How much has her tour grossed so far, by the way?
Billboard has reported 16 dates. Total of those 16
137,194 / 184,935 (74.18%)
Average Ticket Price: $74.90
Average Gross: $642,252
Average Attendance: 8,574
Additionally, two dates from Pollstar not reported from Billboard (yet) have been posted here;
San Diego - 8,004 / 9,636 - $620,967 (83%)
St. Louis - 6,894 / 7,440 - $436,425 (92%)
Some of the figures from Pollstar posted here weeks ago were different from the ones that Billboard has posted now... So, not sure if those two will be the same or different once Billboard reports them.
Anyway, adding those two to the 16 Billboard has reported:Total (18 dates):
152,092 / 202,011 (75.28%)
Average Ticket Price: $74.51
Average Gross: $629,635
Average Attendance: 8,449
lovedeluxe wrote:Considering the lack of promo and how unreliable the last few years of touring has been, not that bad at all.
I'm sorry... I'm a big Janet fan, but some of these boxscores are not bad... they're terrible:
Fresno 60% sold out
San Antonio 50% sold out
Austin 47% sold out
Tulsa 38.7% sold out
Not to mention... Albuquerque show.
$478,130 12,295 / 15,003
478k with 12k people? Average ticket Price there is $38.88.
Prices for that show, according to Billboard Boxscore went fro, $135.95 to $35.95.
I don't know what the hell happened there... Either there's something wrong with those figures, or maybe there was lots of free tickets to fill the arena, thus the good attendance but very low boxscore, or there was a big 2x1 ticket promotion or something like that...
I know she hasn't promoted this, and that she has not released an album recently. But someone like her cannot have a show with only 38% of the tickets sold out. It's a shame.
Her team or the tour promoter are obviosly not doing their job right. You cannot book 12k people arenas in every city. There's not such demand. They should have studied the situation before booking those venues. Book theatres or halls for 5k people or even do two or three nights in venues with a 2k people capacity. And, if they see a show is going to flop big time, they can always change the venue.
They're obviosuly losing money with those shows...