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TicketNews®' top events rankings for the week ending November 25, 2012, remained relatively similar compared to those from the previous week. While there were some shake ups in position, there were only two newcomers.
TicketNews®' exclusive top venues rankings saw quite the shake up for the week ending November 18, 2012. Consistent frontrunner the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, home of "The Book of Mormon," fell to its lowest position in months coming in at No. 8. This fall has opened the door to a whole new group at the top of the venues rankings.
After slipping to the second position late October, "The Book of Mormon" is back on top of TicketNews®' top events ranking list for the second consecutive week.
The week ending November 11, 2012 saw some highly anticipated tours surge into the top three.
New York City's Madison Square Garden tops TicketNews®' top venues rankings for the week ending November 4, 2012.
Propelling Madison Square Garden to the top of the venues list this week was a highly anticipated face off in the NBA. Lebron James and defending champion Miami Heat visted Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks on Friday, November 2, in the Knicks regular season home opener. Despite the effects of Hurricane Sandy Knicks and Heat fans alike made their way to The Garden, where the Knicks came away with the win with a score of 104-84. The Knicks also hosted the Philadelphia 76ers on November 4 where they came away with another easy win.
Maroon 5 tops TicketNews®' events rankings for the week ending October 28, 2012.
With tickets to their recently announced Overexposed tour going on sale this passed weekend Maroon 5 easily surpassed the rest of the events keeping "The Book of Mormon" in the second position for the second consecutive week.
MLB postseason tickets rocket Comerica Park to the top of TicketNews®' exclusive venues rankings list for the week ending October 21, 2012.
Comerica Park is home to the Detroit Tigers, who secured their spot in the 2012 World Series on October 18 after sweeping the New York Yankees without much of a fight. The Tigers have been resting up waiting to learn who their next opponent would be and last night in Game 7 of the NLCS the San Francisco Giants defeated the St. Louis Cardinals for their World Series berth.
After spending two weeks in the fifth position, George Strait's Cowboy Rides Away Tour galloped away with the top spot on TicketNews® 'Top Events Rankings for the week ending October 14, 2012.
After slipping to the third position last week the Eugene O'Neill Theatre is back on top of TicketNews®' exclusive venues rankings for the week ending October 7, 2012, thanks to ticket sales from Broadway's "The Book of Mormon."
This week's rankings saw a significant amount of shifts and debuts largely due to the public onsales of some highly anticipated concerts.
With a national tour currently playing in Los Angeles at the Patages Theatre in addition to the outstanding Broadway production, it is no surprise that "The Book of Mormon" leads TicketNews®' Events Rankings list for the week ending September 30, 2012.
Making the biggest jump this week was pop-rocker Pink, with a 15 position improvement to the second spot, after announcing her first tour in three years. The announcement of The Truth About Love Tour coincided with the release of the artist's sixth studio album The Truth About Love. A loyal fanbase and successful lead single, "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," helped Pink's newest album achieve a No. 1 debut on Billboard 200 a first for the artist.
After six consecutive weeks at the top of TicketNews® ' exclusive event rankings, "The Book of Mormon" has finally been dethroned.
The former Beatle Paul McCartney took over the top events rankings this week after four concert dates went on sale to the public Friday, September 14. The shows scheduled for Houston and Edmonton were announced a week prior, resulting in a total of five shows scheduled across North America this November. The performances will kick off on November 11 at the Scottrade Center in Saint Louis, Missouri.