Alkaline Trio Tickets At The Observatory Average $48

June 2, 2015

(UPDATE 6/2/15) Now just days away, ticket prices have fallen for Alkaline Trio's 4 night stay at The Observatory. Currently, night 2 is the cheapest with a $26 average asking price and $17get-in. Night 1 is by far the priciest, averaging $73 with a get-in of $69.

Nights 3 & 4 round out the set at $54 and $46 average price respectively. Browse tickets for all dates below.

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Alkaline Trio Tickets At The Observatory Average $51 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/27/15) With Alkaline Trio's 4 night stay at The Observatory starting next week, a reasonably priced secondary market has formed, with the average asking price coming in at $51.76.

Of the four shows, Friday June 5th is the cheapest of the bunch at $38. Opening Night on the 4th is the priciest at $55.70. Night 3 features the cheapest ticket available at $11.


Alkaline Trio Seeing Secondary Market Ticket Demand for Spring Discography Tour

(4/29/15) Fresh off a short touring stint with Blink-182, Matt Skiba has returned to his main project in Alkaline Trio for a six-week road affair across the U.S. Titled the “Past Live” Tour, the band is performing all eight of its studio records over four consecutive nights at each venue on tour. Such a special occasion has given rise to a strong demand for tickets on the secondary market, and Alkaline Trio tickets for remaining dates currently average at $52.16 on TicketIQ.

The band is currently immersed in its exhaustive catalogue at the Triple Rock in Minneapolis, where the trio plays two more shows through Thursday. According to TicketIQ, the most expensive remaining tour date will be on May 16 at Brighton Music Hall in Massachusetts. That show owns a secondary average of $70.75 and get-in price starts at $44. Three shows at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California (June 4, 6-7) also see ticket average above $70.

Conversely, Alkaline Trio’s cheapest dates will be at the Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia between May 7 and 10. The band plays it least expensive show on May 8, with tickets averaging at just $24 and get-in price starting at $12. Of the three remaining shows at the TLA, none average above $41.

The Past Live Tour runs through the U.S. until June 7, when it wraps in Southern California.