Concert Pulse: Stevie Nicks, Timbiriche, St. Vincent

 Among the new entries to this week’s Global Concert Pulse after last week’s year-end bonanza of new data are a wide range of acts, including Mexican pop group Timbiriche at No. 13 with a whopping $1.2 million average gross, as well as Stevie Nicks not far behind. St. Vincent, whose tour kicked off recently, is also new at No. 93.  

Stevie Nicks
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– Stevie Nicks
Nikon At Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, N.Y.

Timbiriche, celebrating its 35th anniversary, reunited in 2017 for 30 shows and ended up at No. 97 on Pollstar’s Year End Top 200 North American Tours with $14.8 million grossed. For the last three months, for promoter OCESA / CIE, individual box office reports include five shows at Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City Nov. 8-15, which sold a combined 48,100 tickets and grossed more than $3.2 million.

Other reports include three shows at Auditorio Nacional again, Nov. 24-26, moving another 28,860 tickets and grossing $1.9 million, three shows at Auditorio Telmex in Zapopan, Mexico, Oct. 19-21 (22,829, $1.8 million), and three shows at Auditorio Citibanamex in Monterrey, Mexico, Oct. 12-14 (18,601, $1.5 million).

For this week’s Concert Pulse, which counts the last three months of touring data, they’re No. 13, with an average 17,235 tickets sold and $124.57 average ticket. 

Stevie Nicks toured heavily in Australia over the past three months, many of the dates including The Pretenders, putting her at No. 20 for the week, with an average gross of $944,321, average tickets sold 10,630 and average ticket price at $88.84.

St. Vincent
Owen Sweeney
– St. Vincent
St. Vincent makes a stop at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia Nov. 28.

Individual reports on the Live Nation tour include 9,316 tickets sold to Perth Arena Nov. 2, which grossed $907,882, 9,134 tickets to Botanic Park in Adelaide Nov. 4, 11,907 tickets Nov. 12 at Sirromet Wines in Mount Cotton ($1.2 million) and two shows at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand, which moved a combined 9,961 tickets and grossed $1.2 million Nov. 20-21.

St. Vincent, who just released the bombastic Masseduction in October, kicked off the U.S. leg of her “Fear The Future” tour in November, with dates reported to Pollstar including Nov. 30 at House of Blues Boston (2,425, $76,525), Nov. 27 at Anthem in Washington D.C. (4,014, $186,812), and Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Nov. 22, where she sold 1,840 tickets and grossed $74,604. Expect to see more of Annie Clark (real name) in her pink vinyl leotard playing quirky jazzy synthy art pop through March, and she’s also booked for Coachella in April.