Cha Ching !
According to a press release from Live Nation, Jay Z’s North American run of his 4:44 Tour grossed $44,698,354 over the course of 32 dates. 426, 441 tickets were sold with about $1,396,823 per show.
Billboard estimated the tour to become Hov’s highest grossing solo tour just three days. Despite numerous canceled shows and reports of low ticket sales, Jay Z’s tour was reported to to bring in a considerable amount of money.
“With $24.3 million grossed on the headline shows reported (an average of $1.43 million gross per night) and data from 17 headline gigs outstanding, more reporting would almost surely put Jay Z into the Top 50 of Pollstar’s Year End Worldwide Tours chart,” Pollstar reported.
The trade publication went on to break down the numbers of individual shows, including the Nov. 26-27 Brooklyn dates (grossed $4.4 million combined); the Nov. 12 Miami concert ($1.7 million); and the sold out Dec. 2 stop in Uniondale, New York ($1.31 million). Out of the reported dates, the average number of tickets sold was 13,721 per night, with an average price of $104 per ticket.
Talk about money moves !