One Direction, Lionel Richie, Katy Perry Win at Billboard Touring Awards
Florida Georgia Line and Jeff Dunham were also honored, as well as Billy Joel's historic, indefinite residency with Madison Square Garden
One Direction, Lionel Richie and Katy Perry lead the list of winners at Billboard's 11th annual Touring Awards, held Thursday at New York's Edison Ballroom. 1D took home the awards for Top Draw and Top Tour, with grosses in excess of $290 million, and the band's management firm Modest! received the prize for Top Manager.
Richie appeared in-person to receive the Legend of Live Award, while Perry's Prismatic Tour was recognized as Top Package for its featuring of Capital Cities, Kacey Musgraves, Tegan & Sara, Becky G and Ferras throughout its 2014 run.
Other winners included Florida Georgia Line, the country duo that was crowned this year's Breakthrough touring act and beat out a competitive race that also included OneRepublic and Arcade Fire. Citi and MAC Presents won the Concert Marketing & Promotion Award for the second year in a row for their role in Billy Joel's historic, indefinite residency with Madison Square Garden. And the Rolling Stones captured the year's Top Boxscore for a three-night run at the Tokyo Dome on Feb. 26, March 4 and 6.
A complete list of winners is below:
Florida Georgia Line
Concert Marketing & Promotion Award:
Billy Joel/Citi at Madison Square Garden
Light of Day Foundation
Legend of Live Award:
Creative Artists Agency
Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Toronto
O2 Arena, London
Rolling Stones – Tokyo Dome – Feb. 26, March 4, 6
House of Blues, Boston
Top Comedy Tour:
Coachella Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA
Top Independent Promoter (International):
T4F – Time For Fun
Top Independent Promoter (U.S.):
Katy Perry Prismatic Tour, featuring Capital Cities, Kacey Musgraves, Tegan & Sara, Becky G, Ferras
Live Nation Entertainment
Top Venue – Under 10,000 Seats:
Radio City Music Hall, New York City
Top Venue – Under 5,000 Seats:
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Vegas
Golden Circle Award:
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.