With 19 Summer Shows Remaining, R5 Tickets Own $240 Average on Secondary Market
July 21, 2015
(UPDATE 7/23/15) Launching its 2015 North American summer tour earlier this month was pop rock band R5. The Los Angeles-based group will play 19 more shows through the beginning of September and primarily hit amphitheaters across the U.S. Over the next six weeks, the average price for R5 tickets is $239.86 on the secondary market.
The band is seeing a massive ticket average due to the small inventory of tickets available on the resale market for each show. None of its 19 remaining gigs have more than 250 tickets available, which in turn has caused prices to rise. Three of R5’s upcoming shows own a ticket average above $400, including its top-priced stop onAugust 20 at Henderson Pavilion ($535.58 avg./$54 get-in).
The cheapest show of tour comes on July 26 at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, where tickets average $61.76 and get-in price starts at $44. An August 22 show at Mesa Amphitheatre will be the second least expensive show with a $62.02 ticket average and $50 get-in price.
The tour will officially wrap on September 3 at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia.
R5 Begins U.S. Summer Tour This Week, Tickets Averaging $138 on Resale Market
(UPDATE 7/7/15) Los Angeles based pop rock outfit R5 is hitting the road for a summer run of shows beginning this week. The quintet is scheduled to play 29 shows across the U.S. through the beginning of September, and tickets to many of the band’s gigs are popping up on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for R5 tickets along the summer tour is currently $137.99.
Whitewater on the Horseshoe in New Braunfels, Texas hosts the band’s top-priced show on August 5. The average price for R5 Texas tickets is $420.76 on the secondary market, 204% above tour average, and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $42. One other show owns a ticket average above $300 – on August 14 the band plays Marymoor Amphitheater in Redmond, Washington, where R5 Washington tickets average at $303.49 and get-in price starts at $56.
Conversely, R5’s cheapest gig comes on July 10 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater at Encore Park. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $46 and the get-in price is listed for $17. Among other cheapest-priced stops include July 21 at Fraze Pavilion ($58.29 avg./$44 get-in), July 26 at Arvest Bank Theatre ($60.89 avg./$44 get-in) and July 17 at Boston’s House of Blues ($62.42 avg./$17 get-in).
R5 is touring in support of Sometime Last Night, its sophomore studio effort that will be released on July 10. The tour will also feature support from fellow pop rocker Jacob Whitesides at all dates.