The Rolling Stones’ recently concluded two-year concert tour grossed more than half a billion dollars, according to information sent to Billboard magazine by the group’s tour producer.

Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger (C), guitarist Keith Richards (R), drummer Charlie Watt (2nd R) and Ron Wood (L) perform during the band's 'A Bigger Bang' European tour stop in Lausanne August 11, 2007. The final tally on the Stones' two-year world tour is in and it topped a half billion -- making it the top grossing trek in history. (Denis Balibouse/Reuters)

The exact figure: $558,255,524. That’s a lot of moss.

It was the highest grossing music tour in history. The concerts sold a total of 4.68 million tickets.