Once again, it’s time for our roundup up the most sold out tours for the next 30 days in order to help you, our favorite readers, outsmart the masses and find the most reasonably priced tickets to said events (with a little help from our friends at SeatGeek).
To those unfamiliar with the previous articles in this series, the title “most sold out” refers to a weighted combination of the premiums these tickets demand in relation to face value, as well as the total price fans pay for them. November brings us a few new names to the list, as well as some salivary concerts to look forward to.
Photo by Philip Cosores
Seattle duo Odesza have cashed a winning ticket in the “chilltronic” lottery and it has led to sellouts across the board on their first headlining tour with average prices eclipsing three times their face value listing.
4. Dead & Co.
The Dead teaming up with John Mayer may seem strange to some, but there’s no surprise that the supergroup’s tickets are averaging over $100 a pop.
3. Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks has sold over 100 million records. To whom, we can’t be sure. Whoever they are, his loyal following also helped push tickets from his 2015 tour to an average of over $120.