Marina and the Diamonds Continues Short U.S. Tour through Next Week, Tickets Exceeding $100 Average on Secondary Market

Indie pop artist Marina and the Diamonds is currently on the road for a short stint of shows in the U.S. The singer is slated to play 10 shows through next Friday, hitting notable venues like The Warfield in San Francisco, Cleveland’s House of Blues, the Fillmore in Detroit and New York’s Webster Hall. She is starting to gain traction on the secondary ticket market, too, with Marina and the Diamond tickets currently averaging at $101.88 on TicketIQ.

The 29-year-old will play her most expensive show on May 30 at House of Blues in Cleveland. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $218.75 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $109. Her second most expensive show will be her last at Webster Hall on June 5, where tickets own a median price of $90.50 and get-in price is $38.

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The short road stint officially kicked off on Tuesday at Stage AE in Pittsburgh. Marina and the Diamond is touring in support of Froot, her latest studio effort that was released in March.

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