Average Ticket Prices
City and Colour $41.62      Doobie Brothers $49.49      Paul McCartney $134.86      Cody Johnson $13.42      Jason Mraz $65.45      Rob Thomas $69.19      Rising Appalachia $16.72      Jake Owen $33.54      Goo Goo Dolls $41.10      Ms. Lauryn Hill $59.59      The Mavericks $41.33      Gov't Mule $35.04      Earth, Wind & Fire $59.96      Austin Mahone $48.27      Luke Bryan $48.34      OneRepublic $35.40      Death From Above 1979 $30.56      Old Crow Medicine Show $34.69      The War On Drugs $20.10      Lyle Lovett $57.53      Hunter Hayes $38.01      Blake Shelton $50.68      The Polish Ambassador $19.19      The Stray Birds $14.49      Jeff Dunham $66.53      Dierks Bentley $36.68      Steep Canyon Rangers $58.66      Styx $39.95      The Black Lips $18.38      Reel Big Fish $21.95      The Texas Tenors $52.25      Shakey Graves $14.61      Zoso - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience $16.31      Jesse Cook $38.12      Matisyahu $28.65      Bastille $31.61      "Monster Energy Outbreak Tour" $20.64      Garrison Keillor $54.50      "Southern Soul Assembly" $31.94      Beck $53.01      Lana Del Rey $52.22      Gabriel Iglesias $48.20      Gavin DeGraw $37.07      Phantogram $25.29      Alan Jackson $60.81      Chiodos $17.93      Charlie Wilson $64.92      Little Big Town $41.23      Drive-By Truckers $27.10      Ian Anderson $67.11      
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Your Latest Update

03:01 PM Tuesday 11/6/07 | |

New concert listings for Blue Rodeo, Joe Jackson, Xavier Rudd and Blind Melon star in your latest update from Pollstar.com!

Let's star with Xavier Rudd. The Australian artist has added several Ontario stops, including Toronto, London, Ottawa and Thunder Bay to his 2008 calendar; Stephen And Other Dummies travels to SC, GA, NC and OH next winter and New York Dolls has a twofer in NYC - Dec. 28 & 29 at Fillmore New York At Irving Plaza.

The Cult slot Anaheim for early December; Joe Jackson will cruise through Europe in March and Blue Rodeo is adding dates for January and February like there's no tomorrow.

Robin Trower plans on San Diego during the first week of February; Trisha Yearwood marks down Lowell, MA, for March and Blind Melon adds PA, NJ, VA, NC, GA and FL to its late fall schedule.

During the past two hours we also updated the itineraries for Ahmad Jamal, Atreyu, Hubert Sumlin, Garaj Mahal, Mannheim Steamroller, Michael Buble, moe., NOFX, The High Court, The Lee Boys, Twisted Sister and Van Hunt, plus more artists and bands than we have pixels to list in this update.

And that's your latest update. Be sure to catch our end-of-day wrap up - The Closing Bell - coming up around 5 PM (PST) from Pollstar.com!

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