Star-Studded Lineup Making 2015 Wango Tango Tickets See Big Demand on Resale Markets

(UPDATE 5/4/15) Wango Tango will make its annual stop at the StubHub Center in Los Angeles this Saturday. The day-long concert will host an array of A-list performers, including Meghan Trainor, Calvin Harris, Ne-Yo, Fifth Harmony, David Guetta, Nick Jonas and Kanye West. The concert’s 18th annual installment is posting big ticket demand on the secondary market as well, and Wango Tango tickets currently own a secondary average of $160.52.

Among the star-studded cast of performers is also Sia, Tori Kelly, Jason Derulo and Natalie La Rose. This year’s concert also marks Justin Bieber’s return to the stage after a year-long absence amidst legal troubles. The cheapest available ticket is listed for $87.

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Justin Bieber, Kanye West to Perform at 2015 Wango Tango in L.A.

(4/14/15) This year’s Wango Tango marks the return of beleaguered pop star Justin Bieber. Fresh off his Comedy Central Roast last month, the 21-year-old pop star is slated to perform at the 2015 Wango Tango concert alongside Kanye West, multiple sources are reporting.

Though still more than a month away, ticket prices are up over 2014’s concert. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for 2015 Wango Tango tickets is $158.65 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $58. Calvin Harris, Nick Jonas, David Guetta, Sia, Tove Lo, Meghan Trainor and Jason Derulo are among the dozens of performers set to take the stage at the StubHub Center next month. (UPDATE 4/14) KIIS FM has announced that girl group Fifth Harmony have been added as another featured performer.

Bieber’s appearance at the StubHub Center on May 9 comes on the heels of his cameo at an Ariana Grande show at Miami’s American Airlines Center last week. The singer performed Grande’s smash hit “Love Me Harder” as a guest on her Honeymoon Tour, which continues through North America until the end of the month.

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