Previewing Zedd Ticket Prices on His ‘True Colors’ Tour

EDM lovers across North America have waited long enough for Zedd’s “True Colors” Tour, which kicked off earlier this month in Salt Lake City. The massively successful Russian DJ will play U.S. dates through the end of October, and tickets are nearing the $100 average on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for Zedd tickets is now $93.90. The “Clarity” creator makes his most expensive stop at the Masonic Temple in Detroit on October 23, where tickets average $133.92 and get-in price is $49. He’ll play his second most expensive show on October 2 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Zedd MSG tickets currently average $115.34 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $41.

A September 25 stop at the Bayou Music Center in Houston serves as his most affordable remaining show on the “True Colors” Tour. That show owns a secondary market ticket average of $63.56 and the get-in price is $35. Other cheapest-priced gigs include the Austin360 Amphitheater on September 24 ($73.31 avg./$39 get-in),October 3 at D.C. Armory ($75.98 avg./$44 get-in) and October 16 at Klipsch Amphitheatre ($81.49 avg./$55 get-in).

The tour also features support from opening artists Dillon Francis, Madeon and Alex Metric at all shows. Zedd promises “very special surprise guests” as well, and Steve Angello, Benny Benassi and 3lau have each appeared at select dates thus far. AlunaGeorge, A-Trak, What So Not and Alvin Risk have also graced the stage during the first three weeks of tour.

The tour is running in support of Zedd’s sophomore album of the same name, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard US Dance/Electronic Albums chart and No. 4 on the Billboard 200 when it was released in May. The album features several major collaborations, including help from Echosmith, Julia Michael, Tim James and Selena Gomez, who sings on the lead single, “I Want You to Know”.

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