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Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: georgelicks ()
Date: November 10, 2021 01:46

Some Boxscores of the tour so far:

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood: 81,676 (100%) - $18,887,679 (2 shows)
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa: 52,075 (100%) - $11,378,033
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte: 42,577 (100%) - $9,074,182
Cotton Bowl, Dallas: 42,469 (100%) - $8,965,725
Nissan Stadium, Nashville: 42,964 (100%) - $8,947,952
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh: 43,702 (100%) - $8,781,607
U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis: 38,727 (100%) - $8,039,757
The Dome, St. Louis: 38,669 (100%) - $7,203,265

NO FILTER TOUR

$496,887,264 Revenue ($9,375,231 avg.)
2,673,570 Tickets Sold (50,445 avg.)
$185.85 Average Price
53/57 Reported Shows

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 10, 2021 01:56

Quote
georgelicks
Some Boxscores of the tour so far:

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood: 81,676 (100%) - $18,887,679 (2 shows)
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa: 52,075 (100%) - $11,378,033
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte: 42,577 (100%) - $9,074,182
Cotton Bowl, Dallas: 42,469 (100%) - $8,965,725
Nissan Stadium, Nashville: 42,964 (100%) - $8,947,952
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh: 43,702 (100%) - $8,781,607
U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis: 38,727 (100%) - $8,039,757
The Dome, St. Louis: 38,669 (100%) - $7,203,265

NO FILTER TOUR

$496,887,264 Revenue ($9,375,231 avg.)
2,673,570 Tickets Sold (50,445 avg.)
$185.85 Average Price
53/57 Reported Shows

Thanks georgelicks.. fantastic numbers!
Always nice to see the boys drop the mic on the doom and gloom crowd. They've been awfully quiet lately , after their near non-stop dire predictions leading up to the tour.

smileys with beer

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Jeter1984 ()
Date: November 10, 2021 04:54

Because every tour is different, the only thing that matters is gross per show and on that the Stones are untouchable.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Bashlets ()
Date: November 10, 2021 13:05

Always been curious what merchandise sales gross at shows.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Date: November 10, 2021 13:33

Quote
MisterDDDD
Thanks georgelicks.. fantastic numbers!
Always nice to see the boys drop the mic on the doom and gloom crowd. They've been awfully quiet lately , after their near non-stop dire predictions leading up to the tour.

smileys with beer

Agreed! Predictions of masses not attending because of no Charlie, Covid, they’re too old, high ticket prices, etc. have been proven wrong.

On the 7th day God created The Rolling Stones

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: keefmick ()
Date: November 10, 2021 15:44

Excellent point candle!

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: November 10, 2021 16:31

Quote
georgelicks
Some Boxscores of the tour so far:

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood: 81,676 (100%) - $18,887,679 (2 shows)
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa: 52,075 (100%) - $11,378,033
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte: 42,577 (100%) - $9,074,182
Cotton Bowl, Dallas: 42,469 (100%) - $8,965,725
Nissan Stadium, Nashville: 42,964 (100%) - $8,947,952
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh: 43,702 (100%) - $8,781,607
U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis: 38,727 (100%) - $8,039,757
The Dome, St. Louis: 38,669 (100%) - $7,203,265

NO FILTER TOUR

$496,887,264 Revenue ($9,375,231 avg.)
2,673,570 Tickets Sold (50,445 avg.)
$185.85 Average Price
53/57 Reported Shows

Damn, those are pretty incredible numbers. They do something right.

- Doxa

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Send It To me ()
Date: November 10, 2021 16:57

Would love to know Mick & Keith's take home net per show.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: podiumboy ()
Date: November 10, 2021 20:21

I wonder what the attendance split at the 2 LA shows was? I’d have to think something like 30,000 at night 1 and 50,000 at night 2, right? The 17tg was pretty much sold out, whereas the 14th had a long way to go. Just wondering if anybody knows anything. People who were there, what did you see? Etc

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: JadedFaded ()
Date: November 10, 2021 21:51

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podiumboy
I wonder what the attendance split at the 2 LA shows was? I’d have to think something like 30,000 at night 1 and 50,000 at night 2, right? The 17tg was pretty much sold out, whereas the 14th had a long way to go. Just wondering if anybody knows anything. People who were there, what did you see? Etc

Hard to tell really. Was in the pit on the 14th and all the up high seats looked pretty full when the Stones came on. Was in the second level on the 17th and it looked pretty full down below.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 10, 2021 22:26

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JadedFaded
Quote
podiumboy
I wonder what the attendance split at the 2 LA shows was? I’d have to think something like 30,000 at night 1 and 50,000 at night 2, right? The 17tg was pretty much sold out, whereas the 14th had a long way to go. Just wondering if anybody knows anything. People who were there, what did you see? Etc

Hard to tell really. Was in the pit on the 14th and all the up high seats looked pretty full when the Stones came on. Was in the second level on the 17th and it looked pretty full down below.

It is hard to tell.. night one seemed pretty full,
I'd guess 44k night two vs 37k+ night one.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: slewan ()
Date: November 10, 2021 23:09

since we haven't heard any new rumors about another additional show it's time to give up hope, isn't it?

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: November 10, 2021 23:55

Quote
slewan
since we haven't heard any new rumors about another additional show it's time to give up hope, isn't it?

With only two weeks before the grand finale in Hollywood, Fl, it seems time is running out...
In one sense it's a bit sad to think they'll be wrapping up another mini-tour here in the US, but on the other hand grateful to think this tour even happened at all given all the uncertainties, hurdles, etc.
At this late point of their career, hard to imagine they'll ever return to these shores again to tour (though anything is possible), so hopefully everyone who was willing and able had a chance to experience them.

_____________________________________________________________
Rip this joint, gonna save your soul, round and round and round we go......



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2021-11-10 23:56 by Hairball.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: DGA35 ()
Date: November 11, 2021 02:59

Quote
georgelicks
Some Boxscores of the tour so far:

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood: 81,676 (100%) - $18,887,679 (2 shows)
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa: 52,075 (100%) - $11,378,033
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte: 42,577 (100%) - $9,074,182
Cotton Bowl, Dallas: 42,469 (100%) - $8,965,725
Nissan Stadium, Nashville: 42,964 (100%) - $8,947,952
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh: 43,702 (100%) - $8,781,607
U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis: 38,727 (100%) - $8,039,757
The Dome, St. Louis: 38,669 (100%) - $7,203,265

NO FILTER TOUR

$496,887,264 Revenue ($9,375,231 avg.)
2,673,570 Tickets Sold (50,445 avg.)
$185.85 Average Price
53/57 Reported Shows

Looking at the first 9 shows, they're all 100% sold out which is great, but really,the attendance numbers aren't that huge compared to the size of the venue. 42000 in the Cotton Bowl which holds about 90000 for football. Was the stage at midfield?

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: TKinOH ()
Date: November 11, 2021 05:05

I'm waiting on the numbers for Vegas...

That place was packed, not sure I've seen the floor more full, from the Pits looking jammed to the Rear GA folks all the way to the back wall between the merch tents...

I would imagine Allegiant Stadium hosted the single highest-grossing stadium gig in The Rolling Stones' career.

Thanx for posting the numbers! Always good to see the crowds coming out!

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: podiumboy ()
Date: November 11, 2021 15:46

The stage was in the normal end stage spot. With Any end stage stadium show, the seats to the side and back of the stage are obviously not used. So you’re subtracting at least 1/3 of the capacity right off the bat. The show would’ve held more than 42,000, at that. But these days they have ways of strategically dispersing the audience so that people are spread out and the stadium appears full. Take U2 on the Popmart tour in 97. They sold 38,000 tickets, not much less than the Stones. But I’ve seen YouTube footage of that show, and at least half of the upper deck had no crowd. Back then they just sold the bear seats first and went back from there.

Most of these shows could’ve held considerably more people. But the high ticket prices, it’s still a financial triumph. Had they had more affordable options, they’d have had more butts in the seats, but the gross would ultimately be roughly the same.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Sighunt ()
Date: November 14, 2021 20:14

Rolling Stones Tour Grosses Over $10 Million per Show:

Read More: Rolling Stones Tour Grosses Over $10 Million per Show | [ultimateclassicrock.com]



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Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Jeter1984 ()
Date: November 15, 2021 03:03

Quote
TKinOH
I'm waiting on the numbers for Vegas...

That place was packed, not sure I've seen the floor more full, from the Pits looking jammed to the Rear GA folks all the way to the back wall between the merch tents...

I would imagine Allegiant Stadium hosted the single highest-grossing stadium gig in The Rolling Stones' career.

Thanx for posting the numbers! Always good to see the crowds coming out!

Average ticket might be the highest of the tour, but I doubt it will surpass Denver in 2019-$13.5M

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: TKinOH ()
Date: November 15, 2021 05:02

Denver had 58K if I remember correctly? That is a big number, and could be the difference...

After all these years, Oro-Medonte, ON is still about the only gig I can recall where we never got the numbers...

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 15, 2021 05:15

Quote
TKinOH
Denver had 58K if I remember correctly? That is a big number, and could be the difference...

After all these years, Oro-Medonte, ON is still about the only gig I can recall where we never got the numbers...

Press reported 70k. [www.thestar.com]
Austin, had they been able to keep the original date, along with several other supporting acts like this one would have likely been similar.
As it is now, it will be interesting to see how many they draw for it.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Dan ()
Date: November 15, 2021 09:34

Quote
DGA35

Looking at the first 9 shows, they're all 100% sold out which is great,

Except they are not. They are just being reported as 100% by the promoter and not all the tickets sold seem to be reported.

St Louis for example was 46,474 / 46,474 in the same venue in 1997 and full concert capacity likely closer to 52,000.

Since there are really only 2 promoters left (aside from the smaller players who rarely get access to this realm) the purpose and meaning of boxscores as well as the veracity of the information is in question.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Dan ()
Date: November 15, 2021 09:35

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podiumboy
I wonder what the attendance split at the 2 LA shows was? I’d have to think something like 30,000 at night 1 and 50,000 at night 2, right? The 17tg was pretty much sold out, whereas the 14th had a long way to go. Just wondering if anybody knows anything. People who were there, what did you see? Etc


These numbers likely don't count all the 5$ tickets and possibly platinums and tickets scalped out the back door.

I would say more than 30,000 night 1 and then close to whatever the actual capacity was for the 17th.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: Dan ()
Date: November 15, 2021 09:37

Quote
TKinOH
I'm waiting on the numbers for Vegas...

That place was packed, not sure I've seen the floor more full, from the Pits looking jammed to the Rear GA folks all the way to the back wall between the merch tents...

I would imagine Allegiant Stadium hosted the single highest-grossing stadium gig in The Rolling Stones' career.

Thanx for posting the numbers! Always good to see the crowds coming out!

From where I was it looked about 80% full but there were a ridiculous amount of resale tickets that never sold and a lot released in the week prior that also never sold. Definitely more than GNR, probably not as many as Garth Brooks.

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: lickskeith ()
Date: November 15, 2021 23:11

Hey guys.
Got together with a friend in Paris who works for a promoter (reported to me first the 2017 opening of the UArena months in advance).
Things are heating up for June/July 2022, first reported by Zegut, Rumors of the Garorock Festival in Marmande are indeed very true. June 24 or 25, not set yet.
Would be the first festival in France for the Stones and very special..

2. Stade de France is on too. Date is not set yet.. It will be a week end show.
And he heard the Stones want to do a "small" venue in France... he didnt say much if it's a pretour show or a real date.. Bercy could be on the map..

Wanted to report ASAP to you guys.
Enjoy the rest of the US Tour..

Many more to come!!!

Re: The Rolling Stones - 2021 US Tour (Rescheduled Dates + New Shows)
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 16, 2021 01:30

Rolling Stones Tour Grosses Over $10 Million per Show



The Rolling Stones returned to the top of the highest-earning touring chart, grossing $10.1 million per show on their 2021 No Filter U.S. trek.

The figures were reported by industry publication Pollstar, which noted that the British veterans had also achieved 100 percent ticket sales at every performance.

They remain the only band to ever pass the $10 million threshold, having achieved the same feat during their pre-pandemic tour of 2019 – suggesting that, for the Stones at least, the negative financial effects of COVID-19 are over.

Pollstar’s Live 75 chart – the eligibility rules of which have been temporarily adjusted to allow for the pandemic – included seven shows from the U.S. stadium run, which sold an average of 43,073 tickets and grossed an average of $10,146,244. No other artist in the top 10 came close, with second-place singer Eric Church pulling an average of $1,607,516 from 15,889 ticket sales across seven shows.

The Stones have plotted three of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time. Their 2005-07 A Bigger Bang road trip drew $558.3 million, placing them fourth overall behind Ed Sheeran ($776.2 million in 2017-19), U2 ($736.4 million in 2009-11) and Guns N’ Roses ($584.2 million in 2016-19). The band's current tour is in ninth place so far, grossing $415.6 million since 2017 across 60 shows. They also landed at No. 20 with the 2004-05 Voodoo Lounge tour, which raked in $320 million.

The Stones' most recent dates mark the first time they’ve toured without drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August. Watts had already been replaced by longtime collaborator Steve Jordan in what was originally a temporary move. “The last thing I wanted to do was a Rolling Stones tour without Charlie,” guitarist Keith Richards said recently. “Charlie said, ‘Look, go on with Steve.’ Everyone [knows] that I’ve worked with Steve for 30 years, and he’d also worked with Mick [Jagger] and me over the last couple of years in the studio. So it was kind of a seamless transition.”

Richards added: “I can almost feel Charlie smiling down on us every night. You’ve got to roll with the punches. This is rock ‘n’ roll. My important thing is ‘roll.’ The ‘rock’ is comparatively easy.



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Two gigs to go...
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: November 17, 2021 00:17

Maybe the last ones ever? What do you think? First asked in 1965...

Re: Two gigs to go...
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: November 17, 2021 00:29

definitely not just going by what mick's said

hell i doubt it's even the last us tour

Re: Two gigs to go...
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: November 17, 2021 00:30

This is definitely a Q for the IORR medical experts ...



ROCKMAN

Re: Two gigs to go...
Posted by: Cooltoplady ()
Date: November 17, 2021 02:21

Here we go again. Geez

Re: Two gigs to go...
Posted by: bv ()
Date: November 17, 2021 02:58

The next US Tour will be in 2024. But before that, Europe 2022.

Remember the history of shows in USA during the past years:

2012
2013
2015
2016
2019
2021

So no worries they will return to North America.

Still, one day it will all end, we all know that. Meanwhile, they keep touring.

Bjornulf

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