Fleetwood Mac continues their small Canadian run of shows this week and stops by the Rogers Arena in Vancouver as this week’s top-priced concert on the secondary market. Several other legendary musicians appear on the top concerts bill this week as well, including Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor and Rod Stewart. Below are the top 15 most expensive concerts on the secondary market this week, according to TicketIQ:
11/18 Fleetwood Mac at Rogers Arena | Avg. Price: $328.35 | Get-in: $135
With the On With The Show Tour in full gear, Fleetwood Mac continues to dominate the secondary ticket market. They’ll play the most expensive show of the week at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Tuesday. The average secondary price for Fleetwood Mac tickets to their Canadian show this Tuesday is $328.35. The get-in price for the show starts at $135. They’ll then make their way to the Tacoma Dome on Thursday and wrap their week at the Moda Center in Portland on Saturday night.
11/22 Bob Dylan at Academy of Music | Avg. Price: $321.20 | Get-in: $191
The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan continues his Never Ending Tour this week at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia on Saturday. The average price for Bob Dylan tickets to his Philadelphia show is $321.20 on the secondary market and get-in price starts at $191. He’ll play the reputable venue three consecutive times this week, but his show on Saturday will see the most expensive tickets on the secondary market.
11/20 Latin Grammy Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena | Avg. Price: $318.49 | Get-in: $121
The Latin Grammy Awards will take place in Las Vegas on Thursday and will honor the top Latin acts in music today. The average price for Latin Grammy Awards tickets at the MGM Grand Garden Arena is currently $318.49 on the secondary market. Get-in price for the awards show starts at $121. Among those slated to appear at the ceremony are Carlos Santana, Pitbull, Pepe Aguilar and Migel Bose.
11/22 Bob Seger at Cross Insurance Arena | Avg. Price: $283.78 | Get-in: $127
Perhaps best known for his work with The Silver Bullet Band, Bob Seger continues to elicit high demand for tickets on the secondary market when he tours. He’ll travel to the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, Maine this Saturday, where the average secondary price for Bob Seger tickets is currently $283.78. Get-in price for the show starts at $127. Seger will tour North America through March of next year, wrapping at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on March 7.
11/20 Justin Timberlake at Moda Center | Avg. Price: $283.40 | Get-in: $103
The last leg of the 20/20 Experience World Tour makes its way to the Moda Center in Portland on Thursday. The average price for Portland Justin Timberlake tickets is $283.40 on the secondary market and get-in price starts at $103. He’ll play just one more show this week following his stop in Portland at the Oracle Arena in Oakland on Saturday night. Timberlake wraps his tour at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on January 2.
11/18 Motley Crue & Alice Cooper at Rexall Place | Avg. Price: $271.95 | Get-in: $46
Motley Crue winds down its Final Tour this week with four more shows through Saturday. They’ll play their most expensive date on the secondary market this Tuesday when they make a stop at Rexall Place in Edmonton. The average secondary price for Motley Crue tickets to their Canadian show this Tuesday is $271.95 with a get-in price of $46. They’ll play their final U.S. show of tour at the Spokane Arena in Washington on Saturday.
11/23 Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood at Greensboro Coliseum | Avg. Price: $271.28 | Get-in: $70
Garth Brooks continues his Comeback Tour this week at the Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina. The country singer will play five consecutive shows there beginning on Wednesday and concluding on Sunday, and his most expensive show at the famous North Carolina venue will be on Sunday. The average secondary price for Garth Brooks tickets to his Sunday show is $271.28 and get-in price starts at $70. He’ll then head to theScottrade Center in St. Louis next week.
11/22 Usher at MGM Grand Garden Arena | Avg. Price: $262.97 | Get-in: $54
The URX Experience World Tour heads to Las Vegas this weekend, where Usher is scheduled to play the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday. The average price for Las Vegas Usher tickets is $262.79 on the secondary market. Get-in price starts at $54. Prior to his stop in Vegas, Usher will play three shows this week at the United Center in Chicago, the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota and the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
11/21 Eric Church at Peoria Civic Center | Avg. Price: $253.65 | Get-in: $85
Eric Church is scheduled to play the Peoria Civic Center in Illinois this Saturday. The average secondary price for Eric Church tickets to his Illinois show is $253.65 with a get-in price of $85. Church will continue his current leg of tour through early February, where he will make a final stop at the SAP Center in San Jose on February 5.
11/20 Steve Wonder at Palace of Auburn Hills | Avg. Price: $253.08 | Get-in: $41
Continuing his Songs in the Key of Life Tour this week is Stevie Wonder, who will play a top-priced show at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit on Thursday. The average price for Detroit Stevie Wonder tickets is $253.08 with a get-in price of $41 on the secondary market. Following his stop in Detroit, Wonder will play six more shows this year and is set to wrap on December 20 at the House Full of Toys Benefit Concert at The Forum in Los Angeles.
11/22 KISS at The Joint Las Vegas | Avg. Price: $249.02 | Get-in: $86
With just three dates remaining, KISS will wrap its Las Vegas residency at The Joint this weekend. The face-painted rockers will play their most expensive show on Saturday, where secondary average for KISS tickets is currently $249.02. Get-in price for the show starts at $86. KISS will play its last show at the notable Las Vegas venue the following night, putting a close to its three-week tenure in Sin City.
11/22 James Taylor at Bon Secours Wellness Arena | Avg. Price: $248.25 | Get-in: $96
Iconic folk musician James Taylor makes his way to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina on Saturday night. The average price for James Taylor to his Greenville show is currently $248.25 and get-in price starts at $96 on the secondary market. Taylor is scheduled to tour through the beginning of December, where he wraps at Madison Square Garden on December 5. He’ll start an international leg of tour in March of next year in Spain, traveling through Italy, Germany and The Netherlands through April.
11/19 Rod Stewart at Caesars Palace | Avg. Price: $234.81 | Get-in: $73
Rod Stewart continues his residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas this week. His Wednesday show has garnered big ticket prices on the secondary market, where the average price for Rod Stewart tickets is $234.81 and get-in price starts at $73. Following his show on Wednesday, Stewart will play two more November dates. He’ll return to Las Vegas in late January, playing nine more shows through the middle of February.
11/21 Judas Priest at Century Link Arena Boise | Avg. Price: $220.90 | Get-in: $73
Iconic heavy metal band Judas Priest heads to the Century Link Arena in Boise, Idaho this Friday. The average secondary price for Boise Judas Priest tickets is $220.90 with a get-in price of $73. The Redeemer of Souls Tour will wrap its current leg just one day later at the Tacoma Dome in Washington. The group will make its next run in Australia in February before heading to Japan and Europe in March.
11/21 Clint Black at Lyric Theater | Avg. Price: $197.35 | Get-in: $61
Rounding off this week’s top-priced concerts is Clint Black at the Lyric Theater in New York City on Friday. The average price for Clint Black tickets to his Manhattan show is $197.35 on the secondary market. Get-in price starts at $61. Black is perhaps best known for his debut album, Killin’ Time, which was released in 1989 and spawned four hit singles in “A Better Man”, “Killin’ Time”, “Nobody’s Home” and “Walkin’ Away”.