Mendes’ Rogers Centre show in Toronto becomes his highest-grossing & best-selling engagement ever.
Shawn Mendes tops the Hot Tours recap dated Sept. 14 with the final reports from the 2019 North American leg of the Shawn Mendes: The Tour. The 49-date trek around the U.S. and Canada finished Sept. 6 with a hometown show at Toronto’s Rogers Center, marking Mendes’ first headline stadium concert. It appears the Canadian pop supernova was more than ready for the biggest venue of his career, setting personal records for his highest-grossing and best-selling engagement ever. According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, the show grossed $3.4 million and sold 50,772 tickets.
This is enough to match Mendes’ No. 3 peak on the weekly Boxscore chart. Mendes hits the chart with five other engagements, dominating the top 10 at Nos. 3, 5-6 (Montreal’s Bell Centre and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center) and 9 (Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center).
Zoomed out, Shawn Mendes: The Tour has earned $69.5 million so far, including $46.9 million from the North American leg. It is already the biggest trek of Mendes’ career, topping the reported $35 million from 2017’s Illuminate World Tour. The 2019 tour has played more shows, sold more tickets, and grossed more dollars than any previous Mendes tour, averaging $914,000 and 12,863 tickets each night.