(UPDATE 7/15/15) After ringing in June with a slew a radio guest spot performances, pop singing quintet Fifth Harmony will officially hit the road for its “Reflections” Tour beginning tonight in Louisville, Kentucky. The band has 30 shows scheduled along its summer run that continues through mid-September. Over that period, the average secondary price for Fifth Harmony tickets is $144.67 on the secondary market.
Rabobank Theater in Bakersfield, California will play host to the group’s most expensive gig on August 12. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $239.58 and the get-in price is $69. An August 27 stop at New York City’s Beacon Theatre will be the only other show that has a ticket average above $200 at $233.60. The cheapest ticket for that show is now $96.
Conversely, Fifth Harmony’s cheapest show comes on July 18 at PNC Pavilion at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati. Fifth Harmony Cincinnati tickets own a secondary average of $55.29 and the get-in price is $35. Other least expensive stops include July 23 at Peabody Opera House ($78.34 avg./$29 get-in) and July 21 at Ryman Auditorium ($89.18 avg./$56 get-in).
The “Reflections” Tour continues in the U.S. through September 16, when it wraps at Puyallup Fairgrounds in Washington State.
Fifth Harmony To Open The 2015 "Reflection" Tour This Friday
(UPDATE 5/4/15) Fifth Harmony begins its “Reflection” Tour this Friday at the Channel 933 Summer Kickoff in California. The band will tour across North America through mid-September, playing 36 dates along the way. A demand exists for tickets on the secondary market, too, as Fifth Harmony tickets on TicketIQ currently average at $118.32 over the band’s four-month road stint.
The most expensive date of the “Reflection” Tour will be on August 27 at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. That show currently owns a secondary average of $204.21 and get-in price starts at $57. No other shows along the run will see an average above $200 on the secondary market.
The cheapest date comes on July 21 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, where secondary tickets average at $88.95 and get-in price is $55. Along with radio show commitments at the B96 Summer Smash on June 20 ($67.93) and the Del Mar Fair on June 23 ($84.49), no other shows will average below $100.
(UPDATE 4/28/15) X Factor USA product Fifth Harmony is hitting the road for a full-fledged tour this summer. Following the massively successful “Reflection Tour”, the quintet has announced the subsequent “Reflection: Summer Tour”, which will play across the U.S. from July to September.
The tour will officially kick off on July 15 at the Palace Theatre in Louisville and conclude on September 15 at the Washington State Fair in Seattle. The summer stint begins after a short radio show tour circuit this spring, which makes seven stops across the country between May 8 and June 28. 29 dates are scheduled over the three-month summer run.
The “Worth It” singers will also be bringing along a strong supporting cast. Natalie La Rose and Bea Miller will play on all dates while Debbie Ryan + The Never Ending and Common Kings join on select dates.
Pre-sale began today, April 28 at 10am for all Citi cardmembers via Citi’s Private Pass Program. General on sale for the public begins May 1 and special VIP packages will be made available through Fifth Harmony’s official website. Secondary market tickets are already available on TicketIQ.com
Check out the complete tour itinerary below, including all dates on the band’s spring radio show tour. All supporting guests are denoted appropriately.
Fifth Harmony Reflection: Summer Tour Dates
Spring Radio Shows
|Fri, May 8||San Diego, CA||KHTS Radio Show|
|Sat, May 9||Los Angeles, CA||KIIS Wango Tango|
|Fri, May 15||Minneapolis, MN||KDWB Radio Show|
|Sat, May 16||Boston, MA||KIIS Radio Show|
|Sun, June 14||Los Angeles, CA||LA Pride|
|Tue, June 23||Del Mar, CA||Del Mar Fair|
|Sun, June 28||Hershey, PA||Mixtape Festival|
Reflection: Summer Tour
|Wed, July 15||Louisville, KY||Palace Theatre*|
|Fri, July 17||Cleveland, OH||Lakewood Civic Auditorium*|
|Sat, July 18||Cincinnati, OH||PNC Pavilion*|
|Mon, July 20||Atlanta, GA||Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center*|
|Tue, July 21||Nashville, TN||Ryman Auditorium*|
|Thu, July 23||St. Louis, MO||Peabody Opera House*|
|Fri, July 24||Fayetteville, AR||Walmart AMP*|
|Sun, July 26||Birmingham, AL||BJCC Concert Hall*|
|Tue, July 28||Jacksonville, FL||Florida Theater*|
|Wed, July 29||Miami, FL||The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater*|
|Thu, July 30||Tampa, FL||Ruth Eckerd Hall*|
|Fri, July 31||Orlando, FL||Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts*|
|Sun, Aug. 2||San Antonio, TX||Tobin Center*|
|Mon, Aug. 3||Houston, TX||Bayou Music Center*|
|Wed, Aug. 5||Dallas, TX||Verizon Theatre*|
|Fri, Aug. 7||Phoenix, AZ||Comerica Theatre*|
|Sun, Aug. 9||San Jose, CA||Event Center at San Jose State University*|
|Tue, Aug. 11||Santa Rosa, CA||Wells Fargo Center for the Arts*|
|Wed, Aug. 12||Bakersfield, CA||Rabobank Theater*|
|Thu, Aug. 13||Las Vegas, NV||The Pearl*|
|Tue, Aug. 18||Denver, CO||Paramount Theatre**|
|Thu, Aug. 20||Kansas City, MO||Uptown Theatre**|
|Fri, Aug. 21||Milwaukee, WI||Riverside Theatre**|
|Sun, Aug. 23||Buffalo, NY||Shea's Performing Arts Center**|
|Mon, Aug. 24||Albany, NY||Palace Theatre**|
|Wed, Aug. 26||Washington, DC||Warner Theatre**|
|Thu, Aug. 27||New York, NY||Beacon Theatre**|
|Wed, Sept. 9||Maryland, MD||Maryland State Fair|
|Tue, Sept. 15||Seattle, WA||Washington State Fair|
* - featuring Debby Ryan + The Never Ending, Natalie La Rose and Bea Miller
** - featuring Common Kings, Natalie La Rose and Bea Miller
(1/9/15) All girl pop group Fifth Harmony are going on their first ever headlining tour this year in February. Formed during the second season of “The X-Factor” the fivesome will be on their “Reflection” tour in support of their debut full length Reflection due out on February 3rd. The album is garnering buzz in part due to the success of their single “Sledgehammer”.
The tour starts on February 27th in San Francisco, California at the Regency Ballroom. The next day the band heads to San Diego for a show at the House of Blues. That show has the cheapest average ticket price of the tour with a price of $60, much less than the tour average of $148.37. On March 1st Fifth Harmony will be at Club Nokia in Los Angeles before heading to Texas with a show in Dallas on the 4th at the South Side Music Hall. On the 14th Fifth Harmony will be in Chicago, Illinois at the Vic Theatre. On March 22nd Fifth Harmony will play the Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. This show is the most expensive of the tour with an average ticket price of $283.27. On the 23rd the tour heads to New York City at the Best Buy Theatre though if fans in the area can’t make that show there is a show on the 20th in Red Bank, New Jersey and a show on the 21st in Clifton Park, NY. Fifth Harmony’s “Reflection” tour comes to an end on March 27th at the Keswick Theater in Glenside, Pennsylvania. A complete list of tour dates can be see below:
2/27/15 – San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
2/28/15 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
3/1/15 – Los Angeles, CA @ Club Nokia
3/4/15 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Music Hall
3/5/15 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
3/8/15 – Tampa, FL @ Busch Gardens
3/9/15 – Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre
3/10/15 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos Southend
3/11/15 – Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
3/12/15 – Richmond, VA @ The National
3/14/15 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
3/16/15 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
3/17/15 – Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
3/18/15 – Youngstown, OH @ Stambaugh Auditorium
3/20/15 – Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Theatre
3/21/15 – Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
3/22/15 – Mashantucket, CT @ Grand Theatre at Foxwoods
3/23/15 – New York, NY @ Best Buy Theater
3/24/15 – Boston, MA @ The Wilbur Theatre
3/26/15 – Bethlehem, PA @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center – Matinee
3/27/15 – Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theater