When looking at advance ticket sales for Britney's tour which kicks off tomorrow, it seems that the venues outside of the United States are more likely to be sold out or close to sold out, while most of the dates in the US have plenty of good seats available. In fact thee are lots and lots of seats available. So many good seats available that those $500 tickets have suddenly become $35 seats as dates of the show come closer. It's one thing to play in front of an empty upper balcony, but it also sucks when the front ten rows of your concert are also empty.
Things are so bad for the ticket sales that the opening show of the tour is not even sold out. This is the one I thought would be for sure sold out because it is the one show I can guarantee you that she will be at. Anything after tomorrow I think is 50/50 whether she will be there or if it will go on as scheduled. I know British bookmakers are taking bets on the over/under for the number of days this tour lasts and right now I would definitely have to go with the under. I think that somewhere along the way here there is going to be a Janet Jackson mystery type illness and there are going to be lots of canceled shows with a promise to make up the dates that never happens. If you want to see Britney you need to get to one of the first dates of the tour.