Giras de Bunny, Yankee y Karol G de las más lucrativas

La gira de Bad Bunny es la más lucrativa para la semana del 5 de septiembre

AP Noticias
viernes 02 septiembre 2022 19:35

La gira de Bad Bunny es la más lucrativa del momento, con ingresos promedio de más de 7,9 millones de dólares.

Daddy Yankee y Karol G también figuran entre las 20 giras con mayores ingresos a nivel mundial, según la lista semanal de Pollstar. Yankee ocupa el 15o puesto, con ingresos de más de 1,8 millones de dólares. Karol G está en el 20o, con 940.298 dólares.

A continuación, las giras mundiales más lucrativas con ingresos promedio de taquilla por ciudad y costo promedio por boleto para la semana del 5 de septiembre. La lista se basa en información proporcionada a la publicación especializada Pollstar por promotores de conciertos y gerentes de recintos.

1. Bad Bunny; 7.938.803 dólares; 212,93 dólares.

2. Coldplay; 6.054.028 dólares; 96,86 dólares.

3. Lady Gaga; 5.339.111 dólares; 124,70 dólares.

4. Elton John; 5.319.754 dólares; 156,39 dólares.

5. Ed Sheeran; 5.021.684 dólares; 82,51 dólares.

6. Def Leppard / Mötley Crüe; 4.929.971 dólares; 129,53 dólares.

7. Guns N’ Roses; 4.028.540 dólares; 89,24 dólares.

8. The Killers; 3.203.736 dólares; 89,56 dólares.

9. Kenny Chesney; 2.891.110 dólares; 99,42 dólares.

10. Harry Styles; 2.574.497 dólares; 95,32 dólares.

11. Dead & Company; 2.418.102 dólares; 117,05 dólares.

12. Iron Maiden; 2.399.510 dólares; 76,03 dólares.

13. Queen + Adam Lambert; 2.238.481 dólares; 139,92 dólares.

14. Morgan Wallen; 1.982.622 dólares; 108,72 dólares.

15. Daddy Yankee; 1.884.537 dólares; 162,33 dólares.

16. Roger Waters; 1.498.870 dólares; 120,37 dólares.

17. Billie Eilish; 1.319.813 dólares; 87,51 dólares.

18. Chris Stapleton; 1.283.478 dólares; 82,15 dólares.

19. Michael Bublé; 1.246.463 dólares; 109,19 dólares.

20. Karol G; 940.298 dólares; 66,66 dólares.

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En internet: www.pollstar.com

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