Detroit native Bob Seger will cap his 10-stop farewell tour with a six-show set in Clarkston, Michigan. The tour is ongoing and will continue on May 23 in Walnut Creek, North Carolina and wraps June 21 in Clarkston. Most shows are 90% or more sold out on the primary market, but a wider variety of seats remain on the secondary market, meaning fans should shop around. Grand Funk Railroad will be joining them for several of their final dates as well.
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For the June 1 show in Holmdel, New Jersey there are mostly single seats available on through LiveNation on the primary market with prices starting at $51for lawn seats compared to the secondary market get-in price of $84. However, the secondary market does offer a much larger selection with seats in the 200 and 300 level sections, with those starting at $301. The May 30 show at Wantagh, New York has the best availability, and is about 80% sold out on the primary market. The primary market get-in price is $67.50 compared to $120 on the secondary market.
For the six-concert set in Clarkston, near Seger's hometown of Detroit, most shows are nearly sold out, though "Official Platinum" seats are available for all shows, including right in front of the stage in Section Center 1. The two seats left available in that section start at $655 on the primary market for the final show on June 21, as compared to $1,090 on the secondary market, which has a bigger selection available.
Below is a look at the higher-interest shows. All other shows have a get-in price of less than $50: