Tee and Thiafood have been together on this board forever.
That is hilarious!!! I had never heard it!! It's so true!
Just to get the conversation out of the toilet and back on track......
I was listening to Crook and Chase countdown today. They talked about the Nashville show. Crook said Carrie said it would be epic and that's what she delivered. Chase said that he didn't want to give away anything but that Carrie does some Garth Brook type of stunts. lol.
Oct. 2, 2012
11,213 /11,213 (100%)
Sept. 29, 2012
Sept. 27, 2012
Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct. 4, 2012
Oct. 6, 2012
Credit Union Centre
Oct. 1, 2012
Green Bay, Wis.
Sept. 26, 2012
Oct. 7, 2012
She is such a flop artist. She needs to be Miranda Lambert's back up singer or something.
Number of shows: 15
Total attendance: 122,906
Total capacity: 126,148
Total percentage: 97,43%
Average attendance per show: 8193,73
Total gross sales: 7,381,794$
Thanks for those numbers!!!
I honestly think Carrie will always choose to play both bigger and smaller shows. the girl is from a small town, and has said many times that they didn't get a lot of big artists. I think she enjoys going to places that won't get huge artists, even if it means playing smaller shows. amazing second round numbers though. great numbers.
Very strong Canadian numbers and very strong percentages.
do we have comparison numbers for these cities for the po tour? Tx
thank god no 5-6k numbers this round. I still wish she would average tenk per city to
compete wirh other country stars but at least she averaged 8k instead of 7k so it sounds better.
ps no one ever said the tour was flopping except those trolls on billboard and cmt. Lol
I do like seeing sold out shows and attendance in 5-digit figures, but what she's selling now is good. I'm also a bit surprised that Oregon's Rose Garden had 7.3k seats available versus Seattle's Key Arena's 9.1k since the Rose Garden is a bigger venue and its max concert capacity is 18,000 vs 16,000.
Very happy to see that Calgary did indeed sell out, like I thought it had! It seemed like a bigger crowd than 2010, and sure looked like a sold out crowd.
It would be nice to have the 10K numbers for each stop and probably all Carrie has to do to get that is lower her prices like everyone else. But I have a feeling that her team has a plan in how they are building her as a touring artist.
Didn't I read somewhere that the rigging in Carrie's show keeps the concert nnumbers from being 100%. Hence, most numbers are in the 90 something percentile.