The Week in TicketCity Search – April 22nd

TicketCity Week in Search

Current
Rank
Last
Week
Keyword
Searched
1 2 Justin Bieber
2 3 Adele
3 10 Kentucky Derby
4 - Kentucky Oaks
5 6 Taylor Swift
6 - Miami Heat
7 7 Mumford & Sons
8 - Texas Rangers
9 - WWE
10 - Pearl Jam

Looks like the Davis Cup didn’t have the staying power to remain on top, or even in the countdown at all. I sense it will return a time or two before July. For now, the vacated top spot is once again reclaimed by the esteemed Mr. Bieber, followed closely by Adele. Contributing to this week’s more eclectic mix of sports and concerts, the Derby and Oaks shoot back up the charts to secure the third and forth spot on the countdown.

Taylor Swift rounds out the top five, and the Miami Heat lead off the bottom five. The Heat are playing Philadelphia in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, where they’re just 1 win away from shutting down the 76ers and moving on to the second round. Take a look at our NBA Playoffs Tickets page to keep up with the match-ups, and, of course, buy some tickets to see the games in person.

Mumford & Sons hang steady at #7 this week. Following them the Rangers appear. Fresh off last year’s World Series appearance against the Giants, Rangers tickets are hot this season. After the WWE, Pearl Jam pops in at #10. Rumors of a new album and a 20th anniversary festival for the band are probably helping to fuel the interest.

The Week in TicketCity Search – April 15th

TicketCity Week in Search

Current
Rank
Last
Week
Keyword
Searched
1 1 Davis Cup
2 3 Justin Bieber
3 6 Adele
4 5 Lil Wayne
5 - Kings of Leon
6 8 Taylor Swift
7 - Mumford & Sons
8 - Kenny Chesney
9 - Tim McGraw
10 9 Kentucky Derby

Davis Cup stays on top again this week. Will be interesting to see what kind of staying power this event has, since it won’t happen until July. Someone who has demonstrated some staying power so far, the esteemed Mr. Bieber, returns to the #2 spot recently vacated by the Frozen Four. He’s followed by Adele, who has climbed the chart in the recent weeks, and Lil Wayne, who has been a fixture in the top 5 recently. Rounding things out are the Kings of Leon, who have been around but lacking the consistency of their fellow top 5 entries.

Taylor Swift is unable to make it back to the top 5, ending up at #6 this week. She’s followed by new entry Mumford & Sons. The English folk rock band recently achieved success in the states with Grammy-nominated hit “Little Lion Man” and is touring in spring and summer in the US this year. Their current album, Sigh No More, is certified Platinum and they are currently writing songs for a follow-up.

Country stars Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw both return to the bottom 5 this week, providing a very country / folk feel to things. The Derby finishes last, which is a respectable showing here, but not something those 3-year-old thoroughbred horses should be striving for.