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Here are the final totals for the North American leg of Madonna's Confessions Tour. Keep in mind that this is the gross total, not what Madonna herself gets paid.

$ 7,686,380 LA (Forum)

$ 7,257,750 Las Vegas

$ 4,761,555 San Jose

$ 2,804,583 LA (Staples)

$ 3,749,800 Fresno

$ 4,890,090 Phoenix

$ 9,271,790 Chicago

$ 5,670,150 Montréal

$ 3,451,235 Hartford

$16,507,855 New York OMG!

$ 6,337,115 Boston

$ 4,639,775 Philidelphia

$ 3,246,100 Atlantic City

$ 5,568,485 Miami

$85,842,663 North American Total

posted by torontophoenix

So much for a no longer relevant artist!

However, it has to be said that had her management chosen Washington and Atlanta instead of FresNO and Hartford, the North American tour gross would have been even higher and it would have surely gotten VERY close to 90,000,000 dollars.

In fact both FresNO and Hartford had VERY disappointing and under-par revenues.

In any case I believe that the final figure still is a record, isn't it?

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It's North America, as it includes Canada and that''s what PollStar tracks...

I think Cher would have a higher NA total wither her last tour.

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For those that kept inquiring, here are the 2004 & rounded 2001 Boxscores for North America.

RIT

The Forum

Inglewood, Calif.

$6,965,055

43,158 / 3

$300 $45

MGM Grand

Las Vegas, Nev.

$7,005,548

28,341 / 2

$367 $79

Arrowhead Pond

Anaheim, Calif.

$4,164,450

24,250 / 2

$300 $45

HP Pavilion

San Jose, Calif.

$5,543,715

40,205 / 3

$300 $45

MCI Center

Washington, DC

$3,486,684

26,788 / 2

$303 $48

Madison Square Garden

New York, NY

$12,674,925

88,625 / 6

$300 $45

The Centrum

Worcester, Mass.

$6,439,890

46,075 / 4

$300 $45

Wachovia Center

Philadelphia, Penn.

$4,134,478

30,575 / 2

$302 $47

Continental Arena

E. Rutherford, NJ

$4,437,345

29,315 / 2

$300 $45

United Center

Chicago, Ill.

$7,894,105

59,591 / 4

$300 $45

Air Canada Centre

Toronto, Ont.

$5,332,703

52,160 / 3

$229.25 / $37.82

Philips Arena

Atlanta, Geo.

$3,450,874

25,627 / 2

$302 $47

Office Depot Center

Sunrise, Fl.

$3,834,522

28,208 / 2

$301.5 $46.5

AmericanAirlines Arena

Miami, Fl.

30,580 / 2

$4,145,760

$300 $45

DWT

First Union Center

Philadelphia, Penn.

$3,380,000

31,000 / 2

Madison Square Garden

New York, NY

$9,290,000

79,400 / 5

Continental Airlines Arena

East Rutherford, NJ

$1,840,000

16,400 / 1 (show 2 cancelled)

Fleet Center

Boston, Mass.

$3,500,000

29,900 / 2

MCI Center

Washington, DC

$3,470,000

32,100 / 2

National Car Rental Center

Sunrise, Fl.

$3,600,000

31,600 / 2

Philips Arena

Atlanta, Geo.

$3,550,000

29,600 / 2

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills, Mich.

$4,120,000

35,400 / 2

United Center

Chicago, Ill.

$3,740,000

33,700 / 2

MGM Grand Garden

Las Vegas, Nev.

$6,500,000

29,600 / 2

The Oakland Arena

Oakland, Calif.

$3,350,000

31,200 / 2

Staples Center

Los Angeles, Calif.

$8,300,000

61,500

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Here are the final totals for the North American leg of Madonna's Confessions Tour. Keep in mind that this is the gross total, not what Madonna herself gets paid.

$ 7,686,380 LA (Forum)

$ 7,257,750 Las Vegas

$ 4,761,555 San Jose

$ 2,804,583 LA (Staples)

$ 3,749,800 Fresno

$ 4,890,090 Phoenix

$ 9,271,790 Chicago

$ 5,670,150 Montréal

$ 3,451,235 Hartford

$16,507,855 New York OMG!

$ 6,337,115 Boston

$ 4,639,775 Philidelphia

$ 3,246,100 Atlantic City

$ 5,568,485 Miami

$85,842,663 North American Total

posted by torontophoenix

So much for a no longer relevant artist!

However, it has to be said that had her management chosen Washington and Atlanta instead of FresNO and Hartford, the North American tour gross would have been even higher and it would have surely gotten VERY close to 90,000,000 dollars.

In fact both FresNO and Hartford had VERY disappointing and under-par revenues.

In any case I believe that the final figure still is a record, isn't it?

Yeah why on eath did they choose Fresno and Hartford? Who didn't do their homework?

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The North American leg of Cher's Never-Ending Farewell Tour grossed a heckuva lot, much more than what Madge's current tour grossed. Worldwide, though, Madge's may end up with more. Cher did some non-NA dates, but not nearly as many as she did in NA.

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The North American leg of Cher's Never-Ending Farewell Tour grossed a heckuva lot, much more than what Madge's current tour grossed. Worldwide, though, Madge's may end up with more. Cher did some non-NA dates, but not nearly as many as she did in NA.

I think Cher's tour grossed 192.5 million or so in the US and approx. 250 million worldwide. Madge could maybe top her worldwide total if they added those Moscow dates.

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I honestly don't think that the last leg of Cher's tour was reported to Billboards Boxscore because many sources say she made approx. 250 million total from the tour. I don't see why every Cher fan i have incountered would lie about that. I feel llke this issue has confused many people. I think someone should get to the bottom of it.

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Just remembere that Cher toured like 2 years non stop. On the other hand, Madonna just needed 2 and a half month to gross 85 millons

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This week's Billboad has the midyear touring info. As reported, Rolling Stones have grossed $147.371m from 45 shows. No2 is U2, with $73.087m (from 28 shows). This info reflects boxscores from 11/1/05 to 5/16/06.

The biggest boxscore of the year thus far is Luis Miguel, form 20 shows(!) in Mexico- a gross of $19.286m. Miguel's top ticket price- in U.S. dollars- was roughly $170. Billy Joel follows, with $19.216m (from 12 sellouts at Madison Square Garden).Joel's top ticket price was $89.50.

As info, the Stones grossed $8.809m from 2 shows at the Tokyo Dome- 78,287 attendance, 86,898 capacity.

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The Stones' top ticket was $350, $55 for lowest (per Billboard). For U.S stops, it looks like $450 was the top price!

oh, so i guess it's just going to be around $5M per night in JAPAN for MADONNA...

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mtzl, dear, it already was well-known that the Stones would have the year's top-grossing tour, once those stadium dates were announced.

not all here are always at the same level of your knowledge HG dearest... especially when it comes to trying to find out actual Rolling Stones data, i just bumped into it when i was searching for the capacity crowds MADONNA will visit..

are the band members married to each other? they are out all year...

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