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The Fray Plots Headlining Trek in Support of Greatest Hits Album & Tickets Are on Sale

by Emma Gaedeke   Sep 7, 2016 15:29 PM EDT

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The Fray recently announced the dates for a six-week headlining North American tour that will include support from the band American Authors. The tour will launch on October 15 in Washington, D.C. before crossing the country for stops in major cities like San Francisco, Las Vegas, Philadelphia and more. The tour will wrap in Colorado on November 21.

Tickets to see The Fray are some of the more affordable of this fall, with tickets on the resale market averaging just $127 for all scheduled dates. The Fray will be making stops in several cities and arenas including the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona on October 20, where tickets are currently averaging $136 and the cheapest ticket is available for $80. On October 29, they will perform at the House Of Blues in Dallas, Texas. Tickets for this stop are averaging $131, and the lowest ticket is priced at $69. The band will head up to Washington, D.C. on November 15 to play at The Fillmore Silver Spring, and tickets here are currently averaging $100, with the cheapest ticket currently available for $58, according to data provided by TicketIQ. Parking in Washington D.C., as well as the many other cities across their lineup, can be secured easily and ahead of time through Parkwhiz.com to save fans money.

The Fray will be releasing a new record in the upcoming months called Through The Years: The Best Of The Fray, which will be a compilation of their greatest hits such as "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and "How to Save A Life," as well as three new tracks. The band will be releasing their new single, "Singing Low," on September 9.

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