Although ticket prices have dropped for Ariana Grande in the past few months, the remaining dates on her second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour are still competitive on the secondary ticket market.
The Honeymoon Tour is Grande's second concert tour and first international tour, and is in support of her 2014 album, My Everything. The tour, which began in February, will extend until October 25 in South America, and has multiple major dates still left on the calendar, including two nights at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn on September 26 and 27, and an October 7 stop in Tulsa at the BOK Center.
For the rest of her dates, the average secondary price for an Ariana Grande ticket is $125, which has dropped 13 percent since July, when the average ticket price was $145. With just 12 shows remaining until October 15, only two dates currently own a ticket average above $150 on the secondary market — her stops in Brooklyn and El Paso.
Ariana Grande’s most expensive show is her closing night in El Paso on October 15, where an average ticket price is $164 and the get-in price is $79. The pop-singer’s cheapest date is her September 24 stop at The PNC Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, where the average ticket price is $79 with a get-in price of $44, according to TotallyTickets.
With English pop group Rixton and Norwegian DJ Cashmere Cat on board as show openers, the North American trek grossed just over $14 million from 290,699 sold seats at 25 sold-out performances by April, according to the Billboard Boxscore.
Although Grande received negative press this summer after a video of her licking a donut and proclaiming, “I hate Americans,” circulated the web, the singer has since recovered after posting an apology video in response. With the last remaining dates and her quick run through South America, Grande should come out of the year with one of the more impressive tour runs for a young pop star in 2015.