Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato are both embarking on extensive tours throughout the spring and summer months. Last year, the two pop stars put out statement albums, as Gomez released Revival on October 9, and Lovato's Confident came out a week later on October 16.
Between the two tours, ticket prices are relatively similar on the secondary market, with Selena Gomez having slightly higher averages overall. This is most likely due to the singer heading out on her tour first. Demi Lovato’s tickets, as well as Selena Gomez’s, are expected to rise in demand as the tours get underway and the media buzz helps raise awareness and demand.
Gomez will kick off her worldwide Revival Tour in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 6. The North American leg ends in Quebec City on July 11, and then she begins a tour of Asia which will run from July 23 to August 3, followed by European dates from October 10 to November 16. There are a variety of opening acts scheduled to appear with her, including Charlie Puth, DNCE, Tyler Shaw, Bahari, and Bea Miller. Tickets to see Selena Gomez are on sale now.
Meanwhile, Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas will be out on their co-headlining 2016 Future Now Tour, which begins on June 24 and will take us to 42 cities through the summer and into September. Mike Posner will be the opening act. The tour is also notable because it is sponsored by Honda, marking the 15th anniversary of the Honda Civic Tour series, and there are some cool prizes including a car, a motorcycle, and free tickets. Tickets to see Demi Lovato are on sale now.
According to the data provided by TiqIQ, the secondary market is rising in demand for both female acts this summer, and averages for both tours are consistent in price. An average ticket for Gomez is currently $191, and Lovato and Jonas are at $170.
Gomez and Lovato are making several of the same stops across their prospective routes. Selena Gomez’s stop at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on June 1 is averaging $166 with the cheapest ticket found at $53. She will then hit the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on June 15, where tickets are averaging $192 with the lowest get in rate at $77. The Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri on July 1 comes in at an average of $147 with the cheapest ticket at $65.
Demi Lovato will make those exact stops across with the Future Now Tour. Her Barclays stop on July 8 will average $184, and the cheapest ticket comes in at $43. In Kansas City, Missouri on August 6, an average ticket price is $162 with the lowest get-in rate at $38. Towards the end of her tour in Houston, Texas, the Toyota Center stop is currently averaging $193 with the cheapest ticket available at $50.
Parking in Houston, as well as the other stops listed across both tours, can be secured easily and ahead of time through ParkWhiz.Com.
Gomez and Lovato have a long history together, going back to acting on Barney and Friends in 2002, and then becoming stars for Disney in the years that followed. This summer, they'll both be playing dozens of arena concerts for hundreds of thousands of adoring fans.
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