Average Ticket Prices
Squirrel Nut Zippers $35.23      Five Finger Death Punch $53.80      Keith Urban $50.92      Theresa Caputo $63.02      Kanye West $86.65      Fall Out Boy $48.03      Sia $78.98      Jerry Seinfeld $94.72      Chase Rice $29.33      Arbor Labor Union $9.45      Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox $55.21      Drake $112.08      Griz $29.65      Chris Isaak $53.82      Dolly Parton $80.11      "Welcome To Night Vale" $28.88      Rob Thomas $39.80      Tori Kelly $30.41      Ben Rector $27.28      Big Gigantic $32.76      Matt Nathanson $35.32      Local Natives $29.64      Jimmy Buffett $67.40      Twiddle $21.16      "Winter Jam" $14.62      Junior Brown $25.25      Foreigner $59.80      Alton Brown $60.65      "Hits Deep Tour" $28.13      Graham Nash $61.90      Black Sabbath $71.12      LANY $16.59      Catfish And The Bottlemen $21.86      Brandi Carlile $45.09      Lil Wayne $51.07      Andrew Bird $39.13      STS9 $33.56      Buckethead $22.34      Aaron Lewis $42.79      Tobymac $28.13      Inter Arma $10.16      Gaelic Storm $30.95      Zac Brown Band $52.75      Adele $111.58      Martin Lawrence $70.80      Shawn Mendes $38.96      The Lumineers $35.07      Ray LaMontagne $47.35      Sarah Neufeld $14.76      Tegan And Sara $36.45      
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Midday Update

10:44 AM Thursday 10/18/07 | |

Spice Girls add dates in the U.K., Colbie Caillat goes to Europe and Alejandro Sanz slots 2008 dates for Boston and D.C. All this and more in your morning update.

Manchester, England, loves The Spice Girls. And the ladies love the city back with two additional dates.

Los Tigres Del Norte adds 2008 dates for Chicago and San Antonio.

New Euro dates for Colbie Caillat including shows in Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, Cologne and London.

Seattle's "The End 1077 Deck The Hall Ball" radio holiday show firms up its lineup.

We've also posted new dates for Ricochet, Fiction Plane, Mark Farner, River City Rebels, Sammy Kershaw, Ray Price, Pam Tillis, Confederate Railroad and Brian Setzer Orchestra. And the day is still young!

The Cult Of J&H

On an unrelated note - Back in the old days when snail mail was the service people used when they absolutely, positively needed it there, oh, sometime next week, music industry executives received an unsolicited package containing a cassette tape from someone claiming to be the head of "J&H Productions."

While Mr. J&H never materialized, that original tape became the stuff legends are made of. Today, the mysterious J&H Productions has many cult-like followers who have created tributes to their favorite unknown concert promoter. Below is just one of the many legacies left behind by good ol' J&H.

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