Tickets to The Pixies’ Upcoming Shows in New York Dropping Steadily on Secondary Market

May 27, 2015

(UPDATE 5/27/15) Influential Boston rockers The Pixies are in New York for a trio of shows at Beacon and Kings Theatre this week. The quartet played its first of two shows at Beacon Theatre in Manhattan last night and will follow up with a second show there tonight. Thursday will see the band play  Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, its third and final stop in New York. Fans hoping to grab last minute Pixies tickets are in luck, too, as prices for the band’s Big Apple gigs continue to fall on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ, the average price for Pixies tickets to their upcoming pair of shows in New York is just $45. Last week, the median ticket price was $74.92, marking 40% drop in average ticket price. Tonight’s show at Beacon Theatre is currently averaging at $40 and get-in price starts at $10. Tomorrow night’s gig at Kings Theatre, which also features a supporting set from John Grant, averages a $50.07 ticket and the cheapest is priced for $19.

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The Pixies Head to New York Next Week, Tickets to Beacon and Kings Theatre Shows Own $75 Average on Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Pivotal Boston rock outfit The Pixies are currently out on the road for a spring run of shows and will play 10 more shows through the middle of June. The band travels to New York for a trio of shows next week, making two stops at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday before playing Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre on Thursday.

According to TicketIQ, the average price for Pixies tickets to the group’s three upcoming shows in New York is $74.92 on the secondary market. The band’s first show at Beacon Theatre next Tuesday currently owns a secondary ticket average of $86.60 and get-in price starts at $30. The following night will be the cheaper of the pair at Beacon Theatre, with tickets now seeing a median price of $76.82. The low price for next Wednesday’s gig is now $27.

The quartet will then head east into the borough of Brooklyn for a show at Kings Theatre next Thursday. Also featuring a guest performance by John Grant, the average secondary price for Pixies Kings Theatre tickets is $61.46 and get-in price is $18.


With Tour Underway, Pixies Tickets Average $90 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/6/15) One of the most influential acts of the late 80's and early 90's, the Pixies have consistently been a hot draw on the secondary market. For their 2015 Spring Tour, re-sellers are asking an average of $90.77 per ticket.

As of May 5th, the cheapest date of the tour comes May 11th at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center with an average ticket price of $48 and get-in cost of $20. Conversely, May 26th at the Beacon Theatre in New York City is by far the most expensive date of the tour, averaging $141.34 per ticket and the only date to cost more than $105.

If there's any consolation to the New York audience, ticket prices for each of next week's shows have fallen by an average 30% over the past 7 days. If the trend continues, patient fans should be able to see the alt-rock icons at the Beacon for under $100.


The Pixies Release 2015 Tour Dates

(UPDATE 3/23) The Pixies have added more dates to their upcoming North American tour this summer. The iconic band has announced a second Beacon Theatre show in New York City scheduled for May 26, just one day prior to their original sole stop there. John Grant will open the show newly added date. General public ticket on sale is set for Friday, March 27 at noon.

(2/24/15) After having previously been booked for east coast festivals including Amnesia Rockfest, Boston Calling, and Shaky Knees, the Pixies have announced a series of 2015 North American tour dates interlocking these festivals.

Sticking primarily on the east coast and central US, the tour kicks off May 5th at the Civic Theatre in New Orleans. The band stays south for a little under two weeks with shows in Alabama, Florida, the Carolinas, Kentucky, and Virginia before a Central and East Coast swing highlighted by a hometown show at the Boston Calling festival and back to back nights at New York's Beacon Theatre and Brooklyn's Kings Theatre. The West Coast is noticeably absent, but with 3 weeks between the band's headlining finale and their slot at Rockfest, the possibility of a west coast swing shouldn't be ruled out.

Tickets for al dates go on sale Friday, February 27th. Limited secondary market tickets are already available.