How To Find The Cheapest Maluma 11:11 World Tour Tickets

Columbian singer Maluma continues his โ€œ11:11 World Tour,โ€ with a North American leg that includes one stop in Canada, beginning September 6 in San Diego and wrapping October 20 in Denver. The tour started in May in Peru. 
 
Several of the higher-interest shows are already 100% sold out on the primary market, while many other shows are 50% or more sold out. 
 
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For the September 12 show in Seattle, the primary market is nearly 95% sold out, though fans can still get Orchestra seats in Section A for $502 via Ticketmaster. But showing that consumers should shop around, tickets in the same section on the secondary market start at $219.

Among the cheapest shows on the tour is the October 18 show in Rosemont, Illinois. Tickets start at $59 on the primary market in the Section 216 on the corner. For just a little more on the secondary market, fans can get a bigger selection and a similar seat starting at $75.

Below is a look at the higher-interest shows with secondary market get-in prices of $90 or more:

All 11:11 World Tour Dates

  • September 6, San Diego @ Pechanga Arena 
  • September 8, Los Angeles @ The Forum
  • September 12, Seattle  @ WAMU Theater
  • September 14, Las Vegas @ Mandalay Bay Events Center
  • September 15, San Jose @ SAP Center
  • Thursday, September 19, Laredo @ Sames Auto Arena
  • Saturday, September 21, Phoenix @ Talking Stick Resort Arena
  • Sunday, September 22, El Paso @ Don Haskins Center
  • Thursday, September 26, Mcallen @ Bert Ogden Arena
  • Friday, September 27, Houston @ Toyota Center
  • Saturday, September 28, San Antonio @ AT&T Center
  • Sunday, September 29, Dallas @ American Airlines Center
  • Thursday, October 3, Boston @ Agganis Arena
  • Friday, October 4, New York @ Madison Square Garden Arena
  • Sunday, October 6, Toronto @ CAA Centre
  • Thursday, October 10, Orlando @ Amway Center
  • Friday, October 11, Miami @ AmericanAirlines Arena
  • Sunday, October 13, Washington DC @ EagleBank Arena
  • Friday, October 18, Chicago @ Allstate Arena
  • Sunday, October 20, Denver @ Pepsi Center
  • Saturday, November 9, San Juan @ Coliseo de Puerto Rico

 

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