Some of the most popular young artists have started touring and some old acts are starting their last hurrah. Whichever genre you prefer, there’s plenty of tickets available on the secondary market for any concert you may wish to see. Touring artists take over the top concerts of the week this week, beating out the Vegas residencies. While there are no Vegas residencies on the top concerts, one band setting up shop in New York City has stayed with high ticket prices. The youngest artist takes over the top spot on a long-awaited tour.
3/16/14 - Lorde | The Fillmore, Detroit | Avg. Price: $669 | Get-in Price: $58
Lorde tickets have been some of the most in demand concert tickets since her big night at the Grammys and she’s finally depart on her North American tour. The tour started just last week and tickets for her show at The Fillmore in Detroit have increased in price by 33% in the past week. With an almost $700 average price, grabbing a ticket at the get-in price of $58 could be a steal.
3/15/14 - The Allman Brothers | Beacon Theatre, New York City | Avg. Price: $651 | Get-in Price: $205
The Allman Brothers continue their residency at the Beacon Theatre throughout the month of March. With shows going through the 29th, Saturday’s performance is the most expensive, but Allman Brothers tickets for all shows during the week — Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday — also have high average and get-in prices.
3/15/14 - Grand Ole Opry - Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and more | Avg. Price: $495 | Get-in Price: $445
The Grand Ole Opry always brings together the biggest names in country music and some up-and-comers for some of the most star-studded lineups on the Nashville’s most famous stage. Saturday night, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are two of the top stars set to perform along with Josh Turner, Clint Black and others. Two superstars like Shelton and Lambert have sent Grand Ole Opry tickets skyrocketing, up 141% in price over the past week.
3/13/14 - Elton John | American Airlines Arena, Miami | Avg. Price: $320 | Get-in Price: $51
Elton John has been drawing capacity crowds for years and Thursday night in Miami will be no exception. He will be touring around the country until the end of the month when he starts a month long residency at The Colosseum in Las Vegas throughout April. Elton John tickets have gone up 7% over the past week, though the get-in price remains relatively low compared to the average.
3/15/14 - Sting & Paul Simon | BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida | Avg. Price: $296 | Get-in Price: $66
These two music icons have been selling out arenas wherever their On Stage Together tour has gone and ticket prices continue to be expensive on the secondary market. Saturday night these two head to Sunrise, Florida for a concert at the BB&T Center. Sting and Paul Simon tickets have dropped in price recently as the concert date gets closer, but a near $300 average price shows the tickets are still in high demand.
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.