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Miley Cyrus on location for 'Sex & The City 2' on the streets of Manhattan on October 16, 2009 in New York City. WireImage

Miley Cyrus sits atop the latest Top Tours ranking as she completed the North American leg of her 2009 world tour with sold out concerts in Southeastern U.S. markets. Miami's American Airlines Arena hosted the tour on Dec. 2, producing the highest gross and attendance totals among the last six American shows reported by tour promoter AEG Live. The pop star drew 15,819 fans to the Miami venue, grossing $1,098,931. Sold out arena shows in Charlotte, Nashville, Columbia (S.C.), Atlanta and Tampa led up to the Miami closer. L.A. pop band Metro Station, co-fronted by Miley's brother Trace Cyrus, provided support for the tour's North American leg.

Phish lands at No. 2 on the Hot Tours list with totals reported from the group's brief fall tour that kicked off on Nov. 18 at Detroit's Cobo Arena. Promoter Live Nation also reported box office totals from the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati (Nov. 20-21) and the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia (Nov. 24-25). The band plans to close out the year with four concerts at American Airlines Arena in Miami on Dec. 28-31.

Reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel is the third highest grossing act among this week's Hot Tours with totals reported from four shows at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot in the San Juan district of Hato Rey (Dec. 4-7). Natives of Puerto Rico, the duo sold over 50,000 tickets at the 18,500-seat arena during the four-night run. Wisin & Yandel were winners at the 2009 Billboard Latin Music Awards last April with the trophy for Latin Rhythm Album of the Year, Duo or Group, for their release "Wisin Vs. Yandel: Los Extraterrestres." The album also won the 2009 Grammy Award for Best Latin Urban Album.

Rank Artist/Event
Total Gross
Show Dates
Show Venue/City (Shows/Sellouts)
Total Attendance (Capacity)
1 MILEY CYRUS
$6,284,006
Nov. 24-Dec. 2
Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte (1/1)
Sommet Center, Nashville (1/1)
Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, S.C. (1/1)
Philips Arena, Atlanta (1/1)
St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa (1/1)
American Airlines Arena, Miami (1/1)
90,351 (90,351)
2 PHISH
$3,793,661
Nov. 18-25
Cobo Arena, Detroit (1/0)
U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati (2/0)
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia (2/0)
78,131 (84,021)
3 WISIN & YANDEL
$2,778,573
Dec. 4-7
Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico (4/0)
50,033 (52,168)
4

AC/DC
$2,230,826
Nov. 15-21
Don Haskins Center, El Paso, Texas (1/1)
Amway Arena, Orlando (1/1)
Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico (1/0)
27,182 (30,360)

5 BOB DYLAN
$908,242
Nov. 17-19
United Palace, New York (3/1)
9,621 (9,960)
6 MARC ANTHONY
$869,170
Nov. 13-14
Honda Center, Anaheim (1/0)
HP Pavilion, San Jose (1/0)
13,606 (25,493)
7 JAY-Z
$772,703
Oct. 13
Rexall Place, Edmonton (1/0)
8,067 (11,000)
8 JIM BRICKMAN
$586,912
Nov. 11-30
Ferguson Center for the Arts, Newport News, Va. (1/0)
Lyric Opera House, Baltimore (1/0)
Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence, R.I. (1/0)
Memorial Auditorium, Lowell, Mass. (1/0)
Hanover Theatre, Worcester, Mass. (1/0)
Merrill Auditorium, Portland, Maine (1/0)
Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, Wis. (1/0)
Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Appleton, Wis. (1/0)
Coronado Theatre, Rockford, Ill. (1/0)
The Midland by AMC, Kansas City, Mo. (1/0)
Lied Center, Lincoln, Neb. (1/0)
Century II Convention Center, Concert Hall, Wichita, Kan. (1/0)
Rose State Performing Arts Theatre, Midwest City, Okla. (1/0)
Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, Concert Hall, Birmingham, Ala. (1/0)
Tivoli Theatre, Chattanooga, Tenn. (1/0)
Von Braun Center Concert Hall, Huntsville, Ala. (1/0)
11,956 (36,295)
9 ROB THOMAS
$552,127
Nov. 12-14
Beacon Theatre, New York (3/3)
3,309 (8,309)
10 THE SWELL SEASON
$349,396
Nov. 18-Dec. 3
Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles (2/1)
Paramount Theatre, Oakland (1/0)
Auditorium Theatre, Chicago (1/1)
10,573 (11,059)