Green Day has wrapped the final leg of its Revolution Radio Tour that covered four continents during a 14-month stretch that began in September 2016. Box office sales from the first five stops on the tour’s seventh and final leg -- a nine-city trek through Latin America -- reached $6.2 million from more than 90,000 sold tickets. Reported by Latin promoter Move Concerts, sales from those five markets earn the band the No. 1 ranking on the latest roundup of top-grossing Hot Tours (see below).
The Latin leg was the band’s only jaunt on the South American continent during the tour that launched on Sept. 26, 2016 and wrapped in November of this year. Included were three runs through North America, two through European countries and one trek in Australia and New Zealand.
The tour included over 100 headlining dates at both indoor and outdoor venues, along with a host of festival appearances primarily in Europe this past summer. About 65% of the shows worldwide were reported to Billboard Boxscore by promoters and venues, so based on show averages from reported concerts, the estimated overall gross for the tour falls in the $70 million range from about 1.2 million sold tickets.