Madonna is currently touring in support of her thirteenth studio album, which she released earlier this year, and the ticket demand is high.
The Rebel Hearts Tour kicked off Sept. 9 in Montreal and will hit major North American cities throughout its course, including Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, and back-to-back nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sept. 16 and 17. The tour, which is scheduled to hit 35 cities, will weave throughout North America until October, and then will swing over to Europe and the U.K. for November and December. In 2016, Madonna will play three additional legs overseas.
Tickets to see Madonna are currently averaging over $300 across all of her scheduled dates, and her Madison Square Garden dates are some of the priciest on the calendar, according to RazorGator. Her Sept. 16 show is averaging $358 with a get-in price of $54, while her Sept. 17 show is even more expensive, with an average ticket price of $503 and a get-in price of $108.
It’s no surprise that fans heading to Madonna’s Madison Square Garden dates are paying the hefty ticket prices, as comedian Amy Schumer will be performing as her opening act. Fans opting to drive into the Big Apple can easily access NYC parking through ParkWhiz, where parking starts as low as $10 for the Wednesday and Thursday shows.
Currently, The Queen of Pop’s most expensive date is her Oct. 24 show in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, where an average ticket is $913 with a get-in price of $177. Her cheapest show is currently still fairly expensive, however. On Oct. 1 the tour will make a stop at the Joe Louis Arena in her hometown of Detroit, and the average ticket price is $181 with a get-in price of $42.
If The Rebel Hearts Tour results in similar success relative to Madonna’s prior tours, fans can expect to see new touring milestones from the veteran pop star upcoming.