Looking At Meghan Trainor Tickets Trends One Week Away From “That Bass” World Tour

February 5, 2015

(UPDATE - 2/4) With just one week until the kick off of Meghan Trainor's highly anticipated “About That Bass” tour, secondary market tickets carry an average asking price of $156.75.

The most expensive date on the tour is February 25th at the House Of Blues in Houston at $321.49, the cheapest date on the tour is March 6th at Phoenix Concert Theatre at an average asking price of $84.03 per ticket.

Meghan's home town show at Boston's Paradise Rock Club averages slightly below tour average at $140.80. However it sports one of the most expensive “get-in” prices of the tour at $93. The tour opener at the Vogue Theatre has seen a 26% price increase throughout the week.

As always, stay tuned to TicketIQ and the TicketIQ Blog for the latest on Meghan Trainor tour dates, news, and ticket information.



(UPDATE - 1/20)  Meghan Trainor will be traveling across the pond this April when she embarks on her first-ever headline tour in the U.K.

In the wake of the singer’s highly anticipated release of her album “Title” earlier this month, Trainor already has plans to begin the That Bass Tour in February, which will play 19 dates in North America. She’ll play two Canada dates at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver on February 11 and the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto on March 6.

The That Bass Tour will make four stops in the U.K. in April following the conclusion of Trainor’s brief North American leg of shows. She’ll hit the Ritz in Manchester on April 9, O2 ABC in Glasgow on April 10, Institute in Birmingham on April 11 and wrap at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on April 13.

Pre-sale tickets will be available on January 21 at 9am. Tickets to her U.K. dates are available to the public starting on January 24 at 9am.

4/9 – Manchester, UK Ritz
4/10 – Glasgow, O2 ABC
4/11 – Birmingham, Institute
4/13 – London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire


(UPDATE - 1/9) Meghan Trainor has already announced her plans to embark on a North American tour starting in November, but she’ll be playing a few shows internationally before then. Trainor recently announced dates for her first two concerts in Australia. Trainor will play a show on April 27 at Big Top at Luna Park in Sydney and April 27 at The Forum in Melbourne. Trainor’s single, “All About That Bass” was No. 1 on Australia’s ARIA singles chart for four weeks and the song was the second best selling single in Australia in 2014.

Meghan Trainor has announced she will embark on her first ever North American tour next year. The 20 year old singer of pop smash hit “All About That Bass” start her aptly named “That Bass Tour” in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on February 11th at the Vogue Theatre. This show is also the most expensive of the tour with an average price of $183 for Meghan Trainor tickets, far above the tour average of $85.33. The singer will stay in the northwest for a show at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, Oregon on the 13th and a show on Valentines Day at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle, Washington.

After that Meghan Trainor has three shows in California the first in San Francisco on February 16th at the Fillmore. After a show on the 18th at the San Diego House of Blues Trainor will play the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. The singer will then close out February with a show in Dallas, Texas on the 27th at the Granada Theater. On March 4th Meghan Trainor will stop at the House of Blues in Chicago, Illinois. This has the cheapest average ticket price of only $58.40. On the 13th the tour hits New York City at Irving Plaza and on the 17th Trainor will play her home state of Massachusetts at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston.

Finally on the 20th the tour has its last stop in Nashville, Tennessee at the Cannery. A full list of tour dates can be found listed below:

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Meghan Trainor That Bass Tour dates 2015

2/11 Vancouver, BC, CA Vogue Theatre
2/13 - Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
2/14 - Seattle, WA Neptune Theatre
2/16 - San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
2/18 - San Diego, CA House of Blues
2/21 - Los Angeles, CA The El Rey Theatre
2/25 - Houston, TX House of Blues
2/27 - Dallas, TX Granada Theater
3/1 - Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
3/2 - Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall
3/4 - Chicago, IL House of Blues
3/6 - Toronto, ON, CA The Phoenix
3/8 - Washington DC The Fillmore Silver Spring
3/11 - Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
3/13 - New York, NY Irving Plaza
3/17 - Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
3/20 - Nashville, TN The Cannery