LAS VEGAS (KLAS)Billboard magazine has published its 2022 year-end boxscore charts and Las Vegas venues are represented well. The magazine has ranked the stadiums and venues that made the most money this year and categorized them by size.

Allegiant Stadium tops the Billboard list of “total gross” — or the amount of money it made before taxes or any other deductions. Billboard said Allegiant grossed $182,503,448 from 24 shows held there in 2022 with an average attendance of 42,489.

Allegiant Stadium opened in July 2020 at a construction cost of $1.9 billion.

The highest-grossing performance held at Allegiant Stadium in 2022, according to Billboard, was the four BTS concerts held in April. Together, BTS brought in $35,944,850 in gross ticket price revenue.

In the Billboard list of top arenas that can hold 15,001 people or more, T-Mobile Arena on the Strip comes in at number four with $124,684,713 in gross revenue. T-Mobile held 58 shows in 2022 with an average attendance of 12,604.

Topping T-Mobile on this list is the Kia Forum in Inglewood, the O2 Arena in London, and Madison Square Garden in New York.

Las Vegas also makes the top 10 list for top-grossing arenas with a capacity between 10,001 to 15,000. Billboard ranked MGM Grand Garden arena third on this list with $45,236,415 gross revenue. It has held 27 shows so far this year with an average attendance of 8,811.

For venues that have a 5,001 to 10,000-person capacity, a Las Vegas name tops this list.

The Dolby Live theater at Park MGM Hotel and Casino brought in $11,425,081 in 2022 according to Billboard. It held a total of 98 shows with an average attendance of 4,875.

Not to be outdone, one of the newest theaters on the Las Vegas Strip also tops the list for top-grossing venues with a capacity of 5,000 or less.

Coming in at number one on this list is the Resorts World Theatre with a total gross revenue of $55,272,018, according to Billboard. There were 87 shows held here in 2022 with an average attendance of 3,753.

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace also made this list number three bringing in $36,719,306 according to Billboard. It held 54 shows with an average attendance of 3,666.