How To Find The Cheapest Rod Stewart Tickets + 2022 Tour Dates
December 8, 2021
Rod Stewart’s has announced 2022 tour dates with Cheap Trick. The tour is set to kick off on February 14th and 15th for two shows at Hard Rock Live At The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and will run until late-September for his second batch of Las Vegas residency dates at The Colosseum At Caesars Palace. A full list of tour dates can be found at the bottom of this post.
The tour is in support of Stewarts's 30th studio album 'Blood Red Roses'.
Where To Buy Rod Stewart Tickets
Primary market tickets for all reschedule dates are available via Ticketmaster.
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How Much Are Rod Stewart Tickets
On the secondary market, tickets are now available for all shows. Ticket prices start between $22 and $60 for most dates, but some higher-demand shows have get-in prices as high as $100+. Tickets for the Las Vegas shows start right around $100. For all shows ticket prices can go as high as $2,000+ for seats located in sections closest to the stage.
Rod Stewart 2022 Tour Dates
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