Average Ticket Prices
The Band Perry $42.61      The Wild Feathers $14.17      The Mavericks $42.37      Backstreet Boys $49.34      Justin Moore $33.52      The 1975 $19.72      Beyoncé $117.39      Neutral Milk Hotel $35.63      Pink $86.43      Trans-Siberian Orchestra $54.20      Brit Floyd $40.91      Il Divo $67.71      Mötley Crüe $51.55      Skillet $27.79      The Polish Ambassador $16.64      Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds $54.58      Old 97's $23.29      Attila $16.04      Sleeping With Sirens $22.73      Shawn Colvin $49.41      "So You Think You Can Dance" $52.82      Tesseract $14.71      Randy Rogers Band $23.78      Charlie Wilson $61.97      Nickel Creek $40.31      Gavin DeGraw $37.60      Alice In Chains $48.91      J. Cole $49.96      John Mayer $59.67      Fitz And The Tantrums $25.21      Celtic Thunder $60.28      Bryan Adams $55.38      Crizzly $23.38      Foreigner $45.90      Zeds Dead $33.35      Jeff Dunham $48.81      Skrillex $44.75      Pat Metheny Unity Group $59.24      Beats Antique $21.73      Bill Cosby $56.86      Dave Matthews Band $56.07      Styx $45.72      G-Eazy $18.41      Break Science $16.69      Indigo Girls $45.70      Justin Timberlake $115.05      The Avett Brothers $45.94      Killswitch Engage $35.71      Demi Lovato $46.26      Danny Bhoy $38.34      
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The Closing Bell

05:01 PM Tuesday 2/3/09 |   |

Well, it’s about that time. Time to close up the ol’ Pollstar.com compound, turn out the lights and unleash the guard armadillos. But before we call it quits for the day, we want to tell you about new dates for Billy Squier, Dwight Yoakam, Estelle and Franz Ferdinand, and links to items about Australian police defending their drug-sniffing dogs, another photo problem for Miley Cyrus, Duff McKagan’s new gig and the rocker who splits his time between Iron Butterfly and his church.

Link-O-Rama …

Australian police defend use of drug sniffer dogs at Big Day Out festival – The West Australian

Looks like another Miley Cyrus photo scandal is erupting. This time for allegedly mocking Asians – Reuters

  • Miley Cyrus

    Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif.
    October 5, 2008

    (AP Photo)

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Duff McKagan has a new gig. The Velvet Revolver bass-man is Playboy’s new financial columnist – XBIZ Newswire

Current Iron Butterfly frontman / keyboard player is a rocker during the week, church organist on Sundays – The Orange County Register

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Hip-hop artist, producer, r&b singer ... heck, we’ll just call her Estelle. The Brit sensation updates today with new listings for the U.S. and Canada. New on the touring calendar is March 2 in Seattle at the Showbox At The Market; March 3 in Vancouver, British Columbia, at Vogue Theatre, March 6 in Anaheim at House of Blues and March 9 in Dallas at House of Blues.

Billy Squier loads up on summer dates. New ones for the man who unleashed “The Stroke” on an unsuspecting world in the early ‘80s include June 23 in Vernona, New York, at Turning Stone Resort & Casino; June 27 & 28 in Walker, Minnesota, at Northern Lights Casino; August 7 in Norman, Oklahoma, at Riverwind Casino and August 8 in Thackerville at Winstar World Casino.

Franz Ferdinand adds U.S. dates for April and May. Stops include April 15 in Oakland at the Fox Theater, April 28 in Minneapolis at First Avenue, May 3 in Pontiac at Clutch Cargo’s and May 7 in NYC at Roseland Ballroom.

And we have a few new dates for Dwight Yoakam – March 20 in Reno at Silver Legacy Resort Casino; April 11 in Winterhaven, California, at Paradise Casino, April 18 in West Wendover, Nevada, at Peppermill Concert Hall and April 25 in Albuquerque at Isleta Casino & Resort.

During the day we also updated the schedules for Diplo, David Allan Coe, BulletBoys, Aaron Tippin, Finding Fiction, Graham Drout, Guy Forsyth, Howie Day, Jack's Mannequin, Jo Dee Messina, Josh Gracin, Michael W. Smith, Of Montreal, Pat Green, Pat Travers, Ray Price, Q-Tip, Silverstein, Steven Curtis Chapman, Toubab Krewe, Travis, Yonder Mountain String Band – to drop a few names.

  • Pat Green

    But Pat Green gives his fans lots of crossover tunes at Columbia, S.C.'s Rivers Music Festival.
    April 22, 2006

    (Chris McKay / concertshots.com)

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That’s a wrap for Tuesday, February 3, 2009. Thank you for supporting our little concert Web site and we hope you can join us tomorrow for more fresh concert data. G’night!


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