I thought it was confirmed that there were 16 or 17 thousand people at her staples center concert. I also thought Seattle was a sellout, and I thought Bakersfield was close to a sellout.
I was checking for Carrie tickets in Seattle a month prior and there was only a seat here and there - no two together - you could get the standing ones. Those scalpers must hold them till the last minute. Frustrating.
^ I tweeted the guy and asked him for the source of his DATA. If he doesn't respond, perhaps he is full of BS.
However--- Drake, Taylor, and several big pop stars Sold Out Staples Center with 12K each night (they did multiple nights but still). So it is not weird for Carrie to sell 13K and have it be a sellout.
Plus she may have sold more than that, but that could be her "sellout quota." Not sure.
I really hope we get confirmed data soon.
i think they are waiting to release the data near CMA voting period
DATE CITY VENUE ATTEND CAPACITY % GROSS SALES Sep 4, 2016 Spokane Spokane Arena 11389 11389 100% $ 727.474,00 Sep 6. 2016 Boise, Idaho Taco Bell Arena 8276 9476 87% $ 547.292,00 Sep 8, 2016 Seatlle, Wash. KeyArena 9905 10448 95% $ 681.068,00 Sep 10, 2016 San Jose, Calif. SAP Center 8335 8819 95% $ 606.713,00 Sep 13, 2016 Bakersfield, Calif Rabobank Arena 7910 8652 91% $ 548.570,00 Sep 14, 2016 Los Angeles, Calif. Staples Center 13274 13274 100% $ 921.093,00 Sep 16, 2016 San Diego, Calif. Valley View Casino 7216 8140 89% $ 517.752,00 Sep 20, 2016 Dallas, Texas American Airlines 13271 13271 100% $ 888.335,00 Sep 22, 2016 Nashville, Tenn. Bridgestone Arena 14005 14005 100% $ 932.078,00 Sep 25, 2016 Columbia, S.C. Colonial Life Arena 11350 11350 100% $ 750.190,00 Sep 26, 2016 Roanoke, Va. Berglung Center 5350 6034 89% $ 372.960,00 Sep 28, 2016 Providence, R.I. Dunkin' Donuts Center 7805 8988 87% $ 574.178,00 Sep 29, 2016 Manchester, N.H. SNHU Arena 8843 9727 91% $ 615.059,00 Oct 1, 2016 Hershey, Pa. Giant Center 10560 10560 100% $ 716.610,00
Storyteller Tour Stats
Total Gross: $39.482.454,00
Tickets sold / on sale: 586,894 / 599,601 (97,9%)
Shows / cities: 54 / 54
Sold out: 39
*Anchorage is not included. The box office was not released.
Hope she never plays Roanoke again - no offense. Freakin 5,000 people? Really? Carrie is way beyond those dinky venues. And it didn't even sell out. What the heck? I don't get it.
Thank God she sold out the big important cities anyway, like Nashville, Dallas, and LA. It is odd that her numbers were stronger for the Spring leg than the Fall leg. These numbers look much weaker. Sad.
Why do you think the numbers aren't like they were last leg? Do you think people don't just have the money? Or do you think they are playing places to close together? I mean the numbers are still great I just thought thier would be a few more sellouts.
I still can't believe they did not stop at State College in Pa. that was always a big draw and looked sold out to me when I went to them.
^BA tour sold out there but they didn't list it as such. They had to open up additional seating. I love that arena. Great acoustics.
The Spring tour did better it seems. But then again, Carrie kicked ASS in LA, Dallas, Nashville, etc- and is selling out MSG too-- which is huge.
So I guess she is selling out in the big cities that matter, but the smaller markets are either saturated or perhaps the economy there is depressed, Hard to say.
But Roanoke has been decreasing in numbers with each tour.....instead of increasing like the rest. So I think she needs to stop going there or soon she will be selling 3,000 seats there. Embarrassing and not necessary. Just scrap that venue.
Total for the tour until OCT 1 2016 is USD 39.897.484 (if we include Alaska).
We still have 25 shows to go, and if the average for each show is USD 600.000, that means we will get USD 15.000.000 . For the total of the tour : USD 54.897.484 from 87 shows.
BA Tour got USD 51.956.206 from 105 shows.
Some of the concert arena names are pretty funny to me. Taco Bell, Hershey, KFC Yum... lol sounds like food fest rather than a music concert XD
The only one I know of around here that isn't named after a brand is Rupp Arena, which is obviously named after Adolph Rupp, but I'm not sure if the University of Kentucky owns it or if it is owned by the Lexington Convention Center corporation.
Dang great numbers.