Statistical Table

Principal statistics on paying1 performing arts events2, Mauricie and all of Québec, 2012 to 2016

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Unit 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Mauricie
Performances n 389 396 390 406 391
Total attendance n 167,347 157,880 148,799 235,315 209,962
    Paying attendance n 143,715 139,149 130,994 208,534 189,370
    Attendance with complimentary ticket n 23,632 18,731.0 17,805.0 26,781.0 20,592.0
Rate of spectators with complimentary tickets % 14.0 11.9 12.0 11.4 9.8
Average attendance per performance n 430 398.7 381.5 579.6 537.0
Tickets available n 256,012 233,548 236,572 326,753 293,227
Occupancy rate3 % 65.4 67.6 62.9 72.0 71.6
Occupancy rate of paying attendance4 % 56.1 59.6 55.4 63.8 64.6
Halls used n 20 16 15 17 16
Box-office revenue excluding taxes $ 5,054,265 4,929,178 4,660,973 7,593,354 10,368,643
Average box-office revenue per spectator $ 30.20 31.22 31.32 32.27 49.38
Average box-office revenue per paying spectator $ 35.17 35.42 35.58 36.41 54.75
Average box-office revenue per performance $ 12,993 12,447 11,951 18,703 26,518
  
All of Québec
Performances n 17,411 17,132 17,142 17,671 17,235
Total attendance n 7,250,625 6,671,828 6,798,593 6,738,704 7,061,875
    Paying attendance n 6,399,778 5,914,712 6,058,323 6,011,024 6,363,127
    Attendance with complimentary ticket n 850,847 757,116 740,270 727,680 698,748
Rate of spectators with complimentary tickets % 11.7 11.4 10.9 10.8 9.9
Average attendance per performance n 416 389 397 381 410
Tickets available n 10,152,703 9,175,839 9,242,663 9,141,759 9,498,937
Occupancy rate3 % 71.4 72.7 73.6 73.7 74.3
Occupancy rate of paying attendance4 % 63.0 64.5 65.6 65.8 67.0
Halls used n 629 609 638 617 547
Box-office revenue excluding taxes $ 267,591,855 229,025,372 238,062,198 232,746,140 278,369,062
Average box-office revenue per spectator $ 36.91 34.33 35.02 34.54 39.42
Average box-office revenue per paying spectator $ 41.81 38.72 39.30 38.72 43.75
Average box-office revenue per performance $ 15,369 13,368 13,888 13,171 16,151

1. Excludes certain types of paying performing arts events: private performances, performances of amateur shows and performances given in primary or secondary schools for students of those schools. Other performances are not considered to be "paying" if the admission fee consists of a passport or badge valid for the entire duration of a festival or event, or if the admission fee is a cover charge.
2. Performing arts include theatre, dance, music, song and variety shows.
3. Proportion of spectators in relation to the number of tickets available.
4. Proportion of paying spectators in relation to the number of tickets available.
  
Source: Institut de la statistique du Québec, Observatoire de la culture et des communications du Québec.
 
October 19, 2017
 

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