Average Ticket Prices
Julion Alvarez $80.70      Gary Clark Jr. $39.45      "Taste Of Chaos" $31.41      Tommy Emmanuel $42.38      Maroon 5 $95.45      "Carnival Of Madness" $32.26      Junior Brown $25.21      Don Henley $88.66      Aaron Lewis $41.00      Napalm Death $24.86      Black Mountain $17.65      Rick Springfield $48.56      Lettuce $26.69      Sandi Patty $26.87      Shinedown $54.83      Widespread Panic $50.60      Adia Victoria $9.91      The Octonauts $32.98      Keith Urban $50.92      Alice Cooper $63.72      Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals $51.84      Fantasia $64.39      R. Kelly $79.20      Alton Brown $60.70      Kenny Chesney $76.32      The Growlers $22.98      Blink-182 $38.74      "Peppa Pig Live!" $40.52      Judah & The Lion $13.68      "Hits Deep Tour" $28.80      Griz $30.59      Eric Church $58.74      Donny & Marie Osmond $86.76      Foreigner $60.39      Gabriel Iglesias $55.11      Home Free $32.89      Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo $43.76      Porter Robinson $36.36      311 $36.01      Brand New $38.56      The Avett Brothers $50.35      Dawes $28.00      Ben Folds $47.10      The Staves $14.62      Matt Nathanson $35.32      Luke Bryan $59.18      The New Mastersounds $21.81      "Winter Jam" $14.89      Aesop Rock $18.90      The Chris Robinson Brotherhood $25.98      
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Your Latest Update

03:11 PM Tuesday 1/29/08 | |

More dates, more shows, more fun! New dates for Kylie Minogue, Paul Simon, The Allman Brothers Band and Westlife are in Your Latest Update!

Those April Paul Simon dates at the Brooklyn Academy Of Music aren't typical Rhymin' Simon shows. Instead, they represent a group of three different shows showcasing different eras in Simon's career, including his "Capeman" Broadway musical, his world music projects as displayed in albums like Graceland and Rhythm Of The Saints, and a week of "American Tunes" where Simon will be joined by special guests like The Roches, Grizzly Bear and Olu Dara.

Kylie Minogue adds June dates for Madrid, Luxembourg, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Riga. Still no word on whether Australia's favorite popster will play the U.S. anytime soon.

If it's springtime, then it must be Peakin' At The Beacon time, The Allman Brothers' annual residency at New York's famed music theatre. May is the month for Peakin' and dates (so far) are 5 - 6, 8 - 10, 12 - 13, 15 - 17, 19 - 20 & 22 - 23.

And the U.K. can't get enough of Westlife. We posted six new dates today for Aberdeen, Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff, Birmingham and Manchester.

During the past couple of hours we also updated the itineraries for We Are Scientists, The Holmes Brothers, Tom Scott, Vampire Weekend, The Kills, The Black Halos, The Go! Team, Steve Forbert, Susan Tedeschi, Taj Mahal, Stephen Lynch, Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles, Roomful Of Blues, Neal McCoy, Little Big Town, Larry The Cable Guy, Kaki King, Guttermouth, Eilen Jewell, Diunna Greenleaf, Daniel Tosh, Daggermouth, Billy Cobham and All Four Original Members Of Asia.

But that's not the entire picture on this Tuesday afternoon. Our corporate masters demand that we post at least half a zillion more dates before they let us have our weekly bathroom break. Stay up-to-date on all the latest concert info with our last update of the day - The Closing Bell - coming up around 5 pm (PST) from Pollstar.com!

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