Some hard numbers out on what a controversial law is costing North Carolina.

FOX's Lilian Woo has more:

They won't be seeing Pearl Jam or Boston perform live in North Carolina because of a controversial law and the backlash which is apparently hitting the state with some growing economic consequences. Several bands pulling concerts because of the state law they call discriminatory against transgender people.

The agency that promotes tourism in Raleigh says losses have reached $3 million because of cancellations triggered by protests. Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau saying losses have quadrupled in the past week.

The North Carolina Department of Commerce secretary has said he doesn't expect the legislation to negatively impact the state's economy.

Lilian Woo, FOX News.

Listen to Pearl Jam's lead singer Eddie Vedder talk about cancelling their show during Monday night's show in Hampton, Virginia.