It looks like Bruce Springsteen is bound to have a fruitful 2016. The Boss recently launched "The River" Tour in support of his seminal 1980 album of the same name, and he'll again appear on this week's list of top concerts for two shows at Madison Square Garden and Verizon Center in D.C. Other artists making the cut this week include Garth Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood, who hit Royals Farms Arena in Baltimore, and Black Sabbath, who set to play SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon.
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1/27/16 Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band @ Madison Square Garden | Avg. Price: $587.21 | Get-in: $220
Madison Square Garden will host Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on Wednesday night, and the average price for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band tickets is $587.21 on the secondary market. If looking just to get in the cheapest available ticket is listed for $220. "The River" Tour continues in North America through March 17, when it wraps at Los Angeles Sports Arena.
1/29/16 Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band @ Verizon Center | Avg. Price: $562.64 | Get-in: $211
The Boss will then travel down to the nation's capital for a show at Verizon Center on Friday night. That show currently owns a secondary market average of $562.64 and the get-in price is $211. The band will play six more shows that own a higher ticket average, however, with their most expensive stop coming on February 4 at TD Garden in Boston ($700.93 avg./$221 get-in).
1/30/16 Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood @ Royal Farms Arena | Avg. Price: $241.96 | Get-in: $105
It's the comeback that keeps on kickin'. Garth Brooks has returned to the road in 2016 for a slew of tour dates, and his show at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore on Saturday serves as the third most expensive show in North America this week. The average price for Garth Brooks tickets is currently $241.96 and the get-in price is $105 on the secondary market. Brockets">Goks continues the North American stretch of dates through July 4, wrapping at the future T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
1/28/16 Black Sabbath @ SaskTel Centre | Avg. Price: $226.36 | Get-in: $42
The end is near for Black Sabbath, and the iconic heavy metal band will likely appear on the top concerts list several more times before they hang up their instruments for good later this year. Ozzy Osbourne and Co. set to hit SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon on Thursday night, where Black Sabbath tickets average $226.36 and the get-in price is $42. The tour will officially conclude on September 21 at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix.