US Billboard Charts (18/11/2017)

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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:20 pm

Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Soundtrack Sales
November 18, 2017

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01 - 02 - 50 - 01 - Moana - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
02 - 01 - 28 - 01 - Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 - Soundtrack - Marvel | Hollywood
03 - 03 - 171 - 01 - Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - Soundtrack - Marvel | Hollywood
04 - 04 - 58 - 01 - Trolls - Soundtrack - Villa 40/DreamWorks | RCA 
05 - 05 - 15 - 01 - Descendants 2 - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
06 - NE - 01 - 06 - Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Legacy
07 - NE - 01 - 07 - Trolls Holiday - Soundtrack - Villa 40/DreamWorks | RCA 
08 - 19 - 02 - 08 - Stranger Things 2: A Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Lakeshore
09 - 09 - 06 - 09 - Tim Burton's The Night Before Christmas - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
10 - 06 - 19 - 02 - Baby Driver: Music From The Motion Picture - Soundtrack - 30th Century | Columbia
11 - 15 - 13 - 03 - Atomic Blonde - Soundtrack - Universal Pictures/Focus Pictures/Mondo | Back Lot
12 - 08 - 47 - 02 - Sing - Soundtrack - Universal Studios/Illumination | Republic
13 - 13 - 325 - 01 - Purple Rain (Soundtrack) - Prince And The Revolution - NPG/Warner Bros. | Rhino
14 - RE - 22 - 02 - Stranger Things, Volume One: A Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Lakeshore
15 - 07 - 07 - 05 - The Vietnam War: A Film By Ken Burns & Lynn Novick - Soundtrack - PBS/Florentine Films/Sony Music/The Weinstein Company | UMe
16 - 12 - 06 - 07 - My Little Pony: The Movie - Soundtrack - Lions Gate/Hasbro | RCA
17 - 10 - 34 - 01 - Beauty And The Beast (2017) - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
18 - 11 - 47 - 01 - La La Land - Soundtrack - Summit/Interscope | IGA
19 - RE - 24 - 04 - The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Soundtrack - Ode
20 - 20 - 61 - 01 - Descendants - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
21 - RE - 08 - 02 - Stranger Things, Volume Two - Soundtrack - Netflix | Lakeshore
22 - 14 - 04 - 01 - Blade Runner 2049 - Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch - Alcon Sleepnig Giant | Epic
23 - 18 - 31 - 01 - Fifty Shades Darker - Soundtrack - Universal Studios | Republic
24 - 17 - 141 - 05 - Dirty Dancing - Soundtrack - RCA | Legacy
25 - RE - 02 - 17 - It [2017] - Benjamin Wallfisch - WaterTower
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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:24 pm

Chart Watch: Kenny Chesney debuts at No. 1. Sorry, Kelly Clarkson
©Yahoo Music: Wendy Geller • November 6, 2017

Kenny Chesney lands his eighth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with Live in No Shoes Nation. He beat out a studio album by Kelly Clarkson, which debuts at No. 2.
Sure, Chesney is a big star, and country music is huge, but how can a live album beat out a studio album by a popular singer, who seemed to be everywhere (including The Voice) during release week?
Live in No Shoes Nation was bolstered, as many albums have been in recent months, by a concert ticket/album sale “redemption program” with Chesney’s upcoming stadium tour. So fans who buy a ticket to Chesney’s 2018 tour can opt to get a CD along with it.
Here, Billboard‘s Keith Caulfield explains how it works: “The cost of the CD of Chesney’s album was bundled into the price of each ticket sold online for his tour (which went on sale Sept. 22). After purchasing a ticket, customers received (via email) a redemption offer for the album, where they could choose to redeem the CD and have it mailed to them. The only sales that count towards the charts are those albums that are redeemed by customers.”
It’s not cheating — many No. 1 albums in the past couple of years have been boosted by the same practice. It’s become one of the tools record companies use to offset declining album sales.
Live in No Shoes Nation moved 219K equivalent units, which includes 217K in traditional album sales. That’s the highest tally for a live album since Paul McCartney’s Back in the U.S. Live 2002 bowed with 224K copies sold in December 2002. (That was back when albums flew off the shelves. And, for that matter, back when there were shelves.)

The 29-track album collects live highlights from Chesney’s various tours, stretching back to 2007. Among the guests on the album: Taylor Swift, Dave Matthews, Eric Church, and Grace Potter.
Live in No Shoes Nation.is the first live album to top the Billboard 200 since the various-artists charity collection Hope for Haiti Now in February 2010. It’s the first live album by a single act to reach No. 1 since Sugarland’s LIVE on the Outside in August 2009.
Only one other country artist has amassed as many as eight No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200. Garth Brooks leads the country pack with nine No. 1 albums.
Live in No Shoes Nation also enters Top Country Albums at No. 1, displacing Chris Young’s Losing Sleep. It’s Chesney’s 15th album to top the country chart. It’s Chesney’s second live album to top the country chart, following 2006’s Live: Live Those Songs Again.
The title of the new album, Live in No Shoes Nation, is a play on the title of Chesney’s 2002 album, No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problems. That was his first album to reach No. 1 on both the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums.
Top Albums
Kelly Clarkson’s Meaning of Life debuts at No. 2. All eight of her studio albums have made the top three.

Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon debuts at No. 3. All eight of his studio albums have made the top 10, as did a 2015 collabo with Tyga.
Without Warning, a collaboration by 21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin, debuts at No. 4. It’s the second top 10 album for 21 Savage, following Issa Album, which reached No. 2. It’s the first for Offset as a solo artist. (He reached No. 1 as a member of Migos with Culture.) It’s the first for Metro Boomin. Three-way collabos are rare. Four-way collabos are even rarer. Twenty years ago this month, a collaboration by four solo artists debuted at No. 1. Nas (Escobar), Foxy Brown, AZ and Nature joined forces for The Firm—The Album, which topped the chart in November 1997.
Post Malone’s Stoney dips from its No. 4 peak to No. 5 in its 47th week.
Yo Gotti lands his third consecutive top 10 album as I Still Am debuts at No. 6. The title of the new album is a play on the title of his 2013 album, I Am.
Big K.R.I.T.’s 4eva is a Mighty Long Time debuts at No. 7. All three of his studio albums have made the top 10.

Ed Sheeran’s ÷ dips from No. 7 to No. 8 in its 35th week. The album spent its first two weeks at No. 1.
Future and Young Thug’s Super Slimey drops from No. 2 to No. 9 in its second week.
Lil Uzi Vert’s first full-length album, Luv Is Rage 2, dips from No. 9 to No. 10 in its 10th week. The album debuted at No. 1.

Neill Horan’s Flicker drops from No. 1 to No. 20 in its second week. Five other albums drop out of the top 10 this week: P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma drops from No. 3 to No. 18. Chris Young’s Losing Sleep drops from No. 5 to No. 50. Gucci Mane’s Mr. Davis drops from No. 6 to No. 14. Darius Rucker’s When Was the Last Time drops from No. 8 to No. 46. Demi Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me drops from No. 10 to No. 16.
Weezer’s Pacific Daydream debuts at a disappointing No. 23. This breaks a string of eight consecutive top 10 albums by the group.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits drops from No. 17 to No. 26 in its 239th chart week. The compilation holds at No. 1 on Top Catalog Albums for the fifth consecutive week (and the sixth week overall). This is the only album to spend five consecutive weeks at No. 1 on this chart so far this year. In terms of total weeks at No. 1 so far this year, it’s second only to Ed Sheeran’s x (six weeks).
The Moana soundtrack drops from No. 38 to No. 44 in its 50th week. The album peaked at No. 2. It’s No. 1 on Top Soundtracks for the 28th week.
Coming Attractions: In addition to the aforementioned albums by Sam Smith and Maroon 5, look for high debuts next week by Kelsea Ballerini’s Unapologetically, Blake Shelton’s Texoma Shore, and Kid Rock’s Sweet Southern Sugar.
Top Songs
Post Malone’s “Rockstar” (featuring 21 Savage) logs its fourth week at No. 1 on the Hot 100. That’s the longest run at No. 1 for a rap song since Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” (featuring Gucci Mane) topped the chart for seven weeks late last year into early this year. “Rockstar” also logs its fourth week at No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Camila Cabello’s “Havana” (featuring Young Thug) vaults from No. 7 to No. 2 in its 12th week. It’s Cabello’s highest-charting hit to date, either solo or with Fifth Harmony. She had climbed as high as No. 4 with Fifth Harmony’s “Work from Home” (featuring Ty Dolla $ign) and her own “Bad Things,” a collabo with Machine Gun Kelly. “Havana” moves up to No. 1 on The Official U.K. Singles Chart, displacing “Rockstar.” It’s Cabello’s first No. 1 in the U.K., either on her own or with Fifth Harmony. That girl group climbed as high as No. 2 in the U.K. with “Work from Home.”
Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” dips from No. 2 to No. 3 in its 18th week. The song logged three weeks at No. 1.
Logic’s “1-800-273-8255” (featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid) dips from its No. 3 peak to No. 4 in its 27th week.
Imagine Dragons’ “Thunder” holds at No. 5 in its 27th week. The sold 54K digital copies this week, which allows it to return to No. 1 on Top Digital Songs. This is its third week on top. It also hits No. 1 on Top Rock Songs, displacing Portugal. The Man’s “Feel It Still.” It’s the band’s third No. 1 on that chart, following “Radioactive” (which topped the chart for 23 weeks) and “Believer” (which led for 29 weeks).
Portugal. The Man’s “Feel It Still” drops from No. 4 to No. 6 in its 20th week.
Lil Pump lands his first top 10 hit as “Gucci Gang” leaps from No. 14 to No. 7 in its eighth week.

Demi Lovato’s “Sorry Not Sorry” drops from its No. 6 peak to No. 8 in its 17th week.
J Balvin & Willy William’s “Mi Gente” (featuring Beyoncé) dips from No. 8 to No. 9 in its 18th week. Four weeks ago, it tied Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” as Beyoncé’s highest-charting featured credit. “Telephone” reached No. 3 in April 2010.
Sam Smith’s “Too Good at Goodbyes” dips from No. 9 to No. 10 in its eighth week. The song peaked at No. 5. Smith’s sophomore album, The Thrill of It All, will debut at No. 1 next week.
Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” drops out of the top 10 this week.
Nicki Minaj lands her 81st Hot 100 hit as “MotorSport,” a co-equal collabo with Migos and Cardi B, debuts at No. 14. This extends Minaj’s record as the female artist with the most Hot 100 hits. Aretha Franklin and Taylor Swift are tied for second place with 73 chart hits each.
Selena Gomez lands the 18th top 40 hit of her career as “Wolves,” a collabo with Marshmello, leaps from No. 88 to No. 35 in its second week. Gomez’s tally of top 40 hits includes five hits with her old group, Selena Gomez and the Scene.

“What Ifs” (featuring Lauren Alaina) logs its fifth week at No. 1 on Hot Country Songs. This is the longest that any collaboration has stayed on top since Florida Georgia Line’s “This Is How We Roll” (featuring Luke Bryan) spent six weeks on top in 2014.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:55 pm

Current Boxscore

Rank Artist/Event Venue City/State Event Dates Gross Sales Attend/ Capacity Shows/Sellouts Prices Promoters
1 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Gojira, Mix Master Mike Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. July 29, 2017 $6,384,282 60,509 / 63,285 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
2 Dead & Company Wrigley Field Chicago, Ill. June 30-July 1, 2017 $6,357,746 79,489 / 86,856 2 / 0 $130, $104, $80, $35 Live Nation
3 Britney Spears The Axis at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 11, 13-14, 18, 20-21, 25, 27-28, 2017 $6,291,563 37,220 / 40,296 9 / 0 $495, $179, $94, $54 Caesars Entertainment
4 Paul McCartney Estadio Beira-Rio Porto Alegre, Brazil Oct. 13, 2017 $6,054,860 45,774 / 46,989 1 / 0 $472.81, $20.49 T4F-Time For Fun
5 Paul McCartney Allianz Parque Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 15, 2017 $5,613,520 46,070 / 46,557 1 / 0 $270, $55.59 T4F-Time For Fun
6 Kid Rock, Robert Randolph & The Family Band Little Caesars Arena Detroit, Mich. Sept. 12-13, 15-16, 19-20, 2017 $5,479,343 86,893 / 86,893 6 / 6 $75, $55, $35, $20 Live Nation/Olympia Entertainment
7 Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Lucinda Williams Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, Calif. Sept. 21-22, 25, 2017 $5,356,430 49,217 / 52,205 3 / 0 $279.50, $49.50 Live Nation
8 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Gojira, Mix Master Mike University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Ariz. Aug. 4, 2017 $5,246,586 52,926 / 54,881 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
9 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Gojira, Mix Master Mike CenturyLink Field Seattle, Wash. Aug. 9, 2017 $4,944,489 47,175 / 56,082 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
10 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Gojira, Mix Master Mike Petco Park San Diego, Calif. Aug. 6, 2017 $4,846,411 43,491 / 44,916 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
11 Roger Waters Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario Oct. 2-3, 13, 2017 $4,640,310 40,061 / 40,061 3 / 3 $200.34, $120.21, $68.12, $44.08 Concerts West/AEG Presents
12 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, Mix Master Mike Camping World Stadium Orlando, Fla. July 5, 2017 $4,613,708 39,961 / 53,163 1 / 0 $155.50, $55 Live Nation
13 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, Mix Master Mike SunTrust Park Atlanta, Ga. July 9, 2017 $4,531,443 39,024 / 41,246 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
14 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, Mix Master Mike Comerica Park Detroit, Mich. July 12, 2017 $4,501,650 40,573 / 43,159 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
15 Metallica, Kvelertak O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 22, 24, 2017 $4,245,290 39,976 / 41,130 2 / 0 $112.11, $65.94 Live Nation
16 Paul McCartney Estadio do Mineirao Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oct. 17, 2017 $4,241,190 41,374 / 49,025 1 / 0 $348.35, $55.42 T4F-Time For Fun
17 Roger Waters Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec Oct. 16-17, 19, 2017 $3,813,280 34,983 / 38,143 3 / 0 $200.47, $120.28, $68.16, $44.10 Concerts West/AEG Presents/evenko
18 Paul McCartney Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova Salvador, Brazil Oct. 20, 2017 $3,523,040 39,868 / 57,918 1 / 0 $236.38, $24.58 T4F-Time For Fun
19 Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, Mix Master Mike Hard Rock Stadium Miami, Fla. July 7, 2017 $3,163,523 32,168 / 45,433 1 / 0 $155.50, $55.50 Live Nation
20 Roger Waters Centre Videotron Quebec City, Quebec Oct. 6-7, 2017 $2,966,180 25,105 / 25,105 2 / 2 $199.73, $119.84, $67.91, $43.94 Concerts West/AEG Presents
21 Roger Waters Rogers Arena Vancouver, British Columbia Oct. 28-29, 2017 $2,927,440 25,520 / 27,312 2 / 0 $194.33, $116.60, $66.07, $42.75 Concerts West/AEG Presents
22 Ohana Festival: Jack Johnson, Eddie Vedder, Social Distortion, Haim, Ray LaMontagne, The Pixies, The Naked and Famous, Fiona Apple, TV on the Radio & others Doheny State Beach Dana Point, Calif. Sept. 8-10, 2017 $2,804,579 20,562 / 40,905 3 / 0 $199, $99.50 Live Nation
23 Katy Perry, Noah Cyrus Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. Oct. 2, 6, 2017 $2,618,096 21,688 / 22,667 2 / 0 $220, $144.50, $94.50, $44.50 Goldenvoice
24 Elton John, Busby Marou Cazaly's Stadium Cairns, Australia Sept. 30, 2017 $2,593,040 22,577 / 25,000 1 / 0 $227.68, $148.51, $93.63, $49.03 Chugg Touring
25 Above & Beyond, Genix, Sunny Lax, Oliver Smith, Seven Lions, Jason Ross The Gorge George, Wash. Sept. 16, 2017 $2,534,684 22,697 / 25,000 1 / 0 $229, $179, $129 Live Nation
26 Elton John, Busby Marou WIN Stadium Wollongong, Australia Sept. 24, 2017 $2,474,560 20,843 / 21,455 1 / 0 $226.66, $132.91, $93.84, $49.98 Chugg Touring
27 Jennifer Lopez The Axis at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Nev. Sept. 27, 29-30, 2017 $2,158,041 11,408 / 12,652 3 / 0 $412, $214, $164, $54 Caesars Entertainment/Live Nation
28 Metallica, Kvelertak Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Oct. 28, 2017 $2,038,870 19,423 / 19,423 1 / 1 $111.46, $65.56 Live Nation
29 Villa Mix Festival: Fifth Harmony, Jorge e Mateus, Simone e Simaria & others Estadio do Morumbi Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 7, 2017 $2,026,960 27,733 / 36,553 1 / 0 $759.73, $31.66 T4F-Time For Fun
30 Roger Waters Rogers Place Edmonton, Alberta Oct. 24-25, 2017 $1,973,130 19,347 / 23,440 2 / 0 $178.03, $118.69, $67.26, $43.52 Concerts West/AEG Presents
31 J. Cole, J.I.D., EarthGang, Ari Lennox O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 15-16, 2017 $1,964,980 27,568 / 37,508 2 / 0 $73.06, $59.78 Live Nation
32 Diana Ross Encore Theater at Wynn Hotel Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 11, 13-14, 18, 20-21, 25, 27-28, 2017 $1,842,578 12,015 / 12,910 9 / 5 $295, $195, $125, $59.50 AEG Presents/Wynn Las Vegas
33 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Nancy Wilson Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, Mich. Sept. 23, 2017 $1,814,573 15,550 / 15,550 1 / 1 $95, $75 Live Nation
34 Bruno Mars, Jorja Smith Toyota Center Houston, Texas Oct. 24, 2017 $1,805,759 13,529 / 13,529 1 / 1 $295, $275, $200, $85 Live Nation
35 Elton John, Busby Marou BB Print Stadium Mackay, Australia Sept. 22, 2017 $1,797,090 14,586 / 14,675 1 / 0 $231.01, $134.77, $95, $49.75 Chugg Touring
36 Bruno Mars, Jorja Smith American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Oct. 27, 2017 $1,744,937 14,879 / 14,879 1 / 1 $145, $94.50, $74.50, $44.50 Live Nation
37 Rammstein, KoRn, Stone Sour T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nev. July 1, 2017 $1,656,900 14,711 / 14,711 1 / 1 $250, $49.50 Live Nation
38 Elton John Derwent Entertainment Centre Hobart, Australia Sept. 27-28, 2017 $1,617,930 10,092 / 10,234 2 / 1 $227.34, $130.39, $70.92, $69.51 Chugg Touring
39 Green Day, Catfish and the Bottlemen Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. Sept. 16, 2017 $1,597,843 36,912 / 44,927 1 / 0 $185, $29 Live Nation
40 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Nancy Wilson TD Garden Boston, Mass. Sept. 14, 2017 $1,575,531 14,124 / 14,272 1 / 0 $95, $45 Live Nation
41 Farm Aid: Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young, Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson, The Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow & others KeyBank Pavilion Burgettstown, Pa. Sept. 16, 2017 $1,550,116 21,825 / 22,791 1 / 0 $189.50, $49.50 Live Nation
42 Bluesfest presents Steely Dan O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 29, 2017 $1,460,370 15,043 / 15,950 1 / 0 $164.06, $59.06 Live Nation
43 Bruno Mars, Jorja Smith Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. Nov. 2, 2017 $1,427,143 12,730 / 12,730 1 / 1 $253, $138, $89.50, $49.50 Live Nation
44 Metallica, Kvelertak SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Oct. 26, 2017 $1,382,510 12,748 / 12,748 1 / 1 $112.23, $33.01 Live Nation
45 Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, D.R.A.M. American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas July 14, 2017 $1,352,113 13,362 / 13,362 1 / 1 $124.50, $74.50, $44.50 Live Nation
46 Bluesfest presents Chic featuring Nile Rodgers O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 27, 2017 $1,348,370 13,517 / 15,771 1 / 0 $165.10, $59.43 Live Nation
47 Pete Townshend's Classic Quadrophenia, Billy Idol, Alfie Boe Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Opera House New York, N.Y. Sept. 9-10, 2017 $1,343,097 7,085 / 7,999 2 / 0 $250, $42.50 Live Nation
48 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Nancy Wilson PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh, Pa. Sept. 28, 2017 $1,241,406 13,515 / 14,379 1 / 0 $95, $75 Live Nation
49 Queen + Adam Lambert American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Aug. 4, 2017 $1,240,050 11,481 / 11,481 1 / 1 $170, $120, $84.50, $44.50 Live Nation
50 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Pepsi Center Denver, Colo. Sept. 29, 2017 $1,226,637 12,671 / 13,205 1 / 0 $125.75, $38.75 Live Nation
51 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Steve Moakler Capital One Arena Washington, D.C. Oct. 13, 2017 $1,200,627 13,537 / 13,537 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
52 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Nancy Wilson Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Mich. Sept. 19, 2017 $1,193,502 11,654 / 11,654 1 / 1 $95, $75 Live Nation
53 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav, Lil Panda Bridgestone Arena Nashville, Tenn. Oct. 29, 2017 $1,184,120 15,987 / 15,987 1 / 1 $125.75, $39.75 Live Nation
54 Roger Waters Bell MTS Place Winnipeg, Manitoba Oct. 22, 2017 $1,182,730 11,152 / 12,682 1 / 0 $178.15, $118.77, $67.30, $43.55 Concerts West/AEG Presents
55 Sebastian Maniscalco Borgata Casino Atlantic City, N.J. July 6-9, 2017 $1,171,503 16,786 / 17,411 7 / 0 $250, $39.75 Live Nation
56 Bluesfest presents Daryl Hall & John Oates O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 28, 2017 $1,166,720 11,358 / 15,735 1 / 0 $163.91, $59.01 Live Nation
57 Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band PH Showroom at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 13-14, 17, 20-21, 24, 27-28, 2017 $1,155,180 8,807 / 10,088 8 / 0 $217, $162, $108, $75 Caesars Entertainment/Live Nation
58 Roger Waters Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa, Ontario Oct. 10, 2017 $1,148,110 11,365 / 12,478 1 / 0 $199.31, $119.59, $67.76, $43.85 Concerts West/AEG Presents
59 Queen + Adam Lambert KeyArena Seattle, Wash. July 1, 2017 $1,138,564 11,077 / 11,908 1 / 0 $175, $49.50 Live Nation
60 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Larkin Poe DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, Mich. Sept. 9, 2017 $1,110,112 14,888 / 15,022 1 / 0 $95, $45 Live Nation
61 Widespread Panic The Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 27-29, 2017 $1,100,020 16,659 / 16,659 3 / 3 $300, $65 AEG Presents
62 Jim Gaffigan Chicago Theatre Chicago, Ill. Oct. 12-14, 2017 $1,094,717 17,360 / 17,765 5 / 4 $86, $56, $36 Outback Concerts/Jam Productions
63 Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Van Morrison, Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers & others Hersheypark Stadium Hershey, Pa. Sept. 10, 2017 $1,091,770 20,387 / 24,942 1 / 0 $275, $30 Live Nation
64 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav TD Garden Boston, Mass. Sept. 12, 2017 $1,078,385 10,446 / 10,984 1 / 0 $171.25, $35.25 Live Nation
65 James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, N.Y. July 7, 2017 $1,072,419 12,827 / 13,273 1 / 0 $99, $65 Live Nation
66 Donny & Marie The Showroom at The Flamingo Las Vegas, Nev. Sept. 26-30, Oct. 3-7, 17-21, 24-28, 2017 $1,063,106 11,594 / 14,560 20 / 0 $283, $136, $119, $104 Caesars Entertainment
67 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, LoCash Amway Arena Orlando, Fla. Oct. 21, 2017 $1,058,484 12,071 / 12,071 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
68 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, Minn. Sept. 24, 2017 $1,043,627 13,243 / 13,795 1 / 0 $125.75, $39.75 Live Nation
69 Muse Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, N.Y. July 22, 2017 $1,038,995 12,939 / 12,763 1 / 0 $95.50, $45.50 Live Nation
70 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Nancy Wilson U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati, Ohio Sept. 21, 2017 $1,033,209 12,046 / 13,274 1 / 0 $95, $75 Live Nation
71 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Margo Price Barclays Center Brooklyn, N.Y. Oct. 27, 2017 $1,023,077 12,501 / 12,501 1 / 1 $129.50, $99.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
72 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Capital One Arena Washington, D.C. Sept. 15, 2017 $1,001,633 12,136 / 13,395 1 / 0 $175.25, $35.25 Live Nation
73 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Steve Moakler Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, N.C. Oct. 14, 2017 $974,210 12,043 / 12,043 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
74 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, LoCash Amalie Arena Tampa, Fla. Oct. 20, 2017 $960,177 12,108 / 12,108 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
75 Little Mix O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 26, 2017 $950,564 15,762 / 16,864 1 / 0 $151.85, $36.31 SJM Concerts
76 Marco Antonio Solis American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Sept. 30, 2017 $948,334 8,215 / 8,215 1 / 1 $175, $135, $90, $65 Marquez Brothers Entertainment
77 John Bishop O2 Arena London, U.K. Nov. 2-3, 2017 $936,694 20,801 / 29,410 2 / 0 $52.43, $16.59 Phil McIntyre Entertainments
78 Queen + Adam Lambert Sprint Center Kansas City, Mo. July 9, 2017 $934,820 10,384 / 10,384 1 / 1 $175, $49.50 Live Nation
79 James Taylor Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pa. July 9, 2017 $917,249 10,032 / 13,336 1 / 0 $99, $65 Live Nation
80 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Nancy Wilson Blue Cross Arena Rochester, N.Y. Sept. 12, 2017 $914,483 10,600 / 11,001 1 / 0 $88, $68, $48 Live Nation
81 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Margo Price KeyBank Center Buffalo, N.Y. Oct. 26, 2017 $909,707 12,042 / 12,042 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
82 Imagine Dragons, Grouplove, K.Flay T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nev. Sept. 29, 2017 $896,964 14,350 / 14,763 1 / 0 $99.50, $29.50 Live Nation
83 New Order, Goldfrapp Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, Calif. Sept. 18, 2017 $893,991 11,717 / 17,471 1 / 0 $155, $32.50 Live Nation
84 Jimmy Buffett Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo. July 6, 2017 $892,911 18,844 / 18,844 1 / 1 $130, $30 Live Nation
85 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Steve Moakler PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh, Pa. Oct. 12, 2017 $885,368 11,414 / 11,414 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
86 Janet Jackson American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Sept. 14, 2017 $878,887 11,255 / 13,808 1 / 0 $131, $96, $51.50, $16 Live Nation
87 Queen + Adam Lambert Pepsi Center Denver, Colo. July 6, 2017 $876,828 8,228 / 13,737 1 / 0 $175, $49.50 Live Nation
88 Muse, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Pvris Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, Calif. Sept. 15, 2017 $874,138 21,518 / 21,962 1 / 0 $95.50, $45.50 Live Nation
89 Imagine Dragons Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec Oct. 27, 2017 $869,181 14,951 / 14,951 1 / 1 $77.63, $23.02 evenko/Live Nation
90 Atlantic City Comedy Festival Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City, N.J. Oct. 7-8, 2017 $864,416 11,585 / 16,048 1 / 0 $125, $49 in-house
91 One Music Fest: Jill Scott, Yasiin Bey, Damian Jr. Gong Marley, Sean Paul, Jidenna, Migos, Kaytranada Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta, Ga. Sept. 9, 2017 $858,061 13,097 / 18,920 1 / 0 $110, $55 Live Nation
92 The Weeknd, French Montana, Nav Toyota Center Houston, Texas Oct. 17, 2017 $853,030 9,624 / 9,624 1 / 1 $275, $165, $89.75, $39.75 Live Nation
93 James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt Prudential Center Newark, N.J. July 6, 2017 $837,802 8,067 / 11,312 1 / 0 $99, $65 Live Nation
94 Marc Anthony American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Oct. 22, 2017 $835,058 7,282 / 7,282 1 / 1 $194, $144, $94, $44 Cardenas Marketing Network/Live Nation
95 Future O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 23, 2017 $784,651 10,933 / 12,241 1 / 0 $72.53, $59.34 Live Nation
96 Umphrey's McGee, Stick Figure, Snarky Puppy, Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, Bokante Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, Colo. June 30, July 1-2, 2017 $769,336 24,183 / 28,575 3 / 0 $99, $35, $25 Live Nation
97 Little Mix, Lina, Jessarae Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Oct. 20, 2017 $768,331 14,434 / 14,434 1 / 1 $59.31, $32.95 SJM Concerts
98 Zac Brown Band XFINITY Theatre Hartford, Conn. July 6, 2017 $759,348 23,757 / 24,442 1 / 0 $85.75, $35.75 Live Nation
99 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Sprint Center Kansas City, Mo. Sept. 26, 2017 $746,571 9,439 / 10,073 1 / 0 $137, $102, $69.75, $39.75 Live Nation
100 Kid Rock, Robert Randolph & The Family Band Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Mich. Sept. 6, 2017 $739,214 10,413 / 10,707 1 / 0 $75, $20 Live Nation
101 Queen + Adam Lambert CenturyLink Center Omaha, Neb. July 8, 2017 $734,216 9,155 / 13,883 1 / 0 $175, $49.50 Live Nation
102 Imagine Dragons, Grouplove, K.Flay Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, Ariz. Sept. 26, 2017 $732,154 12,551 / 12,977 1 / 0 $972, $39 Live Nation
103 Micky Flanagan O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 21, 2017 $730,359 15,719 / 16,304 1 / 0 $49.34, $32.89 Live Nation
104 Zac Brown Band PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel, N.J. July 8, 2017 $720,580 16,600 / 16,957 1 / 0 $85.75, $35.75 Live Nation
105 Gorillaz, D.R.A.M. Infinite Energy Center Duluth, Ga. Oct. 11, 2017 $718,601 9,707 / 9,707 1 / 1 $93.75, $83.75, $53.75, $43.75 Live Nation
106 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pa. Sept. 16, 2017 $715,129 8,781 / 11,764 1 / 0 $175.25, $35.25 Live Nation
107 Nick Cannon presents Wild 'N Out Live Infinite Energy Center Duluth, Ga. Oct. 28, 2017 $709,436 9,806 / 10,387 1 / 0 $143, $113, $89, $34 Rip Michaels Entertainment
108 Stone Free Festival: Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow O2 Arena London, U.K. June 17, 2017 $707,541 8,582 / 15,275 1 / 0 $83.02, $41.51 Kilimanjaro Live/AEG Presents/in-house
109 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Ind. Sept. 20, 2017 $702,018 10,853 / 11,592 1 / 0 $125.75, $39.75 Live Nation
110 Ana Gabriel The Theater at Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. Oct. 29, 2017 $699,695 5,398 / 5,398 1 / 1 $205, $165, $115, $65 NYK Productions
111 Janet Jackson KeyArena Seattle, Wash. Sept. 27, 2017 $675,461 10,355 / 11,747 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
112 Nickelback Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, Colo. Sept. 12, 2017 $672,520 8,597 / 9,525 1 / 0 $125, $75 Live Nation
113 Emeli Sande O2 Arena London, U.K. Oct. 18, 2017 $672,138 10,003 / 13,592 1 / 0 $75.99, $52.20 Live Nation
114 Lionel Richie, Mariah Carey American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Aug. 3, 2017 $670,231 8,095 / 8,095 1 / 1 $160, $95, $75, $34.50 Live Nation
115 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, LoCash BB&T Center Sunrise, Fla. Oct. 19, 2017 $667,022 9,281 / 9,281 1 / 1 $119.50, $89.50, $69.50 Messina Touring Group/AEG Presents
116 J. Cole, J.I.D., Ari Lennox, EarthGang Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Oct. 21, 2017 $663,802 10,228 / 11,379 1 / 0 $65.78, $52.63 Live Nation
117 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, Neb. Sept. 27, 2017 $661,139 10,442 / 10,950 1 / 0 $125, $39.75 Live Nation
118 Chris Stapleton, Brent Cobb, Marty Stuart Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Mich. Nov. 4, 2017 $656,408 10,351 / 10,351 1 / 1 $70.75, $35.75 Live Nation
119 Muse, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Pvris Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, Colo. Sept. 18, 2017 $645,767 9,212 / 9,525 1 / 0 $95.50, $45.50 Live Nation
120 Mumford & Sons, Hiss Golden Messenger Amway Center Orlando, Fla. Sept. 21, 2017 $637,000 11,299 / 11,741 1 / 0 $60, $40 Live Nation
121 Solange, Earl Sweatshirt, Sun Ra Arkestra Radio City Music Hall New York, N.Y. Oct. 2-3, 2017 $630,682 10,998 / 11,608 2 / 1 $86.50, $66.50, $57, $36.50 The Bowery Presents/MSG Live
122 Kings of Leon, Dawes First Tennessee Park Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 29, 2017 $627,668 9,308 / 11,996 1 / 0 $79.50, $29.50 Live Nation
123 Imagine Dragons Centre Videotron Quebec City, Quebec Oct. 26, 2017 $627,379 11,681 / 12,766 1 / 0 $78.14, $31.02 Live Nation/Gestev/evenko
124 Janet Jackson Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. Sept. 24, 2017 $626,357 7,002 / 11,688 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
125 Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows, Rivers & Rust XFINITY Center Mansfield, Mass. Sept. 8, 2017 $624,675 12,644 / 14,163 1 / 0 $125.50, $39.50 Live Nation
126 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Schottenstein Center Columbus, Ohio Sept. 19, 2017 $623,740 9,850 / 12,437 1 / 0 $125.75, $39.75 Live Nation
127 The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Nav Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. Sept. 6, 2017 $620,364 9,434 / 9,988 1 / 0 $99.75, $79.75, $59.75, $39.75 Live Nation
128 Scorpions, Megadeth Allstate Arena Rosemont, Ill. Sept. 23, 2017 $618,528 11,825 / 12,470 1 / 0 $89, $29 Live Nation
129 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Greta Van Fleet Dow Event Center Saginaw, Mich. Sept. 7, 2017 $613,872 6,411 / 6,499 1 / 0 $95, $45 Live Nation
130 Mumford & Sons, Hiss Golden Messenger Amalie Arena Tampa, Fla. Sept. 20, 2017 $612,533 11,256 / 11,536 1 / 0 $61.25, $41.25 Live Nation
131 Little Mix, Lina, Jessarae SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Oct. 19, 2017 $610,015 11,222 / 11,222 1 / 1 $59.33, $32.96 SJM Concerts/DF Concerts
132 Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Sept. 25, 2017 $609,177 9,889 / 10,222 1 / 0 $74.23, $60.73 DHP Live
133 Nickelback Darling's Waterfront Pavilion Bangor, Maine July 7, 2017 $594,192 11,837 / 13,825 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
134 Tony Bennett Radio City Music Hall New York, N.Y. Oct. 6, 2017 $593,785 5,630 / 5,630 1 / 1 $151, $101, $76, $56 Live Nation/MSG Live
135 Van Morrison Ascend Amphitheater Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 14, 2017 $589,566 6,685 / 6,827 1 / 0 $85 Live Nation
136 Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows, Rivers & Rust DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, Mich. Sept. 23, 2017 $588,203 14,485 / 14,869 1 / 0 $125.50, $99.50, $49.50, $29.50 Live Nation
137 Gloria Trevi vs. Alejandra Guzman Smart Financial Centre Sugar Land, Texas July 1, 2017 $581,645 6,066 / 6,266 1 / 0 $125, $39.50 Live Nation
138 Mumford & Sons, Hiss Golden Messenger American Airlines Arena Miami, Fla. Sept. 19, 2017 $579,585 10,640 / 11,234 1 / 0 $60, $40 Live Nation
139 Gorillaz KeyArena Seattle, Wash. Sept. 30, 2017 $572,877 10,875 / 11,121 1 / 0 $99, $50 Live Nation
140 Muse, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Pvris USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City, Utah Sept. 20, 2017 $570,379 17,137 / 20,000 1 / 0 $95.50, $45.50 Live Nation
141 Stevie Nicks, Vanessa Carlton Covelli Centre Youngstown, Ohio Sept. 15, 2017 $548,096 5,837 / 6,438 1 / 0 $136.50, $86.50, $66.50, $56.50 Live Nation
142 Barry Manilow Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pa. Sept. 15, 2017 $546,657 7,777 / 13,233 1 / 0 $139.50, $99.50, $79.50, $29.50 Live Nation
143 Sammy Hagar Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo. Sept. 30, 2017 $544,384 18,149 / 20,500 1 / 0 $145, $50 Live Nation
144 Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows, Rivers & Rust Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, Texas Sept. 30, 2017 $535,812 13,817 / 15,918 1 / 0 $125.50, $29.50 Live Nation
145 Santana Isleta Amphitheater Albuquerque, N.M. July 1, 2017 $524,921 14,301 / 14,867 1 / 0 $200, $25.50 Live Nation
146 Logic Greek Theatre Los Angeles, Calif. July 9-10, 2017 $522,499 11,056 / 11,796 2 / 0 $32.50, $22.50 Live Nation
147 Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows, Rivers & Rust Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Tinley Park, Ill. Sept. 17, 2017 $520,285 14,096 / 28,628 1 / 0 $125.50, $39.50 Live Nation
148 Santana Smart Financial Centre Sugar Land, Texas July 3, 2017 $517,778 6,057 / 6,253 1 / 0 $200, $25.50 Live Nation
149 Janet Jackson Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, Ariz. Sept. 21, 2017 $513,976 7,504 / 12,386 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
150 We Are Manchester: Noel Gallagher, The Courteeners, Blossoms, Rick Astley, Pixie Lott Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Sept. 9, 2017 $512,226 13,905 / 13,905 1 / 1 $39.50, $32.92 SMG Europe
151 VetsAid: Joe Walsh, Zac Brown Band, Gary Clark Jr., Keith Urban EagleBank Arena Fairfax, Va. Sept. 20, 2017 $511,239 4,778 / 7,374 1 / 0 $150, $100, $50 Live Nation
152 Janet Jackson Moda Center Portland, Ore. Sept. 29, 2017 $511,238 8,017 / 9,455 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
153 Janet Jackson AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas Sept. 13, 2017 $508,536 6,773 / 13,539 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
154 Gloria Trevi vs. Alejandra Guzman Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. June 11, 2017 $508,056 6,026 / 9,017 1 / 0 $123, $97, $57, $37.50 Live Nation
155 Green Day, Catfish and the Bottlemen AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas Sept. 9, 2017 $507,639 8,820 / 12,899 1 / 0 $69.50, $39.50 Live Nation
156 Lady Antebellum, Brett Young, Kelsea Ballerini SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Oct. 7, 2017 $506,501 11,088 / 11,238 1 / 0 $49.86, $36.79 Regular Music
157 Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Jamey Johnson Austin360 Amphitheater Austin, Texas July 4, 2017 $505,919 8,312 / 12,417 1 / 0 $75, $35 Live Nation
158 Green Day, Catfish and the Bottlemen Mattress Firm Amphitheatre Chula Vista, Calif. Sept. 13, 2017 $502,020 10,561 / 19,463 1 / 0 $69.50, $39.50 Live Nation
159 Imagine Dragons, Grouplove, K.Flay Mattress Firm Amphitheatre Chula Vista, Calif. Sept. 28, 2017 $496,613 11,845 / 19,582 1 / 0 $124, $28 Live Nation
160 Arcade Fire, Preservation Hall Jazz Band TD Garden Boston, Mass. Sept. 15, 2017 $495,154 8,410 / 15,950 1 / 0 $75, $35 Live Nation
161 Emeli Sande, Calum Scott Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Oct. 22, 2017 $487,692 7,578 / 9,850 1 / 0 $72.54, $49.46 Live Nation
162 J Balvin Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 8, 2017 $484,891 6,856 / 6,856 1 / 1 $129.50, $99.50, $59.50, $36.50 AEG Presents
163 Janet Jackson Isleta Amphitheater Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 19, 2017 $478,130 12,295 / 15,003 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
164 Barry Manilow NYCB Live, Home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, N.Y. Sept. 14, 2017 $476,816 6,197 / 7,099 1 / 0 $139.50, $99.50, $79.50, $29.50 Live Nation
165 Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows, Rivers & Rust Klipsch Music Center Noblesville, Ind. Sept. 24, 2017 $475,812 16,170 / 23,092 1 / 0 $125.50, $29.50 Live Nation
166 Caifanes Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 13, 2017 $474,491 6,949 / 6,984 1 / 0 $139, $89, $69, $39 AEG Presents
167 John Legend, Jack Savoretti Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Sept. 16, 2017 $472,526 5,259 / 6,943 1 / 0 $94.60, $60.81 Live Nation
168 Nickelback XFINITY Center Mansfield, Mass. July 8, 2017 $471,026 10,727 / 13,939 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
169 Pete Townshend's Classic Quadrophenia Greek Theatre Los Angeles, Calif. Sept. 16, 2017 $470,621 4,412 / 5,867 1 / 0 $250, $42.50 Live Nation
170 Alice Cooper, Ace Frehley Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, Australia Oct. 25, 2017 $467,732 4,511 / 5,122 1 / 0 $134.79, $95.15 TEG Live
171 Green Day, Catfish and the Bottlemen Austin360 Amphitheater Austin, Texas Sept. 8, 2017 $464,864 9,974 / 12,664 1 / 0 $69.50, $39.50 Live Nation
172 Majic 102.1 Summer Block Party: Jill Scott, BBD, Brandy, Kid Capri, Ro James Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, Texas July 2, 2017 $455,699 8,879 / 15,907 1 / 0 $29.95 Live Nation
173 Banda MS Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 27, 2017 $452,054 4,617 / 6,080 1 / 0 $177.31, $57.41 Lizos Music
174 Chicago & The Doobie Brothers Daily's Place Jacksonville, Fla. July 1, 2017 $446,085 4,947 / 5,165 1 / 0 $150, $25 Live Nation
175 Nickelback, Daughtry, Shaman's Harvest USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City, Utah Sept. 16, 2017 $441,277 17,017 / 20,000 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
176 Above & Beyond O2 Arena London, U.K. Nov. 4, 2017 $435,601 9,726 / 10,366 1 / 0 $49.01, $38.56 SJM Concerts
177 Gorillaz Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, Ill. July 8, 2017 $433,553 8,796 / 9,240 1 / 0 $99, $50 Live Nation
178 A.R. Rahman Qudos Bank Arena Sydney, Australia Sept. 30, 2017 $428,144 4,985 / 10,659 1 / 0 $783.88, $53.46 Polux Media
179 Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers & others Starplex Pavilion Dallas, Texas July 2, 2017 $423,096 11,464 / 19,614 1 / 0 $275, $30 Live Nation
180 Nickelback Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, N.Y. July 10, 2017 $420,677 11,804 / 24,897 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
181 Arcade Fire Capital One Arena Washington, D.C. Sept. 16, 2017 $417,909 7,111 / 18,297 1 / 0 $75, $35 Live Nation
182 Steely Dan Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Mich. Oct. 16, 2017 $416,636 5,958 / 9,712 1 / 0 $150, $39.50 Live Nation
183 Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows, Rivers & Rust Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Sept. 20, 2017 $409,793 10,809 / 14,688 1 / 0 $125.50, $39.50 Live Nation
184 KMEL Hip Hop Holiday House of Soul: Trey Songz, Fetty Wap, Fabolous, Kid Ink, Tinashe Oracle Arena Oakland, Calif. Dec. 18, 2016 $407,283 7,769 / 14,633 1 / 0 $119.05, $23.81 AEG Presents
185 Emeli Sande, Calum Scott SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Oct. 15, 2017 $406,780 6,477 / 7,107 1 / 0 $75.72, $59.78 DF Concerts
186 KISS Smart Financial Centre Sugar Land, Texas Sept. 26, 2017 $406,016 3,805 / 5,434 1 / 0 $250, $99.50 Live Nation
187 Jack Johnson, Bahamas Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Raleigh, N.C. Sept. 29, 2017 $403,488 10,611 / 19,776 1 / 0 $89, $35 Live Nation
188 Nickelback Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, N.Y. July 1, 2017 $403,116 9,691 / 10,289 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
189 Jack Johnson, Bahamas Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta, Ga. Sept. 30, 2017 $394,639 10,596 / 11,151 1 / 0 $89, $35 Live Nation
190 Halsey American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Oct. 26, 2017 $393,809 7,414 / 7,414 1 / 1 $74.50, $54.50, $34.50, $24.50 Live Nation
191 Styx & REO Speedwagon Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Tinley Park, Ill. July 1, 2017 $392,525 13,322 / 28,620 1 / 0 $99.50, $29.50 Live Nation
192 Janet Jackson Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio Oct. 28, 2017 $391,129 5,031 / 7,030 1 / 0 $124.95, $54.95 Live Nation
193 Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Eric Church, Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers & others BB&T Pavilion Camden, N.J. Sept. 17, 2017 $389,106 8,880 / 22,603 1 / 0 $275, $30 Live Nation
194 Lady Antebellum, Kelsea Ballerini Manchester Arena Manchester, U.K. Oct. 4, 2017 $385,348 6,759 / 8,058 1 / 0 $66.25, $46.37 Live Nation
195 Nickelback PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel, N.J. July 2, 2017 $382,007 12,136 / 16,480 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
196 Matthew West, Jordan Feliz, Leanna Crawford Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center Midland, Texas Oct. 28, 2017 $374,801 978 / 1,704 1 / 0 $55, $22 Live Show Events/Texas Arms of Love
197 Rise Against & Deftones Mattress Firm Amphitheatre Chula Vista, Calif. July 7, 2017 $374,685 11,609 / 19,548 1 / 0 $55.50, $29.50 Live Nation
198 Jack Johnson, Bahamas PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte, N.C. Sept. 28, 2017 $363,631 8,664 / 18,871 1 / 0 $89, $35 Live Nation
199 Halsey, PartyNextDoor, Charli XCX Infinite Energy Center Duluth, Ga. Oct. 19, 2017 $359,441 6,172 / 6,927 1 / 0 $69.50, $59.50, $39.50 Live Nation
200 Steve Martin & Martin Short The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 29, 2017 $359,252 3,566 / 4,149 1 / 0 $175, $100, $79.95, $49.95 AEG Presents/Caesars Entertainment
201 Janet Jackson BOK Center Tulsa, Okla. Sept. 17, 2017 $358,156 4,315 / 11,146 1 / 0 $135.95, $35.95 Live Nation
202 Train Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, Calif. July 8, 2017 $353,793 14,394 / 22,019 1 / 0 $79.50, $25 Live Nation
203 Green Day, Catfish and the Bottlemen Isleta Amphitheater Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 11, 2017 $353,471 9,673 / 15,359 1 / 0 $69.50, $39.50 Live Nation
204 Muse, Thirty Seconds to Mars KeyBank Pavilion Burgettstown, Pa. Aug. 1, 2017 $351,367 9,291 / 23,143 1 / 0 $95.50, $45.50 Live Nation
205 Joe Rogan, Ian Edwards The Theater at Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. Nov. 3, 2017 $348,253 5,486 / 5,486 1 / 1 $81, $65, $55 Metropolitan Entertainment Consultants
206 Earth, Wind & Fire American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas July 23, 2017 $339,982 5,526 / 5,526 1 / 1 $174.50, $124.50, $74.50, $44.50 Live Nation
207 Paramore, Best Coast Radio City Music Hall New York, N.Y. Oct. 4, 2017 $338,197 5,865 / 5,865 1 / 1 $73.50, $53.50, $33.50 Live Nation
208 Styx & REO Speedwagon Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo. July 2, 2017 $337,386 13,878 / 19,467 1 / 0 $99.50, $29.50 Live Nation
209 Daryl Hall & John Oates, St. Paul & the Broken Bones H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Sept. 22, 2017 $332,186 4,429 / 6,492 1 / 0 $139.75, $59.75 AEG Presents
210 Fifth Harmony Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct. 6, 2017 $330,769 5,062 / 8,404 1 / 0 $175.11, $31.84 T4F-Time For Fun
211 Alison Krauss & David Gray Chastain Park Amphitheatre Atlanta, Ga. Sept. 30, 2017 $329,009 4,336 / 6,686 1 / 0 $75, $39.50 Live Nation
212 Marisela, Amanda Miguel Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 29, 2017 $328,805 4,304 / 4,304 1 / 1 $150, $100, $75, $40 AEG Presents
213 105.9 Kiss FM KISS Fest: Guy, Tony! Toni! Tone!, Jagged Edge, Dru Hill, After 7 Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill Sterling Heights, Mich. July 6, 2017 $327,020 6,798 / 7,308 1 / 0 $103.50, $29 Live Nation
214 Bad Bunny Rosemont Theatre Rosemont, Ill. Oct. 27, 2017 $324,792 4,384 / 4,384 1 / 1 $100.50, $40.50 Cardenas Marketing Network
215 Halsey, PartyNextDoor, Charli XCX Frank Erwin Center Austin, Texas Oct. 27, 2017 $322,555 5,684 / 8,827 1 / 0 $69.50, $29.50 Live Nation
216 Arcade Fire American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Sept. 28, 2017 $321,566 5,076 / 18,813 1 / 0 $80, $55, $35, $21 Live Nation
217 Bill Maher Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 7, 2017 $316,818 5,350 / 5,962 1 / 0 $135, $89.50, $65, $35 AEG Presents
218 Incubus MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre Tampa, Fla. July 7, 2017 $312,117 9,711 / 19,192 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
219 Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood The Anthem Washington, D.C. Oct. 20, 2017 $304,599 6,000 / 6,000 1 / 1 $75, $49.50 I.M.P.
220 Janet Jackson Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Mich. Nov. 1, 2017 $300,870 5,168 / 7,116 1 / 0 $99.50, $29.50 Live Nation
221 Harry Styles Chicago Theatre Chicago, Ill. Sept. 26, 2017 $297,764 3,553 / 3,553 1 / 1 $96, $76, $56 Live Nation
222 Steve Miller Band Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill Sterling Heights, Mich. July 1, 2017 $297,273 7,182 / 8,060 1 / 0 $135, $55 Live Nation
223 Matchbox Twenty, Matt Nathanson H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Sept. 29, 2017 $297,138 4,872 / 6,709 1 / 0 $67.75, $47.75 Live Nation
224 Maria Bethania Citibank Hall Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 13-14, 2017 $292,871 4,231 / 7,774 2 / 0 $176.52, $15.13 T4F-Time For Fun
225 Arijit Singh H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas April 29, 2017 $291,855 3,115 / 7,434 1 / 0 $1,500, $59 Roshni Productions/Bipin Patel/Dhoom Productions
226 Incubus Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta, Ga. July 8, 2017 $287,791 12,200 / 13,027 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
227 Rebelution Mattress Firm Amphitheatre Chula Vista, Calif. July 1, 2017 $284,474 12,912 / 19,535 1 / 0 $25, $20 Live Nation
228 Halsey, PartyNextDoor, Charli XCX Toyota Center Houston, Texas Oct. 25, 2017 $284,298 6,153 / 7,224 1 / 0 $69.50, $49.50, $39.50, $29.50 Live Nation
229 Franco Escamilla Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 21, 2017 $284,150 4,885 / 5,718 1 / 0 $125, $99, $79, $39 AEG Presents
230 Duran Duran The Masonic San Francisco, Calif. July 8, 2017 $283,370 3,110 / 3,204 1 / 0 $125, $39.50 Live Nation
231 Vans Warped Tour XFINITY Theatre Hartford, Conn. July 9, 2017 $283,342 9,795 / 24,712 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
232 Incubus Coral Sky Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, Fla. July 6, 2017 $282,460 9,686 / 19,482 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
233 OneRepublic Sprint Center Kansas City, Mo. July 7, 2017 $278,914 5,650 / 5,650 1 / 1 $145, $25 Live Nation
234 San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, Calif. July 4, 2017 $277,718 13,262 / 22,000 1 / 0 $20 Live Nation
235 Australian Pink Floyd Show SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Oct. 14, 2017 $276,926 5,882 / 5,958 1 / 0 $52.48, $39.20 SJM Concerts
236 Fifth Harmony Luna Park Buenos Aires, Argentina Oct. 2, 2017 $270,608 3,262 / 8,191 1 / 0 $139.34, $49.35 T4F-Time For Fun
237 Alt-J Place Bell Laval, Quebec Oct. 29, 2017 $270,303 6,105 / 6,105 1 / 1 $50.73, $19.51 evenko/Live Nation/Greenland Productions
238 Cardi B, YFN Lucci, Charly Black, Famous Dex, Lil Pump Times Union Center Albany, N.Y. Oct. 21, 2017 $268,385 6,900 / 8,980 1 / 0 $147, $97, $57, $32 A Little Booking Agency
239 Vans Warped Tour Vinoy Park St. Petersburg, Fla. July 1, 2017 $262,340 7,221 / 15,000 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
240 Mary J. Blige Borgata Casino Atlantic City, N.J. July 3, 2017 $260,841 2,189 / 2,354 1 / 0 $175, $55 Live Nation
241 Harry Styles Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Sept. 30, 2017 $259,878 3,531 / 3,531 1 / 1 $95.75, $75.75, $55.75 Live Nation
242 Train USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City, Utah July 6, 2017 $257,806 9,094 / 20,000 1 / 0 $79.50, $25 Live Nation
243 Lauryn Hill & Nas The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory Irving, Texas Sept. 28, 2017 $254,786 5,934 / 6,718 1 / 0 $45 Live Nation
244 Rise Against & Deftones White River Amphitheatre Auburn, Wash. July 3, 2017 $254,184 8,474 / 15,854 1 / 0 $55.50, $29.50 Live Nation
245 Boston, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, Mich. July 9, 2017 $250,061 7,323 / 14,937 1 / 0 $125, $35 Live Nation
246 Zedd, Grey, Lophile The Anthem Washington, D.C. Oct. 21, 2017 $248,037 5,657 / 5,657 1 / 1 $76, $41 I.M.P.
247 Fight Night Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio June 30, 2017 $243,232 3,415 / 6,141 1 / 0 $225, $35 Premier Boxing
248 Rise Against & Deftones USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City, Utah July 1, 2017 $243,078 8,252 / 20,000 1 / 0 $54.50, $29.50 Live Nation
249 Vans Warped Tour Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, N.Y. July 8, 2017 $239,564 7,542 / 18,000 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
250 Rise Against & Deftones Ak-Chin Pavilion Phoenix, Ariz. July 9, 2017 $238,476 9,169 / 18,654 1 / 0 $55.50, $29.50 Live Nation
251 OneRepublic Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo. July 8, 2017 $235,455 7,579 / 19,486 1 / 0 $145, $25 Live Nation
252 Tedeschi Trucks Band Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, N.Y. July 3, 2017 $233,964 7,209 / 25,035 1 / 0 $75, $25 Live Nation
253 Katt Williams, Sommore Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Sept. 29, 2017 $232,854 3,540 / 3,540 1 / 1 $127.50, $78.50, $59.50, $49 North American Entertainment Group
254 Paulinho da Viola e Marisa Monte Auditorio Ulysses Guimares Brasilia, Brazil Oct. 20, 2017 $232,202 2,489 / 2,839 1 / 0 $110.31, $47.28 T4F-Time For Fun
255 OneRepublic Ascend Amphitheater Nashville, Tenn. July 10, 2017 $231,456 6,087 / 6,894 1 / 0 $145, $25 Live Nation
256 Bob Dylan, Mavis Staples Stephens Auditorium Ames, Iowa Oct. 24, 2017 $230,958 2,614 / 2,614 1 / 1 $122, $52 VenuWorks
257 My Morning Jacket Ascend Amphitheater Nashville, Tenn. July 7, 2017 $229,941 6,639 / 6,863 1 / 0 $55, $35 Live Nation
258 Legends Live SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Oct. 13, 2017 $229,897 3,902 / 4,127 1 / 0 $59.53, $39.69 Tony Denton Promotions
259 Steely Dan The Theater at MGM National Harbor Oxon Hill, Md. Oct. 25, 2017 $229,457 2,094 / 2,769 1 / 0 $150, $69.50 Live Nation
260 Train Starlight Theatre Kansas City, Mo. July 3, 2017 $227,142 4,993 / 7,157 1 / 0 $79.50, $25 Live Nation
261 Goran Bregovic ICC Sydney Theatre Sydney, Australia Nov. 4, 2017 $225,271 2,990 / 4,356 1 / 0 $94.49, $71.34 On Tour Promotions
262 Boston Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Tinley Park, Ill. July 7, 2017 $224,535 6,224 / 12,082 1 / 0 $125, $35 Live Nation
263 Third Eye Blind, Silversun Pickups Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, Ill. July 6, 2017 $224,356 6,823 / 9,240 1 / 0 $95, $25 Live Nation
264 Rise Against & Deftones Concord Pavilion Concord, Calif. July 6, 2017 $221,465 8,682 / 13,523 1 / 0 $55.50, $29.50 Live Nation
265 Jeff Dunham Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. March 9, 2017 $216,679 4,913 / 7,073 1 / 0 $45.50, $31 Icon Concerts
266 Bob Dylan, Mavis Staples Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Mich. Oct. 28, 2017 $214,475 2,672 / 4,326 1 / 0 $125, $39.50 Live Nation
267 J Balvin Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Sept. 15, 2017 $213,168 3,011 / 3,531 1 / 0 $125.25, $95.25, $75.25, $45.25 AEG Presents/in-house
268 Train Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo. July 1, 2017 $210,149 8,787 / 19,466 1 / 0 $79.50, $25 Live Nation
269 Katt Williams H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Aug. 5, 2017 $208,379 3,773 / 4,877 1 / 0 $88, $38 Red Door Entertainment
270 John Mellencamp Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Bethel, N.Y. July 7, 2017 $208,371 5,123 / 16,984 1 / 0 $99.50, $49.50 Live Nation
271 Boston, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Klipsch Music Center Noblesville, Ind. July 2, 2017 $207,002 6,721 / 23,996 1 / 0 $125, $35 Live Nation
272 Train Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. July 11, 2017 $205,344 4,123 / 6,832 1 / 0 $89.50, $59.50, $39.50 Live Nation
273 Chris Tomlin Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. April 24, 2017 $201,130 6,203 / 9,170 1 / 0 $69.75, $38.75, $28.75, $15 Awakening Events
274 Jim Jefferies Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Conn. Oct. 27, 2017 $199,900 3,533 / 4,258 1 / 0 $60, $50, $40 Comix Entertainment
275 Nickelback Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach Virginia Beach, Va. July 4, 2017 $196,655 6,493 / 19,759 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
276 Back to the 80s Live Wolf Creek Amphitheater Atlanta, Ga. July 8, 2017 $196,468 4,916 / 5,412 1 / 0 $40 Live Nation
277 Primus, Clutch The Anthem Washington, D.C. Oct. 28, 2017 $194,595 3,671 / 3,671 1 / 1 $219, $179, $142.50, $45 I.M.P.
278 tobyMac, Matt Maher, Mandisa, Mac Powell, Capital Kings, Hollyn H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Feb. 12, 2017 $194,520 6,568 / 6,568 1 / 1 $68, $13.25 Awakening Events
279 Tori Amos Chicago Theatre Chicago, Ill. Oct. 27, 2017 $192,610 3,462 / 3,462 1 / 0 $85, $65, $45, $35 Jam Productions
280 Chris Tomlin, Big Daddy Weave, Phil Wickham, Zach Williams H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas April 23, 2017 $189,857 6,309 / 6,309 1 / 1 $68, $13.25 Awakening Events
281 The Head and the Heart, Phosphorescent The Anthem Washington, D.C. Oct. 27, 2017 $186,900 3,848 / 3,848 1 / 1 $75, $45 I.M.P.
282 Vans Warped Tour PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte, N.C. July 6, 2017 $185,592 6,261 / 18,500 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
283 Colours Classica: Danny Rampling, Tall Paul, Seb Fontaine SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Sept. 29, 2017 $185,570 3,878 / 3,945 1 / 0 $56.32, $26.82 Colours
284 The Moody Blues Hard Rock Live Northfield, Ohio July 2, 2017 $182,141 1,727 / 1,875 1 / 0 $125.50, $39.50 Live Nation
285 Vans Warped Tour Coral Sky Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, Fla. July 2, 2017 $182,013 5,971 / 20,900 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
286 2Cellos Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Sept. 17, 2017 $181,082 3,521 / 3,521 1 / 1 $62.25, $55.25, $42.25, $35.25 Great Northeast Productions
287 Prince Royce Music Hall at Fair Park Dallas, Texas July 2, 2017 $180,179 2,448 / 3,426 1 / 0 $125, $50 Live Nation
288 My Morning Jacket Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh, N.C. July 9, 2017 $179,428 4,674 / 5,801 1 / 0 $55, $35 Live Nation
289 Wesley Safadao Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct. 13, 2017 $178,105 5,503 / 8,294 1 / 0 $94.56, $15.13 T4F-Time For Fun
290 Reik United Palace New York, N.Y. Oct. 21, 2017 $177,917 2,633 / 3,342 1 / 0 $99, $49 Cardenas Marketing Network
291 Third Eye Blind DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, Mich. July 7, 2017 $176,356 8,614 / 14,949 1 / 0 $95, $25 Live Nation
292 Phil Lesh & the Terrapin Family Band, Nicki Bluhm, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Preservation Hall Jazz Band The Anthem Washington, D.C. Oct. 25, 2017 $175,350 2,047 / 2,500 1 / 0 $125, $75 I.M.P.
293 My Morning Jacket Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre Charlotte, N.C. July 8, 2017 $175,278 4,879 / 5,051 1 / 0 $55, $35 Live Nation
294 John Cleese Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Sept. 23, 2017 $173,194 1,947 / 3,489 1 / 0 $126, $96, $86, $66 Mills Entertainment
295 Dispatch, Guster Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, Ill. July 1, 2017 $172,814 5,140 / 8,734 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
296 Third Eye Blind Jacobs Pavilion Cleveland, Ohio July 8, 2017 $172,121 4,185 / 4,459 1 / 0 $95, $25 Live Nation
297 Prince Royce Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, Texas July 1, 2017 $170,703 3,616 / 6,198 1 / 0 $125, $50 Live Nation
298 Chris Isaak Chateau Ste. Michelle Amphitheatre Woodinville, Wash. July 1, 2017 $168,053 3,266 / 4,300 1 / 0 $75, $45 Live Nation
299 MercyMe Meadow Brook Amphitheatre Rochester, Mich. July 9, 2017 $166,654 3,816 / 7,680 1 / 0 $32.50, $22.50 Live Nation
300 Novos Baianos Praca Verde Fortaleza, Brazil Oct. 21, 2017 $165,540 4,500 / 5,036 1 / 0 $56.61, $37.74 T4F-Time For Fun
301 Casting Crowns Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio March 3, 2017 $165,207 5,894 / 5,894 1 / 1 $62, $22 Awakening Events
302 tobyMac, Matt Maher, Mandisa Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio April 6, 2017 $164,778 6,293 / 6,293 1 / 1 $67.75, $15 Awakening Events
303 The National, Adia Victoria Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Oct. 5, 2017 $164,511 3,474 / 3,474 1 / 1 $65.75, $50.25, $40.25, $35.75 Boston Calling Festival/in-house
304 Prince Royce Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. July 13, 2017 $160,297 3,130 / 6,188 1 / 0 $117, $71, $49, $39 Live Nation
305 Fifth Harmony BH Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oct. 4, 2017 $159,570 2,467 / 5,160 1 / 0 $120.54, $31.72 T4F-Time For Fun
306 Sturgill Simpson Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre Charlotte, N.C. July 7, 2017 $159,480 4,965 / 5,024 1 / 0 $42.50, $20 Live Nation
307 String Cheese Incident Chastain Park Amphitheatre Atlanta, Ga. July 8, 2017 $158,895 3,679 / 6,686 1 / 0 $40 Live Nation
308 Camila Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Nov. 5, 2017 $158,861 3,905 / 4,656 1 / 0 $129, $89, $59, $35 AEG Presents
309 Logic The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas, Nev. July 8, 2017 $158,507 3,734 / 4,511 1 / 0 $40 Live Nation
310 Brand New, Nada Surf Boch Center, Wang Theatre Boston, Mass. Oct. 20, 2017 $152,698 3,531 / 3,531 1 / 1 $55.75, $41.25 Live Nation
311 War On Drugs, The Building The Anthem Washington, D.C. Oct. 23, 2017 $150,482 3,502 / 3,502 1 / 1 $56, $41 I.M.P.
312 Prince Royce Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre San Diego, Calif. July 9, 2017 $148,160 3,018 / 4,582 1 / 0 $125, $50 Live Nation
313 Logic Salt Air Pavilion Salt Lake City, Utah July 7, 2017 $148,103 3,358 / 4,000 1 / 0 $45, $25 Live Nation
314 Jill Scott Ryman Auditorium Nashville, Tenn. July 9, 2017 $147,882 2,155 / 2,362 1 / 0 $65 Live Nation
315 Third Eye Blind Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, N.Y. July 1, 2017 $147,032 6,130 / 24,952 1 / 0 $95, $25 Live Nation
316 Love in the 90s Tour: Kelly Price, Case, Total Chicago Theatre Chicago, Ill. Sept. 16, 2017 $144,193 2,553 / 3,553 1 / 0 $125, $95, $75, $55 Yung Fly Entertainment
317 Idina Menzel Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Boston, Mass. July 8, 2017 $141,136 2,427 / 5,162 1 / 0 $155, $65 Live Nation
318 Buckingham McVie Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, Ill. July 3, 2017 $140,222 2,461 / 7,914 1 / 0 $149.50, $29.50 Live Nation
319 Hank Williams Jr. Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill Sterling Heights, Mich. July 3, 2017 $139,107 4,422 / 7,790 1 / 0 $99.50, $29.50 Live Nation
320 Boston Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo. July 5, 2017 $138,591 5,994 / 19,461 1 / 0 $125, $35 Live Nation
321 YEStival Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Aug. 29, 2017 $138,355 3,053 / 4,522 1 / 0 $99, $75, $59, $39 AEG Presents
322 Mix 94.7 Merry Mix Show: Train, Fitz & the Tantrums, Blue October H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Dec. 14, 2016 $136,958 3,111 / 6,775 1 / 0 $58.75, $30.75 Entercom/in-house
323 Third Eye Blind Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park Indianapolis, Ind. July 9, 2017 $136,366 6,089 / 6,604 1 / 0 $95, $25 Live Nation
324 Froggy Fest The Pavilion at Montage Mountain Scranton, Pa. July 9, 2017 $133,854 5,979 / 17,190 1 / 0 $25 Live Nation
325 Gary Owen The Theater at MGM National Harbor Oxon Hill, Md. Oct. 28, 2017 $133,832 2,608 / 2,771 1 / 0 $65, $39.50 Live Nation
326 Yanni Rialto Square Theatre Joliet, Ill. Oct. 28, 2017 $127,691 1,855 / 1,891 1 / 0 $221.50, $45.50 VenuWorks
327 Maiara & Maraisa Citibank Hall Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 27, 2017 $126,656 4,565 / 7,012 1 / 0 $92.20, $13.83 T4F-Time For Fun
328 Prince Royce El Paso County Coliseum El Paso, Texas July 6, 2017 $126,531 2,406 / 4,076 1 / 0 $125, $50 Live Nation
329 Incubus Daily's Place Jacksonville, Fla. July 10, 2017 $124,797 2,783 / 5,346 1 / 0 $125, $25 Live Nation
330 Chicago Macon City Auditorium Macon, Ga. Oct. 25, 2017 $124,461 1,970 / 2,305 1 / 0 $86.50, $46.50 Red Mountain Entertainment
331 Eric B. & Rakim Apollo Theatre New York, N.Y. July 7, 2017 $121,590 1,402 / 1,535 1 / 0 $85 Live Nation
332 Vice Ganda ICC Sydney Theatre Sydney, Australia Oct. 29, 2017 $121,567 2,354 / 2,354 1 / 1 $75.97, $37.60 ABS.CBN International
333 Reik Bellco Theatre Denver, Colo. Oct. 20, 2017 $116,961 1,473 / 2,159 1 / 0 $109, $49 Cardenas Marketing Network
334 311 Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, Ill. July 2, 2017 $114,290 4,744 / 9,200 1 / 0 $75, $25 Live Nation
335 Ledisi, Kirk Franklin Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 28, 2017 $112,515 2,961 / 4,305 1 / 0 $79, $59, $39 AEG Presents
336 Brit Floyd - Pink Floyd Tribute Show Paramount Theatre Seattle, Wash. July 1, 2017 $111,813 2,144 / 2,233 1 / 0 $65, $25 Live Nation
337 String Cheese Incident Chastain Park Amphitheatre Atlanta, Ga. July 7, 2017 $111,777 2,697 / 6,686 1 / 0 $40 Live Nation
338 Buddy Guy & Jonny Lang Meadow Brook Amphitheatre Rochester, Mich. July 8, 2017 $108,926 3,459 / 7,680 1 / 0 $30 Live Nation
339 Maxwell, Ledisi, Leela James Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio June 15, 2017 $107,220 1,648 / 5,100 1 / 0 $86, $46 Smash Productions
340 Logic Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park Indianapolis, Ind. Aug. 19, 2017 $106,640 3,279 / 6,124 1 / 0 $32.50, $22.50 Live Nation
341 Jeezy Durham Performing Arts Center Durham, N.C. Oct. 27, 2017 $106,333 1,699 / 1,939 1 / 0 $101, $41 PFM/Nederlander
342 I Love the 90's: Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Salt-N-Pepa, Color Me Badd, Young MC SSE Hydro Glasgow, U.K. Sept. 30, 2017 $106,157 2,483 / 4,537 1 / 0 $73.69, $23.45 The MJR Group
343 Bassrush Weekender: Flux Pavilion, Zomboy Palladium Hollywood, Calif. June 30-July 1, 2017 $105,840 2,105 / 7,600 2 / 0 $50 Live Nation/Insomniac
344 Show das Poderosinhas Citibank Hall Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 12, 2017 $105,642 3,559 / 5,296 1 / 0 $94.48, $12.60 T4F-Time For Fun
345 Grits & Biscuits Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk Brooklyn, N.Y. July 8, 2017 $104,315 3,407 / 4,712 1 / 0 $30 Live Nation
346 Bama, Rob & Heather's Star Party: Chris Young, Casey Donahue Band H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Dec. 15, 2016 $103,767 2,577 / 6,595 1 / 0 $63, $8.06 Entercom/in-house
347 Brit Floyd - Pink Floyd Tribute Show Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio March 29, 2017 $99,670 2,248 / 3,451 1 / 0 $59.50, $39.50 CMP Entertainment
348 Michael McDonald, Marc Cohn Durham Performing Arts Center Durham, N.C. Oct. 24, 2017 $95,416 1,791 / 1,939 1 / 0 $75, $45 PFM/Nederlander
349 Slightly Stoopid Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, Ill. July 9, 2017 $92,180 4,508 / 9,200 1 / 0 $42.50, $37.50 Live Nation
350 MercyMe Ascend Amphitheater Nashville, Tenn. July 6, 2017 $91,948 2,086 / 6,800 1 / 0 $32.50, $22.50 Live Nation
351 Z104 Shaggfest Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach Virginia Beach, Va. July 1, 2017 $89,855 5,427 / 7,128 1 / 0 $25 Live Nation
352 I Love the 90's Isleta Amphitheater Albuquerque, N.M. July 2, 2017 $86,778 4,679 / 15,051 1 / 0 $75, $25 Live Nation
353 The Newsboys H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Oct. 8, 2017 $82,795 3,135 / 6,196 1 / 0 $55, $15 Live Show Events/Rush Concerts
354 Keyshia Cole Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis, Minn. Oct. 27, 2017 $82,395 1,543 / 2,582 1 / 0 $75, $35 Sound Live Music Group
355 Slightly Stoopid Maine State Pier Portland, Maine July 2, 2017 $81,107 2,870 / 3,800 1 / 0 $42.50, $37.50 Live Nation
356 Brad Garrett The Theater at MGM National Harbor Oxon Hill, Md. Oct. 24, 2017 $79,573 1,412 / 1,675 1 / 0 $67.90, $45.90 Live Nation
357 John Cleese Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Au-Rene Theater Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Nov. 3, 2017 $78,598 838 / 2,292 1 / 0 $120, $50 Broward Center
358 Show das Poderosinhas Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct. 14, 2017 $75,882 2,785 / 3,024 1 / 0 $63.22, $15.17 T4F-Time For Fun
359 MisterWives, Smallpools, Vinyl Theatre 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 27-28, 2017 $74,400 2,400 / 2,400 2 / 2 $31 I.M.P.
360 Keith Sweat Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio Sept. 23, 2017 $72,650 1,264 / 2,910 1 / 0 $127, $47 Charles Adams
361 Bethel Music, Eric Johnson H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas June 12, 2017 $72,032 2,233 / 3,000 1 / 0 $30 Bethel Music
362 Ghost The Fillmore Denver, Colo. July 8, 2017 $70,322 2,240 / 3,600 1 / 0 $30 Live Nation
363 The B-52s Kentucky Center for the Arts, Whitney Hall Louisville, Ky. Oct. 21, 2017 $69,269 1,509 / 1,894 1 / 0 $81.75, $75.65, $51.75, $23.75 Louisville Orchestra
364 Aaron Lewis, Blackberry Smoke, Alex Williams Macon Centreplex Macon, Ga. Oct. 29, 2017 $69,051 1,504 / 2,048 1 / 0 $52, $36.50 Red Mountain Entertainment
365 Dispatch, Guster Meadow Brook Amphitheatre Rochester, Mich. July 2, 2017 $67,780 2,180 / 6,880 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
366 Jay Leno Borgata Casino Atlantic City, N.J. July 2, 2017 $67,297 1,053 / 1,356 1 / 0 $200, $50 Live Nation
367 Travis Tritt Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater Nashville, Tenn. July 2, 2017 $66,229 1,661 / 7,090 1 / 0 $40 Live Nation
368 Descendents, Riverboat Gamblers, Scott Reynolds Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas Sept. 23, 2017 $66,054 2,200 / 2,200 1 / 1 $33, $30 C3 Presents
369 Ali Wong Borgata Casino Atlantic City, N.J. July 1, 2017 $65,754 1,151 / 1,635 1 / 0 $59.50, $39.50 Live Nation
370 Rahat Fateh Ali Khan H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas April 21, 2017 $65,320 997 / 3,567 1 / 0 $500, $30 Dhoom Productions
371 Anavitoria BH Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oct. 21, 2017 $63,842 3,623 / 5,140 1 / 0 $37.74, $9.43 T4F-Time For Fun
372 Megadeth Jacobs Pavilion Cleveland, Ohio July 3, 2017 $61,419 1,581 / 4,152 1 / 0 $45, $39.50 Live Nation
373 Luan Santana BH Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oct. 7, 2017 $61,025 2,772 / 5,140 1 / 0 $44.32, $15.19 T4F-Time For Fun
374 Lil Yachty, Nicky D's, Evander Griim Fox Theatre Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 20, 2017 $60,262 1,678 / 3,954 1 / 0 $56, $26 AEG Presents
375 2 Chainz, Young Dolph Emo's Austin, Texas Sept. 25, 2017 $60,096 1,550 / 1,550 1 / 1 $43, $39.50 C3 Presents
376 Corea / Gadd Band Auditorio del Pentagonito Lima, Peru Oct. 27, 2017 $58,104 939 / 1,300 1 / 0 $151.39, $35.19 Move Concerts
377 The Dirty Heads & SOJA Idaho Center Amphitheater Nampa, Idaho July 7, 2017 $57,507 2,471 / 4,400 1 / 0 $39.50, $25 Live Nation
378 Ian Anderson BH Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oct. 11, 2017 $57,399 1,411 / 3,827 1 / 0 $81.68, $15.08 T4F-Time For Fun
379 Paulinho da Viola e Marisa Monte Concha Acustica Salvador, Brazil Oct. 22, 2017 $54,142 2,253 / 4,000 1 / 0 $87.58, $46.92 T4F-Time For Fun
380 Louis the Child, Prince Fox 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 25-26, 2017 $54,030 1,801 / 2,400 2 / 0 $30 I.M.P.
381 Gaither Homecoming Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. April 8, 2017 $52,743 1,829 / 4,804 1 / 0 $71.50, $34.50, $24.50 Premier Productions
382 The Righteous Brothers Sands Bethlehem Event Center Bethlehem, Pa. July 8, 2017 $51,343 1,473 / 1,924 1 / 0 $59.50, $39.50 Live Nation
383 Rock & Worship Roadshow Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. March 12, 2017 $49,910 4,991 / 11,819 1 / 0 $10 Compassion Productions
384 Air1 Positive Hits Tour Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. Oct. 26, 2017 $48,195 1,663 / 4,756 1 / 0 $49.75, $36.75, $26.75, $19.75 Awakening Events
385 Howard Jones, Bohemians The Paramount Huntington, N.Y. Oct. 28, 2017 $47,490 1,277 / 1,277 1 / 1 $65, $35, $29.50, $25 Live Nation/in-house
386 Grand Rapids Symphony DeVos Performance Hall Grand Rapids, Mich. Oct. 6-7, 2017 $45,152 1,712 / 2,453 2 / 0 $90, $18 Grand Rapids Symphony
387 King Krule Metropolis Montreal, Quebec Oct. 28, 2017 $45,076 2,308 / 2,308 1 / 1 $23.32, $19.43 evenko/Greenland Productions
388 Third Eye Blind Iron City Birmingham, Ala. Oct. 29, 2017 $44,404 1,328 / 1,328 1 / 1 $244.90, $34 in-house/Red Mountain Entertainment
389 Jim Jefferies Borgata Music Box Atlantic City, N.J. Sept. 30, 2017 $43,939 791 / 911 1 / 0 $45.50, $35.50 Live Nation
390 Howard Jones, The English Beat, Modern English, Men Without Hats Times Union Center Albany, N.Y. Aug. 13, 2017 $42,059 785 / 1,915 1 / 0 $72, $62, $52, $22 in-house
391 Banks, Sam Dew Emo's Austin, Texas Sept. 21, 2017 $41,850 1,550 / 1,550 1 / 1 $30, $27 C3 Presents
392 Andy Grammer, Adam Ezra Group The Paramount Huntington, N.Y. Oct. 29, 2017 $40,316 1,573 / 1,573 1 / 1 $49.50, $39.50, $34.50, $24.50 in-house
393 Cody Jinks, Ward Davis Von Braun Center, Concert Hall Huntsville, Ala. Oct. 27, 2017 $39,950 1,005 / 1,955 1 / 0 $100, $15 Red Mountain Entertainment
394 Vance Joy Theatre Corona Montreal, Quebec Oct. 27, 2017 $38,074 976 / 976 1 / 1 $39.01 evenko/Greenland Productions
395 Anthony Kavanagh Theatre St-Denis 2 Montreal, Quebec Oct. 23, 2017 $36,174 1,016 / 1,184 2 / 0 $35.63 evenko
396 Projota Citibank Hall Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 28, 2017 $36,100 2,407 / 5,217 1 / 0 $85.49, $9.16 T4F-Time For Fun
397 Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra Victory Theatre Evansville, Ind. Oct. 29, 2017 $36,051 1,029 / 1,759 1 / 0 $79, $29 Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra
398 Chitaozinho e Xororo Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct. 4, 2017 $31,761 717 / 3,000 1 / 0 $111.02, $15.23 T4F-Time For Fun
399 Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats Soul Kitchen Mobile, Ala. Oct. 29, 2017 $31,550 1,100 / 1,100 1 / 1 $60, $27.50 in-house/Steve Hall Productions
400 LANY, Dagny Emo's Austin, Texas Sept. 27, 2017 $31,299 1,296 / 1,550 1 / 0 $27, $24 C3 Presents
401 Anthony Kavanagh Salle Albert-Rousseau Quebec City, Quebec Oct. 25, 2017 $29,343 872 / 1,050 1 / 0 $35.55, $30.22 evenko
402 Ambrosia The Paramount Huntington, N.Y. Oct. 27, 2017 $28,776 732 / 1,277 1 / 0 $89.50, $59.50, $49.50, $29.50 Live Nation/in-house
403 MisterWives, Smallpools, Vinyl Theatre Emo's Austin, Texas Sept. 26, 2017 $28,683 1,057 / 1,550 1 / 0 $30, $27 C3 Presents
404 Bad Suns, Hunny, Qty 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 29, 2017 $28,300 1,132 / 1,200 1 / 0 $25 I.M.P.
405 Wilco, Bob Schneider Abraham Chavez Theatre El Paso, Texas Sept. 28, 2017 $27,490 784 / 2,015 1 / 0 $40, $30 C3 Presents
406 One Night in Memphis Stephens Auditorium Ames, Iowa Oct. 26, 2017 $26,750 714 / 2,725 1 / 0 $57, $7 VenuWorks
407 Gryffin, Autograf, Ayokay 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 28, 2017 $26,400 1,200 / 1,200 1 / 1 $22 I.M.P.
408 Beach Fossils The Fillmore San Francisco, Calif. July 8, 2017 $23,381 1,199 / 1,285 1 / 0 $20 Live Nation
409 Dark Star Orchestra Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas Sept. 22, 2017 $22,220 857 / 2,200 1 / 0 $30, $25 C3 Presents
410 Cowboy Junkies Sellersville Theater 1894 Sellersville, Pa. Nov. 5, 2017 $21,998 532 / 640 2 / 0 $55, $39.50 in-house
411 Mumuzinho Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct. 11, 2017 $20,781 1,181 / 2,990 1 / 0 $40.84, $8.80 T4F-Time For Fun
412 John Lodge, Steve Butler Sellersville Theater 1894 Sellersville, Pa. Oct. 30, 2017 $20,342 303 / 320 1 / 0 $85, $65 in-house
413 Marcelo Bratke Teatro Cetip Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 24, 2017 $19,077 438 / 595 1 / 0 $56.11, $6.23 T4F-Time For Fun
414 Cody Jinks, Ward Davis Union Station Train Shed Montgomery, Ala. Oct. 28, 2017 $18,680 703 / 1,000 1 / 0 $200, $21.25 Red Mountain Entertainment
415 Pop Evil, 10 Years, Red, Otherwise Club L.A. Destin, Fla. Oct. 27, 2017 $17,855 614 / 800 1 / 0 $33, $28.50 Steve Hall Productions/Rock Destin
416 Moon Taxi, Los Coast Emo's Austin, Texas Sept. 23, 2017 $17,770 830 / 1,550 1 / 0 $25, $20 C3 Presents
417 Vanessa da Mata Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct. 21, 2017 $16,423 720 / 2,990 1 / 0 $50.32, $15.09 T4F-Time For Fun
418 Jeremy Camp, Royce Lovett Bridge View Center Ottumwa, Iowa Oct. 28, 2017 $15,965 606 / 609 1 / 0 $72, $19 Echo Ministries
419 Vintage Trouble, Desi Valentine Scoot Inn Austin, Texas Nov. 3, 2017 $14,141 601 / 975 1 / 0 $25, $23 C3 Presents
420 Steve Earle Minglewood Hall Memphis, Tenn. July 8, 2017 $14,045 448 / 448 1 / 1 $55, $35 Live Nation
421 Martin Perizzolo L'Etoile Banque Nationale Brossard, Quebec Oct. 27, 2017 $12,288 479 / 590 1 / 0 $27.31 evenko
422 Hinder, Josh Todd Capone's Johnson City, Tenn. Nov. 4, 2017 $11,955 445 / 445 1 / 1 $28, $26 Steve Hall Productions/in-house
423 Beach Fossils, Snail Mail, Raener 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 24, 2017 $10,720 536 / 1,200 1 / 0 $20 I.M.P.
424 Lil Peep Theatre Fairmount Montreal, Quebec Oct. 26, 2017 $10,131 430 / 500 1 / 0 $27.49, $23.56 Greenland Productions/evenko
425 Anthony Kavanagh Salle Mechatigan Ste-Marie-de-Bauce, Quebec Oct. 28, 2017 $9,265 301 / 360 1 / 0 $34.98 evenko
426 Benjamin Booker, She Keeps Bees 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 23, 2017 $9,240 462 / 1,200 1 / 0 $20 I.M.P.
427 Anthony Kavanagh Cegep Bauce Appalache St-Georges-de-Bauce, Quebec Oct. 27, 2017 $8,224 240 / 300 1 / 0 $35.11 evenko
428 Goblin Theatre Fairmount Montreal, Quebec Oct. 27, 2017 $7,759 287 / 350 1 / 0 $54.61, $25.36 Greenland Productions/evenko
429 Noah Gundersen, Phoebe Bridgers Barracuda Austin, Texas Nov. 4, 2017 $7,653 342 / 510 1 / 0 $25, $22 C3 Presents
430 Cigarettes After Sex The Parish Austin, Texas Sept. 23, 2017 $7,650 425 / 425 1 / 1 $20, $18 C3 Presents
431 Indigenous Sellersville Theater 1894 Sellersville, Pa. Nov. 3, 2017 $7,363 330 / 330 1 / 1 $33, $21.50 in-house
432 3030 BH Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oct. 28, 2017 $7,149 570 / 5,130 1 / 0 $42.75, $10.63 T4F-Time For Fun
433 Lizzo, Doja Cat Paper Tiger San Antonio, Texas Nov. 4, 2017 $6,272 336 / 800 1 / 0 $20, $18 C3 Presents
434 Nothing But Thieves, Airways Le Belmont Montreal, Quebec Oct. 29, 2017 $5,900 420 / 420 1 / 1 $14.05 Greenland Productions/evenko
435 Noah Gundersen, Silver Torches 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. Oct. 24, 2017 $5,480 274 / 1,200 1 / 0 $20 I.M.P.
436 Julien Baker, Half Waif Theatre Fairmount Montreal, Quebec Oct. 25, 2017 $5,436 300 / 375 1 / 0 $21.33, $17.78 Greenland Productions/evenko
437 Adam DeVine Save Mart Center Fresno, Calif. Oct. 12, 2017 $5,201 663 / 5,777 1 / 0 $20, $10 Fresno State
438 The Magpie Salute Club L.A. Destin, Fla. Oct. 24, 2017 $5,158 151 / 800 1 / 0 $40, $33 Steve Hall Productions/Rock Destin
439 Campfire Caravan, The Brothers Comatose, Mipso, The Lil Smokies High Noon Saloon Madison, Wis. Nov. 3, 2017 $4,965 313 / 400 1 / 0 $17, $15 Frank Productions
440 The Bumper Jacksons Stephens Auditorium Ames, Iowa Oct. 27, 2017 $4,091 203 / 500 1 / 0 $37, $7 VenuWorks
441 Poppy Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas Nov. 3, 2017 $4,000 250 / 250 1 / 1 $18, $16 C3 Presents
442 Vonda Shepard, Jesse Ruben Sellersville Theater 1894 Sellersville, Pa. Nov. 2, 2017 $3,796 115 / 320 1 / 0 $45, $29.50 in-house
443 Margareth Menezes Teatro Cetip Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 23, 2017 $2,277 147 / 595 1 / 0 $28.17, $6.26 T4F-Time For Fun
444 The Stone Foxes, Jonathan Fox Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas Sept. 27, 2017 $1,320 101 / 250 1 / 0 $14, $12 C3 Presents
445 Samantha Canta Teatro Cetip Sao Paulo, Brazil Oct. 31, 2017 $1,159 82 / 595 1 / 0 $30.71, $10.75 T4F-Time For Fun
446 Midland Odessa Symphony & Chorale Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center Midland, Texas Oct. 28, 2017 $775 57 / 719 1 / 0 $15 Midland Odessa Symphony & Chorale
447 Hitting Subset, Rare Bloom Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas Sept. 24, 2017 $624 80 / 250 1 / 0 $8, $6 C3 Presents
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:02 am

TWICE Earn First No. 1s on Both World Albums & World Digital Song Sales Charts
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... les-charts
11/7/2017 by Jeff Benjamin

The ninesome became only the second K-pop act -- and the first female one -- to lead both World charts.

Fans have proven how much they truly "likey" the latest comeback from TWICE as K-pop's latest girl group sensation tops multiple Billboard charts this week with both their new album and single.

To kick things off, TWICE earn their first No. 1 on the World Albums chart. The ninesome's recently released Twicetagram album had 1,000 copies sold in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music and marking the best-selling K-pop album in America this week. Twicetagram also marks the group's best first-week sales in America as the girl group's first full-length album likely contributing even more excitement. To date, TWICE have landed all five of their past EPs on World Albums starting with The Story Begins (which hit No. 15 in January 2016 when it was made available in America, despite being released in Korea in 2015), Page Two (which hit No. 6 in May 2016), Twicecoaster: Lane 1 (No. 3 in November 2016), Twicecoaster: Lane 2 (No. 4 in February 2017), and most recently Signal (No. 3 last June).

TWICE also continue their rise on the Heatseekers Albums chart as Twicetagram debuts at No. 10 on the ranking, one position higher than Signal's No. 11 peak, and their latest accomplishment on a ranking that sees far fewer K-pop acts. The LP is only the 11th K-pop album to make it in the Top 10 of the Heatseekers chart this year.

Fans also gravitated to the act's new single "Likey" as the addictive, futuristic-pop cut debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart with 3,000 downloads and the group's best-ever sales week for a song. The chart-topping single puts TWICE in an elite group of artists who have topped World Digital Songs joining BTS (who have five No. 1s), PSY (with four), BIGBANG and Blackpink (both three), 2NE1 and EXO (both with two) and G-Dragon and Taeyang (with one).

The success is even more impressive as Twicetagram and "Likey" make TWICE the first female K-pop act to lead on both Billboard's World Albums and World Digital Song Sales chart. To date, the only other act who has pulled off that feat is BTS who have made the hat trick happen three times: once last year with "Blood, Sweat & Tears" and Wings, and two times this year with "Spring Day" and You Never Walk Alone, plus "DNA" and Love Yourself: Her.

TWICE previously hit as high as No. 2 when "TT" hit the runners-up spot in late 2016 on World Digital Song Sales. TWICE has sent all six of their singles to the Top 10 the tally, starting with "Like Ooh-Ahh" (which hit No. 6), followed by "Cheer Up" (No. 3), "TT" (No. 2), "Knock Knock" (No. 5) and "Signal" (No. 3). This is also the first time JYP Entertainment, the group's label and entertainment agency, has led the ranking. To date, only three other Korean agencies have hit No. 1 on World Digital Songs with YG Entertainment boasting 13 leaders, Big Hit Entertainment with five, and SM Entertainment with two.

But the domination doesn't stop there. The group's first original Japanese single "One More Time" also rises into the Top 10 of World Digital Song Sales as the Japan Hot 100 No. 1 hit leaps from No. 15 to No. 8 this week making TWICE one of the rare groups who can chart successfully both their Korean and Japanese material in America. All the recent chart success indicate the U.S. may very well have a new K-pop supergroup on its hands.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:03 am

Kenny Chesney Crowns Top Country Albums; Thomas Rhett Rules Country Airplay
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11/7/2017 by Jim Asker

Plus, Blake Shelton surges at radio.

Kenny Chesney’s new live album, Live in No Shoes Nation (Blue Chair/Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville), roars in at No. 1 on Top Country Albums and the all-genre Billboard 200 (dated Nov. 18) with 219,000 equivalent album units in its first week (ending Nov. 2), according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 217,000 were via traditional album sales. That marks Chesney’s best weekly sales sum since Sept. 29, 2007, when Just Who I Am: Poets and Pirates launched with 387,000 sold.

The album was powered almost entirely by traditional album sales, whose sum was generated largely by a concert ticket/album sale redemption promotion with Chesney’s 2018 stadium tour. The cost of the CD was bundled into the price of each ticket sold online for his tour (which went on sale Sept. 22).

Chesney’s No. 1 arrival on the Billboard 200 is the third by a country artist in the last two months: Shania Twain’s Now arrived at No. 1 on the chart dated Oct. 21 with 137,000 units and Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes opened atop the Sept. 30-dated list with 123,000 units; previously, no country album had reigned since Jason Aldean’s They Don’t Know (Oct. 1, 2016). Not counting albums by various artists, a country act also last crowned the Billboard 200 with a live album: Sugarland’s Live on the Inside bowed at the summit in 2009.

The 29-song Live, which collects concert highlights from various tours stretching back a decade, is his eighth Billboard 200 leader, second to only Garth Brooks (nine) among country acts. Chesney charts his 15th Top Country Albums No. 1, moving him into a tie for fifth place with Tim McGraw; George Strait leads with 26. Chesney last ruled Top Country Albums with Cosmic Hallelujah, which bowed atop the list dated Nov. 19, 2016 (79,000 sold). Live in No Shoes Nation is his second live album; Live: Live Those Songs Again arrived at No. 1 on Oct. 7, 2006 (146,000 sold).

Why did Chesney release a new live album now? “At this point in my career, it’s a tribute to the fans and how hard they love these songs, this music and what we do together every summer,” he tells Billboard. “You know, these recordings start in 2007 with Dave Matthews at the close of our Flip Flop Summer Tour, but if you listen, it’s amazing how the excitement, the cheering and all of it has grown over the years."

GRANGER GETS A ‘WIN,’ TOO: Granger Smith’s When the Good Guys Win (Wheelhouse/Broken Bow Music Group) enters Top Country Albums at No. 2 with 17,000 units (15,000 in pure sales). It’s his fourth appearance and highest peak on the list, besting his -previous album, Remington (No. 3, 2016).

MEMORABLE NO. 1: Thomas Rhett notches his ninth Country Airplay No. 1 as “Unforgettable” (Valory) ascends 2-1 in its 15th week, increasing 4 percent to 46.4 million audience impressions. The song follows “Craving You” (featuring Maren Morris), which led the Country Airplay list dated July 22 as the second leader from his album Life Changes.

‘SHORE’ IS A LOT OF BLAKE: Concurrently on Country Airplay, Blake Shelton earns his 29th top 10 as “I’ll Name the Dogs” (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) rises 11-10 (26.7 million audience impressions, down 1 percent). “Dogs” is the first single from his 11th album, Texoma Shore, which arrived Nov. 3 and is due on next week’s charts.

Five tracks from the new LP also premiered daily on participating iHeartMedia radio stations. From Oct. 30-Nov. 3, a different track was featured each day. The five tracks all debut on Country Airplay: “At the House” (No. 33, with 5.3 million in audience), “I Lived It” (No. 34; 5.2 million), “Turnin’ Me On” (No. 35; 5.1 million), “Money” (No. 36, 5.1 million) and “Why Me” (No. 37, 5.0 million).

Shelton’s six-song Country Airplay blitz marks the first since Jan. 8, 2011, when Lady Antebellum placed seven songs on the list, the most in a week in the top 60. (The chart launched as a 75-position survey in 1990.) Lady A matched Kenny Chesney, who rolled a lucky seven on Jan. 10, 2004.
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Postby Tansike » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:17 am

cdsingles wrote:Retailer Report: Top 200 Albums
Region: Total U.S. Week Ending: 11/02/17
# Units Sold

Total Chain Indep MassM Non T

STIRLING*LINDSE|WARMER IN THE ( 44) 4657 243 85 1359 2969 88807203952
HITS:

9 29 LINDSEY STIRLING
WARMER IN THE WINTER
CONCORD 5,816 -60%
Ouch, i hate it when this happens to my favorite artists. You're happy about it at first and then the real result looks much worse :cry: :lol: :-?
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Postby trebor » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:24 pm

Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Latin Streaming Songs
November 18, 2017

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01 - 01 - 18 - 01 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
02 - 02 - 42 - 01 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
03 - 05 - 16 - 03 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
04 - 03 - 28 - 03 - Escapate Conmigo - Wisin Featuring Ozuna
05 - 04 - 28 - 02 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
06 - 06 - 09 - 06 - Criminal - Natti Natasha x Ozuna
07 - 07 - 43 - 05 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
08 - 08 - 04 - 08 - Vuelve - Daddy Yankee & Bad Bunny
09 - 14 - 12 - 08 - Ahora Me Llama - Karol G X Bad Bunny
10 - 09 - 42 - 03 - El Amante - Nicky Jam
11 - 10 - 51 - 09 - Dile Que Tu Me Quieres - Ozuna
12 - 12 - 13 - 12 - Soy Peor - Bad Bunny
13 - 22 - 185 - 01 - Bailando - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
14 - 18 - 13 - 05 - Krippy Kush - Farruko, Bad Bunny & Rvssian
15 - 11 - 53 - 01 - Chantaje - Shakira Featuring Maluma
16 - 16 - 40 - 04 - Adios Amor - Christian Nodal
17 - 13 - 27 - 08 - Tu Foto - Ozuna
18 - 15 - 08 - 15 - Corrido de Juanito - Calibre 50
19 - 17 - 13 - 10 - Bailame - Nacho
20 - 20 - 10 - 17 - Bonita - Jowell & Randy & J Balvin
21 - 21 - 08 - 13 - Perro Fiel - Shakira Featuring Nicky Jam
22 - 19 - 31 - 04 - Ahora Dice - Chris Jeday Presenta J Balvin, Ozuna & Arcangel
23 - 23 - 92 - 01 - Hasta El Amanecer - Nicky Jam
24 - RE - 222 - 01 - Danza Kuduro - Don Omar & Lucenzo
25 - 24 - 36 - 02 - Subeme La Radio - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox
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November 18, 2017

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01 - 01 - 18 - 01 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
02 - 02 - 42 - 01 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
03 - NE - 01 - 03 - Por Favor - Pitbull X Fifth Harmony
04 - NE - 01 - 04 - Boom Boom - RedOne, Daddy Yankee, French Montana & Dinah Jane
05 - 05 - 16 - 05 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
06 - 04 - 28 - 02 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
07 - 07 - 44 - 03 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
08 - 08 - 31 - 04 - Escapate Conmigo - Wisin Featuring Ozuna
09 - NE - 01 - 09 - No Metes Cabra - Bad Bunny
10 - 03 - 04 - 01 - Almost Like Praying - Lin-Manuel Miranda Featuring Artists For Puerto Rico
11 - 09 - 10 - 03 - Perro Fiel - Shakira Feaaturing Nicky Jam
12 - 13 - 11 - 11 - Bonita - Jowell & Randy & J Balvin
13 - 11 - 16 - 04 - Bailame - Nacho
14 - 16 - 08 - 08 - Se Preparo - Ozuna
15 - 17 - 53 - 01 - Chantaje - Shakira Featuring Maluma
16 - 12 - 13 - 12 - Me Rehuso - Danny Ocean
17 - 15 - 42 - 02 - El Amante - Nicky Jam
18 - 10 - 14 - 05 - Robarte Un Beso - Carlos Vives & Sebastian Yatra
19 - 14 - 36 - 01 - Subeme La Radio - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox
20 - RE - 02 - 14 - 3 A.M. - Jesse & Joy Featuring Gente de Zona
21 - 18 - 13 - 10 - Una Lady Como Tu - Manuel Turizo
22 - 20 - 190 - 01 - Bailando - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
23 - 19 - 22 - 05 - Tu Foto - Ozuna
24 - 23 - 13 - 07 - Krippy Kush - Farruko, Bad Bunny & Rvssian
25 - 24 - 16 - 10 - Soy Peor - Bad Bunny
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 3:31 pm

Kenny Chesney Is Just Third Country Act to Rule Billboard Artist 100 in 2017
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... live-album
11/8/2017 by Xander Zellner

He's also only the eighth country act to top the chart in its three-year history.

Kenny Chesney re-enters the Billboard Artist 100 chart (dated Nov. 18) at No. 1 to become the top musical act in the U.S. for the first time. He follows Chris Stapleton and Thomas Rhett as just the third country artist to lead the chart this year and the ninth ever to re-enter at the chart's summit.

The Artist 100, which launched in July 2014, measures artist activity across key metrics of music consumption, blending album and track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of artist popularity.

Chesney's return is powered by his new live album Live in No Shoes Nation, which opens at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 219,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. The set is the third by a country act to top the Billboard 200 in 2017, following Rhett's Life Changes and Shania Twain's Now. (Only one album led the list in 2016: Jason Aldean's They Don't Know.)

Album sales account for nearly all of Chesney's Artist 100 points (96 percent).

Despite being the third country act to top the ranking this year, country stars, historically, have rarely hit No. 1 since the Artist 100's inception in 2014. Chesney is just the eighth of 54 total leading acts in that span:

Country Acts to Top the Billboard Artist 100
Artist, Chart Date(s) at No. 1
Kenny Chesney, Nov. 18, 2017
Thomas Rhett, Sept. 3, 2017
Chris Stapleton, May 27, 2017
Luke Bryan, Aug. 29, 2015
Zac Brown Band, May 16, 2015
Jason Aldean, Oct. 25, 2014 & Oct. 1, 2016
Florida Georgia Line, Nov. 1, 2014 & Sept. 17, 2016
Blake Shelton, Oct. 18, 2014

Further, Chesney is the ninth act to re-enter the Artist 100 at No. 1 and the fourth this year, following Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (Oct. 21), The Killers (Oct. 14), Foo Fighters (Oct. 7) and JAY-Z (July 29).

Rounding out the Artist 100's top five, Kelly Clarkson vaults from No. 60 to a new No. 2 high as her latest album Meaning of Life, arrives at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (79,000 units); Ed Sheeran holds at No. 3; Imagine Dragons are steady at No. 4; and Post Malone rises 6-5, as "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, tallies its fourth week atop the Billboard Hot 100.

Among other Artist 100 moves, Offset debuts at No. 85, as his surprise album with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin', Without Warning, debuts at No. 4 on the Billboard 20 (53,000 units). He's the second member of Migos to hit the Artist 100 solo, after Quavo, who reached No. 47 in August. Migos, as a trio, spent one week atop the ranking in February. The third and final member, Takeoff, has yet to debut on the chart.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 5:59 pm

Lauren Jauregui Re-Enters, Lil Pump Debuts on Social 50 Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... art-debuts
11/8/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The Fifth Harmony member re-enters at No. 22, while the rapper bows at No. 26.

Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui returns to Billboard’s Social 50 chart at No. 22, re-entering with boosts in all social media metrics on the chart dated Nov. 18, according to Next Big Sound.

The Social 50 is powered by data tracked by music analytics company Next Big Sound and ranks the most popular artists on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Wikipedia and Tumblr. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views and engagement. The chart’s latest tracking week ended Nov. 2, and BTS is No. 1 for a 47th week.

Among Jauregui’s gains: a 169 percent boost in Instagram reactions — 4.7 million in all -- and 173,000 Twitter mentions (up 52 percent). The singer made news as she confirmed a relationship with Ty Dolla $ign, and the pair was spotted in multiple Instagram posts on Jauregui’s account, dressed as Alice and the Mad Hatter for Halloween.

Additionally, following Fifth Harmony’s performance on the Latin American Music Awards (Oct. 26), the singer commented on the event, thanking Pitbull “for having us” (they performed their new collaboration “Por Favor” at the show).

The Social 50’s lone debut belongs to Lil Pump, who marks his rise into the Billboard Hot 100’s top 10 (14-7 with “Gucci Gang”) by garnering a 97 percent gain in Instagram reactions, racking up 4.4 million overall. One of the rapper’s biggest posts: a tease of a new song, which — according to its caption — might be titled “Designer,” produced by Zaytoven.

Lil Pump has since announced that he has a new mixtape on the way, the follow-up to last month’s self-titled release, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 (Oct. 28, 46,000 equivalent album units earned in its first week, according to Nielsen Music).

Meanwhile, Linkin Park is the Social 50’s only rock band, re-entering at No. 37. The group increased 74 percent in Wikipedia views (117,000 total) and earned 566,000 YouTube reactions from its Oct. 27 Linkin Park and Friends tribute concert to its late singer Chester Bennington at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (Oct. 27), which was livestreamed on YouTube. The concert featured Zedd, Kiiara, blink-182 and more.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:01 pm

Selena Gomez & Marshmello's 'Wolves' Hits No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart
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11/8/2017 by Gordon Murray

The song is the second leader for Gomez and first for Marshmello, who also earns his first top 40 Hot 100 hit.

Selena Gomez and Marshmello march 7-1 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Nov. 18) with "Wolves," following its first full tracking week. (It debuted a week ago with a day's worth of streaming and sales data.)

Gomez, Billboard's 2017 Woman of the Year honoree, earns her second No. 1 and first as a lead act, after "I Want You to Know" (by Zedd featuring Gomez), which spent six weeks at No. 1 in March and April 2015. "Wolves" is Marshmello's first leader on the list.

"Wolves" reigns with 13 million U.S. streams, 8 million in all-format radio audience and 28,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music. It holds at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales and soars 13-2 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs, behind Marshmello's "Silence" (featuring Khalid) in the latter's 10th week at the top.

On the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, "Wolves" vaults 88-35. Gomez earns her 19th top 40 Hot 100 hit, and 14th in a row, dating to "Love You Like a Love Song" (by Gomez and The Scene), which hit No. 22 in March 2012. She's notched four top 40 entries apiece in both 2016 and 2017.

Meanwhile, a toast to Marshmello, who celebrates his first top 40 Hot 100 hit. He previously hit a No. 42 high with "Silence," which remains near its peak this week, at No. 50.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:02 pm

Karol G's 'Unstoppable' Debuts at No. 2 on Top Latin Albums
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11/8/2017 by Pamela Bustios

Plus, Pitbull and Fifth Harmony arrive with “Por Favor.”

Colombian pop/urban artist Karol G opens at No. 2 on the Top Latin Albums chart (dated Nov. 18) with her first studio album Unstoppable via Universal Music Latino. The set debuts with 4,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 3,000 were in traditional album sales.

Unstoppable is the highest charting debut set by a woman in more than two years — since Chiquis Rivera (daughter of the late Jenni Rivera) opened at No. 1 on the chart dated June 20, 2015. Concurrently, Unstoppable debuts atop the Latin Album Sales chart and No. 2 on the Latin Rhythm Albums chart.

The 25-year-old's current single, "Ahora Me Llama," with Bad Bunny, climbs 14-11 on Hot Latin Songs, with 4.1 million streams, up 17 percent; 1.9 million Latin radio audience, a 7 percent increase; and 1,000 downloads sold, up 8 percent. “Ahora” previously peaked at No. 10 (chart dated Nov. 4).

Elsewhere, on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart, Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga jumps 2-1 on its tenth week with “El Color de Tus Ojos” — their ninth leader. The song earns 10.2 million radio audience impressions (up 16 percent) in the week ending Nov. 5, according to Nielsen Music.

Calibre 50’s “Corrido de Juanito” previously led the chart for three consecutive weeks. It falls to No. 2, though still gains in audience, up 1 percent to 9.5 million impressions for the week.

Finally, Pitbull and Fifth Harmony’s “Por Favor” opens at No. 15 on the Hot Latin Songs chart, granting Pitbull his 38th entry and Fifth Harmony its second. The arrival follows the pair’s debut live performance of the track on the Oct. 26 Latin American Music Awards. The tune’s debut is powered mostly by sales, as it sold 9,000 downloads in the tracking frame.

Fifth Harmony previously reached the top 10 on Hot Latin Songs as a featured act on Maluma’s “Sin Contrato.” (The cut featured either Fifth Harmony or Don Omar and Wisin.)
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Postby trebor » Wed Nov 08, 2017 9:37 pm

Metal By Numbers 11/8: Hollywood is an undeadman, in theory
© Metal Insider: Posted by Matt Brown on November 8, 2017
Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.

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We’ve got the full-blown charts this week, which means I can list percentage increases and decreases without having to bust out my cell phone’s calculator like I’m back in math class. There’s also a few debuts that we didn’t get last week, so I’ve made sure to include them this week with debut numbers.

Notable Debuts:

Ninja Sex Party, Under the Covers Vol. II (Self-Released)
Debut #4
22,850 sold

Admittedly, this album’s metal ties are small; it features covers of Rush and Def Leppard and a guest appearance from Satchel of Steel Panther. But I love these guys, so I’m putting it up here for this week’s edition.

Hollywood Undead, Five (BMG)
Debut #7
17,750 sold
Hollywood Undead’s latest studio release debuted with little more than half the numbers of its 2015 predecessor.

Theory of a Deadman, Wake Up Call (Atlantic)
Debut #10
17,200 sold
This debuts with about 40% less than the band’s previous LP.

Red, Gone (Essential)
Debut #13
13,225 sold
This isn’t even half of what the band’s previous album debuted.

The Used, The Canyon (Hopeless)
Debut #27
7,175 sold
This is the band’s seventh studio album. It didn’t chart quite as high as its predecessor.

Butcher Babies, Lilith (Century Media)
Debut #49
3,800 sold
The Babies’ third album has a debut that doesn’t quite match up to its predecessor.

Winds Of Plague, Blood Of My Enemy (eOne)
Debut #72
2,750 sold
The band’s first album in four years charted higher and sold about the same as its predecessor.

Powerman 5000, New Wave (Pavement)
Debut #88
2,225 sold
This is the industrial band’s ninth studio album. It charts a little lower than the band’s 2014 release.

Ne Obliviscaris, Urn (Season of Mist)
Debut #121
1,575 sold
The band’s third album lands its best US debut yet.

Ashes Remain, Let the Light In (BEC)
Debut #172
1,100 sold
This is the band’s fourth album.

Appice, Sinister (Steamhammer)
660 sold
This is a new project from the Appice brothers Carmen (Vanilla Fudge) and Vinny (Black Sabbath, Dio).

Left Behind, Blessed by the Burn (Unbeaten)
430 sold
This is the band’s second album.

Serenity, Lionheart (Napalm)
380 sold
This is the Dutch band’s sixth studio album.

Delain, A Decade of Delain: Live at Paradiso (Napalm)
320 sold
This is the band’s first live album.

All Pigs Must Die, Hostage Animal (Southern Lord)
290 sold
This is the band’s third album.

Sharptooth, Clever Girl (Pure Noise)
260 sold
This is the band’s debut album.

Notable Sales:

Metallica, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct (Blackened)
#24 (from 119)
7,625 sold
They’re not done yet. huge 400% boosts puts this back in the top 25.

Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold (RCA/Roswell)
#47 (from 37)
4,100 sold
A 17% drop.

Trivium, The Sin And The Sentence (Roadrunner)
#61 (from 6)
3,175 sold
Last week, this debuted at #6 with over 16,000 sold.

Linkin Park, One More Light (Warner Bros.)
#68 (from 82)
2,900 sold
A 27% boost.

Greta Van Fleet, Black Smoke Rising EP (Republic)
#84 (from 49)
2,375 sold
A 36% drop, but this has got a foothold on the charts.

Marilyn Manson, Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista)
#86 (from 52)
2,300 sold
A 32% drop.

Mastodon, Cold Dark Place (Reprise)
#113 (re-entry)
1,700 sold
A nice 83% boost with just under 20,000 sold.

Queens Of The Stone Age, Villains (Matador Records)
#117 (from 88)
1,625 sold
At week 10, this has sold just under 110,000 total.

Hellyeah_Undeniable_albumartHellyeah, Unden!able (Eleven Seven)
#141 (re-entry)
1,300 sold
A big boost back onto the charts thanks to a special edition with over 60,000 sold.

In This Moment, Ritual (Atlantic/Roadrunner Records)
#142 (re-entry)
1,300 sold
A big 66% boost. Maybe because of the Loudwire awards?

Primus, The Desaturating Seven (ATO)
#144 (from 109)
1,275 sold
A 22% drop.

Veil Of Maya, False Idol (Sumerian)
#151 (from 17)
1,225 sold
This debuted with over 7,700 sold and dropped 84% in week two.

Sons Of Apollo, Psychotic Symphony (InsideOut)
#162 (from 34)
1,175 sold
This debuted last week with over 5,100 sold.

We Came As Romans, Cold Like War (Sharptone)
#172 (from 16)
1,100 sold
This debuted with over 8,000 sold last week.

Chelsea Wolfe, Hiss Spun (Sargent House)
540 sold
A small 2% boost.

Bell Witch, Mirror Reaper (Profound Lore)
460 sold
This debuted last week with over 1,300 sold.

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Volume 1 (Reissue) (Rise Above)
380 sold
A 57% drop.

Revolution Saints, Light in the Dark (Frontiers)
360 sold
The supergroup’s sophomore album sold less than the first.

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Sketches of Brunswick East (ATO)
310 sold
Four weeks late, but better late than never. This is the band’s third release in 2017.

Sons Of Texas, Forged By Fortitude (Razor & Tie)
300 sold
Over 3,000 sold.

Enslaved, E (Nuclear Blast)
270 sold
A 50% drop.

Exhumed, Death Revenge (Relapse)
250 sold
A 34% drop.

Blut Aus Nord, Deus Salutis Meæ (Debemur Morti)
200 sold
This actually got a boost in its second week.

The Relentless, American Satan (Sumerian)
175 sold
Soundtrack from the film of the same name.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:57 am

Imagine Dragons' 'Thunder' Rolls to No. 1 on Hot Rock Songs Chart
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11/8/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The band lands its third leader. Plus, moves for The Police & Halloween songs.

Imagine Dragons are back at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart, scoring their third chart-topper with "Thunder," which rises 2-1 on the tally dated Nov. 18.

"Thunder" marks the first time that Imagine Dragons have scored two No. 1s on Hot Rock Songs from the same album, following 29-week leader "Believer" (the second-longest No. 1 run in the chart's history) as the band's second from their latest album Evolve. The group first ruled with "Radioactive," for 23 weeks in 2013.

Concurrently, "Thunder" bullets at its No. 5 high on the Billboard Hot 100 as the chart's greatest gainer in airplay; on the all-format Radio Songs chart, it blasts 7-2, up 18 percent to 96 million in audience, according to Nielsen Music.

The song spends a third week at No. 1 on the Alternative Songs airplay chart, lifts 6-3 on Adult Pop Songs and 6-5 on Pop Songs and crowns Digital Song Sales for a third week with 54,000 sold.

Meanwhile, The Police's 1983 classic (and eight-week Hot 100 No. 1) "Every Breath You Take" enters Hot Rock Songs at No. 6 following its synch in the second season of Netflix's Stranger Things, which premiered Oct. 27 (the first day of the streaming and sales tracking week).

The song, featured in the ninth episode's closing moments, drew 3.5 million U.S. streams (up 31 percent) and sold 2,000 downloads (up 188 percent). It was one of several sizable gains in sales and streams owed to the show's much-discussed return, along with those for Jim Croce's "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" (2,000 sold, up 571 percent) and The Clash's "Should I Stay or Should I Go" (2,000, up 169 percent).

And Halloween means multiple revivals for spooky songs, led by the No. 11 bow of Blue Oyster Cult's "(Don't Fear) the Reaper" on Hot Rock Songs (2,000 sold, up 35 percent). Other songs that scared up significant streaming and sales boo-sts on the chart include Warren Zevon's "Werewolves of London" (No. 12, as well as No. 13 on Rock Digital Song Sales; 3,000 sold, up 101 percent), Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Bad Moon Rising" (No. 17; 2,000, up 27 percent) and Marilyn Manson's "This Is Halloween" (No. 25; 2,000 sold, up 83 percent, also good for No. 6 on Hard Rock Digital Song Sales).
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Nov 09, 2017 11:24 am

Euro Digital Song Sales

TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
1 1 2 7 Havana - Camila Cabello Featuring Young Thug
2 2 1 8 Perfect - Ed Sheeran
3 4 5 9 Dusk Til Dawn - Zayn Featuring Sia
4 3 3 12 What About Us - P!nk
5 7 8 9 Too Good At Goodbyes - Sam Smith
6 9 – 2 Anywhere - Rita Ora
7 6 6 5 Silence - Marshmello Featuring Khalid
8 5 4 7 Rockstar - Post Malone Featuring 21 Savage
9 10 16 4 How Long - Charlie Puth
10 13 7 11 Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO & Little Mix
11 15 12 13 New Rules - Dua Lipa
12 8 9 13 Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
13 11 13 4 Feel It Still - Portugal. The Man
14 16 10 5 What Lovers Do - Maroon 5 Featuring SZA
15 New 1 Blinded By Your Grace, Pt. 2 - Stormzy Featuring MNEK
16 17 19 4 Katchi - Ofenbach Vs. Nick Waterhouse
17 14 – 2 Wolves - Selena Gomez X Marshmello
18 12 11 8 Lonely Together - Avicii Featuring Rita Ora
19 18 – 2 Was Du Liebe Nennst - Bausa
20 New 1 Cola - CamelPhat & Elderbrook
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:53 am

Chris Brown Scores Seventh No. 1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart With 'Heartbreak on a Full Moon'
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... hop-albums
11/9/2017 by Trevor Anderson

Chris Brown scores a seventh No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart (dated Nov. 18) as Heartbreak on a Full Moon debuts with 68,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music. The 45-track set was released Oct. 31, permitting only three days of activity in the tracking week.

Here is an updated look at Brown’s seven leaders on the list:

Title, Weeks at No. 1, Peak Date
Chris Brown, one week, Dec. 17, 2005
Graffiti, one week, Dec. 26, 2009
F.A.M.E., three weeks, April 9, 2011
Fortune, one week, July 21, 2012
X, two weeks, Oct. 4, 2014
Royalty, three weeks, Jan. 9, 2016
Heartbreak on a Full Moon, one week to date, Nov. 18, 2017

Since Brown first topped the survey in December 2005, his seven leaders ties the R&B star with Drake, Future and The Game for the most among all acts in that span.

In addition to his No. 1s, Brown also has charted two other sets, both of which just fell shy of the top slot -- 2008’s Exclusive peaked at No. 2 and his 2015 collaboration with Tyga, Fan of a Fan, reached No. 3.

Heartbreak’s arrival causes three moves on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart: “Pills and Automobiles” (featuring Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and Kodak Black) lifts 17-14, “Questions” climbs 38-34 and “High End” (featuring Future and Young Thug) re-enters at No. 42.

‘Warning’ Fires: Another Oct. 31 release, the aptly named surprise album Without Warning by 21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin, starts at No. 2 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (and No. 1 on Top Rap Albums). The trio’s collaboration opens with 53,000 equivalent album units.

The set’s No. 2 opening gives Metro Boomin his highest-charting album among four entries. 21 Savage ties his best showing yet as his Issa Album also reached the runner-up spot in July. Offset, meanwhile, earns his first album on the chart as a soloist. He is also one-third of the rap group Migos, whose Culture debuted at No. 1 on the chart in February.

Warning prompts six debuts on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs: “Ghostface Killers” (No. 23, “Ric Flair Drip” (No. 29), “Rap Saved Me” (No. 31), “My Choppa Hate N----s” (No. 40), “Nightmare” (No. 49) and “Mad Stalkers” (No. 50).

Tank Rolls To No. 1: Plus, Tank claims his third No. 1 hit on the Adult R&B Songs airplay chart as “When We” bumps 3-1 with a 10 percent gain in spins for the week ending Oct. 5. “When” marks his third leader after the 10-week champ “Please Don’t Go” in 2007 and one-week victor “Next Breath” in 2012.

“When” also ascends on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, moving 25-23. The song picks up a 7 percent gain in audience for the week, climbing to 9 million, and becomes his highest-charting tune on the list since “Emergency” peaked at the same rank in 2011.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:55 am

Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Don Diablo, Halsey, Tom Budin & Luciana
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11/9/2017 by Gordon Murray

Each week, Billboard Dance looks at songs & albums rising on Billboard's dance charts.

Don Diablo featuring A R I Z O N A, "Take Her Place"

Dutch DJ Don Diablo (real name Don Pepijn Schipper) debuts at No. 41 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Nov. 18) with "Take Her Place," featuring New Jersey-based band A R I Z O N A. The bow is powered by streaming, taking its chart place thanks largely to 681,000 U.S. streams in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. The song is the second chart entry for both acts: Diablo reached No. 41 in August with "Momentum," while A R I Z O N A hit No. 35 in August 2016 with "I Was Wrong," sparked by a Robin Schulz remix.

Halsey, "Bad at Love"

Halsey heralds her first top 10 as a lead act on Dance Club Songs with "Bad at Love" (14-10). The song is her second top 10 overall, following her feature on The Chainsmokers' "Closer" (No. 2, October 2016). "Bad," up four spots to a new peak on the Billboard Hot 100 (31-27), is also resonating on Dance/Mix Show Airplay (22-11; the chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on more than 80 top 40-formatted reporters.) The low-key poppy original was remixed by Dillon Francis, Hook N Sling and Autograf, among others.

Tom Budin & Luciana, "X With U"

Australian producer Tom Budin busts 43-31 in his second week on Dance Club Songs with "X With U." The first Billboard chart appearance for Budin, "X" is the ninth showing for co-lead London-based vocalist Luciana, who boasts six No. 1s. "X" was remixed by Supermini and Frankie Romano, among others.

Says Budin of how the song came together, "Within only a few days of being in contact with Luciana, we were throwing ideas at one another and I came across the topline for 'X With U.' It was at that exact moment that I knew exactly what I wanted to do with the soundtrack. It took some time to get the song sounding the way it is now. I actually wrote five different versions of it! But I'm glad it ended up the way it did because it's an absolute corker."

Luciana adds of the song's lyrical origin, "I wrote 'X with U' after I'd heard a girl at a club say to her friend in the toilet that she should have spent the night with a guy she had met earlier, she should have gone with her instincts and just hung out with him so that they could've enjoyed each other. I loved the way it sounded and it made think of all of the regrets we accumulate in life. It's so much better to regret the things you have done rather than the things you didn't. 'X' can stand for anything, wherever your imagination and inclination take you."
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:56 am

Kelly Clarkson's 'Love So Soft' Hits No. 1 on Dance Club Songs Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... ongs-chart
11/9/2017 by Gordon Murray

The song is the original 'American Idol' champ's sixth leader. Plus, chart action for Clean Bandit, Crankdat & Camila Cabello.

Kelly Clarkson crowns Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated Nov. 18) for a sixth time, as "Love So Soft" lifts 2-1. "Love" was remixed by Dave Aude, Cash Cash and Ryan Riback, among others. She had last led with "Heartbeat Song" in May 2015.

"Love" is the lead single from Clarkson's first album on Atlantic Records, Meaning of Life, which debuts at No. 2 on the Nov. 18 Billboard 200 with 79,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music, marking her eighth top 10 set.

Clarkson's Dance Club Songs chart history began on March 12, 2005, when "Since U Been Gone" debuted at No. 43. A month later, the track peaked at No. 22. Clarkson claimed her first of 10 top 10s in May 2006, when "Walk Away" strolled to No. 5.

It took another six years, however, for Clarkson to finally top the survey: "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" hit No. 1 on March 3, 2012. The track became Clarkson's first of five consecutive leaders, followed by "Dark Side" (August 2012), "Catch My Breath" (February 2013), "People Like Us" (June 2013) and "Heartbeat."

Over on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Clean Bandit culls its fourth top with the debut of "I Miss You" at No. 10. Also the first top 10 for featured singer Julia Michaels, the song starts with 3.4 million U.S. streams and 6,000 downloads sold.

On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Crankdat commands his first top 10 with "Dollars" (11-7). Plus, Camila Cabello cruises 16-10 with "Havana" (featuring Young Thug), their second and first top 10, respectively. (Cabello first scored two top 10s as a member of Fifth Harmony.)
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:59 am

Julien Baker Debuts on Emerging Artists Chart, Dua Lipa Holds at No. 1
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11/9/2017 by Xander Zellner

Plus, MAX hits the top 10 and Karol G debuts.

Singer-songwriter Julien Baker, signed to Matador Records, earns the week's highest debut on Billboard's Emerging Artists chart (dated Nov. 18), as she bows at No. 7 on the strength of her sophomore album Turn Out the Lights.

The Emerging Artists chart uses the same formula as the all-encompassing Billboard Artist 100, which measures activity across multiple Billboard charts, including the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and the Social 50. However, the Emerging Artists chart excludes acts that have notched a top 25 entry on either the Hot 100 or Billboard 200, as well as artists that have achieved two or more top 10s on Billboard's "Hot" song genre charts and/or consumption-based "Top"album genre rankings.

Turn Out the Lights concurrently opens at No. 12 on the Top Rock Albums chart and No. 78 on the Billboard 200 with 8,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. Comparatively, Baker's 2015 debut set Sprained Ankle opened with 1,000 units. Her new set also starts at No. 1 on Vinyl Albums and No. 3 on the Americana/Folk Albums chart.

The 22-year-old has released two music videos from the album, for the title track on Oct. 11, and, previously, "Appointments" on Sept. 14. The latter has launched to nearly 500,000 global views on YouTube.

Dua Lipa tops the Emerging Artists chart for a sixth total week, as the pop-singer-songwriter's breakout single "New Rules" surges 34-26 on the Hot 100. (Note that an artist can graduate from the Emerging Artists chart after reaching the Hot 100's top 25.) "Rules" rises by 17 percent to 17 million U.S. streams and 9 percent to 26 million radio audience impressions.

Rounding out the Emerging Artists chart's top five, LANCO rises 3-2, Carly Pearce dips 2-3 and Russell Dickerson and GoldLink hold at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively.

Among other moves, MAX rises 11-10, as his breakthrough single "Lights Down Low," featuring gnash, reaches a new peak on the Hot 100 at No. 84. The track is MAX's first Hot 100 entry and rises 6 percent to 20 million radio impressions and 5 percent to 6,000 downloads sold.

Also notably, Colombian singer-songwriter Karol G debuts at No. 20 on Emerging Artists, as her debut album, Unstoppable, arrives at No. 2 on the Top Latin Albums chart. She has also scored three entries on the Hot Latin Songs chart; on the Nov. 4 tally, "Ahora Me Llama," with Bad Bunny, became her first top 10.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:05 am

Taylor Swift's '...Ready for It' Rockets Up Streaming Songs Chart
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11/9/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The song’s music video, released Oct. 26 (a day before the streaming tracking week began), helps it back to No. 19.

...Ready for a big boost in streams?

Taylor Swift is, as her new single, “…Ready for It?,” rockets back onto Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart dated Nov. 18 at No. 19, earning 16.2 million streams in the tracking week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music.

The 106 percent streaming gain is due in large part to the release of the song’s music video, which premiered Oct. 26. Sixty-five percent of the track’s views for the week came via YouTube (though it saw gains in most other streaming metrics, too).

It’s the song’s highest Streaming Songs rank since its No. 11 debut (Sept. 23, 19 million streams) and helps it to jump 46-19 on the Billboard Hot 100 amid continued gains at radio, including a 18-16 boost on the Pop Songs airplay chart.

Meanwhile, the Streaming Songs chart’s highest debut belongs to “MotorSport,” the new collaboration between Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, which starts at No. 10 (19.8 million). Though all three acts have been in the top 10 of Streaming Songs before, it’s both Migos' and Cardi B’s first top 10 debut and Minaj’s first as a lead artist (Ciara’s “I’m Out,” featuring Minaj,” bowed at No. 8 on July 20, 2013).

large chunk of the song’s streams (15.3 million in all, 77 percent of its overall total) are on-demand streams, allowing it to debut at No. 3 on the On-Demand Streaming Songs chart (also personal-best debuts for each of the artists on the bill).

A combination of sales, streaming and early radio impressions helps the song to a No. 14 debut on the Hot 100, the first by Migos to debut within the top 30 and Cardi B’s first debut within the top 80.

Speaking of On-Demand Streaming Songs, “Let Me Go,” Hailee Steinfeld and Alesso’s duet featuring Florida Georgia Line and Watt, debuts on the chart at No. 49, racking up 5.6 million on-demand streams (8.8 million overall). The song benefits from an 11 percent boost in on-demand clicks, helped in part by prominent placement on Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits playlist.

Though Steinfeld appeared on On-Demand Streaming Songs last year (“Starving” peaked at No. 12 in October 2016), “Let Me Go” is Alesso’s first appearance since “Heroes (We Could Be)” (No. 20 peak, Feb. 14, 2015) and Florida Georgia Line’s first since 2014 (“Dirt,” No. 33, Aug. 23, 2014). Watt, who co-wrote the song, makes his maiden appearance.

The track also continues its ascent at radio, bulleting at No. 26 on Pop Songs and rising 37-36 on Adult Pop Songs.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 3:45 pm

Hot 100 Chart Moves: Nicki Minaj Extends Record for Most Appearances Among Women
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11/10/2017 by Gary Trust

"MotorSport," by Migos, Minaj & Cardi B, launches at No. 14. Plus, action for Taylor Swift & more.

As previously reported, Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, notches a fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Nov. 18), the most for a rap song this year.

Plus, Camila Cabello's "Havana," featuring Young Thug, soars from No. 7 to No. 2 and Lil Pump logs his first top 10, as "Gucci Gang" jumps 14-7. Both songs surge following the first full week of tracking after the premieres of their official videos.

Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?

"MotorSport," Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B
The high-profile collab blasts onto the Hot 100 at No. 14, led by its No. 10 launch on Streaming Songs with 19.8 million first-week streams, according to Nielsen Music. As for Nicki Minaj, she tallies her 81st Hot 100 entry, extending her mark for the most among women. Aretha Franklin and Taylor Swift share second place with 73 each (with Swift having tied Franklin a week ago with the debut of "Gorgeous," which this week falls 13-69).

Women With the Most Hot 100 Visits All-Time
81, Nicki Minaj
73, Aretha Franklin
73, Taylor Swift
60, Rihanna
57, Madonna
56, Beyonce
56, Dionne Warwick
53, Connie Francis
48, Mariah Carey
48, Brenda Lee
45, Miley Cyrus
41, Barbra Streisand
40, Mary J. Blige
40, Janet Jackson
40, Diana Ross

Among all acts, Minaj matches Kanye West for the eighth-most Hot 100 appearances. The cast of Fox's Glee leads with 207, followed by Drake (157) and Lil Wayne (136).

"…Ready for It?," Taylor Swift
The song rebounds 46-19 on the Hot 100 following the Oct. 27 premiere of its official video, up 106 percent to 16.2 million clicks and re-entering at No. 19 on Streaming Songs. It debuted at No. 4 on the Sept. 23 Hot 100. It also jumps 18-10 on Digital Song Sales (26,000 downloads sold, up 27 percent) and has begun its airplay ascent, rising 40-33 on Radio Songs (37 million in all-format audience, up 16 percent).

"Call It What You Want," the fourth song released before Swift's new album Reputation arrived at midnight (Nov. 10), is on pace to bow as the fourth No. 1 on next week's Digital Song Sales chart (and push Swift ahead of Franklin for a solo share of the second-most Hot 100 appearances among women).

"New Rules," Dua Lipa
The pop singer-songwriter's highest-charting Hot 100 hit rises 34-26. It climbs 25-18 on Streaming Songs, up 15 percent to 16.9 million U.S. streams, and debuts at No. 47 on Radio Songs (26 million in audience, up 9 percent).

"Wolves," Selena Gomez x Marshmello
As previously reported, the song crowns the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, where it's Gomez's second No. 1 and Marshmello's first. On the Hot 100, "Wolves" vaults 88-35 following the first full tracking week after its release. It bullets at No. 9 on Digital Song Sales (28,000) and No. 26 on Streaming Songs (13 million).

"How Long," Charlie Puth
The single enters the Hot 100's upper half, pushing 52-46. It bows on Radio Songs at No. 44, increasing 18 percent to 28 million all-format impressions, and rises 18-16 on Adult Pop Songs and 24-21 on Pop Songs.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:53 pm

Billboard 200 Chart Moves: 'Stranger Things 2' Soundtrack Debuts, The Piano Guys' 'Christmas' Bows
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11/10/2017 by Keith Caulfield

On the latest Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Nov. 18), Kenny Chesney’s Live in No Shoes Nation debuts at No. 1, securing the country start his eighth leader on the list. Among country acts, only Garth Brooks has more No. 1s, with nine.

Live in No Shoes Nation launches with 219,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 217,000 were in tradition album sales.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the week’s most popular albums based on their overall consumption. That overall unit figure combines pure album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the action on the latest Billboard 200 chart:

— The Piano Guys, Christmas Together - No. 27 — The Piano Guys’ new album, the holiday effort Christmas Together, rings in at No. 27 on the Billboard 200, No. 8 on Top Album Sales and No. 1 on New Age Albums with 18,000 copies sold in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music. That’s the largest sales week for a new age title in a year — since The Piano Guys’ last release, Uncharted, debuted with 19,000 sold (chart dated Nov. 19, 2016).

On the New Age Albums chart, Christmas Together marks the quartet’s seventh leader (their entirety of charting efforts), tying George Winston for the fifth-most No. 1s. The album also launches at No. 1 on Top Holiday Albums (surpassing the No. 2 peak of their first Christmas set, 2013’s A Family Christmas), and No. 1 on Classical Crossover Albums (their sixth topper).

— Kesha, Rainbow – No. 54 — Kesha’s former No. 1, Rainbow, is up 7 percent in units earned for the week (11,000) and climbs 61 percent in traditional album sales (rising to 4,000 sold). Though, the album is pushed down the Billboard 200 by three positions, slipping 51-54. The unit and sales gains are owed to the set’s vinyl release on Oct. 27. The double-LP set bows at No. 4 on Vinyl Albums with 2,000 sold.

— Katy Perry, Witness – No. 56 — A trio of titles re-enter the Billboard 200 following a new batch of sales triggered from existing concert ticket/album sale redemption offers: Katy Perry’s Witness (No. 56 - 11,000 units; up 228 percent), Zac Brown Band’s Welcome Home (No. 63 – 10,000 units; up 221 percent) and Metallica’s Hardwired… To Self-Destruct (No. 66 – 9,000 units; up 286 percent). The three albums debuted months ago, but the sales increases represent new customers who finally got around to redeeming their album offers.

— Rachel Platten, Waves – No. 73 — The singer-songwriter returns with her second full-length studio effort for Columbia, starting with 8,000 units. It follows Wildfire, which debuted and peaked at No. 5 in 2016 (45,000 units).

— Hanson, Finally, It’s Christmas – No. 81 — The Hanson brothers’ second Christmas album also debuts at No. 3 on the Top Holiday Albums chart (8,000 units). The trio previously led the list for six weeks in 1997 and 1988 with Snowed In. The latter set also debuted and peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200.

— Soundtrack, Stranger Things 2 – No. 128 — The Halloween holiday (Oct. 31) and premiere of Netflix’s Stranger Things 2 (Oct. 27) help scare up some spooky debuts and sizable gains on the album charts. The new score soundtrack to series Stranger Things 2 debuts at No. 128 with 6,000 units (up 293 percent), while the Stranger Things, Vol. 1 album (from the first season of the show) returns at No. 145 with 5,000 units (up 336 percent).

Halloween sparks some notable chart moves for Michael Jackson’s Scream (156-47 on the Billboard 200; 12,000 units — up 130 percent) and Thriller (a re-entry at No. 141 on the Billboard 200 with 5,000 units, up 217 percent). Bobby “Boris” Pickett and The Crypt-Kickers’ The Original Monster Mash album re-enters at No. 172 (5,000 units, up 229 percent – mostly powered by streams of “The Monster Mash”) and Kidz Bop Kids’ Kidz Bop Halloween Hits! returns at No. 177 (5,000 units, up 134 percent).
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Cardi B Makes History With First Three Top 10s on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart
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11/10/2017 by Trevor Anderson

The rapper becomes the first woman to land her first three hits in the chart's top 10 simultaneously.

Cardi B's breakthrough year keeps getting bigger, and now the rapper has earned a historic first on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart: She becomes the first woman to chart her first three entries on the list in the top 10 simultaneously.

On the Nov. 18-dated chart, the Bronx native's former six-week No. 1, "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)," holds at No. 2, while she debuts at No. 5 with "Motorsport," a collaboration with Migos and Nicki Minaj. The latter opens at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart with 37,000 downloads sold in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music. "Motorsport" also leaps onto R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs at No. 8, clocking 19.8 million U.S. streams in the same frame, and jumps 33-18 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, rising 93 percent in audience to 11 million for the week ending Nov. 5.

One more: "No Limit," G-Eazy's track with features from Cardi and A$AP Rocky, closes out the female MC's trifecta on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs with an 11-10 step. The song pushes 12-9 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay (19 million in audience, up 20 percent) and 14-12 on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs (12.7 million, up 12 percent), although it retreats 4-7 on R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales (15,000, down 15 percent).

In addition to being the first woman to see her first three Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs hits occupy the top 10 at once, Cardi is the first artist overall to do so since Fetty Wap in 2015. That year, his "Trap Queen," "My Way" (featuring Monty) and "679" (featuring Remy Boyz) all shared space in the region for 13 consecutive weeks.

The triple play also makes Cardi B one of only six women to post three simultaneous top 10s at any point in her career. She joins Ashanti, who started the club in 2002, Minaj, Iggy Azalea, Beyonce and Rihanna.
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MagnusTheMagnus' 'Area' Leads Top TV Commercials Chart for October
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11/10/2017 by Xander Zellner

Plus, Peggy Lee and Joe Cocker score entries with classic songs.

Swedish electronic producer MagnusTheMagnus, aka Magnus Lidehäll, tops Billboard & Clio’s Top TV Commercials chart, for October, with “Area.” The track leads the chart after its appearance in Apple iPhone 8’s “Unveiled” commercial.

Using tagging data from Shazam, as well as sales and streaming information tracked by Nielsen Music, Billboard partners with Clio Music each month to present a chart ranking the top songs in commercials. Rankings exclude any song that has recently charted within the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 or top 10 on a genre chart.

“Area” leads all songs with 206,000 Shazam tags, 4,000 downloads sold and 530,000 U.S. streams during the month of October, according to Nielsen Music.

The song is just the second-ever Billboard chart appearance for Lidehäll, who spent two weeks on the Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, thanks to buzz surrounding the commercial. He debuted at No. 24 on the chart dated Oct. 28, and reached No. 18 the following week (chart dated Nov. 4).

Just behind MagnusTheMagnus on the Top TV Commercials chart, Peggy Lee’s “Similau (See-Me-Lo)” opens at No. 4 following its appearance in Samsung Galaxy Note8’s “I Love You” commercial.

The track never entered a Billboard chart when it was released in 1949, but earned Lee her first chart entry in seven years, as the song debuted at No. 11 on the Jazz Digital Song Sales chart (dated Oct. 7) and spent four nonconsecutive weeks at No. 2 (beginning on the chart dated Oct. 14).

The song logged 46,000 Shazam tags, 6,000 downloads sold and 303,000 U.S. streams in October.

With the debut on Jazz Digital Song Sales, the song was Lee’s second song appearance on a Billboard chart since her death in 2002. Her song “Fever” has spent 175 total weeks on the Jazz Digital Song Sales chart since May 2010, reaching as high as No. 3 in 2011.

Finally, Joe Cocker’s “With A Little Help From My Friends” re-enters the Top TV Commercials chart at No. 12 after previously hitting No. 5 on the chart in April. The song re-enters thanks to its appearance in Volkswagen’s “Rain” commercial, while its previous entry was due to Walmart’s “A Chain Reaction” commercial.

Thanks to the new commercial, the song logs 22,000 Shazam tags, 7,000 downloads sold, and 669,000 U.S. streams in October.

“Friends” reached No. 68 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated Dec. 14, 1968, while The Beatles’ original recording, which didn’t chart until 1978 when it was released commercially as a single, peaked at No. 71.

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Roger Waters Wraps North American Us + Them Tour, Grosses Over $18M From Latest Trek
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11/10/2017 by Bob Allen

Roger Waters has completed the opening leg of his Us + Them world tour with a two-night engagement in Vancouver on Oct. 28 and 29, the last stop on a 45-city jaunt through North America that launched in late May. The tour's latest trek, from Oct. 2-29, has grossed over $18 million.

The Us + Them world tour ranks among this week’s 10 top-grossing Hot Tours (see list below) based on shows reported recently from the seven Canadian arenas that ended the opening run.

The tour’s first leg racked up $89 million in ticket sales from 63 concerts scheduled during a five-month stretch. More than 734,000 fans of the Pink Floyd alum caught the tour in North American markets during the run.

Prior to the Canadian dates that all occurred in October, Waters performed stateside -- from the tour’s debut concert in Kansas City, Mo., on May 26 through a two-night stint in Boston to close out September. A three-show engagement at Staples Center in Los Angeles is the top grosser on the tour so far with $5.6 million at the box office from just over 38,000 sold seats. The top Canadian venue, Air Canada Centre is next with $4.6 million earned, also from a three-show run. The Toronto arena logged an overall attendance count of 40,061 -- the most tickets sold at any one venue during the opening leg of the tour.

The Us + Them tour is on hiatus for the remainder of 2017, but is set to resume in January with an Oceania leg that will include nine concerts booked in seven cities in Australia and New Zealand. A European run will follow from mid-April through Aug. 31, the last date scheduled so far.

Waters’ last tour, The Wall Live that ran from 2010 through 2013, currently ranks as the fifth highest grossing tour of all time, based on Billboard’s Boxscore archives. That tour was attended by more than 4.1 million fans and grossed $459 million from 219 performances. U2’s 360° tour (2009-2011) still heads up the all-time list with a total gross of $736 million.

HOT TOURS - Nov. 7, 2017
Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported Oct. 31-Nov. 6

Rank ACT
Total Gross
Show Date Range
Venue/City (Shows/Sellouts)
Total Attendance (Capacity)

1 METALLICA
$45,898,762
July 5-Oct. 28
Camping World Stadium, Orlando (1/0)
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami (1/0)
SunTrust Park, Atlanta (1/0)
Comerica Park, Detroit (1/0)
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. (1/0)
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. (1/0)
Petco Park, San Diego (1/0)
CenturyLink Field, Seattle (1/0)
O2 Arena, London (2/0)
SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland (1/1)
Manchester (England) Arena (1/1)
427,974 (475,466)

2 PAUL MCCARTNEY
$19,432,610
Oct. 13-20
Estádio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre, Brazil (1/0)
Allianz Parque, São Paulo, Brazil (1/0)
Estádio do Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (1/0)
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador, Brazil (1/0)
173,086 (200,489)

3 ROGER WATERS
$18,651,180
Oct. 2-29
Air Canada Centre, Toronto (3/3)
Centre Vidéotron, Quebec City (2/2)
Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario (1/0)
Bell Centre, Montreal (3/0)
Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba (1/0)
Rogers Place, Edmonton (2/0)
Rogers Arena, Vancouver (2/0)
167,533 (179,221)

4 THE WEEKND
$10,456,393
Sept. 6-Oct. 29
Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pa. (1/0)
TD Garden, Boston (1/0)
Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (1/0)
Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia (1/0)
Schottenstein Center, Columbus, Ohio (1/0)
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis (1/0)
Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn. (1/0)
Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo. (1/0)
Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Neb. (1/0)
Pepsi Center, Denver (1/0)
Toyota Center, Houston (1/1)
Bridgestone Arena, Nashville (1/1)
132,906 (143,794)

5 BOB SEGER & THE SILVER BULLET BAND
$9,496,688
Sept. 7-28
Dow Event Center, Saginaw, Mich. (1/0)
DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, Mich. (1/0)
Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y. (1/0)
TD Garden, Boston (1/0)
Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1/1)
U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati (1/0)
Palace of Auburn Hills (Mich.) (1/1)
PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh (1/0)
98,788 (101,651)

6 ELTON JOHN
$8,482,620
Sept. 22-30
BB Print Stadium, Mackay, Australia (1/0)
WIN Stadium, Wollongong, Australia (1/0)
Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart, Australia (2/1)
Cazaly's Stadium, Cairns, Australia (1/0)
68,098 (71,364)

7 TIM MCGRAW & FAITH HILL
$7,678,672
Oct. 12-27
PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh (1/1)
Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (1/1)
Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum (1/1)
BB&T Center, Sunrise, Fla. (1/1)
Amalie Arena, Tampa (1/1)
Amway Arena, Orlando (1/1)
KeyBank Center, Buffalo, N.Y. (1/1)
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1/1)
94,997 (94,997)

8 DEAD & COMPANY
$6,357,746
June 30-July 1
Wrigley Field, Chicago (2/0)
79,489 (86,856)

9 KID ROCK
$6,218,557
Sept. 6-20
Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1/0)
Little Caesars Arena, Detroit (6/6)
97,306 (97,600)

10 TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS
$5,356,430
Sept. 21-25
Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (3/0)
49,217 (52,205)
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