TOP STOPS OF THE DECADE BY CAPACITY (click for charts) More Than 30,000: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. 15,001-30,000: The O2 London 10,001-15,000: 3Arena, Dublin 5,001-10,000: Radio City Music Hall, New York 2,001-5,000: Fox Theatre, Atlanta 2,000 or Less: 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C. THE TOP 20 OF THE 2010s  (click for chart) Comeback of the Millennium The heart of live entertainment in London, The O2, beats inside a building once written off as a colossal failure London’s O2 arena stands at the pinnacle of live entertainment venues, which is no small feat considering the remarkable history behind it.  The 20,000-seat facility, owned and operated by AEG, is a content machine, fueled by the need for a modern, full-scale arena and the insatiable appetite for live music in a world-class market. The arena recently sold its 25 millionth ticket and has played host to more than 2,000 events since it opened midway… Continue Reading Venues of the Decade
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