Bruce Springsteen Rises To The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


The Boss has been in the top 10 since he entered the chart two weeks ago, but this week Bruce Springsteen has managed to knock Beyonce off the #1 spot and down to #5. Meanwhile, Adele is holding steady at #2 and the remaining top five slots have been taken up by chart newcomers The Specials and Catfish And The Bottlemen.

We also welcome to the chart V FestivalSteel Panther and Richard Ashcroft, while we say goodbye to Jess GlynneOcean Colour Scenethe OffspringJeff Lynnes ELOX Factor LiveTeenage Cancer TrustNeil Young and the Next Step.

Make sure to start scraping your pennies together as there’s lots going on sale this week, including StereophonicsBellyEnnio MorriconeNoel Gallagher and Jake Bugg. Reckon any of them can bump the Boss off the top spot? Check back with us next week to find out.

1. Bruce Springsteen
2. Adele
3. The Specials
4. Catfish And The Bottlemen
5. Beyonce
6. V Festival
7. Coldplay
8. Little Mix
9. AC/DC
10. The 1975
11. Justin Bieber
12. Richard Ashcroft
13. Dynamo
14. Rod Stewart
15. Steel Panther
16. David Gilmour
17. Twenty One Pilots
18. James Bay
19. Rihanna
20. Shawn Mendes

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Beyonce Continues #1 Reign Over Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


So, she’s done it! For another week Queen B, Beyonce, has continued to reign supreme at the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Also sticking to the same positions as last week are Adele and Coldplay, who are hot on Bey’s heels at #2 and #3.

In a surprising turn of events, Jess Glynne has bumped Bruce Springsteen from #4 to #7. Rod Stewart has also replaced Justin Bieber at #5, while AC/DC are non-movers in sixth position.

The chart’s bottom five has completely changed this week and so we welcome David GilmourShawn MendesX Factor LiveTeenage Cancer TrustNeil Young and The Next Step to the fold.

Over the next week there are some biggies going on sale, including V FestivalThe SpecialsCatfish And The BottlemenSteel Panther and Santana. Check in with us next week so see if any of them managed to break the top 20.

6. AC/DC
14. Dynamo

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Bryson Tiller Tops Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Cart


Kentucky hip hop artist Bryson Tiller has done what many believe to be impossible, he’s bumped Adele off the #1 spot and reached the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart.  Following closely behind Adele  is Kevin Hart who’s climbed three places to get to #3, knocking AC/DC down to #4.

Entering the chart this week, above Justin Bieber and Coldplay, with a top 5 position is Ocean Colour Scene. Also new to the top 20 are William SingeBRIT Awards and WWE, among others. However, as we wave hello to the new chart entries we must bid adieu to the old. So, this week we say goodbye to Bring Me The HorizonFutureTwenty One PilotsStrictly Come DancingMassive AttackJeff Lynnes ELOBilly JoelLionel RichieDynamo and Stereophonics.

Over the course of the next week we have a whole lot of tickets for some huge shows going on sale, including Jamie LawsonKaiser ChiefsWeezerWolfmother and Tinie Tempah. Reckon any of them can steal the chart’s top spot? Check back next week to find out.

1. Bryson Tiller
2. Adele
3. Kevin Hart
4. AC/DC
5. Ocean Colour Scene
6. Justin Bieber
7. Coldplay
8. BRIT Awards
9. Little Mix
10.Bryan Adams
11. David Gilmour
12. The Libertines
13. Hozier
14. Disney On Ice
15. Rod Stewart
16. The 1975
17. Billy Connolly
18. William Singe
19. WWE
20. Muse

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1. Jamie Lawson

2. Kaiser Chiefs

3. Weezer

4. Wolfmother

5. Tinie Tempah

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Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart 2015 Countdown: Part Three


So, as Christmas Day edges ever closer our countdown of the year’s top 50 best-selling artists on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart continues. We’ve been working our way from the bottom up, counting through 10 a day, until we hit top spot and crown the successors to One Direction, who took top spot in 2014. Make sure to check back throughout the week to see who’s in the running for a Stereoboard Christmas #1. If you missed them, make sure to check out Parts One and Two.

21. Mumford And Sons
22. Years and Years
23. David Gilmour
24. Kevin Bridges
25. Taylor Swift
26. Muse
27. Rihanna
28. The Prodigy
29. Mrs Browns Boys
30. Take That

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Adele Says Hello From The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Well, she’s done it, Adele has bagged yet another #1 and reached the top of  Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Following closely behind is fellow “hello” singer Lionel Richie and at #3 Rihanna. That leaves last week’s chart-toppers, Coldplay, at #4.

Making an impressive climb up the chart this week is Madonna, progressing from #20 to #12.  Also creeping up the chart and making it into the top 10 is  Elton John. Though, what goes up, must come down and Stereophonics have slid from third position down to #10 and Rod Stewart from #6 to #16.

Last week we saw a lot of big hitters go on sale and we thought it unlikely it could be topped. However, Justin Bieber and Billy Joel decided to announce shows, along with Russell HowardElton John  and Lionel Richie adding extra dates to their already announced tours. Check in with us next week to see if any of them have been able to steal the top spot from Adele.

1. Adele
2. Lionel Richie
3. Rihanna
4. Coldplay
5. Jingle Bell Ball
6. David Gilmour
7. Elton John
8. Dynamo
9. Little Mix
10. Stereophonics
11. Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra
12. Madonna
13. The Cure
14. Mumford and Sons
15. Strictly Come Dancing
16. Rod Stewart
17. Muse
18. Kevin Hart
19. Bryan Adams
20. Hozier

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1. Justin Bieber

2. Billy Joel

3. Russell Howard (new dates)

4. Elton John (new dates)

5. Lionel Richie (new dates)



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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Adele, Lionel Richie, Florence And The Machine (BST Hyde Park), The Four Tops And Temptations, David Gilmour And Little Mix



Adele has confirmed a string of arena shows across the UK and Ireland next spring. The record-breaking vocalist will support her latest album, ’25’, with two nights in Belfast, two dates in Dublin, two in Manchester, four at London’s O2 Arena, two in Glasgow and a further brace in Birmingham. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced between £35.00 and £45.00, plus fees.

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Having already scheduled arena shows in Manchester and London, the pop icon has added a run of stadium shows to his summer tour plans, including stops in Swansea, Colwyn Bay, Colchester and Gloucester, along with a new gig at Sheffield Arena and an Eden Sessions set in St. Austell. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, with the Eden Sessions following at 12pm on December 8, priced at £40.00 plus fees.

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FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE (British Summer Time Hyde Park)

Florence And The Machine are the latest headliners announced for London’s British Summer Time series. The vocalist and her band will top the bill at Hyde Park on July 2 with support from Kendrick Lamar, Jamie XX and Blood Orange. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £59.50 plus fees.

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The Four Tops and Temptations will head out on tour together next autumn. The legendary vocal groups will be joined by Tavares for arena shows in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham, Birmingham, London and Bournemouth, with the headliners then heading on to Southend for a date at the Cliffs Pavilion. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £45.00 (£47.50 in London), plus fees.

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David Gilmour will play four more concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall next September, his only UK concerts to be announced for 2016. The new shows follow on from the Pink Floyd guitarist’s five sell out shows at the same venue earlier this autumn. Tickets are on sale at 10am tomorrow, priced at £65.00 plus fees.

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Little Mix have added more UK dates to their Get Weird tour. The group have confirmed additional April stops at arenas in Aberdeen on April 11, Liverpool on April 21, London on April 22 and Sheffield on April 23. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £25.00 plus fees.

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James Bay Bounds To The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


James Bay has knocked rock trio Muse off the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart and is sitting pretty in the #1 position. Following closely behind and rising two positions since last week are One Direction.

Although some are climbing the chart, others are descending it with the appearance of newcomers The CorrsThe Libertines and Ellie Goulding, who have entered at #5, #8 and #12 respectively. U2Kevin HartBring Me The Horizon and WWE have all slid to lower positions this week.

Meanwhile, veteran performers Rod Stewart, Barry Manilow and Billy Connolly have all announced tours. Reckon they can show the kids how it’s done? Check back next week to see if they’ve made it into the top 20.

1. James Bay
2. One Direction
3. Disney On Ice
4. Stereophonics
5. The Corrs
6. U2
7. Kevin Bridges
8. The Libertines
9. Muse
10. David Gilmour
11. Kevin Hart
12. Ellie Goulding
13. Mumford And Sons
14. Fall Out Boy
15. Cliff Richard
16. Bring Me The Horizon
17. Simply Red
18. Strictly Come Dancing
19. WWE
20. Dynamo

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Kevin Hart Remains At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Kevin Hart has topped Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart for the second consecutive week.  However, previous #1 spot holders Stereophonics are creeping their way back up the chart, rising from #9 to #5 this week. Following suit are One Direction who have jumped from #14 to a very impressive #2 position.

We have also seen some acts return to the chart, including James BayFall Out Boy and Disney On Ice. However, we do have to say goodbye to The LibertinesDavid GilmourOliver HeldensJess GlynneFifth HarmonyBabymetalMOBO AwardsFoo Fighters and Kodaline, who have all left the chart this week.

Big shout out to Frankie Boyle, who was the only one of the five new tours mentioned last week to make it into the top 20.

This week we have a lot of big tours going on sale, including MuseLeona LewisJess GlynneLittle Mix and Hurts. Make sure to check back next week to see if they break into the chart.

1. Kevin Hart
2. One Direction
3. U2
4. Mumford And Sons
5. Stereophonics
6. Michael McIntyre
7. Kevin Bridges
8. James Bay
9. Hozier
10. Disney On Ice
11. Fall Out Boy
12. Catfish And The Bottlemen
13. Bring Me The Horizon
14. Dynamo
15. Runrig
16. Years and Years
17. Twenty One Pilots
18. Florence And The Machine
19. Def Leppard and Whitesnake
20. Frankie Boyle

 On sale next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Muse

2. Leona Lewis

3. Jess Glynne

4. Little Mix

5. Hurts

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Comedian Kevin Hart Tops Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


On his first week in the chart Kevin Hart has taken the #1 spot from Stereophonics, who have dropped to #8. Also doing well in their first week are Hozier, Bring Me The Horizon and The Libertines, who have come in at #3, #4 and #7, respectively.

However, sadly we bid adieu to The CourteenersReading Festival, Calvin Harris (Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions), WWE NXTJames BayFall Out BoyThe 1975Years and YearsDisney On IceBBC Radio 2 Live and Foals, who have all left the top 20.

However, we give a very warm welcome to chart newbies RunrigOliver HeldensFifth HarmonyMOBO Awards and Babymetal.

3. Hozier
5. U2

On sale next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Tom Jones

2. Tame Impala

3. Suede

4. The Maccabees

5. Frankie Boyle

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Stereophonics Storm To The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

Stereophonics have stormed their way to the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart within the first week of their Keep The Village Alive Tour going on sale and The Courteeners have done almost as well, coming in at #2.  Meanwhile, last week’s chart-toppers Foals have only just managed to stay in the top 20, dropping all the way to the bottom of the chart.
Throwing their hat into the ring this week are newcomers WWE NXT, who have made an impressive debut at #8.  However, to welcome in the new blood we have to bid farewell to Cliff RichardU2David GilmourV FestivalSimply RedWill YoungBob DylanZac Brown Band and Fleetwood Mac.
7. Calvin Harris (Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions)
16. Paolo Nutini
17. Creamfields
20. Foals
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