With Three Dates Remaining, Rolling Stones Tickets on Resale Market Still Averaging Well Above $200

(UPDATE 7/6/15) It’s been an unforgettable summer for The Rolling Stones. The iconic rock and roll group has been on the road in North America since early June and has three dates remaining through next week. The Zip Code Tour, which has 15 scheduled dates in total, will play at Comerica Park and Ralph Wilson Stadium before wrapping at Plains of Abraham in Quebec City next Wednesday.

As Mick Jagger and Co. delve into their 70s, it appears that age is just a number for the unfading rockers. Ticket prices seem to agree as well, as the average price for Rolling Stones tickets over the band’s final three shows is $278.97 on the secondary market. The group’s top-priced remaining show comes on July 8at Comerica Park, where Rolling Stones Detroit tickets currently average at $282.36 and the get-in price is $126.

Ticket prices won’t let up following Wednesday night’s gig, however. Saturdaynight has the band playing Buffalo’s Ralph Wilson Stadium, where tickets average at $277.80 and get-in price starting at $73. The Rolling Stones final gig at Festival d’ete de Quebec next Wednesday will be their cheapest show remaining. Rolling Stones Quebec tickets own a median ticket average of $262.40 and get-in price is $158.

The Zip Code Tour is the band’s latest road endeavor since last year’s 14 On Fire Tour and first in North America since 2013’s 50 & Counting Tour.

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With Five Zip Code Shows Left, Rolling Stones Tickets Averaging $271 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/29/15) Five more dates remain on The Rolling Stones’ Zip Code Tour, which continues in North America through the middle of July. The band has made waves for its unique blend of opening acts over its first 10 stops, ranging from the soulful sounds of Gary Clark Jr. to the pop tunes of fellow Brit Ed Sheeran. Ticket prices aren’t letting up for the final five gigs, however, as the average price for The Rolling Stones tickets is $270.68 on the secondary market.

 

The band’s most expensive remaining show comes on Wednesday at Carter Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $401.67 and the get-in price is $213. Each of the five shows owns a ticket average above $200, with the cheapest coming on July 4 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Tickets to that show average at $212.11 and get-in price is $77.

 

The Zip Code Tour continues through July 15, ultimately wrapping at Festival d’ete de Quebec in the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. No additional dates have been scheduled as of now, but don’t be surprised if Mick Jagger and Co. have a few more shows up their sleeves this summer.

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With Seven Shows Remaining on Zip Code Tour, Rolling Stones Tickets Average $275 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/22/15) The Rolling Stones are making waves across North America on their 2015 Zip Code Tour, which continues through the middle of July. Seven more shows remain over the next three weeks, and the average price for Rolling Stones tickets is $274.60 on the secondary market.

The band will play its next gig on Tuesday night at Marcus Amphitheater in Milwaukee. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Milwaukee Rolling Stones tickets is $352.96 and the get-in price starts at $119. The show will feature a supporting opening act from iconic blues musician Buddy Guy.

While the Milwaukee-based gig is generating considerable ticket demand on the secondary market, it is a July 1 show at Carter Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina that owns the most expensive ticket average. Tickets to the North Carolina show currently own a median price of $388.95 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $117. The Avett Brothers are slated to open at that show.

Conversely, the cheapest show comes on July 4 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. That gig currently owns a secondary ticket average of $199.19 and get-in price starts at $76. The Zip Code Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through July 15, when it wraps at Festival d’ete de Quebec in Quebec City.

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Breaking Down The Average Rolling Stones Setlist On The Zip Code Tour

(UPDATE 6/16/15) The Rolling Stones are knee-deep into their Zip Code Tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through the middle of July. Featuring a motley crew of music’s biggest artists as support, ranging from the country twang of Brad Paisley to the pop tunes of Ed Sheeran, the Zip Code Tour has quickly grown into one of the most anticipated tours of the summer. The secondary ticket market seems to agree, too, as the average price for Rolling Stones tickets over the band’s final nine dates is $272.55.

The most expensive show remaining will be held on June 23 at Marcus Amphitheater in Milwaukee. Also featuring an opening performance from Buddy Guy, that show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $401.91 and the cheapest available ticket is $124. On July 1, the band plays its second top-priced gig at Carter Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina, where tickets average at $400.91 and get-in price is $110.

The Stones will play their cheapest show at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field on June 20. Tickets to the Steel City show currently average at $205.12 and get-in price starts at $48. Awolnation is slated to open in Pittsburgh.

The Zip Code Tour wraps at Festival d’ete de Quebec in Quebec City on July 11. If planning to attend an upcoming show, you can expect Mick Jagger and Co. to perform a slew of their chart-topping hits. Below is the tour’s average setlist, per setlist.fm:

2015 Zip Code Tour Average Setlist: 

  1. Jumpin' Jack Flash 
  2. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) 
  3. All Down the Line 
  4. Tumbling Dice 
  5. Doom and Gloom 
  6. Bitch 
  7. Moonlight Mile 
  8. Honky Tonk Women 
  9. Start Me Up 
  10. Before They Make Me Run 
  11. Happy 
  12. MidnightRambler 
  13. Miss You 
  14. Gimme Shelter 
  15. Sympathy for the Devil 
  16. Brown Sugar 
  17. You Can't Always Get What You Want 
  18. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 

 

Rolling Stones’ Orlando Show this Friday Fourth Most Expensive of Zip Code Tour

(UPDATE 6/10/15) The Rolling Stones are bound for the Sunshine State this weekend. The iconic band is slated to play Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando on Friday alongside supporting guest The Temperance Movemnet. It will be the fourth most expensive show remaining on the Zip Code Tour, which continues in North America through mid-July.

According to TicketIQ, the average price for Orlando Rolling Stones tickets is $274.19 on the secondary market. The get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $89. The Stones make their most expensive stop at Marcus Amphitheater in Milwaukee on June 23, where tickets own a secondary market average of $407.11 and get-in price starts at $122.

The band’s cheapest gig will be held on June 27 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. That show has an average price of $199.23 and get-in price starts at $51 on the secondary market.

10 dates remain on the Zip Code Tour, which wraps at Festival d’ete Quebec in Quebec City on July 15. Notable opening acts that will support the Stone over the next month include Buddy Guy, Ed Sheeran, The Avett Brothers, Brad Paisley, AWOLNATION and Walk the Moon.

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Atlanta Most Expensive, Minnesota Least Expensive Remaining Cities on Rolling Stones’ Zip Code Tour

(UPDATE 6/1/15) Iconic rock outfit The Rolling Stones have 13 dates remaining on their Zip Code Tour, which kicked off at Petco Park in San Diego on May 24. Featuring a slew of A-list opening acts, including Grace Potter, Brad Paisley, Buddy Guy and Ed Sheeran, the Zip Code Tour is drawing significant ticket demand on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Rolling Stones tickets is $261.02.

The band makes its most expensive remaining stop at June 9 at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average price of $383.80 and get-in price is $91. Three other shows eclipse the $300 average; June 23 at Marcus Amphitheater ($382.71), July 1 at Carter Finley Stadium ($365.05) and July 11 at Ralph Wilson Stadium ($308.79).

The band’s cheapest remaining date comes on June 3 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minnesota. Tickets to the show average at $198.81 and get-in price is $99. It will be the only show that averages below $200 on the secondary market.

The Zip Code Tour continues in North America through July 15, when it wraps at Festival d’ete de Quebec in Quebec City.

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With Tour Underway, Rolling Stones Posting $270 Ticket Average on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/26/15) The Rolling Stones kicked off their Zip Code Tour in San Diego over the weekend, starting up a 15-city run that will take them across the U.S. and Canada through mid-July. Fans hoping to attend an upcoming show should brace themselves, however, as the “Satisfaction” creators are posting one of the most expensive ticket averages on the secondary market this summer.

According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Rolling Stones tickets is $269.73. While their Petco Park stop in San Diego last Sunday was the most expensive tour stop, the band will play its most expensive gig on July 1 at Carter Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $392.48 and get-in price starts at $115. The Avett Brothers are scheduled to open the Raleigh show.

Conversely, the cheapest date of tour comes on July 4 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where tickets own a median price of $205.68 and get-in price is $60 on the secondary market. No opening act has been confirmed yet, which has likely caused ticket prices to remain firm and well below average.

Among other artists scheduled for the opening slot on the Stones’ Zip Code Tour include Ed Sheeran, Grace Potter, Kid Rock, Brad Paisley, AWOLnation and Buddy Guy. The tour wraps on July 15 at Festival d’ete de Quebec in Quebec City.

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More Artists Added As Guests For The Rolling Stones Zip Code Tour

(UPDATE 5/20/15) Earlier today, Brad Paisley, Ed Sheeran and Kid Rock were announced as guests for the Rolling Stones upcoming Zip Code tour. Now, three more acts have been added.

Grace Potter will be knocking twice on the Rolling Stones’ Zip Code Tour this summer. The influential rock singer has been added as the opening act for a pair of upcoming shows at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis June 3 and AT&T Stadium in Dallas June 6. More than a half-dozen artists were announced as openers along the 15-city tour on Tuesday, and Potter is the only artist that will play two gigs. The average price for Rolling Stones tickets for the group’s Minneapolis show is $229.37 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket available is currently listed for $127. Three days later in Texas, the Rolling Stones average a $271.27 ticket and $77 get-in price.

Potter is no stranger to performing in the Gopher State. The 31-year-old opened for Kenny Chesney at Target Field in 2012 and headlined the Basilica Block Party in 2013. She’ll play a string of solo dates through the beginning of October, including a stop at Grand Point North Festival in Vermont on September 12.

The iconic band has also enlisted the help of influential musician Gary Clark, Jr. for the SoCal show. Clark, Jr. will be the first of seven special guests slated to hit the stage with the Stones this summer,, which also includes Ed Sheeran, Grace Potter, Brad Paisley and Avett Brothers.

The average price for San Diego Rolling Stones tickets is $590.30 on the secondary market, easily the most expensive date of the band’s tour. Over the 15-show run, the Stones see a median ticket price of $287.51, marking a 105% premium for their San Diego show. The cheapest available ticket is currently priced at $217.

Following his opening act gig for Mick Jagger and Co. this weekend, Clark, Jr. will be on the road for a short batch of shows through the summer months. He’ll make several joint appearances with D’Angelo, The Vanguard and Trombone Short before teaming up with Foo Fighters for a show at Portland’s Moda Center on September 14.

Along with Clark Jr. and Potter, Cincinnati rock outfit Walk the Moon will be the Rolling Stones’ opening act for their July 8 show at Detroit’s Comerica Park.

The supporting nod is the latest milestone for the indie rockers. The band’s monumental single, “Shut Up and Dance”, peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart and No. 5 on the all-genre Hot 100 upon its release last November. The subsequent album, Talking Is Hard, peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s U.S. Top Alternative Albums and No. 14 on the U.S. Billboard 200.

The average price for Detroit Rolling Stones tickets is $217.43 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket is currently priced at $106. The Zip Code Tour kicks off at San Diego’s Petco Park this Sunday and will make 15 stops through the U.S. and Canada until July 15 when it wraps at Festival d’ete Quebec in Quebec City.

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Brad Paisley, Ed Sheeran and Kid Rock Added To Rolling Stones Zip Code Tour

Country music will be alive and well in Nashville when the Rolling Stones play LP Field on June 17. The iconic group has enlisted country superstar Brad Paisley to open the Tennessee show. Ticket prices on the secondary market have yet to spike in the wake of Paisley’s addition to the bill. On TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Nashville Rolling Stones tickets is $267.56. In fact, prices have actually fallen since the beginning of week, dropping 2.7% from Monday’s average of $275.20. The cheapest available ticket to the show is currently priced at $89.

The Nashville gig won’t be the first time the Stones have called upon a country artist to open a show. In 2006, Mick Jagger and Co. tapped country duo Brooks & Dunn for support at Qwest Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Paisley recently began his massive Crushin’ It World Tour, which travels across the U.S. and Canada through early-October.

The Rolling Stones have also has called upon Kid Rock for support at their May 30 gig at Ohio Stadium. The Michigan native, who began his career as an underground rapper, has since redefined his sound to include elements of rock, folk and country. The 44-year-old will play the one-off show with the Stones ahead of his “First Kiss: Cheap Date” Tour, which kicks off at the end of June. Fans should act fast if planning to scoop up cheap tickets on the secondary market. On TicketIQ, the average price for Rolling Stones tickets in Ohio is $252.64 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket is currently listed for just $28.

The third addition to the tour will be Ed Sheeran, who will join the Stones in Kansas City next month at Arrowhead Stadium on June 27. The Kansas City gig also serves as the cheapest show along the six-week tour. On TicketIQ, the average price for Rolling Stones tickets in Kansas City is $208.57 on the secondary market, 27.4% below the $287.57 median price across all 15 shows. The cheapest available ticket is currently priced at $68.

Sheeran is currently knee-deep on his own headlining tour across North America. The “Thinking Out Loud” singer will play U.S. and Canada dates through the end of September, making 46 more stops along the way.

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The Rolling Stones Announce That The Avett Brothers Will Be First Of Many Surprise Guests

The Rolling Stones are just about ready to kick off their Zip Code Tour, but they still have a few surprises up their sleeves. The band announced that The Avett Brothers will be a special guest for the July 1 show at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Concord, North Carolina natives will open for the legendary rock band in their home state. The current average price for Rolling Stones tickets in Raleigh is $382, the third most expensive show of the tour. The Avett Brothers are the first special guests to be announced for the Zip Codes Tour, though many guests were common during the band’s 50 & Counting Tour in 2013.

 

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Rolling Stones Tickets on Zip Code Tour Nearing $300 Average on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/18/15) Iconic rock outfit The Rolling Stones are slated to begin their 15-city Zip Code Tour this weekend. The band’s first North American tour since 2013, the Zip Code Tour will be among the most expensive tours of 2015. Tickets are continuing to flood the secondary market for all upcoming gigs, and the average price for Rolling Stones tickets is currently $296.47 on TicketIQ.

The most expensive date of tour will be the band’s opening show at San Diego’s Petco Park on May 24. The average secondary price for tickets to the SoCal show is $703.14, 137% above tour average, and get-in price is $203. The second top-priced gig comes on June 9 at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, where tickets average at $413.62 and get-in price starts at $106.

Don’t expect to see any shows fall below the $200 average, however. The band’s cheapest date will be held on July 8 at Comerica Park in Detroit. That show sees a median price of $201.08, 32.1% below tour average, and the cheapest ticket is priced at $92. A June 27 stop at Arrowhead Stadium averages a $210.52 ticket and $58 get-in.

The Zip Code Tour will continue its North American run through July 15. The band’s final gig will be held at Festive d’ete de Quebec, where a daily pass to the festival averages at $376.07 and the cheapest available is listed for $182.

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Petco Park Most Expensive Rolling Stones Tickets On Zip Code Tour, Ohio Stadium Best Value

(UPDATE 5/15/15) Set to kick off next Sunday May 24th, tickets for the Rolling Stones 14 date North American tour are averaging $292 on the secondary market.

Of those, the most expensive date is by far the tour opener at Petco Park, averaging $672. No other date exceeds $406, which is Milwaukee's Summerstage at Marcus Amphitheater.

On the other end of the spectrum, July 8th at Comerica Park is the cheapest date of the tour, averaging $202 on the resale market. Also of special note is May 30th at Ohio Stadium in Columbus. For those looking for the cheapest seats available, it's your best bet. The get-in price is just $28. Less than half the next cheapest date.

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Rolling Stones Announce Zip Code Tour, ‘Sticky Fingers’ Reissue Date

(UPDATE 5/1/15) In celebration of the rerelease of their monumental 1971 record Sticky Fingers, the Rolling Stones will embark on the Zip Code Tour in May, playing 15 dates across North America through the middle of July. The band’s most expensive show will be its opening show on May 24 at Petco Park in San Diego, where Rolling Stone San Diego tickets currently average at $572.86 on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Rolling Stones tickets across the summer tour is $304.41. That marks a price premium of 88.1% for Rolling Stones San Diego tickets when the band kicks things off in late-May. No other shows average above $300 on the resale market along the two-month stretch.

The cheapest available ticket for the May 24 gig is listed for $194, nearly matching the average of the band's cheapest date at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 4. That show currently sees a secondary average of $195.13.

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Rolling Stones Announce Zip Code Tour, ‘Sticky Fingers’ Reissue Date

(3/31/15) The Rolling Stones will be back in action across North America this summer. The iconic rock and rollers have announced the 15-city Zip Code Tour, which will be held between May and July. The tour’s name runs in conjunction with the band’s 1971 release Sticky Fingers. The influential record is being rereleased in a deluxe format on May 26th, two days after the start of tour.

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The Zip Code Tour kicks off at Petco Park in San Diego on May 24th and will run through the U.S. before wrapping at the Le Festival D’Ete de Quebec on July 15th. The upcoming summer dates mark the band’s first tour stops in North America since 2013’s 50 & Counting Tour.

Other notable stops along the way include AT&T Stadium in Dallas, LP Field in Nashville, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City and Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, New York.

Tickets for all U.S. shows go on sale Monday, April 13th at 10am local time via Ticketmaster. The band’s final stop in Quebec will see tickets go on sale Saturday, April 11th.

If past tours are any indication, the Zip Code Tour will likely massive ticket prices on the secondary market. The Bigger Bang Tour, which was held from August 2005 to August 2007, was the highest-grossing tour of all-time at that time and garnered $558.3 million over 147 shows. Their 50 & Counting Tour saw an average secondary ticket price of $668.34 over 23 North American shows between December 2012 and June 2013.

The Zip Code Tour will be the first time the Rolling Stones have toured extensively since the 14 On Fire Tour, which was held in three continents from February to November of 2014.

Check out the complete list of tour dates below and head back here for all Rolling Stones tour updates and announcements.

Rolling Stones 2015 Zip Code Tour Dates

May 24 - San Diego, CA @ Petco Park
May 30 - Columbus, OH @ Ohio Stadium
June 3 - Minneapolis, MN @ TCF Bank Stadium
June 6 - Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium
June 9 - Atlanta, GA @ Bobby Dodd Stadium
June 12 - Orlando, FL @ Orlando Citrus Bowl
June 17 - Nashville, TN @ LP Field
June 20 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field
June 23 - Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest / Marcus Amphitheater
June 27 - Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium
July 1 - Raleigh, NC @ Carter-Finley Stadium
July 4 - Indianapolis, IN @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway
July 8 - Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park
July 11 - Buffalo, NY @ Ralph Wilson Stadium
July 15 - Quebec, QC @ Le Festival D’Été de Québec

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