Rock legend Van Halen prove that they are still loved by many music fans and that their appearance is highly awaited by many as their recent reunion tour was a huge success. The band's latest road trip reportedly profited the rockers more than $93 million. Not only that, from the total of 74 shows they staged the rockers were being watched by nearly one million fans.
That success was a surprising result as Van Halen's recent tour did face lots of obstacle on its way, one of them was the postponed gigs in some venues due to their guitarist Eddie Van Halen's health problem. After the final delay in March, the band finally got back on the road in April and finished up the last of their reunion trek which ended on June 2 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
In other news, following on their successful tour, latest report stated that Van Halen is set to hit the stage again next moth. The band reportedly have been tapped to perform at the Quebec City Summer Festival in Canada.
The event's organizers have set the band to kick off the festival on July 3 at the Scene Bell stage, the festival itself will be held from July 3 to July 13. At the event, Van Halen will be joined by other famous rock band, such as Stone Temple Pilots and Linkin Park.