The top five global concert tours, ranked by average box office gross per city. Includes the average


The top five global concert tours, ranked by average box office gross per city. Includes the average ticket price for shows worldwide. The list is based on data provided to the trade publication Pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers.

v Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band: $6,318,368; $100.15

v Beyonce: $5,735,568; $114.78

v Guns N’ Roses: $5,562,718; $111.40

v Paul McCartney: $3,376,880; $123.27

v Kenny Chesney: $1,979,084; $70.87

“Harley and the Davidsons” (9 p.m., Discovery): This should get your motor runnin’. It’s a miniseries about how three guys in Milwaukee developed a new bike.

“Mary + Jane” (10 p.m., MTV): “Mary + Jane” is a comedy about two best pals (Scout Durwood and Jessica Rothe) who run a weed delivery service in Los Angeles. We just hope watching the show doesn’t give us a contact high.

TV listings, C3

DVD RELEASES

Movies available Tuesday on DVD and through digital providers include:

“Now You See Me 2” (PG-13): Starring Mark Ruffalo and Woody Harrelson

“Money Monster” (R): Starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts

“The Iron Giant” (PG): Starring Eli Marienthal and Vin Diesel

“Love and Friendship” (PG): Starring Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny

“The Darkness” (PG-13): Starring Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell

“Compadres” (R): Starring Eric Roberts and Kevin Pollak

“A Bigger Splash” (R): Starring Dakota Johnson and Matthias Schoenaerts

“Genius” (PG-13): Starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Patriot Day honors at Quaker Steak

AUSTINTOWN

Quaker Steak & Lube, 5800 Interstate Blvd., will present its 10th annual Patriot Day Bike Night on Thursday starting at 5 p.m. with the ceremony at 7.

The event pays tribute to past and present U.S. servicemen and women. This year’s 13 honorees have collectively been awarded three Commendation Medals, four Purple Hearts, six Bronze Stars, one Distinguished Flying Cross, two Silver Stars, and one U.S. Congressional Medal of Honor, among numerous other military honors and achievements.

“This is the most decorated group that we’ve had in 10 years, led by our Medal of Honor recipient, Ronald E. Rosser, a Korean War veteran,” said Ken Jakubec, Patriot Day coordinator.

The honorees are World War II veterans James R. Campbell and John Bistrica; Korean War veterans John Babyak and Ronald E. Rosser; Vietnam veterans Kenneth Lewis, Smith A. Mealy, Rick Ginkinger and Robert E. Pluchinsky; Iraq and Afghanistan veterans Ken Calhoun, Joseph Alvarez and Brian M. Kennedy; Youngstown Police Department officer Rodney Bowyer and Veterans Citizen of the Year Dianne Carman.

The parking lot will be lined with military displays, including a Bradley tank and other vehicles. A skydiver will land in the lot at 7 p.m. All current and former military members will receive a 20 percent discount with their uniform or ID.

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