The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus will be taking its Circus Xtreme touring show to several arenas across the U.S in March. The New York Metropolitan Arena is set to welcome the circus’ top-priced shows over the month, with multiple dates at Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum, New Jersey’s Prudential Center and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center all seeing the average price for tickets exceed $70 on the secondary market.
Over 108 shows scheduled in the coming month, Ringling Bros tickets on TicketIQ average at $57.62. The most expensive show will be played at Nassau Coliseum on March 7, with tickets boasting a secondary average of $82.41, 43% above March average. Get-in price for that show starts at $30. The circus’s show the following night will be the second highest-priced show in March, with tickets averaging at $79.80 and the get-in price listed at $30 on the secondary market.
Three shows at the Prudential Center in New Jersey between March 14 and 15 serve as the next three most expensive dates. A 3pm show on March 14 sees tickets average at $79.11 while its show the following day at 1pm owns a secondary average of $76.92. The average price for the 7pm show on March 14 is $75.06. The cheapest seat to each show is $24, $30 and $26, respectively.
On March 1, the circus will play the fourth most expensive show of the month at the Barclays Center at 3pm. That day, the average price for Brooklyn Ringling Bros tickets is $73.66 and get-in price is $23. The next top-priced show in Brooklyn will be just hours prior at 11am, when tickets see a secondary average of $68.89. The cheapest seat to that show is $33.
The cheapest Circus Xtreme show in March will be held at the Izod Center in New Jersey on March 18, when tickets average at $41 and get-in price is $19 on the secondary market. A March 5 stop at Nassau Coliseum will be the second cheapest date. Tickets for the 10:30am show that day average at $44 and the cheapest seat is listed at $24.
Other venues the Circus Xtreme tour will hit in March include the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., U.S. Bank Arena in Cleveland, Arena at Gwinnett Center in Georgia and Maryland’s Wicomico Civic Center.