Iggy Azalea Atlanta Tickets Are Up 6% This Week

(UPDATE 4/30/15) Last month’s disengagement from management saw Iggy Azalea cancel all remaining spring tour dates on The Great Escape Tour and reschedule in the fall. The rapper will take the summer off from the road and gear back up in mid-September, and she’ll make her most expensive stop at the Philips Arena in Atlanta on October 15. And while the show is still five months out, ticket prices continue to increase on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ, the average price for Iggy Azalea Philips Center tickets is now $234.68, up 5.7% from Monday’s average of $221.93. For fans looking to just get past the front gate, the cheapest available Iggy Azalea Atlanta tickets is currently $52.

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The tour will kick off on September 18 and run through North America until October 27, when it ultimately wraps at the Gila River Arena in Arizona.

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Below is the average setlist Iggy Azalea has played across The Great Escape Tour:

  1. Bounce 
  2. Fuck Love 
  3. Beg For It 
  4. Problem 
  5. Work 
  6. Murda Bizness
  7. Black Widow 
  8. Fancy 

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Iggy Azalea Postpones Spring Tour Until Fall 2015

(UPDATE 3/11/15) After earlier reports suggested Iggy Azalea might postpone her tour, it has now officially happened. While reps deny there are any issues between Azalea and her management, rumors have been emerging about a “disengagement” from the rapper.

Instead of canceling the tour completely, all future dates have been postponed and rescheduled. The tour will now start later in the fall, with mid-September holding the first date. Opener Tinashe and co-headliner Nick Jonas will not be on the postponed dates.

Below are the rescheduled North American dates:

September 18 - Valley View Casino Center - San Diego, CA
September 20 - SaveMart Center - Fresno, CA
September 24 - Oracle Arena - Oakland, CA
September 25 - Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA
September 29 - Pepsi Center - Denver, CO
October 1 - Target Center - Minneapolis, MN
October 2 - Allstate Arena - Rosemont, IL
October 3 - The Palace of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hills, MI
October 5 - Verizon Center - Washington, DC
October 6 - TD Garden - Boston, MA
October 8 - Air Canada Centre - Toronto, ON
October 10 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
October 11 - Barclays Center - Brooklyn, NY
October 12 - Prudential Center - Newark, NJ
October 15 - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA
October 17 - AmericanAirlines Arena - Miami, FL
October 18 - Amway Center - Orlando, FL
October 22 - Toyota Center - Houston, TX
October 23 - Frank Erwin Center - Austin, TX
October 25 - American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
October 27 - Gila River Arena - Glendale, AZ

 

(3/10/15) Iggy Azalea is opting for a simpler lifestyle in the thick of her massive ‘The Great Escape Tour’, which has caused concern over whether the rapper will appear at her upcoming string of North American dates.

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Multiple reports from TheWrap have stated that Azalea has cut ties with her core team and is impartial to promoting her tour, which has scheduled dates through late-May. Her missed press opportunities has put the tour in grave danger of being cancelled, which would also be major blows to opening act Tinashe and co-headliner Nick Jonas.

The 24-year-old has also given up her social media accounts, which will now be run by management indefinitely. The rapper is slated to perform at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 29 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, though it remains unclear if she’ll be present during the ceremony.

The next leg of The Great Escape Tour is scheduled to begin on April 14 at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California. 23 dates in total are scheduled through May 23, when the tour is set to conclude at the Toyota Center in Houston.

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