Lady Gaga’s ‘Joanne’ World Tour Grossed Higher Averages Than Any Of Her Previous Tours

February 16, 2018 By Jordan Miller

The numbers are in! Lady Gaga’s Joanne World Tour was her best yet.

The numbers are in! Lady Gaga’s Joanne World Tour was her best yet.

The pop star had to cut the final 10 dates in Europe due to complications with fibromyalgia and chronic pain, but despite the bump in the road, Gaga still managed to achieve a career milestone.


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According to Billboard, the overall gross from the tour reached $95 million based on 841,935 sold tickets at 49 performances.

Mother Monster mostly played arenas, but there were several stadium shows sprinkled in, including Major League ballparks in New York City, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco with more than 218,000 tickets sold at six performances. Those dates were of course the most profitable. Read more about that here.

 

 

Here’s a copy + paste excerpt from Billboard regarding her past tours:

Compared to her earlier major arena tours: Monster Ball (2009-2011), Born This Way (2012-2013) and ArtRave: The Artpop Ball (2014), the Joanne jaunt produced higher gross averages than on any of the earlier tours, according to Billboard’s Boxscore archives. Her grosses in arenas were 7 percent higher per show on Joanne than on Born This Way and even higher on the other two — 28 percent higher than Monster Ball and 35 percent more than ArtRave.

If you missed the show, don’t fret. Rumor has it Gaga is beaming the concert to Netflix later this year.

No Gaga, no grossing!

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