Guns N Roses grossed more on their most recent run of reunion shows than most countries.
According to Billboard, the three year tour, which featured the first time Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan shared the stage in 20 years has grossed $584.2 million from some 5,371,891 tickets sold across three continents.
Billboard notes it's the third highest grossing tour in the history of their "Boxscore" tracking. That's no easy feat. In fact, that's higher than the British Virgin Islands' GDP.
Guns N' Roses are no doubt pleased with the results and hoping to replicate them in a few years when they, hopefully, have a new album out. The band is reportedly working in the studio right now.
The tour itself was a massive undertaking. Here's a video from 2016 explaining the production.
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