(UPDATE 4/28/15) The spring leg of Marilyn Manson’s “Hell Not Hallelujah” Tour continues in the U.S. through May 16, when it wraps at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis. For fans perusing the secondary market for tickets, prices continue to drop as the tour winds down over the next two weeks.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Marilyn Manson tickets over the shock rocker’s final two weeks of tour is $76.80. That marks a price drop of 32.1% from his overall tour average of $113.22. Manson will play his top-priced show on May 12 at the Orpheum Theatre in Wisconsin. That show currently sees tickets average at $86.95 and get-in price starts at $67. The cheapest remaining date over the remaining spring tour will be on May 13 at the Orbit Room in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where tickets average at $64.78 and low price is listed for $43.
Manson will join The Smashing Pumpkins on “The End Times” Tour this summer. The duo will play U.S. dates between July and August, with 23 shows scheduled in total over the month-long stretch. Tickets that tour currently average at $153.16 on the secondary market, nearly doubling that of Manson’s average along the final two weeks on the “Hell Not Hallelujah” Tour.
Marilyn Manson Adds Second North American Leg to “Hell Not Hallelujah” Tour
(UPDATE 2/25) Marilyn Manson’s assault on the U.S. and Canada isn’t over yet. The shock rocker has added a second North American leg to his “Hell Not Hallelujah” Tour and will play 21 dates from March to May.
Canada received just one show on Manson’s first leg, but the country will be compensated nicely over the next three months. The “Beautiful People” singer is scheduled to play nine consecutive Canadian dates to kick off his tour, which begins at South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton, British Columbia on March 28. Among other Canadian cities Manson will hit are Vancouver, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.
He’ll return stateside on April 24 when he plays the Georgia Theatre in Athens. 12 dates are scheduled through the U.S. and Manson concludes his upcoming leg at the Orbit Room in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 13.
All upcoming dates on the spring North American leg are listed below. Manson is touring in support of “Pale Emperor”, his ninth studio album that was released last month.
Marilyn Manson Spring 2015 North American Tour
03/28 – Penticton, British Columbia – South Okanagan Events Centre
03/29 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Queen Elizabeth Theater
03/31 – Prince George, British Columbia – CN Centre
04/01 – Dawson Creek, British Columbia – Encana Events Centre
04/02 – Edmonton, Alberta – Shaw Conference Centre
04/04 – Lethbridge, Alberta – ENMAX Centre
04/06 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Sask Tel Centre
04/07 – Regina, Saskatchewan – Ag Rec Building
04/09 – Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre
04/24 – Athens, Ga. – Georgia Theatre
04/26 – Birmingham, Ala. – Iron City
04/28 – Oklahoma City, Okla. – Bricktown Events Center
04/29 – Tulsa, Okla. – Brady Theater
04/30 – Memphis, Tenn. – Minglewood Hall
05/03 – North Myrtle Beach, S.C. – House of Blues
05/05 – Norfolk, Va. – The Norva
05/06 – Richmond, Va. – The National
05/09 – Chattanooga, Tenn. – Track 29
05/11 – Peoria, Ill. – Limelight Eventplex
05/12 – Madison, Wis. – Orpheum Theater
05/13 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Orbit Room
Marilyn Manson One Week Away From 2015 “Hell Not Hallelujah” Tour
(1/14/2015) With just one week until Marilyn Manson kicks off his 2015 “Hell Not Hallelujah” North American tour, ticket prices on the secondary market have begun to settle.
The average asking price for the tour is currently $113.22, with over half of the tour dates available on TicketIQ.com falling in the $100-$120 average. The cheapest performance is March 28th at South Okanagan Events Centre, averaging $58 on the resale market. Conversely the most expensive date comes just two dates before at The Showbox with a $195 average. New York's Terminal 5 and Paramount Theatre as well as Boston's House Of Blues have the most tickets still available – with quantities of over 300 remaining for each. The tour's opener at the Fillmore Silver Spring has seen a 13% price decrease this week to a $100.13 average.
Manson has received praise for his 9th studio album “The Pale Emperor”, including lead single “Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge”. This tour will mark fans' first opportunity to hear tracks from the album live. As always, keep checking the TicketIQ Blog for the latest updates on Marilyn Manson tickets, tour dates, festival announcements, and news.
Marilyn Manson Announces “Hell Not Hallelujah” 2015 Tour Dates
Controversial shock rocker Marilyn Manson will be back on the road in the early parts of 2015 supporting his newest album “The Pale Emperor”, set to be released on January 20th.
Dubbed “The Hell Not Hallelujah” tour, Manson's itinerary thus far focuses on the East Coast and Mid-west. Manson will get things started on January 21st at the Fillmore Silver Spring in the Washington DC area before heading north towards Philly for the Electric Factory and Starland Ballroom. January 26th is perhaps the highlight of the tour, at New York's Terminal 5.
Manson will then continue through Long Island, Boston, and a double shot in Pennsylvania before his lone Canadian show at the Sound Academy in Toronto on February 2nd. A short trip to Detroit follows as the tour goes on a mid-west swing before concluding in Tempe and Las Vegas.
Manson will be blazing through his 20+ year catalog of goth anthems along with newest single “Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge” and other tracks from his forthcoming 9th studio album. He'll be joined on stage by album co-writer Tyler Bates, tenured bassist Twiggy Ramirez, Gil Sharone, and Paul Wiley.
Marilyn Manson tickets go on sale November 21st, and all whom purchase via the primary market will receive a free digital download of “The Pale Emperor” to be delivered on January 20th.