This week’s top-priced concerts will feature some of music’s most beloved acts, including Billy Joel, Garth Brooks, The Beach Boys and Sting. Sam Smith takes this week’s top spot with a show at the Fabulous Fox Theatre on Friday while Lenny Kravitz’s stay at the American Airlines Center during the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live show rounds off the 10 most expensive concerts on Saturday.
(Tickets for all of these concerts can be purchased at the bottom of this post)
1/9/15 Sam Smith at Fabulous Fox Theatre | Avg. Price: $543.57 | Get-in: $262
Soulful singer Sam Smith takes on St. Louis this weekend with a performance at the Fabulous Fox Theatre on Friday. The average price for tickets to see Sam Smith at his Missouri show is $543.57 and get-in price starts at $262 on the secondary market. Smith is touring off the monster success of his 2014 release, In the Lonely Hour, which has spawned megahits “Stay With Me” and “I’m Not the Only One”.
1/9/15 Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden | Avg. Price: $337.91 | Get-in: $104
Billy Joel starts 2015 off with a bang as he continues his monthly residency at Madison Square Garden on Friday. The average secondary price for Friday Billy Joel tickets is listed at $337.91 and the get-in price is $104. The “Piano Man” singer has scheduled dates at The World’s Most Famous Arena each month through September and will likely add more as the year continues.
1/11/15 Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood at BOK Center | Avg. Price: $203.43 | Get-in: $59
After a tremendous 2014 that launched a comeback tour and subsequent studio album, Garth Brooks will play his first shows of the new year at the BOK Center in Tulsa this weekend. His Sunday show will be his most expensive Oklahoma date, where the average price for Garth Brooks tickets is $203.43 on the secondary market. Get-in price starts at $59.
1/10/15 Eric Church at Bridgestone Arena | Avg. Price: $191.67 | Get-in: $48
Country megastar Eric Church hits the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Saturday, where tickets now average at $191.67 on the secondary market. The Tennessee show holds a current get-in price of $48. Church will play three dates this week, with his Nashville stop capping off a week that will also take him to the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans and BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo, Mississippi.
1/8/15 Alan Jackson at Germain Arena | Avg. Price: $148.71 | Get-in: $63
Honky tonk and country artist Alan Jackson heads to the Germain Arena in Florida this Thursday. The average secondary price for Alan Jackson tickets to his Germain Arena show is $148.71 and get-in price starts at $63. The singer will then travel to the USF Sun Dome to end his week on Friday.
1/9/15 Dwight Yoakam at Casino Rama Entertainment Center | Avg. Price: $104.86 | Get-in: $67
Country will again take the forefront on this week’s top-priced concerts list when Dwight Yoakam plays the Casino Rama Entertainment Center on Friday. The average secondary price for Dwight Yoakam tickets to his weekend show in Canada is $104.86 and get-in price is listed at $67. The singer has one other Canadian date scheduled this week at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday.
1/10/15 The Beach Boys at Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral | Avg. Price: $85.67 | Get-in: $56
Influential rockers The Beach Boys hit the Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral in Florida this Saturday. The average price for Beach Boys tickets to their coastal show is $85.67 and get-in price is $56 on the secondary market. The group has tour dates scheduled through April and one date listed at the Royal Albert Hall in London on May 31.
1/7/15 Gregg Allman at Georgia Theatre | Avg. Price: $73.16 | Get-in: $38
Gregg Allman takes his unique blend of blues rock and roll to the Georgia Theatre in Athens this Wednesday, where the average secondary price for Gregg Allman tickets is $73.16 and get-in price starts at $38. He’ll play two consecutive dates at the Georgia Theatre before heading to the Grand Opera House in Macon for two shows on Friday and Saturday.
1/11/15 AT&T Playoff Playlist Live at American Airlines Center | Avg. Price: $70.36 | Get-in: $16
The first annual National Championship Game will offer several surrounding events, one of which includes the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The second night of the show, scheduled for January 11, will feature Sting and average secondary price is $70.36 and get-in price is $16. The events will be held on the evening prior to the big game, which features Oregon and Ohio State battling for the first-ever College Football Championship trophy at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
1/10/15 AT&T Playoff Playlist Live at American Airlines Center | Avg. Price: $69.93 | Get-in: $15
The first night of the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live will be held on January 10 and will see Lenny Kravitz perform in Dallas. The average price for January 10 Playoff Playlist Live tickets is $69.93 and get-in price starts at $15. Additional artists scheduled to perform include Keri Hilson and Vintage Trouble, as well as the Sugar and Rose Bowl Bands.