North America

May 24, 2004 - Los Angeles (The Forum)

May 26, 2004 - Los Angeles (The Forum)

May 27, 2004 - Los Angeles (The Forum) 43.158 tickets in 3 shows ($6.965.055)

May 29, 2004 - Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena)

May 30, 2004 - Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena) 28.341 tickets in 2 shows ($7.005.548)

June 2, 2004 - Anaheim (Honda Center)

June 3, 2004 - Anaheim (Honda Center) 24.250 tickets in 2 shows ($4.164.450)

June 6, 2004 - San Jose (HP Pavilion)

June 8, 2004 - San Jose (HP Pavilion)

June 9, 2004 - San Jose (HP Pavilion) 40.205 in 3 shows ($5.543.715)

June 13, 2004 - Washington D.C. (MCI Center)

June 14, 2004 - Washington D.C. (MCI Center) 26.788 in 2 shows ($3.486.684)

June 16, 2004 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

June 17, 2004 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

June 20, 2004 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

June 21, 2004 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

June 22, 2004 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

June 24, 2004 - New York City (Madison Square Garden) 88.625 tickets in 6 shows ($12.674.925)

June 27, 2004 - Worcester (Worcester’s Centrum Centre)

June 28, 2004 - Worcester (Worcester’s Centrum Centre)

June 30, 2004 - Worcester (Worcester’s Centrum Centre)

July 1, 2004 - Worcester (Worcester’s Centrum Centre) 46.075 tickets in 4 shows ($6.439.890)

July 4, 2004 - Philadelphia (Wachovia Center)

July 5, 2004 - Philadelphia (Wachovia Center) 30.575 tickets in 2 shows ($4.134.478)

July 7, 2004 - East Rutherford (Continental Airlines Arena)

July 8, 2004 - East Rutherford (Continental Airlines Arena) 29.315 tickets in 2 shows ($4.437.345)

July 11, 2004 - Chicago (United Center)

July 12, 2004 - Chicago (United Center)

July 14, 2004 - Chicago (United Center)

July 15, 2004 - Chicago (United Center) 59.591 tickets in 4 shows ($7.894.105)

July 18, 2004 - Toronto (Air Canada Centre)

July 19, 2004 - Toronto (Air Canada Centre)

July 21, 2004 - Toronto (Air Canada Centre) 52.160 tickets in 3 shows ($5.332.703)

July 24, 2004 - Atlanta (Philips Arena)

July 25, 2004 - Atlanta (Philips Arena) 25.627 tickets 2 shows ($3.450.874)

July 28, 2004 - Fort Lauderdale (Office Depot Center)

July 29, 2004 - Fort Lauderdale (Office Depot Center) 28.208 tickets in 2 shows ($3.834.522)

August 1, 2004 - Miami (American Airlines Arena)

August 2, 2004 - Miami (American Airlines Arena) 30.580 tickets in 2 shows ($4.145.760)

Europe

August 14, 2004 - Manchester (M.E.N. Arena)

August 15, 2004 - Manchester (M.E.N. Arena) 27.320 tickets in 2 shows ($5.136.114)

August 18, 2004 - London (Earls Court Exhibition Centre)

August 19, 2004 - London (Earls Court Exhibition Centre) 34.087 in 2 shows ($6.356.207)

August 22, 2004 - London (Wembley Arena)

August 23, 2004 - London (Wembley Arena)

August 25, 2004 - London (Wembley Arena)

August 26, 2004 - London (Wembley Arena) 45.267 tickets in 4 shows ($9.809.717)

August 29, 2004 - Dublin (Slane Castle) 62.275 tickets / 70.000 tickets ($6.575.339)

September 1, 2004 - Paris (Palais Omnisport de Paris Bercy)

September 2, 2004 - Paris (Palais Omnisport de Paris Bercy)

September 4, 2004 - Paris (Palais Omnisport de Paris Bercy)

September 5, 2004 - Paris (Palais Omnisport de Paris Bercy) 68.000 tickets in 4 shows ($7.357.529)

September 8, 2004 - Arnhem (GelreDome XS)

September 9, 2004 - Arnhem (GelreDome XS) 73.300 tickets in 2 shows ($6.759.661)

September 13, 2004 - Lisbon (Pavilhao Atlântico)

September 14, 2004 - Lisbon (Pavilhao Atlântico) 33.460 tickets in 2 shows ($3.286.166)

Total box Office : 896.787 tickets sold / 904.512 tickets (99%) = $124.790.787

The first tickets for the tour were alloted to the members of Icon, Madonna’s official website members. However, the tour soon started selling all around the world. Originally scheduled to perform in twelve major markets in North America with additional stops in Paris and London, the demand for tickets became so high that in New York City after two Madison Square Garden dates sold out in record time, Madonna’s manager, Caresse Henry, and the worldwide tour promoter Clear channel Entertainment, decided to add new dates to the tour.

Within the first five days the tour was a sell-out for the dates at Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York City, Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Philadelphia and Miami. High-priced ticket packages for all dates on the tour were sold from Madonna’s tour website madonnaviptickets.com. The tickets were priced at $700 per person.

MTV arranged for an on-air contest titled Front and Center With Madonna Contest where fans were able to win tickets to an onstage area at any of the scheduled shows.

After the tour started, mid-year it was announced that the tour has grossed $44.9 million, from the selling of 258.000 tickets at an average price of $174.17. Her average gross per show was $6.414 million with still more than half the dates being left.

Before the show was over, Billboard magazine projected a total sales of $120 million for the tour, thus making it the highest grossing tour of 2004. This was confirmed by People magazine who said that the tour grossed $125 million from all the shows, thus making it the highest grossing tour of 2004.

Although musician Prince’s « Musicology Tour » was initially projected to be the highest grossing tour, Billboard Boxscore published that the Re-Invention Tour had sold 55 out of the 56 shows and grossed $125 million.

At the 2004 « Billboard Touring Awards », « Re-Invention Tour » received the « Top Tour » award during the « Backstage Pass Conference » at New York City’s Roosevelt Hotel on November 9, 2004.

Madonna’s tour manager Caresse Henry was awarded the « Top Manager Award ».