Another Boxscore report, another win for The Rolling Stones. First, Jagger & Co. leader October Boxscore Summary, powered by eight-figure totals in Los Angeles and Tampa. They then took #1 on Billboard’s End of 2021 List of top excursions and finally complete with the first ripe– configure the total tour in the COVID era. And now, they claim to be November’s Top Tour with the final six days of the 2021 No-Filter Tour.
Those six shows grossed $58.6 million and sold 237,000 tickets, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore. That averages up to $9.8 million and 39,500 tickets per show. It’s an astonishing pace, especially since it took the tour’s final performance, a relative underperformance in Hollywood, Fla., on the coast between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. 6,725 tickets were sold out that day, about 1/6 of the next month’s smallest attendance.
The Stones hit a monthly high in Las Vegas, bringing in $14.8 million at Allegiant Stadium on November 6, easily its highest one-night earnings since the venues opened for the summer. . Other highlights are in Atlanta on November 11 ($11.1 million at Mercedes-Benz Stadium) and Austin, Texas on November 20 ($10.1 million at Circuit of the Americas). .
These closing days have pushed this year’s No Filter Tour’s total to $130.9 million from 577,000 tickets sold, making it the first $100 million tour during the pandemic. This is the fourth edition of the Unfiltered Tournament, following the European stages in 2017 and 2018, and the North American sweep in 2019. Each run brought in more than $100 million and ranked in the top 10. At the end of their respective years, together, they grossed $546.5 million and sold 2.9 million tickets.
While The Rolling Stones had their biggest tour of the month, BTS 1st in November with the first two out of four programs at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium, California. November 27-28 grossed $16.5 million and sold 106,000 tickets, taking 4th place on the Top Tours chart in just two nights. The other two concerts take place December 1-2 and will likely also rank in December’s Top Boxscores.
Blocked by Korean superstars, Stones consecutively ranked on Top Boxscores with a score of 2-6 (and number 9).
Sandwiched between the Stones and BTS on the Top Tour is Harry Styles and Genesis 2 and 3 respectively. Each artist grossed $30 million in November. To be more precise, Styles made $29.97 million, even scoring only the silver medal of the year compared to 29, Genesis’ $78 million, spaced by less than $200,000, or 0.64%.
For Styles, his November 2021 ends with a bow, completing his long-delayed work. Love on tour with $94.7 million. Restricted to the US post-COVID-19 and its various variations, the tour still beats Styles’ debut solo tour, Harry Styles: Live On Tour, which grossed $63.7 million year-round continents in 2017-18. Furthermore, Love on Tour grossed the stadium-sized US leg of the former band’s last tour, One Direction’s 2015 On the Road Again Tour ($57.5 million).
For Genesis, the November shows mark a start. After raking in $17.9 million from 13 shows in the UK in September and October, the legendary prog-rock band hit the states to keep running through December and back in Europe. Europe in March 2022, with more dates taking place in North America later in the year.
Karol WOOD 8 in the Top Tours chart with a total of $6.6 million. She continued her string of sold-out Latin arena tours, along with Enrique Iglesias & Ricky Martin (No. 5), Grupo Firme (No. 7), Marc Anthony (No. 11) and others. But she stands out as the only Latin actress to make the Top Tour’s monthly charts since their summer reboot.
Furthermore, she has the highest-grossing tour of the month by a woman of any genre, joining Lauren Daigle (no. 16), half of the Steps (no. 17) and the Gold Over America Tour. led by Simone Biles (No. 19).
The Top Boxscores chart, as mentioned earlier, is dominated by BTS and The Rolling Stones. Followed by familiar faces, with seven appearances by Genesis and Styles, along with longtime Boxscore favorites like the Eagles, Dave Matthews Band and Billy Joel.
But among these classic rock legends, Tame the Impala expands the chart’s definition of rock music to include one of the greatest contemporary indie acts. Kevin Parker’s double-header at LA’s Hollywood Bowl on November 2-3 (#18) grossed $3 million and sold 34,500 tickets, achieving the biggest gross and attendance numbers of his career over more than a decade. their decade.
https://www.billboard.com/pro/the-rolling-stones-bts-lead-november-boxscore-late-season-shows/ The Rolling Stones & BTS Dominate November Boxscore – Billboard