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The Hannah Montana “Best of Both Worlds” tour was the highest grossing tour in 2007, and in the history of StubHub.
STUBHUB SALES TOP $100 MILLION
Fans Buy and Sell Tickets for 11,000 Concerts

StubHub has released a list of the year’s top grossing tours, and those with the highest average ticket price.


*The average price of concert tickets sold through StubHub in 2007 was $117. That price decreased $28 per ticket when compared to average prices in 2006 ($145).


*Average ticket prices declined 19% in 2007, compared to 12% in 2006.

          
*StubHub ticket sales surpass well over $100 million to date.

*Gross sales of concert tickets on www.stubhub.com increased over 91% in 2007.

*The Hannah Montana “Best of Both Worlds” tour was the highest grossing tour in 2007, and in the history of StubHub, based on dollar volume. Her tour’s sales surpassed legendary acts like Van Halen, Bruce Springsteen and The Police.


*The Hannah Montana “Best of Both Worlds” tour is the first concert tour to surpass the $10 million mark in gross sales on StubHub.

 

*The Police reunion tour sold the most actual tickets (over 44,000) for a concert series on StubHub.


*Celine Dion’s Las Vegas tour topped the average ticket price category at a whopping $352 per show.


*For the second consecutive year, six of StubHub’s Top 10 Selling Tours of 2007 also toured in 1986 or prior (The Police, Bruce Springsteen, Van Halen, Jimmy Buffett, Bon Jovi, Genesis)


Top 10 Selling Tours of 2007
(Based on total dollar volume of tickets sold)

1. Hannah Montana
2. The Police
3. Bruce Springsteen
4. Van Halen
5. Justin Timberlake
6. Kenny Chesney
7. Jimmy Buffett
8. Dave Matthews Band
9. Bon Jovi
10. Genesis

Highest Average Tour Ticket Prices
(For tours that sold over 3,000 total tickets)

1. Celine Dion - $347
2. Elton John - $260
3. Hannah Montana - $257
4. Eric Clapton - $253
5. Bon Jovi - $239
6. Bruce Springsteen - $226
7. Van Halen - $217
8.  Genesis - $210
9.   The Police - $209
10. Michael Buble - $195
 

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