(UPDATE 6/10/15) Just four dates remain on Barry Manilow’s “One Last Time” Tour, which has been on the road since February. The Brooklyn native will have a fitting end to his momentous run, playing the Barclays Center next Thursday. Before the hometown show, however, he’ll hit Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Prudential Center in New Jersey and TD Garden in Boston over the next week.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Barry Manilow tickets is $122.22 on the secondary market. The singer will play his most expensive show at Prudential Center in Newark on June 14, where tickets own a secondary average of $234.36 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $22. His stop in Philadelphia one day prior is the second most expensive gig. Barry Manilow tickets for his Wells Fargo Show currently average at $160.96 and get-in price starts at $32 on the secondary market.
Conversely, the least expensive show comes on June 16 at Boston’s TD Garden. That show has a secondary ticket average of $109.62 and get-in price is $27. Manilow’s stop at Barclays Center serves as the second cheapest, with an average secondary ticket price of $111.68 and $16 get-in price.
Barry Manilow Embarks on Final Leg of 'One Last Time Tour', Tickets Averaging at $141 on Resale Market
(UPDATE 5/27/15) Barry Manilow has hit the road for one last time, and the iconic singer is bringing big ticket prices to the secondary market. Manilow kicked off his ‘One Last Time’ Tour last night at Rogers Arena in Vancouver and will make 10 more stops in North America through June 17, wrapping with a final performance in his native Brooklyn at Barclays Center. Over his three remaining weeks on the road, the average secondary price for Barry Manilow tickets is $140.56.
Manilow, who owns Grammy, Emmy and Tony Awards, will be supported by his 11-piece band on all upcoming tour dates. His most expensive gig will be held on June 14 at Prudential Center in New Jersey, where tickets own an average price of $220.68 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket available to the Garden State gig is currently $27. No other shows will see tickets average above $200.
Conversely, Manilow’s cheapest show comes on June 16 at Boston’s TD Garden. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $119.14 and get-in price is just $16. Interestingly enough, his hometown show at Barclays Center will be his second least expensive show, with tickets owning a median price of $124.37 and get-in price starting at $18.
Barry Manilow To Tour ‘One Last Time’
(11/20/14) One of the biggest adult contemporary stars in pop history, Barry Manilow, will hit the road ‘One Last Time’ next year for a North American farewell tour.
The Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award winner has limited his live appearances since concluding his residencies at the Las Vegas Hilton and Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino back in 2011, but will now visit 27 cities in the space of four months.
Accompanied by his 11-piece band, Manilow will first take to the stage at Omaha’s CenturyLink Center on February 11 – tickets for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $51 – before moving onto the likes of Milwaukee’s BMO Harris Bradley Center on Feb 24 ($48), Mashantucket’s The Grand Theater at Foxwoods on March 28 ($322) and Los Angeles’ Staples Center on April 14 ($201).
Manilow’s recent run of UK shows featured his trio of Billboard number ones (“Mandy,” “I Write The Songs,” “Looks Like We Made It”) as well as his Grammy-winning hit, “Copabacabana,” and Top 10 singles “Could It Be Magic,” “Can’t Smile Without You” and “I Made It Through The Rain.”
But audiences with tickets for the One Last Time Tour should also expect to hear material from his recent collections of Great American Songbook standards, Night Songs, and posthumous collaborations, My Dream Duets, both of which added to his tally of Top 10 albums earlier this year.
Feb. 11 - Omaha, NE - CenturyLink Center
Feb. 12 - Kansas City,MO - Sprint Center
Feb. 14 - Chicago, IL - United Center
Feb. 15 - Auburn Hills, MI - The Palace of Auburn Hills
Feb. 24 - Milwaukee, WI - BMO Harris Bradley Center
Feb. 26 - Cleveland, OH - Wolstein Center
Feb. 27 - Washington, D.C. - Verizon Center
Mar. 1 - Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
Mar. 26 - Pittsburgh, PA - CONSOL Energy Center
Mar. 28 - Mashantucket, CT - The Grand Theater at Foxwoods
Apr. 8 - Glendale, AZ - Gila River Arena
Apr. 10 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
Apr. 11 - San Diego, CA - Valley View Casino Center
Apr. 14 - Los Angeles, CA - STAPLES Center
Apr. 17 - Sacramento, CA - Sleep Train Arena
Apr. 18 - San Jose, CA - SAP Center at San Jose
Apr. 20 - West Valley City, UT - Maverik Center
May 26 - Vancouver, B.C. - Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
May 27 - Seattle, WA - KeyArena at Seattle Center
May 28 - Portland, OR - Moda Center
June 4 - Duluth, GA - The Arena at Gwinnett Center
June 5 - Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center
June 6 - Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Arena
June 13 - Philadelphia, PA - The Wells Fargo Center
June 14 - Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
June 16 - Boston, MA - TD Garden
June 17 - Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center