(UPDATE 8/13/15) Fresh off a new single release and the departure of Zayn Malik in the rearview, One Direction continue touring through North America on their mammoth On the Road Again Tour over the next month. 13 more shows remain in the U.S. and Canada through the middle of September, and the average price for One Direction tickets on the secondary market is $217.96.
The quartet makes their most expensive remaining stop on September 12 at Gillette Stadium, which also serves as their final stop in North America. Tickets to the Massachusetts show average $496.56 and the get-in price starts at $50. A September 1 show at Lincoln Financial Field will be the second most expensive show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $347.72 and a $42 get-in price.
Seven days later the group will play its cheapest show at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa. One Direction tickets in Ottawa currently average $80.81 and get-in price is $18. It will be the only show left of tour that owns an average ticket price below $100 on the secondary market.
One Direction Still Garnering Big Ticket Demand on Secondary Market for Remaining ‘OTRA’ Dates
(UPDATE 7/29/15) The media may be reporting that One Direction’s end is imminent, but secondary market ticket prices for the band’s On the Road Again Tour beg to differ. The now-quartet bid adieu to Zayn Malik back in March, disrupting the universe and sending One Directioners across the globe into a frenzy. Prices remain firm on the resale market, however, as One Direction tickets across the band’s remaining 17 shows is $226.62.
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will welcome the band’s most expensive show on July 31. One Direction Indianapolis tickets currently average $316.25 and the cheapest available is listed for $30. Two other shows exceed the $300 average on the secondary market – September 12 at Gillette Stadium ($312.51 avg./$39 get-in) and September 1at Lincoln Financial Field ($303.78 avg./$37 get-in).
Harry Styles and Co. will play their two cheapest dates at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on September 8 and 9. Over the two gigs the average secondary price for One Direction Ottawa tickets is $102.68. The cheaper of the pair comes on September 8, where tickets average $88.65 and get-in price is $25.
One Direction remains on the road in North America through its Gillette Stadium stop onSeptember 12. The band then heads to Europe for 25 shows between September 24 and October 31.
One Direction Hits Edmonton, Winnipeg and Minnesota This Week
(UPDATE 7/21/15) A pair of shows in Canada and a stop in Minnesota will be in the cards for One Direction through the end of the week. The band is slated to play Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton tonight, Investors Group Field in Winnipeg on Friday and wraps at TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday.
Tickets for the three shows this week are considerably cheaper than the tour average on the secondary market. With 21 gigs left in North America through mid-September the average secondary price for One Direction tickets is $218.22. Over all three stops this week One Direction tickets own a secondary average of $177.94, marking an 18.5% drop.
The quartet’s stop at Investors Group Field will be the cheapest of the three, with tickets currently averaging $177.94 and get-in price starting at just $12. The band’s TCF Stadium show is the most expensive at a $218.11 average and $51 get-in price.
One Direction Tickets Now Averaging $229 on Resale Market for Remaining ‘OTRA’ Tour Dates
(UPDATE 7/15/15) Last week welcomed the beginning of One Direction’s monumental “On the Road Again” Tour in North America, which will see the band traveling across the U.S. and Canada until mid-September. The boys are hitting the continent in support of Four, their 2014 studio effort. 23 dates remain on the tour leg over the next two months, and prices for One Direction tickets are slowly starting to fall on the secondary market.
Per TicketIQ, the average secondary price for One Direction tickets is $222.74. That marks a 2.6% drop from last week’s average of $228.68 prior to the start of the tour. 1D’s most expensive show now comes on July 31 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. One Direction Indianapolis tickets own a secondary average of $367.80 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $36. A July 28 stop at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City will be the only other show that averages above $300, with tickets averaging at $328.34 and get-in price starting at $45.
Other top-priced shows on the “On the Road Again” Tour include August 2 at Heinz Field ($292.68 avg./$43 get-in), August 8 at M&T Bank Stadium ($289.66 avg./$46 get-in) and August 5 at MetLife Stadium ($284.53 avg./$42 get-in).
The quartet plays its cheapest show on September 8 at Canadian Tire Centre. That show owns a secondary average of $93.64 and get-in price is $25. It will be the only show on the “OTRA” tour that owns a ticket average below $100 on the secondary market.
The “On the Road Again” Tour continues in North America through September 12, when it is slated to wrap at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
One Direction Launch North American Leg of On the Road Again Tour This Week
(UPDATE 7/6/15) They may be without Zayn, but the beat goes on for One Direction. The pop supergroup will embark on the North American leg of its On the Road Again Tour this Thursday, opening the three-month run at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. 50 shows are scheduled in total, and the average price for One Direction tickets is $228.68 on the secondary market.
The now-quartet will play its most expensive show on August 8 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The average price for One Direction Baltimore tickets is $339.37, up 48.4% above tour average, and the cheapest available ticket is $34. Other top-priced shows include their opening gig at Qualcomm ($335.60 avg./$72 get-in), July 31 at Lucas Oil Stadium ($320.14 avg./$37 get-in) and July 28 at Arrowhead Stadium ($308.96 avg./$40 get-in).
Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa welcomes the cheapest show of tour onSeptember 8. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $87.59 and the get-in price is $26. On July 24, the group hits Investors Group Field in Winnipeg for its second cheapest show. That gig has a ticket average of $129.83 and a $21 get-in price on the resale market.
The On the Road Again Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada throughSeptember 13, when it wraps at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
Baltimore Most Expensive, Ottawa Least Expensive Cities on One Direction’s On the Road Again Tour
(UPDATE 6/29/15) One Direction will be stateside beginning next week. The band will begin the North American leg of its On the Road Again Tour at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego on July 9, kicking off a 25-show affair that takes them across the U.S. and Canada through mid-September. According to TicketIQ, the average price for One Direction tickets over its North American tour leg is $233.44 on the secondary market.
The most expensive stop of tour comes on August 8 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $347.89 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket is $31. Four other shows also average above $300 – August 2 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh ($333.35 avg./$33 get-in), July 28 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City ($323.09 avg./$40 get-in), July 11 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara ($312.92 avg./$37 get-in) and July 31 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis ($308.58 avg./$33 get-in).
One Direction makes its cheapest stop on September 8 at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, where tickets average at $92.84 and the get-in price is $26. It will be the only stop of tour that has an average ticket price below $100 on the secondary market.
The run will be the band’s first excursion in North America following the departure of member Zayn Malik in March. Now touring as a quartet, One Direction has plans to carry on as a four-piece for its next studio album, which would be its fifth LP.
One Direction Reveal First Tour Poster After Zayn Malik's Departure
(UPDATE 4/9/15) Take a deep breath, One Direction fans – the band has released its first official poster since parting ways with Zayn Malik last month. Picturing all four remaining members in promotion of their On the Road Again Tour, 1D will carry on with their tour itinerary in June for a pair of U.K. dates at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
The now-quartet is also slated to begin recording for its upcoming fifth album during their time away from touring. They’ll hit North America this summer, playing U.S. and Canadian dates from July through September. 24 dates are scheduled over the four-month stadium leg.
Ticket prices aren’t falling on the secondary market in Malik’s absence, however. According to TicketIQ, the average price for One Direction tickets over its North American leg of tour is $235.Prior to the 22-year-old’s departure in March, the On the Road Again Tour saw an average price of $249.27 for its U.S. and Canadian leg. That marks a price drop of just 5.7% over the last two weeks.
As the band prepares for its upcoming tour dates, make sure to check back here for all upcoming One Direction news, updates and announcements.
Zayn Malik Temporarily Leaves One Direction, Will Miss Three Asian Tour Dates
(3/19) For the time being, One Direction will be down a band member. Zayn Malik has decided to step away from the band to be with his family. The decision came after Malik was involved in a cheating scandal. Malik is engaged, but images of him holding hands and hugging another female outside of a nightclub surfaced, leading to wild speculation about the girl and their relationship.
The leave of absence is only temporary and its only expected to miss the band’s next three tour dates in Asia. The band is scheduled to play two dates in the Philippines on March 21 and 22 and a concert in Indonesia on March 25. Malik is expected to be back when the On The Road Again Tour picks up with three shows in South Africa on March 28.
Malik will have plenty of time to return before On The Road Again Starts its North American dates. The sixth leg of the tour starts in San Diego on July 9 and runs through a September 12 show in Foxborough. One Direction tickets are still in high demand on the secondary market with an overall average price of $249.56.
There will be European legs of the tour both before and after the dates in North America. The tour is set to conclude on October 31 in Sheffield, England.