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Bad Bunny breaks collection record for a Latin artist in the United States

Bad Bunny breaks collection record for a Latin artist in the United States

Bad Bunny has just added a new record to their long list of achievements: their last tour was the most successful in the history of Latin artists.

According to data compiled by Billboard BoxScore, with his concert last Sunday, his tour “The Last Tour of the World” sold 575 thousand tickets and added a total of $116 million.

Bad Bunny, always on top.

Bad Bunny, always on top.

He dethroned Luis Miguel

Hit’s interpreter like one day You I like this He broke Luis Miguel’s record since 2019 with a net worth of $101 million.

Bad Bunny’s triumphant return to the stage came years after the pandemic, with the release of two albums that topped the charts, YHLQMDLG You The Last World Tour, The latter was also the first album entirely in Spanish to reach the top of the charts.

United States tour

Bad Bunny live at the Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2019.  Photo: AP

Bad Bunny live at the Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2019. Photo: AP

Bad Bunny’s North American tour, named after their final Grammy-winning album, began in February for just 35 shows. According to Pollstar statistics, the average earnings per concert is about $3 million, with tickets costing around $180 to watch it live.

Last year, when tickets for the “The Last Tour of the World” tour went on sale, the Ticketmaster site crashed due to huge demand. Fans joked in those days that it was harder to get tickets to see Bad Bunny than it was to secure an appointment to be vaccinated against COVID.

it just started

Beyond this new record, Bad Bunny did not complete his performance plans for this year: he has already announced that he will be on tour again in August. It will be called “The World’s Hottest Tour” and will begin in Orlando, Florida.

The first “World’s Hottest Tour” was supposed to arrive in 29 cities, but due to heavy demand, other dates in six cities have already been added.

Extra-Musical Appearance

New Jacquemus Collection starring Bad Bunny.

New Jacquemus Collection starring Bad Bunny.

As if that wasn’t enough success, Bad Bunny also appeared on the small screen with WWE wrestling matches, performances in the Narcos: Mexico series, and videos inspired by The Simpsons. And he promised that he would soon release another album.

Polestar stats

Bad Bunny during a rehearsal in Los Angeles in 2020.  Photo: Reuters.

Bad Bunny during a rehearsal in Los Angeles in 2020. Photo: Reuters.

It’s the list that Bad Bunny tops again on Pollstar, currently on the most lucrative tours around the world, with a median income per city of over $3.1 million.

He is followed by Elton John with an income of $2.4 million and Eric Church with $1.7 million.

In addition, this week the list has a significant Latin presence with the addition of Marc Anthony, Ana Gabriel, Alejandro Fernandez, Nicky Jam and Ricardo Montaner.

Here are the ten most lucrative world tours for the week of April 11, along with average box office receipts by city and average cost per ticket. This list is based on information provided by concert promoters and venue managers to the trade publication Pollstar.

  1. badbunny; $3,159,225; $197.45.
  2. Elton John; $2,431,562; $177.02.
  3. Eric Church; $1,700,971; $117.89.
  4. Billie Eilish; $1,519,718; $119.87.
  5. Dua Lipa; $1,382,736; $101.82.
  6. tool; $1,342,187; $116.59.
  7. Marc Anthony; $1,221,772; $112.88.
  8. new version; $1,128,007; $111.92.
  9. Reba McEntire; $1,071,220; $106.98.
  10. Katy Perry; $872,537; $218.59.

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