Ariana Grande's 'Sweetener' Tour Made $192.4M
Ariana Grande’s Sweetener World Tour last year grossed a whopping $192.4 million, including more than $10 million from five shows in front of 72,666 fans in Canada.
The 26-year-old pop star performed 97 of the 101 concerts scheduled between March 18 and Dec. 22.
Her shows at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on April 3 and June 26 grossed a little more than $4 million combined.
Last April, Grande grossed $1.9 million at Montreal’s Bell Centre, $1.96 million at Rogers Place in Edmonton and $2.1 million at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena.
According to Billboard, The Sweetener World Tour was Grande’s most successful tour ever and brings her career total to $320 million in ticket sales.
Pollstar ranked Sweetener the eighth biggest concert tour of 2019 – but estimated gross revenues of only $155.3 million.
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