Always at the epicenter of controversy, Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke has risen to superstardom in the post-hardcore scene since first singing with Escape the Fate. Falling in Reverse recently kicked off Ronnie Radke’s Circus Tour, which also features Ghost Town. Running across the U.S. through early June, the tour has seen a strong demand for tickets on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Falling in Reverse tickets is $73.67. The band will play its top-priced show on June 6 at the House of Blues in Hollywood. Serving as the final stop of tour, tickets currently average at $116.41 and get-in price starts at $40. No other shows along the six-week stretch average above $100 on resale markets.
Along the opposing side of the financial spectrum, the cheapest tour date will be on May 22 at Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. That show currently owns a secondary average of $46 and get-in price is listed for $35.
Falling in Reverse is on tour in support of its third and most recent studio release, Just Like You, which dropped in February. The album received a 90/100 rating from Alternative Press and a four-star rating from Revolver Magazine.