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Chart scene: Bad Bunny jumps to #1, KISS is the best debut in live 75

Gene Simmons (left), Paul Stanley (right) and Tommy Thayer of KISS on stage at the opening of the band’s European tour on June 1 at Westfalenhaal in Dortmund, Germany.
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bad bunny Moved from third place last week Live broadcast 75 to number one based on box office results from 11 concerts in eight venues on The World’s Hottest Tour, currently playing in US cities through October 1. Miami, Boston, Chicago, Washington, New York, Houston, and San Antonio. The combined gross earnings averaged over $10.4 million per night earning Puerto Rican rapper “Heavy Hitter” status on the chart.

On the Artist Strength Index, retains his No. 2 ranking for Week 5 based on performances in seven of the venues on the stadium tour starting from Fenway Park in Boston on August 18 through the September 9 event at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. He also featured prominently at the Made in America Festival held in Philadelphia on September 3-4, topping the lineup on the final night of the event.

Ed Sheeran He is number one on APX and is number one on the chart for the ninth week in a row as his short tour across Europe is set to end on the 25th of this month. Multiple performances in stadiums in Helsinki, Warsaw, Vienna and Munich feed his live chart ranking of sixth overall, while his broadcast score is the highest recorded and broadcast ranking is seventh.

Kiss It entered the LIVE75 ratings this week and earned the “Hot Shot” mark as the highest debuting after two-yard reports on the Australian stage of the “End of the Road” world tour. An average of 12,655 tickets sold from two concerts at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Stadium and one show at Perth’s RAC Arena ranked No. 9.

The band’s six-city tour across Australia in August and September precedes the final leg of the tour. With a few dates remaining, KISS is booked to headline the third night of the “Louder Than Life Festival” in Louisville, Kentucky, September 24, and the second night of “Aftershock,” which takes place in Sacramento, California, the first night of the weekend in October. They will also headline the closing night at “Hell & Heaven Metal Fest” in Mexico City on December 4.

Post Malone He topped the chart for the first time in the Artist Strength Index with an eighth appearance after launching his Live Nation-produced “Twelve Carat” tour at CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska, September 10 with shows booked at North American arenas through mid-November The tour supports his fourth studio album, Twelve carat toothacheIt was released on June 3 by Republic Records and Mercury Records.

Before the tour began, he also appeared at a series of festivals in North America and Europe during the summer including Rock in Rio in Brazil (September), Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco (August), and Lollapalooza Stockholm in July.

Rapper Jack Harlow He also debuted on the Artist Strength Index after starting his new tour called “Come Home The Kids Miss You” which began with a September 6 event at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium. It landed at number 30 on the chart based on scheduled shows in Dallas, Houston, Austin and Phoenix after the Nashville open.

The Louisville native will be on the road with City Girls and The Homies in North America through October. He will then begin his 14-run show across Europe on November 2 in Birmingham, England.

In LIVE75 it’s the “Noise Maker” Australian Pink Floyd Show After a jump of 29 places after being ranked 69th in the latest edition with an average ticket out of three shows. This week’s appearance comes in at number 40 from a nine-show ticket average of 2,869.

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