American rock, pop and country singer Andy Grammer will go on tour at intimate venues across the U.S. in support of his soon-to-released “Naive” album, beginning September 2 in San Diego and finishing up November 1 in Boston. Grammar’s latest album is due out July 26.
Grammer will play mostly small venues, some with capacity of less than 500, including stops at House of Blues locations in San Diego on September 2, Chicago on September 24, Cleveland on September 24, Orlando on October 11, New Orleans on October 13, Dallas on October 14, and Boston on November 1. Most venues are general admission.
Where To Buy Andy Grammer Tickets
Primary market tickets remain available for all shows, either through Ticketmaster or directly through the venues. Secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ also has tickets available, and in some cases, they are a better deal on the secondary market, showing that fans should comparison show.
TicketIQ also has a Low Price Guarantee on Andy Grammer tickets for every stop on their 2019 Tour, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all concert tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Seatgeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to Stubhub and Seatgeek.
How Much Are Andy Grammer Tickets
As an example, for the October 8 show at the 1,800-seat Buckhead Theater in Atlanta, tickets are nearly sold out on the primary market, with LiveNation offering Balcony-C tickets starting at $172 and VIP Tickets running between $100-$201. VIP Tickets include General Admission seating and a choice of a “Pre-Show Hang” with Grammer or an acoustic performance. On TicketIQ, remaining tickets are also limited, but fans get a General Admission seat starting at $84.
The best deal on the tour is the October 4 performance at the Caroline Theater in Durham, North Carolina. The show is about 70% sold out on the primary market, but fans can get in for as little $27 and VIP Packages with Orchestra seats still remain. The get-in price on the secondary market is $56, and seats are available throughout the venue.
Below is a look at some of the higher-interest shows, with secondary market get-in prices starting at $75:
- September 6 at Weill Hall at Green Music Center, Rohnert Park, California, ticket start at $98 🎟️
- September 15 at Knitting Factory Concert House, Spokane, Washington, tickets start at $78 🎟️
- September 20 at Slowdown, Nebraska, tickets start at $78 🎟️
- October 2 at Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, Connecticut, tickets start at $158 🎟️
- October 8 at Buckhead Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, tickets start at $84 🎟️
- October 9 at Cannery Ballroom, Nashville, Tennessee, tickets start at $80 🎟️
- October 10 at Iron City, Birmingham, Alabama, tickets start at $78 🎟️
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All 2019 Andy Grammar Tour Dates
9/2 — San Diego, CA, House of Blues
9/3 — Flagstaff, AZ, Northern Arizona University
9/5 — Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
9/6 — Rohnert Park, CA, Green Music Center at Sonoma State University
9/7 — San Francisco, CA, The Fillmore
9/12 — Sacramento, CA, Ace of Spades
9/14 — Seattle, WA, The Moore Theatre
9/15 — Spokane, WA, The Knitting Factory
9/18 — Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre
9/20 — Omaha, NE, Slowdown
9/22 — Minneapolis, MN, Varsity Theater
9/24 — Chicago, IL, House of Blues
9/26 — Cleveland, OH, House of Blues
9/28 — New York, NY, Pier 17 at South Street Seaport
9/29 — Philadelphia, PA, Theater of Living Arts
10/1 — Silver Spring, MD, The Fillmore
10/2 — Ridgefield, CT, The Ridgefield Playhouse
10/4 — Durham, NC, Carolina Theatre
10/5 — Charleston, SC, Music Farm
10/6 — Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore Charlotte
10/8 — Atlanta, GA, Buckhead Theatre
10/9 — Nashville, TN, Cannery Ballroom
10/10 — Birmingham, AL, Iron City
10/11 — Orlando, FL, House of Blues
10/13 — New Orleans, LA, House of Blues
10/14 — Dallas, TX, House of Blues
10/15 — Oklahoma City, OK, The Jones Assembly
10/17 — Knoxville, TN, The Mill & Mine
10/20 — Indianapolis, IN, Deluxe at Old National Centre
10/21 — Milwaukee, WI, Tuner Hall Ballroom
10/25 — MC Kees Rocks, PA, Roxian Theatre
10/27 — Richmond, VA, The National
10/30 — Providence, RI, The Strand
11/1 — Boston, MA, House of Blues