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BoxScore Stats

April, 2000

 

AB Boxscore chart for 04/25/2000:
KISS placed #7, #8 and #14 on the chart. All 3 concerts, Greensboro, Charlotte and Grenville, were sellouts. The gross sales for the three dates were just under $2.1 Million.


 

BoxScore Stats

May, 2000

 

AB Boxscore chart for 05/09/2000:
KISS placed 4th with the April 2nd concert in Dallas, TX. The show grossed $728,899 and had a sellout crowd of 18,135 people.

AB Boxscore chart for 05/23/2000:
In 4th place was the May 20th concert at Deer Creek Music Center, just outside of Indianapolis. Indy drew 22,633 screaming fans for a gross of $1,030,697.
The May 7th concert at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich. placed 9th, grossing $621,589. 11,791 fans packed the venue.
The May 20th show in Indianapolis was the top grossing concert that was NOT either a stadium concert or a multi-night engagement.

AB Boxscore chart for 05/30/2000:
Placing 4th was the May 19th show in Milwaukee. The concert grossed $670,177 and drew 17,172 people out of a venue capacity of 22,828.
Placing 7th was the May 22nd stop in Cincinnati. 11,209 fans (about 55% of capacity) saw KISS as the concert grossed $500,750.
Placing 8th was the Peoria, IL. show on May 15th. The concert grossed $419,795 and drew 9,130 fans, a sellout.


 

BoxScore Stats

June, 2000

 

AB Boxscore chart for 06/06/2000:
Placing 6th was the May 26th show in Burgettstown, Pa. The concert grossed $614,934 and drew 14,946 fans.

AB Boxscore chart for 06/13/2000:
Placing 5th was the 2 shows in Cleveland on May 5-6. The 2 concerts grossed $1,685,210, drew 26,698 fans out of a possible 35,000 seats.
Placing 9th was Charleston, W.Va. on May 2nd. 7,711 tickets, out of a capasity of 10,000, were sold to gross $361,745.

AB Boxscore chart for 06/27/2000:
Placing 2nd were the 2 shows in Detroit at the Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills May 24-25. The two shows grossed $1,728,300 For a 2 night sellout of 27,493 fans.
Placing 6th were the 2 shows at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, N.Y. June 9-10. The shows grossed $1,292,865 and attracted 23,542 fans from a capacity of 28,200 seats.


 

BoxScore Stats

July, 2000

 

KISS - 9/9/2000 (Indianapolis)AB Boxscore Chart for 7/4/2000:
KISS didn't place any concerts in the top 10 for this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 7/11/00:
KISS placed 8th for the June 27-28 shows. The engagements grossed $1,565,100 and sold 27,910 tickets out of a possible 30,000.

AB Boxscore Chart for 7/18/00:
KISS placed 7th for theHershey, Pa. show on July 5th. The concert grossed $844,177 and 18,232 tickets were sold out of 28,824 available.

AB Boxscore Chart for 7/25/2000:
KISS was squeezed out of this weeks chart by 9 Summer Sanitarium Tour dates being reported at once.


 

Geriatric Rockers Rule Road

July 5, 2000

 

In a story that details the concerts for the first 6 months of the year, KISS was on top with the most tickets sold.
"Aging rockers in KISS beat 'N Sync the old fashioned way--by busting their asses. The makeup-caked glam gods played 66 shows during the first half of the year and sold more tickets (802,510) than any other act. (By comparison, 'N Sync played 34 shows and sold 641,126 tickets.)"
The top 10 tours, (Gross $)
1. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band: $45.2 million
2. Tina Turner: $42.7 million
3. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: $42.1 million
4. KISS: $39 million
5. 'N Sync: $30 million
6. Backstreet Boys: $25.8 million
7. Ricky Martin: $22.9 million
8. George Strait Country Music Festival: $21 million
9. Luis Miguel: $20 million
10. Red Hot Chili Peppers: $17.7 million


 

BoxScore Stats

August, 2000

 

AB Boxscore Chart for 8/1/2000:
KISS didn't place any concerts in the top 10 for this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 8/9/2000:
For the 3 time in 4 weeks, KISS didn't place any concerts in the top 10 for this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 8/22/2000:
KISS placed 3rd on this weeks chart. The concert at The George in George, Wash., grossed $955,339 and attracted 17,676 fans.

AB Boxscore Chart for 8/29/2000:
KISS did not place and concerts within the top ten because 8 European Tina Turn stadium shows from July and August.


 

BoxScore Stats

September, 2000

 

AB Boxscore Chart for 9/5/2000:
KISS did not place any concerts within the top ten for this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 9/12/2000:
Again, KISS did not place and concerts within the top ten for this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 9/19/2000:
KISS did not place and concerts within the top ten for this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 9/26/2000:
The dry spell continues for KISS. They didn't place a concert in the top 10 of this weeks chart.


 

BoxScore Stats

October, 2000

 

AB Boxscore Chart for 10/03/2000:
KISS didn't place a concert in the top 10 of this weeks chart.

AB Boxscore Chart for 10/10/2000:
KISS did not place any concerts within the top ten for this weeks chart.


 

#4 on all time list

October 5, 2000

 

(10/05/00)
According to SFX.com, the KISS Farewell Tour is currently ranks as the fourth highest-grossing tour of all time.


 

KISS delivers as top PPV Concert

December 5, 2000

 

In an off year for music on PPV, the only concert this year to pocket more than $1 million was KISS' Oct. 7 performance, which delivered $1.2 million or 20% of all music on PPV.


 

KISS is the #4 tour of the year

December 30, 2000

 

KISS @ Indy, 9/9/2000KISS placed fourth with $62.7 million on thier Farwell Tour.
Tina Turner was tops on tour with $80.2 million, but 'N Sync (#2 with $76.4 million) sold more tickets than anyone else for the second consecutive year as 1.65 million fans passed through the turnstiles. The Dave Matthews Band was hot on 'N Sync's tail with 1.64 million tickets sold, followed by KISS and Britney Spears with about 1.3 million each, and Turner with 1.25 million.
KISS were the hardest working band, playing 128 shows in 120 cities as part of their latest farewell tour. Only popular parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic played more dates -- 150 in 141 cities, grossing $5.7 million.
The Top 20:
1. Tina Turner - $80.2 million.
2. 'N Sync - $76.4 million.
3. Dave Matthews Band - $68.2 million.
4. Kiss - $62.7 million.
5. Tim McGraw/Faith Hill - $48.8 million.
6. Dixie Chicks - $47.3 million.
7. Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - $45.9 million.
8. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - $42.1 million.
9. Metallica - $42 million.
10. Britney Spears - $40.5 million.
11. Ricky Martin - $37.2 million.
12. Red Hot Chili Peppers - $31.3 million.
13. Sting - $28.9 million.
14. Barbra Streisand - $27 million.
15. Creed - $26.2 million.
16. Santana - $26.1 million.
17. Backstreet Boys - $25.8 million.
18. Jimmy Buffett - $24.1 million.
19. "Up in Smoke Tour" - $22.2 million.
20. Phish - $21.4 million.


 

Top 5 KISS Farewell USA Tour Dates

Indianapolis # 1

 

Place

Date

City

Attend.

Gross

1.

05/20/2000

Indianapolis

22,633

$1,030,697

2.

03/31/2000

San Antonio

20,760

$835,000(approx)

3.

07/05/2000

Hershey, PA.

18,232

$844,177

4.

04/02/2000

Dallas

18,135

$728,899

5.

04/22/2000

Greensboro

17,685

$710,000(approx)

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