Apr 10 2014, 6:03pm CDT | by Forbes
Coming off co-hosting duties at this year’s Academy of Country Music Awards this past weekend, Luke Bryan will be taking some time off before starting the second leg of Luke Bryan’s ‘That’s My Kind of Party’ Tour. The next leg kicks off May 3 with five dates in Canada before playing the remainder of dates in the United States. The first leg of the tour from January 16 through March 8 was fairly successful with a $145.81 average ticket price on the secondary market. Leg number two will be much longer in duration and carries a much higher average price.
Across all 33 dates on the second leg of the tour going through October 25, the average price on the secondary market is $216.73, 48.6% higher than the first leg. Even with the increased average price, there’s plenty of value opportunities to see Bryan at a below average price.
The first date of the tour is also the least expensive Canadian date. At Rogers Arena on May 3, Luke Bryan Vancouver tickets have an average price of $198.49 and a get-in price of $97. Only the two shows at Edmonton’s Rexall Place have a lower get-in price for Bryan’s Canada dates than the sub-100 price in Vancouver.
PNC Music Pavillion, the first US date on the second leg of ‘That’s My Kind of Party’ has the lowest get-in price on the tour at just $40. The average price for Luke Bryan Charlotte tickets is also well below the tour average at $167.68.
Luke Bryan Heinz Field tickets have one of the lowest average prices on the tour, but that’s mostly due to the amount of tickets available for the June 21 concert at Heinz Field. The 65,000 capacity football stadium holds a few more people than the arenas and amphitheatres Bryan will play during other stops on the tour. The $155.62 average price is on pace with the average price for the August 31 concert at Soldier Field in Chicago, but both are well the below the averages prices for show at Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium and Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field in the middle of August.
The most average date on the tour, relative to the average price is June 7 at the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre at an exact tour average $217. Bryan will be playing the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre again the next night, but Luke Bryan Raleigh tickets are a bit more expensive for the second show with an average price of $256.17, though a get-in price of just $42.
Bryan’s most expensive two-night stay at a venue comes at Aaron’s Amphitheatre on July 26 and 27. Luke Bryan Atlanta tickets have an average price of $248.32 on the first night with a $53 get-in price and a $276.20 average price with a $62 get-in price on the following night.
Leg two of ‘That’s My Kind of Party’ will be more than twice the length of the first leg earlier in the year. With much of the show set to remain the same, including Cole Swindell and Lee Brice as the opening acts, the biggest chance for the upcoming dates in the new, higher price. Below is a look at all upcoming Luke Bryan tour dates and ticket prices:
|Date||Venue||Avg ask price|
|5/6/2014||Encana Event Centre||$227.04|
|5/7/2014||Encana Event Centre||$223.39|
|5/29/2014||PNC Music Pavilion||$175.29|
|5/30/2014||Jiffy Lube Live||$191.07|
|5/31/2014||Jiffy Lube Live||$159.97|
|6/1/2014||PNC Bank Arts Center||$270.63|
|6/1/2014||PNC Bank Arts Center||$233.59|
|6/6/2014||Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach||$163.45|
|6/7/2014||Walnut Creek Amphitheatre||$256.17|
|6/8/2014||Walnut Creek Amphitheatre||$307.53|
|6/12/2014||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater||$199.89|
|6/13/2014||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater||$107.15|
|6/17/2014||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater||$239.00|
|6/18/2014||DTE Energy Music Theatre||$207.67|
|6/19/2014||DTE Energy Music Theatre||$451.60|
|7/18/2014||Jones County Fair||$191.93|
|7/24/2014||Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – AL||$221.65|
|7/25/2014||Aarons Amphitheatre At Lakewood||$248.32|
|7/26/2014||Aarons Amphitheatre At Lakewood||$276.20|
|8/15/2014||Lincoln Financial Field||$272.11|
|8/16/2014||Darien Lake Performing Arts Center||$274.60|
|8/17/2014||Saratoga Performing Arts Center||$214.47|
|8/21/2014||Blossom Music Center||$222.33|
|8/22/2014||Blossom Music Center||$239.36|
|8/23/2014||Riverbend Music Center||$229.42|
|8/24/2014||Riverbend Music Center||$222.15|
|8/31/2014||Soldier Field Stadium||$155.31|
|9/11/2014||Verizon Wireless Arena – NH||$328.36|
|9/12/2014||Madison Square Garden||$384.42|
|9/19/2014||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||$248.23|
|9/20/2014||Gexa Energy Pavilion||$260.39|
|9/26/2014||MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre||$218.49|
|10/16/2014||Sleep Train Amphitheatre||$202.96|
|10/24/2014||Sleep Train Amphitheatre||$272.55|
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