Earlier this month iconic musician Joe Walsh embarked on a fall string of dates across North America. The singer has nine shows remaining through mid-October and will play New York City’s iconic Beacon Theatre on Thursday. Fans still searching for tickets are encouraged to strike while the iron is hot, as tickets are starting for as low as $6.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Joe Walsh tickets at Beacon Theatre is now $63.94. That is easily his cheapest remaining date and is 39.9% below his tour average of $106.45. His second least expensive date will be played on October 12 at the Fillmore in Philadelphia, where tickets average $66.73 and get-in price starts at $33.
Bringing Barnstorm back on the road with him, Walsh has paved a path of nostalgia on his fall run. The group, which consists of Joe Vitale, Gannin Arnold, Tommy Simms and Drew Hester, draws from Walsh’s extensive discography, ranging from originals to his time in the Eagles and much of his solo work.
Walsh will play two more New York dates following his show at Beacon Theatre. He’ll make his way to Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on October 7 ($116.90 avg./$46 get-in) and NYCB Theatre at Westbury on October 14 ($146.07 avg./$65 get-in). The tour officially wraps on October 17 at Orpheum Theatre in Boston.
Now on Tour, Joe Walsh Tickets Averaging $125 on Secondary Market
There’s not much Joe Walsh hasn’t accomplished in his storied career, and the iconic musician is again in the thick of a short run of tour dates across North America. Walsh’s “Live in Concert 2015” Tour will dominate the eastern seaboard through the middle of October, primarily hitting cities in the Northeast over the next four weeks.
With 11 more shows remaining the average secondary market price for Joe Walsh tickets on TicketIQ is $125.09. Walsh makes his most expensive stop on October 16 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. That show currently owns an average secondary price of $174.68 and a $36 get-in price. Other top-priced gigs include October 7 at Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York ($143.19 avg./$70 get-in) andOctober 14 at NYCB Theatre at Westbury ($142.15 avg./$74 get-in).
Conversely, a September 23 stop at Warner Theatre in D.C. serves as the most affordable show of tour at an average price of $70.61 and a $25 get-in price. The Mid Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York is the second cheapest show with an $80.20 average and $39 get-in price.
Walsh has reunited with members of his Barnstorm band for all dates along the fall tour. That includes longtime friend Joe Vitale, Gannin Arnold, Tommy Simms and Drew Hester. Songs new and old will be performed at each date, ranging from his days in the James Gang to his most recent work with the Eagles.
“I’m going back in the catalog to dig out some songs that I haven’t ever played live, but everything everyone’s coming to hear will be in the show,” Walsh said prior to the start of tour. “I’ve got a great band and I’m excited to play with my old friend Joe Vitale again. I also love being able to go into smaller venues. I’ve missed it…the interaction with the audience is much better, everybody has a good seat and it reminds me of the old days.”
The tour officially wraps at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston on October 17.