Lady Gaga has added another date to her Monster Ball tour with another date at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia for Wednesday September 15. The Lady Gaga tour has added extra concerts in many of her stops on the tour including TD Banknorth, Madison Square Garden and the HP Pavilion in San Jose.
She’s come a long way since November when she was charging $55 per ticket and playing small venues like the Bill Graham Civic in San Francisco, which seats about 3200. Now at $175 a pop and 17,000 seat venues, sold out 6 months in advance, Lady Gaga should be rolling in the $$.
But she’s being managed by Frontline Management and they take their toll on the artist $$ for putting them into those 17,000 seat venues at $175 a pop. But you have to wonder how long Lady Gaga can sustain that revenue stream from concert ticket sales. I mean, just how many times can a fan afford to go to a $175 per seat concert.
Lady Gaga has to hope you can do it at least once every two years. Because that’s what most artist may have to do to keep up the lifestyle and pay the corporate stiffs that run the machine. And for how many years will you pay more and more to see Lady Gaga live in concert? Maybe she’s just taking it while she can, and running all the way to the bank.
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