With just six dates left on the Formation World Tour, Beyonce is finally winding down the remaining leg of her massive trek, which she originally kicked off in April. The final stops include major cities like Atlanta, East Rutherford, and Nashville, and tickets for Beyonce are still available.
For the final stretch of tour dates in the U.S., resale tickets are averaging $216, according to data provided by Razorgator. Although tickets are still reflecting some of the year's top-priced resale numbers, the singer's remaining dates boast some of the most affordable stops of all her performances in 2016. On September 26, Beyonce will take on the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia, and tickets for this stop are averaging $287, with cheapest ticket priced at $76. Tickets for her Philadelphia show on September 29 at Lincoln Financial Field are currently averaging $197, with the cheapest ticket available for just $67. Fans driving into the city can secure parking in Philadelphia through Parkwhiz.com, where rates for the concert start at $125. The tour will officially wrap at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on October 7. Tickets for her final performance are currently averaging $225, and the cheapest ticket priced at just $43.
Beyonce is no stranger to success on the road. As of early August, The Formation World Tour had grossed an impressive $210 million, with the first two legs of the tour generating 1.8 million tickets sold at 40 performances, according to Billboard. The tour is one of the highest grossing runs of the year, and could very well mark the biggest tour of 2016 by the end of December.
Beyonce's 2016 album release Lemonade became the singer's sixth million-selling album in June. Her 2003 solo debut, Dangerously in Love, remains her top selling album with 5 records million sold.