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  • Britneysdream
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    Does anyone know how close work bitch is to 2 million units in the USA? It must be getting close with streams now

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  • Artsy
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    I guess the final boxscore will be around $35 million great number

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  • belmont
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    I think we'll never know about Monchen, Sandviken, Scarboro and Blackpool.

    Only cities I'm hoping for them to release is Birmingham and MAYBE Oslo.

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  • Instinct
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Thanks for the update @Instinct. I hope the boxscores keep coming out.

    I think she should booked a few more dates (2 in Canada, 2 in Mexico and 2 in Brazil) . . . but it is what it is.
    Since she's doing Vegas again in a few months, I'd love for her to keep doing short summer tours every year. There are so many countries where she'd pull great numbers (ie: Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Turkey, etc).

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  • MrLeonix
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    Thanks for the update @Instinct. I hope the boxscores keep coming out.

    I think she should booked a few more dates (2 in Canada, 2 in Mexico and 2 in Brazil) . . . but it is what it is.

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  • Britneysdream
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    So pleased to see she managed to sell 40,000 tickets to her London shows! That’s an impressive increase on the 28,000 sold back in 2011

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  • Instinct
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    North America
    July 12-13, 2018 - Theater At MGM National Harbor - Oxon Hill, MD - 5,357 / 5,538 - $1,555,048
    July 15, 2018 - Mohegan Sun Arena - Uncasville, CT - 6,998 / 7,088 - $946,100
    July 17, 2018 - Sands Bethlehem Center - Bethlehem, PA - N/A
    July 19-21, 2018 - Borgata Event Center - Atlantic City, NJ - N/A
    July 23-24, 2018 - Radio City Music Hall - New York, NY - 11,887 / 11,887 - $2,704,148
    July 27-29, 2018 - Hard Rock Live At The Event Center - Hollywood, FL - 9,756 / 9,756 - $1,983,200
    Total Reported Gross: $7,188,496 (8/12)
    Total Reported Attendance: 33,998
    Average Ticket Price: $211,438
    Average Gross: $898,562
    Average Attendance: 4,249
    Sold Out Shows: 6/8
    Average Gross Per City: $1,797,124
    Average Attendance Per City: 8,499

    Europe
    August 4, 2018 - Preston Park - Brighton, United Kingdom - N/A
    August 6, 2018 - Mercedes-Benz Arena - Berlin, Germany - 13,735 / 13,735 - $1,045,280
    August 8, 2018 - Skanderborg Dyrehave - Skanderborg, Denmark - N/A
    August 10, 2018 - Telenor Arena - Oslo, Norway - N/A
    August 11, 2018 - Göransson Arena - Sandviken, Sweden - N/A
    August 13, 2018 - Sparkassenpark - Mönchengladbach, Germany - N/A
    August 15, 2018 - Sportpaleis - Antwerp, Belgium - 16,787 / 16,787 - $1,399,873
    August 17, 2018 - Open Air Theatre - Scarborough, United Kingdom - N/A
    August 18, 2018 - Manchester Arena - Manchester, United Kingdom - 13,780 / 13,780 - $1,472,230
    August 20, 2018 - 3Arena - Dublin, Ireland - 12,510 / 12,510 - $1,124,171
    August 22, 2018 - The SSE Hydro - 10,623 / 10,623 - $999,910
    August 24-26, 2018 - The O2 - London, United Kingdom - 40,611 / 44,171 - $4,540,070
    August 28-29, 2018 - AccorHotels Arena - Paris, France - 26,973 / 30,268 - $2,387,006
    August 31, 2018 - Genting Arena - Birmingham, United Kingdom - N/A
    September 1, 2018 - Blackpool Tower Headland - Blackpool, United Kingdom - N/A
    Total Reported Gross: $12,968,540 (10/18)
    Total Reported Attendance: 135,019
    Average Ticket Price: $96
    Average Gross: $1,296,854
    Average Attendance: 13,501
    Sold Out Shows: 5/10
    Average Gross Per City: $1,852,648
    Average Attendance Per City: 19,288

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    Total Reported Gross: $20,157,036 (18/30)
    Missing Shows: 12
    Average Gross: $1,119,835
    Total Reported Attendance: 169,017
    Sold Out Shows: 11
    Average Ticket Price: $119,260
    Average Gross Per City: $1,832,457
    Average Attendance Per City: 15,365
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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by matheusbelmont
    ^ You're missing the Hollywood boxscore.
    Its up there

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  • belmont
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    ^ You're missing the Hollywood boxscore.

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by beredy
    TBH honest those pop peaks from 1998-2000 and 2008-2011 are pretty similar. 2001-2007 cover her most mixed albums (among mainstream, ITZ is definitely one of the fan favorites) so no wonder only some singles did good, while others mainly didn't. And don't forget she started to become weird during that timeframe with 2007 being the peak of that. Then Blackout happened, damage control and we all know the rest. But It's not like she had a huge resurgence. Yeah, she hit a slight rough spot 2000-2007 in pure peak/chart numbers, but she still remained very relevant and in the mainstream eye which helped her when she hit those tunes that mainstream ate up after 2007.

    EDIT: Also radios in the late 00's radios were keeping an eye on digital single sales - it was no coincidence that some of the best selling singles of that time were also the biggest radio hits. That's also a reason why Britney singles did slightly better on radio during that time than before when they held off on releasing physical singles during late 90's /early 00's. If they were releasing singles and those singles kept moving physical sales, radios would definitely play them more because it would be a clear sign that that's what people want to hear. So it still comes down to a different way of managing her singles in the late 90's/early 00's vs late 00's/early 10's. The strategy behind those is still very much connected to the numbers.
    Well, cool for her . . . . Thanks to all of those reasons you're explaining conditions ended up being perfect for her to have her peak on the Hot 100 between 2008-2011. Thats great

    Originally posted by Instinct
    In 2011, she had a sell out rate of 77%
    In 2018, she had a sell out rate of 92%
    Great boxscores. Sold Out in Germany

    So we have so far for the POM Tour:

    Oxon Hill, USA
    5,357 / 5,538 (97%)
    $1,555,048
    2 Shows

    Uncasville, USA
    6,998 / 7,088 (99%)
    $946,100
    1 Show

    New York, USA
    11,887 / 11,887 (100%)
    $2,704,148
    2 Shows

    Hollywood, USA
    9,756 / 9,756 (100%)
    $1,983,200
    3 Shows

    Antwerp, Belgium
    16,787 / 16,787 (100%)
    $1,399,873
    1 Show

    Dublin, Ireland
    12,510 / 12,510 (100%)
    $1,124,171
    1 Show

    Glasgow, Scotland
    10,623 / 10,623 (100%)
    $999,910
    1 Show

    Paris, France
    26,973 / 30,268 (90%)
    $2,387,006
    2 Shows

    London, England
    40,611 / 44,171 (92%)
    $4,540,070
    3 Shows

    Manchester, England
    13,780 / 13,780 (100%)
    $1,472,230
    1 Show

    Berlin, Germany
    13,735 /13,735 (100%)
    $1,045,280 
    1 Show

    Total grossed: $20.157.036 (from 18 reported dates)
    Total Attendance: 169,017 / 176,143 (96%)
    Average gross per date: $1.119.835

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  • belmont
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    Now we have $20.2 million gross and 169,017 of tickets sold in 18 shows.

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  • Instinct
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    Oops. It's the other way around. Fixed.

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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by Instinct
    In 2011, she had a sell out rate of 92%
    In 2018, she had a sell out rate of 77%
    Akhm.

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  • Instinct
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    Let's compare this to her previous tour

    October 27-28, 2011 - The O2 Arena - London, United Kingdom - 24,902 / 26,550 - $1,818,120
    October 31, 2011 - The SSE Arena, Wembley - London, United Kingdom - 3,103 / 9,752 - $252,020
    In 2011, she grossed $2,070,140 in London from 3 shows (average of $690,046).
    In 2018, she grossed $4,540,070 in London from 3 shows (average of $1,513,356)

    In 2011, she performed for 28,005 people in London across 3 shows (average attendance of 9,335)
    In 2018, she performed for 40,611 people in London across 3 shows (average attendance of 13,537)

    In 2011, she had a sell out rate of 77%
    In 2018, she had a sell out rate of 92%

    Average ticket price in 2011: $74
    Average ticket price in 2018: $111

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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Yes, itunes did wonders for her but this was possible because she transitioned successfully from the physical to the digital era .... Trust me, the itunes era damaged some veterans on the Hot 100 who struggled a lot with the digital era (itunes).
    Of course digital era "damaged" the success of some, yet there are some (like Brit) who did good. She was still young, hot and putting out great pop singles.

    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Also, Britney was a consistent staple on Pop Radio, these were her peaks on Pop Radio during that time:

    POP RADIO - 2008-2011:

    Womanizer #1
    Circus #1
    If U Seek Amy #8
    3 #2
    Hold It Against Me #3
    Till The World Ends #4
    I Wanna Go #1

    This is some kind of consistent Pop radio support that she had been lacking since the "Oops I Did It Again" era and even back in 1998-2000 it wasn't this much:

    POP RADIO - 1998-2000:

    Baby One More Time #1
    Sometimes #6
    (You Drive Me) Crazy #4
    Oops I Did It Again #1
    Lucky #9

    Between late 2000 to 2007 - from "Stronger" to "Break The Ice" Britney only got 2 Top 10 hits on Pop Radio ("Toxic" and "Everytime").

    So yeah, it wasn't only itunes, Pop Radio was here for her in a way they had not been in long time, she was definitely having a singles peak in America between 2008-2011.
    TBH honest those pop peaks from 1998-2000 and 2008-2011 are pretty similar. 2001-2007 cover her most mixed albums (among mainstream, ITZ is definitely one of the fan favorites) so no wonder only some singles did good, while others mainly didn't. And don't forget she started to become weird during that timeframe with 2007 being the peak of that. Then Blackout happened, damage control and we all know the rest. But It's not like she had a huge resurgence. Yeah, she hit a slight rough spot 2000-2007 in pure peak/chart numbers, but she still remained very relevant and in the mainstream eye which helped her when she hit those tunes that mainstream ate up after 2007.

    EDIT: Also radios in the late 00's radios were keeping an eye on digital single sales - it was no coincidence that some of the best selling singles of that time were also the biggest radio hits. That's also a reason why Britney singles did slightly better on radio during that time than before when they held off on releasing physical singles during late 90's /early 00's. If they were releasing singles and those singles kept moving physical sales, radios would definitely play them more because it would be a clear sign that that's what people want to hear. So it still comes down to a different way of managing her singles in the late 90's/early 00's vs late 00's/early 10's. The strategy behind those is still very much connected to the numbers.

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  • belmont
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    The first two nights in London probably grossed $1.6 million. $3.2 million+ (and 29k) on the first two dates and $1.3 million (and 11k+) on the third date.

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  • Instinct
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    Brilliant boxscores! $1.513,356 per show in London

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  • belmont
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    Britney Spears
    O2 Arena
    London
    Aug. 24-26, 2018
    $4,540,070
    40,611 / 44,171
    3 / 0
    $160.64, $70.68
    Cuffe and Taylor

    Britney Spears
    Manchester Arena
    Manchester, England
    Aug. 18, 2018
    $1,472,230
    13,780 / 13,780
    1 / 1
    $159.09, $70
    Cuffs & Taylor

    Britney Spears
    Mercedes-Benz Arena
    Berlin Aug. 6, 2018
    $1,045,280
    13,735 /13,735
    1 / 1
    $86.74, $57.83
    Live Nation

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  • MrLeonix
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    Thanks for the update @Instinct. Cool to see "Make Me" hitting 100million on Spotify.

    ... As of September 22, 2018 "Till The World Ends" was at 87million on Spotify (including remixes)

    Till The World Ends - 73,434,517
    Till The World Ends (The Femme Fatale Remix) - 8,138,393
    Till The World Ends Remixes - 5,620,986

    Total = 87,193,896

    Including the remixes this will likely be one of her future 100million tracks on Spotify (slowly but eventually).


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    As For Youtube

    (You Drive Me) Crazy - 96,472,652 views
    Lucky - 93,233,789 views
    I'm Not A Girl Not Yet A Woman - 90,010,883 views

    She has upcoming 100million videos too.

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  • Instinct
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    "Make Me..." has reached 100 million streams on Spotify with remixes included

    Album Version: 95,229,072
    Remixes: 4,946,419
    Total: 100,175,491

    Her biggest songs with remixes included:

    01 - 257,105,044 - Scream & Shout
    02 - 232,680,234 - Toxic
    03 - 169,692,370 - ...Baby One More Time
    04 - 148,974,712 - Oops!... I Did It Again
    05 - 128,720,919 - Work Bitch
    06 - 109,490,242 - Womanizer
    07 - 100,175,491 - Make Me...

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  • JeremySpears
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    9 years of "3" Her last solo Top 20 here in Germany

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by beredy
    A lot of it has to do with the iTunes and the rise of digital single sales. In the 90's and early 00's Britney's team used the trick of delaying single releases to push album sales - so if you wanted to own a Britney song you had to buy the album. That capped the single peaks but helped albums get bigger sales. That was a strategy employed by a lot of people back then (there are a lot of big selling albums without many high peaking singles). But when digital singles came and iTunes became a big part of charts that strategy made no sense anymore. So Britney finally started selling singles which capped album sales. Simppe as that.

    Fact is she was relevant throughout in pretty much the same way, it's just the strategy of selling changed for her.
    Yes, itunes did wonders for her but this was possible because she transitioned successfully from the physical to the digital era .... Trust me, the itunes era damaged some veterans on the Hot 100 who struggled a lot with the digital era (itunes).

    Also, Britney was a consistent staple on Pop Radio, these were her peaks on Pop Radio during that time:

    POP RADIO - 2008-2011:

    Womanizer #1
    Circus #1
    If U Seek Amy #8
    3 #2
    Hold It Against Me #3
    Till The World Ends #4
    I Wanna Go #1

    This is some kind of consistent Pop radio support that she had been lacking since the "Oops I Did It Again" era and even back in 1998-2000 it wasn't this much:

    POP RADIO - 1998-2000:

    Baby One More Time #1
    Sometimes #6
    (You Drive Me) Crazy #4
    Oops I Did It Again #1
    Lucky #9

    Between late 2000 to 2007 - from "Stronger" to "Break The Ice" Britney only got 2 Top 10 hits on Pop Radio ("Toxic" and "Everytime").

    So yeah, it wasn't only itunes, Pop Radio was here for her in a way they had not been in long time, she was definitely having a singles peak in America between 2008-2011.

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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Happy anniversary to "3"

    Originally posted by Instinct
    The fact this was just a quick lil compilation album single and it ended up going #1 Happy 9th anniversary
    Yeah, Britney couldn't go wrong on Pop Radio and the Hot 100 between 2007-2011 . . . That was basically her peak on the Hot 100.

    . . . . just like she had her albums' sales peak back in the late 90s / early 00s she then nailed it like never before on the Hot 100 during late 00s / early 10s.

    A lot of it has to do with the iTunes and the rise of digital single sales. In the 90's and early 00's Britney's team used the trick of delaying single releases to push album sales - so if you wanted to own a Britney song you had to buy the album. That capped the single peaks but helped albums get bigger sales. That was a strategy employed by a lot of people back then (there are a lot of big selling albums without many high peaking singles). But when digital singles came and iTunes became a big part of charts that strategy made no sense anymore. So Britney finally started selling singles which capped album sales. Simppe as that.

    Fact is she was relevant throughout in pretty much the same way, it's just the strategy of selling changed for her.

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  • GaGarazzi
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    Little anecdote: I remember this song came out when I was in year 8 at High School and in my maths class where we were working on some equation that involved 3 P. I always sucked at maths, but I took great delight in highlighting to my classmates that Britney was getting down with 3 P which made the class somewhat more bearable.

    Can't believe it's been 9 years already. Not one of her best songs, but not bad either.

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  • MrLeonix
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    Happy anniversary to "3"

    Originally posted by Instinct
    The fact this was just a quick lil compilation album single and it ended up going #1 Happy 9th anniversary
    Yeah, Britney couldn't go wrong on Pop Radio and the Hot 100 between 2007-2011 . . . That was basically her peak on the Hot 100.

    . . . . just like she had her albums' sales peak back in the late 90s / early 00s she then nailed it like never before on the Hot 100 during late 00s / early 10s.

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