Top 5 Concert Tickets Of The Week (2/17)
February 18, 2014
While many artists are heading out on successful tours, it seems the most successful artists are the ones staying in the same spot. Artists like Justin Timberlake continue to tour all over and show up on the top concerts of the week lists, but artists with residencies like Britney Spears are routinely seeing the highest average prices on the secondary market each week.
1) 2/22/14 - Britney Spears - Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas | Avg. Price: $899 | Get-in Price: $329
Spears will be continuing her residency at Planet Hollywood and demand for Britney Spears tickets continues to grow. Spears’ show on Saturday is almost double the average price of her top shows from the past two weeks.
2) 2/21/14 - The Eagles - Toyota Center, Houston, TX | Avg. Price: $758 | Get-in Price: $285
The Eagles will be continuing their “History of The Eagles” Tour as it rolls through Houston’s Toyota Center Friday night. The Eagles tickets have been priced highly throughout the tour, though the price for this show has dropped 8% over the past week.
3) 2/22/14 - Tim McGraw & Faith Hill - The Venetian, Las Vegas | Avg. Price: $415 | Get-in Price: $126
McGraw and Hill, like Spears, are taking up a residency in Vegas and like Spears, prices to see them in Vegas refuse to drop. Demand for Tim McGraw tickets have been steady since the pair started playing the Venetian every weekend.
4) 2/17/14 - Justin Timberlake - United Center, Chicago, IL | Avg. Price: $385 | Get-in Price: $103
There haven’t been a lot of things hotter than Justin Timberlake tickets since he returned to music and touring. The almost nonstop 20/20 Experience World Tour takes over the United Center on Monday night with a price increase of 5% over the past week.
5) 2/20/14 - Sting & Paul Simon - Rodgers Arena, Vancouver, BC, Canada | Avg. Price: $307 | Get-in Price: $79
Having two music legends on the stage at the same time is sure to draw demand for tickets and that’s exactly what’s happening in Vancouver on Friday night. Sting and Paul Simon tickets have dropped 16% this week and a under $100 get-in price gives Canadian fans a great chance to see these two perform at a lower than usual price.
These are some of the biggest names in music and the high ticket prices for each concert show how big each of these tours have been and will continue to be. These top concerts are sure to be great shows and could give fans a good chance to see their favorite artists live.