CLEVELAND, Ohio – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse was ranked 27th among 200 arenas in the world for entertainment ticket sales, according to the trade publication Poll star.
In 2020, the arena was ranked No. 45.
The ranking – which does not include sporting events – covers the period from mid-November 2020 to mid-November 2021. The arenas – like many venues and stadiums – have not hosted any games and events. due to restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, many of which went into effect in March 2020. The first major paid event in the arena since the pandemic began took place on July 23, 2021, when WWE Friday Night SmackDown was arrived in town.
The magazine is ranked by tickets sold. The gross amounts vary considerably depending on the specific shows organized. Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse sold 117,383 tickets to shows during the period evaluated, which covered around 20 events – although several were free.
This month, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse has 21 dates with scheduled events – 15 were hockey and NBA games, while six included family events, concerts, and a comedy show. Unless Covid cancels or postpones, the Harlem Globetrotters are scheduled to play two games on Tuesday, December 28, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra are scheduled to play on Thursday, December 30.
The first major event scheduled for the arena in 2022 is Disney on Ice, scheduled for January 7-16.
Bridgestone Arena in Nashville tops the table, with 336,227 tickets sold.
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