Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac

Danny Clinch

Fleetwood Mac leads the slate of touring artists in the weekly tally of Hot Tours (see list, below) based on box office revenue from its On With the Show tour that launched in September, 2014. During the latest tracking period, three arenas reported $3.8 million in ticket sales from the veteran rock band's winter trek through markets in the U.S. and Canada.

A Jan. 20 sellout at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich. produced the top gross among the three venues with $1.4 million in revenue from 10,204 sold seats. The number of tickets sold was 172 more than that in Montreal two weeks later at the Bell Centre on Feb. 5, generating sales just over $1 million. Finally, with ticket prices ranging from $125 to $195, the group's Feb. 7 concert at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. produced a $1.3 million take from 7,542 sold tickets.

The On With the Show tour will continue its North American schedule of more than 80 concerts through April 14, wrapping in the Los Angeles market at the Forum in Inglewood. A six-week European trek will follow beginning with a two-night stand at London's O2 Arena on May 27.

Next on the list of Hot Tours is classical artist Andrea Bocelli with $3.7 million in ticket sales reported from a three-night engagement in Hollywood, Fla. The Italian tenor performed at Hard Rock Live, the 5,500-seat arena at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Feb. 12, 14 and 15 -- his first U.S. performances of the year. He ended 2014 with a six-city American trek during December, grossing $13.3 million from 78,183 sold seats in six arenas. His final show of 2014, a Dec. 17 sold out performance at New York City's Madison Square Garden, logged the highest gross and attendance counts during the December run with $2.7 million in revenue from 15,070 fans.

Bocelli began this year with a series of January concerts in three European countries: Latvia, Lithuania and Finland. The Florida shows were his only dates in February, but three more North American concerts are set for June. A second three-show European swing will follow in August with performances in Italy and Spain.

A November event in Prague and a Phoenix concert planned in December round out the operatic tenor's 2015 concert schedule.

Ranked by gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported Feb. 11-17. Presented in this order: Artist, total gross, show date range, show venue/city (and shows/sellouts), total attendance (and capacity).
      
1    FLEETWOOD MAC
      $3,828,508
      Jan. 20-Feb. 7
      Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1/1)
      Bell Centre, Montreal (1/0)
      Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Conn. (1/1)
      28,122 (29,811)
      
2    ANDREA BOCELLI
      $3,717,740
      Feb. 12-15
      Seminole Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Fla. (3/0)
      12,644 (15,000)
      
3    MICHAEL BUBLÉ
      $3,199,700
      Dec. 11-13
      Odyssey Arena, Belfast (3/3)
      23,485 (23,485)
      
4    LA ARROLLADORA BANDA EL LIMÓN
      $1,563,695
      Jan. 15-17
      Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City (3/3)
      28,560 (28,560)
      
5    LUIS FONSI
      $1,072,662
      Feb. 14-15
      Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan (2/0)
      21,169 (23,875)
      
6    EMMANUEL & MIJARES
      $1,002,815
      Feb. 7-8
      Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City (2/0)
      19,117 (19,149)
      
7    ZION & LENNOX
      $980,808
      Feb. 7-8
      Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan (2/0)
      18,255 (19,141)
      
8    AZIZ ANSARI
      $904,196
      Feb. 6-8
      Valley View Casino Center, San Diego (1/0)
      Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento, Calif. (1/1)
      SAP Center, San Jose (1/1)
      20,502 (20,652)
      
9    RICARDO ARJONA
      $885,657
      Feb. 5-6
      Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City (2/0)
      17,925 (19,149)
      
10  MARC ANTHONY
      $854,218
      Feb. 13
      Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, N.J. (1/0)
      8,178 (10,662)