The venue sold over 386,000 tickets and hosted 29 concerts in 2017, breaking the facility’s previous records set in 2014.
The venue hosted several top 10 world tours in 2017, including Guns N’ Roses, Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran.
While the Louisville community came out in record numbers, more than half of the venue’s ticket sales came from regions outside the Metro, notably from Lexington, Cincinnati, Evansville and Indianapolis.
According to Pollstar, the Top 100 Worldwide Tours generated a record $5.65 billion in revenue, a 15.8 percent increase over the previous year.
The total tickets sold by the Top 100 was also a record at 66.79 million, up 10.4 percent over 2016, Pollstar said, adding it was all done with a record average ticket price of $84.63, which is an increase of $3.97, or nearly 5 percent.