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Old 08-16-2017, 03:31 PM   #46
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well at least that twat Liam Gallagher is doing well...

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Old 08-17-2017, 08:01 AM   #47
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GROSS: $208,715,577

ATTENDANCE: 1,787,148

AVERAGE GROSS: $6,522,362

AVERAGE ATTENDANCE: 55,848

AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $116.79

SHOWS: 32

SELLOUTS: 32[/COLOR][/B]



I think this tour will make it to the $300 million mark.

I see this tour ending out at ~$340 million.
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Old 08-22-2017, 02:31 PM   #48
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wow. Metallica didn't sell out a single show on the first round of their dates on Billboard boxscore.
Kinda shocked they didn't sell out NY, Chicago, Boston or Philly. 15 thousand shy in Baltimore...
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Petco field looked pretty empty up in the stands. Ground level looked full.

I didn't go to it, even though I live five blocks away......but saw lots of FB pictures and news coverage.

Not sure how tickets are selling for the San Diego show. I've got mine, so I did my part
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wow. Metallica didn't sell out a single show on the first round of their dates on Billboard boxscore.
Kinda shocked they didn't sell out NY, Chicago, Boston or Philly. 15 thousand shy in Baltimore...
Well, it was their first North American stadium tour. Surprised how low Baltimore was in comparison to cities like San Antonio and Denver.
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Not bad!

September 3, 2017 - Detroit, MI - Ford Field
GROSS: $4,936,605
ATTENDANCE: 42,905
SHOWS: 1
SELLOUTS: 1
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $115.06

September 5, 2017 - Orchard Park, NY - New Era Field
GROSS: $4,269,245
ATTENDANCE: 41,106
SHOWS: 1
SELLOUTS: 1
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $103.86

September 8, 2017 - Minneapolis, MN - U.S. Bank Stadium
GROSS: $4,698,100
ATTENDANCE: 43,386
SHOWS: 1
SELLOUTS: 1
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $108.29

September 10, 2017 - Indianapolis, IN - Lucas Oil Stadium
GROSS: $5,970,055
ATTENDANCE: 51,731
SHOWS: 1
SELLOUTS: 1
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $115.41

THE JOSHUA TREE TOUR 2017: 1ST LEG - NORTH AMERICA

GROSS: $123,766,509
ATTENDANCE: 1,042,694
AVERAGE GROSS: $6,188,325
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE: 52,135
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $118.70
SHOWS: 20
SELLOUTS: 20


THE JOSHUA TREE TOUR 2017: 2ND LEG - EUROPE

GROSS: $84,949,068
ATTENDANCE: 744,454
AVERAGE GROSS: $7,079,089
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE: 62,038
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $114.11
SHOWS: 12
SELLOUTS: 12


THE JOSHUA TREE TOUR 2017: 3RD LEG - NORTH AMERICA (IN PROGRESS)

GROSS: $19,874,005
ATTENDANCE: 179,128
AVERAGE GROSS: $4,968,501
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE: 44,782
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $110.95
SHOWS: 4
SELLOUTS: 4


THE JOSHUA TREE TOUR 2017: TOTAL STATS (IN PROGRESS)

GROSS: $228,589,582
ATTENDANCE: 1,966,276
AVERAGE GROSS: $6,349,711
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE: 54,619
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE: $116.26
SHOWS: 36
SELLOUTS: 36
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Nice work Indianapolis!
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So of these new ones, I'd say Indianapolis exceeded everyone's expectations by quite a bit. I was there, and there were a lot of people, but there were some empties in the upper level on the sides.

Detroit is actually pretty much in line with other concerts at Ford Field. U2 had almost 43,000, which is what a lot of other shows there have had.

Minneapolis seems to be a bit low. U2 had 43,386. Metallica had 48,000, Luke Bryan had 47,000. But on TM, it didn't seem like U2 had many tickets available for this show... it looked like it was pretty much sold out. Maybe just different stage configurations, etc.

Buffalo had 41,106. 2 years ago, the Rolling Stones had 49,000+ in the same stadium. But if you look at videos, the crowd looks pretty well full. Even still, a good showing for U2 in Buffalo on a Tuesday night.
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Impressive stuff for Indy. Was at the show and the GA seemed really damn packed when I ran to the bathroom before they went on. Glad to see it was so well attended.
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Impressive stuff for Indy. Was at the show and the GA seemed really damn packed when I ran to the bathroom before they went on. Glad to see it was so well attended.


Yeah that floor definitely looked packed solid. I was glad to not be down there for a change. It's interesting that Indy had such a big crowd, considering its close proximity to Louisville, St.Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland. I guess that's what happens when you don't come around for 16 years! Although I recall they wanted to play Indianapolis on the Vertigo Tour on September 26th 2005, but that fell through for some reason.
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Minneapolis seems to be a bit low. U2 had 43,386. Metallica had 48,000, Luke Bryan had 47,000. But on TM, it didn't seem like U2 had many tickets available for this show... it looked like it was pretty much sold out. Maybe just different stage configurations, etc.
Seems low to me too. But then, it's TM. For New Orleans there are blocks of seats appearing that haven't been available up until the past couple of days.

Undoubtedly that's what happened for Minneapolis, there were blocks available that were never sold, giving the impression that the venue was practically sold out (looking at the TM site anyway).

Seen it all before.
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U2, Beck Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Mo. Sept. 12, 2017
GROSS: $4,200,160
ATTENDANCE: 39,593 / 39,593
SELLOUTS: 1 / 1
TICKET PRICE: $290, $35
Live Nation Global Touring

U2, Beck Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, La. Sept. 14, 2017
GROSS: $3,873,405
ATTENDANCE: 34,536 / 34,536
SELLOUTS: 1 / 1
TICKET PRICE: $290, $35
Live Nation Global Touring

U2, Beck University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Ariz. Sept. 19, 2017
GROSS: $4,169,215
ATTENDANCE: 42,814 / 42,814
SELLOUTS: 1 / 1
TICKET PRICE: $290, $35
Live Nation Global Touring

U2, Beck Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, Calif. Sept. 22, 2017
GROSS: $6,469,130
ATTENDANCE: 54,221 / 54,221
SELLOUTS: 1 / 1
TICKET PRICE: $290, $35
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Good for San Diego, not bad for KC and Phoenix, and New Orleans... well... it's a lot better than Popmart!
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I was wondering when we were gonna see a show with less than 40,000 tickets sold. Great numbers for San Diego.
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Didn't everybody here think Phoenix was going to struggle to pass 35k? Definitely surprised to see it at 42k. Thought Kansas City would crack 40k...
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