(UPDATE 8/26/15) It has been a tumultuous last few days for One Directioners across the globe, who were dealt with news that the group plan to take an extended hiatus following the release of their upcoming record next year. Just nine dates remain on their “On the Road Again” Tour, and ticket prices have remained firm on the secondary market in the wake of their hiatus announcement over the weekend.
The average secondary market price for One Direction tickets across the final nine dates is now $216.88, which marks just a 2% drop in price over the last month. The group will play their most expensive show on September 12 at Gillette Stadium, which also serves as the final date of tour. That show has a median price of $442.20, 104% above tour average, and a $45 get-in price. Other top-priced dates include September 1 at Lincoln Financial Field ($346.78 avg./$51 get-in) and August 29 at Ford Field ($224.41 avg./$55 get-in).
A September 8 stop at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa will be the most affordable show. The Canadian-based gig has an average price of $67.44 and a $13 get-in price. It is the only show remaining that averages below $100, as the second cheapest show comes just one day later at Canadian Tire Centre ($105.16 avg./$26 get-in).
One Direction Tickets for Upcoming Shows in Ohio, Toronto and Chicago Averaging $179 on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 8/18/15) One Direction will take their “On the Road Again” Tour across both the U.S. and Canada this week. The quartet is set to play Ohio Stadium tonight before heading up north to Toronto’s Rogers Centre on Thursday night. They’ll wrap their week with a show at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday night. Over the three-show affair, the average price for One Direction tickets on TiqIQ is $179.36.
Just under 1,000 tickets still remain on the secondary market for the band’s show in Ohiotonight. According to TiqIQ the average secondary price for last-minute One Direction tickets at Ohio Stadium is now $167.04 and the cheapest available is $30. The band will travel to Toronto on Thursday, where tickets own a secondary average of $180.72 and get-in price starts at $32. Sunday night’s gig at Soldier Field has an average price of $181.67 and get-in price is $46.
13 more dates remain on the “On the Road Again” Tour, which continues in North America through September 12. The group will play another three shows next week, splitting time at Miller Park, FirstEnergy Stadium and Ford Field.
One Direction Announce 2015 “On The Road Again” North American Tour Dates
Earlier today via their website, One Direction announced dates for a 2015 tour. Dates include 17 in the United State with many other international stops along the way. Besides the dates below, stops in Los Angeles, Toronto and Miami have been rumored.
As of now the tour is set to start on February 7 at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia, and run until September 12 when they play at Gillette Stadium.
One Direction tickets are available for some shows already and more should hit the secondary market in the coming days. The primary market presale is set for tomorrow, with tickets going on sale to the general public on November 1st. Below is a full list of dates and shows with available tickets:
- June 10, 2015 – Vienna, Austria, Ernst-Happel-Stadion
- June 13, 2015 – Brussels, Belgium, King Baudouin Stadium
- June 16, 2015 – Horsens, Denmark, CASA Arena
- June 19, 2015 – Oslo, Norway, Ullevaal Stadion
- June 23, 2015 – Gothenburg, Sweden, Ullevi
- June 27, 2015 – Helsinki, Finland, Olympiastadion
- July 9, 2015 – San Diego, California, Qualcomm Stadium
- July 11, 2015 – San Francisco, California, Levi’s Stadium
- July 15, 2015 – Seattle, Washington, CenturyLink Field
- July 26, 2015 – Minneapolis, Minnesota, TCF Bank Stadium
- July 28, 2015 – Kansas City, Missouri, Arrowhead Stadium
- July 31, 2015 – Indianapolis, Indiana, Lucas Oil Stadium
- August 2, 2015 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Heinz Field
- August 5, 2015 – East Rutherford, New Jersey, Metlife Stadium
- August 8, 2015 – Baltimore, Maryland, M&T Bank Stadium
- August 18, 2015 – Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Stadium
- August 23, 2015 – Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
- August 25, 2015 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Miller Park
- August 27, 2015 – Cleveland, Ohio, FirstEnergy Stadium
- August 29, 2015 – Detroit, Michigan, Ford Field
- Sept 1, 2015 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Field
- Sept 3, 2015 – Buffalo, New York, Ralph Wilson Stadium
- Sept 12, 2015 – Boston, Massachusetts, Gillette Stadium
And here’s a list of previously announced intentional dates:
- February 7, 2015 – Sydney, Australia Allianz Stadium
- February 8, 2015 – Sydney, Australia Allianz Stadium
- February 11, 2015 – Brisbane, Australia Suncorp Stadium
- February 14, 2015 – Melbourne, Australia Etihad Stadium
- February 15, 2015 – Melbourne, Australia Etihad Stadium
- February 17, 2015 – Adelaide, Australia AAMi Stadium
- February 20, 2015 – Perth, Australia Patersons Stadium
- February 24, 2015 – Osaka, Japan Osaka Dome
- February 25, 2015 – Osaka, Japan Osaka Dome
- February 27, 2015 – Tokyo, Japan Saitama Super Arena
- February 28, 2015 – Tokyo, Japan Saitama Super Arena
- March 1, 2015 – Tokyo, Japan Saitama Super Arena
- March 11, 2015 – Singapore National Stadium
- March 14, 2015 – Bangkok, Thailand Rajamangala Stadium
- March 18, 2015 – Hong Kong Asia World Expo
- March 21, 2015 – Manila, Philippines Mall Of Asia Concert Ground
- March 22, 2015 – Manila, Philippines Mall Of Asia Concert Grounds
- March 25, 2015 – Jakarta, Indonesia Stadium Utama Gelora Bung Karno
- March 28, 2015 – Johannesburg, South Africa FNB Stadium
- March 29, 2015 – Johannesburg, South Africa FNB Stadium
- April 1, 2015 – Cape Town, South Africa Cape Town Stadium
- April 4, 2015 – Dubai, UAE 7HE Sevens
An Update on One Direction’s Upcoming “Where We Are” Tour
As we get closer to turning the pages on the month of March, we are also getting closer to One Direction’s 2014 “Where We Are” Stadium Tour. The boy band will begin touring North America beginning in August with two stops at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, and will wrap everything up at SunLife Stadium in Miami on October 5th. For those individuals interested in purchasing One Direction tickets for the tour, here’s a brief rundown on which shows are going to cost you the most, and which shows have some pretty good bargains.
In terms of average ticket price, the most expensive North American show is the open on August 1st in Toronto. According to Razorgator, the average ticket price is currently $488 with a little over 10,000 tickets available on the secondary market. Though the average price is so high, the get-in price is a much more reasonable $65, so Toronto fans don’t have to break the bank to see their favorite boys play.
Another high priced show is at the Bank of Oklahoma Center on September 23rd. Since the BOK Center holds significantly less people than a large football stadium, the quantity is much smaller and is thereby driving price up. The average ticket price is currently $487 with a get-in price of $170.
If you’re looking for some bargains for the upcoming “Where We Are Tour,” there’s certainly plenty to be had. The cheapest show by average price is August 17th at Ford Field with an average ticket price of $170. The get-in price is $49, so not a huge drop off from the Rogers Centre performance. Another comparatively cheap show is August 14th at Lincoln Financial Field with an average ticket price of $191 and a get in price of only $50. Shows at Gillete Stadium (August 9th) and LP Field (August 19th) also have get in prices below $50, so those are the concerts to check out if you’re on a budget.
We’ll keep you updated on One Direction’s upcoming tour and so make sure to find your way back to our blog whenever you can!