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.

v Justin Timberlake: $3,227,648; $145.29

v Pink: $2,486,015; $134.15

v “Springsteen On Broadway”: $2,148,049; $507.87

v Metallica: $2,137,474; $104.51

v Luis Miguel: $1,813,959; $103.80

“Fleetwood Mac: THE DANCE” (9:30 P.M., WESTERN RESERVE PBS): If you missed the premiere last week, here’s a second chance to catch this 1997 concert film by the legendary rock band.

“Humans” (10 p.m., AMC): The third season begins for this acclaimed series that is set in a parallel present and explores what happens when the lines between humans and machines are blurred.

“The Last O.G.” (10:30 P.M., TBS): Season finale for this offbeat freshman comedy series starring Tracy Morgan. Don’t worry — the series has already been renewed for a second season.

TV listings, C3

Romantics, Motels, John Cafferty in Stambaugh show


The Rock of the Eighties tour — featuring the Romantics, the Motels and John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band — will come to Stambaugh Auditorium on Aug. 31.

The Romantics, whose first show was on Valentine’s Day of 1977, are known for the energetic single “What I Like About You.” The group reached its commercial peak after the release of 1983’s “In Heat” album, which featured “Talking In Your Sleep,” “One in a Million” and “Rock You Up.”

The Motels, led by vocalist Martha Davis, was among the new wave bands to emerge out of the Los Angeles scene of the late 1970s. The band released five albums between 1979 and 1985, and generated the singles “Only the Lonely” and “Suddenly Last Summer.”

John Cafferty’s act was known for the 1983 Springsteen-esque single “On the Dark Side. Gold Circle tickets are $69, mid-main floor reserved seats are $49, rear main floor reserved seats are $40. Balcony reserved seats range from $30-$49. All reserved seats are subject to $5 service fee per ticket.

Tickets go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. at and at the venue box office, 1000 Fifth Ave., which is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Spring Badfish at Nelson Ledges


Nelson Ledges Quarry Park will present Spring Badfish weekend Friday through Sunday, featuring two nights with the nation’s top Sublime tribute band, Badfish.

Also on the bill are Tropidelic, Scotty Don’t, Bumpin’ Uglies, Sun Dried Vibes, Pero Bravo, Wanyama, the Quasi Kings and more.

Admission is $85 ($70 presale) for Friday through Sunday, or $65 ($50 presale) for Saturday through Sunday. Camping is free. Go to

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