If you keep wondering how much your favorite bands make when they head out on the road, Billboard‘s Boxscore released their latest batch of earnings and attendance from many artists, and we’ve summarized them here for you.

This time, we got a fairly short list of shows to report on but the numbers and bands are interesting enough to bring them up. Black Sabbath is not new to the list but thinking about the last few shows will be a nostalgic thing. The other bands are heavy hitters and some with a good share of following so here they are. These are the bands tipping their Lyft drivers cause they got a nice chat:


Artist: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Jack Irons
Venue: Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
Date: Mar. 07th-08th, 10th, 2017
Gross Sales: $3,553,466
Attendance/Capacity: 40,383 / 40,383
Ticket Prices: $99, $49

Artist: Black Sabbath & Rival Sons
Venue: San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
Date: Nov. 12th, 2016
Gross Sales: $1,222,412
Attendance/Capacity: 12,405 / 14,316
Ticket Prices: $150, $49.50

Artist: Black Sabbath & Rival Sons
Venue: Glasgow, UK – SSE Hydro
Date: Jan. 24th, 2017
Gross Sales: $930,968
Attendance/Capacity: 10,029 / 10,955
Ticket Prices: $118.17, $74.64

Artist: Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed & In Flames
Venue: Glasgow, UK – SSE Hydro
Date: Jan. 10th, 2017
Gross Sales: $437,883
Attendance/Capacity: 8,219 / 8,529
Ticket Prices: $54.88, $45.74

Artist: A Day To Remember, New Found Glory & Neck Deep
Venue: Glasgow, UK – SSE Hydro
Date: Jan. 23rd, 2017
Gross Sales: $166,258
Attendance/Capacity: 5,374 / 5,646
Ticket Prices: $37.11, $30.93

Artist: Bad Religion & Against Me!
Venue: Hollywood, CA – Palladium
Date: Nov. 04th, 2016
Gross Sales: $96,200
Attendance/Capacity: 3,700 / 4,028
Ticket Prices: $25

Artist: Tesla
Venue: Austin, TX – Austin City Limits at Moody Theater
Date: Mar. 02nd, 2017
Gross Sales: $64,433
Attendance/Capacity: 1,194 / 2,025
Ticket Prices: $69.75, $59.75, $39.75, $9.37

There’s something upsetting about the Black Sabbath numbers if you think about the fact that these were some of their last shows and they didn’t sell out. Not even San Antonio which was their very last show in the states sold out by 1,900 people. That’s not how you wish farewell to one of the greatest bands in history. As for the rest of the bands, they did well but is about Sabbath right now. I’ll miss those guys.

[Via theprp.com]