UPDATE 7/8/15) Matrimonial blues rock outfit Tedeschi Trucks Band is currently in the midst of a summer run of shows in the U.S., which continues through the beginning of next month. 14 more stops are scheduled over that time, and the average price for Tedeschi Trucks Band tickets is $97.45 on the secondary market. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings will support at all remaining shows.
The tour’s most expensive show comes on July 15 at Uptown Amphitheatre in North Carolina. Tedeschi Trucks Band North Carolina tickets is $146.93 and the cheapest available ticket is now $53. Additional top-priced shows include July 22 at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion ($136.51 avg./$60 get-in) and July 17 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park ($134.13 avg./$18 get-in).
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook hosts the group’s cheapest show of tour on August 4. That gig currently has Tedeschi Trucks Band New Hampshire tickets averaging at $70.16 and get-in price starting at $23. Two other shows will have similar ticket averages on the resale market – July 24 at Maine State Pier ($74.56 avg./$41 get-in) and July 11 at Gexa Energy Pavilion ($76.49 avg./$16 get-in).
View the band’s typical setlist along its summer tour below, according to setlist.fm:
Tedeschi Trucks Band Average Setlist on 2015 Summer Tour
- Made Up Mind
- Do I Look Worried
- There's a Break in the Road
- I've Got a Feeling
- Midnight in Harlem
- Get What You Deserve
- Keep on Growing
- Key to the Highway
- I Pity the Fool
- Idle Wind
- Tell Mama
- Bound for Glory
- The Storm
- Space Captain
Now On Tour, Tedeschi Trucks Band Averaging $120 Ticket on Resale Market Through August
(UPDATE 6/12/15) Fresh off of announcing a September residency at New York City’s Beacon Theater last month, Tedeschi Trucks Band continues its summer tour through the beginning of August. The band will play 25 more dates over the next two months, and the average price for Tedeschi Trucks Band tickets over that time is $119.52 on the secondary market.
The group plays its most expensive show on July 15 at Uptown Amphitheatre at the NC Music Factory in Charlotte. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $171.29 and the get-in price is $56. Other top-priced shows along the way include a July 22 show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston ($158/avg.) and an August 2 stop at Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia ($143.88/avg.).
If searching for the cheapest tickets, look no further than June 21 at Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, Illinois. The average secondary price for tickets to that show is just $36 and prices start as low as $21. The band plays Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook on July 20, where tickets average at $42 and get-in price, or cheapest ticket, is $29.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band remains on the road through August 4, wrapping its summer run at Artpark Amphitheatre in Lewiston, New York. All dates through then includes an opening performance from Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings.
Tedeschi Trucks Band Begins Summer North American Tour This Friday, Tickets on Resale Market Averaging at $124
(UPDATE 6/3/15) With Derek Trucks putting an end to his tenure in the Allman Brothers Band, him and wife Susan Tedeschi will invest their full attention in Tedeschi Trucks Band, which begins a North American tour leg this Friday. 34 dates are scheduled through October 3, and the band will conclude with a four-night residency at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.
Fans hoping to attend an upcoming show will find hefty prices on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Tedeschi Trucks Band tickets is $124.13. The most expensive date of tour comes on July 22 at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston, where tickets own a secondary average of $161.61 and get-in price, or cheapest ticket price, starts at $68. The second most expensive gig will be held on July 17 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park. That show sees a secondary ticket average of $154.28 and get-in price is $34.
On June 21, the band plays its cheapest tour date at Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, Illinois. That show sees tickets average at just $40 on the secondary market and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $23. A July 25 show at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook is the second least expensive gig, with tickets owning a secondary average of $42 and get-in price starting at $30.
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings will support Tedeschi Trucks Band on most upcoming dates. Two of the band’s Beacon Theater shows will have supporting performances from Charles Bradley and Los Lobos. Bradley is scheduled to perform on September 26 while Los Lobos will play one day prior.
Tedeschi Trucks Band Add More Dates to 2015 Tour
(UPDATE 2/2) The Tedeschi Trucks Band has added four more dates to its upcoming tour, which kicks off at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on February 12. The group is now slated to play the first ever concert at Blue Ridge Bowl in Arrington, Virginia on April 18 and has also announced new stops at the Stiefel Theatre in Kansas on March 27, Peabody Opera House in St. Louis on March 29 and Santander Performing Arts Center in Reading, Pennsylvania on April 17.
With the addition of four more shows, the band will now embark on a 19-date tour from February to June. The group wraps at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado on June 13.
With their lead guitarist no longer a member of The Allman Brothers Band, Florida’s finest blues-rock collective are continuing to add more dates to Tedeschi Trucks Band 2015 tour, with tickets for five new shows released in the last week alone.
Tedeschi Trucks Band have now announced that they will perform at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on February 12/13, Greenburg’s Palace Theatre on Feb 19 and Washington, D.C.’s Warner Theatre on Feb 20/21 to take their tally of 2015 shows to 13.
Founded by husband-and-wife Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi, the eleven-piece band first confirmed they would start the New Year with a hometown performance at the Florida Theatre on Jan 16 (TicketIQ get-in price $75), and sets at the Sunshine Music & Blues Festival, and last month added to their itinerary with shows in Birmingham, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Wilkes-Barre and Wilmington.
Alongside all the highlights from the group’s 2011 debut Revelator and their 2013 follow-up Made Up Mind, fans with tickets for their recent run of shows have also enjoyed covers of The Rolling Stones’ “You Got The Silver,” Blind Willie Johnson’s “Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning,” and Little Milton’s “More and More.”