22-year-old pop singer Meghan Trainor announced last month that she will hit the road this summer in support of her forthcoming album Thank You, which is set drop on May 13. The Untouchable Tour marks Trainor's biggest trek of her career and includes major performances in Los Angeles at The Greek Theatre and the famed Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The headlining run begins on July 14 in Vancouver and will hit 26 dates before wrapping on September 24 in Boston at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion.
Trainor will be taking along 19-year-old Hailee Steinfeld as her opening act, and the Common Kings are scheduled to appear on select dates. Tickets to see Meghan Trainor went on sale April 29 and have hit the secondary market, where tickets are rising quickly.
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Currently, tickets to see the "No" singer are currently averaging $160 on the resale market, with the highest price points clocking in for her Uncasville, Connecticut stop and her Houston and Denver shows. Trainor's July 29 stop at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston is her priciest performance, with tickets averaging $245, while the cheapest ticket is currently $93. As of now, her cheapest date will be her July 16 show at the Wamu Theater At CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle, where tickets are averaging $98, with the cheapest ticket going for $46, according to data provided by TiqIQ. Fans driving to the Wamu Theater can find affordable parking in Seattle through Parkwhiz.com
The Nantucket, Massachusetts native was on the road last summer for her MTrain Tour, which was in support of her debut studio album Title. The short tour ran from July 14-August 8 and was cut short on August 11 due to a vocal cord hemorrhage. With a year of gained popularity and success, Trainor's upcoming run should launch the young star into new territory of demand. According to Billboard, Trainor boasts one No.1 song (All ABout That Bass), and her most recent jam, "No," peaked at the No. 3 spot.