JAY-Z’s ‘4:44′ Tour Has Earned $44.7 Million Over Its 32-City Run
Despite reports of low ticket sales, JAY-Z’s "4:44" Tour is his highest grossing solo tour ever. According to a press release from Live Nation (via Complex), his 32-city trek grossed $44,698,354.
On his tour, Hov earned $1.4 million per show with over 426,441 tickets sold during his North American run. The average number of tickets sold was 13,721 per night, with an average price of $104 per ticket.
Among his shows, JAY-Z's two-day stint at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., grossed $4.4 million combined, while his Nov. 12 Miami concert earned $1.7 million and his sold-out Dec. 2 stop in Uniondale, N.Y. raked in $1.31 million. Trade publication Pollstar says that JAY-Z's "4:44" Tour will most likely be one of the Top 50 tours of 2017.
There's no word if the Roc Nation mogul plans to bring his "4:44" Tour overseas where he could easily make more money. But in the end, JAY-Z is still selling out shows like veteran rock stars like The Rolling Stones and U2.