Britney Spears’ fans are taking a hard pass at seeing the ‘Baby One More Time’ singer on the Vegas strip one more time, new reports detail.
The story appears a stark contrast to the hype that lined the Grammy winner’s announcement of the gig just weeks ago (click here to read). Yet, since the tickets went on sale October 26th insiders are indicating ‘Domination’ isn’t living up to its namesake at the box office.
Could there be trouble a-brewing for Britney? More below:
A week after tickets went on sale for Britney Spears’ “Domination” concert series at the Park MGM in Las Vegas — fresh on the heels of a yearlong Vegas stint that ended last December — her first month of shows remains more than half unsold…
By comparison, a 27-show stint for Lady Gaga that begins Dec. 28 at the same venue nearly sold out in the first week tickets were available. An Aerosmith residency that starts April 6 was 85 percent sold out in a week, according to sources.
The report is largely corroborated by Ticketmaster’s web site which hosts realtime depictions of seat availability. As of time reported, the show does remain less than half sold. Click here to see.
To her credit, the stint’s kickoff is not until February 2019. Furthermore, with rumor that Brit’s hard at work on a new album (which will likely be used as a promotional tool for the Vegas run), here’s hoping a turn of events once the show’s debut date nears.