moe. Begins Brief 2015 Summer Tour in Chicago this Week

June 30, 2015

(UPDATE 6/30/15) American jam band moe. is just two days out from beginning its short tour across the U.S. Six shows are scheduled through mid-August, and tickets for each are slowly starting to find their way onto the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for moe. tickets is $79.50.

The quintet will kick things off at Chicago’s House of Blues on Thursday and is slated to play three shows there through Saturday. Over the three-show stint in the Windy City, moe. tickets own a secondary average of $86.21. The band’s final show there on July 4 will be the most expensive at an average of $99.43 and get-in price of $56. Conversely, the cheapest Chicago show comes on Thursday, with tickets averaging at $47 and get-in price starting at $38.

Following their stay in Chicago, they’ll take a month-long sabbatical before heading northeast to Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom in New Hampshire on August 6. That show currently serves as the cheapest of tour at an average ticket price of $40. An August 8 show at Burlington Park in Vermont will be the penultimate gig before the tour wraps at Asbury Park’s Stone Pony on August 9. Tickets for the New Jersey show currently average at $72.06 and get-in price is $48.

moe. will be out on the road supporting No Guts, No Glory, its most recent studio release and eleventh LP. The album was released in May of 2014.

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moe. Tickets Averaging $79 on Secondary Market for 2015 Summer Tour

moe.rons will be out in full force this summer as the band embarks on a short run of U.S. shows in July and August. moe. is slated to play six shows over the month-long skid, and the average price for moe. tickets along the summer run is $78.89 on the resale market.

The band will play its most expensive show on July 4 at Chicago’s House of Blues, the third and final show being held at the Windy City venue this summer. According to TicketIQ, the July 4 gig currently has a secondary ticket average of $93.01 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $55. One night prior, the band plays its second most expensive show at Chicago’s House of Blues, with tickets averaging at $77.71 and get-in price starting at $51.

Fans hoping to attend an upcoming moe. show in Chicago will find the cheapest tickets on July 2. Tickets to the show own a median price of $70.49 and the cheapest ticket available is $42. That will serve as the cheapest show along the tour.

moe.’s U.S. run continues through August 9, ultimately wrapping at Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey.