Slew of Sold Out Shows Making Walk the Moon Tickets Average at $114 On Secondary Market

Walk the Moon is just getting started on its North American leg of tour, and the band is seeing big ticket demand for all upcoming dates. In fact, demand is so high that the quartet has sold out the majority of their shows through the end of April. For those looking for tickets, expect to pay up on the secondary market.


According to TicketIQ, the average secondary market price for Walk the Moon tickets is $113.87. The band will play its most expensive show on April 11 at the House of Blues in Boston. That show currently owns a secondary average of $149.99 and the get-in price starts at $54. The band’s second top-priced show will be held at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado on August 6. Tickets for that show average at $108.39 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $53.

Several of the band’s shows fall well below tour average, however. The cheapest Walk the Moon show will be held on April 15 at Terminal 5 in New York City, which averages at $53.93 and owns a $40 get-in price on the secondary market. 13 other shows will see average price drop under $100, including stops at the House of Blues in New Orleans, Lifestyles Communities Pavilion, House of Blues in Las Vegas and Cannery Ballroom.

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Following the conclusion of their North American run next month, the band will head to the U.K. for four dates in late May. They’ll return stateside from June to August, ultimately wrapping at the Marymoor Park Concerts in Seattle on August 10.

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