(UPDATE 7/8/15) The Avett Brothers have been on the road since early-June and have no plans on stopping anytime soon. The quartet fronted by Seth and Scott Avett have 22 shows remaining through the middle of October and is generating a significant demand for tickets on the resale market. Over the three months of shows left, the average secondary price for Avett Brothers tickets is $110.97.
The most expensive stop comes on July 12 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. Also featuring a supporting performance from John Prine, the average price for Avett Brothers Colorado tickets is $151.68 and the cheapest available ticket is $97. Other top-priced shows include July 10 and 11 shows at Red Rocks as well. Those two shows own a secondary ticket average of $137.56 and $130.62, respectively.
Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center will host the band’s cheapest gig on July 29. That show currently owns a $64.71 ticket average and $37 get-in price. An August 21 gig at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion has the secondary cheapest ticket average at $69.61 and a $62 get-in.
Hoping to attend an upcoming Avett Brothers show? View the band’s usual setlist along its summer run thus far, per setlist.fm, below:
Avett Brothers Average Setlist on 2015 Tour
- Down with the Shine
- Paranoia in Bb Major
- Will You Return?
- Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise
- Laundry Room
- Distraction #74
- Satan Pulls the Strings
- Another Is Waiting
- Live and Die
- Nothing Short of Thankful
- Talk on Indolence
- Morning Song
- Le Reel Du Pendu / Les Bars De La Prison
- I Wish I Was
- Die Die Die
- In the Garden
- Murder in the City
- Country Blues
- Kick Drum Heart
- The Race Is On
- Slight Figure of Speech
- I and Love and You
The Avett Brothers Continue Tour, Add New North American Fall Dates
Having scored the highest-charting album of their career with 2012’s The Carpenter, the demand for The Avett Brothers tickets is now so high that the North Carolina trio have just announced that its accompanying tour will be extended until November.
Widely regarded as one of the most exciting and enthralling live rock acts of the 21st Century, siblings Scott and Seth and bassist Bob Crawford are currently mid-way through their summer schedule with performances at the Somerset Amphitheater and Interlochen’s Kresge Auditorium scheduled for this week.
But after returning from various August European festival dates including Sweden’s Malmofestivalen and Denmark’s Tonder Festivalen, the band will once again hit the North American stage, starting at the Ottawa Folk Festival on September 7.
After three further Canadian shows at Montreal’s Metropolis (September 8), Halifax’s Rebecca Cohn Auditorium (September 10) and Fredericton’s Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival (September 12), the Grammy-nominated outfit will then play a further 15 shows across the Northeast, Midwest and Pacific Northwest before concluding at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion on November 22.
Although The Avett Brothers tickets for their fall dates are currently unavailable on TicketIQ, there are hundreds of seats still on offer for the July 5 (get-in price $72/average price $145) and July 6 ($122/$186) gigs at Morrison’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre, where they will be joined by psychedelic rock quintet Portugal The Man for the former and folk ensemble Old Crow Medicine Show for the latter.
While fans can also get their hands on The Avett Brothers tickets for their July 11 show at Fargo’s The Venue At The Hub ($65/$117) and Aug 9 concert at Ridgefield’s Sleep Country Amphitheater ($77/$89).
Accompanied by regular touring musicians, cellist Joe Kwan, drummer Mike Marsh and pianist Paul DeFiglia, the band’s recent shows have inevitably focused on material from The Carpenter, the Rick Rubin-produced seventh LP which reached No.4 on the Billboard charts last September.
But alongside the likes of singles “Live & Die” and “Paul Newman vs. The Demons,” the group have performed fan favourites from the likes of 2004’s Mignonette (“At The Beach”), 2006’s Four Thieves Gone: The Robbinsville Sessions (“Famous Flower Of Manhattan”) and 2009’s commercial breakthrough, I and Love and You (“Slight Figure Of Speech”).
While covers of The Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses,” Buck Owens’ “Reno Lament” and David Childers & The Modern Don Juans’ “The Prettiest Thing” have also appeared on the set-list in addition to renditions of traditional folk standards “The Cuckoo Song,” “The Girl I Left Behind Me” and “Old Joe Clark.”
6/26 – Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest
6/29 – Somerset, WI – Somerset Amphitheater
7/1 – Interlochen, MI – Kresge Auditorium
7/13 – Council Bluffs, IA – Harrah’s Casino – Stir Concert Cove
7/15, 6 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
7/11 – Fargo, ND – The Venue
7/13 – Lansing, MI – Common Ground Music Festival
7/14 – Louisville, KY – Forecastle Festival
7/25 – Virginia Beach, VA – Classic Amphitheatre
7/27 – Newport, RI – Newport Folk Festival
8/9 – Ridgefield, WA – Clark County Fair
8/10 – Sandpoint, ID – Festival at Sandpoint
8/11 – Edmonton, Alberta – Gallagher Park
8/17 – Gvarv, Norway – Kartfestivalen
8/18 – Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller
8/19 – Malmo, Sweden – Malmofestivalen
8/21 – Antwerp, Belgium – Openluchttheater Rivierenhof
8/22 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli Oudegracht
8/24 – Tonder, Denmark – Tonder Festivalen
9/7 – Ottawa, Ontario – Ottawa Folk Festival
9/8 – Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis
9/10 – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
9/12 – Fredericton, New Brunswick – Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival
9/13 – Bangor, ME – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
9/14 – Philadelphia, PA – Mann Center for Performing Arts
9/17 – Bloomington, IL – U.S. Cellular Coliseum
9/20 – Cleveland, OH – Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
10/4 – Albuquerque, NM – Kiva Auditorium
10/5 – Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheatre
10/6 – Las Vegas, NV – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
10/9 – Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Auditorium
10/10 – Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl
10/12 – San Francisco, CA – America’s Cup Pavilion
10/15 – Boise, ID – Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
10/17 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Orpheum
10/18 – Seattle, WA – KeyArena at Seattle Center
10/19 – Moscow, ID – University of Idaho
10/20 – Missoula, MT – Adams Event Center
11/22 – Chicago, IL – UIC Pavilion