Pink's Beautiful Trauma Tour Has Already Earned $100 Million, Could Gross $275 Million Total


The trek should easily become the diva’s highest grossing tour ever.

With the completion the first North American leg P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour, she earns the No. 1 ranking on Billboard’s weekly Hot Tours tally (see list, below) based on over $100 million in ticket sales.

P!nk played 38 arenas in U.S. and Canadian cities during the trek’s opening three-month run, beginning on March 1, drawing more than 712,000 fans to 46 sold out performances.

Based on sales from the first leg the trek, Billboard estimates the overall gross from the Beautiful Trauma run — which continues through 2019 — could potentially hit $275 million or more by the time it wraps next May. That would easily make the trek P!nk’s highest grossing tour ever, surpassing the $183 million earned by her The Truth About Love Tour in 2013 and 2014.

The new tour supports the pop star’s seventh studio album Beautiful Trauma that was released last October. The opening jaunt began in Phoenix on March 1 at Talking Stick Resort Arena and wrapped with concerts in two Los Angeles arenas – Staples Center on May 31 and The Forum in Inglewood the following evening.

Eight the 38 venues in North American markets hosted the tour for two-night engagements. New York City’s Madison Square Garden was the top grosser with $5.9 million in sales on April 4 and 5. That two-show gross makes P!nk the most successful concert headliner at the arena so far this year based on box fice revenue. It surpasses a $5.1 million gross from three Romeo Santos shows in February. Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center claims the top gross from a single performance during the run with a $2.8 million take at her April 13 concert.

The Beautiful Trauma trek will head next to Australia and New Zealand, beginning on July 3 in the city Perth in Western Australia. P!nk is set to perform 42 shows in seven cities during a 10-week span that ends on Sept. 11 in Auckland, New Zealand. Her last headlining effort Down Under during 2013’s The Truth About Love tour featured 46 sold out shows on the continent – including a record-breaking 18-night run at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. She played six arenas in five cities that year and racked up $73 million.

  HOT TOURS – JUNE 12, 2018
  Ranked by Gross.  Compiled from Boxscores reported June 5-11
Rank ACT
  Total Gross
  Show Date Range
  Venue/City (Shows/Sellouts)
  Total Attendance (Capacity)
1 P!NK
  March 1-June 1
  Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix (1/1)
  INTRUST Bank Arena, Wichita, Kan. (1/1)
  BOK Center, Tulsa, Okla. (1/1)
  Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Neb. (1/1)
  United Center, Chiacgo (2/2)
  Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn. (1/1)
  Scottrade Center, St. Louis (1/1)
  Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo. (1/1)
  Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis (1/1)
  Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1/1)
  Air Canada Centre, Toronto (2/2)
  KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky. (1/1)
  Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland (1/1)
  Madison Square Garden, New York (2/2)
  PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh (1/1)
  TD Garden, Boston (2/2)
  Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia (1/1)
  Prudential Center, Newark, N.J. (1/1)
  Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (2/2)
  John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville, Va. (1/1)
  Philips Arena, Atlanta (1/1)
  Amway Center, Orlando (1/1)
  BB&T Center, Sunrise, Fla. (1/1)
  Toyota Center, Houston (2/2)
  American Airlines Center, Dallas (2/2)
  Pepsi Center, Denver (1/1)
  Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City (1/1)
  Rogers Arena, Vancouver (1/1)
  KeyArena, Seattle (1/1)
  Moda Center, Portland (1/1)
  Oracle Arena, Oakland (2/2)
  Save Mart Center, Fresno, Calif. (1/1)
  Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, Calif. (1/1)
  Honda Center, Anahaim (1/1)
  T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas (1/1)
  Valley View Casino Center, San Diego (1/1)
  Staples Center, Los Angeles (1/1)
  The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (1/1)
  712,369 (712,369)
  June 6-9
  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (1/0)
  Lakeview Amphitheater, Syracuse, N.Y. (1/0)
  Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia (1/1)
  89,343 (94,885)
  May 30-June 2
  FedExForum, Memphis (1/1)
  PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh (1/1)
  Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia (1/1)
  48,971 (48,971)
  April 7-May 14
  Prudential Center, Newark, N.J. (2/2)
  Air Canada Centre, Toronto (1/1)
  Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (1/0)
  60,273 (60,539)
  Feb. 15-June 6
  Barcelo Maya Resort, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico (3/3)
  XFINITY Center, Mansfield, Mass. (1/0)
  BB&T Pavilion, Camden, N.J. (2/0)
  Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati (1/0)
  Ruf Home Mortgage Music Center, Noblesville, Ind. (1/0)
  88,590 (119,342)
  May 8-20
  Movistar Arena, Santiago (1/0)
  Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires (1/0)
  Allianz Parque, São Paulo (1/0)
  Pedreira Paulo Leminski, Curitiba, Brazil (1/0)
  Estádio do Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (1/0)
  Jeunesse Arena, Rio de Janeiro (1/0)
  90,770 (134,585)
  April 11
  Estadio Nacional, Santiago (1/0)
  47,920 (57,757)
  May 10-29
  The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (2/2)
  Madison Square Garden, New York (1/1)
  38,759 (38,759)
  May 25-June 2
  Oracle Arena, Oakland (1/1)
  MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas (1/0)
  American Airlines Center, Dallas (1/0)
  Toyota Center, Houston (1/0)
  37,284 (45,836)
  May 14-June 2
  Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg (1/0)
  Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berliln (2/2)
  33,711 (34,755)