Steve Miller Band Now On Tour Through October, Averaging a $132 Ticket on Resale Market
May 28, 2015
(UPDATE 5/28/15) Age is just a number for the members of Steve Miller Band, who have been a touring and recording force since the 1960s. The group is currently in the midst of a North American tour leg and is slated to play 31 more shows through the end of October. Many upcoming shows are drawing considerable demand for tickets on the secondary market, as Steve Miller Band tickets on TicketIQ average at $132.40.
The quintet will rock The Pool at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona on July 30, which serves as the most expensive date of tour. Tickets for the show own a secondary market average of $254.85 and the cheapest available is priced at $82. Six days later, they’ll play Town Toyota Center, where tickets average at $245.91 and get-in price is $106.
The cheapest gig along the six-month tour comes on July 10 at Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, Illinois. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $53.13 and $23 get-in price. Two other shows dip below the $100 average threshold; August 4 at McMenamins Historic Edgefield Amphitheater ($77.05) and June 7 at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater ($97.84).
Steve Miller Band Tickets Update At Start Of 2015 Tour
(2/19/15) The Steve Miller Band, who have been recording and releasing music since the 1960’s, will once again hit the road with rock band Journey. This pairing was one of the hottest tours in the summer of 2014 and will likely continue to be in 2015. The two rock bands will headline together for a few shows next month as Steve Miller Band’s 2015 tour will stretch all the way through the month of August.
Tickets for Steve Miller Band’s 2015 tour have an overall average price of $166.09 on the secondary market. The band’s opening show is Thursday night at Choctaw Casino in Durant, Oklahoma. Limited tickets are still available on TicketIQ at a secondary average price of $131.58, with the get in price at $89.
Most of the band's concerts shows have reasonable prices but the most expensive show of the tour is when the band performs at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center in Midland, Texas. Tickets for this event are going for a current secondary average price of $301.09, the only show on this tour with tickets at an asking average price of over $300.
The least expensive show will come on May 15 at BankPlus Amphitheatre. The current average price is $98.52 with a get-in price of $51.