Adele is currently out on the road headlining her world tour in conjunction with her most recent record, 25, which was released back in November of 2015.
This headlining tour kicked off in July, and will continue to span across North America and Mexico making a total of 58 stops along the way. Six of those performances will be at New York City’s Madison Square Garden at the end of September. Tickets to see Adele in New York City, and across the country on her tour, are on sale now.
According to data provided by TiqIQ, Adele’s tour has remained in high demand across the secondary market with an average ticket price coming in at $804, and tickets are expected to continue to steadily rise as her New York City shows approach. For these upcoming stops, tickets to see Adele in New York between the dates of September 19-26, are currently averaging $882 on their own.
Adele will kick off her six-night stay at Madison Square Garden on September 19. Tickets for this performance have an average price of $819, with the cheapest ticket found for $300. On September 23, ticket prices come in much higher, currently averaging $1086, and the cheapest ticket listed at $308. Prices drop slightly for her next performance on September 25, where tickets are averaging $983, and the lowest get-in rate can be found for $289. The last night of her stay in New York on September 26 comes in lower again, with tickets currently averaging $894, and the cheapest available going for $270.
Adele’s current tour serves as the singer’s first time back out on the road in five years. 25 is Adele's third studio record and this is third major headlining tour of her career. After her extensive stay in New York City, she is scheduled to continue on to cities such as Nashville, Atlanta, Houston and Dallas, before wrapping up her route on November 21 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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