Pink Hits Career-High Tour Earnings in Australia & New Zealand

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The diva is now the second-highest-grossing artist of all time Down Under, behind solely The Rolling Stones.

Pink leads the Hot Tours tally (see beneath) dated Nov. 17, 2018, with reviews from the Oceania leg of the Beautiful Trauma World Tour. The enduring diva headed to Australia and New Zealand over the summer time and grossed a staggering $80.four million from 42 exhibits, based on figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

Pink has constructed up an particularly spectacular fanbase in Australia, having performed 46 exhibits there in 2013 and 59 dates on 2009’s Funhouse Tour. Take a glance beneath to see her trajectory during the last 11 years, rising her consumption with every tour.

2007: $19,799,467; 307,825 tickets offered; 36 exhibits

2009: $55,445,125; 669,824 tickets offered; 59 exhibits

2013: $72,718,00zero; 593,817 tickets offered; 46 exhibits

2018: $80,353,446; 559,361 tickets offered; 42 exhibits

With this 12 months’s extra $80 million, Pink’s profession gross climbs to $228 million -- making her the second-highest-grossing artist of all time in Australia and New Zealand, behind solely The Rolling Stones ($429.eight million).

Another artist making waves Down Under is Cher, impacting the Hot Tours recap at No. 5. In all, she performed two exhibits in New Zealand, grossing $1.7 million and 12 exhibits in Australia, pulling in $12.three million, promoting a mixed 115,776 tickets.

See beneath for the complete Hot Tours recap, together with rock legends Paul McCartney and Eric Clapton and a few of 2018’s largest chart-toppers, Drake and Bruno Mars.

 HOT TOURS - NOV. 17, 2018
 Ranked by Gross, Compiled from Boxscores reported Nov. 6 - Nov. 12
  
 ACT
 Total Gross
 Show Date Range
 Venue, City (Shows/Sellouts)
 Total Attendance (Capacity)
  
RANK 
1Pink
 $29,338,144
 Aug. 14 - Sept. 11
 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia (zero/6)
 Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand (zero/1)
 Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand (zero/7)
 160,313 (163,390)
  
2Drake
 $17,382,997 
 Aug. 21 - Oct. 29
 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto (2/2)
 The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (four/four)
 Oracle Arena, Oakland, Calif. (three/three)
 151,046 (151,046)
  
threeBruno Mars
 $17,196,882 
 Sept. 22 - Oct. 12
 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto (2/2)
 Barclays Center, Brooklyn (2/2)
 Bridgestone Arena, Nashville (2/2)
 BOK Center, Tulsa, Okla. (2/2)
 118,550 (118,550)
  
fourElton John
 Sept. 21 - Oct. 19
 $12,958,315.00
 Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (2/2)
 NYCB Live, Home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y. (1/1)
 PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, Pa. (1/1)
 Madison Square Garden, New York (2/2)
 86,186 (86,186)
  
5Cher
 $10,957,430 
 Sept. 21 - Oct. 20
 Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand (zero/2)
 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia (2/2)
 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia (zero/three)
 Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia (zero/1)
 WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, Australia (zero/1)
 Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney (zero/2)
 91,348 (95,126)
  
6Ed Sheeran
 $9,218,807 
 Nov. 7 - 10
 Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla. (1/1)
 Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Ga. (1/1)
 102,026 (102,026)
  
7Paul McCartney
 $9,078,239 
 Sept. 17 - 30
 Centre Videotron, Quebec City, Quebec (zero/1)
 Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec (1/1)
 Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba (1/1)
 Rogers Place, Edmonton, Alberta (1/1)
 58,990 (58,990)
  
eightMaroon 5
 $eight,254,261 
 Sept. 27 - Oct. 15
 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto (1/1)
 Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (zero/1)
 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia (zero/1)
 Madison Square Garden, New York (2/2)
 71,881 (73,513)
  
9Eric Clapton
 $6,741,558 
 Oct. 6-7
 Madison Square Garden, New York (2/2)
 30,496 (30,496)
  
10Metallica
 $6,459,750 
 Oct. 18 - 29
 PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, Pa. (zero/1)
 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia (1/1)
 Times Union Center, Albany, N.Y. (1/1)
 52,708 (52,971)