Map: Where the largest concerts in the US have taken place

FILE - George Strait performs during the Keith Gattis Tribute Show at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville on November 28, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Country music superstar George Strait made history at his show in College Station, Texas June 15.

Texas A&M said 110,905 people showed up for the concert at Kyle Field.

That broke a record for a ticketed U.S. concert that was set by the Grateful Dead in 1977 when 107,019 fans attended their show at Raceway Park in New Jersey, according to Billboard

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Here’s a look at the most attended concerts in the U.S. over the years and where they happened: 

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Biggest concerts in the U.S.

Here are some of the most attended ticketed concerts in the U.S. 

U2 and Garth Brooks have several other shows on the list not mentioned. 

  • George Strait, 2024, Kyle Field in Texas - 110,905 people
  • Grateful Dead, 1977, Raceway Park in New Jersey - 107,019 people
  • George Strait, 2014, AT&T Stadium in Texas - 104,793 people
  • Garth Brooks, 2022, Tiger Stadium in Louisiana - 102,000 people
  • U2, 2009, Rose Bowl in California - 97,014 people
  • Pink Floyd, 1994, Ohio Stadium in Ohio - 75,250 people
  • Backstreet Boys, 2000, Georgia Dome in Georgia - 73,337

This story was reported from Detroit. KDFW FOX 4 Dallas contributed.