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Earnings & attendance for A Day To Remember, The All Stars Tour, Wovenwar, more

10/2/2014 8:33:33 AM PT   comments [10]

Due to paltry representation amongst the genres we cover, we haven't posted Boxscore data in quite some time. But a new report is out, and there are lots of interesting things here. Check out some data for shows including A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, The All Stars Tour, Skeletonwitch, Scale The Summit, Septicflesh, Wovenwar, Hundredth, and others.

FYI, we're hoping that the embarrassing tally for the KEN mode show is bad data or something (though it's probably not).

Artist/Event Venue City/State Event Dates Gross Sales Attend/
Capacity
Prices
Five Finger Death Punch & Volbeat, Hellyeah, Nothing More Baltimore Arena Baltimore, Md. Sept. 25, 2014 $202,277 4,942 /
6,500
$45, $25
A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Motionless in White, Chiodos Stage AE Pittsburgh, Pa. Sept. 4, 2014 $200,716 5,059 /
5,059
$45, $39.50
A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Motionless in White, Chiodos Shrine Expo Hall Los Angeles, Calif. Sept. 24, 2014 $187,907 4,800 /
4,800
$45, $35
Five Finger Death Punch & Volbeat, Hellyeah, Nothing More Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Conn. Sept. 28, 2014 $171,045 4,887 /
4,887
$35
Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival: Godsmack, Seether, Skillet, Buckcherry, These Raven Skies Jones Park Gulfport, Miss. Aug. 31, 2014 $168,360 4,557 /
7,500
$149, $18.50
A Day To Remember Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Columbus, Ohio Sept. 16, 2014 $137,025 3,441 /
3,500
$45, $39.50
Five Finger Death Punch & Volbeat, Hellyeah, Nothing More Cumberland County Civic Center Portland, Maine Sept. 30, 2014 $128,814 3,251 /
5,000
$39.75, $25
A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Motionless in White, Chiodos Chaifetz Arena St. Louis, Mo. Sept. 17, 2014 $120,710 3,334 /
5,064
$38.50, $29.50, $27
Within Temptation, Amaranthe Club NOKIA Los Angeles, Calif. Sept. 26, 2014 $59,278 1,928 /
2,356
$35, $29
Rise Against, Touche Amore, Radkey Myth St. Paul, Minn. Sept. 9, 2014 $52,889 1,583 /
2,965
$38, $33
Taking Back Sunday & The Used Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Columbus, Ohio Sept. 8, 2014 $44,298 1,545 /
2,200
$30, $28.50
Bring Me The Horizon, Chiodos Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, Mich. Sept. 12, 2014 $27,337 911 /
1,200
$35, $29.50
The All Stars Tour: I See Stars, The Acacia Strain The Crofoot Pontiac, Mich. July 22, 2014 $9,507 414 /
1,000
$25, $22
Skeletonwitch, Ghoul, Black Anvil, Doesn't Matter Roxy Theatre Hollywood, Calif. Sept. 23, 2014 $6,885 405 /
500
$17
Corrosion of Conformity, Lord Dying, Blast, Brant Bjork Roxy Theatre Hollywood, Calif. Aug. 27, 2014 $5,184 192 /
500
$27
Scale The Summit, Glass Cloud, Monuments, ERRA, Reflections The Garage Burnsville, Minn. July 26, 2014 $4,215 288 /
550
$15, $13
Touche Amore, Tigers Jaw, DADS The Garage Burnsville, Minn. July 24, 2014 $3,900 260 /
521
$15
Septic Flesh, Fleshgod Apocalypse Triple Rock Social Club Minneapolis, Minn. June 30, 2014 $3,760 188 /
368
$20
Wovenwar, Legal Tender, RAD Roxy Theatre Hollywood, Calif. Aug. 9, 2014 $3,726 274 /
500
$15, $13
Hundredth, Counterparts, Handguns, Being As An Ocean, Capsize, My Iron Lung The Garage Burnsville, Minn. Aug. 4, 2014 $3,643 223 /
550
$17, $15
Ken Mode Triple Rock Social Club Minneapolis, Minn. Sept. 9, 2014 $210 21 /
377
$10



Comments
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 10:05:20 AM
Yea, but you have to consider the door price, venue capacity and how many people actually attended. Maybe it was just one of those deals.
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 10:07:18 AM
So we draw from this that Minnesota people don't go to shows
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 10:17:50 AM
KEN mode tours way too much and hits the same areas multiple times with the same exact material...they have about as many T-Shirt designs as songs they play any given tour(if not more of the former)

That said, out of all the bands on the list, they are the only ones that deserve the audiences of the successful shows, just because they oversaturate doesn't mean they aren't good at what they do.
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 11:06:11 AM
All Stars only doing 414 is pretty bad seeing as how that's essentially a hometown show for I See Stars headlining a low-priced festival package.
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 4:38:17 PM
the fact that Five Finger Death Punch can draw a crowd like that seriously unnerves me. Like are people really that idiotic? Sad.
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 5:02:02 PM
To be honest, the All Stars Tour data doesn't surprise me one bit. Whoever put that tour together didn't consider the fact that I See Stars, Palisades, and Slaves have extremely different fanbases than that of The Acacia Strain, Upon This Dawning, and Betraying the Martyrs. I'm a fan of all six, but I'm one of few and far between.
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 5:20:43 PM
some of these are pretty grim
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 5:32:54 PM
That Ken Mode show was also on a Tuesday night..
anonymous   posted 10/2/2014 9:31:59 PM
^^ no excuses. Shit bands just won't get crowds. Fact
metal_bob   posted 10/3/2014 4:05:31 PM
KEN Mode has also played Minneapolis like three times in the last year and there's a big hipster contingent that sells out shows for Uncle Acid, Deafheaven, Red Fang and not something a little more "under the radar" like KEN Mode.