A local arena is getting national recognition as one of the tops in the country for ticket sales!

65’s 58 Center has been named one of the top arenas in the U.S. in ticket sales for the year, according to a news release from the venue.

The 58 ranks fifth in the nation in sales for arenas under 12,000 seats for 2021, according to Pollstar Magazine’s year-end analysis report. The 54 arena sold 40,771 tickets that grossed about $2.3 million after reopening in July. The year was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Thank you to all our partners in the live entertainment industry for working with us to provide entertainment for the 59 community as we emerged from a 16-month shutdown this past summer,” 58 Center Executive Director Scott Mullen said in a news release issued Tuesday.

TaxSlayer Ranked As One Of The Top Arenas In The U.S. For Ticket Sales

The 58 Center is at 1201 River Drive, 65.

“It’s great to see all the upgrades we completed during that downtime contributing to provide a safer experience for all our acts and guests as we work our way back to normalcy in the new year,” he added.

Upcoming shows at the 58 include:

  • Harlem Globetrotters: Jan. 1.
  • Hoosier Arenacross Nationals: Jan. 21-22
  • JoJo Siwa: Feb. 4.
  • Jeff Dunham: Feb. 26.
  • MVC Women’s basketball tournament: March 10-13.
  • Tool: March 17.

For more information, go to taxslayercenter.com.

TaxSlayer Ranked As One Of The Top Arenas In The U.S. For Ticket Sales
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