Billboard revealed their official numbers for the money Guns N’ Roses earned in their latest ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour and released the mind-blowing numbers the band reached.

According to the official reports, Axlr Rose and his bandmates sold 5.4 million tickets in total and earned $584 Million.

Here is the official report of the Billboard:

“After more than three years and 158 concerts, Guns N’ Roses’ Not in This Lifetime Tour has come to a close. And, the final numbers are in: $584.2 million grossed from 5,371,891 tickets sold across six continents’ worth of shows.

The tour, which began in 2016, concludes as the No. 3 highest-grossing tour in the history of Billboard Boxscore. GNR is represented by UTA’s Ken Fermaglich and ITB’s Rod MacSween.”

Here is the rest of the report:

“The tour was promoted by Live Nation. Guns N’ Roses are managed by Fernando Lebeis and Team Brazil Management.

From 2016 to 2019, GNR maintained a busy schedule, maximizing its global potential with trips around the world. The tour was rooted in North America, with 87 of 158 shows (55%) taking place in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

But there were also multiple visits to Europe (31 shows), Asia (16) and South America (15), plus eight dates in Australia and one in Johannesburg, South Africa.”

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