Ministry Tickets on North American Tour Average Above $100 on Secondary Market

April 29, 2015

(UPDATE 4/29/15) Industrial metal pioneers Ministry will kick off their North American tour at the Bomb Factory in Dallas this Sunday, and the band is bringing big secondary market ticket prices with it. Slated to run through the middle of June, the tour will make 18 stops in the U.S. and Canada and conclude at the Phoenix Concert Theatre on June 17.

According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Ministry tickets is $106.78. Many of the band’s upcoming dates will see tickets average above $100, with a May 11 stop at the City National Civic Auditorium in San Jose, California serving as the most expensive ($155.17). Shows at Heaven Stage at Masquerade in Georgia, the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, Flames Central in Calgary, Vogue Theatre in British Columbia, Fillmore in Charlotte and House of Blues in Las Vegas all own a triple-digit ticket average on the secondary market.

The band’s cheapest stop will be on May 13 at the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, where tickets average at $86.50 and get-in price starts at $65. While a show at the Fillmore in Charlotte owns one of the most expensive averages of tour, it will see the cheapest available ticket at $59.

Ministry is touring in support of From Beer to Eternity, its 2013 release.

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Ministry Announce Complete 2015 North American Tour Dates

(12/4/14) Industrial icons Ministry have finally announced a full 2015 North American tour after the initial release of dates in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco.

The full tour will kick off on May 3rd at the Bomb Factory in Dallas and zig zags throughout the US as per the initial run highlighted by New York's Irving Plaza and hometown Chicago's House Of Blues. The newly announced dates follow a jumpy schedule including Anaheim followed by Philadelphia then Atlanta, Columbus for the Rock on the Range Festival, Massachusetts and Charlotte.

Next up is a mid-west swing through Tempe, OKC, and Colorado before finishing the tour with 4 dates in Canada.

As previously noted, the newest incarnation of Ministry includes frontman Al Jourgensen, Tony Campos, Aaron Rossi, Sin Quirin, ex-Fear Factory member John Bechdel and former Madonna guitarist Monte Pittman.


2015 Ministry Tour Dates

05/03 — Dallas, Texas — Bomb Factory

05/05 — Silver Spring, Md. -– The Filmore

05/06 — New York City, N.Y. -– Irving Plaza

05/08 — Chicago, Ill. -– House Of Blues

05/10 — San Francisco, Calif. -– Regency Center

05/11 — Anaheim, Calif. -– City National Grove

05/13 — Philadelphia, Pa. -– TBA

05/15 — Atlanta, Ga. -– The Masquerade

05/16 — Columbus, Ohio -– Rock On The Range

05/18 — Worcester, Mass. -– The Palladium

05/19 — Charlotte, N.C. -– The Filmore

05/20 — Tempe, Ariz. -– The Marquee

05/22 — Oklahoma City, Okla. -– Fest

05/23 — Englewood, Colo. -– Gothic Theatre

06/12 — Vancouver, British Columbia -– Vogue Theatre

06/14 — Calgary, Alberta -– Flames Central

06/15 — Edmonton, Alberta -– Encore

06/17 — Toronto, Ontario -– Phoenix Concert Theatre