It has been a massive summer for nu-metal outfit Slipknot, whose joint “Summer’s Last Stand” Tour with Lamb of God and Bullet For My Valentine will make 16 more stops between the U.S. and Canada through the beginning of September. Ticket demand on the secondary market remains firm over the remaining dates, with Slipknot tickets averaging $102.89 over that time.
The tour makes its most expensive stop left on August 21 at Usana Amphitheatre in Salt Lake City. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $147.31 and the get-in price starts at $38. Other top-priced gigs include August 24 at Rogers Arena ($132.30 avg./$33 get-in), September 5 at Gexa Energy Pavilion ($130.38 avg./$25 get-in) and August 15 at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre ($121.87 avg./$30 get-in).
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre welcomes the band’s cheapest remaining show on August 16. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $57.73 and the get-in price is $21. August 11 at Jiffy Lube Live will be the second least expensive show, with tickets averaging $69.22 and get-in price starting at $35.
Planning on seeing the masked metalheads at one of their remaining tour dates? Check out the average setlist along the “Summer’s Last Stand” Tour below, per setlist.fm:
Slipknot Average Setlist on ‘Prepare For Hell’ Tour
- The Heretic Anthem
- The Devil in I
- Wait and Bleed
- Before I Forget
- Spit It Out
- People = Shit
- Surfacing ]
- 'Til We Die