(UPDATE 4/24/15) The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival will conclude this Saturday with the celebration of the 25th anniversary of “Goodfellas” at the Beacon Theatre. On Friday, the festival will also commemorate “The Holy Grail”, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. Ticket prices on the secondary will vary immensely between the two events at the Beacon, however. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Friday Tribeca Film Festival tickets is $152.05 and get-in price starts at $23. If planning to attend the “Goodfellas” ceremony tomorrow night, Saturday Tribeca Film Festival tickets average at $516.09 on the secondary market, 239% more expensive than Friday night. The cheapest available ticket for Saturday is currently $246.
2015 Tribeca Film Festival Topping $400 Secondary Ticket Average at Beacon Theatre
(4/6/15) The Tribeca Film Festival will make its highly anticipated return to New York City beginning next week, where it will run from April 15-26.
Presented by AT&T, the 14th annual installment will again welcome narrative features and short-length films alongside presentations and appearances from new and established directors from across the globe. For those searching for tickets to the upcoming events, however, they won’t be cheap on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ, the festival’s Opening night on April 15 at the Beacon Theatre currently owns a secondary average of $489.04 and the get-in price starts at $121. The following day, Mary J. Blige’s London Sessions will be featured and tickets average at $212.77 and get-in price is $95.
On April 24, the festival welcomes the 40th anniversary of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. That day, the average secondary price for tickets is $262.45. The cheapest ticket is $90. Its closing night on April 15 will host the 25th anniversary of Goodfellas to the tune of a $502.44 average price and $238 get-in price.
Over all available Beacon Theatre dates on TicketIQ, the average price for Tribeca Film Festival tickets is $404.13 on the secondary market. Among other notable venues hosting this year’s events include the SVA Theatre, Bow Tie Cinemas in Chelsea, Regal Cinemas in Battery Park and the BMCC Tribeca PAC.