The Backstreet Boys Debut On LIVE75 With An Average Of 13,437 Tickets Sold

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– The Backstreet Boys
perform at Arena Monterrey in Mexico Feb. 24.

The Backstreet Boys make a HOT SHOT debut on LIVE75 with performances at three venues on their “DNA” world tour that resumed in February after a six-month run last year. The tour’s 2020 schedule began at Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City, the first of three arenas in Mexico booked on a month-long trek through Latin America.
The Mexican dates produced an average ticket total of 13,437 to land the pop vocalists at No. 2 on the chart – just 433 tickets shy of top-ranked Post Malone, who retains his No. 1 ranking for a third consecutive week.

Following this month’s Latin leg, the “DNA” tour is currently scheduled in Australia and New Zealand prior to a final stretch through North America later this year. With 80 performances from last year already in the books, the ‘Boys have racked up $89 million from almost 1 million sold tickets globally.

The Eagles make it four weeks in a row with the HEAVY HITTER title, averaging an eight-show gross of $3.3 million. The first three arena dates on the “Hotel California” tour earn the band the No. 3 slot with a ticket average of 13,260 per show from three-night stints in Atlanta and New York City and two concerts in Dallas.

Singer-songwriter Rex Orange County returns as the BREAKTHROUGH artist of the week, a classification he scored two weeks ago based on a 99% sellout average from 13 concerts. He repeats with the same number of performances during the 30-day time frame for this chart, but with sellouts logged at all 13 shows. He played for the most fans at New York’s Radio City Music Hall with 11,884 tickets sold for two nights in February.