Brandon Flowers Cancels Remaining Tour Dates

August 13, 2015

Brandon Flowers2 The Killers frontman cancels six remaining shows

(UPDATE 8/13/15)  The Killers frontman and aspiring solo artist Brandon Flowers has cancelled six remaining shows on the second leg of his North American tour, his official website announced Thursday. The 34-year-old singer was slated to conclude his tour run next Wednesday.

Flowers was on the road in support of The Desired Effect, his sophomore full-length that was released in May. Rumors are circulating that the singer cancelled his final six shows due to low ticket demand, but Flowers' website says that the shows have been postponed by "unforeseen circumstances".
Victims, the moniker used for The Killers fans, should expect to receive refunds on their tickets at the point of purchase. Flowers was scheduled to play the Fillmore in Charlotte tonight and wrap his solo run next week at the Fillmore in Miami Beach.


In Thick of Tour, Brandon Flowers Still Finding Healthy Ticket Demand on Secondary Market

(8/11/15)  It has been a memorable summer for Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, whose solo tour across the U.S. continues through the end of September. Flowers is on the road in support of The Desired Effect, his sophomore solo effort that was released back in May. The 34-year-old is showing that he can succeed on his own, too, as a significant demand for tickets on the secondary market still exists for his remaining 13 shows.

According to TicketIQ the average secondary price for Brandon Flowers tickets is $86.97. The “Lonely Town” singer will play his most expensive show on September 26 at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, where tickets own a secondary average of $142.12 and get-in price starts at $80. A September 2 show at Oakland’s Fox Theater will be his second top-priced show with an average secondary price of $104.51 and a $74 get-in price.

Conversely, Flowers makes his cheapest stop of tour on August 14 at the Ritz in Raleigh, North Carolina. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $45 and get-in price starts at just $26. Other cheapest-priced shows come on August 15 at the Norva in Virginia ($58.88 avg./$42 get-in) and September 11 at the Riviera Theatre in Illinois ($59.39 avg./$39 get-in).

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