‘Hollaback Girl’ singer Gwen Stefani is having trouble having fans answer the calls to attend her live shows.
Reports revealed last month that tickets to her upcoming ‘This Is What the Truth Feels Like Tour’ weren’t selling as well as hoped.
Now, as the trek’s kick off approaches, prices have been seismically slashed.
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Unlike her ‘Sweet Escape Tour’
nearly a decade ago, current times are proving more difficult for the diva to command an audience.
Promoters for the jaunt (which features Eve) are currently offering 4 tickets for $40, thus legitimising murmurs of an underwhelming demand for the 46-year-old.
Struggling to even fill 30% capacity at the tour’s opening night in Massachusetts, a mere 5000 tickets have reportedly been sold at a venue which holds up to 18,000.
The indifference towards the trek comes after discounted seats were made available for purchase on Groupon – this obviously resulting in the newly surfaced, lower priced bundles.
It’s not all doom and gloom for the No Doubt nucleus.
She hit #1
with comeback album ‘This Is What The Truth Feels Like,’
pointing to the fact there’s still some mileage left in her solo stilettos.
For us, the mistake lay in the fact that the venues booked are simply too big. Especially for an act who’s been away for so long.
Hopefully, her team manage to shift tickets some way some how.