Zac Brown Band, Mumford & Sons and Dave Matthews Band are some of the biggest names in music, and all three acts have become touring staples for fans each summer, effortlessly filling stadiums and amphitheatres. With tours launching over the next few weeks, tickets to see each act may be at their most affordable prices. Below is a breakdown of each tour, with pricing information provided by ticket aggregator TiqIQ.
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Zac Brown Band | Blackout The Sun Tour | May 19-September 3 | Average Price: $164
Last summer, Zac Brown Band toured the U.S. extensively on one of the most popular tours of the year, the Jekyll + Hyde Tour. Impressively, the tour ranked on the 16th spot for Top North American Tours of 2015, according to a report from Pollstar. On May 19, the band will hit the road again for their Black Out The Sun Tour, which is slated to extend out until September 3. Zac Brown Band will bring along Drake White and The Big Fire for all dates, which will launch at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford. As it stands, tickets to see Zac Brown Band are averaging $164. The band will play their priciest stop at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, where tickets are averaging $305, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for $62.
Mumford & Sons | An Arrow Through the Heartland Tour | April 3-June 17 | Average Price: $172
If you don't get a chance to catch British folk/rock group Mumford & Sons at one of the many festivals they're scheduled to appear at this summer, chances are good you'll be able to catch them on their upcoming "An Arrow Through the Heartland" trek. Although the tour stays true to its name and targets stops in the American South and Midwest, the band will also play a handful of dates off the course including a stop in upstate New York, as well as a stop in Queens. Tickets to see Mumford & Sons are averaging $172 across all of their dates. The band's most expensive show is scheduled for their April 15 stop at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, where tickets average $276, with the cheapest ticket going for $97.
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Dave Matthews Band | 25th Anniversary Tour | May 7-September 4 | Average Price: $237
For years, Dave Matthews Band has been an annual live concert experience for fans across the country. Earlier this year, the band announced they'd be taking a break from the road in 2017 following their 25th anniversary tour run, and fans have not hesitated to get tickets to see the band play two full live sets each night of the tour. Tickets to see Dave Matthews Band are averaging $237 across all of their scheduled dates. The band is scheduled to play their priciest performance at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine where tickets are averaging $556, with the cheapest ticket available for $97. The cheapest performance is on track to be the band's August 29 stop at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California, where tickets are averaging just $142, with the cheapest ticket priced at $111. DMB will officially close out the run with a bash on Labor Day weekend at George, Washington's The Gorge.