- 18 Jul 17
The American tally sees Roger Waters come in at second place.
Irish megastars U2 have beat out the competition to score the highest-grossing tour in the USA.
The tally was counted for the week of July 4 to 10. It saw the band rake in $61.5 million in ticket sales.
The tour so far has made in excess of '$123.7 million from 1,043,414 sold tickets at 20 concerts' according to Billboard.
Ex-Pink Floyd mastermind Roger Waters comes in at second place on the list, followed by Queen with Adam Lambert in third.
Dead and Company, a band featuring former Grateful Dead members, arrives at fourth while the Red Hot Chili Peppers round out the top five.
U2 have already begun the European leg of their Joshua Tree Tour, which ends on August 1. They hit Croke Park, Dublin on July 22 this weekend.
— Hot Press (@hotpress) July 17, 2017