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Juan Gabriel’s ‘Bienvenidos al Noa Noa’ Tour: Tickets Continue to Climb on Sale Now!

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Mexican singer and composer Juan Gabriel is currently on the road playing live shows for his Bienvenidos al Noa Noa tour until early December. The tour kicked off in Los Angeles on Friday, September 11 and will close out on December 6 at the Don Haskins Center, in El Paso, Texas. The famous singer is set to play major dates at New York City's Madison Square Garden, American Airlines Center in Dallas and the Pepsi Center in Denver. Gabriel is considered one of the most successful singer-songwriters of all time, and his ticket sales are one of the biggest examples of that recognition, as tickets to see Juan Gabriel are climbing in price and now average $217 on the resale market.


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The 65-year-old singer has a big demand in the state of Texas, where he currently resides. The most expensive date on Gabriel's tour is his November 11 stop at the State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas, where an average ticket is $374 with a get-in of $95. Not far behind that date is his November 15 stop at the Toyota Center in Dallas, where an average ticket is $303, with a get-in of $105. The cheapest stop on the tour is still pricey -- it is currently Gabriel's November 7 show at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri -- where an average ticket is $147, with a get-in of $87, according to data provided by TiqIQ. No matter which tour date fans are attending, Hipmunk.com has the travel arrangements necessary for any date. Hipmunk has cheap Dallas flights for his November 11th show, hotels in Kansas City on Hipmunk from $59 for his cheapest show in Missouri and much more.

The past February, Juan Gabriel finished up his Volver Tour in North America, and the resale ticket prices were similarly competitive, averaging $202 across all of his dates. His priciest date was again in Dallas, where tickets averaged $468.

Last month, it was announced that Juan Gabriel and Elton John are planning to work together for Gabriel's upcoming album, Amor Eterno, as reported by the Latin Times.

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