New Jersey blues rock outfit Blues Traveler is packing up its harmonica vests and taking to the road this summer. The band is slated to play 22 dates through mid-October, and ticket prices are in considerable demand on the secondary market. The quintet will play its most expensive date in Connecticut and, interestingly enough, cheapest in its native New Jersey.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Blues Traveler tickets is $89.26 over the five-month run. The top-priced show comes on May 22 when the band hits Ridgefield Playhouse, where tickets average at $172 and get-in price is $122. Three other shows own a median price above $100; September 8 at Paradise Rock Club ($128), September 15 at Variety Playhouse ($112.50) and September 20 at Revolution Live ($107.57).
Conversely, Blues Traveler’s cheapest gig will be held at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Van Brunt, New Jersey on May 17. Tickets own a secondary average of $61.32 and get-in price is just $26.