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April 3, 2015 at 10:44 am Quote #44260

kaloway
(1873)

So who is going where?

Just got VIP ($450 version) for Darien Lake. 1st row sold out.


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April 3, 2015 at 11:41 am Quote #44263

chrisc
(691)

Grabbed lawn seats for Bethel Woods, bringing my son for his first show!


Get busy living or get busy dyin


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April 3, 2015 at 11:49 am Quote #44267

mjk2112
(318)

kaloway: So who is going where?

Just got VIP ($450 version) for Darien Lake.1st row sold out.

i got 450 vip for camden!


boldly going nowhere


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April 3, 2015 at 4:50 pm Quote #44307

ron
(8969)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jesselawrence/2015/04/03/van-halen-tickets-averaging-over-200-on-secondary-market-prior-to-saturdays-onsale/

Van Halen Tickets Averaging Over $200 On Secondary Market Prior To Saturday’s Onsale
Jesse Lawrence
4/03/2015 @ 4:15PM

Legendary rock outfit Van Halen is taking the tour bus out on the road for a North American run between July and October. With an exhaustive list of hits and a Grammy Award to boot, the quartet will see tickets for upcoming shows go on sale Saturday. Following several pre-sales, the secondary market is anticipating plenty of sell outs along the way, too, and ticket prices are already exceeding the $200 average on the secondary market.

According to TiqIQ, the average price for Van Halen tickets over their three-month, 39-date road stint is $223.19. The band’s last trip across the U.S. and Canada occurred in 2012 on the ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ Tour, which boasted an average price of $189.97 over a 49-date span from January to June of that year. The leg was cut short due to guitarist Eddie Van Halen’s emergency diverticulitis surgery, however, and 36 shows within the U.S. and Asia were cancelled as a result.

The 18.2% average price hike between tours is a good display of the hype that exists to see the “Jump” creators live in concert this summer and fall. With the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band supporting on all tour dates, the most expensive show will be at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey on August 9. That show currently owns a secondary average of $495.48, 122% above the tour average, and the get-in price starts at $63. Two other dates also average higher than $400 on the secondary market, with stops at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas and San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino averaging at $460.14 and $402.82, respectively.

Even the band’s cheapest dates are posting three-digit secondary averages. The least expensive Van Halen show will be at the DTE Energy Music Pavilion in Detroit on September 4. The average secondary market price for that performance is $160.89, 27.9% below the tour average, and the cheapest ticket is listed for $39. An August 23 show at Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania will be the second least expensive stop, with tickets averaging at $168.32. Van Halen’s final tour stop at the Hollywood Bowl on October 2 owns an average secondary price of $172.94. The get-in price for that show starts at $56.

The upcoming tour will feature original vocalist David Lee Roth on all dates as well as the Van Halen brothers and Eddie’s son Wolfgang. Earlier this week, the band released remastered versions of Van Halen and 1984, pivotal albums that have collectively sold more than 34 million copies worldwide since first being released.

Saturday’s on sale will be made available through Ticketmaster and Live Nation at 10am EST. Primary prices range from $42.50 to $250, excluding service fees.


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April 3, 2015 at 5:11 pm Quote #44309

sbnitro
(484)

Ill be at the Red Rocks show.


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April 4, 2015 at 1:03 am Quote #44340

PhxHorn
(48)

The info for the Phoenix show says no camera or audio recording. Anyone heard if they are going to allow filming like last time around?


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April 4, 2015 at 2:10 am Quote #44343

Gilligan
(1441)

2nd show near Portland OR. About 25 rows back – $150 each. Taking the wife and 2 teenage daughters since its in the middle of a previously planned vacation!


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April 4, 2015 at 3:31 am Quote #44344

cabosanlucas139
(1004)

Going to LA and San Diego. If I did not have $1500 flights I might have bought VIP. About time they came to Europe!!!!


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April 4, 2015 at 5:29 am Quote #44345

Van Haggis
(58)

cabosanlucas139: Going to LA and San Diego. If I did not have $1500 flights I might have bought VIP. About time they came to Europe!!!!

Yeah flights are killer, not sure if I’ll make this one? Holding out for vegas or New York for a change or Glasgow!!!!


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April 4, 2015 at 10:19 am Quote #44355

sickman
(2368)

I picked up my tix this morning. Rear pavilion for just under $400 for 5 tix plus $27 parking.


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April 4, 2015 at 10:19 am Quote #44356

chrisc
(691)

It was interesting that I got a update yesterday that all of the Pre-Sale tickets for Bethel Woods were gone. That place holds about 30,000 with the lawn, I saw Jimmy Buffett there last year, so I really think that is encouraging sign for the mighty VH!


Get busy living or get busy dyin


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April 4, 2015 at 10:33 am Quote #44357

Dave
(1954)

Sickman, was there a way to get the parking without having the tickets snail-mailed to you? I couldn’t figure out how to get the tix emailed to me AND the parking, so I just bailed on the parking.

But I did get tix – maybe I’ll see you there!


Stay Frosty


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April 4, 2015 at 10:41 am Quote #44358

steecoe
(1953)

I got shut out completely on getting tickets for Detroit!! I did score 2nd row center for Blossom just outside of Cleveland & I’m about 3/4 of the way up in the center (sec F row R) for Indy. Waiting to see if I can get something for Chicago here in a few…


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April 4, 2015 at 11:09 am Quote #44359

sickman
(2368)

Dave: Sickman, was there a way to get the parking without having the tickets snail-mailed to you? I couldn’t figure out how to get the tix emailed to me AND the parking, so I just bailed on the parking.

But I did get tix– maybe I’ll see you there!

Not sure Dave, I opted for printed tix mailed to me. I think in a few days you could log back on to livenation and just buy the parking pass. I’ve done that with other shows there in the past.


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April 4, 2015 at 11:15 am Quote #44360

ron
(8969)

sickman: Not sure Dave, I opted for printed tix mailed to me. I think in a few days you could log back on to livenation and just buy the parking pass. I’ve done that with other shows there in the past.

Not sure what show you guys are talking about, but a lot of them have separate parking available for purchase.
http://www.ticketmaster.com/search?tm_link=tm_homeA_header_search&user_input=van+halen+parking&q=van+halen+parking


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