(UPDATE 7/20/15) Dave Matthews Band is heading to the Great White North this week. The jam-band octet is scheduled to play Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on Tuesday before heading to Montreal to play Bell Centre on Wednesday. Over the two-show stay in Canada the average price for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $156.20 on the secondary market.
The band’s stop at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre tomorrow night currently owns a secondary ticket average of $160.16 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $64. Limited ticket inventory exists for its stop in Montreal, and the average price for that show is $103.85. Get-in price for that show starts at $55.
The band finishes out the week with back-to-back shows at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin on Saturday andSunday. Over the two show affair, the average secondary price for tickets is $323.08. Get-in price is cheaper for Saturday’s show at $54. Sunday’s gig has a $59 get-in.
DMB continues its North American tour through September 13, when it wraps at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix.
Midway Through 2015 Summer Tour, Dave Matthews Band Tickets Averaging $183 on Resale Market
(UPDATE 7/6/15) Dave Matthews Band is waist-deep in its 2015 Summer Tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through mid-September. 25 dates remain over the next two months, and the average price for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $183.11 on the secondary market.
Primarily hitting outdoor amphitheaters across the continent, the tour makes its most expensive remaining stop on September 8 at Blossom Music Center Cayuhoga Falls, Ohio. The average secondary price for Dave Matthews Band Ohio tickets is $340.75 and the get-in price is $63. Other top-priced shows include September 12 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater ($243.20 avg.),September 11 at Shoreline Amphitheater ($236.15 avg.) and September 4 at Gorge Amphitheater ($230.15 avg.).
PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte welcomes the cheapest date of tour on July 10. Dave Matthews Band Charlotte tickets own a secondary average of $131 and the get-in price is $53. The band plays its second cheapest show just five days later at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, where tickets average at $132.28 and get-in price starts at $45.
The band remains on the road in the U.S. and Canada through September 13, when the summer tour wraps at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix.
Previewing the Average Dave Matthews Band Setlist For 2015 Summer Tour
Continuing its summer tour this week is Dave Matthews Band, who will play U.S. dates through the middle of September. With 33 dates remaining over the next three months, the average price for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $173.94 on the secondary market. The tour travels across the country until September 13, when it wraps at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix.
The band’s most expensive remaining date comes on September 11 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in California. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $243.98 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $76. Eight other shows will also average above $200, including stops at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on September 12 ($238.81), Coral Sky Amphitheatre on July 31 ($228.22) and Bell Centre on July 22 ($209.62).
The Gorge Amphitheatre will host the band’s two cheapest gigs of tour on September 5 and 6. Tickets for the Washington State show on September 5 currently average at $89.13 and the get-in price starts at $67. The following day, DMB owns a secondary ticket average of $89.93 and a $52 get-in price.
If planning on attending an upcoming show this summer, below is the band’s average setlist it has played this far into tour, per setlist.fm:
Dave Matthews Band’s Average Setlist on 2015 Summer Tour
- Snow Outside
- The Song That Jane Likes
- So Damn Lucky
- Tripping Billies
- What Would You Say
- Two Step
- When the World Ends
- Belly Belly Nice
- Dancing Nancies
- Black and Blue Bird
- So Much to Say
- Anyone Seen the Bridge
- Don't Drink the Water
- You & Me
- Shake Me Like a Monkey
- Jimi Thing
- Grey Street
- Ants Marching
Dave Matthews Band’s Northeast Run This Week Averaging $237 Ticket on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 6/8/15) Stretching across the Northeast this week is Dave Matthews Band, who set to play shows in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts throughSaturday. The influential group will make stops at Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre, PNC Bank Arts Center, Xfinity Theatre and Xfinity Center this week. Over those four shows, the average price for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $161.13 on the secondary market.
The band’s top-priced show this week comes on Tuesday at Jones Beach Theatre. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $237.40 and the get-in price starts at $101. The band’s following show at PNC Bank Arts Center on Wednesday is the only other show to average above $200 at $208.55 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket for the New Jersey-based show is $61.
DMB plays its cheapest show of the week on Friday at Xfinity Theatre in Connecticut. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $124.73 and the get-in price starts at $42. On Saturday, the band heads to Massachusetts for a show at Xfinity Center, where tickets average at $143.74 and get-in price is $65.
The summer tour continues in North America through September. 37 more shows are scheduled over the next three months, wrapping with a performance at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix on September 13.
Memphis Cheapest, Saratoga Most Expensive Dave Matthews Band Tickets On Current Tour
(UPDATE 5/13/15) A mainstay of the summer, 2015 has been no different for Dave Matthews. His Dave Matthews Band is in the early stages of their annual spring/summer outing and to no surprise, tickets are commanding a large premium on the secondary market.
Currently, the resale market average for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $165.57. Of those dates, the cheapest performance comes Wednesday May 20th in Southaven, Mississippi. The Memphis suburb has an average ticket price of $88.25 with cheapest ticket of $42. Looking how far things can change by location, July 3rd at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in upstate New York is the tour's most expensive concert. Dave Matthews SPAC tickets currently carry an average asking price of $245.63 that includes lawn seating going for upwards of $57. Browse ticket options for all dates below.
Dave Matthews Band Tickets at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden Are Most Expensive of Tour
(UPDATE 4/30/15) Dave Matthews Band will be bringing its eclectic mix of rock, jazz and brass across North America this summer, and the septet’s most expensive show on the secondary market will be held at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey on June 27.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Dave Matthews Band Camden tickets is now $324.62, up 83% over the tour average of $177.34. For those searching for the cheapest possible tickets, the get-in price for Dave Matthews Band tickets at Susquehanna Bank Center is currently $53.
The tour officially kicks off on May 13 at the Austin360 Amphitheater in Texas. 47 dates are scheduled in North America through September 13, when the leg wraps at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix.
(UPDATE 4/6/15) Dave Matthews Band is just over a month away from kicking off its summer tour. The band will be playing a 45-date tour all over North America. The tour is scheduled to start on May 13 at the Austin360 Amphitheatre in Austin, Texas. It will run through September 13 with a show at Ak-Chin Pavillion in Phoenix, Arizona. Overall, the average price for Dave Matthews Band tickets is $228.95 on the secondary market across the tour.
A July 26 show at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in Elkhorn, Wisconsin currently serves as the most expensive night. The current average price is $684.45, 199% above the tour average. No other night has an average price above $600, but three nights will have an average surpassing $500. Those include the night before at Alpine Music Theatre on July 25, a stop at Nikon at Jones Beach on June 9 and the final show in Phoenix,
Four shows will have an average price below $100. The least expensive night will be at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre with an average price of $76.60. The other nights will be across DMB’s three-night stay at the Gorge Amphitheatre. A three-day pass at the Gorge currently has an average price of $145.11.
(UPDATE 2/3/15) Dave Matthews Band continues to add dates to their upcoming tour. On Tuesday, the group announced 24 more international shows in March, October and November. Prior to beginning the North American leg of tour in May, DMB will play two shows in Mexico City in March. October and November will bring the band to 21 European cities, ultimately wrapping at the 3 Arena in Dublin on November 13.
The band’s North American tour starts at the Austin360 Amphitheater on May 13 and ends on September 13 at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix. 39 shows are scheduled in the United States and Canada over the five-month stint.
Dave Matthews Band Announce 2015 North American Summer Tour
Currently working on their follow-up to 2012’s Away From The World, Dave Matthews Band have this week announced a lengthy North American trek in which they will perform two full sets each evening.
The jam band veterans will return to the acoustic/electric format they first introduced during last year’s run of shows for a summer tour which kicks off at the Austin 360 Amphitheater on May 13 and winds up at Phoenix’s Ak-Chin Pavilion on September 13.
Dave Matthews Band tickets for this latest series of shows will go on sale next month. But in the meantime fans can get their hands on tickets for frontman Matthews’ and lead guitarist Tim Reynolds’ gigs at Oakland’s Paramount Theatre on January 16/17 at a TicketIQ get-in price of $241 and $373 respectively.
The 14-time Grammy nominees, who will also play their first ever date in Mexico when they headline the Vive Latino Festival on March 15, are renowned for mixing up their set lists each night. Audiences should therefore expect the unexpected with recent shows featuring covers of everything from Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer” to John Denver’s “Take Me To Tomorrow,” alongside an array of hits, rarities and fan favorites from their 24-year back catalogue.