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 Paul McCartney: $5,318,859; $134.58
v Bruno Mars: $2,892,381; $107.64
v Guns N’ Roses: $2,115,178; $139.92
v Lady Gaga: $1,684,135; $113.56
v Dead & Company: $1,590,747; $107.73
“The Silk Road: DRUGS, DEATH AND THE DARK WEB” (9 P.M., A&E): The Silk Road, described as the Amazon of illegal drugs, appeared on the Dark Web in 2011. The brainchild of a mysterious, libertarian intellectual who evaded all attempts to track him down until a young IRS inspector cracked the case.
“The Alienist” (9 p.m., TNT): Innovative evidence leads the team to discover a crucial element in the case has gone missing. Kreizler (Daniel Bruhl) and Moore (Luke Evans) interview a witness to find out what happened to Moore at the brothel. Meanwhile, Sara (Dakota Fanning) attempts to live in a world outside the investigation.
TV listings, C3
Movies available Tuesday on DVD and through digital providers include:
“A Bad Mom’s Christmas” (R): The bad moms take a break from trying to create a perfect Christmas but then have to switch plans when their own bad moms visit. Starring Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell.
“Only the Brave” (PG-13): Arizona firefighters battle dangerous wildfires. Starring Josh Brolin and Miles Teller.
“Suburbicon” (R): A crime comedy-drama about a family that moves to what appears to be just a quiet, picturesque community. Starring Matt Damon.
“LBJ” (R): A profile of one of the most enigmatic and interesting politicians of our time. Starring Woody Harrelson.
“The Stray” (PG): A family pet earns his keep as a friend and a protector. Starring Sarah Lancaster.
“All I See is You” (R): A woman who overcomes blindness examines her marriage. Starring Blake Lively.
Maluso, Blackson Valentine’s show
The cabaret duo of Mary Jo Maluso and Rick Blackson will present “It’s All About Love,” an evening of love songs, Saturday at Das Dutch Village Inn, 150 E. state Route 14.
The dinner-and-music evening will include Broadway favorites, American classics and a medley of upbeat country songs, sprinkled with Blackson’s funny and romantic originals.
Blackson’s detailed piano accompaniments and Maluso’s wide vocal range and depth of style will make it a fitting Valentine’s Day affair. The husband-and-wife duo will demonstrate an engaging interaction with one another as they weave well-known songs together with the Valentine’s Day theme. Guests can enjoy dancing after the show.
Tickets are $49.50 per person and $44.50 for groups of eight or more (plus $2 per person processing fee). The price includes a four-course gourmet buffet. For reservations call 866-482-5050, ext. 424.