2019 was a banner year in entertainment to close out a decade. But before ringing in 2020, take an in-depth look back at all the shows and events that dominated the industry. Keep reading for a snapshot of the 2019 Year in Review.
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Between the utter dominance of the NFL – thanks to Super Bowl LII and the Kansas City Chiefs – and Major League Baseball’s steady presence in top markets, sports tickets remained hot this year. The 2019 Super Bowl and AFC Championship game were the two best-sellers across all events, though the Rolling Stones held their own with some of the year’s biggest concerts.
On Broadway, Hamilton sits tight on its throne as the undisputed top-selling show for another year. The Tony-winning juggernaut did however face stiff competition from a handful of new shows. Mainly, Aaron Sorkin’s To Kill A Mockingbird, Temptations bio musical Ain’t Too Proud and the sinfully delightful Best Musical winner Hadestown.
In other entertainment, Jeff Dunham and Jerry Seinfeld were customers’ favorite funnymen. Monster Jam, JoJo Siwa, Disney on Ice and Paw Patrol drew the most traffic of any children’s and family-aimed event.
Click any of the links below for an even further dive into the world of entertainment in 2019.
Ticket Club’s 2019 Year in Review
Best-Selling Sporting Events
Best-Selling Broadway Shows
Best-Selling Music Festivals
Best-Selling Family Events
Best-Selling Pro Team in Major Sports Cities
Top Entertainment Cities