Infographic: Comparing Rolling Stones Ticket Prices and Attendance on Tour from 2012 to 2015

Joe Webb

by Joe Webb

Published September 17, 2015


The Rolling Stones are largely considered the world's greatest active rock & roll band, and their history on the road in recent years has been a solid testament to that title.

During the summer of 2015, the band played the Zip Code Tour, a run that marked the first time in eight years that the band has toured in North American stadiums. The tour was one of their cheapest in years, with some tickets as low as $30, making them the lowest average ticket prices the band has had since the Bigger Bang Tour from 2005-2007.

Despite the cheaper tickets, The Rolling Stones finished up the run grossing $109.7 million from 628,733 tickets sold at 14 concerts. Their Bigger Bang tour in 2007 went on to become the second-highest grossing tour in history at $560 million. On the Rolling Stones’ 50 & Counting Tour, which hit arenas in Europe and North America from 2012-13, the band saw ticket averages as high as $1,044 in Las Vegas.

The infographic below gives a glimpse at secondary market ticket prices in the US with data provided by TiqIQ, and abroad as provided by Ticketbis.

Rolling Stones Prices & Attendance On Tour 2012-2015 Infographic (click to enlarge)

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