WWE released their monthly business figures this week which included notes on attendance figures for the month of April.
Internationally, the post-WrestleMania European Tour averaged about 6,600 people in attendance per event for 22 events in the tour. This figure was compared to the average attendance of 6,200 for international events in the Second Quarter 2012, which had 30 events. This also includes the post-WrestleMania 28 European Tour and another set of international events in Spain, South America, and Mexico that did not draw as well as the European Tour. This caused the Q2 2012 average to go down.
Domestically, WWE reported that non-WrestleMania events for April averaged 10,100 people in attendance per event. There were eight domestic events in April. The events included the April 1 D.C. RAW leading into WrestleMania 29, the April 6 WWE Hall of Fame show at Madison Square Garden, the April 8 RAW post-WrestleMania 29 show, the April 9 SmackDown TV taping post-Mania, the April 15 RAW in South Carolina, the April 16 SmackDown in Tennessee, the April 29 RAW in Columbus, and the April 30 SmackDown in Detroit.
Official live event attendance figures are set to be released for the Second Quarter 2013 earnings. Those will be released in August.