Madonna is bringing in the big bucks with her latest tour!
The “Express Yourself” pop icon’s show brought in $9.6 million across its opening dates at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House in New York City, according to Billboard Boxscore on Wednesday (October 23).
The show kicked off in September, and ran for 16 sold-out dates in the intimate setting, resulting in 31,401 tickets sold overall.
She grossed $5.5 million in September, followed by $4.1 million in October, averaging $601,985 and 1,963 tickets sold per show.
The average ticket sold for $306.73, which is a major increase from her career average ticket sale amount of $115.81.
She is the second highest-grossing soloist in the history of Billboard Boxscore behind Bruce Springsteen, and the highest-grossing female artist.
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