(UPDATE 6/22/15) Brian Wilson’s “No Pier Pressure” Tour is now underway, and the Beach Boy is still garnering a big ticket demand on the secondary market. With 21 shows remaining through the end of July, the average secondary price for Brian Wilson tickets is now $140.92.
The most expensive show Wilson will play comes on July 1 at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. According to TicketIQ, Holmdel Brian Wilson tickets average at $153.22 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is now $42 on the secondary market. He’ll play his cheapest gig on July 6 at Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, Illinois, where tickets average at $47 and get-in price is $21.
The “No Pier Pressure” Tour continues its North American summer run through July 25, ultimately wrapping at Heritage Hall Stage at Spirit Mountain Casino in Grand Ronde, Oregon.
Brian Wilson Begins ‘No Pier Pressure’ Tour Next Week
(UPDATE 6/10/15) Perhaps best known for his work in The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson is taking to the road next week when to begin his “No Pier Pressure” Tour at Mountain Winery in Saratoga, California on June 18. 20 dates are scheduled through mid-July, and the average price for Brian Wilson tickets is currently $146.64 on the secondary market.
Wilson will play his most expensive gig on June 19 at Humphreys Concerts By The Bay in San Diego. That show currently owns a secondary average of $194.06 and the get-in price starts at $141. His second top-priced show comes on July 1 at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, where tickets average at $194.06 and get-in price is $43 on the secondary market.
Five days after rocking New Jersey, Wilson makes his cheapest stop of tour at Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, Illinois. The Chicago-based show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $48 and the cheapest available ticket is $22. No other show along his month-long run will average below $100 on the secondary market.
The “No Pier Pressure” Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through July 25, when it wraps at Heritage Hall Stage in Mountain City, Tennessee.
Brian Wilson Announces Summer Tour Behind Forthcoming Album ‘No Pier Pressure’
(3/6/15) The Beach Boys’ very own Brian Wilson is hitting the road this summer in support of his upcoming release “No Pier Pressure”. Bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin will make appearances on the album, which hits stores on April 7.
The tour kicks off on June 18 at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga, California and makes its way across the U.S. and Canada through July 12 when it wraps at S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium in Seattle. 17 dates are scheduled over the month-long North American leg.
Jardine and Chaplin will accompany Wilson on his summer batch of dates. Notorious singer and songwriter Rodriguez, whose 2012 documentary “Searching for Sugar Man” garnered more than $9 million in box office sales, will open the bulk of the scheduled shows.
Wilson will hit a number of reputable venues across the continent, including the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Fox Theatre in Atlanta and Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. He’ll also play the Ravinia Festival in Chicago on July 6.
Below is the complete list of dates Brian Wilson will play this summer. Check back for future tour announcements and all Beach Boys news.
Brian Wilson 2015 Summer Tour Dates
6/18 - The Mountain Winery, Saratoga, Calif.
6/19 - Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay, San Diego
6/20 - The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles
6/23 - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
6/24 - Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, Dallas
6/26 - Fox Theatre, Atlanta
6/27 - Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater, Nashville
6/29 - The Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia
6/30 - Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, N.Y.
7/1 - PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, N.J.
7/2 - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Boston
7/4 - Sony Center, Toronto, Ont.
7/5 - Fox Theatre, Detroit
7/6 - Ravinia Festival, Chicago
7/8 - 1STBANK Center, Denver
7/10 - Chelsea Theater at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas
7/12 - Benaroya Hall - S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Seattle