Average Ticket Prices
They Might Be Giants $24.27      Machine Head $22.89      Death Cab For Cutie $42.05      Bob Dylan $84.53      The Great Zucchini $5.11      Ratatat $29.51      August Burns Red $23.33      Ron White $55.03      Rascal Flatts $36.32      ThePianoGuys $51.56      Keith Sweat $59.99      Slightly Stoopid $30.73      Waka Flocka Flame $22.44      Moon Hooch $11.25      Kacey Musgraves $33.56      Papa Roach $38.72      Heart $59.40      Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club $47.91      Zedd $41.82      "Dancing With The Stars" $59.03      Chris Tomlin $31.17      Nicki Minaj $45.00      Morgan Heritage $19.21      Twin Shadow $20.03      SOJA $29.42      Shinedown $41.23      Datsik $26.75      Luke Bryan $55.48      Imagine Dragons $52.97      Motion City Soundtrack $22.93      Griz $25.76      Third Day $33.27      Floetry $38.23      Widespread Panic $46.40      Here Come The Mummies $25.19      Brit Floyd $41.67      New Kids On The Block $60.32      Jason Aldean $69.79      Ricardo Arjona $80.69      Gregory Alan Isakov $21.01      My Morning Jacket $44.67      Sturgill Simpson $25.06      David Sedaris $45.13      Kenny Chesney $85.37      Above & Beyond $42.25      Mannheim Steamroller $55.94      The Kooks $29.77      Shpongle $23.57      Aaron Pritchett $26.13      Ralphie May $33.47      
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Featured Music Festivals

Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
Fort Worth, TX 1/15 - 2/6
Narrows Winter Blues Festival
Fall River, MA 1/15 - 1/16
Winter Folk Festival
Florence, OR 1/16 - 1/17
South Florida Folk Festival
Fort Lauderdale, FL 1/16 - 1/17
Sunshine Music Festival
Florida 1/16 - 1/17
Dreamstate
San Francisco, CA 1/16 - 1/17
Globalfest
New York, NY 1/17
South Coast Jazz Festival
Shoreham, United Kingdom 1/21 - 1/24
Luke Bryan's Crash My Playa
Riviera Maya, Mexico 1/22 - 1/26
Nepal Deathfest
Kathmandu, Nepal 1/22 - 1/23
Les Transardentes
Liege, Belgium 1/23
Luckenbach Blues Festival
Fredericksburg, TX 1/23
Sugar Mountain Festival
South Bank, Australia 1/23
Beechworth Music Festival
Beechworth, Australia 1/23
Ticked Off Music Fest
Honolulu, HI 1/23
Electric Gardens Festival (Australia)
Sydney, Australia 1/23
Gravity Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand 1/23
Calibash Festival
Los Angeles, CA 1/24
Rock Boat
Miami, FL 1/26 - 1/31
The Rocks Australia Day
Sydney, Australia 1/26
TradFest
Dublin, Ireland 1/27 - 1/31
X Games (Aspen)
Aspen, CO 1/27 - 1/31
Zac Brown Band Castaway With Southern Ground
Quintana Roo, Mexico 1/27 - 1/30
Eat You Alive Festival
Wakefield, United Kingdom 1/28 - 1/31
Ann Arbor Folk Festival
Ann Arbor, MI 1/29 - 1/30
Winter Hoot
Olivebridge, NY 1/29 - 1/31
Festival Antigel
Geneva, Switzerland 1/29 - 2/14
Riot LA Comedy Festival
Los Angeles, CA 1/29 - 1/31
St. Jerome's Laneway Festival
International 1/30 - 2/14
Country Jam (Florida)
Naples, FL 1/30



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