Showing posts with label Tour Statistics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tour Statistics. Show all posts

Friday, January 27, 2017

Updated Tour Stats - Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold Tour

Nine shows reporting so far to Billboard Boxscore.

New to the list - The Forum in Los Angeles - Dec 18th

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders 
Toyota Center - Houston, Texas - Oct. 29, 2016
Gross: $970,641
Attendance / Available Seats: 8,440 / 9,306

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
American Airlines Center - Dallas, Texas - Oct. 30, 2016
Gross: $930,988
Attendance / Available Seats: 9,409 / 10,299

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders 
Amalie Arena - Tampa, Fla. - Nov. 2, 2016
Gross: $823,927
Attendance: 7,930 / 9,379

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
Verizon Center - Washington, D.C. - Nov 14, 2016
Gross: 836,038
Attendance / Available Seats: 7,678 / 11,872

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, TN - Nov 17, 2016
Gross: $939,129
Attendance / Available Seats: 12,300 (12,300)

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, Mich. - Nov 23, 2016
Gross: 772,272
Attendance / Available Seats: 7,863 / 9,982

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
Mohegan Sun Arena - Uncasville, Conn - Nov 25, 2016
Gross: 627,559
Attendance / Available Seats: 7,431 / 7,431

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
Madison Square Garden - New York, N.Y. - Dec. 1, 2016
Gross: $1,575,376
Attendance / Available Seats: 15,167 / 15,167

Stevie Nicks, The Pretenders
The Forum - Inglewood, Calif. - Dec. 18, 2016
Gross: $1,379,531
Attendance / Available Seats: 14,210 / 14,210

Friday, February 20, 2015

Tour Stats Update: Fleetwood Mac On With The Show Tour

Published Tour Stats

Fleetwood Mac leads the slate of touring artists in the weekly tally of Hot Tours (see list, below) based on box office revenue from its On With the Show tour that launched in September, 2014. During the latest tracking period, three arenas reported $3.8 million in ticket sales from the veteran rock band's winter trek through markets in the U.S. and Canada.

A Jan. 20 sellout at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich. produced the top gross among the three venues with $1.4 million in revenue from 10,204 sold seats. The number of tickets sold was 172 more than that in Montreal two weeks later at the Bell Centre on Feb. 5, generating sales just over $1 million. Finally, with ticket prices ranging from $125 to $195, the group's Feb. 7 concert at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. produced a $1.3 million take from 7,542 sold tickets.

The On With the Show tour will continue its North American schedule of more than 80 concerts through April 14, wrapping in the Los Angeles market at the Forum in Inglewood. A six-week European trek will follow beginning with a two-night stand at London's O2 Arena on May 27.

Full article at Billboard

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Fleetwood Mac are raking in the dough!

With only 6 shows reported so far to Billboard's Boxscore it's clear that the On With The Show Tour will be massive when all is said and done in terms of overall gross ticket sales and attendance. Fleetwood Mac will surely land in the top 10 grossing tours of the latter half of 2014. 

If you calculate the 29 shows they've performed so far by the average gross they've been achieving so far, except bringing it down to 1.6 million average per show to factor in the smaller grosses in the smaller cities they've been to, this puts the tour at between 40-50 million so far. The full 40 dates in 2014 at the same average gives you about 65 million.  Huge numbers!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Music's Top 40 Money Makers 2014: The Rich List Fleetwood Mac No.10

Fleetwood Mac
2013 Earnings: $19,123,101.98

As befits this classic rock mainstay, the bulk of Fleetwood Mac’s earnings came from its 2013 world tour, which covered 34 cities and take-home pay of $17.4 million. The trek’s high point included three nights at London’s O2 Arena. There, Christine McVie, 70, joined the band for the final two shows to perform “Don’t Stop” — a prelude to her coming back full-time for 2014’s Reunion Tour (that trek was potentially sidetracked due to the recent cancer diagnosis of John McVie, 68). The band also released its first new studio material in a decade, "Extended Play." It reached No. 48 on the Billboard 200.

Continue to Billboard for the Top 40 Money Makers 2014

Fleetwood Mac and the Rolling Stones earn more than 
One Direction in the US
The two 70s bands break into the top ten for US earnings in 2013

Continue to The Telegraph

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Fleetwood Mac top this weeks @billboard Current Boxscore for Oct 1st Manchester, UK show

Fleetwood Mac's one night stand October 1, 2013 in Manchester, UK sits atop this week's Current Boxscore Top 130 listing of the top grossing shows reported to Billboard with gross ticket sales in excess of just over $2 million dollars. This puts Manchester in the lead as the single highest grossing show of the 2013 world tour - based on tour stats reported to Boxscore and Billboard. The only other city to gross higher (based on reported numbers) was London at $6.4 million, but that was for 3 nights. 

Impressive number for one show!

Billboard Biz

Monday, January 13, 2014

Fleetwood Mac had the 7th highest grossing North American Tour of 2013 earning 67m from 47 shows

Pollstar have released their year end 2013 North American Tour Numbers and Fleetwood Mac as expected were one of the top grossing North American tours from 2013. With gross earnings in North America of just under 67 million derived from 47 shows in 46 cities, playing to 604,000 people, the band came in at No.7 on Pollstars Top 200 listing.

On the world-wide stage, they ranked 14th with total gross box office receipts totaling 94 million.  To view the complete Top 200 North American Tour Numbers and the Top 100 Worldwide Tour Numbers, head on over to Pollstar

Thursday, January 02, 2014

Fleetwood Mac Rank No.14 on Pollstar Year End Top 20 Worldwide Tours. Details here

Fleetwood Mac grossed nearly 100 million dollars performing 67 shows in 63 cities in 2013 landing them at No.14 on Pollstars Year End Top 20 Worldwide Tours tally.  Almost 900,000 fans from US/Canada, UK and Europe saw the band between April and December.  Pollstars full 2013 touring report will come available January 9th.

Just to compare to the last time the band toured I dug out the 2009 Year End Results from Pollstar - they ranked No.13 in the world for the Unleashed Tour grossing 84.9 million from 79 shows in 72 cities. What you have to look at is the increase in the Average Ticket Price and the Average Attendance per show for 2013 - both of which are way up, which increases your per show take.  The band did very well in 2013!

Saturday, December 14, 2013

The Top 25 Tours of 2013 - Fleetwood Mac No.17

Published Boxscore numbers with Billboard
I've compiled
Billboard have published their Top 25 Tours of 2013.  Fleetwood Mac came in at No.17 

Fleetwood Mac played 65 shows in 2013 (67 when you include the two upcoming Las Vegas shows), 47 in North America (49 when the Las Vegas shows are included) and 18 in Europe. The below numbers are based on 45 shows reported to Billboard Boxscore between November 14, 2012 and November 12, 2013.

Boxscore numbers solely depend on the consistency and accuracy of reports from promoters, venues, agents and managers.

Total Gross: $61,899,473
Total Attendance: 554,548
Total Capacity: 579,480
No. of Shows: 45
No. of Sellouts: 13.

Based on the numbers above:

Average Per Show Gross: $1,375,543.
Average Per Show Attendance: 12,323
Average Per Show Capacity: 12,877

Top 25 Tours - Billboard

Sunday, October 06, 2013

Over 47,000 Fans Saw Fleetwood Mac Live in London - 3 Shows Grossed Over 6.4 Million!

Tour Stats update for Fleetwood Mac adding the 3 London shows to the list of dates published so far.  Over 47 thousand fans saw Fleetwood Mac Live in London... The 3 shows grossed over 6 million bucks!

Thursday, January 05, 2012

Pollstar Top 200 Tours: Stevie Nicks Solo + with Rod Stewart & Lindsey Buckingham

Pollstar’s Top 200 North American Tours for 2011

# 35 Rod Stewart / Stevie Nicks - 22.1 Million
Average Ticket Price: $106.60
Average Tickets Sold per show: 12,195
Total Tickets: 207,317
Average Gross: 1,300,000
Cities/Shows: 17/18
Promoter: Artist Group Int'l / The Howard Rose Agency

# 157 Stevie Nicks - 4.6 Million
Average Ticket Price: $40.63
Average Tickets Sold per show: 5,391
Average Gross: 219,048

PDF File of the Top 200 via Pollstar

Lindsey Buckingham "Seeds We Sow" Tour Stats Update

- Added Royal Oak, MI to the list of published tour data.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Tours are hot again (Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Make Top 10)

Big acts mean bigger numbers

Ticket sales for concerts are up even though prices are higher With acts like U2, Kenny Chesney, Bon Jovi and Lady Gaga leading the way, the concert touring business is enjoying a healthy comeback this year after struggling in 2010.

In the first six months of 2011, total grosses for the top 100 North American tours was $ 1.12 billion. That’s up $ 157 million or 16.2% over the same period last year, according to Pollstar, which tracks the live music industry. The total number of tickets sold was 16.7 million, a 5.3% increase, but surprisingly, the average ticket price was up 10.2%, or $ 6.25, to a record $ 67.02.

Through the end of June, U2’ s 360 tour was the runaway top moneymaker, raking in $ 85.8 million and selling 979,000 tickets to 14 North American stadium shows with an average gross of $ 7.8 million.

Pollstar editor Gary Bongiovanni says artists and promoters have helped the upturn by taking a more conservative approach in terms of venue size, frequency of return to certain markets and number of markets played. He says the higher prices weren’t expected coming off a year with lower grosses and ticket sales. But many of this year’s shows offer audiences good value for their dollars.

" What’s happening is that some artists are combining with a stronger support act, almost a co-bill situation,” Bongiovanni says, pointing to package tours such as Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks, New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys, and George Strait, Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack.

Source: USA Today

Friday, September 03, 2010


Stevie ranked #35 on this weeks Billboard Boxscore chart for her show in Santa Barbara August 4, 2010.

Stevie Nicks Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Aug. 4, 2010
Gross: $281,085
Attendance / Available Tickets : 3,629 / 4,565
Shows: 1 / 0
Ticket Price Range: $123, $43
Promoter: Nederlander Concerts

Friday, January 22, 2010


Billboard Boxscore once again have Fleetwood Mac at the top of the heap for the week at #1.  Ticket sales and Gross ticket revenues are in for the first and second shows of the Australian Unleashed Tour.
Fleetwood Mac with The Verses
Rod Laver Arena
Melbourne, Australia
Dec. 1-2, 2009
21,855 / 25,000
2 / 0
$200.54, $97.70
Andrew McManus Presents

Oh... And Stevie Nicks is apparently working on a track for a Buddy Holly tribute album being put together by Peter Asher to mark the 50th anniversary of his death in February, 1959. (It'll be 51 years this February... Better get crackin'!)

The quote from the article:

“I’m in the studio producing a Buddy Holly tribute album for the 50th anniversary of his death,” he says of his current project. “For the last couple of days, I’ve been in the studio with Stevie Nicks doing a track with her.”

Asher seems so nonchalant about recording with Nicks that he may as well by talking about picking up his dry cleaning, but it’s just another testament to how many music legends he knows on a first-name basis.

The Gateway

Monday, January 11, 2010


POLLSTAR The Concert World View
Big shows by big names dominated the 2009 global concert scene with, tried-and-true audience favorites making up the planet’s Top 5 tours and dominating the Top 10 in our first Top 50 global concert touring chart … ever!

Fleetwood Mac placed #13 on the Top 50 Worldwide
Concert Tours grossing $84.9 million

Average Ticket Price: $101.97
Average Attendance: 11,564
Total Tickets: 832,597
Average Gross: 1,179,167
Cities / Shows: 72/79

Criteria: The annual POLLSTAR ranking of the concert industry’s top performing artists is tabulated for all shows worked between January 1 and December 31, 2009.
All ticket sales figures are calculated in U.S. dollars and are based on reported information and extensive research by POLLSTAR. Copyright 2010.™

Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Pollstar has compiled its Top 50 Tours of North America for 2009 and, although there is no surprise as to who came in at No. 1, there were plenty of surprises just the same.

U2 surpassed all other tours by a wide margin, grossing $123 million in North America and selling more than 1.3 million tickets overall. It beat its closest competitor, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, by about $30 million.

Pollstar Top 50 Tours of North America:

#1 - $123 million - U2
#2 - $94.5 million - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
#3 - $88 million - Elton John / Billy Joel
#4 - $82.5 million - Britney Spears
#5 - $77.9 million - AC/DC
#6 - $71.1 million - Kenny Chesney
#7 - $69.8 million - Jonas Brothers
#8 - $56.9 million - Dave Matthews Band
#9 - $54.5 million - Fleetwood Mac
#10 - $53.4 million - Metallica

Friday, December 18, 2009


Pollstar has compiled its year-end research from 2000 to 2009 and come up with the highest-grossing touring artists of North America for the decade.

According to POLLSTAR Fleetwood Mac placed #33 in the Top 50 grossing 146.2 million between 2000 & 2009 with 1.7 million tickets sold. Not bad for only two world tours this decade.

Sunday, December 13, 2009


BILLBOARD MAGAZINE'S 2009 Year End Charts are up. Fleetwood Mac hit the Top 25 Tours of 2009 list at #14. Even though their 2009 tour is moving forward with more dates in Australia and New Zealand this month that should technically be included with their 2009 numbers, Billboard's "chart year" runs from the first week of December to the final week in November. So some of the December dates will fall into the 2010 year.


Number of Shows: 59; Number of Sell-Outs: 9
Total Attendance: 640,201
Setlist Essential: "Go Your Own Way"

Billboard Top 25 Tours of 2009

01. U2 - $311,637,730 (44/44)
02. Madonna - $222,017,248 (46/46)
03. Bruce Springsteen - $156,340,910 (72/42)
04. AC/DC - $135,287,350 (76/52)
05. Pink - $102,878,271 (131/69)
06. Andre Rieu - $95,854,338 (112/18)
07. Britney Spears - $94,813,948 (70/61)
08. Billy Joel/Elton John - $90,218,314 (32/31)
09. Tina Turner - $86,372,137 (59/47)
10. Colplay - $86,372,137 (66/31)
11. Metallica - $76,613,910 (66/47)
12. Jonas Brothers - $73,293,001 (62/42)
13. Kenny Chesney - $70,999,090 (52/36)
14. Fleetwood Mac - $62,590,677 (59/9)
15. Beyonce - $57,138,765 (57/25)
16. Celine Dion - $56,984,471 (33/31)
17. IL Divo - $53,494,139 (103/36)
18. Dave Matthews Band - $52,338,154 (58/23)
19. Nickelback - $49,908,542 (70/42)
20. Depeche Mode - $45,658,648 (31/9)

Friday, December 11, 2009


Hot Tours: Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Mannheim Steamroller, Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac ranks among the Hot Tours for the second week in a row with the first reported totals from the veteran band's December tour dates in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney's Acer Arena reported $2.8 million ($3.1 Australian) from two shows on Dec. 7-8. The short trek down under follows successful tour legs during 2009 in North America and Europe. The Unleashed Tour began on March 1 in Pittsburgh and has grossed more than $68 million.



Dec. 7-8
Acer Arena, Sydney (2/0)
19,400 (20,230)

Thursday, December 10, 2009


FLEETWOOD MAC will top Billboard's Boxscore Chart in the upcoming issue with a reported gross of $2,861,280 for their two dates in Sydney, Australia at Acer Arena December 7th and 8th.

#1 Fleetwood Mac, The Verses Acer Arena
City: Sydney, Australia
Dates: Dec. 7-8, 2009
Gross: $2,861,280
Attendance/Capacity: 19,400 / 20,230
# of Shows / Sellouts: 2 / 0
Ticket Prices: $181.02, $117.02
Promoter: Andrew McManus Presents

THE NUMBERS SO FAR: (Up to December 8, 2009)
Total Shows Performed: 73
Total Shows Reported: 60
Total Gross Ticket Sales: $66,901,389
Total Attendance: 663,922
Total Capactiy: 783,627
Total Reported Sellouts: 10

THE BREAKDOWN: (Up to December 8, 2009)
Average Per Show Gross: $1,115,023
Average Per Show Attendance: 11,065
Average Per Show Capacity: 13,060
Average Per Show Ticket Price: $100.77
Average Per Show Attendance Percentage: 85%

Thursday, December 03, 2009


Update on Tour Grosses for Fleetwood Mac's European Tour Leg.
Fleetwood Mac came in at #3 this week with two sellouts and $2,682,390 in gross ticket sales on Billboards Top Boxscores Chart for two shows in Dublin, Ireland October 24th and 25th. These numbers are reported to Billboard by Tour Promoters.

#3 Fleetwood Mac
City: Dublin, Ireland
Venue: 02
Dates: Oct. 24-25, 2009
Gross: $2,682,390
Attendance: 16,026 / 16,026
2 shows / 2 sellouts
Ticket Prices: $180.05, $150.04, $120.03MCD

68 shows have been performed up to the end of the European Leg of the Unleashed Tour (November 6th) and 58 Shows have had their numbers reported by the promoter.

THE NUMBERS SO FAR: (Up to November 6, 2009)
Total Shows Performed: 68
Total Shows Reported: 58
Total Gross Ticket Sales: $64,040,109
Total Attendance: 644,522
Total Capactiy: 763,397
Total Reported Sellouts: 10

THE BREAKDOWN: (Up to November 6, 2009)
Average Per Show Gross: $1,104,140
Average Per Show Attendance: 11,112
Average Per Show Capacity: 13,162
Average Per Show Ticket Price: $99.36
Average Per Show Attendance Percentage: 84%