Madonna's upcoming Madame X Tour kicks off this September in New York City, but it looks like her ticket sales are starting off pretty slow.
Page Six reports that hundreds of seats are still available for most of the shows, after being on sale for over a month.
This is especially surprising because the tour is taking place at small, theater-type venues that only have a few thousand seats each.
For her October 7th show at the 2,100-seat BAM Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, more than half of its $357 mezzanine seats were unsold as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Ticketmaster’s map.
“It’s very telling these shows didn’t sell out as quickly as ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ did a couple of years ago,” an insider said. “This clearly isn’t the home run Team Madonna was hoping for.
Her 2015-2016 Rebel Heart Tour grossed $170 million at venues that often drew more than 30,000 fans for a single performance.
(via Page Six)