Pitbull & Prince Royce Tickets High In Demand After Launching 2016 Summer Headlining Tour

Joe Webb

by Joe Webb

Published July 15, 2016

Pitbull recently kicked off his extensive summer headlining tour of the U.S. on July 7 in California, with special openers Prince Royce and Farruko. The Bad Man Tour is scheduled to span the country throughout the summer months, hitting cities such as Dallas, San Antonio, Tampa, and many more, before wrapping up in Denver at the Pepsi Center on August 18. Tickets to see Pitbull are currently on sale now.

Since The Bad Man Tour is well underway, the secondary market has seen high demand and steadily rising prices for a ticket to see Pitbull this summer. According to data provided by Razorgator, ticket prices are currently averaging $169.

The Bad Man Tour will continue making stops at cities and arenas including the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on July 22, where the price of tickets is averaging $215 and the lowest get-in rate is $39. On July 28, Pitbull will appear in Atlanta, Georgia at the Phillips Arena, where ticket prices are averaging $154, with the cheapest ticket available for $34. At the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on August 4, the cost of tickets averages $174, with the cheapest ticket priced at $51.

One of the last stops on Pitbull’s Bad Man tour will be in Chicago, Illinois at the United Center on August 16. Here, the price of tickets is currently averaging $195, and the cheapest ticket can be found for $41. Parking in Chicago, as well as several of the other stops across the tour route, can be secured easily and ahead of time through

Pitbull will be joined out on the road by special guests Prince Royce, and singer songwriter, Farruko. Prince Royce was recently seen out on the road in 2015 opening for Ariana Grande, and he is also known for hit singles such as “Stuck On A Feeling” featuring Snoop Dogg, and his song with Pitbull, “Back It Up.” Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Farruko, who can also be seen out on the tour, is best known for his collaborations with acts such as, Daddy Yankee, Jory, and J. Alvarez.
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