Red Hot Chili Peppers are expected to have one of the top-priced tours of 2017 when they launch The Getaway Tour next February. The band announced the tour dates late last month, marking their first major headlining run since their 2012 I'm With You Tour. The tour will support the band's 11th studio record, The Getaway, which they dropped back in June.
Tickets to see Red Hot Chili Peppers have already sold out for many of their dates, and are currently averaging $226 across all of their scheduled performances. On Jan. 5, the band will kick off the tour in San Antonio at the AT&T Center, where tickets are currently averaging $208 with cheapest ticket priced at $75.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are scheduled for a two consecutive nights in Boston at the TD Garden on February 7 and 8. Tickets for these shows are currently averaging $189 with the cheapest ticket coming in at $77.
Another multiple night stop will be in Los Angeles on March 7, 8 and 10, where the band will play for three nights at The Staples Center. Tickets for this stretch are averaging $284 with the cheapest ticket priced at $92. The most expensive night will be on March 10, with tickets averaging $313 and the cheapest ticket starting at $107. Their last stop in the States before heading to Canada for their final few performances will be in Seattle at the Key Arena on March 17, where tickets are averaging $199, according to data provided by TicketIQ.
Tickets for the band's 2012 trek averaged $167, with their most expensive performance, their Los Angeles stop on Aug. 11, averaging $330 with the cheapest ticket priced at $101.