The Rolling Stones, Morgan Wallen, Eric Church, Luke Combs & Jonas Brothers Lead LIVE75 Chart

The Jonas Brothers
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– The Jonas Brothers
make their debut on the LIVE75 at No. 5 with an average of 13,567 tickets sold and an average gross of more than $1.1 million. Nick, Kevin and Joe are pictured at the Robin Hood Benefit at Jacob Javits Center in New York City Oct. 20, 2021.

The Rolling Stones hold steady at No. 1 on Pollstar’s LIVE75 chart based on a ticket average of 43,091 from the band’s “No Filter” stadium tour, on the road in U.S. cities this fall. The tour racked up an average gross of $10.3 million over six shows to also remain as the HEAVY HITTER for a second week.

Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs have the two highest debuts, followed by Jonas Brothers and Grupo Firme, all entering the chart in the top 10. Wallen’s No. 2 ranking based on a ticket average of 27,645 from sold-out events in two Alabama cities gives him the HOT SHOT tag, while Combs lands at No. 4 based on an average of 14,431 sold seats from 11 reported concerts.
Jonas Brothers follows at No. 5 based on a 13,567-ticket average from nine performances on the trio’s “Remember This” tour, and Grupo Firme is sixth with two November sellouts at Chicago’s Allstate Arena and a per-show ticket average of 13,556.
Little Big Town returns for a second consecutive appearance as the BREAKTHROUGH artist of the week, scoring a 100% average capacity from five headlining dates on the quartet’s “Nightfall” tour. Ranked 33rd on the chart with a ticket-sales average of 3,345, the best-attended show was a sellout at Daily’s Place Amphitheater in Jacksonville, Fla., with 4,710 in the house.
The NOISE MAKER is Christian music artist Phil Wickham after a seven-position leap to No. 41 following last week’s stint at No. 48. His four-show ticket average of 2,548 comes from concerts staged in four church venues.