(UPDATE 7/22/15) San Francisco-based rock group Faith No More has announced a venue change for its upcoming Madison Square Garden showearly next month. The group was slated to play the World's Most FamousArena on August 5 but will now instead play the Theater at MSG. It is a notable change considering the difference in venue size. Madison Square Garden holds 18,200 while its adjacent Theater has a max capacity of 5,600 - marking a 12,600-person disparity between the two venues.
Faith No More Tickets For Sold Out NY and Philly Shows Average $94 On Secondary Market
(UPDATE 5/13/15) Prior to the announcement of a Madison Square Garden date, Faith No More quickly sold out 2 dates at New York's Webster Hall and one at Philadelphia's Electric Factory. Now on the eve of those performances, ticket prices are dropping on the secondary market, but still average over double face price.
Wednesday at Webster Hall has seen the biggest dip in price over the past week, with prices dropping 39%. However that still brings tickets to an average cost of $107 with the cheapest get-in $79. Night 2 at Webster doesn't fare much better for fans. Despite prices falling 29% over the past week, both the average ticket cost and get-in price are higher than night 1 at $153 and $92 respectively.
It's looking like Friday night in Philadelphia is your best bet for reasonably priced tickets, as the cheapest Faith No More Philly tickets are going for $33 with over 400 available as of Tuesday night.
If New Yorkers aren’t willing to make the trip to Philadelphia, waiting until August 5th is the best option. Faith No More at Madison Square Garden tickets currently average $128, with cheapest seat in the house listed at $46.
Faith No More Tickets For Upcoming Webster Hall Shows Averaging Over $200 On Secondary Market
(UPDATE 5/4/15) San Francisco-based rock outfit Faith No More is coming to Webster Hall in New York City for two shows next Wednesday and Thursday, and the band is seeing a significant demand for tickets on the secondary market. Primary tickets for all shows on the quintet’s current North American tour sold out prior to its start, causing prices to inflate on resale market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Faith No More tickets over the band’s two-show stint at Webster Hall is $228.16.
On May 13, Faith No More tickets average at $230.65 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $139 on the secondary market. The band’s second and final show at the NYC venue owns a secondary average of $225.84 and $143 get-in price. The tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through August 7, when it wraps at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto.
Faith No More Tickets on Current Tour Averaging Over $100 On Secondary Market
(UPDATE 4/17/15) Faith No More began its highly anticipated North American tour on Wednesday, and each of the band’s remaining 12 dates through mid-May has sold out on the primary market. Such an overwhelming ticket demand has prompted prices to catapult on the secondary market, where Faith No More tickets currently average at $102.43.
The band will play its most expensive show on May 13 at Webster Hall in New York City. That show currently owns a secondary average of $205.49 and get-in price starts at $153. The band’s second stop at Webster Hall the following day sees tickets average at $200.37 and the cheapest available ticket is $137.
On the other side of the financial spectrum, Faith No More will play its cheapest dates at The Wiltern in Los Angeles. Both dates on April 23 and 24 have seen tickets plummet in recent days, and the April 23 show currently owns a secondary average of $45. The band’s second stop the following day sees tickets average at $67.15. Get-in price starts at $8 and $9, respectively.
Faith No More 2015 Tour Tickets Completely Sold Out On Primary Market
(UPDATE 2/10) The band has announced the entire length of their North American tour has sold out on the primary market. The average tour price on the secondary market is $143.10. The cheapest show is April 23rd at The Wiltern with an average asking price of $109.51 while the most expensive is May 14th at Webster Hall with an average ticket price of $281.65.
Faith No More Launch First North American Tour In Five Years
Currently putting the finishing touches to their long-awaited comeback album, San Francisco hard rockers Faith No More have also now confirmed they will tour North America for the first time in five years.
Mike Patton and co., who will drop their as-yet-untitled follow-up to 1997’s Album of the Year in May through Reclamation Recordings, will kick off their latest run with an April 15 gig at Vancouver’s PNE Forum.
The band will then take in the likes of Seattle’s Paramount Theater (Apr 16), Chicago’s Concord Music Hall (May 7) and Detroit’s The Fillmore (May 8), as well as two-night stints at their hometown’s Warfield (Apr 19/20), Los Angeles’ The Wiltern (Apr 23/24) and New York’s Webster Hall (May 13/14) before concluding at Philadelphia’s Electric Factory on May 15.
The reunited quintet will first begin their 2015 live schedule with a brace of shows in Tokyo and three sets at Australia’s Soundwave Festival next month, and will also head to Europe later in the summer for appearances at the likes of the UK’s Download, Italy’s Sonisphere and Germany’s Rockavaria.
Fans should of course expect to hear plenty of new material including last year’s Record Store Day release, “Motherf*****,” and new single, “Superhero,” alongside the best of their previous six studio efforts including US Hot 100 hits “Epic” and “Falling To Pieces,” the Grammy-nominated “The Real Thing” and their famous cover version of The Commodores’ Motown classic, “Easy.”
Faith No More tickets are expected to go on sale later this week so be sure to keep checking back on TicketIQ for the latest information on one of 2015’s most eagerly-anticipated rock tours.
Faith No More 2015 Tour Dates:
02/17 – Tokyo, JP @ Studio Coast
02/18 – Tokyo, JP @ Studio Coast
02/21 – Adelaide, AU @ Soundwave Festival
02/22 – Melbourne, AU @ Soundwave Festival
02/28 – Sydney, AU @ Soundwave Festival
04/15 – Vancouver, BC @ PNE Forum
04/16 – Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theater
04/17 – Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium
04/19 – San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
04/20 – San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
04/23 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
04/24 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
04/25 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
05/07 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
05/08 – Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore
05/09 – Toronto, ON @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
05/11 – Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
05/13 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
05/14 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
05/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
05/29 – Nurburgring, DE @ Grune Holle Festival
05/31 – Munich, DE @ Rockavaria Festival
06/02 – Milan, IT @ Sonisphere Festival
06/04 – Vienna, AT @ Vienna Rocks Festival
06/05 – Hradec Kralove, CZ @ Rock For People Festival
06/13 – Donnington, UK @ Download Festival
06/20 – Clisson, FR @ Hellfest
06/21 – Dessel, BE @ Graspop Festival
08/07-09 – Montreal, QC @ Heavy Montreal