Paul McCartney is routinely one of music’s richest, and often THE richest, star. And his 2017 “One On One” Tour is not likely to hurt that status.
McCartney has reported a total tour gross of $132 million from 37 concerts performed from April through December around the world, with a total of 907,610 tickets sold. McCartney and his band played on four continents during the trek, including three sold-out shows during late April at the Tokyo Dome for 143,826 fans and grossing $22.8 million.
McCartney started the “One On One” Tour during 2016. He has not yet announced any tour dates for 2018.
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