Average Ticket Prices
Willie Nelson $68.64      Stars $24.80      Silverstein $18.34      Miranda Lambert $45.53      Gaither Vocal Band $28.34      The Weight $34.42      Maroon 5 $89.00      Kalin And Myles $29.29      Hozier $31.37      Rubblebucket $18.04      Theresa Caputo $64.35      Justin Timberlake $123.29      "Honda Civic Tour" $31.08      Bonobo $20.90      Cody Johnson $14.14      Garrison Keillor $48.30      Torche $20.11      Earth, Wind & Fire $61.95      Widespread Panic $47.84      Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood $39.28      Gwar $22.10      The Ghost Inside $17.96      Celtic Thunder $60.35      Cirque du Soleil - "Varekai" $61.20      David Gray $52.73      Harry Connick Jr. $88.21      Florida Georgia Line $47.53      Spoon $35.56      Chris Brown $97.42      Bassnectar $42.85      Papadosio $19.86      Diana Krall $81.87      David Sedaris $46.82      Lecrae $28.42      Cold War Kids $24.05      Kip Moore $31.18      Bleachers $25.46      Juan Gabriel $98.17      Jason Aldean $57.80      Sam Smith $53.06      Steve Miller Band $61.98      Justin Townes Earle $24.57      Fifth Harmony $33.36      Pierce The Veil $29.71      Who's Bad - The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute $20.68      Casting Crowns $29.05      Five Finger Death Punch $40.05      Punch Brothers $32.86      Trans-Siberian Orchestra $56.29      Keys N Krates $19.40      
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The Closing Bell

05:01 PM Tuesday 11/27/07 | |

New dates for Collective Soul, Glen Campbell, The Cribs and Diamond Rio, plus items about Lily Allen, Travis, Rob Halford and a new summer music festival are all in your last update of the day from Pollstar.com!

Overnight Sensations …

Our overnight crew has prepped the following items to help take your mind off all those unexplained noises you hear whenever the lights are out:

The Verve Pipe Return - The '90s indie faves, who've been missing in action for a few years, announce a short Midwestern run.

Koo Koo For The Kooks - The U.K. indie quartet heads Stateside to build buzz for its upcoming album.

Here & There ...

You can add another music festival to your summer plans - Vineland Music Festival in Vineland, NJ - The Chicago Tribune

Lily Allen's heart scare - BBC / CBBC Newsround

Travis finds its niche - Los Angeles Times (registration may be required)

Fortune lists Steve Jobs as the most powerful person in business today (Bill Gates is # 7) - Fortune

Q&A with Rob Halford - San Francisco Bay Guardian

iPod or Zune? You can probably guess the answer - Information Week

Dates, Dates & More Dates ...

The 2008 schedule for "Video Games Live" is starting to take shape with new dates for Edmonton, Austin and Seattle; Billy Currington adds NC, IL, GA, OH and FL to the '08 itinerary and Chris Cagle pencils in 2008 appearances for San Antonio, Fort Worth, Denver and Uncasville.

Collective Soul play Canada in February; Diamond Rio add Texas Christmas show dates; The Cribs tour the U.K. in February and Glen Campbell travels to Australia in February.

Let's recap.

The day started off kind of slow, but with good reason. Staffers were late, data flow was slow and not all of us were completely dressed until maybe 10 or 11 a.m. But hey, that's the biz.

And it was a good day for the tour date business. We started with new dates for Supersuckers, George Lopez and Rick Springfield and by midday we had posted shows for Vince Neil, George Carlin, Heart, Brian Copeland, Jeff Healey & The Jazz Wizards, The Used, Raul Malo, Engelbert Humperdinck, silverchair and Patti Page.

But it was the afternoon when things really started to pop. That's when we posted new shows for Linkin Park, Editors, The Police, The Mars Volta, Hayden, Junkie XL, Gallows, Xavier Rudd, and Three Days Grace.

And that wraps things up for November 27, 2007 (or 2008 depending on which space / time continuum you live in). Have a safe Tuesday evening and we hope you can join us tomorrow. Be seeing you!

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