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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Rush Clockwork Angels tour official attendance and sales figures
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UPDATE - 1/14@12:07PM: I now have the November 1st Atlanta show numbers (thanks Sean):

Thu, November 1: Verizon Wireless Amphitheater - Alpharetta, GA
Attendance / Capacity: 12,086 / 12,086 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $$926,850

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The official Billboard Boxscore attendance and sales figures for all but one of the US dates on Rush's 2012 Clockwork Angels tour were released today; only the Atlanta show numbers are still pending along with the 6 Canadian dates. 8 of the 28 shows reported were sell outs including Manchester, Bridgeport, Newark, Buffalo, San Jose, Universal City, Dallas and Houston. The highest-grossing date on the tour was the September 15th show in Chicago which grossed $1,113,292. The most-attended show was the sold out October 26th show in Buffalo where 13,215 fans filled the First Niagara Center. Note that the capacity figures reported do not always correspond to the actual physical capacity of the venue, but instead reflect the number of tickets that were made available for sale. I've already added the numbers to the tour section and have also listed them below.

Fri, September 7: Verizon Wireless Arena - Manchester, NH
Attendance / Capacity: 8,137 / 8,137 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $608,383

Sun, September 9: Jiffy Lube Live - Bristow, VA
Attendance / Capacity: 10,345 / 12,822
Gross Ticket Sales: $757,162

Tue, September 11: CONSOL Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA
Attendance / Capacity: 8,655 / 10,268
Gross Ticket Sales: $507,952

Thu, September 13: Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, IN
Attendance / Capacity: 7,303 / 10,899
Gross Ticket Sales: $489,034

Sat, September 15: United Center - Chicago, IL
Attendance / Capacity: 11,307 / 12,130
Gross Ticket Sales: $1,113,292

Tue, September 18: The Palace of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hills, MI
Attendance / Capacity: 8,238 / 13,485
Gross Ticket Sales: $616,595

Thu, September 20: Nationwide Arena - Columbus, OH
Attendance / Capacity: 8,611 / 10,204
Gross Ticket Sales: $587,173

Sat, September 22: Scottrade Center - St. Louis, MO
Attendance / Capacity: 10,772 / 10,942
Gross Ticket Sales: $790,134

Mon, September 24: Target Center - Minneapolis, MN
Attendance / Capacity: 8,013 / 10,652
Gross Ticket Sales: $561,972

Wed, October 10: Webster Bank Arena - Bridgeport, CT
Attendance / Capacity: 7,339 / 7,339 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $650,355

Fri, October 12: Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
Attendance / Capacity: 11,885 / 12,810
Gross Ticket Sales: $943,272

Sat, October 20: Prudential Center - Newark, NJ
Attendance / Capacity: 12,139 / 12,139 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $1,022,913

Mon, October 22: Barclays Center - Brooklyn, NY
Attendance / Capacity: 9,904 / 10,815
Gross Ticket Sales: $870,736

Wed, October 24: TD Garden - Boston, MA
Attendance / Capacity: 9,861 / 10,031
Gross Ticket Sales: $841,953

Fri, October 26: First Niagara Center - Buffalo, NY
Attendance / Capacity: 13,215 / 13,215 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $831,239

Sun, October 28: Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, OH
Attendance / Capacity: 8,025 / 10,383
Gross Ticket Sales: $594,890

Tue, October 30: Time Warner Cable Arena - Charlotte, NC
Attendance / Capacity: 7,523 / 10,095
Gross Ticket Sales: $541,143

Sat, November 3: 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre - Tampa, FL
Attendance / Capacity: 10,567 / 11,542
Gross Ticket Sales: $720,653

Tue, November 13: KeyArena - Seattle, WA
Attendance / Capacity: 9,793 / 10,199
Gross Ticket Sales: $823,060

Thu, November 15: HP Pavilion - San Jose, CA
Attendance / Capacity: 10,719 / 10,719 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $846,843

Sat, November 17: Honda Center - Anaheim, CA
Attendance / Capacity: 9,065 / 10,102
Gross Ticket Sales: $761,265

Mon, November 19: Gibson Amphitheatre - Universal City, CA
Attendance / Capacity: 5,981 / 5,981 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $706,342

Wed, November 21: Vally View Casino - San Diego, CA
Attendance / Capacity: 7,065 / 10,101
Gross Ticket Sales: $359,321

Fri, November 23: MGM Grand Hotel - Las Vegas, NV
Attendance / Capacity: 7,847 / 10,006
Gross Ticket Sales: $839,405

Sun, November 25: US Airways Center - Phoenix, AZ
Attendance / Capacity: 8,858 / 10,121
Gross Ticket Sales: $604,667

Wed, November 28: American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
Attendance / Capacity: 10,509 / 10,509 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $764,483

Fri, November 30: AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
Attendance / Capacity: 9,396 / 10,150
Gross Ticket Sales: $742,544

Sun, December 2: Toyota Center - Houston, TX
Attendance / Capacity: 11,091 / 11,091 SOLD OUT
Gross Ticket Sales: $904,931

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[Clockwork Angels VIP package merchandise finally shipping]
[Interview with Clockwork Angels String Ensemble violinist and concert master Joel Derouin]
[Getting to know the Clockwork Angels String Ensemble]
[Rush Clockwork Angels tour setlist update]
[Rush Clockwork Angels tourbook now available online]
[Clockwork Angels tour opening night in Manchester open thread]
[Clockwork Angels tourbook and other merchandise now available at the Rush Backstage Club]
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[Official Rush 2012 Clockwork Angels tour announcement and dates!]

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#31 - Posted 1/10/13 @6:41PM by April191981 [contact]

these talented canuckian subdividers Deserve their delusional entitlements, and loves of their-of's. of money becasause thier fame and fortune can't soothe any philosopher's wound that dared not heal.

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it's all the way one would even come out to make their first word of the tour as bold as "Sprawling".
#30 - Posted 1/10/13 @6:33PM by whip6969 [contact]

Nice! 19.6 million! They need to come to Oklahoma again!
#29 - Posted 1/10/13 @6:31PM by April191981 [contact]

Sprawling.
#28 - Posted 1/8/13 @1:32AM by Proton2112 [contact]

That figure for the Chicago show must just be for the t-shirt concession...xD
#27 - Posted 1/6/13 @3:51PM by lisah [contact]

#26, Since you asked... Your set list is amazing, with a few personel changes. Replace Ghost Rider,Bravado,Prime Mover,Mystic Rhythms,Time & Motion. Mix it up with, just the boys and these songs,Natural Science, By-Tor,Passage
To Bangkok,Beneath Between Behind, Bastille Day, & Driven. Sign me up! I'll be there, and I'll bring KJ too. One last thing, you did mean the ENTIRE Fountain of Lamneth, didn't you? I would hope so! LOL! Have a good one. Rush On! Love reading your posts.
#26 - Posted 1/6/13 @11:49AM by Enigmaticus [contact]

#25, I do not really know if I would call the Phoenix concert Rush's best show yet. Perhaps, Atlanta was much better. I do know however, that the music was not so loud that it had adversely effected my hearing. It was great to see support of the Clockwork Angels string ensemble, although at this point Rush touring with a symphony orchestra, in the near future, does not seem to be such an outrageous idea. I would have liked to have seen more songs from "Roll The Bones." I think that 'Bravado,' 'Dreamline' and 'Ghost Of A Chance' would have worked extremely well with the string ensemble support. I am hoping that they continue in this vein during the 40th (actually 46th anniversary) tour in 2014.

Of course, my set list for 2014 would be slightly different. I would like to see the following songs performed by Rush with the support of a string section or perhaps, even a symphony orchestra at this time: 'The Fountain Of Lamneth,' 'Xanadu,' 'The Trees,' 'La Villa Strangiato,' 'Jacob's Ladder,' 'Different Strings,' 'The Camera Eye,' 'Losing It,' 'Manhattan Project,' 'Marathon,' 'Middletown Dreams,' 'Mystic Rhythms,' 'Prime Mover,' 'Available Light,' 'Dreamline,' 'Bravado,' 'Ghost Of A Chance,' 'You Bet Your Life,' 'Nobody's Hero,' 'Animate,' 'Time & Motion,' 'Ghost Rider,' 'Faithless,' 'Halo Effect' and 'The Garden.' Does anybody else have any other opinions? If so, please do not hesitate to share them, thank you.
#25 - Posted 1/4/13 @1:14PM by DUG K. [contact]

Best show yet! Was at the ATL show, and had to be 12,000 or more. This band continues to defy the laws of tradition. Probably the only band to ever be so popular so late in their career, and to do so without the benefit of #1 albums, singles, and mainstream media acceptance or support. Can't be said enough that the ticket price is worth every penny, and the only truly disappointing thing for me was I didn't score a tour program due to the long line and wait involved. Wasn't gonna miss one second of the show, and figured on getting one at Rush backstage but there is still none available. Hoping for a NOLA show 2013!
#24 - Posted 1/3/13 @9:28PM by Chicken [contact]

#21...stop it.... obama is clueless... as is most of this country
#23 - Posted 1/3/13 @8:45PM by Ajax5 [contact]

My understanding is that Toronto show #1 was a sellout. I don't believe Toronto show #2 quite got there, but it also did well. I believe Montreal was also a sellout.
#22 - Posted 1/3/13 @6:59PM by holeinone53575

#21-There are more people in poverty today in the U.S than anytime since they kept records in the 50's. It's a fact not a generalization Congratulations on your personal situation. Just be aware that some are not so fortunate.

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