Indie folk outfit Lord Huron is ankle-deep in its current North American tour, which continues through the end of September. The band is touring in support ofStrange Trails, its sophomore LP and fifth studio release. The quartet has found critical success since first forming in 2010, and a strong ticket demand exists on the secondary market over the five-month stretch.
Lord Huron tickets on TicketIQ currently average at $60.57. The most expensive tour date will be on July 15 at the Revolution Music Room in Little Rock, Arkansas. That show sees a secondary average of $190.86 and get-in price starts at $144. No other show on the tour itinerary will own an average price above $100 on the secondary market.
The band’s cheapest show will be on April 30 at Terminal 5 in New York City, where tickets average at $42 and get-in price is $24. Additional shows at Stubbs in Austin on May 11and Cleveland’s House of Blues on July 29 also see tickets average below $50 on resale markets.