5 Seconds of Summer is preparing to launch the North American leg of their ‘Sounds Live Feels Live’ World Tour, which kicked off back in February overseas. The tour will launch on June 30 with two shows in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Arena and will extend out until September, when it concludes in Texas. The lengthy tour is in support of the band’s second studio album, Sounds Good Feels Good, whichthey released in October 2015.
Tickets to see 5 Seconds of Summer are steadily rising in demand as the tour launch date approaches. On average, tickets to attend the band’s Sounds Live Feels Live North American portion of their World Tour are currently standing at $176, according to ticket data provided by Razorgator.
5 Seconds of Summer will stop at several cities across the U.S including New York City where they will hit Madison Square Garden on July 15. Tickets for this performance are averaging $219, with the cheapest ticket available for $49. On July 23, the Australian pop-punk group is scheduled to perform at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, and tickets for that stop are currently averaging $170, with the cheapest ticket priced at just $40.
The band will appear at the Sprint Center on August 20 in Kansas City, Missouri. Here, tickets are averaging $141 with the cheapest ticket priced at just $36. Parking in Kansas City can be secured easily and ahead of time through Parkwhiz.com.
5 Seconds of Summer’s North American run concludes on September 18 in The Woodlands, Texas at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Tickets for their final stop are averaging $390, with the cheapest ticket available for $36.
This year’s 5 Seconds of Summer World tour will be the band’s second headlining route. The Sounds Live Feels Live tour is scheduled to return overseas after its summer run, and last well into 2017.
The band recently tweeted that they have recorded a new song, “#GIRLSTALKBOYS,” that will drop July 15 with the release of the Ghostbusters movie.