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Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: georgelicks ()
Date: October 12, 2006 00:40

The Rolling Stones
Bell Centre
Montreal, Quebec
Jan. 10, 2006
$2,391,173
16,622
16,622
1
1
$299.78, $137.04, $84.79, $51.39
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones TD Banknorth Garden
Boston, Mass.
Jan. 13-15, 2006
$4,990,074
25,147 /
25,147
2 /
2
$450, $160, $99, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones Madison Square Garden
New York, N.Y.
Jan. 18-20, 2006
$6,808,320
29,682 /
29,682
2 /
2
$450, $160, $99, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones United Center
Chicago, Ill.
Jan. 23-25, 2006
$5,545,431
29,997 /
29,997
2 /
2
$450, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Savvis Center
St. Louis, Mo.
Jan. 27, 2006
$2,625,950
15,632
15,632
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Qwest Center
Omaha, Neb.
Jan. 29, 2006
$2,342,875
14,074
14,074
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
1st Mariner Arena
Baltimore, Md.
Feb. 1, 2006
$2,429,761
12,423
12,423
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Philips Arena
Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. 8, 2006
$2,244,647
13,171
13,171
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jose Miguel Agrelot
Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
Feb. 11, 2006
$3,122,443
15,088
15,088
1
1
$386, $61
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure/Rocktropic

The Rolling Stones Estadio River Plate
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Feb. 21-23, 2006
$6,483,997
141,092 /
141,092
2 /
2
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones Foro Sol
Mexico City, Mexico
Feb. 26, 2006
$5,206,428
51,482 /
51,482
1 /
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Estadio Universitario
Monterrey, Mexico
March 1, 2006
$2,748,492
28,660
30,167
1
0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
MGM Grand Garden
Las Vegas, Nev.
March 4, 2006
$4,151,910
13,805
13,805
1
1
$450, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
The Forum
Inglewood, Calif.
March 6, 2006
$2,842,625
13,899
13,899
1
1
$450, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Alltel Arena
North Little Rock, Ark.
March 9, 2006
$2,132,400
14,567
14,567
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
BankAtlantic Center
Sunrise, Fla.
March 12, 2006
$2,923,241
15,305
15,305
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Radio City Music Hall
New York, N.Y.
March 14, 2006
$8,625,590
5,800
5,800
1
1
$1,500
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Tokyo Dome
Tokyo, Japan
March 22-24, 2006
$8,809,023
78,287 /
86,898
2 /
0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Sapporo Dome
Sapporo, Japan
March 29, 2006
$3,112,528
33,112
35,000
1
0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Saitama Super Arena
Saitama, Japan
April 2, 2006
$2,811,378
16,800
16,800
1
1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Nagoya Dome
Nagoya, Japan
April 5, 2006
$3,389,566
35,125
37,000
1
0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Shanghai Grand Stage
Shanghai, China
April 8, 2006
$1,145,977
8,511
8,511
1
1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones Telstra Stadium
Sydney, Australia
April 11, 2006
$5,036,002
58,611 /
58,611
1 /
1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Melbourne Park, Rod Laver Arena
Melbourne, Australia
April 13, 2006
$2,349,428
13,008
13,008
1
1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Western Springs Stadium
Auckland, New Zealand
April 16, 2006
$4,298,034
53,218
53,218
1
1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

The Rolling Stones
Westpac Stadium
Wellington, New Zealand
April 18, 2006
$4,096,736
38,324
38,324
1
1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure


The Rolling Stones
Stadio San Siro
Milan, Italy
July 11, 2006
$3,850,513
56,175
67,509
1
0
$68.54
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Ernst Happel Stadion
Vienna, Austria
July 14, 2006
$3,512,366
39,328
51,390
1
0
$89.31
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Olympiastadion
Munich, Germany
July 16, 2006
$5,770,265
53,501
72,074
1
0
$107.85
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
AWD-Arena
Hannover, Germany
July 19, 2006
$3,419,676
34,595
44,676
1
0
$98.85
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Olympiastadion
Berlin, Germany
July 21, 2006
$3,997,912
44,989
65,995
1
0
$88.86
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
RheinEnergieStadion
Koln, Germany
July 23, 2006
$4,156,755
37,642
39,212
1
0
$110.43
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Stade De France
Paris, France
July 28, 2006
$5,956,525
62,761
80,000
1
0
$94.91
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Amsterdam Arena
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
July 31, 2006
$5,585,441
50,001
52,969
1
0
$111.71
Concert Productions International/Live Nation


The Rolling Stones
Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion
Stuttgart, Germany
Aug. 3, 2006
$4,804,206
50,399
53,972
1
0
$95.32
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Dubendorf Airfield
Zurich, Switzerland
Aug. 5, 2006
$8,146,543
65,135
69,000
1
0
$125.07
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Le Palais Nikala
Nice, France
Aug. 8, 2006
$3,356,525
46,882
54,128
1
0
$71.60
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Estadio do Dragao
Porto, Portugal
Aug. 12, 2006
$3,554,944
47,801
51,990
1
0
$74.37
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Estadio Jose Zorrilla
Valladolid, Spain
Aug. 14, 2006 (CANCELLED)
$2,995,306
34,718
37,572
1
0
$86.28
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Estadio Santo Domingo
El Ejido, Spain
Aug. 16, 2006 (CANCELLED)
$4,108,796
41,872
52,419
1
0
$98.13
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Twickenham Stadium
London, England
Aug. 20, 22, 2006
$13,526,368
100,540
109,892
2
0
$134.54
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Hampden Park
Glasgow, Scotland
Aug. 25, 2006
$4,022,000
31,495
33,506
1
0
$127.70
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Don Valley Stadium
Sheffield, England
Aug. 27, 2006
$4,596,417
34,034
34,741
1
0
$135.05
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Millennium Stadium
Cardiff, Wales
Aug. 29, 2006
$5,534,100
48,988
57,224
1
0
$112.97
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Koengen Festival Site
Bergen, Norway
Sept. 1, 2006
$3,169,218
20,375
20,375
1
1
$155.54
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Horsens Forum Outdoor
Horsens, Denmark
Sept. 3, 2006
$8,838,178
84,588
85,300
1
0
$104.49
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Gillette Stadium
Foxboro, Mass.
Sept. 20, 2006
$4,042,193
44,115
45,285
1
0
$91.63
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Halifax Commons
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Sept. 23, 2006
$4,322,252
50,000
50,000
1
1
$86.45
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Giants Stadium
East Rutherford, N.J.
Sept. 27, 2006
$6,146,539
48,715
48,715
1
1
$126.17
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

The Rolling Stones
Churchill Downs
Louisville, Ky.
Sept. 29, 2006
$5,060,297
40,912
40,912
1
1
$123.69
Concert Productions International/Live Nation

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Date: October 12, 2006 00:46

i knew the attendance in germany was bad, but i didn't quite know the extent . . .

you can't catch me!

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: georgelicks ()
Date: October 12, 2006 00:53

1 sellout in Europe out of 19 shows (or 21 if we count Spain)

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Date: October 12, 2006 00:54

actually, 4 sellouts in europe: Mick, Keith, Ronnie, & Charlie!

you can't catch me!

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: MicknSteven ()
Date: October 12, 2006 01:26

Wow, Eurpoe also sold bad...Interesting to note the Capacity for the two US shows are wrong, there were still lots of tickets availble.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Lorenz ()
Date: October 12, 2006 01:37

Very interesting, many thanks!
There hasn't been a big demand for the Stones, it seems...
They sold really bad in some places!


Belgrade-Bucharest-Budapest-Brno

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: MicknSteven ()
Date: October 12, 2006 01:39

Yeah, its the sad truth, i cant wait to see the numbers for the rest of the tour, i wonder how will the promter explain tonights Show. lol...


There has been lots of talk about the Stones Playing Shows in Europe, i dont see that happening unless they play a few club dates here or there, but stadiums? Not based on thoes numbers....

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 12, 2006 02:13

MicknSteven Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Wow, Eurpoe also sold bad...Interesting to note
> the Capacity for the two US shows are wrong, there
> were still lots of tickets availble.


Dont forget that a few of those shows in July were rescheduled and therefore quite a few people wouldnt have been able to go to the concerts on the new date

Some serious papering there. No way do Gillette and Giants hold as few people as that for a rock concert



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2006-10-12 02:28 by Gazza.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Halup ()
Date: October 12, 2006 02:31

I didn't realize the Puerto Rico show was really in Hato Rey, not in San Juan.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: DGA35 ()
Date: October 12, 2006 02:37

Thanks for the info!

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: stickyfingers101 ()
Date: October 12, 2006 03:46

Notorious NIK...best comment ever...good one.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: HalfNanker ()
Date: October 12, 2006 04:48

what do the two single digit numbers at the end of each entry mean?

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 12, 2006 04:57

I think it means number of shows (at that venue) and number of sellouts

So, in Buenos Aires they played to 141,092 people, 2 shows, both sellouts

The prices quoted are a bit strange. At some of the American venues, they seem to include just the highest and lowest prices - yet theres a single figure for each of the European shows and the current American shows. I guess that means the average ticket price? (Total gross divided by number of tickets sold)

In which case, I find it hard to believe that the average ticket price for London was $134 (about £70). It was higher.

And if $91 was the average price for Gillette Stadium, when there were THOUSANDS on sale for $450, that suggests a large percentage of tickets were slashed by a huge amount to get 44,000 people in.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: georgelicks ()
Date: October 12, 2006 05:05

Tour stats (as of Sept. 29):

2005
Shows: 43
Tickets sold: 1,209,429
Gross: $162.000,000

2006
Shows: 54
Tickets sold: 1,884,353 (Europe: 909,229)
Gross: $29,378,231 (US - Jan 10/Feb 8)
Gross: $17,561,360 (Latin America - Feb. 11/March 1)
Gross: $20,675,766 (US - March 4/14)
Gross: $35,048,672 (Asia/Austr. - March 22/April 18)
Gross: $95,797,952 (Europe - July 11/Sept. 3)
Gross: $19,571,281 (US - Sept. 20/29)

US Gross 2006 so far: $69.625,278

2006 Gross so far: $218.033,262
Tickets sold 2005/2006: 3.093,782
2005/2006 Gross: $380.000,000

The free show in Brazil and the canceled dates in Spain are not included here.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: stickydion ()
Date: October 12, 2006 05:27

MicknSteven wrote
"There has been lots of talk about the Stones Playing Shows in Europe, i dont see that happening unless they play a few club dates here or there, but stadiums? Not based on those numbers...."

I think you're seriously wrong. If a band sells 909.233 tickets (not including the two cancelled spanish shows) doing 19 gigs, during a "shattered" european tour, with rescheduled -as Gazza notes- concerts, with these annoying ticket prices... THEN this band has strong reasons to prepare another stadium tour. And i'm afraid of something: unfortunately, they don't need to reduce the prices. Maybe only a bit...

Yes, in Europe 2006 they had only one sellout and 10 gigs close or very close to sellout. So what? Who cares about sellouts number today? Noone- expect a few ..."maniacs" like us. "Grosses- attendance", tickets sold- that's the most important thing. For them, for M. Cohl, for the music industry. According to Billboard (end of 2003), on the entire Licks Tour they sold out - worldwide- 60% of the gigs, only. Springsteen, 57%. I bet, not even Georgelicks remember it. Everyone remembers "Stones attracted 3.5 million people", "Bruce 2.8". Their tickets policy is based on this.

The attedance in Germany was really low. But even in Germany, where World Cup took place, the whole situation had been better in comparison to France 1998- another place, another summer of World Cup tournament. Then, in France they cancelled three out four (!!) gigs due to slow ticket sales. In 2006 they did five gigs- two of them (Coln, Stuttgart) very close to sell out. The others far from it, of course. But, i repeat, noone cares about this figure, if stadiums are giving a decent (atleast) picture. And Cohl knows how to do that.

Speaking about Europe 2007 they have a good base. Countries and cities in which they had sold well, before the @#$%& cancelations. Barcelona, Madrid, Sweeden, Brussels, Greece. I think they had sold 500,000 tickets approximately for all the canceled shows, right? Good base, unless people are still angry due to cancelations and want to "punish" them... I don't think so... Also, i think that they will hit again countries they've played in 2006. Maybe Germany (i bet for Frankfurt), Italy (i say it's Rome's time- last gig in 1990 there!), Holland (Kuip, not Arena), Enlgland (finally, Wemplay) and Paris.

By the way, only Paris number (62,761) surprises me. Reviews and articles (i mean France Press) reported about a packed stadium, 89,000 people! Phd was really proud of it. Hard to believe that only 63,000 people created this general impression. My point: ? smell something like Taxis tricks here- and perhaps not only in Paris. Am i a suspicious guy, mr Cohl???

On ABB tour the Stones have played to 2.9 million people for the time being - not including Rio's gig and fall tour. They will add 800,000 in USA - Canada until the end of the year. A number like 3.7 million before they'll play Europe again (and maybe Asia too) is more than remarkable. Counting 1.2 million from Rio's gig - something like officialy comfirmed number- total number turns to almost 5 million. IMO they can easily play to another one million or so in Europe next summer. Considering the prices, the high frequency of Stones tours in the last years, this is marvellous! MicknSteven, if they attract so many people, who cares if one stadium is filled 80% and the other for 95%? Who, really?

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: stickydion ()
Date: October 12, 2006 05:38

Hell... I estimated the whole thing, haven't seen that Georgelics presented the exact numbers. Job for nothing! Anyway...My PC "found out" 4 more sold tickets in Europe!

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: JumpingKentFlash ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:09

When you're on tour with a World Cup being played you always sell less I think.

JumpingKentFlash

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: FrankM ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:23

If the numbers Georgelicks provided are correct as of Sep. 29, then they might break the 400 million barrier very soon- maybe around the Oct. 17th show.

I looked at all the shows post Sep. 29 and figured they should add at least another 50 million to the 380 million they have already piled up according to Georgelicks. As it stands now the tour should gross about 430 million.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Jack Knife ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:25

Of course "MickNSteven" knows more about the "real" numbers than the official tallies. Why bother having official industry tabulations...why don't they just ask him?

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: 1962 ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:40

Thanks Georgelicks!
T Shirts not included? (plus 50m or so!)

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: FrankM ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:47

I just don't understand why people are getting so down about the lack of sellouts. Yes if they were playing a 10,000 seat arena and didn't sell it out it might be embarrassing, but if you sell 50,000 tix at a stadium that holds 60,000 who gives a crap if it's a sellout or not.

They don't custom build these stadiums for the Stones. Some are big, some are gigantic. If the stadium held 50,000 it would have been a sell out. So the stadium is a little bigger. Big deal.

Look at the big picture- their average attendance in Europe was nearly 50,000. If Europe sales are disappointing to someone then I think it is just nitpicking. Like getting a Jaguar for Christmas and complaining about a small scratch on the hood.

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: 1962 ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:50

Is ABB Tour is going to be a world record?
Which is the world record till this time? Vodoo Lounge? Numbers?
What about Madonna or U2?

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: JumpingKentFlash ()
Date: October 12, 2006 09:59

World record is held by Voodoo Lounge, but A Bigger Bang has already beaten it I think.

JumpingKentFlash

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: FrankM ()
Date: October 12, 2006 10:01

I think both the ABB tour and Vertigo tour have already surpassed the Voodoo Lounge tour. I think when all is said and done it will be;

1)ABB tour
2)Vertigo tour
3)Voodoo Lounge tour (maybe the most successful when you take ticket prices into account).

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Date: October 12, 2006 10:24

Paris, France
July 28, 2006
$5,956,525
62,761
80,000

absolutely incorrect, Paris was a sell out, or very near sell out.. The field was packed in a way wich is unbelieveble

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: 1962 ()
Date: October 12, 2006 10:29

The biggest gross was Horsens. 8,8 m !!!

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Doc ()
Date: October 12, 2006 11:57

Tell me... Sister M... Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Paris, France
> July 28, 2006
> $5,956,525
> 62,761
> 80,000
>
> The field was packed in a way
> wich is unbelieveble


You should have turned your head to watch the empty seats in the middle and upper section of the stadium.
My guess was about 8,000 empty seats

[doctorstonesblog.blogspot.com]

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Doc ()
Date: October 12, 2006 11:58

Georgelicks,

Do you have the figures of the 2005 leg ???

[doctorstonesblog.blogspot.com]

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 12, 2006 12:25

FrankM Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> I think both the ABB tour and Vertigo tour have
> already surpassed the Voodoo Lounge tour. I think
> when all is said and done it will be;
>
> 1)ABB tour
> 2)Vertigo tour
> 3)Voodoo Lounge tour (maybe the most successful
> when you take ticket prices into account).


yep..Voodoo Lounge remains the most successful tour of all time. Any tours that have outgrossed it have only done so because of inflation

Re: Complete 2006 Stones BOXSCORE (Jan.-Sept.)
Posted by: erikjjf ()
Date: October 12, 2006 12:29

Doc Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Do you have the figures of the 2005 leg ???

01-02. Fenway Park, Boston, Mass.
Aug. 21, 23, 2005
$10,686,758
70,428 / 70,428
2 / 2
$350, $60

03. Rentschler Field, East Hartford, Conn.
Aug. 26, 2005
$4,783,160
40,624 / 40,624

04. Lansdowne Park, Frank Clair Stadium, Ottawa, Ontario
Aug. 28, 2005
$4,983,538
47,997 / 47,997

05. Comerica Park, Detroit, Mich.
Aug. 31, 2005
$3,857,695
44,635 / 44,635

06. Magnetic Hill, Moncton, New Brunswick
Sept. 3, 2005
$7,223,198
89,260 / 89,260
1 / 1
$350, $60

07. Soldier Field, Chicago, Ill.
Sept. 10, 2005
$7,231,427
55,046 / 55,046
1 / 1
$350, $60

08. Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.
Sept. 15, 2005
$8,692,788
59,184 / 59,184
1 / 1
$350, $60

09. Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Sept. 26, 2005
$5,043,850
50,872 / 50,872
1 / 1
$350, $60

10. PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sept. 28, 2005
$4,935,440
42,129 / 44,000

11. Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, Pa.
Oct. 1, 2005
$4,277,587
43,577 / 43,577

12. Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.
Oct. 6, 2005
$5,707,785
57,908 / 57,908
1 / 1
$350, $60

13. Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, N.C.
Oct. 8, 2005
$4,232,440
47,753 / 47,753

14-15. Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 10, 12, 2005
$5,837,502
31,481 / 31,481
2 / 2
$450, $160, $99, $60

16. Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim, Calif.
Nov. 4, 2005
$6,792,416
48,480 / 48,480
1 / 1
$350, $60

17. Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, Calif.
Nov. 6, 8, 2005
$5,953,928
35,711 / 35,711
2 / 2
$350, $60

18. Petco Park, San Diego, Calif.
Nov. 11, 2005
$5,956,083
44,310 / 44,310
1 / 1
$350, $60

19-20. SBC Park, San Francisco, Calif.
Nov. 13, 15, 2005
$11,210,733
87,054 / 88,264
2 / 0
$500, $60

21. MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas, Nev.
Nov. 18, 2005
$4,053,289
13,898 / 13,898
1 / 1
$475, $135

22. Save Mart Center, Fresno, Calif.
Nov. 20, 2005
$2,324,305
13,378 / 13,378
1 / 1
$350, $75

23. Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.
Nov. 24, 2005
$2,707,590
15,091 / 15,385
1 / 0
$350, $75

24. Glendale Arena, Glendale, Ariz.
Nov. 27, 2005
$2,553,855
14,784 / 14,784
1 / 1
$350, $75

25. American Airlines Center
Dallas, Texas
Nov. 29, 2005
$2,792,740
15,351 / 15,351
1 / 1
$350, $75

26. Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Dec. 1, 2005
$2,616,385
15,251 / 15,251
1 / 1
$350, $75

27. FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tenn.
Dec. 3, 2005
$2,294,765
14,688 / 14,688
1 / 1
$350, $75

28. Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Jan. 10, 2006
$2,391,173
16,622 / 16,622
1 / 1
$299.78, $137.04, $84.79, $51.39
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

29-30. TD Banknorth Garden, Boston, Mass.
Jan. 13-15, 2006
$4,990,074
25,147 / 25,147
2 / 2
$450, $160, $99, $60

31-32. Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.
Jan. 18-20, 2006
$6,808,320
29,682 / 29,682
2 / 2
$450, $160, $99, $60

33-34. United Center, Chicago, Ill.
Jan. 23-25, 2006
$5,545,431
29,997 / 29,997
2 / 2
$450, $60

35. Savvis Center, St. Louis, Mo.
Jan. 27, 2006
$2,625,950
15,632 / 15,632
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

36. Qwest Center, Omaha, Neb.
Jan. 29, 2006
$2,342,875
14,074 / 14,074
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

37. 1st Mariner Arena, Baltimore, Md.
Feb. 1, 2006
$2,429,761
12,423 / 12,423
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

38. Philips Arena, Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. 8, 2006
$2,244,647
13,171 / 13,171
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

39. Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jose Miguel Agrelot, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
Feb. 11, 2006
$3,122,443
15,088 / 15,088
1 / 1
$386, $61
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure/Rocktropic

40-41. Estadio River Plate
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Feb. 21-23, 2006
$6,483,997
141,092 / 141,092
2 / 2
$84, $25

42. Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
Feb. 26, 2006
$5,206,428
51,482 / 51,482
1 / 1
$350, $60

43 Estadio Universitario, Monterrey, Mexico
March 1, 2006
$2,748,492
28,660 / 30,167
1 / 0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

44. MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas, Nev.
March 4, 2006
$4,151,910
13,805 / 13,805
1 / 1
$450, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

45. The Forum, Inglewood, Calif.
March 6, 2006
$2,842,625
13,899 / 13,899
1 / 1
$450, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

46. Alltel Arena
North Little Rock, Ark.
March 9, 2006
$2,132,400
14,567 / 14,567
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

47. BankAtlantic Center
Sunrise, Fla.
March 12, 2006
$2,923,241
15,305 / 15,305
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

48-49. Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
March 22-24, 2006
$8,809,023
78,287 / 86,898
2 / 0
$350, $60

50. Sapporo Dome, Sapporo, Japan
March 29, 2006
$3,112,528
33,112 / 35,000
1 / 0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

51. Saitama Super Arena
Saitama, Japan
April 2, 2006
$2,811,378
16,800 / 16,800
1 / 1
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

52. Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan
April 5, 2006
$3,389,566
35,125 / 37,000
1 / 0
$350, $60
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

53. Shanghai Grand Stage, Shanghai, China
April 8, 2006
$1,145,977
8,511 / 8,511
1 / 1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

54. Telstra Stadium, Sydney, Australia
April 11, 2006
$5,036,002
58,611 / 58,611
1 / 1
$350, $35

55. Melbourne Park, Rod Laver Arena
Melbourne, Australia
April 13, 2006
$2,349,428
13,008 / 13,008
1 / 1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

56. Western Springs Stadium
Auckland, New Zealand
April 16, 2006
$4,298,034
53,218 / 53,218
1 / 1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

57. The Rolling Stones
Westpac Stadium
Wellington, New Zealand
April 18, 2006
$4,096,736
38,324 / 38,324
1 / 1
$350, $35
Concert Productions International/The Next Adventure

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