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  • chenrus
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    Okay, iMe sucks.

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  • weare
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    Britney Live in Concert
    15.6 million from first six shows + 7.86 million (5 shows)
    Total 23,465,462 , less than my expected estimation 1 million (24.5 million)
    Average 2.13 million per show.

    The number looks so real and very good.

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  • weare
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    Originally posted by BritneyCharts
    great news!!! Finally full tour boxscores!!

    Britney Spears, DJ KOMORI Yoyogi National Gymnasium Tokyo, Japan June 3-4, 2017 $2,928,829 24,770 / 24,770 2 / 2 $202.95, $113.28, $89.57 Creative Man Production
    Britney Spears Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall Taipei, Taiwan June 13, 2017 $1,211,617 9,294 / 11,878 1 / 0 $235.62, $149.32, $92.85 iMe
    Britney Spears Mall of Asia Arena Manila, Philippines June 15, 2017 $2,054,045 13,220 / 13,220 1 / 1 $478.20, $401.42, $289.10, $117.56 Wilbros Live
    Britney Spears Indoor Stadium Singapore June 30, 2017 $1,668,933 8,155 / 10,590 1 / 0 $407.70, $324.95, $286.28, $139.47 iMe

    Manila but I thought 20k people attended the show? But great gross! Taipei and Singapore Tokyo

    I dont know why Billboard take so long, JB Tel Aviv show got reported two weeks ago but show happened in May 57,988 / 58,000 he had more than Britney but Britney gross more!

    Billboard still publishing shows from May and June so im sure they will come! http://www.billboard.com/biz/current-boxscore

    I hope she comes to South America again, this tour did very well!
    7,863,424 from 5 dates
    Avg 1,572,684.8 per show

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  • Picklenickel
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    Are these even real?

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  • BritneyCharts
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    great news!!! Finally full tour boxscores!!

    Britney Spears, DJ KOMORI Yoyogi National Gymnasium Tokyo, Japan June 3-4, 2017 $2,928,829 24,770 / 24,770 2 / 2 $202.95, $113.28, $89.57 Creative Man Production
    Britney Spears Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall Taipei, Taiwan June 13, 2017 $1,211,617 9,294 / 11,878 1 / 0 $235.62, $149.32, $92.85 iMe
    Britney Spears Mall of Asia Arena Manila, Philippines June 15, 2017 $2,054,045 13,220 / 13,220 1 / 1 $478.20, $401.42, $289.10, $117.56 Wilbros Live
    Britney Spears Indoor Stadium Singapore June 30, 2017 $1,668,933 8,155 / 10,590 1 / 0 $407.70, $324.95, $286.28, $139.47 iMe

    Manila but I thought 20k people attended the show? But great gross! Taipei and Singapore Tokyo

    I dont know why Billboard take so long, JB Tel Aviv show got reported two weeks ago but show happened in May 57,988 / 58,000 he had more than Britney but Britney gross more!

    Billboard still publishing shows from May and June so im sure they will come! http://www.billboard.com/biz/current-boxscore

    I hope she comes to South America again, this tour did very well!

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  • Neutral
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    "Make Me" deserved so much more! I still love it! At least it was a nice little hit for her in the US Hopefully it's actually certified Platinum when the time comes.

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  • MrLeonix
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    "Make me" is close to become eligible for Platinum in USA!



    With about 185million streams between Spotify and Youtube combined the track is predicted to have around 250million streams overall after adding Apple Music, Tidal and other streaming services. It is estimated that 35% from Make me's total streams come from US wich would tally over 583,000 equivalent units in addition to the estimated 375,000 digital sold units in the country giving a 958,000 units total, while this is a rough estimation it is likely certain that "Make me" has surpassed the 900,000 units in US starting its race to Platinum status during the upcoming months. The song was officialy certified Gold by the RIAA several months ago.

    "Make me" served as Glory's lead single and Britney's career 40th single release, it strongly debuted at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 becoming Spears' 20th Top 20 hit in America, on its 7th week on chart the song climbed back and rematched its #17 peak position once again.

    Say whatever you want about "Make me" and the "Glory" era but more and more female singles are struggling to outpeak it these days.

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  • Instinct
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    Happy 12th birthday to "Someday (I Will Understand)" One of her most underrated hits and it actually outpeaked some "Circus" and "Femme Fatale" singles in Europe.

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    ...Baby One More Time

    Spotify:
    #144 United Kingdom (NE)
    #159 Ireland (NE)

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  • MrLeonix
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    "Someday (I will understand)" turns 12!



    "Someday (I will understand)" was released as the only single from "Britney & Kevin: Chaotic" EP in 2005 and was later included on "The singles collection" Box set in 2009. The acoustic minimalistic ballad was not officialy released in US or several other markets but its music video was on MTV rotation globally and it had a commercial release in most of Europe. Being a forgotten single, the song perhaps performed better than we all remember hitting the Top 10 in 5 countries including the relative relevant markets Italy and Sweden (where it charted for 16 weeks) and others such as Denmark, Switzerland and Hungary. The song hit the Top 20 in other markets including Belgium and Top 40 in Netherlands and Germany where it reached a decent #22 peak. As of 2010 the song had sold over 60,000 digital downloads in US.

    Despite the somewhat decent peaks on charts, Spears never performed the mysterious single live and it didn't have any type of impact for her career and without any lasting impression it can be considered her least important and most forgotten single out of her catalogue. "Someday (I will understand)" is currently her worst performing single on Spotify and streaming services and overall it stands up with high irrelevance in her music career, prompting some fans to deem it is underrated.

    Happy 12th anniversary Someday!!

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  • Instinct
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    The limited edition "...Baby One More Time" vinyl is sold out (2,500 copies which sold out in minutes, but they re-stoked it due to demand so I think it's actually 5,000?).

    https://www.urbanoutfitters.com/shop/br ... &color=066

    Pressed to just 2,500 copies of UO-exclusive limited edition pink + white swirl vinyl is Britney's debut album, …Baby One More Time. The highest selling record by any teenage solo artist, ...Baby One More Time crowned Spears immediate pop stardom. Includes all your favorite sing-along songs like (You Drive Me) Crazy, Sometimes + …Baby One More Time. 1999, Jive Records.
    Britney Spears - …Baby One More Time Limited LP
    Sold Out
    Will this be enough to chart on Billboard?

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  • Instinct
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    Does anyone have Britney's album chart runs in Japan? Particularly 'Oops!... I Did It Again'

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  • Instinct
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    "...Baby One More Time Tour"

    June 28, 1999: Pompano Beach - Pompano Beach Amphitheatre -
    June 29, 1999: Tampa - USF Sun Dome -
    July 1, 1999: Atlanta - Atlanta Civic Center -
    July 2, 1999: Myrtle Beach - House of Blues - 2,247 / 2,247 - $44,940
    July 3, 1999: Doswell - Paramount Theatre - 6,550 / 6,550 - $112,245
    July 5, 1999: Bethel - Max Yasgur's Farm -
    July 6, 1999: Washington, D.C. - DAR Constitution Hall - 3,115 / 3,700 - $70,753
    July 7, 1999: New York City - Hammerstein Ballroom - 3,600 / 3,600 - $86,050
    July 8, 1999: Hershey - Star Pavilion at Hersheypark Stadium - 7,628 / 7,628 - $183,925
    July 9, 1999: Scranton - Montage Mountain Amphitheater - 6,742 / 10,000 - $136,465
    July 10, 1999: Darien Center - Darien Lake Performing Arts Center - 8,804 / 10,000 - $176,292
    July 11, 1999: Schenectady - Proctor's Theatre - 2,618 / 2,618 - $65,655
    July 13, 1999: Hamilton - Copps Coliseum - 7,803 / 7,803 - $156,528
    July 14, 1999: Toronto - Molson Canadian Amphitheatre - 15,444 / 15,444 - $262,261
    July 16, 1999: Montreal - Molson Centre - 6,407 / 6,941 - $136,736
    July 17, 1999: Ottawa - WordPerfect Theatre - 9,202 / 9,202 - $179,356
    July 20, 1999: Winnipeg - Centennial Concert Hall - 2,065 / 2,065 - $41,424
    July 21, 1999: Saskatoon - Saskatchewan Place - 8,719 / 8,719 - $169,370
    July 22, 1999: Edmonton - Skyreach Centre - 9,263 / 9,263 - $180,483
    July 23, 1999: Calgary - Canadian Airlines Saddledome - 10,620 / 10,620 - $206,815
    July 25, 1999: Vancouver - General Motors Place - 10,804 / 10,804 - $200,429
    July 26, 1999: Seattle - Seattle Center Arena - 5,052 / 5,052 - $126,300
    July 27, 1999: Hillsboro - DeMar Batchelor Amphitheater - 3,800 / 3,800 - $57,000
    July 29, 1999: Oakland - Paramount Theatre - 2,852 / 2,852 - $72,726
    July 30, 1999: Paso Robles - CMS Grandstand Arena -
    July 31, 1999: Los Angeles - Universal Amphitheatre - 5,765 / 5,765 - $144,125
    August 3, 1999: Brighton - Bromley Companies Stage -
    August 4, 1999: Denver - Paramount Theatre - 1,658 / 1,955 - $41,450
    August 6, 1999: Arlington - AT&T Music Mill Amphitheater -
    August 7, 1999: Houston - Aerial Theater - 3,042 / 3,042 - $61,245
    August 8, 1999: New Orleans - Lakefront Arena - 6,802 / 6,802 - $143,045
    August 10, 1999: Memphis - Mud Island Amphitheater - 4,856 / 4,856 - $109,260
    August 11, 1999: Nashville - Grand Ole Opry House - 4,426 / 4,460 - $105,275
    August 13, 1999: Eureka - Old Glory Amphitheater -
    August 14, 1999: Omaha - Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum -
    August 15, 1999: Sioux Falls - W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds Grandstand -
    August 17, 1999: Rosemont - Rosemont Theatre - 4,202 / 4,202 - $105,450
    August 18, 1999: Columbus - Veterans Memorial Auditorium - 3,677 / 3,677 - $82,732
    August 19, 1999: Fairlea - State Fair Event Center - 6,170 / 10,000 - $152,792
    August 20, 1999: Adrian - Lenawee County Event Grounds Bandshell -
    August 21, 1999: Orlando- Hard Rock Live -
    August 25, 1999: Indianapolis - Egyptian Room -
    August 26, 1999: Cleveland - Nautica Stage - 3,919 / 3,919 - $78,388
    August 27, 1999: Mason - Timberwolf Amphitheatre -
    August 29, 1999: Upper Darby - Tower Theater - 2,932 / 2,932 - $73,300
    August 30, 1999: Essex - Coca-Cola Grandstand -
    September 1, 1999: Boston - FleetBoston Pavilion -
    September 2, 1999: Geddes - New York State Fair Grandstand - 17,059 / 17,059 - $439,401
    September 3, 1999: Wallingford - SNET Oakdale Theatre - 4,816 / 4,816 - $114,225
    September 4, 1999: Baltimore - Pier Six Pavilion -
    September 5, 1999: Allentown - Allentown Fairgrounds Grandstand - 10,416 / 10,416 - $273,179
    September 10, 1999: Salt Lake City - Utah State Fair Grandstand -
    September 11, 1999: Hutchinson - KSF Grandstand -
    September 12, 1999: Detroit - State Theatre -
    September 14, 1999: Allegan - ACC Grandstand -
    September 15, 1999: York - Grandstand at the York Fair -

    The "...Baby One More Time Tour" grossed $4,589,620 from 34/56 shows

    "(You Drive Me) Crazy Tour"
    March 8, 2000: Pensacola - Pensacola Civic Center - 8,096 / 8,096 - $254,852
    March 9, 2000: Birmingham - BJCC Coliseum - 13,498 / 13,498 - $444,173
    March 10, 2000: North Little Rock - Alltel Arena - 15,400 / 15,400 - $496,096
    March 12, 2000: Memphis - Pyramid Arena - 16,906 / 16,906 - $578,845
    March 13, 2000: Louisville - Freedom Hall - 15,806 / 16,154 - $547,225
    March 14, 2000: Auburn Hills - The Palace of Auburn Hills - 17,564 / 17,564 - $595,642
    March 15, 2000: Cincinnati - Firstar Center -12,552 / 17,016 - $430,460
    March 19, 2000: Grand Rapids - Van Andel Arena - 12,050 / 12,050 - $423,615
    March 20, 2000: Moline - The MARK of the Quad Cities - 11,017 / 11,017 - $344,205
    March 21, 2000: Madison - Kohl Center - 12,092 / 12,092 - $391,746
    March 22-23, 2000: Rosemont - Allstate Arena - 27,556 / 27,556 - $856,340
    March 25, 2000: Worcester - Worcester's Centrum Centre - 12,554 / 12,554 - $414,498
    March 26, 2000: Baltimore - Baltimore Arena - 12,118 / 12,118 - $404,135
    March 27, 2000: Albany - Pepsi Arena - 13,434 / 13,434 - $444,250
    March 29, 2000: Greensboro - Greensboro Coliseum - 17,076 / 17,076 - $603,318
    March 31, 2000: Tampa - Ice Palace - 14,332 / 14,332 - $469,455
    April 1, 2000: Miami - American Airlines Arena - 13,520 / 13,680 - $429,333
    April 2, 2000: Daytona Beach - Ocean Center Arena - 8,669 / 8,669 - $308,813
    April 4, 2000: New Orleans - New Orleans Arena - 14,437 / 14,437 - $514,447
    April 6, 2000: Greenville - BI-LO Center - 12,000 / 12,000 - $407,772
    April 7, 2000: Roanoke - Roanoke Civic Center - 8,899 / 8,914 - $296,510
    April 8, 2000: Charleston - Charleston Civic Center - 10,787 / 13,000 - $366,597

    The "(You Drive Me) Crazy Tour" grossed $10,022,327 from 23 shows

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  • Instinct
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Originally posted by Instinct
    She did 10 shows in Germany
    I'm not surprised she did that many German shows with that tour, remember that "Oops I did it again" was her biggest album there and one of the biggest female pop albums of all time in Germany with 1million sales. Makes sense.
    Very true. The demand was probably huge given how massive she was in Germany back then.

    -

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  • weare
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    in that time, ticket price quite expensive for artist who under 20 (actually for every age) because the concert was not the trend for music industry (and people had less income), so artist did not tour much even they had successful single+album. and people still bought ton of singles and albums (more profitable in the short time).

    Today, the tour which has average $100+ per ticket with sold-out are considered successful for an artist.

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by Instinct
    She did 10 shows in Germany
    I'm not surprised she did that many German shows with that tour, remember that "Oops I did it again" was her biggest album there and one of the biggest female pop albums of all time in Germany with 1million sales. Makes sense.

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  • Instinct
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    I'm getting the boxscores from here:
    http://pulsemusic.proboards.com/thread/ ... -pt?page=4

    The numbers add up with what Billboard reported at the end of 2000 ($30+ million in North America, $10+ million in Europe). And the same goes for all the "Dream Within A Dream" boxscores from the previous page. They add up perfectly with what Pollstar reported in 2001-2002. So I don't think they're fake. But that's weird, it's probably a mistake.

    Edit:
    I got it from a poster here a few years ago who had access to Billboard Boxscore data. I emailed him about Britney's numbers and he sent back her complete touring history.

    All the numbers which I was able to cross-check, from the DWaD and Onyx Hotel tours, against the numbers from Billboard (magazine and website) match up. I am confident because of this that the numbers from the earlier tours are accurate.

    However, of all the numbers the capacity figures are the most subject to change. You often see capacity figures for the same venue change by several thousand. It all depends on how the promoter configures the venue by cutting capacity not selling certain seats or adding to capacity through standing room seats.

    Or in the case of the Stadhalle Breman, perhaps they made a typo and added a 1 to the front of 9,902 to make it 19,902 by mistake.

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  • joiPrince_JO
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    There's no way in hell that the Stadthalle in Bielefeld holds 19,000 people.


    That would make it the biggest arena in Germany. And its not even an arena.

    According to the official website it holds 7,000 people. To my knowledge the European dates were never reported. There are only official boxscores for some of the US dates.

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  • Instinct
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    "Oops!... I Did It Again Tour" boxscores

    North America

    June 20, 2000: Columbia - Merriweather Post Pavilion - 15,901 / 15,901 - $336,011
    June 21, 2000: Hartford - Meadows Music Theatre - 24,306 / 24,570 - $516,483
    June 23, 2000: Darien Center - Darien Lake Performing Arts Center - 17,899 / 20,000 - $616,045
    June 24, 2000: Hershey - Hersheypark Stadium - 28,696 / 28,696 - $1,013,899
    June 25, 2000: Scranton - Montage Mountain - 11,637 / 14,500 - $344,935
    June 27-30, 2000: Wantagh - Jones Beach Amphitheatre - 56,550 / 56,550 - $2,055,861
    July 2-3, 2000: Holmdel - P.N.C. Bank Arts Center - 33,074 / 34,152 - $866,198
    July 4, 2000: Bristow - Nissan Pavilion - 14,191 / 22,541 - $428,773
    July 5, 2000: Camden - Blockbuster-Sony Entertainment Center - 24,861 / 24,910 - $693,230
    July 7, 2000: Tinley Park - World Music Theater - 23,055 / 28,589 - $651,735
    July 8, 2000: Milwaukee - Marcus Amphitheatre - 22,395 / 22,808 - $453,251
    July 9-10, 2000: Clarkston - Pine Knob Music Theatre - 30,615 / 30,615 - $938,915
    July 16, 2000: Maryland Heights - Riverport Amphitheatre - 20,674 / 20,674 - $605,860
    July 17, 2000: Bonner Springs - Sandstone Amphitheatre - 17,304 / 17,304 - $530,740
    July 19, 2000: Dallas - Starplex - 19,134 / 19,134 - $579,030
    July 20, 2000: San Antonio - Alamodome - 25,080 / 25,080 - $802,396
    July 21-22, 2000: Woodlands - C.W. Mitchell Pavilion - 25,916 / 25,916 - $912,149
    July 27, 2000: Albuquerque - Mesa Del Sol - 12,109 / 12,109 - $479,396
    July 28, 2000: Phoenix Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion - 19,647 / 19,647 - $559,875
    July 29, 2000: Irvine - Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre - 16,253 / 16,262 - $536,445
    July 30-31, 2000: Los Angeles - The Forum - 25,756 / 29,000 - $977,849
    August 1, 2000: Concord - Concord Pavilion - 12,122 / 12,500 - $347,529
    August 3, 2000: San Diego - San Diego Sports Arena - 11,102 / 11,290 - $398,416
    August 4, 2000: Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden - 13,888 / 13,888 - $748,720
    August 5, 2000: San Bernardino - Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion - 26,084 / 29,943 - $695,227
    August 6, 2000: Marysville - Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre - 20,008 / 20,076 - $490,011
    August 8, 2000: Mountain View - Shoreline Amphitheatre - 22,159 / 22,241 - $649,210
    August 10, 2000: Portland - Rose Garden - 14,139 / 14,500 - $499,903
    August 11, 2000: George - George Amphitheatre - 20,000 / 20,000 - $814,630
    August 12, 2000: Vancouver - General Motors Place - 13,749 / 13,749 - $480,284
    August 14, 2000: Salt Lake City - Delta Center - 14,602 / 15,943 - $495,745
    August 21, 2000: Burgettstown - Post-Gazette Pavilion - 23,232 / 23,279 - $573,679
    August 22, 2000: Toronto - Canada - Molson Amphitheatre - 15,589 / 15,589 - $439,926
    August 23, 2000: Montreal - Centre Molson - 13,284 / 13,284 - $472,873
    August 24, 2000: Syracuse - Empire Expo Center - 17,141 / 17,141 - $574,737
    August 25, 2000: Atlantic City - Trump Taj Mahal - 5,386 / 5,414 - $243,465
    August 28, 2000: Mansfield - Tweeter - 19,912 / 19,912 - $577,335
    August 30, 2000: Saratoga Springs - Saratoga Performing Arts Center - 20,466 / 25,095 - $451,008
    August 31, 2000: Cleveland - Gund Arena - 16,148 / 17,504 - $563,485
    September 1, 2000: Knoxville - Thompson-Boling Arena - 18,800 / 26,151 - $544,100
    September 2, 2000: Noblesville - Deer Creek Music Center - 24,282 / 24,339 - $589,155
    September 3, 2000: Columbus - Polaris Amphitheatre - 20,083 / 20,141 - $486,525
    September 9, 2000: Orlando - TD Waterhouse Centre - 12,410 / 12,843 - $464,790
    September 10, 2000: West Palm Beach - Coral Sky Amphitheatre - 20,191 / 20,279 - $489,875
    September 12, 2000: Raleigh - Alltel Pavilion - 20,172 / 20,199 - $493,931
    September 13, 2000: Charlotte - Blockbuster Pavilion - 17,893 / 18,506 - $454,870
    September 14, 2000: Virginia Beach - GTE-Virginia Beach Amphitheater - 19,995 / 20,000 - $459,802
    September 15, 2000: Burgettstown - Post-Gazette Pavilion - 22,542 / 23,212 - $559,269
    September 17, 2000: Antioch - First American Music Center - 16,791 / 17,224 - $398,100
    September 18, 2000: Atlanta - Coca Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre - 18,254 / 18,954 - $596,110
    September 20, 2000: New Orleans - Louisiana Superdome - 17,703 / 17,703 - $514,440

    Europe

    October 10-12 2000: London, England - Wembley Arena - 33,425 / 35,516 - $1,213,975
    October 13-14, 2000: Manchester, England - Manchester Evening News Arena - 29,193 / 40,026 - $1,087,524
    October 17, 2000: Bielefeld, Germany - Stadhalle - 9,319 / 19,902 - $269,767
    October 18, 2000: Ghent, Belgium - Flanders Expo N.V. - 13,950 / 13,950 - $359,714
    October 19, 2000: Dortmund, Germany - Westfalenhallen Dortmund Gmbh - 12,246 / 13,290 - $333,584
    October 20, 2000: Stuttgart, Germany - Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle - 12,297 / 13,027 - $309,336
    October 22, 2000: Barcelona, Spain - Palau Sant Jordi - 9,593 / 18,000 - $199,568
    October 24, 2000: Milan, Italy - Forum Milano Fiori - 11,907 / 15,419 - $225,068
    October 25, 2000: Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion Zurich - 13,000 / 13,000 - $415,352
    October 26, 2000: Munich, Germany - Munich Ger Olympiahalle - 11,071 / 11,071 - $293,936
    October 28, 2000: Kiel, Germany - Ostseehalle Kiel - 9,550 / 9,550 - $263,396
    October 29, 2000: Berlin, Germany - 9,826, 9,826 - 9,826 / 9,826 - $267,885
    October 30, 2000: Hannover, Germany - Preussag Arena - 13,194 / 13,506- $365,674
    November 1, 2000: Leipzig, Germany - Mesehalle - 11,022 / 11,022 - $304,952
    November 2, 2000: Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle - 14,010 / 15,549 - $362,508
    November 4, 2000: Arnhem, Netherlands - Gelredome - 34,868 / 37,868 - $749,438
    November 7, 2000: Gothenburg, Sweden - Scandinavium - 10,019 / 10,022 - $283,588
    November 8, 2000: Oslo, Norway - Spektrum - 8,989 / 8,998 - $277,634
    November 9, 2000: Stockholm, Sweden - The Globe - 13,907 / 14,054 - $380,097
    November 10, 2000: Copenhagen, Denmark - Valby Halle - 4,760 / 4,760 - $176,958
    November 13, 2000: Cologne, Germany - Koln Arena - 15,475 / 15,475 - $409,680
    November 14, 2000: Paris, France - Zenith - 6,577 / 6,577 - $188,564
    November 15-16, 2000: London, England - London Arena - 20,811 / 24,562 - $767,412
    November 18, 2000: Manchester, England - Manchester Evening News Arena - 14,739 / 20,013 - $545,587
    November 20, 2000: Birmingham, England - National Exhibition Centre - 23,111 / 24,796 - $827,060

    The North American leg grossed $30,466,226 and the European leg grossed $10,908,260, for a total of $41,374,486 worldwide.

    She did 10 shows in Germany Not sure why the first one did poorly but the rest were either sold out or really close. Cologne did great with 15,475 / 15,475 tickets sold.

    She performed at the Gelredome stadium in the Netherlands and nearly 35,000 people attended her show, that's easily among her biggest attendances ever. I had no idea this tour was so successful to be honest. She performed at huge venues in America so early into her career.

    Attendance:
    North America: 1,013,450
    Europe: 366,859
    Total: 1,380,309

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  • joiPrince_JO
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    GH: MP was released to finish out her then-contract. She said so herself in one of her letters that she released in 2004.

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by Instinct
    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    ^ The Onyx Hotel Tour was on track to become her highest grossing show at that time, she managed to perform 54 out of the nearly 100 schedule dates. It was expected to end with a final gross of $65m - $70m.
    That would have been great. According to Billboard, she was supposed to visit Asia and Latin America, so I imagine it would have grossed even more than that.

    http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... itney-tour
    Honestly I'm almost sure "Greatest hits: My Prerogative" was never intended to be released, its pretty clear the plan was touring for the entire year which means the "In the zone" promo was planned to keep going. If I'm not wrong she was even set to perform at the 2004 VMAs.

    I think after she had the injury and had to cancel the tour and promo and spent several months in medical rehabilitation, her team and label likely rushed a compilation in compensation to her fans over the cancellation. The album turned into a surprising success and even outsold "In the zone" internationally.

    Still many projects fell out, the tour could not be finished, the 4th single was ruined, its music video could never be finished, future singles were scrapped, VMAs were cancelled, the soundtrack on the Catwoman film was cancelled, etc. "In the zone" could have been a 10million selling album today, "Everytime" was a huge hit single and the era was still relevant, it didn't deserve to end that way.

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  • Instinct
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    "Dream Within A Dream Tour" boxscores

    November 1, 2001: Columbus - Nationwide Arena - 10,465 / 12,000 - $566,530
    November 2, 2001: Pittsburgh - Mellon Arena - 11,871 / 13,500 - $593,154
    November 5, 2001: Toronto - Air Canada Centre - 14,324 / 14,324 - $793,913
    November 7, 2001: Uniondale - Nassau Coliseum - 15,904 / 15,904 - $816,871
    November 8, 2001: University Park - Bryce Jordan Center - 8,931 / 10,050 - $536,563
    November 9, 2001: Cleveland - Gund Arena - 13,333 / 15,142 - $767,449
    November 10, 2001: Cincinnati - U.S. Bank Arena - 9,586 / 11,200 - $572,011
    November 12, 2001: Denver - Pepsi Center - 14,625 / 15,100 - $774,890
    November 13, 2001: Salt Lake City - Delta Center - 9,177 / 12,150 - $504,721
    November 17-18, 2001: Las Vegas - MGM Grand Garden Arena - 24,638 / 24,638 - $1,561,214
    November 20, 2001: Anaheim - Honda Center - 14,821 / 14,821 - $811,315
    November 21, 2001: Los Angeles - Staples Center - 15,201 / 15,201 - $921,315
    November 26, 2001: Auburn Hills - The Palace of Auburn Hills - 16,745 / 16,745 - $958,870
    November 27, 2001: Milwaukee - BMO Harris Bradley Center - 10,126 / 12,499 - $558,460
    November 28, 2001: Rosemont - Allstate Arena - 16,538 / 16,538 - $922,038
    November 29, 2001: Minneapolis - Target Center - 14,440 / 15,800 - $774,022
    December 1, 2001: Atlantic City - Boardwalk Hall - 11,653 / 11,653 - $839,588
    December 2, 2001: East Rutherford - Izod Center - 17,975 / 17,975 - $919,880
    December 3, 2001: Albany - Times Union Center - 11,306 - 12,361 - $590,436
    December 5, 2001: New York City - Madison Square Garden - 16,674 / 16,674 - $933,210
    December 8, 2001: Hartford - XL Center - 14,766 / 14,766 - $757,511
    December 9, 2001: Boston - TD Garden - 16,421 / 16,421 - $947,959
    December 10, 2001: Philadelphia - Wells Fargo Center - 18,218 / 18,218 - $1,084,038
    December 11, 2001: Boston - TD Garden - 14,437 / 16,421 - $876,588
    December 14, 2001: Raleigh - Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena - 10,355 / 13,326 - $601,366
    December 15, 2001: Atlanta - Philips Arena - 15,535 / 15,535 - $849,362
    December 16, 2001: New Orleans - New Orleans Arena - 14,119 / 14,119 - $711,377
    December 18, 2001: Tampa - Ice Palace Dream Street - 12,367 / 13,800 - $638,565
    December 19, 2001: Miami - American Airlines Arena - 15,188 / 15,188 - $785,991
    December 21, 2001: Washington, D.C. - MCI Center - 15,100 / 15,100 - $779,445

    May 24-25, 2002: Las Vegas - Mandalay Bay Events Center - 18,650 / 19,724 - $1,427,697
    May 28, 2002: Vancouver- Pacific Coliseum - 12,764 / 16,133 - $727,371
    May 29, 2002: Tacoma - Tacoma Dome - 20,733 / 20,941 - $1,127,266
    May 30, 2002: Portland - Rose Garden - 14,548 / 17,079 - $806,876
    June 1, 2002: Oakland - The Arena in Oakland - 14,221 / 14,634 - $832,852
    June 2, 2002: San Jose - Compaq Center at San Jose - 14,889 / 16,492 - $843,912
    June 4-6, 2002: Los Angeles - Staples Center - 30,892 / 32,392 - $1,859,167
    June 5, 2002: San Diego - Cox Arena - 9,889 / 12,360 - $655,400
    June 10, 2002: Sacramento - ARCO Arena - 15,350 / 15,350 - $847,174
    June 12, 2002: Phoenix - America West Arena - 13,799 / 13,799 - $803,930
    June 14, 2002: Lubbock - United Spirit Arena - 14,256 / 14,256 - $741,972
    June 15, 2002: San Antonio - Alamodome - 15,769 / 17,111 - $806,616
    June 16, 2002: Houston - Compaq Center - 14,160 / 14,160 - $775,828
    June 20, 2002: Chicago - United Center - 16,653 / 16,653 - $956,615
    June 21, 2002: Indianapolis - Conseco Fieldhouse - 12,834 / 15,444 - $764,095
    June 22, 2002. St. Louis - Savvis Center - 13,111 / 13,111 - $822,184
    June 24, 2002: Auburn Hills - Palace of Auburn Hills - 14,644 / 14,644 - $858,249
    June 25, 2002: Hamilton - Copps Coliseum - 16,241 / 16,241 - $817,800
    June 26, 2002: Buffalo - HSBC Arena - 13,862 / 13,862 - $752,756
    June 28, 2002: Philadelphia - Wells Fargo Center - 14,692 / 14,692 - $911,189
    June 29, 2002: Boston - TD Garden - 15,396 / 15,396 - $907,274
    June 30, 2002: Worcester - Worcester's Centrum Centre - 9,458 / 10,492 - $571,639
    July 5, 2002: Atlantic City - Boardwalk Hall - 11,382 / 11,382 - $588,492
    July 6, 2002: East Rutherford - Izod Center - 16,474 / 16,474 - $870,288
    July 9, 2002: Uniondale - Nassau Coliseum - 14,784 / 14,784 - $853,326
    July 10, 2002: Washington, D.C. - Verizon Center - 11,309 / 11,309 - $697,175
    July 11, 2002: Charlotte - Charlotte Coliseum - 11,135 / 11,135 - $597,854
    July 13, 2002: Fort Lauderdale - National Car Rental Center - 11,421 / 11,421 - $753,593
    July 14, 2002 Orlando - TD Waterhouse Centre - 10,474 / 10,474 - $590,200
    July 18, 2002 Bossier City - CenturyTel Center - 12,232 / 12,232 - $749,181
    July 19, 2002 Oklahoma City Ford Center - 16,315 / 16,315 - $954,881
    July 20, 2002 North Little Rock - Alltel Arena - 13,218 / 13,218 - $718,214
    July 22, 2002 Dallas - American Airlines Center - 15,421 / 15,421 - $897,651
    July 27, 2002 Mexico City - Foro Sol - 51,261 / 51,261 - $2,155,292

    The tour grossed $53,158,122 from 67 North American shows, missing the Tokyo Dome date which was sold out in 30 minutes according to this.



    The "Dream Within A Dream Tour" was the 2nd highest grossing female tour of 2002, only behind Cher's "Farewell" tour. Most shows were sold out and she performed for some huge crowds.

    Total attendance: 957,076 (without the Tokyo Dome show, which was attended by over 55,000 people, so overall the tour was attended by over 1 million people).

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  • Instinct
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    ^ The Onyx Hotel Tour was on track to become her highest grossing show at that time, she managed to perform 54 out of the nearly 100 schedule dates. It was expected to end with a final gross of $65m - $70m.
    That would have been great. According to Billboard, she was supposed to visit Asia and Latin America, so I imagine it would have grossed even more than that.

    http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... itney-tour

    Spears, who is currently on a world tour to promote her latest album "In the Zone" (Jive) will perform five concerts in Shanghai and Beijing sometime next year, CNS said.
    http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... -tour-deal

    The MTV Presents Britney Spears Onyx Hotel Tour 2004 begins March 2 at the San Diego Sports Arena and will play more than 25 cities in North America before visiting Europe, Latin America, and Asia. MTV's sponsorship will include on-air, online, and on-stage components to support Spears as she tours in support of "In the Zone" (Jive).

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  • MrLeonix
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    ^ The Onyx Hotel Tour was on track to become her highest grossing show at that time, she managed to perform 54 out of the nearly 100 schedule dates. It was expected to end with a final gross of $65m - $70m.

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  • Instinct
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    "Shadow" has 886,096 plays on Spotify
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    I just came across several European boxscores for the "Onyx Hotel Tour" that weren't on Wiki or posted anywhere, so i thought I'd share (sources at the end of the post)

    North America

    March 2, 2004: San Diego - iPayOne Center - 11,578 / 14,391 - $666,015
    March 3, 2004: Glendale Glendale Arena - 13,143 / 13,718 - $786,473
    March 5, 2004: Fresno Save Mart Center - 12,710 / 13,000 - $760,384
    March 6, 2004: Las Vegas - MGM Grand Garden Arena - 13,297 / 13,297 - $1,075,105
    March 8, 2004: Los Angeles - Staples Center - 15,059 / 15,171 - $1,060,057
    March 9, 2004: Oakland - The Arena in Oakland - 11,659 / 11,659 - $823,963
    March 11, 2004: Portland - Rose Garden - 7,781 / 11,562 - $509,675
    March 12, 2004: Seattle - KeyArena - 10,107 / 11,085 - $650,208
    March 15, 2004: Denver - Pepsi Center - 11,439 / 15,700 - $639,682
    March 17, 2004: Omaha - Qwest Center Arena - 11,871 / 13,567 - $626,871
    March 18, 2004: Moline - The MARK of the Quad Cities - 8,697 / 10,463 - $516,694
    March 23, 2004: Atlanta - Philips Arena - 12,456 / 14,144 - $793,814
    March 24, 2004: Columbia - Colonial Center - 9,826 / 12,681 - $638,692
    March 25, 2004: Jacksonville - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena - 11,227 / 11,227 - $704,961
    March 28, 2004: Miami - American Airlines Arena - 12,880 / 12,880 - $826,543
    March 29, 2004: Orlando - TD Waterhouse Centre - 10,189 / 10,189 - $658,295
    March 31, 2004: Philadelphia - Wachovia Center - 15,400 / 15,400 - $1,002,316
    April 3, 2004: Toronto, Canada - Air Canada Centre - 15,469 / 16,143 - $993,010
    April 4, 2004: Montreal - Bell Centre - 12,942 / 12,942 - $857,003
    April 6, 2004: Manchester - Verizon Wireless Arena - 9,141 / 9,270 - $602,643
    April 8, 2004: Providence - Dunkin' Donuts Center - 10,628 / 10,762 - $668,506
    April 9, 2004: Trenton - Sovereign Bank Arena - 7,411 / 7,411 - $528,784
    April 10, 2004: East Rutherford - Continental Airlines Arena - 17,000 / 17,219 - $959,306
    April 13, 2004: Rosemont - Allstate Arena - 13,383 / 14,882 - $866,678
    April 14, 2004: Auburn Hills - The Palace of Auburn Hills - 13,059 / 13,998 - $730,045

    Europe

    April 26-27-May 3-4, 2004: London, England - Wembley Arena - 41,853 / 43,840 - $2,179,820
    April 29-30, 2004: Glasgow, Scotland - Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre - 17,617 / 18,202 - $898,390
    May 1, 2004: Manchester, England - Manchester Evening News Arena - 14,272 / 14,446 - $747,751
    May 5, 2004: Birmingham, England - National Indoor Arena - 12,404 / 12,432 - $643,581
    May 7, 2004: Rotterdam, Netherlands - Sportpaleis van Ahoy - 9,500 / 9,500 - $498,778
    May 9, 2004: Copenhagen, Denmark - Forum Copenhagen - 9,891 / 10,000 - $443,974
    May 10, 2004: Oslo, Norway - Oslo Spektrum - 7,974 / 8,000 - $491,138
    May 11, 2004: Stockholm, Sweden - Stockholm Globe Arena - 13,635 / 14,045 - $681,891
    May 14, 2004: Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle Frankfurt - 8,359 / 9,000 - $393,628
    May 15, 2004: Hamburg, Germany - Colorline Arena - 8,215 / 9,000 - $414,028
    May 18, 2004: Lyon, France - Halle Tony Gamier - 15,795 / 16,200 - $659,884
    May 19, 2004: Milan, Italy - FilaForum di Assago - 8,548 / 9,500 - $302,100
    May 22, 2004: Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle - 9,512 / 10,000 - $521,016
    May 23, 2004: Budapest, Hungary - Sporthalle - 11,649 / 12,000 - $659,538
    May 29, 2004: Ghent, Belgium - Flanders Expo - 12,515 / 12,515 - $577,982
    May 30, 2004: Paris, France - Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy - 16,448 / 16,500 - $803,558
    May 20, 2004: Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion - 13,000 / 13,000 - $586,174
    May 25, 2004: Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle - 8,832 / 9,500 - $456,443
    May 28, 2004: Oberhausen, Germany - König Pilsener Arena - 9,284 / 10,000 - $470,806
    June 1, 2004: Belfast, Northern Ireland - Odyssey Arena - 9,523 / 10,000 - $499,476
    June 2-3, 2004: Dublin, Ireland - The Point - 16,461 / 16,500 - $868,561
    June 6, 2004: Dublin, Ireland - RDS Arena - 25,367 / 27,500 - $1,352,383

    Unreported shows: Berlin

    Several shows were sold out, and a lot of them were 50-500 tickets short (Paris literally had 52 tickets available, and Dublin had 39). Aside from the infamous Portland date, every show did well and she performed at big arenas.

    The American leg grossed $18,945,723 while the European leg grossed $15,150,900 (missing Berlin show).

    Ticket sales:
    North America: 298,352/322,941
    Europe: 300,654/311,680 (missing Berlin show)

    The European leg was 96.5% sold out, and the North American leg was 92% sold out. According to Billboard, the "Onyx Hotel Tour" grossed $34 million and ended up was the 17th highest grossing tour of the year despite half of the shows being cancelled due to her knee injury. It was the 4th highest grossing female tour of the year.

    Some people say that the "Onyx Hotel Tour" underperformed, but I think it did really well considering it was her first adult show. I also came across this article from Billboard Magazine and I thought it was a good read:



    Source 1
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    I'm gonna try to find boxscores for all her tours.

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by britboyphil
    it was the first song i looked for in the image.
    Its the least streamed song on "In the zone" out of the main album tracks. So you didn't miss much anyway.

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