Indian composer and multi-instrumentalist A.R. Rahman will embark on a short tour run in North America beginning next week. Known for his hybrid mix of Eastern classical and electronic music, Rahman has continued to garner a large following since he began his career in 1987. He’ll play 17 shows through the middle of June, and the average price for A.R. Rahman tickets is $184.88 on the secondary market.
Rahman’s most expensive tour date comes on June 3 when he plays the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie in Texas. That show owns a secondary average of $226.42 and get-in price starts at $125. Conversely, his cheapest show of tour will be held at Nokia Theatre Live in Los Angeles on June 10, where tickets average at $117.18 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $73.
A May 28 stop at New York City’s Beacon Theatre is also drawing considerable ticket demand. Nearly 400 tickets have trickled onto the secondary market for the Manhattan show, posting a $192.79 average and $92 get-in price. The tour officially wraps on June 15 at Marymoor Amphitheatre in Redmond, Washington.