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Top Concerts Of The Year

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TOURING ACTS

1. Pink Floyd. Total gross: $103,666,142. Total attendance: 3,043,233. 59 shows. 52 sellouts.

2. The Rolling Stones. $93,831,264. 1,981,585. 44 shows. 41 sellouts.

3. Billy Joel. $78,217,615. 2,003,721. 73 shows. 65 sellouts.

4. Eagles. $74,377,442. 1,369,818. 50 shows. 49 sellouts.

5. Elton John. $56,192,500. 1,205,403. 28 shows. 26 sellouts.

6. Grateful Dead. $49,086,048. 1,732,952. 77 shows. 77 sellouts.

7. Barbra Streisand. $45,359,825. 268,779. 20 shows. 20 sellouts.

8. Phil Collins. $33,694,293. 1,072,428. 64 shows. 39 sellouts.

9. Smashing Pumpkins. $24,450,427. 918,238. 63 shows. 47 sellouts.

10. Reba McEntire. $18,739,616. 834,671. 71 shows. 48 sellouts.

CONCERT GROSSES

1. Barbra Streisand. $16,488,900. New York City. June 20, 23, 26, 28, 30, July 10, 12.

2. Billy Joel/Elton John. $14,889,127. East Rutherford, N.J. July 22, 24, 26,28-29.

3. Barbra Streisand. $12,400,650. Anaheim, Calif. June 2, 4, July 18, 20, 22,24.

4. The Rolling Stones. $9,531,214. East Rutherford, N.J. Aug. 12, 14-15, 17.

5. The Rolling Stones. $9,431,700. Oakland, Calif. Oct. 26, 28-29, 31.

6. Barbra Streisand. $7,780,700. Auburn Hills, Mich. May 15, 17, 19.

7. Billy Joel/Elton John. $7,315,495. Philadelphia, Pa. July 8-9, 12.

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