Average Ticket Prices
Eric Church $58.74      G-Eazy $32.42      Kip Moore $32.27      Adia Victoria $9.91      Cyndi Lauper $60.01      Beyoncé $123.63      Snoop Dogg $27.24      Get The Led Out - American Led Zeppelin $30.12      Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox $55.07      Beach House $32.26      Arbor Labor Union $9.45      Doobie Brothers $61.44      Dave Matthews Band $49.14      Kevin Morby $12.36      Fitz And The Tantrums $31.18      Explosions In The Sky $28.66      Thao & The Get Down Stay Down $17.51      Britney Spears $145.81      Dolly Parton $79.79      Alton Brown $60.65      Illenium $18.68      Tegan And Sara $36.45      Tommy Emmanuel $42.18      Theresa Caputo $63.41      The Piano Guys $59.26      K.Flay $13.86      The Time Jumpers $28.37      John Prine $72.51      Phillip Phillips $35.36      Felly $18.79      The Infamous Stringdusters $27.71      Ray LaMontagne $47.35      Coldplay $96.32      Moon Hooch $14.79      Brad Paisley $33.77      Inter Arma $10.16      Mumford & Sons $48.80      David Bazan $16.43      Dance Gavin Dance $20.23      Robert Ellis $14.45      Robert Earl Keen $48.20      Underoath $25.52      Rebelution $29.05      Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons $70.22      Tory Lanez $28.14      Brian Wilson $69.40      Porter Robinson $36.36      Andrew Bird $39.04      Kanye West $86.52      Deftones $39.73      
See all average ticket prices

Nickelback Here & Now In Europe

05:01 PM Friday 3/23/12 | |

Nickelback will be sticking around Europe a bit longer this fall thanks to addition of five new arena shows in the United Kingdom.

The Canadian rock band’s “Here & Now Tour” is in support of the group’s seventh studio album of the same name. Here and Now was released in November on Roadrunner/Universal Music Canada. Earlier this week Nickelback premiered music videos for two tunes from the new album – “Lullaby” and “This Means War.” Check out the video for “Lullaby” at the end of this post.

Marking the band’s first dates in Europe since February 2010, the European leg of the trek begins Sept. 6 in Brussels, Belgium, at the Ancienne Belgique.

Stops on the route include Paris (Sept. 7); Amsterdam, Netherlands (Sept. 9); Copenhagen, Denmark (Sept. 11); Stockholm, Sweden (Sept. 12); Helsinki, Finland (Sept. 16); Hamburg, Germany (Sept. 19); Stuttgart, Germany (Sept. 25); Munich, Germany (Sept. 26) and Zurich, Switzerland (Sept. 28).

The new U.K. dates are scheduled at The O2 – London Oct. 1; Birmingham’s The NIA Oct. 2; Manchester Arena Oct. 4; Newcastle upon Tyne at Metro Radio Arena Oct. 5; and Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena Oct. 7.

“We can’t wait to get back and play in the UK,” vocalist/guitarist Chad Kroeger said. “Our shows there have always been some of the most memorable for us and it’s all because of the fans.”

U.S. and Canadian dates are scheduled April 10 through July 30.

Fan club pre-sale tickets for Sweden and Germany are on sale now. Denmark’s fan club pre-sale begins March 26. The rest of the European shows go on sale to fan club members March 27. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning March 30.

For more information visit Nickelback.com.


Comments



Artists Mentioned in this article