The Top 20 Concert Tours ranks artists by average box office gross per city and includes the average ticket price for shows in North America. The previous week's ranking is in parentheses. The list is based on data provided to the trade publication Pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers.
1. (1) Kenny Chesney; $2,753,145; $77.45.
2. (2) Taylor Swift; $2,272,874; $82.24.
3. (3) Beyonce; $1,906,915; $114.52.
4. (4) Justin Bieber; $1,365,718; $84.23.
5. (New) Marc Anthony; $1,341,681; $85.71.
6. (5) Dave Matthews Band; $1,077,661; $60.05.
7. (6) Bruno Mars; $1,004,549; $69.92.
8. (9) "Honda Civic Tour"/Maroon 5/Kelly Clarkson; $918,389; $49.12.
9. (7) Depeche Mode; $913,053; $64.45.
10. (8) Michael Buble; $871,138; $83.17.
11. (11) Luke Bryan; $731,380; $38.98.
12. (10) Jason Aldean; $675,616; $37.96.
13. (12) John Mayer; $668,888; $50.64.
14. (13) Blake Shelton; $652,108; $37.12.
15. (14) Brad Paisley; $646,062; $53.35.
16. (15) Rascal Flatts; $587,588; $38.21.
17. (16) Miranda Lambert; $483,194; $35.15.
18. (17) Steely Dan; $432,775; $86.03.
19. (19) Train; $390,637; $32.94.
20. (18) Blue Man Group; $374,067; $50.25.
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