Genesis Named Heavy Hitter On LIVE75 Chart

Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins and Tony Banks of Genesis
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– Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins and Tony Banks of Genesis
perform at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, Oct. 7, as part of their “The Last Domino Tour.”

Eric Church holds on to the No. 1 ranking on Pollstar‘s LIVE75 chart for a second week based on his six-show ticket average of 14,247 from arena dates on his “Gather Again” trek. The country star is currently playing North American cities through Dec. 18 but will hit the road again in January.

Bring Me The Horizon is the HOT SHOT touring artist of the week with a debut at No. 3 based on an average ticket count of 12,813 from four September concerts in the U.K. The highest gross and attendance was recorded at The O2 in London on Sept. 26 with tickets numbering 16,864 for a $973,535 box-office take.
Seven other acts also make their debut including Phish with the fifth ranking and a 12,351-ticket average from three shows. Two of the concerts were held at San Francisco’s Chase Center Oct. 16-17 with sold tickets numbering 25,857, and a show at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif. added 11,197 seats to the group’s sold ticket tally.
Genesis is the HEAVY HITTER with the highest gross average of $1.6 million from four U.K. performances on the band’s “The Last Domino?” tour. More dates in the U.K. and Europe are planned for 2022, but first the tour’s North American run kicks off in November.