Organizers say 200,000 people came to the July 23-25 Woodstock '99 fest at Griffiss Air Force Base near Rome, N.Y., but just 187,000 of them bought tickets, according to just-released figures from the trade magazine Pollstar. That's slightly below earlier estimates, and it means that the concert's gross revenue comes in at about $29 million. The New York Daily News says expenses were estimated at $38 million, but some extra bucks will come from a home video and double CD on Epic Records, which is scheduled to be released in October. "I can't imagine they'll make much money, if any," says Gary Bongiovanni, editor of Pollstar. . .
Jerry Hall walked away from her Mick Jagger experience with a package amounting to about $475,000 a year after taxes, a Brit tab reports. The Sun of London also says that the model, 43, gets to stay in the London mansion she once shared with the Rolling Stone until she turns 65. Then it'll be sold and the money divided equally between them. If she re-weds, the deal's off . . .
Quote of the week: "That song's given me a career. Everyone can sing that song, even fetuses know that song."--Former Beatle Ringo Starr, on his crooning of "Yellow Submarine."