It will be a huge upcoming two weeks for pop singer Adele, who takes her 2016 North American tour to Staples Center in Los Angeles for eight shows between August 5 and 21. The 28-year old has been no stranger to massive ticket demand across her U.S. and Canadian run, and her week-long stay in Los Angeles will be no different. In fact, Adele tickets on TiqIQ are so expensive that her SoCal shows will be among her most expensive shows of tour yet.
As it stands now, the average price for Adele tickets on the secondary market across all eight Los Angeles shows is $592.63. No L.A.-based gig will own an average price below $400, with the cheapest priced at $445.33 on Wednesday, August 10.
Since beginning her North American run last month, only seven other shows have posted a higher average ticket price than her cheapest-priced stop in L.A. Among those top-priced gigs included Rogers Arena on July 21 ($846.87), United Center on July 13 ($569.62) and Oracle Arena on August 2 ($566.64).
Adele will play her most expensive Staples Center show tonight, where tickets are averaging $774.99 and the “get-in” price, or cheapest available ticket, is listed from $227. No other gig over the next week will post a get-in price over $200. An August 9 show currently owns the cheapest tickets at $108 each.
Following her residency in Los Angeles, Adele will make 34 more stops in the U.S. and Canada through mid November. A six-night affair is also on tap at Madison Square Garden in September, each of which serve as her most expensive shows of the entire tour leg. Each MSG stop currently owns an average ticket price above $900, with the cheapest tickets listed from $342 each.