Red Hot Chili Peppers photo by Philip Cosores
Though it’s hard to tell by looking at the Northeast right now, Spring Break has officially begun. While some will be heading for warmer climates, beaches, and boats, diehard music fans see the vacation as a chance to get out to some of the most anticipated concerts of the year. To help you plan your budget, Vivid Seats has figured out the average price of sold tickets through their online marketplace for the biggest draws in select markets.
For example, anyone hoping to catch Green Day with Against Me! at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center should be ready to shell out $152 a ticket. Catching Red Hot Chili Peppers in Seattle will set you back even more at $191. Those with a bit tighter allowance could catch The Lumineers for $81 in Milwaukee or the incredible Game of Thrones Live concert experience for just $88 in San Antonio. Right in the middle of the pack sit two of the best options: Tickets to see Wilco at New York’s gorgeous Beacon Theatre are only $127, while seeing Ariana Grande at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena is even less expensive at $122 a pop.
While the prices are listed for a specific city, they’re a decent gauge for what tickets will cost for any of these artists as they travel around North America this spring. Check out the complete infographic below, and head to Vivid Seats for all your concert and music festival ticket needs.