With Tour Winding Down, The Jesus and Mary Chain Tickets Average Above $100 on Resale Market for Remaining Dates

(5/6/15) Scottish alt-rockers The Jesus and Mary Chain are neck deep in a current slew of tour dates. The band continues its North American engagement through May 17, when it wraps at The Warfield in San Francisco. Over six remaining dates, there exists a ticket demand on the secondary market as well, as tickets currently average at $105.70.

The group’s top-priced show will be held on May 14 at The Showbox in Seattle. The show owns a mean secondary average of $205 and the cheapest ticket available is priced at $168. The first of two stops at The Warfield on May 16 is the second most expensive show with an average secondary price of $110.54 $94 low price.

The Ogden Theatre in Denver will welcome the band’s least expensive show on May 11, where tickets average at $60.25. The cheapest ticket in Denver is currently listed for $46. A May 7 show at The Bomb Factory in Dallas is the second cheapest date. That show owns a ticket average of $63.21 and a $45 get-in price.

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The Jesus and Mary Chain Announce “Psychocandy” 30th Anniversary Tour

(1/29/15) Best known as being the perhaps the first rock group of the 1980s to flawlessly incorporate fuzz and feedback with “Wall Of Sound” pop sensibilities, The Jesus and Mary Chain will embark on a UK and North American 2015 tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their debut “Psychocandy”.

Will not achieving much chart success in the states, the band has clearly influenced the likes of Dinosaur Jr, The Pixies, and My Bloody Valentine and are considered the fore fathers of the shoegaze movement in the late 1980's and early-to-mid 1990's.

The band co-founded by William and Jim Reid also features Mark Crozer, now known in the wrestling world as the creator of Bray Wyatt's theme “Broken Out In Love”. The group's North American portion of the tour includes 9 cities from May 1st through 16th and the band will play the full “Psychocandy” album including “Just Like Honey”, “Never Understand” and “You Trip Me Up”. Select tracks from the band's catalog such as “Some Candy Talking” are also expected to be performed.

Looking at the limited secondary market currently available, the cheapest date comes May 11th at the Ogden Theater with a $90 average asking price. Chicago's Riviera Theatre is priciest at $183. Prices are expected to come down as more tickets hit the market following the official on-sale this Friday at 10am PST.

Full The Jesus and Mary Chain World Tour Dates are below:

02/16 – Liverpool, UK @ Liverpool Guild of Students

02/17 – Leeds, UK @ O2 Academy

02/18 – Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy

02/19 – Edinburgh, UK @ Corn Exchange

02/21 – Norwich, UK @ U.E.A.

02/22 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City

02/23 – Brighton, UK @ Brighton Dome

02/25 – Birmingham, UK @ The Institute

02/26 – Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy

02/27 – Cardiff, UK @ The Great Hall – Cardiff Uni

05/01 – Toronto, ON @ Canadian Music Week

05/03 – Detroit, MI @ St Andrew’s Hall

05/05 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera

05/07 – Dallas, TX @ The Bomb Factory

05/09 – Austin, TX @ Levitation / Austin Psych Fest

05/11 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

05/13 – Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre

05/14 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox

05/16 – San Francisco, CA @ Warfield

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