American rock mainstays Counting Crows are currently wrapping up a spring leg of tour dates, which concludes next Sunday at National Arts Centre in Ottawa. The group will embark on a summer tour in July and will travel across North America through October. Tickets continue to trickle onto the secondary market as well, making the band a demandable product to see live during the summer months.
The average secondary price for Counting Crows tickets on TicketIQ is $137.91. The most expensive tour date will be on October 8 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Texas. That show owns an average price of $215.18 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $69. No other dates along the three-month run will see tickets average above $200 on the secondary market.
The band’s cheapest date will also be its final show on October 11 at the Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre, where tickets average at $66.82 and get-in price starts at $59. Two other shows average below $100; September 13 at Cabooze ($87.50) and September 27 at Cuthbert Amphitheatre ($90).
The tour will make 39 stops in the U.S. and Canada on the summer leg. Notable city stops include Nashville, Charlotte, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, New York, Chicago, Las Vegas and Houston.