Due to high ticket demand, Stevie Wonder extended his Songs in the Key of Life North American 2015 tour in August by adding 20 additional North American dates scheduled from September 30 to November 24. The demand remains high for the legendary R&B-soul singer, as tickets to see Stevie Wonder are averaging just under $200 on the secondary market, according to data provided by TiqIQ. Tickets are on sale now!
Stevie Wonder's tour marks the 38th and 39th anniversary of his Grammy-winning 1976 double-LP, Songs in the Key of Life, and the tour features a full performance of the album. The tour is also running in support of the celebration of Wonder's eighteenth studio album. The double LP is one of Wonder's best-selling albums, having gone 10x platinum by selling more than 10 million records worldwide, according to Rolling Stone.
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Currently, Steve Wonder's most expensive date on the tour calendar is his October 14 stop at The Prudential Center in New Jersey, where a ticket is averaging $229 with a get-in price of $46. Tickets across the map are notably consistent, as the cheapest show is his November 5 performance at the Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas where an average ticket is $108, with a get-in price of $51. His final show at New York City's infamous Madison Square Garden is averaging $199, with a get-in of $65. To compare, Stevie Wonder's last North American tour run averaged $185 between March and April on the secondary market.
The musical legend has been a hot topic of conversation, not just for his upcoming tour dates, but for his comedic ability. This week, Stevie Wonder was a guest on James Corden's recurring bit on The Late Late Show called Carpool Karaoke, where Corden hilariously drives around with musical greats. Wonder and Corden sang a handful of his famous tracks including "Superstition," "Isn't She Lovely" and "Sir Duke."