Lady Antebellum Tickets Averaging Over $100 on Secondary Market for Remaining ‘Wheels Up’ Dates

(UPDATE 6/10/15) Lady Antebellum’s “Wheels Up” Tour is in full force and storms across North America through mid-September. The country trio will make 49 more stops over the next four months and is seeing a big demand for tickets on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Lady Antebellum tickets is $111.53.

The band’s most expensive remaining date of tour will be held on June 27 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $229.74 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $83. No other dates along the summer and fall run will have an average ticket price above $200, though one show comes close. On September 3, Lady Antebellum hits Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Alabama, where tickets average at $185.30 and get-in price starts at $74.

Conversely, the cheapest show of tour will be at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook on August 16. Tickets to the show average at $62.70 and the cheapest ticket is $48. A June 25 gig at Toyota Amphitheatre in Sacramento will be the second cheapest show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $79.09 and get-in price starting at $35.

The “Wheels Up” Tour travels across the U.S. and Canada through September 19, when it concludes at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey.

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Lady Antebellum Tickets On “Wheels Up” Tour Averaging at $119 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 4/28/15) Superstar country outfit Lady Antebellum will kick off its Wheels Up Tour this weekend with a show at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas. The tour, which also includes supporting guests Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt, will wind around North America through September 19, when it wraps at the Susquehanna Bank Center in New Jersey.

Just days prior to hitting the road, the band is seeing a considerable demand for tickets on the secondary ticket market. The average secondary price for Lady Antebellum tickets on TicketIQ is $118.80. The group’s most expensive tour date will be on June 27 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, California, where tickets average at $225.17 and get-in price starts at $56. A July 16 stop at Austin360 Amphitheater is the second most expensive show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $183.65 and $42 low price.

On the other side of the financial spectrum, Lady Antebellum’s cheapest show will be held on May 15 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Missouri. That show sees a secondary ticket average of $47 and get-in price listed for $31. The second cheapest show will be on August 21 at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre in Kansas, with tickets averaging at $74.96 and the cheapest ticket listed at $34.


Lady Antebellum Launches 2015 Wheels Up Tour

(1/7/15) Fresh from scoring the sixth US Top 10 album of their career, Lady Antebellum have now revealed dates for a 2015 world tour dubbed ‘Wheels Up.’ Sam Hunt and Hunter Hayes will also be joining the group on their tour.

The seven-time Grammy winners, who reached No.2 on the Billboard 200 back in October with 747, will kick off their global trek in Oslo, Norway on February 28 before moving onto Stockholm, Glasgow, London and Dublin, as well as a handful of dates in Australia.

Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood will then return to their homeland for a North American leg which begins in Lubbock, Texas on May 1 and takes in a further 38 cities including Indianapolis, New York, Detroit, Los Angeles, Tulsa, Chicago and Philadelphia, with specific dates and venues expected to be confirmed within the next few weeks.

The Nashville outfit, who helped bring in 2015 with a performance at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest, will first take to the stage for two shows at the Casino Avalon Ballroom at Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, with Lady Antebellum tickets for their February 16 performance still up for grabs on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $127.

Fans with Lady Antebellum tickets should look forward to hearing all of the band’s biggest hits including debut single “Love Don’t Live Here,” the Grammy-winning “I Run To You” and US Top 10 entries “Just A Kiss” and “Need You Now,” while their 2014 Take Me Downtown Tour also featured various cover versions such as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop,” Avicii’s “Wake Me Up” and Anna Kendrick’s “Cups.”

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