Back in January, Pearl Jam announced a North American headlining tour across the US and Canada that will run between April and August. Being called simply “Pearl Jam Tour 2016”, the group will kick off its run on April 8 and make multiple stops at several venues along the way, including Madison Square Garden in New York City and Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Two festival appearances are also on the tour docket, and tickets to see Pearl Jam are now on sale.
Excitement for the upcoming shows appears to be high, too, as Pearl Jam tickets are steadily rising in demand across the secondary market. According to data provided by TiqIQ, the average resale price for Pearl Jam tickets across the tour is currently $252. That demand will be showcased as early as the first show on April 8 at BB&T Center in Florida, where ticket prices are averaging $236 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $37. One of Pearl Jam’s most expensive dates will be at Madison Square Garden on May 2. That show averages a $340 ticket and $116 get-in price.
Pearl Jam will also host two shows at both Fenway Park and Wrigley Field in August. Both Boston performances on August 5 and 7 are averaging $298, with the lowest get-in price starting from $131 on August 7.
Pearl Jam will take on Wrigley Field on August 20 and 22, and tickets for both Chicago dates are currently listed with an average ticket price of $302. The cheaper get-in rate will be found on May 22 with a current price of $100. Parking in Chicago, as well as other stops across Pearl Jam’s tour route, can be found easily and secured ahead of time on parkwhiz.com.
On top of their arena and stadium dates, Pearl Jam is also scheduled to appear at two festivals this spring and summer. Eddie Vedder and Co. will headline the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fest on April 23 followed by the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, which will be held in Manchester, Tennessee from June 9 through 12. It will be Pearl Jam’s first extensive North American trek since the Lightning Bolt Tour in 2014. Over 20 dates, the tour went on to gross more than $18 million and was attended by more than 264,000 people.
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