Top Concerts Of The Week (12/15)

Fleetwood Mac’s On With The Show Tour has been one of the most sought-after events of the year, and the iconic band’s stop at the Toyota Center in Houston this Monday will serve as the most expensive concert of the week. Other top-priced shows this week will be played by notable performers Billy Joel, Justin Timberlake, Bob Seger and Mariah Carey.

 

Below are this week’s 15 most expensive shows of the week on the secondary market

 

12/15 Fleetwood Mac at Toyota Center  |  Avg. Price: $467.70  |  Get-in: $204

Heading to Houston this Monday night is Fleetwood Mac, whose On With The Show Tour hits the Toyota Center and marks the highest-priced show in North America this week. The average price for Fleetwood Mac tickets is $467.70 and get-in price starts at $204 on the secondary market. The group is scheduled to play across North America through April, where they wrap at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 11.


 

12/18 Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden  |  Avg. Price: $417.51  |  Get-in: $132

Billy Joel continues his monthly show residency at Madison Square Garden this Thursday. Billy Joel tickets to his New York show this week is $417.51 on the secondary market. Get-in price starts at $132. The beloved singer will play one more show this year following his show in New York City when he travels to the Amway Center in Orlando on New Year’s Eve. He’ll continue his monthly run at Madison Square Garden next year, with New York shows scheduled from February through August.


 

12/20 Justin Timberlake at The Arena at Gwinnett Center  |  Avg. Price: $399.44  |  Get-in: $181

The 20/20 Experience World Tour hits The Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Georgia this Saturday and serves as the third most expensive show this week. The average secondary price for Justin Timberlake tickets is $399.44 with a get-in price of $181. Timberlake has five shows remaining on his tour and will wrap at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on January 2.


 

12/18 Chris Isaak at The Paramount Theatre – Huntington  |  Avg. Price: $338.57  |  Get-in: $93

“Wicked Game” singer Chris Isaak takes his current tour to the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York this Thursday. The average secondary price for Chris Isaak tickets to his Long Island show is $338.57 and get-in price starts at $93. Only four dates remain on his tour, with Isaak’s last date scheduled for December 20 at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.


 

12/21 Jingle Ball at BB&T Center  |  Avg. Price: $254.41  |  Get-in: $69

The infamous Jingle Ball concert will hit the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida this Sunday and will be sponsored by local radio station Y100. Part of the national iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour, Sunday’s stop in Florida will feature Ariana Grande, Pharrell, Iggy Azalea, and a handful of other A-list pop performers. The average price for Jingle Ball tickets is $254.41 on the secondary market. Get-in price is $69.


 

12/19 Bob Seger at Madison Square Garden  |  Avg. Price: $222.58  |  Get-in: $66

Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band will take their Ride Out Tour to Madison Square Garden this Friday. The average price for Bob Seger tickets is $222.58 and get-in price starts at $66 on the secondary market. The 69-year-old singer has plans to tour through March, where he concludes at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on March 7.


 

12/19 106.7’s Xl’ent Night Out featuring The Script & The 1975 at House of Blues Orlando  |  Avg. Price: $216.57  |  Get-in: $166

Irish pop rock outfit The Script will play the House of Blues Orlando this Friday in conjunction with XL 106.7’s Xl’ent Night Out. Other bands on the bill include The 1975 and Cobra Starship. The Script tickets to their Orlando show currently average at $216.57 on the secondary market and own a get-in price of $166. All tickets are General Admission standing and the show starts at 8pm.


 

12/21 Mariah Carey at The Beacon Theatre  |  Avg. Price: $205.84  |  Get-in: $60

Mariah Carey begins her first annual All I Want for Christmas is You residency at the Beacon Theatre this Monday. With six dates scheduled throughout the week, she’ll play her most expensive show on Sunday night. The average price for Sunday Mariah Carey tickets is $205.84 and get-in price is $60 on the secondary market. Listed as “a night of joy and festivity,” Carey will play several of her hits off of her 1994 release Merry Christmas, which is one of the highest-grossing Christmas albums of all-time.


 

12/20 Oak Ridge Boys at Crystal Grand Music Theatre  |  Avg. Price: $191.45  |  Get-in: $53

American country and gospel quartet Oak Ridge Boys will play the Crystal Grand Music Theatre in Wisconsin this Saturday. Average secondary price for Oak Ridge Boys tickets for their Wisconsin Dells show is $191.45. Get-in price is listed at $53. With a career spanning more than six decades, the popular country vocal group has plans to tour through 2015, playing shows across North America until next November.


 

12/18 Jingle Ball at Allstate Arena  |  Avg. Price: $181.08  |  Get-in: $57

103.7 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball concert will be held at the Allstate Arena in Chicago on December 18. The average price for Chicago Jingle Ball tickets is $181.08 and the concert’s cheapest ticket is listed at $57 on the secondary market. Much like Florida’s Jingle Ball show three days later, this Thursday’s show in Chicago will feature some of music’s hottest acts, including Iggy Azalea, Fall Out Boy, Meghan Trainor, Demi Lovato and many others.


 

12/21 Johnny Mathis at The Flint Center for the Performing Arts  |  Avg. Price: $168.91  |  Get-in: $108

Renowned pop music singer Johnny Mathis takes his 58th and 58th Anniversary Concert to the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, California this Sunday. The average secondary price for Cupertino Johnny Mathis tickets is $168.91 on the secondary market. Get-in price starts at $108. Mathis has weekend shows scheduled across the U.S. through June, where he wraps at the Long Center in Austin on June 13.


 

12/21 Trans-Siberian Orchestra at American Airlines Center  |  Avg. Price: $154.50  |  Get-in: $64

Popular music ensemble Trans-Siberian Orchestra hits the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Sunday. Playing its Christmas Attic album in its entirety live for the first time ever, the orchestra has frequented the top concerts list in the weeks leading up to Christmas Day. The average secondary price for Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets to its Dallas show is $154.50 and get-in price starts at $64. 48 shows remain on schedule through January 2.


 

12/17 - Joe Bonamassa at Florida Theatre – Jacksonville  |  Avg. Price: $154.33  |  Get-in: $122

Popular rock and roll guitarist Joe Bonamassa will take his tour to the Florida Theatre in Jacksonville this Wednesday. With nine U.S. dates left on his tour through February, Bonamssa plays his most expensive show of his remaining dates this week. The average secondary price for Joe Bonamassa tickets to his Florida show is $154.33. Get-in price is listed at $122. He’ll wrap his North American leg of tour on the Norwegian Pearl Cruise Ship in Miami on February 17.


 

12/19 - Chris Brown at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena  |  Avg. Price: $143.96  |  Get-in: $51

R&B and pop singer Chris Brown will play the Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville this Friday, where average ticket price is listed at $143.96 on the secondary market and get-in price starts at $51. Brown has three more dates scheduled through the end of the year, with his two following shows being held at Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina on December 20 and Hampton Coliseum in Virginia on December 21.


 

12/19 - Christmas in Brooklyn at Barclays Center  |  Avg. Price: $140.91  |  Get-in: $23

Rounding off this week’s top-priced concerts list is Friday’s Christmas in Brooklyn concert at the Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn. With featured artists including Run DMC, LL Cool J, Lecrae and Keyshia Cole all scheduled to perform, the average price for Christmas in Brooklyn tickets is currently $140.91 on the secondary market. Get-in price for the concert starts at $23. The concert is being promoted as the “biggest holiday party in the Empire State” this year.

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