- 1 The 10 most populous concerts and artists in the world
- 1.0.1 Rod Stewart (1994)
- 1.0.2 Jean Michel Jarre (1997)
- 1.0.3 Monster of Rock Festival (1991)
- 1.0.4 Rolling Stones Rio De Janerio Concert (2006)
- 1.0.5 Love Parade Festival (2010)
- 1.0.6 Live 8 (2005)
- 1.0.7 Philharmonic Central Park Concert in New York (1986)
- 1.0.8 Garth Brooks Central Park Concert (1997)
- 1.0.9 Steve Wozniak’s US Festival (1983)
- 1.0.10 Isle of Wight Festival (1970)
The 10 most populous concerts and artists in the world
Many people have memories in concerts. Watching our favorite artist or group Live leaves a moment of history.
Concerts are indispensable for music lovers. It should be the desire of many of us to witness the live performances of many singers and bands we love for many years. However, concerts / festivals in which crowds seemed massive have no difficulty in writing their names to history. Let’s take a look at the concerts / festivals that own these records.
Rod Stewart (1994)
Rod Stewart, Over 3.5 million people watched the famous British rock star Rio De Janerio’s concert at the famous Copacabana Beach.
Jean Michel Jarre (1997)
The number of viewers of the concert, in which the famous French musician who is one of the leading names of electronic music and New Age music, performed in front of Moscow State University, is 3.5 million.
Monster of Rock Festival (1991)
The year’s leg of the festival, which has been held since 1980, was Moscow. 1.6 million people followed groups such as Pantera, Metallica, The Black Crowes and AC / DC.
Rolling Stones Rio De Janerio Concert (2006)
All preparations were made in Brazil for the most crowded concert record. However, it was not expected. 1.5 million people attended the concert held the day before the Rio Carnival.
Love Parade Festival (2010)
1.4 million people flocked to this electronic music and dance festival in Duisburg that year. So much so that deaths and injuries have occurred due to overcrowding, and the history has been referred to as the “Love Parade Disaster”.
Live 8 (2005)
The number of viewers in the American leg of the concerts organized for aid in G8 countries and South Africa is 1.5 million. Famous singers and bands such as Bon Jovi, Maroon 5, Jay-Z, Kanya West, Black Eyed Peas, Britney Spears and Kaiser Chiefs also attended the concert.
Philharmonic Central Park Concert in New York (1986)
More than 800 thousand people watched the concert held in New York Central Park due to the 100th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty of the world’s best known New York Filormani Orchestra.
Garth Brooks Central Park Concert (1997)
750 thousand people witnessed the concert of Garth Brooks, the star of American Country Music style, vividly.
Steve Wozniak’s US Festival (1983)
670,000 people attended the festival, which was held in California sponsored by Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak, and where music giants such as Mötley Crüe, U2 and David Bowie performed.
Isle of Wight Festival (1970)
The festival, hosted by more than 600 thousand people, is also the last concert attended by Jimi Hendrix. Along with bands such as The Who and The Doors, Leonard Cohen also performed at this festival.