January 3, 2017

Newsflash: Jersey Boys Breaks Its Own Box Office Record for Week Ending 1/1/17! @JerseyBoysInfo

January 3rd, 2017
JERSEY BOYS Broadway Company (Photo Credit: Joan Marcus)

JERSEY BOYS Broadway Company (Photo Credit: Joan Marcus)

JERSEY BOYS Broadway is going out with a bang! For the week ending 1/1/17, JERSEY BOYS broke its own box office record, grossing $1,778,189! The previous record JB broke, was back in the first week in January, 2010–when the show grossed $1,440,456.

For full Broadway grosses for the week ending January 1, 2017, visit BroadwayWorld.com.

For more details and analysis of the amazing week at the Broadway box office, visit Dateline.com.


  1. I still think it is terrible that fans are unable to get tickets for the final show because the powers that be have become so greedy that they have priced the tickets beyond our price range. I am willing to pay a reasonable amount for a decent seat, but these prices are outrageous!!! I know from past experiences that the venue holds back tickets to the very end and releases them on the day of the show, but I am from Pa and won’t be aware should this happen as the theater doesn’t take phone calls!!! Feeling sad & bummed out

    Comment by joyce hrabovecky — January 4, 2017 @ 12:09 am

  2. I am battling cancer for the second time in 8 years. The battle does not go well. Jersey Boys is one of my very favorite things! I have seen the movie more times than I can count and I watch every clip relating to JB that YouTube has to offer. It has made my endless rounds of chemotherapy and my long hospital stays more bearable. My dream of dreams has been to see the show on either Broadway or the West End. After two long cancer battles, money is almost non existent and now Broadway is closing. My dream will never be realized. I guess it’s time for this old firefighter/paramedic/veteran of Hurricane Katrina to just fade away. Congratulations and God speed to the Jersey Boys family! YOU were the best!

    Comment by Patrick Christensen — January 4, 2017 @ 8:49 pm

  3. Joyce, I don’t believe the venue is holding seats back for the final performance, given the huge demand from those involved with the show in so many ways over the years. The high prices, as I understand, are from those who bought tickets (and likely do this as a job) and are reselling them at incredibly inflated prices.

    I really don’t think anyone professionally involved with the show or the producer is responsible for the price gouging. I’ve always had good interactions when buying group tickets from Dodgers.

    They were priced normally on ticketmaster at the beginning, but QUICKLY sold out. Now unfortunately, we’re left with the resellers. I’m so sorry for your predicament!

    Comment by Audrey Rockman — January 5, 2017 @ 11:19 am

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