Europe

August 23, 2008 - Cardiff (Millenium Stadium) 33.460 tickets ($5.279.107)

August 26, 2008 - Nice (Stade Charles Ehrmann) 41.483 tickets ($4.381.242)

August 28, 2008 - Berlin (Olympic Stadium) 47.368 tickets ($6.048.086)

August 30, 2008 - Zürich (Military Airfield) 70.314 tickets ($11.093.631)

September 2, 2008 - Amsterdam (Amsterdam Arena) 50.588 tickets ($6.717.734)

September 4, 2008 - Düsseldorf (LTU Arena) 35.014 tickets ($4.650.327)

September 6, 2008 - Rome (Olympic Stadium) 57.690 tickets ($5.713.196)

September 9, 2008 - Frankfurt (Commerzbank-Arena) 39.543 tickets ($6.020.706)

September 11, 2008 - London (Wembley Stadium) 73.349 tickets ($11.796.540)

September 14, 2008 - Lisbon (Parque De Bela Vista) 75.000 tickets ($6.295.068)

September 16, 2008 - Seville (Olympic Stadium) 47.712 tickets / 59.258 tickets ($4.874.380)

September 18, 2008 - Valencia (Circuito Ricardo Tormo Cheste) 50.143 tickets ($4.941.980)

September 20, 2008 - Paris (Stade De France)

September 21, 2008 - Paris (Stade De France) 138.163 tickets in 2 shows ($17.583.211)

September 23, 2008 - Vienna (Danube Island) 57.002 tickets ($8.140.858)

September 25, 2008 Budva (Jaz Beach) 47.524 tickets ($3.463.063)

September 27, 2008 - Athens (Olympic Stadium) 75.637 tickets ($9.030.440)

North America

October 4, 2008 - East Rutherford (Izod Center) 16.896 tickets ($2.812.250)

October 6, 2008 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

October 7, 2008 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)

October 11, 2008 - New York City (Madison Square Garden) (*1)

October 12, 2008 - New York City (Madison Square Garden) 61.586 tickets in 4 shows ($11.527.375)

October 15, 2008 - Boston (TD Banknorth Garden)

October 16, 2008 - Boston (TD Banknorth Garden) 26.611 tickets in 2 shows ($3.658.850)

October 18, 2008 - Toronto (Air Canada Centre)

October 19, 2008 - Toronto (Air Canada Centre) 34.324 tickets in 2 shows ($6.356.171)

October 22, 2008 - Montréal (Bell Centre)

October 23, 2008 - Montréal (Bell Centre) 34.301 tickets in 2 shows ($5.391.881)

October 26, 2008 - Chicago (United Center)

October 27, 2008 - Chicago (United Center) 30.968 tickets in 2 shows ($5.777.490)

October 30, 2008 - Vancouver (BC Place Stadium) 52.712 tickets ($5.389.762)

November 1, 2008 - Oakland (Oracle Arena)

November 2, 2008 - Oakland (Oracle Arena) 28.198 tickets in 2 shows ($4.964.765)

November 4, 2008 - San Diego (Petco Park) 35.743 tickets ($5.097.515)

November 6, 2008 - Los Angeles (Dodger Stadium) (*2) 43.919 tickets ($5.858.730)

November 8, 2008 - Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena)

November 9, 2008 - Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena) 29.157 tickets in 2 shows ($8.397.640)

November 11, 2008 - Denver (Pepsi Center)

November 12, 2008 - Denver (Pepsi Center) 23.501 tickets in 2 shows ($4.434.020)

November 16, 2008 - Houston (Minute Maid Park) 41.498 tickets ($5.170.100)

November 18, 2008 - Detroit (Ford Field) 30.119 tickets ($2.395.900)

November 20, 2008 - Philadelphia (Wachovia Center) 13.790 tickets ($2.318.530)

November 22, 2008 - Atlantic City (Boardwalk Hall) 13.293 tickets ($3.321.000)

November 24, 2008 - Atlanta (Philips Arena) 14.843 tickets ($2.632.952)

November 26, 2008 - Miami (Dolphin Stadium) (*3) 47.998 tickets ($6.137.030)

South America

November 29, 2008 - Mexico City (Foro Sol)

November 30, 2008 - Mexico City (Foro Sol) 104.270 tickets in 2 shows ($10.428.743)

December 4, 2008 - Buenos Aires (River Plate Stadium)

December 5, 2008 - Buenos Aires (River Plate Stadium)

December 7, 2008 - Buenos Aires (River Plate Stadium)

December 8, 2008 - Buenos Aires (River Plate Stadium) 263.693 tickets in 4 shows ($18.274.292)

December 10, 2008 - Santiago (National Stadium)

December 11, 2008 - Santiago (National Stadium) 146.242 tickets in 2 shows ($11.385.499)

December 14, 2008 - Rio De Janeiro (Maracana Stadium)

December 15, 2008 - Rio De Janeiro (Maracana Stadium) 107.000 tickets in 2 shows ($7.322.269)

December 18, 2008 - Sao Paulo (Morumbi Stadium)

December 20, 2008 - Sao Paulo (Morumbi Stadium)

December 21, 2008 - Sao Paulo (Morumbi Stadium) 196.656 tickets in 3 shows ($15.462.185)

Europe

July 4, 2009 - London (The O²)

July 5, 2009 - London (The O²) 27.464 tickets in 2 shows ($5.873.149)

July 7, 2009 - Manchester (Manchester Evening News Arena) 13.457 tickets ($2.827.517)

July 9, 2009 - Paris (Palais omnisport de Paris Bercy) 15.806 tickets ($2.306.551)

July 11, 2009 - Werchter (Werchter Festival Park) 68.434 tickets ($7.190.295)

July 14, 2009 - Milan (San Siro) 55.338 tickets ($6.507.798)

July 16, 2009 - Udine (Stadio Friuli) 28.362 tickets ($3.236.277)

July 21, 2009 - Barcelona (Olympic Stadium) 44.811 tickets ($5.010.557)

July 23, 2009 - Madrid (Vivente Calderon Stadium) 31.941 tickets ($4.109.791)

July 25, 2009 - Zaragoza (Recinto de la Feria de Zaragoza) 30.940 tickets ($2.015.381)

July 28, 2009 - Oslo (Valle Hovin)

July 30, 2009 - Oslo (Valle Hovin) 79.409 tickets in 2 shows ($10.481.500)

August 2, 2009 - St. Petersburg (Palace Square) 27.103 tickets ($4.431.805)

August 4, 2009 - Tallinn (Tallinn Song Festival Grounds) 72.067 tickets ($5.924.839)

August 6, 2009 - Helsinki (West Harbour) 85.354 tickets ($12.148.455)

August 8, 2009 - Göteborg (Ullevi Stadium)

August 9, 2009 - Göteborg (Ullevi Stadium) 119.709 tickets in 2 shows ($14.595.910)

August 11, 2009- Copenhagen (Parken Stadium) (*4) 48.064 tickets ($6.709.250)

August 13, 2009 - Prague (Chodov Natural Amphitheater) 42.682 tickets ($3.835.776)

August 15, 2009 - Warsaw (Bemowo Airport) 79.343 tickets ($6.526.867)

August 18, 2009 - Munich (Olympic Stadium) 35.127 tickets ($3.655.403)

August 20, 2009 - Ljubljana (Hypodrom Stozice)

August 22, 2009 - Budapest (Kincsem Park) 41.045 tickets ($3.920.651)

August 24, 2009 - Belgrade (Usce Park) 39.713 tickets ($1.738.139)

August 26, 2009 - Bucarest (Parc Izvor) 69.088 tickets ($4.659.836)

August 29, 2009 - Sofia (Vasil Levski National Stadium) 53.660 tickets ($4.896.938)

Asia

September 1, 2009 - Tel Aviv (Hayarkon Park)

September 2, 2009 - Tel Aviv (Hayarkon Park) (*5) 99.674 tickets in 2 shows ($14.656.063)

(*1) - At the October 11, 2008 performance at Madison Square Garden, Madonna dedicated « You Must Love Me » to her daughter, Lourdes as it was her twelfth birthday. She commented, « My beautiful Lola is 12 today but when I first sang this song she was growing inside me ».

At the same show, Pharrell Williams joined Madonna onstage for both « Beat Goes On » and « Give It 2 Me ».

(*2) - At the November 6, 2008 Los Angeles show, Madonna was joined onstage by Britney Spears during the performance of « Human Nature ».

Later that night, Justin Timberlake joined Madonna onstage to perform « 4 Minutes ».

Prior to the show, an equipment malfunction caused damage to the top of the stage and some of the lighting. Madonna released a statement, saying « Even though my stage roof was damaged and some lights and effects aren’t working, I want to do the show anyway because I don’t want to disappoint my fans. »

(*3) - At the November 26, 2008 performance in Miami at the Dolphin Stadium, Madonna was joined onstage by Timbaland during the performance of « 4 Minutes » and by Pharrell Williams for « Give It 2 Me ».

(*4) - Before singing « You Must Love Me » on the August 11, 2009 Denmark show, Madonna and over 48.000 of her fans sang « Happy Birthday » to her son Rocco, who turned 9 that day and who was also attending the show.

(*5) - Madonna’s daughter Lourdes joined her on stage on both the September 1 and September 2, 2009 Tel Aviv dates during the performance of « Give it 2 Me ».

Her son Rocco joined her on the DJ station during the song « Music ».

Total Box Office : 3.545.899 tickets sold / 3.557.445 tickets (~100%) = $407.713.266

The « Sticky & Sweet Tour » broke many records in terms of its ticket sales, commercial gross and audience attendance. On September 11, 2008, Madonna performed to a sell-out crowd of over 74.000 fans and grossed over $12 million USD, surpassing all previous grosses at both the old and the new Wembley Stadium. Since that date U2 and their « 360° Tour » has broken the attendance record at Wembley Stadium with a crowd of 88.000 people. This performance followed the Zurich performance, which was in front of 72.000 people, the largest audience ever for a concert in Switzerland.

The September 20, 2008 concert at the Stade de France sold 80.000 tickets in less than ten days, prompting Live Nation to announce a second and final show at the venue.

50.000 tickets for Madonna’s Vancouver concert were sold in 29 minutes.

Due to instant sellouts in Toronto at Air Canada Centre on October 18 and Montreal at the Bell Centre on October 22, second shows in both markets were added on October 19 in Toronto, at the Air Canada Centre, and October 23, at Montreal’s Bell Centre.

The two shows in Mexico City sold out in less than three hours.

Madonna’s show in Montenegro was performed to almost 70.000, the biggest-ever event held in the small Adriatic republic.

In New York City, Madonna’s four sell-outs at Madison Square Garden shows added up to a record breaking 23 sold out performances since 2001 at that venue – a record for most appearances for a single artist in this decade.

Madonna’s performances at Stade de France, Wembley Stadium, Madison Square Garden and Military Airfield ranked at numbers 3, 13, 15 and 20 on Billboard’s Top 25 Boxscores of 2008, respectively.

The tour ranked third in Billboard’s « Top 25 Tours », with a gross of over U.S. $162 million (by mid-November 2008).

Pollstar ranked the tour the leading North American grosser for 2008 at $105.3 million.

On December 2008, Live Nation announced that the U.S. leg of the tour sold 550.000 tickets and grossed $91.5 million. Together with the European and Mexican dates, the tour grossed a total of $282 million, making it the highest grossing tour of 2008. It also became the biggest selling tour by a solo artist, breaking the record previously held by her own « Confessions Tour » in 2006.

After the announcement of the 2009 extension of the tour, tickets were sold-out immediately. Second shows were confirmed for July 5 in London and July 8 in Manchester, marking Madonna’s final UK dates in 2009. The Oslo (July 30), Tallinn (August 4), Helsinki (August 6) and Gothenburg (August 9) concerts all sold out on the same day tickets went on sale.

In Helsinki, the August 6 performance was the biggest show by one artist ever organized in Finland.

In Oslo, all 40.000 tickets available for the July 30 concert were sold in 34 minutes, prompting Live Nation to announce an extra concert on July 29.

In Tallinn, all 70.300 tickets available for Madonna’s concert at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds were purchased in just over 24 hours, a record for Estonia. The record previously belonged to Metallica, who sold all of the tickets available for their concert at the same venue in three days.

In Tel Aviv, all 50.000 tickets available for the first date were sold out in a few days, causing Live Nation to add a second and final date to wrap up the tour.

As expected, after the final show, « Sticky & Sweet » became the highest grossing tour by a solo artist, earning $408 million from 85 shows in 32 countries, with an attendance of 3.5 million. It is the second highest grossing tour of all time, behind The Rolling Stones’ 2005–2007 « A Bigger Bang Tour » which earned $558 million.

At the 2009 Billboard Touring Awards, the « Sticky & Sweet Tour » won the « Top Tour » and « Top Draw » prizes, which acknowledge the highest-grossing and highest-attended tours of the year, respectively. Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary won the « Top Manager » award.

Additionally, in 2009 Billboard magazine announced that Madonna placed second (behind U2) in the « Top 25 Tours of 2009 » with a gross of $222.017.248.