Mexican pop rock outfit Maná will kick off its North American tour tonight at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. The band hits the road in promotion of Cama Incendiada, its latest studio effort. 14 dates are scheduled through mid-July and ticket prices are reaching considerable highs on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Maná tickets is $238.49.
The band’s top-priced gig comes on June 20 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $358.44 and get-in price, or the cheapest available ticket, is currently set at $157. No other shows will average above $300 on the secondary market, though several will exceed the $200 threshold. A June 23 stop at Allstate Arena in Chicago is the second top-priced gig, with a ticket price average of $297.40 and $50 get-in price. Maná will also play Staples Center on June 18, where tickets average at $290.84 and get-in price is $31.
Conversely, Maná’s cheapest stop will be at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California on June 20. That show has a secondary ticket average of $146.61, though the cheapest ticket is priced at $109. The two other cheapest dates come on June 16 at Save Mart Center in Fresno, California ($149.23) and Phillips Arena in Atlanta on June 27 ($156.61).