Illenium Crowned Hot Shot With Highest Charting New Tour On LIVE75
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performs during his three-set show “Trilogy,” the first concert ever held at Allegiant Stadium on July 3, 2021, in Las Vegas.
Morgan Wallen makes a second appearance at No. 1 on LIVE75 chart after making his debut on the chart four weeks ago, returning to the top position after spending one week at No. 2. His ticket average of 19,964 per show is determined from sales figures for sold-out concerts in Mobile, Ala., and North Little Rock, Ark. – both November stops on his “Dangerous” trek. Wallen, set to resume his tour in 2022, has upcoming dates booked from February through September.
Genesis jumps from the fifth spot to No. 2 with an average ticket total of 12,249 at 19 shows in 14 arenas. A $2.5 million gross average also earns the group HEAVY HITTER status. The five venues hosting the band for two nights were United Center in Chicago, Montreal’s Bell Centre, Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia and New York’s Madison Square Garden.
Illenium has the highest chart debut of the week and ranks fourth with the HOT SHOT tag based on a four-show stand in San Francisco at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The DJ moved 31,418 tickets at the venue, Nov. 24-28, on his “Fallen Embers” tour that played North American cities this fall.
Jumping 25 positions, the most of any artist on the chart, comedian Chelsea Handler is the NOISE MAKER, landing at No. 21 with a 2,384-ticket average from three shows at theaters in Denver and Chicago. Meanwhile, country newcomer Zach Bryan is the BREAKTHROUGH artist with sellouts at four concerts and one with all but seven of the available tickets sold.