Harry Styles, Foo Fighters, Chris Stapleton, Jeffrey Azoff and The Forum were among the winners at the 33rd annual Pollstar Awards, held Tuesday at the Beverly Hilton.

Derrick D-Nice” Jones received the Music Unites Award for philanthropy, recognizing his efforts on behalf of the Otis Redding Foundation, mental health and wellness, The Apollo Theater, HBCUs and more. The Royal Albert Hall received the inaugural Pollstar Milestone Award for its 150th anniversary, and the late Steve Strange of X-ray Touring was honored with Booking Agent of the Year.

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33rd Annual Pollstar Award Winners

Major Tour of the Year
Harry Styles, Love on Tour

Best Rock Tour
Foo Fighters

Best Hip-Hop Tour
J. Cole, The Off-Season Tour

Best R&B Tour
Earth, Wind & Fire, Miraculous Supernatural Tour

Best Pop Tour
Maroon 5

Best Country Tour
Chris Stapleton, Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show Tour

Best Latin Tour
Enrique Iglesias/Ricky Martin, Live in Concert

Comedy Tour of the Year
Sebastian Maniscalco, Nobody Does This Tour

Best Support/Special Guest Act and Tour
Garbage (Alanis Morissette)

Best Residency
Lady Gaga, Jazz & Piano, The Las Vegas Residency, Park Theatre, Las Vegas

Best Family, Event or Non-Music Tour of the Year
Disney on Ice

Best New Headliner/Artist Development Story
Billy Strings

Music Festival of The Year (Global; over 30K attendance)
Austin City Limits Music Festival, Austin, Texas

Music Festival of The Year (Global; under 30K attendance)
Ohana Festival, Dana Point

Nightclub of the Year
Troubadour, West Hollywood

Theatre of the Year
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville

Arena of the Year
The Forum, Inglewood

Red Rocks Award–Outdoor Concert Venue of the Year
Ascend Amphitheater, Nashville

Best New Concert Venue–Small Venue
Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville

Best New Concert Venue–Arena
Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle

Best New Concert Venue–Outdoors
Sofi Stadium, Inglewood

International Venue of the Year
Royal Albert Hall, London

Venue Executive of the Year
David Kells, Bridgestone Arena

Talent Buyer of the Year
Amy Corbin, C3 Presents

Small Venue Talent Buyer of the Year (under 10,000 capacity)
Donna Busch, Goldenvoice

Bill Graham Award/Promoter of the Year
Bob Roux, Live Nation

International Promoter of the Year
Barrie Marshall, Marshall Arts

Bobby Brooks Award/Agent of the Year
Dave Rowan, High Road Touring

International Booking Agent of the Year
Steve Strange, X-ray Touring

Booking Agency of the Year

Independent Booking Agency of the Year (Global)
High Road Touring

Rising Star Award
Molly Warren, Live Nation

Personal Manager of the Year
Jeffrey Azoff, Full Stop Management

Road Warrior of the Year
Ken Helie (Dead & Company)

Transportation Company of the Year
Rock-it Cargo

Best Concert Visuals
Bandit Lites

Best Concert Sound
Clair Global

Marketing/PR Executive of the Year
Allison McGregor, CAA

Best Brand Partnership/Live Campaign
Amazon/Climate Pledge Arena Naming Rights

Best Hang
Austin City Limits Music Festival

Best Person to Score a Dinner With (tie)
Irving Azoff, The Azoff Company
Michael Rapino, Live Nation

Life of the Party
Ron Delsener, Live Nation

Damn The Torpedoes: 2021 Touring Artist
Dave Chappelle

Milestone Award
Royal Albert Hall, United Kingdom

Music Unites Award