Consisting of founding members Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and a strong supporting cast of touring musicians, The Who are knee-deep on their 50th Anniversary Tour and are slated to make their next stop at the American Airlines Center in Dallas this Saturday. Fans looking to purchase last minute tickets will be greeted with tumbling ticket prices on the secondary market, as The Who American Airlines Center tickets have fallen more than 12% on average since Wednesday.
According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for The Who Dallas tickets is now $134.04. That marks a price drop of 12.4% from yesterday’s average price of $153.13. For those hoping to just get past the gates and into the show, the cheapest available ticket is currently listed for $31.
The tour continues its first North American leg through the end of May, playing 13 more shows in the U.S. over that time period. The band will return stateside in October, where it will make 24 stops in the U.S. and Canada through November 4, ultimately wrapping at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.