They’re oldies, but still goodies. Several of music’s most prominent names will grace the stage throughout North America this weekend. Among the prestigious performers are Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Cher and Queen with Adam Lambert.
7/2 Billy Joel @ Madison Square Garden (New York, NY) / Avg. Price: $492.20 / Get-in: $141
Billy Joel continues his Madison Square Garden residency this week when he plays the World’s Most Famous Arena on Wednesday. The average price for MSG Billy Joel tickets is $492.20, down 12% on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $141. The “Piano Man” will then head to Canada to play the Festival d’ete de Quebec on July 11.
7/5 Paul McCartney @ Times Union Center (Albany, NY) / Avg. Price: $454.64 / Get-in: $195
The former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney takes his Out There Tour to the Times Union Center in Albany, NY on July 5. The average price for Albany Paul McCartney tickets is $454.64, down 5% on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $195. Following his show in upstate New York Wednesday, the legendary singer has 19 more U.S. dates scheduled through October.
7/5 Queen & Adam Lambert @ The Joint (Las Vegas, NV) / Avg. Price: $441.58 / Get-in: $188
Queen heads to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino’s The Joint this week when they play with special guest Adam Lambert on Saturday night. The average price for Las Vegas Queen tickets is $441.58, down 7% on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $188. The band is scheduled for one more date at Hard Rock’s concert hall the following day as well.
7/5 Cher @ Citizens Business Bank Arena (Ontario, CA) / Avg. Price: $356.29 / Get-in: $80
The original pop diva Cher takes her D2K Tour to Canada this week when she plays the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario Saturday night. The average price for Ontario Cher tickets is $356.29, down just 1% on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $80. Cher has also welcomed special guest Cyndi Lauper on the first North American leg, which will conclude on July 11 at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo will take Lauper’s place when the tour makes its second North American run starting in September.
This week's top acts have certainly shown that age is just a number as none have lost a step in their live performance. Be sure to catch these perennial performers as they take to the stage throughout North America all week long.