured together in more than 20 years. Unsurprisingly, tickets sold out within minutes, with devoted fans determined to secure their spots at the landmark gigs.

According to Rolling Stone , the band entertained audiences at a staggering 151 shows, spanning five continents. The tour grossed $362 million – an incredible $536 million in today's money – and firmly cemented The Police as one of the most successful bands of all time.

<p>Heavy metal titans Metallica embarked upon their electrifying <em>WorldWired Tour</em> in 2016, coinciding with the release of their tenth studio album, <em>Hardwired... to Self-Destruct.</em></p>  <p>Over a four-year period, Metallica played 143 shows spanning four continents. Over four million metalheads were treated to performances of songs from the band's latest album, as well as crowd-pleasing hits like <em>Master of Puppets</em> and <em>For Whom the Bell Tolls.</em></p>  <p>However, the Australian leg had to be canceled due to frontman James Hetfield's struggles with addiction, while the South American leg was postponed until 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.</p>  <p>Despite these setbacks, the tour still grossed $433.8 million, the equivalent of $538 million in 2024 money. This makes it the highest-grossing tour in the band's decade-spanning career.</p>

WorldWired Tour: $538 million

Heavy metal titans Metallica embarked upon their electrifying WorldWired Tour in 2016, coinciding with the release of their tenth studio album, Hardwired... to Self-Destruct.

Over a four-year period, Metallica played 143 shows spanning four continents. Over four million metalheads were treated to performances of songs from the band's latest album, as well as crowd-pleasing hits like Master of Puppets and For Whom the Bell Tolls.

However, the Australian leg had to be canceled due to frontman James Hetfield's struggles with addiction, while the South American leg was postponed until 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite these setbacks, the tour still grossed $433.8 million, the equivalent of $538 million in 2024 money. This makes it the highest-grossing tour in the band's decade-spanning career.

<p>Ed Sheeran's <em>+–=÷× Tour</em> (if you're wondering, that first part is pronounced "Mathematics") is an ongoing concert tour that began in April 2022, following the release of his fourth studio album, <em>=</em>.</p>  <p>By the time the tours wraps up later this year, the chart-topping singer-songwriter will have captivated audiences across a grand total of 117 shows, spanning five continents.</p>  <p>At the time of writing, the tour has already grossed an estimated $556 million and counting. However, this isn't Ed Sheeran's highest-grossing tour to date...</p>

+–=÷× Tour: $556 million

Ed Sheeran's +–=÷× Tour (if you're wondering, that first part is pronounced "Mathematics") is an ongoing concert tour that began in April 2022, following the release of his fourth studio album, = .

By the time the tours wraps up later this year, the chart-topping singer-songwriter will have captivated audiences across a grand total of 117 shows, spanning five continents.

At the time of writing, the tour has already grossed an estimated $556 million and counting. However, this isn't Ed Sheeran's highest-grossing tour to date...

<p>Madonna embarked on her electrifying <em>Sticky & Sweet Tour</em> in 2008, performing 85 shows across five legs, and enthralling over 3.5 million lucky ticket holders around the world. </p>  <p>The tour is the Queen of Pop's highest-grossing to date, making $407 million (or $603m today). At the time, it was the highest-grossing tour for a solo artist.</p>  <p>Madonna recently made history as the only female musician to achieve six tours that have each grossed over $100 million. Her <em>Celebration Tour</em>, which concluded in May 2024, grossed a respectable $225 million. </p>

Sticky & Sweet Tour: $603 million

Madonna embarked on her electrifying Sticky & Sweet Tour in 2008, performing 85 shows across five legs, and enthralling over 3.5 million lucky ticket holders around the world. 

The tour is the Queen of Pop's highest-grossing to date, making $407 million (or $603m today). At the time, it was the highest-grossing tour for a solo artist.

Madonna recently made history as the only female musician to achieve six tours that have each grossed over $100 million. Her  Celebration Tour , which concluded in May 2024, grossed a respectable $225 million. 

<p>Beyoncé's <em>Renaissance World Tour</em> was a massive money spinner in 2023, becoming the highest-grossing tour by a Black artist in history. The <em>Single Ladies</em> singer surpassed legendary acts like Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, and even her husband Jay-Z to claim the prestigious title.</p>  <p>The tour was a sellout success, with 2.8 million tickets snapped up for 56 shows across North America and Europe. It grossed a grand total of $580 million, which translates to a juicy $606 million in today's money. </p>  <p>During these epic three-hour extravaganzas, Queen Bey treated fans to a performance of her critically acclaimed <em>Renaissance</em> album in its entirety, as well as a curated selection of her biggest hits, including the iconic R&B anthem <em>Crazy in Love</em><em>.</em></p>

Renaissance World Tour: $606 million

Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour was a massive money spinner in 2023, becoming the highest-grossing tour by a Black artist in history. The  Single Ladies  singer surpassed legendary acts like Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, and even her husband Jay-Z to claim the prestigious title.

The tour was a sellout success, with 2.8 million tickets snapped up for 56 shows across North America and Europe. It grossed a grand total of $580 million, which translates to a juicy $606 million in today's money. 

During these epic three-hour extravaganzas, Queen Bey treated fans to a performance of her critically acclaimed Renaissance album in its entirety, as well as a curated selection of her biggest hits, including the iconic R&B anthem  Crazy in Love .

<p>Between 2005 and 2006, rock legends U2 embarked on their juggernaut <em>Vertigo Tour</em>. In support of their eleventh studio album, <em>How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb</em>, the show spanned 131 shows across five continents.</p>  <p>With over 4.6 million tickets snapped up by avid fans, the tour grossed an epic $389 million, the equivalent of $613 million in 2024 money. At the time, it was the second-highest-grossing tour in history, solidifying U2's status as one of the most influential and enduring bands of all time.</p>  <p>Remarkably, and as impressive as the <em>Vertigo Tour</em> was, it isn't U2's highest-earning tour to date. More on that later...</p>

Vertigo Tour: $613 million

Between 2005 and 2006, rock legends U2 embarked on their juggernaut Vertigo Tour . In support of their eleventh studio album,  How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb , the show spanned 131 shows across five continents.

With over 4.6 million tickets snapped up by avid fans, the tour grossed an epic $389 million, the equivalent of $613 million in 2024 money. At the time, it was the second-highest-grossing tour in history, solidifying U2's status as one of the most influential and enduring bands of all time.

Remarkably, and as impressive as the Vertigo Tour was, it isn't U2's highest-earning tour to date. More on that later...

<p>Former Pink Floyd rocker Roger Waters took to the stage solo in 2010 when he embarked on his <em>The Wall Live</em> tour, marking the first time his eponymous album had been performed live in its entirety.</p>  <p>This epic tour spanned three years across North and South America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, with Waters captivating audiences during an incredible 219 shows that collectively grossed $459 million, a colossal $623 million today.</p>  <p>The trek surpassed the record set by Madonna's aforementioned <em>Sticky & Sweet Tour</em> as the highest-grossing by a solo artist at that time. Keep reading to discover which soloist concert tours went on to smash the record Waters set...</p>

The Wall Live: $623 million

Former Pink Floyd rocker Roger Waters took to the stage solo in 2010 when he embarked on his The Wall Live tour, marking the first time his eponymous album had been performed live in its entirety.

This epic tour spanned three years across North and South America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, with Waters captivating audiences during an incredible 219 shows that collectively grossed $459 million, a colossal $623 million today.

The trek surpassed the record set by Madonna's aforementioned Sticky & Sweet Tour as the highest-grossing by a solo artist at that time. Keep reading to discover which soloist concert tours went on to smash the record Waters set...

<p>AC/DC's electrifying <em>Black Ice World Tour</em> kicked off in October 2008, wrapping up 20 months later in June 2010. During this globetrotting trek, the rock veterans played a stunning 168 shows across five continents.</p>  <p>With more than five million tickets snapped up by their legion of devoted fans, the tour grossed $442 million. That's an impressive $637 million today, making it the band's most financially successful tour ever.</p>  <p>Throughout the tour's marathon run, AC/DC treated attendees to pulse-racing performances of songs from their fifteenth studio album, <em>Black Ice</em>, as well as classic hits like <em>Hells Bells</em> and <em>You Shook Me All Night Long.</em></p>  <p><span><strong>Liking this? Click on the Follow button above for more great stories from loveMONEY</strong></span></p>

Black Ice World Tour: $637 million

AC/DC's electrifying Black Ice World Tour kicked off in October 2008, wrapping up 20 months later in June 2010. During this globetrotting trek, the rock veterans played a stunning 168 shows across five continents.

With more than five million tickets snapped up by their legion of devoted fans, the tour grossed $442 million. That's an impressive $637 million today, making it the band's most financially successful tour ever.

Throughout the tour's marathon run, AC/DC treated attendees to pulse-racing performances of songs from their fifteenth studio album, Black Ice , as well as classic hits like Hells Bells and You Shook Me All Night Long.

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<p>Originally finding fame as one-fifth of One Direction, Harry Styles's solo career has helped him reach whole new heights of stardom. He kicked off his second-ever world tour, <em>Love on Tour</em>, in September 2021 to support the release of his critically acclaimed second and third studio albums, <em>Fine Line</em> and <em>Harry's House</em>.</p>  <p>Over a two-year period, the chart-topping heartthrob performed to more than five million adoring fans, fronting a staggering 169 shows across five continents. </p>  <p>In total, <em>Love on Tour</em> grossed $617.3 million, which is an outstanding $645 million in today's money.</p>

Love on Tour: $645 million

Originally finding fame as one-fifth of One Direction, Harry Styles's solo career has helped him reach whole new heights of stardom. He kicked off his second-ever world tour, Love on Tour , in September 2021 to support the release of his critically acclaimed second and third studio albums, Fine Line and Harry's House .

Over a two-year period, the chart-topping heartthrob performed to more than five million adoring fans, fronting a staggering 169 shows across five continents. 

In total, Love on Tour grossed $617.3 million, which is an outstanding $645 million in today's money.

<p>The Rolling Stones' <em>No Filter Tour</em>, which began in 2017 and concluded in 2021, was a testament to the band's enduring legacy and their ability to captivate audiences across generations – even in the face of profound loss. The tour, which was briefly paused due to COVID-19, saw the legendary rock icons play 58 shows across Europe and North America.</p>  <p>This was made all the more remarkable by the fact that during the September-November 2021 leg of the tour, the band members were mourning the loss of their beloved drummer, Charlie Watts, who had passed away in August of that year. The <em>No Filter Tour</em> attracted just under three million fans, and grossed $546.5 million, a tidy $653 million in 2024 money.</p>  <p>But it's far from the highest-grossing tour the Stones have embarked on...</p>

No Filter Tour: $653 million

The Rolling Stones'  No Filter Tour , which began in 2017 and concluded in 2021, was a testament to the band's enduring legacy and their ability to captivate audiences across generations – even in the face of profound loss. The tour, which was briefly paused due to COVID-19, saw the legendary rock icons play 58 shows across Europe and North America.

This was made all the more remarkable by the fact that during the September-November 2021 leg of the tour, the band members were mourning the loss of their beloved drummer, Charlie Watts, who had passed away in August of that year. The No Filter Tour  attracted just under three million fans, and grossed $546.5 million, a tidy $653 million in 2024 money.

But it's far from the highest-grossing tour the Stones have embarked on...

<p>The Rolling Stones performed for more than six million fans between 1994 and 1995 on their <em>Voodoo Lounge Tour, </em>during which Mick Jagger and co. wowed audiences across six continents, playing 134 shows in total. The tour grossed $320 million, or $665 million in today's money.</p>  <p>At the time, it shattered records, swiftly becoming the highest-grossing concert tour in history and cementing the band's legendary status as touring titans.</p>

Voodoo Lounge Tour: $665 million

The Rolling Stones performed for more than six million fans between 1994 and 1995 on their  Voodoo Lounge Tour,  during which Mick Jagger and co. wowed audiences across six continents, playing 134 shows in total. The tour grossed $320 million, or $665 million in today's money.

At the time, it shattered records, swiftly becoming the highest-grossing concert tour in history and cementing the band's legendary status as touring titans.

<p>In 2015, British rockers Coldplay announced their <em>A Head Full of Dreams Tour</em>, in support of their critically acclaimed studio album of the same name. Between 2016 and 2017, the band embarked on a 122-show tour around the world, performing to over five million fans across five continents and 31 countries.</p>  <p>At the time, <em>A Head Full of Dreams Tour</em> was the third highest-grossing tour ever, raking in $523 million, or $673 million in 2024 money.</p>  <p>However, despite this impressive gross, it isn't Coldplay's highest-earning tour to-date. More on that soon...</p>

A Head Full of Dreams Tour: $673 million

In 2015, British rockers Coldplay announced their  A Head Full of Dreams Tour , in support of their critically acclaimed studio album of the same name. Between 2016 and 2017, the band embarked on a 122-show tour around the world, performing to over five million fans across five continents and 31 countries.

At the time, A Head Full of Dreams Tour was the third highest-grossing tour ever, raking in $523 million, or $673 million in 2024 money.

However, despite this impressive gross, it isn't Coldplay's highest-earning tour to-date. More on that soon...

<p>Rock veterans Guns N' Roses embarked on a landmark reunion tour in 2016, titled <em>Not in This Lifetime... Tour</em>. It marked the first time that Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan had performed together on stage since the band's <em>Use Your Illusion Tour</em> in 1993.</p>  <p>Unsurprisingly, fans were desperate to witness the band's long-awaited reunion, with around 5.3 million tickets snapped up. Over a three-and-a-half-year period, Guns N' Roses rocked audiences across a staggering 158 shows spanning six continents, with the tour grossing $584.2 million.</p>  <p>In today's money, that's an incredible $725 million, making it the band's most lucrative tour ever.</p>

Not in This Lifetime... Tour: $725 million

Rock veterans Guns N' Roses embarked on a landmark reunion tour in 2016, titled Not in This Lifetime... Tour . It marked the first time that Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan had performed together on stage since the band's  Use Your Illusion Tour in 1993.

Unsurprisingly, fans were desperate to witness the band's long-awaited reunion, with around 5.3 million tickets snapped up. Over a three-and-a-half-year period, Guns N' Roses rocked audiences across a staggering 158 shows spanning six continents, with the tour grossing $584.2 million.

In today's money, that's an incredible $725 million, making it the band's most lucrative tour ever.

<p>Next on our list is Coldplay, again, with the band's ongoing <em>Music of the Spheres Tour </em>kicking off in March 2022.</p>  <p>By the time it wraps in November of this year the mammoth jaunt will have included more than 170 performances across five continents. At the time of writing, it's already grossed a juicy $810 million. </p>  <p>However, by the time the final curtain falls on this epic tour, it's anticipated to gross over $1 billion. If so, Coldplay will make history as the first band to achieve the feat of passing the billion-dollar gross mark (not factoring in inflation).</p>

Music of the Spheres Tour: $810 million

Next on our list is Coldplay, again, with the band's ongoing Music of the Spheres Tour kicking off in March 2022.

By the time it wraps in November of this year the mammoth jaunt will have included more than 170 performances across five continents. At the time of writing, it's already grossed a juicy $810 million. 

However, by the time the final curtain falls on this epic tour, it's anticipated to gross over $1 billion. If so, Coldplay will make history as the first band to achieve the feat of passing the billion-dollar gross mark (not factoring in inflation).

<p>Featuring for the third and final time is The Rolling Stones and their <em>A Bigger Bang Tour</em>, which took place from 2005 to 2007. At the time, the monumental tour was the second highest-grossing concert tour by a band, and it's also The Rolling Stones' highest-grossing tour to date. </p>  <p>Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, and the late, great Charlie Watts played an impressive 147 shows spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. The tour attracted 4.7 million fans and grossed a grand total of $558 million. In today's money, that's a spectacular $861 million. </p>

A Bigger Bang Tour: $861 million

Featuring for the third and final time is The Rolling Stones and their  A Bigger Bang Tour , which took place from 2005 to 2007. At the time, the monumental tour was the second highest-grossing concert tour by a band, and it's also The Rolling Stones' highest-grossing tour to date. 

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, and the late, great Charlie Watts played an impressive 147 shows spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. The tour attracted 4.7 million fans and grossed a grand total of $558 million. In today's money, that's a spectacular $861 million. 

<p>Next up, we have Ed Sheeran's <em>÷ Tour</em>, pronounced "the Divide Tour," which ran between 2017 and 2019. The British singer-songwriter sold an incredible 8.9 million tickets and played an epic 260 shows across six continents.  </p>  <p>An astonishing success, the tour grossed $776 million, which is a phenomenal $962 million in today's money. During his juggernaut trek around the globe, Sheeran made history as the first artist to perform solo at London's iconic Wembley Stadium for four consecutive, sold-out nights in June 2018.</p>

÷ Tour: $962 million

Next up, we have Ed Sheeran's ÷ Tour , pronounced "the Divide Tour," which ran between 2017 and 2019. The British singer-songwriter sold an incredible 8.9 million tickets and played an epic 260 shows across six continents.  

An astonishing success, the tour grossed $776 million, which is a phenomenal $962 million in today's money. During his juggernaut trek around the globe, Sheeran made history as the first artist to perform solo at London's iconic Wembley Stadium for four consecutive, sold-out nights in June 2018.

<p>Elton John's epic <em>Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour</em>, which began in September 2018 and wrapped up in July 2023, marked the legendary British singer-songwriter's final global trek before retiring from life on the road. The veteran superstar played a staggering 330 shows across Oceania, Europe, and North America, attended by a grand total of 6.1 million adoring fans.</p>  <p>Unsurprisingly, this epic swan song grossed an astronomical $939.1 million, which equates to $980 million in 2024 money. These jaw-dropping figures confirm Elton John's <em>Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour </em>as the second-highest-grossing tour by a solo artist of all time.</p>  <p>However, one solo star has managed to dethrone Sir Elton and claim the top spot (no prizes for guessing who).</p>

Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour: $980 million

Elton John's epic  Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour , which began in September 2018 and wrapped up in July 2023, marked the legendary British singer-songwriter's final global trek before retiring from life on the road. The veteran superstar played a staggering 330 shows across Oceania, Europe, and North America, attended by a grand total of 6.1 million adoring fans.

Unsurprisingly, this epic swan song grossed an astronomical $939.1 million, which equates to $980 million in 2024 money. These jaw-dropping figures confirm Elton John's Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour as the second-highest-grossing tour by a solo artist of all time.

However, one solo star has managed to dethrone Sir Elton and claim the top spot (no prizes for guessing who).

<p>U2's groundbreaking <em>360° Tour</em>, which ran between 2009 and 2011, reigns supreme as the highest-grossing concert tour of all time by a band (with Coldplay primed to claim the title later this year). The legendary Irish band embarked on a gargantuan global adventure that included 110 shows in 30 countries across North America, Europe, Oceania, Africa, and South America.</p>  <p>The tour was attended by a staggering 7.3 million fans and grossed a total of $736 million. In today's money, that's a cool $1 billion.</p>

360° Tour: $1 billion

U2's groundbreaking 360° Tour , which ran between 2009 and 2011, reigns supreme as the highest-grossing concert tour of all time by a band (with Coldplay primed to claim the title later this year). The legendary Irish band embarked on a gargantuan global adventure that included 110 shows in 30 countries across North America, Europe, Oceania, Africa, and South America.

The tour was attended by a staggering 7.3 million fans and grossed a total of $736 million. In today's money, that's a cool $1 billion.

<p>Claiming the top spot on our round-up is Taylor Swift's <em>The Eras Tour</em>, which kicked off in March 2023 and is set to wrap up its record-shattering run this December. By the end of the landmark tour, the pop megastar will<em> Shake It Off </em>during 152 performances across five continents.</p>  <p>These epic three-hour extravaganzas see Swift belt out her biggest hits from all 11 studio albums, taking her fans on a journey through each era of her illustrious career. In December 2023, <em>The Eras Tour</em> crossed an unprecedented $1 billion threshold, claiming the title of the highest-grossing concert tour of all time and becoming the first tour to ever surpass the billion-dollar mark.</p>  <p>By the time the final curtain falls, <em>Variety</em> projects it will have grossed an eye-watering $1.4 billion in ticket sales alone, further confirming Swift's status as a global entertainment icon to be reckoned with.</p>  <p><strong>Now discover some of the <a href="https://www.lovemoney.com/gallerylist/215951/taylor-swifts-midas-touch-and-the-incredible-numbers-behind-the-eras-tour">incredible numbers behind<em> The Eras Tour</em></a></strong></p>  <p><span><strong>Liked this? Click on the Follow button above for more great stories from loveMONEY</strong></span></p>

The Eras Tour: $1 billion

Claiming the top spot on our round-up is Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour , which kicked off in March 2023 and is set to wrap up its record-shattering run this December. By the end of the landmark tour, the pop megastar will  Shake It Off during 152 performances across five continents.

These epic three-hour extravaganzas see Swift belt out her biggest hits from all 11 studio albums, taking her fans on a journey through each era of her illustrious career. In December 2023, The Eras Tour crossed an unprecedented $1 billion threshold, claiming the title of the highest-grossing concert tour of all time and becoming the first tour to ever surpass the billion-dollar mark.

By the time the final curtain falls,  Variety projects it will have grossed an eye-watering $1.4 billion in ticket sales alone, further confirming Swift's status as a global entertainment icon to be reckoned with.

Now discover some of the incredible numbers behind The Eras Tour

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There’s something so appropriately disheartening about a movie about The Beach Boys being too superficial. For generations, people accused the band behind hits like “God Only Knows” and “California Girls” of being too disposable, a pop candy confection compared to the denser work of bands like The Beatles or the many artists that followed them in the counter-culture wave of the ‘70s. It took time for their legacy to be cemented as a band who was always doing more than it seemed, whether it was their dense harmonies that sounded almost impossible or the way they distilled California culture into melodies. As Don Was says in the new Disney+ documentary about the band, they were “the most articulate spokespeople for the California dream.”

The problem is that “The Beach Boys” too often seems content to tell the story of the band that its music has already told. A documentary should produce more than what would result from just listening to a band's collected discography. But you’d get nearly as much from a marathon of Beach Boys recordings as you would from watching this two-hour film. 

To be fair, there’s a mid-section of the movie by Frank Marshall & Thom Zimny that works because it gets a bit more granular on the recordings of Pet Sounds and Smile , but then the film depressingly races through the last forty years of the band. They were struggling; Capitol Records released a greatest hits compilation called Endless Summer (this ‘80s child’s introduction to what would become one of his favorite bands), and it made them famous again, the end. There’s nowhere near enough about the band’s legacy or why they are still so popular—there are so  many alternative pop-rock bands that sound like them now who could have contributed beyond the lead singer of OneRepublic offering a few soundbites. I LOVE The Beach Boys and consider them still underrated. I just wish this documentary could have done more to fix that second part.

As with all by-the-numbers bio-docs, “The Beach Boys” starts as an origin story. The band went through a few iterations in the early years, but the film captures how they melded harmony groups like The Four Freshmen with surfer rock like Dick Dale to create something that felt refreshingly new. They also define some conflicts that would shape the band as musical genius Brian Wilson often found himself in creative conflict with cousin and band frontman Mike Love . Brian wanted to stay home and write; Mike wanted to perform. At one point, there were really two different Beach Boyses, the one in the studio and the one on the road. The suggestion that The Beach Boys became famous partly because they could recreate their sound live in ways that other bands, even The Beatles, couldn’t at the time is one of the film's more fascinating insights.

Of course, anyone who knows anything about The Beach Boys knows about the complicated legacy of the Wilson family. “The Beach Boys” dips into the abusive, controlling behavior of patriarch Murry Wilson, who was not just violent but eventually sold the catalog out of little more than jealousy. Still, it seems a bit reticent to spend too much time in those muddy waters. It’s a bad habit of the film in that it’s constantly walking up to the conflicts that are an undeniable part of the Beach Boys' legacy, including the creative (and eventually legal) differences between Brian and Mike, before bouncing back to something that feels easier to digest—and then racing to the end in a way that feels like the film was intended to be a series but ran out of money.

It makes it hard to figure out who “The Beach Boys” is for. Fans who want to watch some interviews and hear some tunes they know by heart may be satisfied, but I hold films about artists I love to a higher standard. They need to attempt to match the creative integrity and complexity of their subject. Maybe I love the band too much for “The Beach Boys.”

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