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 Justin Timberlake: $3,329,623; $143.04
v Pink: $2,352,887; $134.02
v “Springsteen On Broadway”: $2,189,511; $508.90
v Luis Miguel: $1,681,144; $97.49
v Kendrick Lamar: $1,489,005; $88.86
“Dancing with the Stars” (8 p.m., ABC): It’s the one-hour season finale.
“The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC): It’s part one of the season finale.
“Miss USA” (8 p.m., Fox): This two-hour special, airing live from Louisiana, will culminate in the crowning of the next Miss USA.
TV listings, C3
Movies available Tuesday on DVD and through digital providers include:
“Game Night” (R): A murder-mystery night among friends turns real. Starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams.
“Red Sparrow” (R): A Russian spy who uses seduction to obtain secrets enters into a dangerous relationship. Starring Jennifer Lawrence and Joel Edgerton.
“The 15:17 to Paris” (PG-13): Three American soldiers on a train in Europe swing into action when they discover a terrorist plot. Starring Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos and Anthony Sadler.
‘STOMP’ is coming to Packard hall
“STOMP,” the percussion show that has become an international phenomenon, will come to Packard Music Hall on Dec. 1. Tickets range from $35 to $79 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000 and at the Packard box office, 1703 Mahoning Ave.
From its beginnings as a street performance in the UK 20 years ago, “STOMP” has visited more than 50 countries. It is regularly updated; this year it will incorporate two new pieces.
The performers “make a rhythm out of anything we can get our hands on that makes a sound,” said co-founder and director Luke Cresswell. A unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy, “STOMP” has created its own inimitable and idiosyncratic form of rhythmic expression.