1. Elton John; $2,870,863; $130.86.

2. Sandy & Junior; $2,260,403; $54.38.

3. Phil Collins; $2,145,965; $144.69.

4. Guns N’ Roses; $2,003,111; $127.13.

5. Muse; $1,921,982; $85.11.

6. Post Malone; $1,913,809; $116.49.

7. Ariana Grande; $1,869,662; $93.54.

8. Jonas Brothers; $1,700,530; $104.72.

9. Hugh Jackman; $1,691,200; $83.50.

10. Tool; $1,528,054; $103.77.

11. Cher; $1,485,624; $127.42.

12. Eric Church; $1,471,468; $85.74.

13. John Mayer; $1,427,545; $95.41.

14. Iron Maiden; $1,302,161; $63.86.

15. Michael Bublé; $1,297,724; $111.91.

16. Little Mix; $1,274,903; $58.85.

17. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band; $1,250,039; $117.47.

18. Zac Brown Band; $1,241,128; $60.24.

19. Backstreet Boys; $1,234,347; $98.73.

20. Florida Georgia Line; $1,219,752; $68.38

Com mais de 500 mil ingressos vendidos, 18 shows e R$ 120 milhões arrecadados totais, a turnê de comemoração aos 30 anos de carreira de Sandy e Júnior é a mais rentável da história do Brasil.