From the Shire to the Big Apple, the Lord of the Rings will have a notable presence in in Manhattan this week. The Academy Award-winning trilogy will be played in its entirety at the David H. Koch Theater in New York City through the weekend, and along with the screening of each blockbuster film, a live orchestral section of 250 musicians will perform the trilogy’s score. For those looking for attend, however, tickets won’t be cheap on the secondary market.
Two complete trilogies will be performed over the next week, with the first concert series beginning April 8 and concluding April 10. The second showing of each film will be held between April 11 and 12. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Lord of the Rings Trilogy tickets is $272 on the resale market.
The most expensive date will be on Sunday, April 12, where tickets currently average at $343.65. That marks a 26.3% boost over concert series average. Get-in price for that performance is $224. Its cheapest show will be on Tuesday, April 7. The average secondary price for that performance is $184.34, 32.2% below average, with get-in price starting at $175.