Ticket Sales

  • Indian Grand Prix 2013: Meagre ticket sales worry organisers October 22, 2013

    Greater Noida: Ticket sales in the inaugural Indian Grand Prix saw exceptional sales numbers of 97,000 until the runup to the race weekend. However, last year, with novelty having died down, sales dropped to only 65,000. This year, with just a week left for the Indian Grand Prix to be...
  • Filmi Fiscal: 'Gangs of Wasseypur 2' nets Rs 15.4 cr in 5 days August 14, 2012

    'Jism 2' on the other hand, saw a heavy fall in its second weekend with a collection of 3.75 crore. Its 10day collection now stands at Rs 33 crore net. ...
  • IOC not to act provisionally on ticket sales July 22, 2012

    London: The International Olympic Committee will not take any provisional measures ahead of the London 2012 Olympics against those allegedly involved in unauthorised sales of Games tickets, they said on Saturday. The IOC is investigating a report that National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and Authorised Ticket Resellers (ATRs) representing some 54 nations...
  • High ticket sales show IPL success, says Shukla May 9, 2012

    New Delhi: Franchises will earn unprecedented revenue through gate collections in this edition of the IPL, which has seen a remarkable transition from pass culture to ticket culture among fans, says the Indian Premier League's boss Rajeev Shukla. Shukla said that he has been surprised by the league's "roaring success" and...
  • Don't judge 50over format on ticket sales: CA February 6, 2012

    Melbourne: Around 30 percent tickets meant for the general public are still available for the AustraliaSri Lanka ODI at Perth, in contrast to the Big Bash final which sold out in a record 16 minutes, but Cricket Australia says it should not be understood as a sign of a dwindling...
  • Faiz Ali Faiz's qawwali at world music festival August 2, 2011

    England: Anyone who complains that WOMAD is "too safe" must have missed the mosh pit that appeared at the front of gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello's late Sunday set, where the frenetic dancing of the band's teenage fans briefly descended into cheerful anarchy. But this was still a more civilised...
  • 'Potter' finale conjures up $1 billion worldwide August 1, 2011

    Los Angeles: Harry Potter has joined the billiondollar club. Distributor Warner Bros. said Sunday that 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office. It's soon expected to pass 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides', which is this year's top grossing...
  • Ticketing fiasco hits Games; PMO orders probe October 7, 2010

    New Delhi: The Commonwealth Games has found itself in the way of controversy yet again. Sources told CNNIBN that the Prime Ministers Office is concerned about the CWG ticketing fiasco and has now ordered a probe. The investigation will be carried out by the cabinet secretary and will look into...
  • Jackson's film breaks record for advance ticket sale September 29, 2009

    Los Angeles: Michael Jackson's fans are ready to rock with him one last time, as next month's This Is It movie about the late pop star breaks records for advance ticket sales, the studio behind the film said on Monday. Based on rehearsal footage of Jackson taken in the...
  • Football World Cup ticket sales begins February 21, 2009

    New Delhi: Football fans can apply for tickets on FIFA's official website with the aim of landing access to a plethora of games in the World Cup finals in South Africa. The journey for many a football fan began, as FIFA's official website opened on Friday to applications for World Cup...