Bryan Adams may not have achieved Bob Dylan or Billy Joel levels of success in the United States but has still built an impressive track record of hit singles and influential albums. If you took a look up north, Adams is highly regarded as one of the Canada's proudest musical exports. The CBS cult classic “How I Met Your Mother” even lovingly deemed Adams “The Canadian Springsteen”.
Looking at Bryan Adams tickets on the secondary market, the trends drive the point home. While Adams is no slouch in the US, often playing famous venues including The Theatre At Madison Square Garden and Detroit's Fox Theatre, his real ticket power is in Canada.
Adams' 2014 Fall US tour featured an average asking price $139.14 with the priciest date being $194.25 on October 20th at the Chicago Theatre.
The 2015 Canadian tour which kicked off earlier this week averages $185.15 on the secondary market, a 33% increase over his 2014 US tour. The priciest date on Adam's Canadian jaunt was Wednesday night at Vancouver's Rogers Arena, averaging $262.84.The cheapest comes January 20th at the MTS Centre, averaging just $70.73 with a get-in cost of $35. The MTS Centre also has the largest quantity of tickets available on the secondary market at 808 as of Friday afternoon.