It finally happened…someone has beaten out One Direction for the top spot on our Top 10 Weekly Searches. The lucky winner this time is the one and only Lady Gaga. This puts an end to 1D’s impressive run of 16 straight weeks at #1. The Lady Gaga surge is due to the fact that a whole slew of tickets to her 2013 Born This Way Ball Tour have been going on sale for the past week. The last batch on on sales start tomorrow Friday October 5th for her shows in NYC, Brooklyn, St. Louis, St. Paul, Nashville, and Phoenix.
Top 10 Tickifieds Ticket Searches (September 27 – October 4, 2012)
1. Lady Gaga
There is a new queen of Tickifieds as Lady Gaga edges out the boy band One Direction.
2. One Direction
Although One Direction dropped to #2 this week, search traffic is still extremely strong.
3. Garth Brooks
The country music legend is playing for a limited time in Las Vegas.
Miguel Cabrera wins the first triple crown in 45 years and the Tigers edge out the White Sox for the Division title. Detroit is buzzing!
The Texans are looking like viable Super Bowl contenders. Ticket prices and fan interest is growing.
College Station is gobbling up SEC football. Fans from all over Texas are excited to see some of the top teams in the nation.
Braves fans are normally apathetic but the institution of the additional Wildcard game has Brave fans seeking tickets!
Despite her latest controversial tirade, fans are still eager to see the 90’s pop icon. Ticket prices have dropped dramatically with many tickets on the market well below face value.
Auburn may not be primed for a BCS bowl but they still love their football in Tigerland.
I have no knowledge of what is going on in the world of soccer but I do know the San Jose Earthquakes are getting a ton of traffic over the last few days….what is going on with them?
Other trending events: TCU Football, Justin Bieber, LSU Football, FSU Football, Bayou Bucket, Carolina Panthers, Notre Dame, Mumford & Sons.
This top 10 list is compiled from internal search data from Tickifieds.com and organic traffic from search engines. Search terms are ranked by using a combination of both sources of search data.