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TD Banknorth Garden

Boston, Mass.

July 6, 9-10, 2006

$6,337,115

36,741 / 36,741

3 / 3

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

Wachovia Center

Philadelphia, Pa.

July 12-13, 2006

$4,639,775

29,749 /

29,749

2 / 2

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall

Atlantic City, N.J.

July 16, 2006

$3,246,100

12,322 / 12,322

1 / 1

$350, $55

The Next Adventure/Caesars Atlantic City

Venue: Madison Square Garden

June 28-29, July 2-3, 18-19, 2006

$16,507,855

91,841 / 91,841

6 / 6

$350, $60

American Airlines Arena

July 22-23, 2006

$5,568,485

29,749 / 29,749

2 / 2

$350, $55

34/34 shows sold out...

$85,842,663 grossed so far...

466,653 tickets sold so far...

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Madonna United Center

Chicago, Ill.

June 14-15, 18-19, 2006

$9,271,790

52,000 /

52,000

4 /

4

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

Madonna Bell Centre

Montreal, Quebec

June 21-22, 2006

$5,670,150

34,940 /

34,940

2 /

2

$316.77, $49.78

The Next Adventure/Gillett Entertainment Group

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Are The Rolling Stones (a.k.a. old wind bags) going to out-do Madge for the years highest grossing tour?

They have alot of updates this week at Boxscore...

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Do we know if Fresno and Phoenix were sold out? Or is anyone hiding that info? :gggggg:

They were not included in this week's BB Boxscore update with Chicago and Montreal :shock:

Is someone COOKING THE BOOKS? :nosey:

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Are The Rolling Stones (a.k.a. old wind bags) going to out-do Madge for the years highest grossing tour?

They have alot of updates this week at Boxscore...

I don't think they did too many shows this year and they had to put the tour on a big hiatus so Keith could recover from brain surgery or something.

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Yep, they're in the top 15 of reported grosses:

No. 11

Glendale Arena

Glendale, Ariz.

June 8, 10, 2006

$4,890,090

28,820

28,820

2

2

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

No. 15

Save Mart Center

Fresno, Calif.

June 5, 20, 2006

$3,749,800

20,154

20,154

2

2

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

So...

18/18 shows sold out...

$46,092,098 grossed so far...

244,693 tickets sold...

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Yep, they're in the top 15 of reported grosses:

No. 11

Glendale Arena

Glendale, Ariz.

June 8, 10, 2006

$4,890,090

28,820

28,820

2

2

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

No. 15

Save Mart Center

Fresno, Calif.

June 5, 20, 2006

$3,749,800

20,154

20,154

2

2

$350, $55

The Next Adventure

So...

18/18 shows sold out...

$46,092,098 grossed so far...

244,693 tickets sold...

Thanks, updated first post...

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Is the $200M gross projection realistic? if MADONNA would rake in at least 33% of this gross she'll be richer this year with $66M... :drool:

The first 18 shows have grossed $46 million...

She has over 50 shows secheduled so far...

18 x 3 = 54

$46 million x 3 = $138 million

Some overseas shows will make much more than the average, so $200 million seems likely, plus id she adds more dates...

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The first 18 shows have grossed $46 million...

She has over 50 shows secheduled so far...

18 x 3 = 54

$46 million x 3 = $138 million

Some overseas shows will make much more than the average, so $200 million seems likely, plus id she adds more dates...

It is quite interesting how much she'll make in NEW YORK, LONDON, PARIS, JAPAN and MOSCOW, the priciest cities still to com in the tour...

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It is quite interesting how much she'll make in NEW YORK, LONDON, PARIS, JAPAN and MOSCOW, the priciest cities still to com in the tour...

You are forgetting the big stadium shows like Cardiff (60,000 tickets....very high-priced for a stadium), Rome (62,000), Horsens (80,000), the German shows (more than 120,000 total....again very high-prices for stadium), Amsterdam (80,000 total) and Prague (more than 30,000).

With an average 130,00 Euro per ticket she will rank in more than 55,000,000 Euro's from just the above-mentioned shows.

Then you have the London shows (very expensive!), Paris, Japan and the big Moscow concert.

She should end up with close to 100,000,000 Euro's (more than 125,000,000 USD) after all is said and done in Europe and Japan.

By the time she's done in the US she will have made more than 75,000,000 USD. So there you have it! 200,000,000 USD! Highest grossing tour by a female artist!

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those early morning bitches are always jaded... it would be futile

I emailed them the lastest figures. I didn't get a response, like I was going to!

They don't like being confronted with the truth, the bitches can't handle it.

I don't suppose we will be seeing them front row on the first Wembley nite will we? :lmao:

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Dunno which show they went to but the show I went to it was full house and I don't see no curtains. Plus how on earth are they gonna put up curtains. The layout is not made for a big curtain covering some sections. All the seats are exposed for everyone to see.

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Updated the first post, including the Hartford info, which I did not know was released...

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I had always wondered if these statistics were real or bogus. No we know that they're bullshit as it says that Hartford sold out on both shows and we all know that the second show was definitely NOT sold out.

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I think they are very strict on this, the ticket sales are certified by an agency or sumtin'. Boxscore might have different ways or standards to calculate what a sold-out is...

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I think they are very strict on this, the ticket sales are certified by an agency or sumtin'. Boxscore might have different ways or standards to calculate what a sold-out is...

But numerous people have posted about that second Hartford show having whole sections draped off that people were sitting in the previous night. That show could not have possibly sold out.

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I find it more amazing that she sold out both Fresno and San Jose shows...

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But numerous people have posted about that second Hartford show having whole sections draped off that people were sitting in the previous night. That show could not have possibly sold out.

Perhaps those sections were supposed to be closed for both concerts, and the demand for the 1st was so big that they opened them. Billboard is quite minucious on their calculations and I doubt they could tamper with them. What they could always do is having different measures/quotas per concert; e.g. sold out for 1st Hartford show was 15K and for the 2nd it was 12K.

San Jose was a given, she sold out 3 concerts easily on RIT there.

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It's true, that certain sections could be closed on certain nights. It ook time for the second NY show to fill in, but it ended up doing so (I couldn't believe that a couple of people in my section didn't get there until like halfway through!)

That's where "capacity" comes into play, too- and why, depending on stage setup, one act's concert can have a greater capacity than another's (Madonna's setup is larger than others, so her capacity will be smaller). It also can vary from night to night, I gather, as well.

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