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BRIDGESTONE ARENA RANKS SEVENTH IN U.S. CONCERT ATTENDANCE IN POLLSTAR’S 2013 MID-YEAR REPORT-Strong first half sees Bridgestone Arena post second consecutive Top 10 ranking-NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 16, 2013) – Bridgestone Arena ranks seventh in the United States and 23rd in the world for concert attendance, according to international trade publication Pollstar’s Mid-Year Ticket Sales report. This is Bridgestone Arena’s second consecutive Mid-Year in the U.S. Top 10, up one spot in 2013 from eighth in 2012.Buildings in the U.S. Top 10 include: 1) Barclays Center 2) Wells Fargo Center 3) Philips Arena 4) Staples Center 5) SAP Center at San Jose (formerly HP Pavilion) 6) American Airlines Center 7) Bridgestone Arena 8) Sprint Center 9) Madison Square Garden 10) Toyota Center.“Great performers and promoters continue to make Bridgestone Arena a regular tour stop thanks to the outstanding support from the fans, building staff and the city of Nashville,” Bridgestone Arena VP of Booking Davi...
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