Cher shifted more than 109,500 tickets for the final 2019 dates of her ongoing Here We Go Again tour, bringing in more than $14.1m (£10.8m/€12.7m) over nine dates.
The star has seen the biggest year of her touring career after her final dates of 2019 increased her overall yearly gross to $108.2m, Billboard reports.
Cher’s two nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on December 3-4 earned $3.8m and sold out at 27,495 tickets over both nights.
She also broke the $1.5m mark with single-night stops throughout Texas at Houston’s Toyota Arena, San Antonio’s AT&T Center and the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
The huge 2019 total comprises $98.6m from the Here We Go Again Tour plus $9.6m from the ongoing Classic Cher residency at MGM’s Park Theater in Las Vegas.
The Abba-inspired worldwide tour kicked off in Australia and New Zealand on September 21, 2018 and has amassed $112.5m to date. The tour’s $1.4m average-per-night gross is the highest of Cher’s career.
The Here We Go Again Tour continues with 26 scheduled dates in March, April and May.
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