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  • #26
    Originally posted by john2000 View Post
    it looks like the arena will sell out quickly as well. they should play a bigger venue or a 2nd stadium show
    it seems they underestimated their pull, they could totally open a second stadium date instead of an arena gig

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    • #27
      Second date sold out

      Tickets flew within an hour

      I didn't even had a chance to buy them

      Wrong idea the arena show

      https://www.futuro.cl/2019/04/iron-m...s-de-una-hora/
      But that's the way I like it baby I don't want to live forever
      and don't forget the joker

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      • #28
        Second date sold out within an hour

        75 k tickets sold in both shows

        https://www.futuro.cl/2019/04/iron-m...s-de-una-hora/
        But that's the way I like it baby I don't want to live forever
        and don't forget the joker

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        • #29
          ^Wow ! was expecting it to sell out within a day or two but not one hour!

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          • #30
            top concert in Chile :

            Madonna (Sticky & Sweet Tour 2008) : 146,242 tickets and $11,385,499 gross
            Roger Waters (The Wall Live 2012) : 93,926 tickets and $9,297,778 gross
            One Direction (Where We Are Tour 2014) : 87,324 tickets and $7,688,500 gross
            Iron Maiden (somewhere back in time tour 08/09) : 78,321 tickets and $2,948,604 gross

            The first 3 played 2 nights at the stadium
            I am sure the band will move that arena date to the stadium

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            • #31
              Iron Maiden - Barclays Center - Brooklyn
              July 26-27, 2019
              24,151 / 24,151
              $2,528,980 == > biggest gross ever in north america for Iron Maiden but I think los angeles will do better than that

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              • #32
                BB boxscores

                49 Iron Maiden, The Raven Age Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pa. July 30, 2019 $1,142,723 11,975 /
                11,975 1 / 1 $129.50, $49.50 Live Nation

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                • #33
                  Iron Maiden Centre Videotron Quebec City, Quebec Aug. 7, 2019 $988,584 12,860 / 13,993 1 / 0 $94.48, $29.85 evenko/Live Nation
                  Iron Maiden Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec Aug. 5, 2019 $954,174 14,552 / 15,329 1 / 0 $94.63, $34.07 evenko/Live Nation

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                  • #34
                    Great news

                    thanks for the update
                    But that's the way I like it baby I don't want to live forever
                    and don't forget the joker

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                    • #35
                      New boxscores:

                      Budweiser Stage, Toronto: 26,448 / 26,448 (100%) - $1,553,524 (2 shows)
                      Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul: 12,189 / 12,864 (94%) - $1,178,631
                      Rogers Arena, Vancouver: 12,349 / 12,349 (100%) - $934,972
                      Rogers Place, Edmonton: 11,642 / 12,367 (94%) - $905,413
                      Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary: 11,600 / 11,600 - $898,333
                      KeyBank Center, Buffalo: 11,371 / 11,371 (100%) - $885,907
                      Golden 1 Center, Sacramento: 9,723 / 10,290 (94%) - $877,123
                      Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Tinley Park: 14,662 / 16,000 (91%) - $866,858
                      Bridgestone Arena, Nashville: 8,064 / 10,200 (79%) - $785,618
                      Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati: 14,954 / 16,000 - $742,372
                      Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg: 9,362 / 10,487 (89%) - $689,783
                      Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, Noblesville: 12,708 / 13,000 (98%) - $590,730

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                      • #36
                        Thank you. Good numbers but not as strong as previous tour
                        Last edited by john2000; Sun September 15th, 2019, 19:37.

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                        • #37
                          Originally posted by john2000 View Post
                          Thank you. Good numbers but not as strong as previous tour
                          They have more dates than the previous tour and the combined turnouts of the dates in the same market are just insane

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                          • #38
                            insane maybe not but good definitely ;) I mean why after all this time, LA is the only market where they can play a stadium? NY and other areas are very far from that. Book of souls US tour had more $1m+ gross shows than this tour as well. and overall attendance / gross in North America will be less than book of souls. Maybe ticket price was too expensive in some markets.

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                            • #39
                              Originally posted by john2000 View Post
                              Book of souls US tour had more $1m+ gross shows than this tour as well. and overall attendance / gross in North America will be less than book of souls. Maybe ticket price was too expensive in some markets.
                              This is not correct. The 2017 leg of the The Book of Souls tour had an average attendance of 13,175 and combined with the 2016 leg, the average turnout pr show was 13,300 (38 markets in total). The average gross was USD 930 K. This tour visits 33 markets and will have an average turnout around 13,500 + and the average gross will be USD 1 mill +. Yes, some single shows had higher attendances on the 2017 leg - Bristow, Mansfield and Charlotte is the most prominent ones, but you need to take into account that these places were visited for the first time in five years at that point. The tickets for Legacy of the Beast were put on sale roughly one and a half year after they played the same venues.

                              Also: Boston was paired with Hartford, Charlotte had Atlanta as competition and Bristow were the opening night on a Saturday in 2017. Toronto this year is 26,500 as opposed to 15,600 in 2017. Brooklyn is 27,400 (Billboard boxscore is wrong) as opposed to 23,400 in 2017. Oakland was 2 k lower than in 2017 (gross more or less the same), but they had 10 k in Sacramento only an hour away.

                              Hartford and Boston combined is 27,500 etc. This time there were no Ghost as special guest either.

                              For this tour there is only 3 shows dipping slightly below 10 k, while in 2017 there were 5 shows around the 7 k mark.

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                              • #40
                                questions of point of view. US loves old songs, it is one of their last best of tour. with such set list and massive production, I would have expected more than that (same comment as for europe).

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                                • #41
                                  Originally posted by matheusbelmont View Post
                                  New boxscores:

                                  Budweiser Stage, Toronto: 26,448 / 26,448 (100%) - $1,553,524 (2 shows)
                                  Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul: 12,189 / 12,864 (94%) - $1,178,631
                                  Rogers Arena, Vancouver: 12,349 / 12,349 (100%) - $934,972
                                  Rogers Place, Edmonton: 11,642 / 12,367 (94%) - $905,413
                                  Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary: 11,600 / 11,600 - $898,333
                                  KeyBank Center, Buffalo: 11,371 / 11,371 (100%) - $885,907
                                  Golden 1 Center, Sacramento: 9,723 / 10,290 (94%) - $877,123
                                  Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Tinley Park: 14,662 / 16,000 (91%) - $866,858
                                  Bridgestone Arena, Nashville: 8,064 / 10,200 (79%) - $785,618
                                  Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati: 14,954 / 16,000 - $742,372
                                  Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg: 9,362 / 10,487 (89%) - $689,783
                                  Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, Noblesville: 12,708 / 13,000 (98%) - $590,730
                                  Where are these data from Billboard, Pollstar?

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                                  • #42
                                    Originally posted by Ralf View Post
                                    Where are these data from Billboard, Pollstar?
                                    What you expect is one thing, I'm just pointing out that the claim that the previous tour had better numbers is not correct.

                                    That being said, when it comes to stadiums in NA/CA I'm sure they could have done Rogers Center in Toronto if they laid off Montreal and Quebec. Combined attendance for the Eastern Canada was 54 k this year (29 k in 2017). Fenway Park in Boston is not out of the question either. The combined numbers for Texas this year looks like they will be at an all time high. It's all a matter of timing, package and presentation.

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                                    • #43
                                      I'm expecting really nothing but just want to know which source published all these figures initially. I suppose all of them are coming from Pollstar

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                                      • #44
                                        Originally posted by Ralf View Post
                                        I'm expecting really nothing but just want to know which source published all these figures initially. I suppose all of them are coming from Pollstar
                                        Pollstar.

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                                        • #45
                                          THX for your answer. Greetings!

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                                          • #46
                                            Originally posted by john2000 View Post
                                            insane maybe not but good definitely ;) I mean why after all this time, LA is the only market where they can play a stadium? NY and other areas are very far from that. Book of souls US tour had more $1m+ gross shows than this tour as well. and overall attendance / gross in North America will be less than book of souls. Maybe ticket price was too expensive in some markets.
                                            Because it's not the only market in which they can play stadiums. That was the market where they decided to play in a stadium this time.

                                            They can play stadiums in the NY area, in Atlanta, in Chicago, in Texas, Toronto and probably a lot others. This time they're not even touring with a proper support band as in 2017, and they have less promotion due to the fact they haven't a new album announced.

                                            As for the rest, Drifter already answered to you. This tour is doing a lot better than 2017, and that was their biggest tour. Let's just take at look at Brooklyn: in 2017 they had ca 23k with Ghost and being those two the last dates ever for the TBOS tour. This time they had 27k, without Ghost, without the same promotion and with the dates being in the middle of the tour. They beat their 1984 record.

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                                            • #47
                                              Why guys are not trusting billboard? Does not make any sense. They are official numbers. Anyway i disagree with your interpretation of numbers
                                              Last edited by john2000; Thu September 19th, 2019, 21:42.

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                                              • #48
                                                Because it's almost never accurate as Pollstar. Random capacities, for example. Just look at the o2 Arena shows in 2018, they sold out months in advance with the biggest capacity they could have and it's not marked as sold out. This is just one example. Brooklyn 2019 could be another one.

                                                How can you disagree with our number's interpretations? They are simply pulling bigger crowds in a lot of markets, with over the sky grosses.

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                                                • #49
                                                  Originally posted by john2000 View Post
                                                  Why guys are not trusting billboard? Does not make any sense. They are official numbers. Anyway i disagree with your interpretation of numbers
                                                  The Pollstar boxscore for the Brooklyn shows are very different from the Billboard boxscores. One of them are wrong at least. If you isolate some of the shows on this tour and compare them to the 2017 shows some are better, some are worse. But, hypothetically: If they played two shows within a radius of 200 km in 2017 and pulled 15 k at each show, whilst they in 2019 play 4 shows within the same are and pull 12 k pr show. Would you say that the 2017 way was more successful? If so I strongly disagree.

                                                  For example: Playing Quebec and Montreal will obviously affect each other. The same goes for Calgary and Edmonton.

                                                  Western Canada 2016 (TBOS): 25,650 / Gross: USD 1,651,897 (0 shows in 2017)

                                                  Western Canada 2019 (LOTB): 44,593 / Gross: USD 3,428,501

                                                  Eastern Canada 2017 (TBOS): 29,351 / Gross: USD 1,607,220

                                                  Eastern Canada 2019 (LOTB): 53,860 / Gross: USD 3,496,283

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                                                  • #50
                                                    That's right Drifter, even in the case of my origin country (Poland) I've noticed Billboard's figure was 30k and a little over a hundred tickets sold. Not right, in fact there were over 36k tickets sold (source Live Nation Poland). Many time before they shared just random datas. I don't trust them a lot.
                                                    Last edited by Ralf; Fri September 20th, 2019, 15:33. Reason: lit

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