You Won’t Believe How Much Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour Has Earned Him So Far
Last year Canadian-American pop star Justin Bieber began his Purpose World Tour in Seattle. Now the box office counts from his second year on tour.
The first 10 concerts in 2017 earned the tour a total of $40 Million this brings the tour’s total to a massive $200 Million since the beginning of the world tour. Since it started 2.2 million tickets have been sold for 122 headlining performances around the globe. The 2016 portion of the tour ended in November on the 29th and resumed this year in Mexico on the 15th of February.
Despite the tour being primarily booked for arenas in North America and Europe during its first year, the 2017 schedule saw more Latin America and Oceania stadium shows. The Purpose World tour had two shows in two Mexican cities, Feb 15th at the Estadio BBVA Bancomer located in Monterrey Market and Feb 18th, 19th and 21st and total sales of $9.4 million.
This means it’s the highest-grossing engagement the tour has experienced and is also the fifth highest concert gross venue based on Boxscore. Only The Rolling Stones (2016), Madonna (2008 and 2012), Coldplay (2016) have achieved a higher grossed more at the Mexico City Stadium from multiple performances runs. The tour went to Australia and swept through five cities; Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Auckland for sold out concerts that drew a total of 221,206.
During his two-week run in Australia, his performance at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney logged the top box office counts earning $6.2 million from 65, 836 fans. The last date to tally is his first concert from Latin American leg of the tour. March 23rd sees the National Stadium of Chile in Santiago rounds out the tours first 10 shows for 2017. These tours have already played in 82 cities in North America and Europe and are now making their way to the rest of the world.
The Purpose World tour has a long way to go with shows all the way through until September 6th. After Latin America he heads on to Asia for three shows in Tel Aviv, Dubai, Mumbai and then moving on to South Africa in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Finally, he returns to Europe and then North America ending the tour off in Toronto.