Las Vegas Residencies (updated 04/11/2018)

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Postby Wayne » Sat Nov 24, 2018 1:19 pm

Taken from our Mini Engagements Database, I think Gaga's numbers will be similar to Bruno's:

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Bruno averaged over 5k per date for his mini-run, with an average gross of $1.1 million.
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Postby nympho » Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:22 pm


Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas Residency Out-Selling Celine Dion, Britney Spears

november 28, 2018 by kelly byrnes, posted in concerts, data, music

As she gears up for her first-ever residency show, Lady Gaga appears poised to become one of Sin City’s biggest acts. Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency show, Enigma, is currently one of the hottest-selling shows on the Strip – even out-selling top headliner Celine Dion.

Extensive sales data collected from our system found that the entirety of Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency has already grossed higher in the secondary market than all upcoming shows from fellow pop superstars and Vegas headliners Celine Dion and Britney Spears. Early sales for Enigma have topped overall sales for the remaining shows in Dion’s long-running residency at Caesars Palace, which will fold in June after eight years. It is also overpowering Britney Spears’ return to Vegas, pulling in more sales for a single performance than all scheduled shows of Spears’ Domination residency.

Gaga will take over the Park Theater at Park MGM beginning December 28 with Enigma. However, in true Lady Gaga fashion, fans will be treated to two different productions, as Mother Monster revealed she will also give special Jazz & Piano performances that showcase a different sound and atmosphere than Enigma. A total of 28 performance dates have been announced so far within the first year of her two-year contract with the resort.

A major factor contributing to Gaga’s strong sales performance are rather high ticket prices. Average tickets for the first leg of shows, which runs December 28-31, are a staggering $535 apiece. After the initial debut, ticket prices dip slightly, but remain at an average of $388 for Gaga’s performances in 2019. Spears’ new residency is selling tickets for $200 less than Enigma, while Dion and Gwen Stefani’s residencies – both ending next year – pulled similar averages of $277 and $248 per ticket, respectively.

Mariah Carey’s The Butterfly Returns residency at Caesars Palace came in the lowest of the top female headliners at roughly $160 per ticket – perhaps attributed to the fact that she is also launching a world tour next year, resulting in a lower demand to catch a Vegas performance.

Much of the early hype around Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency stems from her starring role opposite Bradley Cooper in his remake of A Star Is Born, for which she is garnering Oscar buzz and earned yet another No. 1 album for her work on the soundtrack. Enigma sales skyrocketed following the film’s premiere at the Venice Film Festival in August and continued to pick up steam after its theatrical release last month. In fact, 70 percent of all Ticket Club sales for the residency came after A Star Is Born‘s premiere.

A Star Is Born sales impact on Lady Gaga's Las Vegas Residency

Fans have long waited for the day that Mother Monster would become a Vegas headliner given her head-turning theatrics that make her live performances unforgettable. When the official announcement was made last year, it seemed to be the perfect marriage between performer and atmosphere.

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Postby Wayne » Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:38 pm

Is that just referring to the resale average ticket price?
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Postby Wayne » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:09 pm

In addition to the Backstreet Boys boxscores posted on the previous page, taken from the same boxscore chart:

5 Diana Ross Encore Theater at Wynn Hotel Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 31-Nov. 17, 2018 $1,662,777 11,293 / 12,295 9 / 6 $300, $195, $150, $99.50, $59.50 AEG/Wynn Las Vegas
28 Donny & Marie The Showroom at The Flamingo Las Vegas, Nev. Nov. 6-10, 2018 $293,043 3,143 / 3,636 5 / 0 $283, $136, $119, $104, $54 Caesars Entertainment
29 Donny & Marie The Showroom at The Flamingo Las Vegas, Nev. Nov. 13-17, 2018 $288,433 2,960 / 3,624 5 / 0 $283, $136, $119, $104, $54 Caesars Entertainment
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Postby Instinct » Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:42 am

First boxscores for "The Butterfly Returns"

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For some reason they didn't report the first show of the second leg (August 31) & the first leg remains unreported.

Average Per Show: $342,677
Average Attendance: 2,549
Average Ticket Price: $134
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Postby Wayne » Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:07 am

Hmm, they are pretty poor numbers.
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Postby StephenN17 » Sat Dec 08, 2018 10:16 am

Regarding Cher's missing numbers, they were reported to Billboard in 3 separate grosses but didn't feature in the top 50 chart as the grosses separately weren't high enough to feature. Surely Billboard could have either combined them or had them in another weeks chart seeing as the lowest figure is $6907 on this weeks chart. I don't know if anyone has access to Pollstar as they might have the figures as I can't get through to Billboard releasing the figures.
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Postby alfiebot » Sat Dec 08, 2018 10:19 am

Wayne should have Pollstar account/access as he already posted info for Cher's previous tours ;)
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Postby nympho » Mon Dec 10, 2018 3:57 pm

5 new "Jazz & Piano" shows added to Lady Gaga's Las Vegas Residency.

Total shows announced so far: 32 (23 Enigma shows, 9 Jazz & Piano)

New dates:

June 15th
October 20th
October 26th
November 3rd
November 9th

Tickets on sale this Friday.
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Postby alfiebot » Mon Dec 10, 2018 10:01 pm

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The 9 May 2018 dates were finally reported to Pollstar (thanks to instinct)!
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Postby StephenN17 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:41 pm

New grosses for Cher, her highest grosses in Vegas so far for this residency!

Cher
The Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Las Vegas
Oct. 31, Nov. 2-3, 7, 9-10, 14, 16-17, 2018
$5,865,438
39,862 / 45,270
9 / 0
$395, $60
AEG/MGM
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Postby Wayne » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:51 pm

US Billboard Charts (08/12/2018)

No dates to report.

US Billboard Charts (15/12/2018)

No dates to report.

US Billboard Charts (22/12/2018)

No dates to report.

US Billboard Charts (29/12/2018)

Just Cher, as reported above.
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Postby ViviLittleM » Wed Dec 26, 2018 5:45 pm

Gaga's starting in two days. Ready for insane boxscores.
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Postby alfiebot » Thu Dec 27, 2018 3:22 am

So far, 'Classic Cher' grossed $31,947,484 in Las Vegas. Together with the Colosseum 'Cher' residency, it brings her total to $129,368,782.
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Postby bm08 » Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:04 pm

BILLBOARD: Top 10 Highest Grossing Las Vegas Residencies Of All Time: Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Elton John and More

As Lady Gaga's 'Enigma' residency launches, Billboard looks back at the top-grossing Sin City residencies.
Musicians have been setting up shop in Las Vegas for extended concert engagements for decades, stretching back to Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack to Elvis Presley in the 1950s and '60s.

The modern Vegas residency continues today in full swing, with current ongoing productions by Celine Dion, Backstreet Boys, Diana Ross, and George Strait. On Dec. 28, Lady Gaga will premier Enigma at the Park Theater at the Park MGM resort, while Aerosmith and Britney Spears will also launch new shows in 2019 at the Park Theater.

On the eve of Mother Monster’s Vegas debut, we’re looking back on the highest grossing residencies in the history of Billboard Boxscore (which dates back to 1990). The full list, below, represents the top grossing Las Vegas residencies, excluding any shows that are part of a touring production. The data is according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

Celine Dion tops the list and is her own runner-up as the queen of Sin City. Combined, her two residencies, both at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, have grossed a colossal $630.6 million and sold 4,335,032 tickets across 1,089 shows. The Celine residency continues with more than 30 dates scheduled in 2019, possibly tacking on another $20-30 million to her tally.

Elton John also appears twice in the top five, at No. 3 with The Red Piano and at No. 5 with The Million Dollar Piano, both at The Colosseum. His combined gross of $297.6 million easily makes him the second-biggest earner in Las Vegas.

With more shows on the books for Cher's Classic Cher production at the Park Theater, could the multi-generational diva become the third act to add a second title to the top 10? Her simply titled Cher show sits at No. 7. Or, could Britney Spears' Domination (set to debut on Feb. 13, 2019) join Piece of Me (No. 4) in the top 10? And, as the Oscar buzz around A Star Is Born hits a fever pitch, will Lady Gaga conquer Las Vegas in her newest artistic rebirth as Enigma?

Outside the top 10 are some staples of the strip. Mariah Carey descended upon Sin City with the Number 1 to Infinity residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, grossing $25.8 million from 2015-17. She recently launched The Butterfly Returns at The Colosseum, which has pulled in $3.6 million so far with more shows scheduled throughout 2019.

Shania Twain made her comeback to the stage with Shania: Still the One in 2012 at The Colosseum. Across three years and 105 shows, Twain grossed $43.6 million. Another legendary country residency was Together in Vegas, also at The Colosseum, combining the star power of Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn. They pulled in $25.4 million and sold 205,159 tickets between 2015 and 2018.

Donny & Marie Osmond have been consistently playing in Vegas over the last decade, racking up $31.3 million at The Showroom at Flamingo. While most major Las Vegas residencies play The Colosseum (4,000 seats), Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood (7,000) or Park Theater (5,200), Donny & Marie’s 332,961 tickets sold is an even more impressive figure when considering they’ve kept their shows intimate, playing to 750 fans each night.

Below are the 10 highest-grossing Las Vegas residencies, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

1. Celine Dion
A New Day… (2003 – 2007)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$385.1 million
2,814,577 tickets sold
714 shows

2. Celine Dion
Celine (2011 – present)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$245.5 million
1,520,455 tickets sold
375 shows

3. Elton John
The Red Piano (2004 – 2009)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$166.4 million
982,090 tickets sold
247 shows
***Top Residency by a Male Artist

4. Britney Spears
Piece of Me (2013 – 2017)
The Axis at Planet Hollywood
$137.7 million
916,184 tickets sold
248 shows

5. Elton John
The Million Dollar Piano (2011 – 2018)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$131.2 million
776,518 tickets sold
189 shows

6. Jennifer Lopez
All I Have (2016 – 2018)
Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood (formerly known as The Axis)
$101.9 million
487,303 tickets
120 shows
***Top Residency by a Latin Artist

7. Cher
Cher (2008 - 2011)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$97.4 million
697,765 tickets
192 shows

8. Bette Midler
The Showgirl Must Go On (2008 – 2010)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$71.8 million
537,817 tickets sold
170 shows

9. Rod Stewart
The Hits (2011 – 2018)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$57.4 million
441,794 tickets sold
117 shows

10. George Strait
Strait to Vegas (2016 – present)
T-Mobile Arena
$47.9 million
333,352 tickets sold
20 shows
***Top Residency by a Country Artist
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Postby nympho » Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:18 pm

Interesting.

Numbers are pretty similar to Wayne’s, except for the #10, George Strait, who was completely ignored in this thread... :lol:
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Postby Wayne » Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:23 pm

Their Rod numbers aren’t complete, Rod’s camp mustn’t have reported all of his dates.

Wouldn’t include George Strait either as he performed in an arena. :lol:
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Postby Wayne » Sat Dec 29, 2018 9:08 am

1. Celine Dion
A New Day… (2003 – 2007)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$385.1 million
2,814,577 tickets sold
714 shows

Two missing shows, mustn't have been reported - also, massive discrepancy between ticket sales. My numbers reflect the ticket sales as they were reported in weekly boxscore charts, so not sure why the cumulative number for Billboard is so off.

2. Celine Dion
Celine (2011 – present)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$245.5 million
1,520,455 tickets sold
375 shows

Same numbers as mine.

3. Elton John
The Red Piano (2004 – 2009)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$166.4 million
982,090 tickets sold
247 shows
***Top Residency by a Male Artist

Billboard are missing one show, and also the cumulative number for both attendance and gross is off from their weekly boxscore charts.

4. Britney Spears
Piece of Me (2013 – 2017)
The Axis at Planet Hollywood
$137.7 million
916,184 tickets sold
248 shows

Same numbers as me, aside from a minor difference in attendance of 10 tickets - again, Billboard's error and not mine.

5. Elton John
The Million Dollar Piano (2011 – 2018)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$131.2 million
776,518 tickets sold
189 shows

I've predicted two of the legs here, so possible that my numbers might be off - but I don't think by this much. Billboard have 189 shows reported, I have 208 shows in my database (18 - or 2 legs - estimated). Will revisit.

6. Jennifer Lopez
All I Have (2016 – 2018)
Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood (formerly known as The Axis)
$101.9 million
487,303 tickets
120 shows
***Top Residency by a Latin Artist

Billboard appear to have added $4.3 million arbitrarily to the final boxscore - the $101.9 million is incorrect, the show finished with $97,665,798. My attendance figure tallies precisely.

7. Cher
Cher (2008 - 2011)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$97.4 million
697,765 tickets
192 shows

Tallies precisely with my numbers.

8. Bette Midler
The Showgirl Must Go On (2008 – 2010)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$71.8 million
537,817 tickets sold
170 shows

My gross number is the same, but my attendance number is slightly higher and I have 1 more show in my database (which explains the higher attendance figure).

9. Rod Stewart
The Hits (2011 – 2018)
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
$57.4 million
441,794 tickets sold
117 shows

Trickier to track, as I have 3 estimated legs - but there appears to be a large discrepancy between show numbers - I have 152 shows in my database and Billboard have 117.

10. George Strait
Strait to Vegas (2016 – present)
T-Mobile Arena
$47.9 million
333,352 tickets sold
20 shows
***Top Residency by a Country Artist

Not including as an arena based show.
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Postby StephenN17 » Sat Dec 29, 2018 2:06 pm

Sometimes Billboard report a shows gross that they have received and then they may later receive a different gross but Billboard don't report the updated gross so that could be why some of the grosses are different.
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Postby Wayne » Sat Dec 29, 2018 4:30 pm

An update on Britney's show...

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Tickets available / Total Tickets / % tickets sold-out

13 Feb: 1,740 / 5,200 (67%)
14 Feb: 2,028 / 5,200 (61%)
16 Feb: 1,055 / 5,200 (80%)
17 Feb: 2,120 / 5,200 (59%)
20 Feb: 2,152 / 5,200 (59%)
22 Feb: 1,701 / 5,200 (67%)
23 Feb: 1,238 / 5,200 (76%)
27 Feb: 2,176 / 5,200 (58%)
1 Mar: 1,872 / 5,200 (64%)
2 Mar: 1,037 / 5,200 (80%)
8 May: 2,389 / 5,200 (54%)
10 May: 1,905 / 5,200 (63%)
11 May: 2,169 / 5,200 (58%)
15 May: 2,314 / 5,200 (55%)
17 May: 2,332 / 5,200 (55%)
18 May: 1,873 / 5,200 (64%)
22 May: 2,435 / 5,200 (53%)
24 May: 2,299 / 5,200 (56%)
25 May: 1,877 / 5,200 (64%)
26 May: 2,409 / 5,200 (54%)
24 Jul: 2,418 / 5,200 (49%)
26 Jul: 2,531 / 5,200 (48%)
27 Jul: 2,087 / 5,200 (56%)
31 Jul: 2,627 / 5,200 (46%)
2 Aug: 2,623 / 5,200 (49%)
3 Aug: 2,196 / 5,200 (58%)
7 Aug: 2,930 / 5,200 (44%)
9 Aug: 2,818 / 5,200 (46%)
10 Aug: 2,361 / 5,200 (55%)
14 Aug: 2,778 / 5,200 (47%)
16 Aug: 2,699 / 5,200 (48%)
17 Aug: 2,556 / 5,200 (51%)

Tickets available / Total Tickets
67,662 /166,400 (59% sold out)

Since the last update on Nov 4th, she's sold 9,503 more tickets.

The above obviously makes an assumption that all 5,200 seats are on sale.
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Postby Wayne » Sat Dec 29, 2018 4:44 pm

Taken from the Gaga topic and thanks to nympho for collating...

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Tickets available / Total Tickets
28 DEC: - / 5,200 (100%)
30 DEC: - / 5,200 (100%)
31 DEC: - / 5,200 (100%)
17 JAN: - / 5,200 (100%)
19 JAN: 20 / 5,200 (99,6%)
20 JAN (J&P): 44 / 5,200 (99,2%)
24 JAN: 42 / 5,200 (99,2%)
26 JAN: 41 / 5,200 (99,2%)
31 JAN: 48 / 5,200 (99,1%)
2 FEB: 27 / 5,200 (99,5%)
3 FEB (J&P): 70 / 5,200 (98,7%)
30 MAY: 74 / 5,200 (98,4%)
1 JUN: 61 / 5,200 (98,8%)
2 JUN (J&P): 526 / 5,200 (89,9%)
6 JUN: 217 / 5,200 (96%)
8 JUN: 103 / 5,200 (98%)
9 JUN (J&P): 665 / 5,200 (87%)
12 JUN: 591 / 5,200 (88,6%)
14 JUN: 108 / 5,200 (98%)
15 JUN (J&P): 1,241 / 5,200 (76%) (New Date)
17 OCT: 995 / 5,200 (81%)
19 OCT: 241 / 5,200 (95%)
20 OCT (J&P): 2,010 / 5,200 (61,3%) (New Date)
23 OCT: 1,855 / 5,200 (64,3%)
25 OCT: 999 / 5,200 (81%)
26 OCT (J&P): 1,742 / 5,200 (66,5%) (New Date)
31 OCT: 1,440 / 5,200 (72,3%)
2 NOV: 579 / 5,200 (88,9%)
3 NOV (J&P): 2,218 / 5,200 (57,3%) (New Date)
6 NOV: 1,900 / 5,200 (63,5%)
8 NOV: 881 / 5,200 (83%)
9 NOV (J&P): 1,676 / 5,200 (67,8%) (New Date)

Total:
Tickets available / Total Tickets
20,414 / 166,400 (87,75% sold out)
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Postby matheusbelmont » Sat Dec 29, 2018 5:41 pm

Jlo's team probably upgraded the numbers on the final report.

And the $137.7 million from Piece of Me:

12/27/2013
12/31/2013
4 Show(s)
Britney Spears
The Axis Theater at Planet Hollywood
Las Vegas, NV
17,813 (100%)
54.00 - 495.00
$2,858,180
Caesars Entertainment
Billboard reported it with $2,470,021 gross. On Pollstar Piece of Me grossed $137,695,992 and sold 917,297 tickets in 248 shows.
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Postby matheusbelmont » Sat Dec 29, 2018 5:58 pm

I think that Park Theater didn't released 5,200 tickets for Gaga or Britney. Bruno Mars average attendance barely passes the 5,000 people per show with his GA entirely used and no catwalk.

Britney have two sections blocked and her catwalk in V format will take a good space and get less people than both on the floor.

Cher
The Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Las Vegas
Oct. 31, Nov. 2-3, 7, 9-10, 14, 16-17, 2018
$5,865,438
39,862 / 45,270
9 / 0
$395, $60
AEG/MGM
Maybe they will use this numbers of tickets available for her.

But let's see.
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Postby Wayne » Sat Dec 29, 2018 6:06 pm

I don't agree - Bruno's comfortably passed the 5k mark per show (with him averaging 5,132 tickets per show, across his 11 shows - moving as many as 5,252 per show in his first leg):

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Postby nympho » Sun Dec 30, 2018 7:58 am

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He’s right about the catwalk, though.

I don’t know how much space (people) Gaga’s catwalk will take for the full capacity of the standing area.

But I’ve seen some pictures of Bruno’s show and he had no catwalk so the general admission standing area was in full capacity.

We’ll see how many people a sold-out show means for Gaga with that catwalk when the first boxscores are released. (As they’re all sold out).

Regarding seats, all her seats were available. Limited view included.
Britney, on the other hand, had several dates with certain sections not available. Maybe they’ll put those seats on sale later if sales improve.

If we assume 5,000 max. capacity for Gaga because of the catwalk, (instead of 5,200) there would be 160,000 tickets available for 32 dates.
The % of sold out so far would be 87.25% instead of 87.75%.
Jazz & Piano shows, though, have no standing tickets, it’s all seats. So her full capacity figure is different depending on the show.

If we assume 4,900 max for Britney, as her V catwalk seems bigger, her % of sold out right now would be 56.85% instead of 59.34%. The % will be even lower if some of the dates have actually some sections not on sale... (A bit worrying, imo, as we’re only 46 days away from the opening night)
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