(UPDATE 7/14/15) Kelly Clarkson recently began her “Piece By Piece” Tour through North America over the weekend, making stops in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts before heading to New Jersey for a show at PNC Bank Arts Center tonight. The former American Idol star now has 45 dates remaining through the middle of October, and ticket prices won’t be cheap for those shows on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Kelly Clarkson tickets over her remaining three-month run is $154. She’ll play her most expensive show on October 15 at Encana Events Centre in British Columbia. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $284.91 and the get-in price is $103. One other show owns a ticket average above $200 – August 16 at Viejas Arena, where tickets average at $203.48 and the get-in price is $37.
Winnipeg’s MTS Centre will play host to the “Break Free” singer’s cheapest show on August 2. Kelly Clarkson Winnipeg tickets currently average at $65.42 and the get-in price is $27. An August 2 stop at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre and October 10 at SaskTel Centre will also average below $100, with tickets averaging at $68.47 and $94.35, respectively.
Pentatonix and Eric Hutchinson will support Clarkson through her September 20 stop at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey. Following her run in the Garden State Nick Jonas and Tyler Shaw will pick up for the tour’s final nine stops. The “Piece By Piece” Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through October 17 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
NYC Most Expensive, Winnipeg Least Expensive Cities on Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Piece By Piece’ Tour
(UPDATE 7/7/15) Pop music will be alive and well on the road this summer. American Idol pioneer and singing sensation Kelly Clarkson will kick off her “Piece By Piece” Tour at Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania this Saturday and she’s bringing along Pentatonix and Eric Hutchinson for the ride. Ticket prices won’t be cheap on the secondary market, however, as Kelly Clarkson tickets currently average at $157.84 over her 47-date affair.
The “Stronger” singer’s most expensive show comes on July 17 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The average secondary price for Kelly Clarkson New York City tickets is currently $215.24 and the get-in price starts at $75. Three other shows average above $200 on the resale market – July 23 at Mohegan Sun Arena ($212.18), August 12 at Key Arena ($203.10) and July 12at Xfinity Center ($202.53).
An October 7 stop at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg will be Clarkson’s cheapest show. Also featuring performances from Nick Jonas and Tyler Shaw, Kelly Clarkson Winnipeg tickets own a secondary average of $63.44 and the get-in price is $27. Among other cheapest-priced dates are August 2 at Hollywood Casino ($81.50 avg./$30 get-in), July 11 at Hersheypark Stadium ($89.95 avg./$40 get-in) and October 10 at SaskTel Centre ($95.86 avg./$37 get-in).
The tour is slated to run in the U.S. and Canada through October 17 and wraps at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The final nine dates of her tour will see Pentatonix and Hutchinson concede their supporting spots for Nick Jonas and Tyler Shaw.
Kelly Clarkson Begins ‘Piece By Piece’ Tour with Pentatonix Next Week
(UPDATE 6/30/15) Kelly Clarkson is hitting the road with vocalist group Pentatonix next week. The “Piece By Piece” Tour will make 38 stops across North America through the end of September. The joint tour is garnering considerable demand for tickets on the secondary market, too, as the average price for Kelly Clarkson tickets and Pentatonix tickets over the summer stretch is $163.18 on TicketIQ.
The tour officially kicks off on July 11 at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The most expensive show comes just three days later at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $231.93 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $23.
Several other shows will own a secondary ticket average above $200, including July 16 and 17 at Radio Music Hall ($213.90 and $213.37 averages, respectively), July 23 at Mohegan Sun Arena ($207.59/avg.) and August 16 at Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl ($205.23/avg.).
Conversely, the cheapest show will be the opening gig in Hershey next Saturday. Tickets to the PA show currently average at $98.67, 39.5% below tour average, and the get-in price starts at $31. It will be the only show that owns an average ticket price below $100 on the resale market. Other least expensive dates include August 2 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre ($100.32/avg.), September 13 at Wolf Trap ($102.12/avg.) and July 28 at Riverbend Music Center ($110.04/avg.).
Along with Pentatonix, Eric Hutchinson will also join Clarkson for all upcoming tour dates this summer.
Kelly Clarkson Announces 2015 Tour Dates With Pentatonix
(UPDATE 3/3/15) Kelly Clarkson has announced her new tour via Facebook. Clarkson announced on her page a 36-date summer tour, along with Pentatonix. Clarkson spent a good portion of her Facebook post expressing her excitement about the supporting act:
“I’m bringing out Pentatonix, who I LOVE! I’ve been a big fan for theirs forever. I got sucked into the YouTube vortex watching all their videos. I love all their harmonies and their arrangements. Maybe I can convince them to come on for my set and sing with me, as well. Maybe a little ‘Heartbeat Song’? I don’t know…”
The Piece By Piece Tour will start on July 11 at Hershey Park Stadium in Hershey, PA and end September 20 at the Mid-Florida Credit Union Amphitheatre. Being a summer tour, most of the stops are at amphitheatres across the country, with a few stops in arenas.
There will be an exclusive presale for Kelly Clarkson fan club members, and KellyClarkson.com will have more details. Citi Card members will have access to a presale starting March 10 at 10am local time. The general on sale for tickets will begin Saturday, March 14.
Below are the announced tour dates for the Piece By Piece Tour:
July 11 — Hershey Park Stadium — Hershey, PA
July 12 — XFINITY Center — Mansfield, MA
July 14 — PNC Bank Artist Center — Holmdel, NJ
July 16 — Radio City Music Hall — NYC
July 17 — Radio City Music Hall — NYC
July 19 — First Niagra Pavilion — Pittsburgh, PA
July 21 — Darien Lake Performing Arts Center — Darien Center, NY
July 23 — Mohegan Sun Arean — Uncasville, CT
July 25 — Molson Canadian Amphitheater — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 26 — DTE Energy Music Theatre — Clarkston, MI
July 28 — Riverbend Music Center — Cincinnati, OH
July 30 — Klipsch Music Center — Indianapolis, IN
Aug 1 — Allstate Arena — Rosemont, IL
Aug 2 — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre — St. Louis, MO
Aug 4 — XCEL Energy Center — St. Paul, MN
Aug 6 — Pepsi Center — Denver, CO
Aug 8 — Usana Amphitheatre — Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 10 — Moda Center — Portland, OR
Aug 12 — Key Arena — Seattle, WA
Aug 15 — Mandalay Bay Beach — Las Vegas
Aug 16 — Viejas Arena — San Diego, CA
Aug 19 — Staples Center – Los Angeles
Aug 21 — Sleep Train Arena — Sacramento, CA
Aug 23 — Shoreline Amphitheatre — Mountain View, CA
Aug 25 — Ak-Chin Pavilion — Phoenix, AZ
Aug 27 — Isleta Amphitheatre — Albuquerque, NM
Aug 29 — Austin 360 — Austin, TX
Aug 30 — GEXA Energy Pavilion — Dallas, TX
Sept 1 — Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion — Houston, TX
Sept 3 — Verizon Arena — North Little Rock, AR
Sept 5 — Bridgeston Arena — Nashville, TN
Sept 10 — Susquehanna Bank Center — Camden, NJ
Sept 12 — Wolf Trap Filene Center — Vienna, VA
Sept 13 — Wolf Trap Filene Center — Vienna, VA
Sept 15 — Walnut Creek Amphitheatre — Raleigh, NC
Sept 16 — Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood — Atlanta, GA
Sept 18 — Cruzan Amphitheatre — West Palm Beach, FL
Sept 20 — Mid-Florida Credit Union Amphitheatre — Tampa, FL