Justin Bieber “Believe Tour” Gross Revenue (2012-2013)

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Here’s a complete-list of the “Believe Tour” gross revenue (2012-2013). Beginning in September 2012, the Believe Tour is expected to play over 150 shows in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australasia. The tour is not yet over.

As of August 2013, the BELIEVE TOUR has earned over $144 million.

Dates Venues City/ Country Tickets Sold Gross Revenue
9/29/2012 Jobing.com Arena Glendale 13,428 (100%) $1,013,460
9/30/2012 MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas 13,504 (100%) $1,632,283
10/2,3/2012 Staples Center Los Angeles 27,546 (100%) $1,963,200
10/5/2012 Save Mart Center Fresno 11,965 (100%) $1,323,632
10/6/2012 Oracle Arena Oakland 14,126 (100%) $1,063,978
10/8/2012 Rose Garden Portland 14,550 (100%) $1,002,495
10/9/2012 Tacoma Dome Tacoma 20,259 (100%) $1,338,701
10/10/2012 Rogers Arena Vancouver 14,423 (100%) $1,215,360
10/12/2012 Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary 13,631 (100%) $1,117,440
10/15/2012 Rexall Place Edmonton 13,663 (100%) $1,137,620
10/16/2012 Credit Union Centre Saskatoon 13,113 (100%) $1,052,590
10/18/2012 MTS Centre Winnipeg 13,326 (100%) $1,048,840
10/20/2012 Target Center Minneapolis 14,532 (100%) $1,071,284
10/21/2012 BMO Harris Bradley Center Milwaukee 14,957 (100%) $1,065,557
10/23,24/2012 Allstate Arena Rosemont 27,132 (100%) $2,125,924
10/26/2012 Sprint Center Kansas City 13,972 (100%) $1,033,314
10/27/2012 Scottrade Center St. Louis 15,034 (100%) $1,108,442
10/29/2012 American Airlines Center Dallas 28,039 (100%) $2,207,738
10/30/2012 Toyota Center Houston 13,084 (100%) $1,021,718
11/1/2012 FedExForum Memphis 13,511 (100%) $932,669
11/2/2012 KFC Yum! Center Louisville 16,334 (100%) $1,158,153
11/4/2012 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia 30,458 (100%) $2,490,583
11/5/2012 Verizon Center Washington, D.C. 14,472 (100%) $1,169,569
11/9/2012 Izod Center East Rutherford 15,956 (100%) $1,233,492
11/10/2012 TD Garden Boston 13,561 (100%) $1,087,270
11/12/2012 Barclays Center New York City 14,261 (100%) $1,107,390
11/20/2012 Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh 14,263 (100%) $1,029,318
11/21/2012 The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 15,469 (100%) $1,178,456
11/23/2012 Scotiabank Place Ottawa 13,696 (100%) $1,104,550
11/26/2012 Bell Centre Montreal 15,870 (100%) $1,255,360
11/28,29/2012 Madison Square Garden New York City 27,280 (100%) $2,390,196
12/1/2012 Rogers Centre Toronto 43,817 (100%) $2,671,520
1/5/2013 EnergySolutions Arena Salt Lake City 14,693 (100%) $1,007,579
1/7/2013 Pepsi Center Denver 13,629 (100%) $1,015,154
1/9/2013 BOK Center Tulsa 12,985 (100%) $888,101
1/10/2013 Verizon Arena North Little Rock 14,849 (100%) $974,452
1/12/2013 AT&T Center San Antonio 14,653 (100%) $985,153
1/15/2013 New Orleans Arena New Orleans 13,986 (100%) $1,002,620
1/16/2013 BJCC Arena Birmingham 13,530 (100%) $920,078
1/18/2013 Bridgestone Arena Nashville 14,287 (100%) $1,046,887
1/19/2013 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro 15,395 (100%) $998,126
1/22/2013 Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte 15,272 (100%) $1,089,601
1/23/2013 Philips Arena Atlanta 12,686 (100%) $995,137
1/25/2013 Amway Center Orlando 13,355 (100%) $1,009,923
1/26,27/2013 American Airlines Arena Miami 27,580 (100%) $2,178,830
2/17,18/2013 The O2 Dublin, Ireland unavailable $2,100,890
2/21,22/2013 Manchester Arena Manchester, UK 28,678 (100%) $2,398,540
2/24/2013 Echo Arena Liverpool Liverpool, UK unavailable $1,354,500
2/27,28/2013 National Indoor Arena Birmingham, UK unavailable $2,368,540
3/2/2013 Capital FM Arena Nottingham, UK unavailable $1,348,900
3/4,5,7,8/2013 The O2 Arena London, UK 58,479 (97%) $5,053,170
3/11/2013 Pavilhão Atlântico Lisbon, Portugal unavailable $1,324,800
3/14/2013 Palacio de los Deportes Madrid, Spain unavailable $1,262,200
3/16/2013 Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona, Spain unavailable $1,364,620
3/19/2013 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy Paris, France unavailable $1,264,500
3/22/2013 Hallenstadion Zurich, Switzerland 13,000 (100%) $1,364,080
3/23/2013 Unipol Arena Casalecchio di Reno, Italy unavailable $1,094,320
3/25/2013 Atlas Arena Lodz, Poland unavailable $1,124,880
3/28/2013 Olympiahalle Munich, Germany unavailable $1,204,500
3/30/2013 Wiener Stadthalle Vienna, Austria unavailable $1,150,400
3/31/2013 O2 World Berlin, Germany 9,475 (71%) $810,632
4/2/2013 O2 World Hamburg Hamburg, Germany 9,204 (71%) $871,682
4/3/2013 Festhalle Frankfurt Frankfurt, Germany unavailable $980,450
4/5/2013 Westfalenhallen Dortmund, Germany unavailable $1,200,630
4/6/2013 Lanxess Arena Cologne, Germany unavailable $1,010,600
4/8/2013 Zénith de Strasbourg Strasbourg, Germany unavailable $1,100,450
4/10,11/2013 Sportpaleis Antwerp, Belgium 35,751 (97%) $2,598,300
4/13/2013 GelreDome XS Arnhem, Netherlands unavailable $1,240,700
4/16,17,18/2013 Telenor Arena Fornebu, Norway unavailable $3,879,070
4/20/2013 Parken Stadium Copenhagen, Denmark unavailable $1,180,540
4/22,23,24/2013 Ericsson Globe Stockholm, Sweden unavailable $3,960,450
4/26/2013 Hartwall Areena Helsinki, Finland unavailable $1,230,670
4/28/2013 SKK Peterburgsky Saint Petersburg, Russia unavailable $1,330,280
4/30/2013 Olimpiyskiy Moscow, Russia unavailable $1,210,050
5/2/2013 İTÜ Stadyumu Istanbul, Turkey unavailable $1,204,850
5/4,5/2013 The Sevens Stadium Dubai, UAE unavailable $2,320,850
5/8/2013 Cape Town Stadium Cape Town, South Africa unavailable $1,125,080
5/12/2013 FNB Stadium Johannesburg, South Africa unavailable $1,230,330
6/22/2013 Valley View Casino Center San Diego 10,832 (100%) $915,852
6/24,25/2013 Staples Center Los Angeles 27,994 (100%) $2,307,566
6/26/2013 HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose 12,996 (100%) $1,082,050
6/28/2013 MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas 13,362 (100%) $1,103,893
6/30/2013 Pepsi Center Denver 12,885 (100%) $1,022,453
7/2/2013 Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City 12,209 (100%) $973,740
7/3/2013 CenturyLink Center Arena Omaha 14,109 (100%) $1,090,542
7/7/2013 Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines 13,108 (100%) $1,040,329
7/9/2013 United Center Chicago 14,574 (100%) $1,198,621
7/10/2013 Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis 14,088 (100%) $1,091,325
7/12/2013 Nationwide Arena Columbus 14,002 (100%) $1,101,544
7/13/2013 Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland 15,084 (100%) $1,148,356
7/15/2013 First Niagara Center Buffalo 14,789 (100%) $1,148,023
7/17/2013 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia 15,065 (100%) $1,243,009
7/18/2013 XL Center Hartford 12,404 (100%) $1,032,636
7/20/2013 TD Garden Boston 13,450 (100%) $1,123,874
7/23/2013 Canadian Tire Centre Otawwa 13,741 (100%) $1,102,540
7/25,26/2013 Air Canada Centre Toronto 29,153 (100%) $2,398,100
7/28/2013 Joe Louis Arena Detroit 15,148 (100%) $1,208,287
7/30,31/2013 Prudential Center Newark 26,824 (100%) $2,211,502
8/2/2013 Barclays Center New York City 14,261 (100%) $1,107,390
8/3/2013 Verizon Center Washington, D.C. 14,472 (100%) $1,100,000
8/5/2013 Colonial Life Arena Columbia unavailable $1,099,500
8/7/2013 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville unavailable $1,220,030
8/8/2013 Tampa Bay Times Forum Tampa unavailable $1,300,430
8/10/2013 Philips Arena Atlanta unavailable $1,090,137
         
9/23/2013 Marina Bay Street Circuit Singapore coming soon coming soon
9/26/2013 Impact Challenger Hall 1 Bangkok, Thailand coming soon coming soon
9/29/2013 MasterCard Center Beijing, China coming soon coming soon
10/2/2013 Dalian Arena Dalian. China coming soon coming soon
10/5/2013 Mercedes-Benz Arena Shanghai, China coming soon coming soon
10/7/2013 Saitama Super Arena Saitama, Japan coming soon coming soon
10/10/2013 Olympic Gymnastics Arena Seoul, South Korea coming soon coming soon
10/12/2013 Cotai Arena Cotai, Macau coming soon coming soon
10/19/2013 José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum San Juan, Puerto Rico coming soon coming soon
10/22/2013 Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic coming soon coming soon
10/24/2013 Estadio Rommel Fernandez Panama City, Panama coming soon coming soon
10/25/2013 Estadio Cementos Progreso Guatemala City, Guatemala coming soon coming soon
10/29/2013 Estadio El Campín Bogotá, Colombia coming soon coming soon
10/31/2013 Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa Quito, Ecuador coming soon coming soon
11/2,3/2013 Arena Anhembi São Paulo, Brazil coming soon coming soon
11/4/2013 Praça da Apoteose Rio de Janeiro, Brazil coming soon coming soon
11/6/2013 Hipódromo de Asunción Asunción, Paraguay coming soon coming soon
11/8/2013 Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes Córdoba, Argentina coming soon coming soon
11/9,10/2013 River Plate Stadium Buenos Aires, Argentina coming soon coming soon
11/12/2013 Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos Santiago, Chile coming soon coming soon
11/18,19/2013 Foro Sol Mexico City, Mexico coming soon coming soon
11/23,24/2013 Vector Arena Auckland, New Zealand coming soon coming soon
11/27/2013 Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, Australia coming soon coming soon
11/29,30/2013 Allphones Arena Sydney, Australia coming soon coming soon
12/2,3/2013 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Australia coming soon coming soon
12/5/2013 Adelaide Entertainment Centre Adelaide, Australia coming soon coming soon
12/8/2013 Perth Arena Perth, Australia coming soon coming soon
         
      TOTAL $144,189,926

Source: BILLBOARD

39 Comments
  1. HI. I just wanted 2 say tht im a BELIEBER and im proud of it. im very worried though, Justin you need to stop hanging out with LIL’ TWIST, he is tarnishing your name with lots of bad reports. your not safe around him. He is bringing you down you down. YOU MIGHT BE BANNED FROM ENTERING THE UNITED STATES FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND I CANT LIVE WITH THAT FACT DRILLED INTO MY HEAD. You r in stake of losing your mansion in Atlanta, GA becuz oF LIL TWIST
    LESSON: GET BETTER FRIENDS WITH EXCELLENT DRIVING RECORDS AND ARE TRUSTWORTHY!!!! KEEP YOUR FRIENDS CLOSE AND KEEP YOUR ENEMIES FAR AWAY FROM YOUR $100,000 DOLLAR CAR!

    -FROM A BELIEBER THAT IS WORIED

    TWITTER, @Patricia_Ding_2

    -From a belieber that is worried

    • they cant bannd my babe from the united states its
      like saying thier going to bannd the presedent um nooo plus he has layers daaa

    • Girl he is not getting banned from the U.S.A.. Im a die hard belieber and I honestly think you need to calm your titts. Justin is growing up and apart of growing up is having to make your own choices, if he choose to be with lil twist or anyone else so be it. Your not gonna change his opinion on his friends. Justin is the one who car it is he should’ve said no to little twist its not that hard :). Haha lil twist isn’t a enemy him and justin been friends since justin baby video and its not the house in ATL its in Calabasas, I’m not trying to be rude or anything put your running justin friend name through dirt and I think justin wouldn’t like that

    • i agreed with her u should stay away from lil twist u might lose ur $100,00 DOLLAR car and ur house and everyone is worry about u getting ban from united state and we dont wanna that happen to u cause we want u to perform here its awesome for u to perform here its make our life worth it to see u to perform and pay for it :D

      • Their is no way justin can get banned from U.S and I’m tired of people saying it belieber or not. And Justin can hang with whoever he want to hang with he is responsible for HIS OWN actions not his friends. Leave his friends alone, if you respect him then at least show his friends respect they been there for them just like us -from a real belieber :)

  2. Taylor Swift is showing 100% ticket sales for her Red Tour? I’ve done some research and found that some of her venues are capable of holding more people before reaching capacity than are actually reported.

  3. Another point; Some of Justin’s South American venues are stadium. This should keep him as the top gross revenue earner for 2013. Taylor should be 2nd.

  4. The complete list is on wikipedia :P and Hell yeah the tour ticket sale is 100% :D Can’t hear the haters over the screaming fans :D

  5. aw im such a proud belieber i love my babe so much and i hope this stuff goes on i will still support him

  6. How come this guy generate more than $1,000,000 in each concert? I was in Madrid and the stadium was empty, both the ground and the stands. Tickets were sold at €50-100, there’s no way they made 1 million off of him in that concert.

  7. @alejandro liar i was also at that same concert and it was full..he dont play for less than 22thousand people a night so if you want to liar get your facts straight ..loser

  8. His was among the 5 concert tours in earnings. Only one concert was cancalled due to set up problems and union demands. One dollar of each ticket sold went to charity. Did I hear someone say he’s fading? No sir!

  9. Selena Gomez has about 4-6 million, Justin has about 150-200 million dollars in net worth; who is doing better? In only 5-6 years

  10. I love you justin and i’m so sad because i didn’t attend your concert by the way i live in the UAE that’s becouse my parnts said you are just afieretail

  11. hey Justin bier i love you how is your day going ? i really wanna meet you it my dream we didn’t attend your concert by the way i live in cedar rapids iowa

  12. By:-$uZ@^
    YO,Justin I DON’T SEE THE NEPAL ON THE LIST.If it was I would be the 1st one to buy it but NO.
    :(
    I am a belieber too but there’s bad thing in nepal many say you are a Gay.In NEPALI It’s “Chakka”
    I’m gonna post some ur songs video that i will cover from BELIEVE album. don’t forget to check my youtube page soon.Peace and always BELIEVE in URSELF.PEACE

  13. There are many ways to show 100% ticket sales when that isn’t the fact. One way is to sell a lot of those face value tickets to a 3rd party (who marks them way up without selling all of them). Nah, that never happens. Another way is when they were reported as purchased, but actually were given away as promos, contests, bribes what have you. Nah, not that one. Another way is to sell less tickets than the venue holds etc. If you think entertainers provide real numbers for these sales, I have some ocean front property I want to sell you. Nothing could be further from the truth. The last few events we have attended the crowds have been WAY DOWN. We were actually able to move to much better seats because of it, including Justin Timberlake!

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