This Is What Poor Ticket Sales Feels Like: Gwen Stefani’s Tour Is Struggling
Gwen Stefani hasn't toured solo in nearly a full decade since her Sweet Escape Tour in 2007 — and based on ticket sales for her upcoming This Is What The Truth Feels Like Tour with Eve, it seems she might have benefited from heading out on the road a few more times in between to stay in good favor with her fans.
According to a report by InTouch, Gwen's tour — which kicks off this summer — is struggling to sell even 30% to capacity on opening night in Massachusetts.
"Only 5,000 tickets have been sold in a venue that holds 18,000 — and that was after the huge promotion in which her tickets were being sold discounted on Groupon,” a source told the gossip publication.
But just in case anonymous "sources" aren't enough proof, it only takes a quick search on LiveNation yourselves to pull up the receipts...or lack thereof.
Below are the seating maps for the first three dates on Gwen's tour in Massachusetts and Virginia. The blue seats indicate that they are still available for purchase.
The first night of the This Is What The Truth Feels Like Tour kicks off on July 12 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield.
Just today (May 31), she dropped the video for "Misery."
Gwen Stefani's Style Evolution: