At a time when pop and electronic artists tend to rule the charts and the airwaves, it’s reaffirming for fans of rock ‘n’ roll to know that two timeless guitar rock acts are still the biggest live draws in the world.

Pollstar, which covers the worldwide concert industry, has just released its Year End Top 20 World Tours chart. Coming in at first place are global rock veterans U2, whose Joshua Tree Tour 2017 saw the band perform their classic The Joshua Tree in its entirety. The tour, which spanned three continents over five months, grossed $316 million and sold 2.71 million tickets.

Coming up a close second, the reunited Guns N’ Roses, who continued their Not in This LifetimeTour into 2017 generated $295 million, selling 2.68 million tickets. Of course, the Gun N’ Roses tour, which started in 2016 is still ongoing, with a European leg scheduled for the summer of 2018, so that figure is sure to go up significantly.

Other acts in the top 10 include Coldplay’s A Head Full of Dreams tour, Metallica on their WorldWired Tour, as well as perennial big-sellers Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Roger Water, Bruce Springsteen and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Go here to see the full chart and make your 2018 concert plans accordingly.