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Re:30/08/2019 Hard Rock Stadium Miami Florida - grande finale Adelantado!!!
« Respuesta #60 : septiembre 04, 2019, 10:48:20 am »
Me alegro de todos los amigos que han podido disfrutar de este show y de esta gira en general.
Ojala el año que viene tengamos revancha los que no pudimos estar en esta gira.
..And the preacher said: "You know you always have the lord by your side" ..

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Re:30/08/2019 Hard Rock Stadium Miami Florida - grande finale Adelantado!!!
« Respuesta #61 : septiembre 13, 2019, 12:12:05 pm »
Hace 2 semanas...

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Re:30/08/2019 Hard Rock Stadium Miami Florida - grande finale Adelantado!!!
« Respuesta #62 : septiembre 13, 2019, 04:07:48 pm »
Así es Marce. 2 semanas y ya hay estadísticas! Orgullosos de aportar nuestros dolaritos al bolsillo de los Stones!!!

The Rolling Stones Wrap 3-Leg, 3-Year No Filter Tour With $415.6 Million

9/12/2019 by Eric Frankenberg

The Rolling Stones - Miami FL, 8/30 (Rich Fury)

The No Filter Tour Joins The Stones’ A Bigger Bang Tour in the All-Time Top 10

With a career that spans six decades and too many honors and distinctions to list, The Rolling Stones can add one more to the list. Their three-year, three-leg No Filter Tour wrapped on Aug. 30, 2019 at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. And with the final numbers reported, they now are the only artist to have two tours among Billboard’s all-time top 10. According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, The No Filter Tour grossed $415.6 million and sold 2,290,871 tickets, joining A Bigger Bang Tour on the list of the top 10 highest grossing tours in Boxscore’s history.

The Stones began their tour in September of 2017, playing 14 stadium shows in Europe. That opening leg grossed $120 million, highlighted by a three-night stint at the U Arena in Paris, where they earned $18.5 million and sold over 100,000 tickets between Oct. 19 and 25, 2017. On the Billboard Boxscore 2017 year-end charts, the Brits ranked No. 7.

The band returned to Europe a year later for another 14 shows between May 17 and July 8, 2018. That leg grossed $117.8 million, adding another top 10 year-end ranking to their belt, at No. 8 for 2018. At London Stadium, they set a new high mark for the tour, earning $20.5 million and selling 137,475 tickets on May 22 and 25. That double header remains the highest-grossing show in the venue’s history.

And finally, The Rolling Stones came stateside, playing 16 shows in North America, beginning on June 21, 2019 at Chicago’s Soldier Field, and wrapping on Aug. 30 in Miami. These dates managed a gigantic $177.8 million haul. Once again, they outdid themselves, amassing $25.5 million over two nights (Aug. 1 and 5) at the New-York-area MetLife Stadium (the venue is in East Rutherford, N.J.).

The Stones maximized their touring prowess in North America, averaging a freakish $11.1 million per show in 2019, after pacing $8.5 million per show in Europe throughout 2017-18. The stadiums in the U.S. and Canada were slightly smaller, at 49,041 tickets per night (53,794 in Europe) but the band made up for it by stretching North American tickets to an average of $282.80, 79% higher than the $157.88 price overseas.

In all, their $415.6 million total makes the No Filter Tour the eight highest grossing tour of all time. The band’s A Bigger Bang Tour (2005-07) held the all-time record with $558 million until U2 surpassed them with the 360° Tour (2009-11), grossing $736.4 million. Most recently, Ed Sheeran finished The Divide Tour (2017-19) with a whopping $776.2 million, setting the new all-time standard.

The No Filter Tour makes The Rolling Stones the first act to gross more than $400 million on two separate tours.
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