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  • nympho
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  • nympho
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    No tickets available now for tonight show in Chicago.

    https://mlb.tickets.com/?orgID=22315...yVoucher=false

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Chicago is pretty much sold out, Boston is sold out, Arlington & Atlanta, basically it's the cheapest tickets that are left so they'll be gone, the interactive maps for Hershey, San Franciso and Los Angeles look AMAZING. Basically almost sold out. Houston is the real problem of this tour but it'll be fine at the end. Miami is slowly but surely looking good!

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  • nympho
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    Some more limited view seats were added yesterday. Only 166 left right now on Ticketmaster.

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post

    I think they'll probably release the whole tour boxscore at once when it ends...
    Probably unlikely.

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  • nympho
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    Originally posted by ViviLittleM View Post
    they need to hurry up with the European boxscores!
    I think they'll probably release the whole tour boxscore at once when it ends...

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  • ViviLittleM
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    they need to hurry up with the European boxscores!

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  • spiritboy
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    My friends attended the show last night, will have review when they wake up.

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  • nympho
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    Washington DC last night.








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  • spiritboy
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post

    It was planned like that since tickets went on sale looooong time ago. Long before monkey pox.
    I think it’s usually like that in US
    It's always like that in US afaik.

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  • Fan
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    Give us the Rain On Me 2022 remix featuring Nelly, Avril and Fefe please!

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  • nympho
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    Originally posted by MrDiva View Post
    maybe its because of monkey pox
    It was planned like that since tickets went on sale looooong time ago. Long before monkey pox.
    I think it’s usually like that in US

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  • MrDiva
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    maybe its because of monkey pox

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post


    The show in Toronto tonight is the 1st one with seats on the pit instead of everybody standing. Just a small section for Golden Circle tickets is standing (if only London show's Golden Circle had been this small... there were like 5k people on GC... I would have seen her so much better... )

    I think many other shows in US are gonna be this way too... It somehow kills the vibe and the amazing energy of people jumping and having a party, imo.
    yea i would like some explanations on why every US tours have seats everywhere

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  • nympho
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    The show in Toronto tonight is the 1st one with seats on the pit instead of everybody standing. Just a small section for Golden Circle tickets is standing (if only London show's Golden Circle had been this small... there were like 5k people on GC... I would have seen her so much better... )

    I think many other shows in US are gonna be this way too... It somehow kills the vibe and the amazing energy of people jumping and having a party, imo.

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  • ViviLittleM
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    13 Guns N' Roses, Billy Talent Rogers Centre Toronto, Ontario July 16, 2016 $5,370,460 48,016 / 48,016 1 / 1 $195.72, $40.46 Live Nation

    Interesting.

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Look at those boxscores for Def Leppard & Motley Crue Stadium Tour this year, it would be
    interesting to compare their prices
    Hersheypark Stadium Def Leppard 29,577 / 29,577 $4,009,063
    Washington, D.C. Nationals Park Mötley Crüe 29,618 / 35,572 $3,377,638
    Cumberland United States Truist Park Def Leppard 38,008 / 38,008 $5,053,986
    Chicago Wrigley Field Def Leppard 37,657 / 37,657 $5,831,869

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post
    No tickets available for tonight's show in Toronto at the moment on Ticketmaster. (Just some re-sale tickets).



    Another official sold out for the 1st concert of the North American Leg.
    The interactive maps for MetLife Stadium, San Francisco, Los Angeles are looking mega great. The boxscores will be really interesting.
    of course Boston and Chicago are also sure things to be sold out.
    Most of the other shows only have tickets with the cheapest prices available so they’ll for sure go very fast soon.

    MetLife should gross more than 7M. Hopefully LA and San Francisco will be near 5.5/6M.

    most of other shows should be at 5M but not the recently added like Hershey (small venue) and Houston (you know what) will gross less as the prices are way cheaper than the others.

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  • nympho
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    No tickets available for tonight's show in Toronto at the moment on Ticketmaster. (Just some re-sale tickets).



    Another official sold out for the 1st concert of the North American Leg.

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Coldplay’s boxscores for SDF with much cheaper prices
    Stade de France, Paris: 318,331 (100%) - $27,383,751 (4 shows)

    7.8M for us?

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  • nympho
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    ^
    Gaga’s tickets in other cities were a bit cheaper than in Paris, though.
    That’s why I said the average of the whole European leg.
    Hopefully I’m wrong and the average ticket price is higher and even above $100.

    I just realized there were 6 shows in Europe, not 7…
    So, for the European leg to gross 28M the average per show would need to be $4.78M… not $4M as I posted. Which seems a bit high for me.
    $27M with a 4.5M average would be amazing.

    Regarding attendance. I think it’ll be something like:

    Dusseldorf: 54,000
    Stockholm: 36,000
    Paris: 76,000
    Arnhem: 31,000???
    London (x2): 91,000
    =
    48k average

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Coldplay prices at SDF

    Carré Or : 139€
    Catégorie 1 : 111,50€
    Catégorie 2 : 89,50€
    Catégorie 3 : 67,50€

    Catégorie 4 : 56,50€
    Catégorie 5 : 29€
    Pelouse : 78,50€

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  • ViviLittleM
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post
    Looking at these two 2022 stadium tours by two huge acts:





    I think we can expect the average ticket price to be below $100. Something in the range of $85-$90, I guess.

    So I'm expecting around $28M gross for the European leg, with an average of $4M per show.
    Those will be really good numbers and on point with other big Stadiums tours this year.
    I'm sure, though, whatever the numbers for a sold out stadium tour, some people will try to make them look weak anyway, so...
    Ed Sheeran's tickets are cheap
    He has a 360 degrees stage, but look at the prices for Stade de France for example:

    Catégorie 1 : 89,50€
    Catégorie 2 : 62€
    Catégorie 3 : 49€
    Pelouse : 67,50€

    Gaga:

    Carré or : 178,60€
    Catégorie 1 : 140,10€
    Catégorie 2 : 101,60€
    Catégorie 3 : 90,60€
    Golden Circle : 178,60€
    Pelouse Or : 101,60€
    Pelouse : 68,60€

    + catégorie 4 (behind the stage tickets)

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