Top 5 Concert Tickets Of The Week (5/27)

Pop music leads the way this week as Lana Del Rey, Bruno Mars and John Legend shows make up the bulk of this week’s top concert tickets. Bachata star Romeo Santos and country singer Luke Bryan also make the list for their end-of-the-week shows.

5/27 Lana Del Rey | Avg. Price: $350.67 | Get-in: $248

Lana Del Rey will end her second North American tour this week and will play her penultimate show Tuesday night at the Wamu Theater at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The average price for Seattle Lana Del Rey tickets is $350.67 with a get-in price of $248, up 11% on the secondary market.

5/31 Bruno Mars & Pharrell | Avg. Price: $478.89 | Get-in: $180

Bruno Mars continues his “Moonshine Jungle Tour” when he plays the Hollywood Bowl with Pharrell this Saturday. Th average price for Los Angeles Bruno Mars tickets is $478.89 with a get-in price of $180, up 16% on the secondary market. Mars will play a second show at the Hollywood Bowl the following day before taking his tour through the Southern U.S. with Aloe Blacc.

5/31 John Legend | Avg. Price: $777.65 | Get-in: $406

R&B pianist John Legend heads to Brooklyn’s Gilman Opera House this Saturday. The average price for Brooklyn John Legend tickets is $777.65, down 25%, with the hefty get-in price of $406. Legend “All Of Me Tour” hits the northeast through mid-June.

5/31 Romeo Santos | Avg. Price: $382.65 | Get-in: $93

Bachata singer Romeo Santos will play the American Airlines Arena in Miami this Saturday. The Bronx-born musician is on tour supporting his sophomore album Formula, Vol. 2 which was released in February. The average price for Miami Romeo Santos tickets is $382.65 with a get-in price of $93, up just 2% on the secondary market.

6/1 Luke Bryan |  Avg. Price: $434.32 | Get-in: $52 

Luke Bryan hits the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ Sunday. The average price on the secondary market for June 1 Luke Bryan tickets is $434.32, up 8%, with a get-in price of $52. Bryan carries his “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” to the northeast this week.

John Legend has the most expensive average secondary price for his Brooklyn show this Saturday, though it will also see the biggest drop in price at 25% on the secondary market. Romeo Santos has the cheapest average price for his Saturday show in Miami while Luke Bryan has the cheapest get-in price for his New Jersey show on Sunday.

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