Average Ticket Prices
Darkside $22.19      Miranda Lambert $38.21      Backstreet Boys $46.70      Kari Jobe $26.19      The Steel Wheels $19.05      The Band Perry $42.55      ThePianoGuys $43.82      Keith Urban $51.33      Kings Of Leon $54.48      Beyoncé $120.80      George Thorogood & The Destroyers $46.09      Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue $31.27      Drive-By Truckers $27.36      Chris Tomlin $28.36      Pink $86.43      Neon Trees $22.62      Brit Floyd $40.91      Elton John $111.62      The Wonder Years $17.56      J.J. Grey & Mofro $26.10      The 1975 $19.52      Theresa Caputo $67.22      Tegan And Sara $35.36      Sleeping With Sirens $22.73      Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons $70.50      Shakey Graves $13.60      Zoé $35.82      Alton Brown $50.55      Salute To Vienna $73.49      Lotus $25.20      Kanye West $85.60      OneRepublic $40.86      Lyle Lovett $58.68      The Mavericks $42.78      The Infamous Stringdusters $20.94      Kirko Bangz $22.51      Danny Bhoy $38.34      Zeds Dead $31.36      The Neighbourhood $22.92      Jennifer Nettles $52.96      Griz $23.09      Dailey & Vincent $24.41      Pat Metheny Unity Group $61.53      Frank Turner $24.96      Il Volo $60.07      Yonder Mountain String Band $31.02      Blue October $26.40      Jim Gaffigan $46.28      Grouplove $26.22      Celtic Woman $57.81      
See all average ticket prices

From Australia: A Counter Revolution And Hints Of Eminem Touring

01:01 PM Tuesday 8/30/11 |   |

Although the Soundwave Revolution festival is canceled, organizers have something smaller in mind to replace it. Meanwhile, folks are talking about Eminem possibly coming to the land of ‘roos and Foster’s

Soundwave Becomes Counter Revolution

Organisers of the canceled Soundwave Revolution in Australia are holding a smaller, three-city event called Counter Revolution.

Original headliners Van Halen, Hole and Machine Head are not coming. But the new event includes Panic! At The Disco, All Time Low, Yellowcard, Story of the Year, Face To Face and others.

Bad Religion, who on online posts made clear their annoyance that Soundwave Revolution was canceled without their knowledge, say they plan to tour “sooner than later” but with another promoter.

Eminem Rumors Heat Up

Rumours of an Eminem visit during the Australian summer heated up in recent weeks.

The Triple M radio network suggested the rapper would either perform on a headlining tour in December (most likely for Dainty Consolidated Entertainment) or as headliner of the six-city Big Day Out tour a month later.

Over the Aug. 27 weekend, the Ticketek agency flashed an enigmatic “My Name Is?” page. It featured the rapper’s recognizable logo, and was linked to a Waitlist where customers could sign up for presales.

The teaser attracted 300 “likes” before it disappeared.

  • Eminem

    53rd Annual Grammy Awards, Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.
    February 13, 2011

    (AP Photo)

    | 

To add to the mystery, an Australian website eminemtour.com.au, which directs to a Facebook page, also appeared.


Comments