Come Sunday (April 10) and Irish rock band U2 will enter history with its second show at Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as the highest grossing tour in history. The band"s 360 tour will break the $558 million gross mark set by the Rolling Stones with their A Bigger Bang tour of 2005-2007.
U2 is expected to gross about $700 million by the time it wraps up its tour in North America on July 30 at Magnetic Hill in Moncton. It will also cross 7 million tickets sale to 110 shows and claim the record of the 'highest attended tour ever". Rolling Stones had earlier sold 6.4 million tickets during their Voodoo Lounge tour of 1994-1995, which is a record till today.
Bono and his band is expected to gross about $700 million (£437.5 million) by the time they wrap up their tour in New Brunswick, Canada, reports Billboard.com.