Average Ticket Prices
STS9 $36.36      The Ghost Inside $17.99      Cody Johnson $13.56      Lettuce $22.68      Pierce The Veil $29.71      Nickel Creek $42.00      John Mellencamp $87.55      Dailey & Vincent $26.52      Chris Tomlin $28.59      Marc Anthony $101.43      Cold War Kids $24.31      Dark Star Orchestra $29.26      Clint Black $48.98      Kongos $20.40      The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus $14.78      Ron White $53.80      Jason Isbell $37.33      Pitbull $83.36      Boston $49.54      Drive-By Truckers $27.61      "So You Think You Can Dance" $55.04      Shakey Graves $15.32      Willie Nelson $61.49      The Time Jumpers $34.57      Widespread Panic $47.64      Tribal Seeds $17.55      Jack White $50.00      ZZ Top $68.41      Lucinda Williams $39.87      Austin Mahone $48.53      Brantley Gilbert $34.01      Bob Dylan $94.03      Mary Chapin Carpenter $47.88      Judas Priest $54.58      Matisyahu $28.43      Santana $83.97      Styx $38.82      Journey $61.30      Katy Perry $104.39      Heart $54.10      "Move Live On Tour" $46.60      Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band $69.44      Jeff Daniels $35.74      The Australian Pink Floyd Show $42.31      "Dancing With The Stars" $55.34      Gwar $22.10      Pepper $29.28      Peter Hook $24.25      Silverstein $18.16      Chevelle $29.71      
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Your Latest Update

03:01 PM Wednesday 10/24/07 | |

It's been a busy afternoon at the ol' Pollstar.com ranch, with new dates for Helmet, Mannheim Steamroller and a wicked, wicked run for Witchcraft!

We just posted more dates for Drowning Pool; a couple of new ones for Keith Urban and 5 new 2008 dates for Peter & Gordon.

We also have new show listings for James McMurtry, Invitro and John Lee Hooker, Jr.

Incubus will go to Australia next year; Westlife adds yet more UK shows for 2008 and Broken Social Scene picks up a November Baltimore date.

Other updated artist and band schedules include Big John Mills, Ancient Harmony, Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers, Pat Travers, Queens Of The Stone Age and Jason Ricci & New Blood.

New data is pouring in faster than Marie Osmond can drop to the floor! Be sure to check out our final update of the day coming up in a couple of hours.

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