The summer can be slow with fewer sporting events going on. But, from Major League Baseball to some of this summer’s hottest concerts, TicketCity’s Top 10 below shows just how many options you have to make this summer the best one yet. The following list reflects the top-revenue producing events currently available on TicketCity.com. See if any are happening in your city!
Los Angeles Dodgers | The Dodgers have lead the MLB in revenue for tickets for the entirety of the 2018 Season despite the Stadium being exponentially larger than any other in Major League Baseball. However, although support and volume of tickets purchased are plenty, the average ticket price to see a Dodgers game is $56. But there’s hope for Dodgers fans and tourists in LA, next week when the Cubs come to town, there are tickets to Dodgers games for as little as $10.
Hamilton | The Broadway records and accolades set by Hamilton are far too long to mention. As Hamilton continues to tour the country, the average ticket price remains steady at $400. This weekend, Hamilton will play shows in Chicago (Tickets starting as low as $132) and Washington, D.C. (Tickets starting as low as $465).
Bruno Mars | Although Bruno’s final stop in Honolulu is by far the most in-demand show of his tour and bringing the average ticket price for his tour to $337, there are still SO many opportunities to spend less than $75 to see the Grammy Award-Winning artist.
New York Yankees | The Yankees can hit, plain and simple. On their way to a possible historic run, the Yankees are on pace to hit 273 home-runs in a single season. The single-season record for team homers is 264 set by the Mariners in 1997. The average ticket price for Yankees home games this year is about $85. However, the Yankees next two games have tickets starting as low as $8.
Chicago Cubs | The Chicago Cubs are boasting one of the highest average ticket prices in Major League Baseball. Often, Wrigley Field is a cathedral for baseball fans and a trip to Chicago sounds good to just about everyone. And even though their average ticket price is $125, you can see a Cubs game for as low as $50.
Boston Red Sox | This week, Forbes released an article predicting the Red Sox will likely be worth $3 Billion by the end of the 2018 MLB Season. But don’t worry, we won’t charge you that much. The average ticket price to see a game at Fenway is $113 and get-in prices begin at just $45 for this weekend’s series against the Mariners.
Houston Astros | Despite winning the World Series last year, the Houston Astros are only getting better. They are on a 12-game winning streak and “Oh yeah, the Houston Astros also have the best lineup in baseball,” according to The Ringer. The average ticket price at Minute Maid Park this season is $65. However, the Kansas City Royals come to town Friday and tickets start as low as $20.
Seattle Mariners | Prior to their series with the New York Yankees, the Mariners were 13-5 in their last 18 games. But, they were not very impressive in New York City. They look to bounce back as they head to face the Red Sox this weekend. Their next home game is June 29th, with tickets starting at $18.
Luke Bryan | Luke Bryan is the quintessential story of working hard to make it big in Nashville. It took a few more years than he originally planned to make it to Music City, but, once he arrived, he made himself known. This summer, you too can light it up! The average ticket price is $111. But, most of his shows have ticket offers starting as low as $45.
The Eagles | The iconic rock band has added shows with stars like, James Taylor, Chris Stapleton, Jimmy Buffet, Zac Brown Band, the Doobie Brothers and more. With decades of long-lasting music behind The Eagles, paired with these timeless musicians, the demand is as high as you would guess. Average ticket prices for the tour are upwards of $280. But, if you’re lucky enough, some shows have tickets from $60.