Catch 22 Finding Secondary Market Ticket Demand as Summer Tour Winds Down

(UPDATE 7/16/15) Four dates remain on ska-rock outfit Catch 22’s summer run through North America. The band will end things in the Northeast, tooting its horns in New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Asbury Park through Sunday night. Tickets have trickled onto the secondary market, too, and Catch 22 tickets are currently averaging at $69.68 on TicketIQ.

Catch 22’s most expensive remaining show comes will be its last on Sunday at The Stone Pony in New Jersey. Catch 22 Asbury Park tickets own a secondary average of $73.50 and the cheapest ticket available is listed for $49. On Friday the band is slated to play Boston’s Brighton Music Hall, where tickets average at $63 and the get-in price is $63.

While the band hasn’t released an album since 2006’s Permanent Revoluton it continues to tour and garner big demand for its live show. The sextet has largely been inactive since 2012 but returned to the road for a stretch of dates this summer.

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