Fans are excited for Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks as they are set to take the same stage for a tour of a lifetime. If you still don’t have tickets yet, find out below where and how to buy cheap passes!
According to the New York Post, the two legends will kick off their highly-anticipated series of shows titled “Two Icons, One Night Tour” this March 10 at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Following this, they will visit massive venues across different cities like Arlington, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Columbus, and many more.
Even though the show will be headlined by some of the biggest and most talented artists in the music industry, not all tickets are expensive as some of them only costs less than $100.
As of this writing, there are still available seats for Friday’s show at the ticket-selling paltform VividSeats for as low as $87 (fees not included). The seat is located at section 511, row 18.
Currently, the most expensive pass from their official website is $5,383 which is located at the front row of the stage.
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Check out the complete tour dates below:
March 10 – SoFi Stadium – Inglewood, California
April 8 – AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
May 19 – Nissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee
June 16 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 5 – Ohio Stadium – Columbus, Ohio
August 19 – Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri
September 23 – Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, Massachusettes
October 7 – M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, Maryland
November 10 – US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, Minnesotta
The outlet noted that the cheapest prices mentioned above are confirmed, but there will be additional fees and rates could change anytime.
Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks Individual Tours
Even though the two icons will be collaborating once a month for a tour, they also have a separate series of concerts as solo acts.
Billy Joel will continue his New York City residency at Madison Square Garden, which will begin on March 26. His last show would be on August 29, but he will also perform at Hyde Park in London, United Kingdom, on July 7.
On the other hand, Stevie Nicks will begin her tour at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington on March 15 before traveling to several cities across the United States.
For more information about the complete tour dates, tickets, and more, visit their respective websites: stevienicksofficial.com and billyjoel.com.
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