Breaking Benjamin Tickets Averaging $81 on Secondary Market over Remaining Summer Dates

(UPDATE 7/22/15) Rock quintet and Wilkes-Barre, PA natives Breaking Benjamin kicked off their 2015 North American Tour earlier this month. 21 more dates are scheduled through September 29, when it wraps at Bluestem Center for the Arts Amphitheatre in Minnesota. Several upcoming shows are seeing tickets trickle onto the secondary market, too, and those perusing the resale market will find that Breaking Benjamin tickets average $81.10 over the band’s remaining two months on the road.

The top-priced Breaking Benjamin show remaining comes on September 18 at Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain in the band’s native Wilkes-Barre. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $107.15 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $45. It will be the only remaining show that has a ticket average above $100 on the resale market.

Other top-priced shows include September 26 at Aragon Ballroom ($88.13 avg./$63 get-in), September 19 at Best Buy Theatre ($87.56 avg./$62 get-in) and September 24 at Kellogg Arena ($85.93 avg./$54 get-in). That show will also feature a co-headlining performance from Godsmack.

Many tickets still remain for the band’s show at BMO Harris Bank Center tonight in Rockford, Illinois. Last minute Breaking Benjamin Illinois tickets average at $49 and get-in price is $45. Sunday’s stop at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion is the second cheapest show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $60.83 and get-in price starting at $32.

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