September 2008
Mix;Sep2008, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p18
The article reports on the increase of concert ticket sales in North America in 2007. According to Pollstar, ticket sales in 2007 accounted for $3.9 billion, with more than 30,000 shows presented including the top-selling tour "The Police," which grossed $133.2 million. It says that the average tour ticket price was $62.07 last year, which depicted an increase of $0.49 from 2006.


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