Dec 18, 2023

TD Garden Named #6 Highest Grossing Venue Worldwide

BOSTON, MA (12.18.2023) – TD Garden announced today that it was named the #6 highest grossing 15,001+ capacity venue in the world by Billboard & Pollstar. In 2023, TD Garden set a record by hosting 50 concerts in addition to over 200 special events and home games for the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics. The all-star line-up of shows included Bruce Springsteen, SZA, Blink-182, Drake, Bert Kreischer, The Jonas Brothers, Eagles, Queen + Adam Lambert, Romeo Santos, The 1975, Travis Scott and many more.

“Earning a spot among the world’s top grossing arenas is an amazing milestone," said Glen Thornborough, president of TD Garden and COO of the Boston Bruins. "We had a record-breaking year of concerts, and we are proud of the diverse shows we were able to offer. This achievement is a testament to the unwavering support of our fans, the dedication of our talented arena staff, and the energy that fills TD Garden night after night.”

In Billboard’s year-end box score chart, TD Garden ranked behind only Madison Square Garden (New York), O2 Arena (London), Kia Forum (Inglewood), T-Mobile Arena (Las Vegas), and Prudential Center (Newark). 

Separately, in Pollstar’s year-end box score chart, TD Garden ranked behind Madison Square Garden (New York), Kia Forum (Inglewood), O2 Arena (London), T-Mobile Arena (Las Vegas), and the Sphere (Las Vegas).

A remarkable line-up will continue to fill the TD Garden calendar well into 2024. Upcoming events include Madonna, Travis Scott, Nate Bargatze, Olivia Rodrigo, AJR, Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, Tim McGraw, Melanie Martinez with additional announcements to come.

TD Garden regularly hosts national and international events. The most notable upcoming national events include the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship on March 28 & 30, 2024 and the ISU World Figure Skating Championships from March 23-30, 2025.

About TD Garden 

TD Garden, owned and operated by Delaware North, first opened its doors to the public on September 30, 1995. In the 25+ years since, the venue has generated more than $365 million in direct economic impact to the Greater Boston region from its major national events alone, not including its high-profile Bruins and Celtics tenants. The arena has played host to countless marquee events, including the Democratic National Convention, NHL All-Star Game, NCAA Frozen Fours, NCAA Women’s Final Four, U.S. Gymnastics Olympic Trials, U.S. Figure Skating Championships, and ISU World Figure Skating Championships, among others.