Indie rockers Walk The Moon will be busy this summer. The band will spend the majority of the summer months making stops at major music festivals across the country, as well as their own headlining run, the Work This Body Tour, which is set to launch on May 26 in San Diego and will wrap up on August 20 in Cleveland, Ohio. The band, who will be joined by indie-pop act MisterWives for nearly all of their headlining dates, will also play handful of festival stops this summer.
Appearances include performances at Sunfest in West Palm Beach, Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama, BottleRock Festival in Napa, California and Osheaga Music Festival in Montreal, QC. The band's numerous festival stops are a testament to their growing popularity, and their ticket prices are a solid reflection of how much the band has grown since the release of their 2014 album, Talking is Hard.
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Across all of their 25 headlining concerts, Walk The Moon tickets are averaging $109 on the secondary market. The band's most expensive stop is scheduled to be their July 29 stop at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston, where tickets are averaging $138, with the cheapest ticket priced at $51. Their cheapest performance is slated to be their August 6 stop at Uptown Amphitheatre at the NC Music Factory, where tickets are averaging $52, with the cheapest ticket priced at $35, according to data provided by TiqIQ.
To compare, the band's festival appearances are significantly more expensive. A 3-day pass to BottleRock Napa Valley is currently averaging $316, with the cheapest pass available for $177, while a 3-day pass to Shaky Knees is averaging $316, with the cheapest pace priced at $192. Fans driving to the festival can find parking in Atlanta on ParkWhiz, where rates start for as low as $18.
Most recently, Walk The Moon made headlines when they teamed up with Zumba for a choreography video for the band's single (and tour name) "Work This Body." The video is designed to help participants break a sweat at their next class or at home.