Sia & Miguel’s 'Nostalgic For The Present' Tour Marks First Run in Five Years; Resale Tickets Averaging $170
Last month, Sia mapped out the dates for her first-ever arena tour, Nostalgic For The Present, which also marks the singer’s first tour in five years. The trek, which also includes performers Miguel, will kick off on September 29 and will hit 22 dates in North America before it concludes in November.
Following her general on-sale May 20, the resale market has flooded with tickets for the tour. As it stands currently, tickets for Sia are averaging an impressive $170 across the entirety of the run, with the highest price points in Houston and Oakland.
Sia will begin her tour in Seattle, Washington on September 29 at the Key Arena, where tickets are currently averaging $183 and the lowest ticket priced at $84. Other cities and arenas on her trek include TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts on October 18, where tickets are averaging $183 and the cheapest ticket is available for $54. Sia will hit the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 21 where tickets are averaging $139 and the lowest get-in rate is $42. On November 1, Sia will be at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Here, tickets are averaging $135 and the cheapest ticket can be found at $37, according to data provided by Razorgator.
The Nostalgic For The Present Tour will wrap up at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas on November 6, where tickets are currently averaging $181 and the lowest get-in rate is $63. Parking in Austin, along with several other cities throughout Sia’s North American tour, can be secured easily and ahead of time through ParkWhiz.com.
In a tour announcement video, Sia teased to her fans that audiences at the Nostalgic For The Present tour can expect to see several of the same production and dance choreography from her popular music videos, reinvented right on stage. Sia is bringing along American Singer Songwriter Miguel, and the English Electronic duo from London, AlunaGeorge as her direct support throughout the tour.