Dancing with the Stars Live! Stage show cha-chas onto the charts in the No. 4 position
November 30, 2016 By Tammy Whaley
Busting onto the scene in the No. 4 position this week and featuring the stars from Americas favorite dance show is the Dancing with the Stars: Live! stage show. The tour gives fans an opportunity to see the best dancers in the business perform live.
Some cities set to host the tour include: Reno, San Jose, Redding, Eugene, Portland, Seattle, Fort Myers, Orlando, Hollywood, Atlanta, Lancaster, Pittsburgh, Upper Darby, Verona, Bethlehem, New York, Bangor, Boston, Red Bank, Cleveland, , Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Austin, Phoenix, Riverside and more.
Alternative pop band, Twenty One Pilots, who recently released over Thanksgiving weekend a vinyl-only live album recorded on their Emotional Roadshow World Tour, managed to land in the No. 8 position in this week’s exclusive TicketNews event rankings.
The band currently still on that tour has additional upcoming cities scheduled including: Providence, Bridgeport, Brooklyn, Newark, Charlottesville, Allentown, Albany, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Moline, Madison, Omaha, Wichita, Sioux Falls, Bozeman, Boise, San Jose, Sacramento, Fresno, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Tucson, Tulsa, Dallas, Birmingham, Greensboro, Charleston, Tampa, New Orleans, Little Rock, Memphis, and Louisville.
With five weeks left in the regular season, excited football fans hoping to see their favorite team make it into the coveted championship game, pushed the upcoming Super Bowl LI (51) into the No. 5 position in this week’s rankings. The game is scheduled to take place February 5, 2017 at the NRG Stadium in Houston and will feature a halftime show headlined by pop singer Lady Gaga.
Bruno Mars managed to retain his No. 1 position this week in the rankings with a huge power score of 14.45. The singer will begin in 24K Magic World Tour in Las Vegas. Other cities on the tour stops include: Sacramento, San Jose, Portland, Tacoma, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Fargo, St. Paul, Lincoln, Kansas City, Detroit, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Quebec City, Toronto, Montreal, Las Vegas, Charlotte, Memphis, Louisville, Columbus, New York, Newark, Buffalo, Washington D.C., Brooklyn, Uniondale, Boston, Philadelphia, Raleigh, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, New Orleans, Little Rock, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Denver, Fresno, Oakland and Phoenix.
Other top events also maintaining their same chart rankings this week include: holiday favorite Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the Broadway favorite The Lion King coming in the No. 2, 6 and 7 positions respectively.
Ever-present ranking favorite Hamilton grabbed the No. 3 spot this week up from last week’s No. 5, while husband wife country crooning duo, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill locked in the No. 9 spot. Rounding out this week’s rankings in the No. 10 spot is the theatrical play, Wicked.
Warriors fans help push the Oracle Arena onto rankings
November 30, 2016 By Tammy Whaley
Landing the No. 9 position this week is the Oracle Arena located in Oakland. Home to the Golden State Warriors since 1971 the multi-purpose arena is the oldest arena in the NBA. The indoor arena seats more than 19,000 for its NBA games and 20,000 for concerts.
Besides upcoming Warrior home games, other events being held at the arena include: Maxwell & Mary J. Blige, Live 105s Not So Silent Night, G-Eazy & Lil Yachty, Hip Hop Holiday House of Soul, Velocity Tour: PBR, The Harlem Globetrotters and R. Kelly.
Also new to the week’s rankings this week is the NRG Stadium, located in Houston. Formerly known as the Reliant Stadium, the multi-purpose arena is home to the NFL’s Houston Texans, and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The stadium will also host the upcoming Super Bowl LI in February.
Other events set to be held at the arena include: 2016 SWAC Football Championship, Dolly Parton, The Harlem Globetrotters, Advocare Texas Bowl and Monster Jam.
The only venue this week who managed to hold onto the same ranking as last week was New York’s famed Madison Square Garden who held onto the No. 1 position.
Upcoming events being held at the venue include: Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks & the Pretenders, Z100 Jingle Ball, Louis C.K. Andrea Bocelli, WWE and home games for the Knicks and Rangers.
The Staples Center in Los Angeles moved up to the No. 2 spot from last week’s No. 5, while the TD Garden in Boston made a huge jump from last week’s No. 10 into No. 3 position. The Wells Fargo Center – PA landed the No. 4 position this week while AT&T Stadium in Dallas moved down to the No. 6 spot from last week’s No. 4. The Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York, moved down into the No. 7 from last week’s No. 6 while Caesars Palace – Colosseum in Las Vegas, moved up one position to the No. 8 spot. The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas rounded out this week’s rankings in the No. 10 spot.
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