From Madonna's pioneering "Truth or Dare" in 1991 to Katy Perry's "Part of Me," opening July 5, many artists have brought their sold-out shows to the big screen -- to varying degrees of success.
'Katy Perry: Part of Me' (2012)
The 3D rock doc follows the pop star's worldwide California Dreams tour while her marriage crumbles in the process.
Gross: $25 million
'Madonna: Truth or Dare' (1991)
The pioneering black-and-white film set the gold standard for storytelling through performances and backstage antics.
Gross: $15 million
'U2 Rattle and Hum' (1988); 'U2 3D' (2008)
After exploring rock's Americana roots in 1987, U2 scaled way up with a record number of 3D cameras.
Gross: $8.6 million, $10.4 million
'Miley Cyrus: The Best of Both Worlds' (2008)
Doubling as Disney Channel character Hannah Montana, it set the pace for concert movie profits.
Gross: $69.9 million
'Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience' (2009)
The film followed the trio as they traversed the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico on their fifth tour.
Gross: $22.3 million
'Michael Jackson This Is It' (2009)
Released after Jackson's death, the Kenny Ortega-helmed doc chronicles preparations for the King of Pop's last tour.
Gross: $252 million
'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never' (2011)
From YouTube to the world stage, the teen phenom surprised critics and parents with his inspiring story.
Gross: $97 million
'Glee: The 3D Concert Movie' (2011)
The Fox show spawned a sold-out tour that grossed more than $40 million, but the film version fell short of revenue expectations.
Gross: $18.3 million
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