Marc Anthony Becomes Second-Highest Grossing Latin Touring Artist


Reports from the primary leg of Marc Anthony’s Legacy Tour land him at No. 2 on the Hot Tours recap (see beneath) dated Nov. 24, 2018, with $5.5 million, in response to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore. In all, The Legacy Tour has grossed $eight million and offered 67,149 tickets.

The seven exhibits which have performed thus far had been promoted by Cardenas Marketing Network. Anthony began on a excessive notice, grossing $576,000 at Boston’s Agganis Arena on Oct. 25 and grew from there, reaching a peak with $three.four million at Miami’s American Airlines Arena on Nov. 16-17.

The starting of The Legacy Tour brings Anthony’s profession whole grosses, as reported to Billboard Boxscore, to $211.three million. With these figures, he passes Santana ($206.6 million) to develop into the second-highest grossing Latin artist since Boxscore started monitoring touring information in 1990. The solely Latin artist who has out-grossed Anthony is Luis Miguel, with a towering whole of $278.5 million.

Anthony’s profession determine combines the $185 million he has grossed on solo headline excursions along with his reduce of 5 co-headline excursions.

The Legacy Tour will proceed to play throughout the U.S. via a scheduled date on the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y. on Feb. 23, 2019. Further down the listing at No. eight is one in all Anthony’s former touring companions, Alejandro Fernandez. Powered by the $972,000 gross at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., Fernandez’s personal profession whole bumps to $119.9 million.

See beneath for the complete listing, together with appearances by Billy Joel, Josh Groban and Elton John.

  HOT TOURS – NOV. 24, 2018
  Ranked by Gross, Compiled from Boxscores reported Nov. 13-19
  Total Gross
  Show Date Range
  Venue, City (Shows/Sellouts)
  Total Attendance (Capacity)
1 U2
  Nov. 5 – 10
  threeArena, Dublin, Ireland (four/four)
  46,529 (46,529)
2 Marc Anthony
  Oct. 25 – Nov. 17
  Agganis Arena, Boston (zero/1)
  AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas (1/1)
  Bert Ogden Arena, Edinburg, Texas (zero/1)
  American Airlines Arena, Miami, Fla. (2/2)
  44,849 (47,758)
three Drake
  Nov. 1
  Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Wash. (zero/2)
  20,132 (20,268)
four Billy Joel
  Nov. 10
  Madison Square Garden, New York (1/1)
  18,672 (18,672)
5 Twenty One Pilots
  Oct. 16 – Nov. 10
  Bridgestone Arena, Nashville (zero/1)
  The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (1/1)
  27,954 (28,323)
6 Elton John
  Oct. 24
  Bridgestone Arena, Nashville (zero/1)
  14,447 (14,513)
7 Josh Groban
  Oct. 19 – Nov. 10
  Bridgestone Arena, Nashville (zero/1)
  Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Conn. (zero/1)
  13,579 (15,666)
eight Alejandro Fernandez
  Nov. 11
  The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (zero/1)
  9,551 (10,775)
9 Def Leppard
  Nov. 10
  ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney (1/1)
  7,649 (7,649)
10 Russ
  Nov. 9
  Staples Center, Los Angeles (zero/1)
  11,963 (13,167)