Iron Maiden Making Big Money Touring

Luke Waskowski

Iron Maiden Making Big Money Touring

From the latest report from Boxscore, it shows that Iron Maiden are still on top of their game and amongst metal’s top earning bands.

Many shows from the band’s current North American tour has Maiden surpassing $1 million in gross ticket sales per night.

Still having to pay opening acts, crew costs, travel expenses, a cut for the promoter, manager and booking agent payments, etc. The latest Boxscore report still provides a great projection of earning power of bands when relative to one another. Especially since the numbers do not include any money that is earned off of merchandise.

(Numbers are combined for two shows)

Artist: Iron Maiden & The Raven Age
Venue: Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
Date: Jul. 26-27th, 2019
Gross Sales: $2,528,980
Attendance/Capacity: 24,151 / 24,151
Ticket Prices: $143.50, $43.50

Artist: Iron Maiden & The Raven Age
Venue: Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Date: Jul. 30th, 2019
Gross Sales: $1,142,723
Attendance/Capacity: 11,975 / 11,975
Ticket Prices: $129.50, $49.50

If you live in Los Angeles, you can catch Iron Maiden at the Bank of California Stadium on September 14, 2019 with Chris’s very own band Fozzy opening. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster now.

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