Justin Timberlake’s chart-topping turn on LIVE75 is based on an average of 14,976 sold tickets from six concerts in March led by a performance at Kansas City’s Sprint Center, the best-attended show of the six in this tally. The arena sold 17,528 tickets for a sold-out concert on March 21 with a gross totaling $2.6 million.
Ticket counts at the other five arenas were 16,676 at CHI Health Center in Omaha, Neb. and 15,466 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Oakland’s Oracle Arena sold 15,352 tickets, and Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena had 13,092 sold seats. Lastly, Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif., moved 11,745 tickets.
Timberlake scores his No. 1 ranking on the chart just as his tour reached its finale on April 13, the last night of a two-show stint at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. With only a handful of boxoffice reports outstanding, revenue currently totals $207.1 million from the entire tour based on 1,621,615 sold tickets at 105 concerts. The tour has averaged $1.97 million in earnings per show since its launch 13 months ago, showing an increase in the average gross compared to his 20/20 Experience world tour that spanned 14 months. That tour averaged $1.76 million per show during its run from Nov. 2013 through the beginning of 2015. Attendance averages from Man of the Woods also show a slight increase over the 20/20 run with 15,443 tickets per show compared to 14,958 from five years ago.