Queen+AL 2017 NA Tour Ticket Sales

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Queen+AL 2017 NA Tour Ticket Sales

Postby slightlymad1970 » Sun Feb 05, 2017 8:15 pm

Looks like the Late Late Show performance has generated a lot of interest in the tour. With the modern way we can order tickets this day and age it's easy enough to see how most venues are selling, by clicking on the date and venue links you can get an up to date map of the arena and see what seats have been sold. A lot of venues look to be over 70% sold which is great news, with a bit more promotion venues such as the Hollywood Bowl, New York, Las Vegas and Dallas could easily sell out.

I hope the tour is successful and most shows sell out (fingers crossed) only time will tell if this tour will be the bands last major one, hope not, but at least so far it seems to be doing well.
 
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Re: Queen+AL 2017 NA Tour Ticket Sales

Postby Faellie » Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:40 pm

Does anyone know at what point on ticket sales the tour goes into profit?

It looks like its the low price tickets at the edge of the venues are what's mostly left now, with some venues sold out other than the VIP stuff.
 
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Re: Queen+AL 2017 NA Tour Ticket Sales

Postby slightlymad1970 » Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:55 pm

Great to see another date added to the tour at the Legendary Hollywood Bowl, will be interesting to see if these shows are filmed as Queen seem to like releasing/recording shows filmed over 2 nights (Montreal, Earls Court, Wembley etc)

The original date is almost sold out with only 76 Platinum seats available and 745 normal seats, not bad for a venue with a capacity of 17,500.
 
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