As announced earlier this week, Billboard magazine unleashed the ultimate year-end articles, charts, and successes on their website including the top best-selling singles, albums, and in this case, tours of 2013.
Maroon 5 made on Billboard's list of the top 25 tours of the past year or so in ode to their 2 headlining showcases; the North American Overexposed Tour with openers Neon Trees and Owl City and the U.S. Honda Civic Tour with openers Kelly Clarkson, Tony Lucca, Rozzi Crane, and fellow member and now Grammy-nominated PJ Morton.
So where did the Los Angeles based pop rock group chart on the Billboard list of top 25 tours of 2013? Drum roll please... at No. 18. That's better than last year's position at No. 86 on Rolling Stone's top 100 tours of 2012. Maroon 5 beats our the likes of Artpop star Lady Gaga and pop crooner Bruno Mars, in which both artists leaches under 50 million in total gross. Maroon 5 made a total gorss of $54,354,974 including the attendance of nearly 940,000 people, venue capacities of 933,900, and played a total of 60 shows (57 of them being sold out).
For the full list of the top 25 tours according to Billboard, click here:
See where Maroon 5 charted on Billboard's year-end charts below: