Performance fee of rock artists?
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Performing Arts
Asked by: trompie-ga
List Price: $25.00
07 Oct 2005 17:14 PDT
Expires: 06 Nov 2005 16:14 PST
Question ID: 577744
What is the average gig gee asked by internationally successfull rock artists? I need to know the fee for a range of artists from the very ultra highly successfull (U2, Green Day, REM, Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden, Metallica, ACDC) to those also highly successfull (Jack Johnson, Foo Fighters, Linkin Park, The Vines, The Hives, My Chemical Romance). Also more underground type bands like NOFX, Goldfinger, Mad Caddies, Anti-Flag etc. I do NOT want to know what they charge for corporate / private gigs (as this is often 3 times the normal fee), but what they charge promoters when they are on tour anyway. Often they share in the nett profit of the gig, but if they were not to what would their fee be? I know performance fee is all dependent on Venues, capacity and who pays all expenses. Let us for this question presume the gigs will be played at venues in a foreign country with a 5000 - 10 000 capacity and ALL expenses payed by the promoter (flights, accommodation, travel etc)
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Re: Performance fee of rock artists?
From: myoarin-ga on 07 Oct 2005 17:58 PDT
Trompie, Just a comment or two: You could have changed the price on your original question instead of posting a new one. Asking for an average is rather liking asking for "all" of something here, which Researchers are reluctant to try to answer. If a Researcher can't find what the Rolling Stones earn, the average you seek is not one - at least mathematically. And you cannot really expect them to "build" an average on the basis of individual data on "all" the big names. Maybe there is some information that can be found that mentions averages - I rather doubt it - but if that would be acceptable, you could add a clarification. You already seem to know a good deal about the subject. It appears that your final question replaces the one in the preceeding paragraph. ?? Well, that was three comments, but not intended to discourage you. If you refine your question, perhaps you will get an answer, or at least some comments that add insight on the subject. I hope so, Myoarin
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