Justin Bieber, Beyoncé Highlight This Week's Most Expensive Concerts List

April 25, 2016

Spring has officially sprung, and the touring circuit will welcome the start of Pearl Jam and Beyoncé's respective tours this week. However, it will be Justin Bieber who takes the top spot on this week's most expensive concerts list when he hits Verizon Center in D.C. on Friday. Rihanna and Travis Scott round off this week's top shows with a gig at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on Saturday.

4/29/16 Justin Bieber @ Verizon Center | Avg. Price: $408.72 | Get-in: $130

The Biebs will invade the nation's capital on Friday night when he brings his Purpose World Tour to Verizon Center. As it stands now the average price for Justin Bieber tickets on the secondary market is $408.72. If looking to just get in to his D.C. gig tickets start from $130. It falls in the middle of the price pack in terms of his remaining shows - Bieber's top-priced concert comes on May 4 at Barclays Center, where tickets average $837.37 and the get-in price is $189.

4/29/16 Pearl Jam @ Wells Fargo Center | Avg. Price: $328.36 | Get-in: $111

After kicking off their 2016 run at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival over the weekend, Eddie Vedder and Co. will officially hit the road with their first solo stop at Rupp Arena on Tuesday night. They'll make two stops at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Thursday and Friday, and Pearl Jam tickets on Friday night are averaging $328.36 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket to the show is now listed from $111. Pearl Jam's brief run through North America continues until May 11. It picks back up for multiple stadium stops at Fenway Park and Wrigley Field in in August.


4/25/16 Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band @ Barclays Center | Avg. Price: $323.30 | Get-in: $135

The River 2016 Tour continues for Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band this week, and their second consecutive stop at Barclays Center on Monday night is generating big ticket demand on the resale market. Bruce Springsteen tickets in Brooklyn are now averaging $323.30 and the get-in price starts from $135. It will be the Boss' final North American stop of tour. He'll embark on a European leg between May and July before putting a cap on 2016.

4/27/16 Beyoncé @ Marlins Ballpark | Avg. Price: $309.69 | Get-in: $66

Social media was set ablaze over the weekend as Beyoncé released Lemonade, her latest surprise album that also received an hour-long special presentation on HBO. The timing couldn't have been more perfect as she begins her Formation World Tour on Wednesday at Marlins Ballpark in Miami. Beyoncé tickets on the secondary market currently average $309.69 for her stop in South Beach. The cheapest tickets are listed from $66 each. Expect Beyoncé to dominate our most expensive concerts list over the next two months as she tours North America through the end of June.

4/30/16 Rihanna & Travis Scott @ Mandalay Bay Events Center | Avg. Price: $289.63 | Get-in: $64

Rihanna's Anti World Tour makes its way to Sin City this weekend. She'll stop at Mandalay Bay Events Center on Saturday, where Rihanna tickets in Las Vegas currently average $289.63 and the get-in price is $64. The Anti World Tour continues its North American run through mid June.

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