Aventura leads the March 14-dated Hot Tours recap (see below for full tally) with reports for eight recent shows from the reunion Inmortal Tour. According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, these shows combined to $13.8 million in earnings from 98,707 tickets sold. As of the group’s March 5 show in Washington D.C., the trek has pulled in $24.1 million and sold 176,931 tickets since the tour’s Feb. 5 launch at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.
The superstar Latin bachata act crowds the Boxscore chart with four entries in the top 10. Aventura’s three shows at Chicago’s United Center earned $5.5 million and sold over 40,000 tickets, reaching No. 2. Shows at Houston’s Toyota Center ($3.3 million; 22,734 tickets), Boston’s TD Garden ($3 million; 22,605 tickets), and the American Airlines Center in Dallas ($1.9 million; 12,926 tickets) follow at Nos. 3, 4, and 9, respectively.
The Inmortal Tour marks Aventura’s first U.S. trek in a decade, having most recently played domestic shows in support of The Last in 2009-10. The total $24.1 million gross averages out to $1.721 million and 12,638 tickets per show across 14 concerts so far. Like 2019 reunion tours by groups like the Spice Girls, B2K, and Hootie and the Blowfish, it appears the time away has accelerated their fan base’s hunger for content by the band, as grosses have skyrocketed upon their return. Aventura’s 09-10 shows averaged $675,000 and 9,358 tickets per show, marking a 155% increase in business in 2020.