(UPDATE 6/11/15) King of Bachata music Romeo Santos is midway through his 2015 summer tour. The acclaimed Bronx-born singer will play 14 more shows through mid-July, and he’s continuing to draw big ticket prices on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Romeo Santos tickets is $194.26.
Santos will play his most expensive remaining show at Allstate Arena in Chicago on June 12. The Windy City gig currently owns a secondary ticket average of $251.55 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $115. A July 11 show at Barclays Center in his native New York will be his second most expensive show, with tickets averaging at $251.55 and get-in price starting at $115 on the secondary market.
Fans will still be paying big prices for his cheapest shows, which come on June 14 at Denver’s Pepsi Center and June 19 at Amalie Arena in Tampa. The Mile High show this Sunday currently owns a secondary ticket average of $95.57 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $54.
Average price skyrockets for his second least expensive gig just five days later in Tampa. Santos’ Amalie Arena show now has a secondary ticket average of $160.40, marking a 67.8% jump between cheapest shows. Get-in price for the Tampa performance is $49.
Santos remains on the road through July 12, wrapping with back-to-back performances at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Romeo Santos Bringing Big Ticket Demand to Secondary Market for Current North American Tour
(UPDATE 5/28/15) Universally known as the King of Bachata, American singer-songwriter Romeo Santos recently embarked on his summer tour run through North America. Santos has 22 shows remaining through mid-July, ending with a trio of shows in his native New York at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The singer’s two-month run is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated of 2015, too, as Romeo Santos tickets currently average at $188.77 on the secondary market.
While he will undoubtedly fill the seats during his three-night stay in Brooklyn this summer, Santos will play his most expensive show at Chicago’s Allstate Arena on June 27. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $237.28, 25.7% above tour average, and get-in price starts at $69. Three other shows see tickets average above $230 on the secondary market; June 10 at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre ($237.15), May 28 at Comerica Theatre ($235.36) and July 11 at Barclays Center ($230.66).
Conversely, the “Eres mia” singer will play his cheapest gig on May 31 at Laredo Energy Arena in Texas. Tickets to that show currently average at $65.67, 65.2% below tour average, and the cheapest ticket available is priced for $23. No other remaining show will see tickets average below $100 on the secondary market. A June 14 stop at Denver’s Pepsi Center is the second least expensive show at an average price of $128.62 and $46 get-in.
Two Weeks Out From Tour, Romeo Santos Tickets Near $200 Average On Secondary Market
(5/6/15) Latin superstar Romeo Santos is embarking on a North American tour in two weeks, and is proving to be one of 2015's biggest draws on the secondary market.
Playing a number of prime-time venues such as the Barclays Center , Pepsi Center and Honda Center, Santos is commanding a near $200 average asking price on the resale market, at $193.90 to be exact.
Thus far, only one performance carries an average asking price below $100, May 31st at the Laredo Energy Arena. This date averages $94.19 with a get-in of $51. Conversely, the tour's conclusion July 12th at Brooklyn's Barclays Center is the most expensive date of the tour, averaging $279.27.