U2 wraps the Experience + Innocence tour with $126.2 million in the bank and 923,733 tickets sold, according to reports to Billboard Boxscore. The 59-date, sold-out international trek wrapped on Nov. 13.
The tour began May 2 at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla., and continued to play North American arenas until concluding on July 3 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. U2 began and ended the European leg at Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena, due to the Sept. 1 show being rescheduled to Nov. 13. They grossed $64.7 million in Europe, compared to $61.5 million in North America. But considering there were 32 European shows and 27 North American shows, the per-show average was stronger in the U.S. and Canada, grossing $2.3 million per night in North America, versus $2 million each night in Europe.
After 2017’s sprawling stadium tour in honor of The Joshua Tree’s 30th anniversary, the Irish quartet played multiple nights in arenas for the Experience + Innocence Tour. The trek’s biggest reports came from two of the most iconic cities and venues in the world, as the band grossed $9.4 million from four shows at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris and $8.7 million from three shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden.