According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, Shawn Mendes: The Tour grossed $12.7 million and sold 188,980 in the tour’s first 16 European dates. The tour, which is the singer's third, is now set to embark on the 49-city North American leg, which includes a first stadium show in the 20-year-old's hometown of Toronto. Alessia Cara is the opening act for Europe and selected dates in North America. Multiple cities will have two shows including Rogers Place in Edmonton, Allstate Arena in Illinois, Staples Center in Los Angeles, Oracle Arena in Oakland, Prudential Center in Newark, TD Garden in Boston, Bell Center in Montreal, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut.
Where To Buy Shawn Mendes Tickets
For most shows, lower level tickets are sold out through Ticketmaster.com or AXS.com, the two ticketing platforms used by venues on the tour. There are some upper level tickets at the very back of the upper level for most stadiums. For anything other than those cheapest seats, shopping the secondary market is the best option. Sold out tickets on the Secondary market range from $75 to $150, with a few stops only two stops below $50, with tickets at Wells Fargo in Des Moines and Kansas City very affordable and below face price.
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How Much Are Shawn Mendes Tickets
Below are the cheapest ticket in many of the stops, which kick off on June 12th On the secondary ticket markets, the cheapest tickets range from $35 to over $100 in upper level. For most cities, 100-level tickets are going for twice as much as the 'get-in' prices with floor seats going for three times as much. For the tour finale in his hometown Toronto at the Rogers Center, prices star around $100 and the the price for a ticket in section A6, which surrounds a short walk-out stage, is going for $692 while other sections at the front of the floor are under $300.
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For anyone looking to get up close and personal, with the exception of the Rogers Stadium, the floor configuration concert has a main stage and a B stage. For most shows, the prices for floor seats doesn't vary dramatically whether you're closer to the main stage or the B stage.
The Tour supports his self-titled third studio album that was released through Island Records on May 25, 2018. It is primarily a pop album, with ingrained influences of pop rock, blues, and R&B. The album debuted at number one in Canada, making it Mendes’ third number one album in his home country. It also debuted at the top of the US Billboard200. It was Mendes' third number one album in the United States, and made him the third youngest artist to top the chart at least 3 times. The album also topped the charts in Australia, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland. It became his second album to debut in the top 3 in the UK.
The lead single, "In My Blood" was released on March 22, 2018, it peaked at number 11 on the USBillboard Hot 100, as well as reaching a top ten position in several other countries. The second single "Lost in Japan" was released the next day. In May, "Youth", "Where Were You in the Morning?", and "Nervous" were released as singles. All five singles charted in several countries. "In My Blood", "Lost in Japan", and "Youth" were certified gold or higher in his home country. The album was nominated forBest Pop Vocal Album and "In My Blood" forSong of the Year at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.