Nine more dates remain on Manchester Orchestra’s 2015 fall North American run, which continues through October 18 at the St. Louis Rock and Roll Marathon. The band continues to tour in support of their 2014 release, Cope, and subsequent 2015 acoustic rendition of the album, titled Hope. Over those eight final shows, the average price for Manchester Orchestra tickets is $125.22 on the secondary market.
The band’s most expensive show comes on October 8 at Houston’s House of Blues. That gig currently owns a secondary market ticket average of $141.23 and the get-in price is $90. Conversely, the cheapest show will be held at Emo’s East in Austin onOctober 1, where tickets average $62.04 and get-in price is $46.
Fans hoping to attend an upcoming gig can expect Manchester Orchestra to play several songs off of Cope, including “Top Notch”, “Every Stone” and the title track.
You can find the band’s average setlist in 2015 below, according to setlist.fm:
Manchester Orchestra Average 2015 Setlist
- Top Notch
- Shake It Out
- Pale Black Eye
- Every Stone
- I Can Barely Breathe
- I've Got Friends
- Everything to Nothing