Keith Urban recently performed his new single “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16″ during the 2015 CMT Music Awards, but has yet to set a release date for his new album.
Urban is the first Country artist to be named an American Idol judge, a role he will continue to hold for the 15th (and final) upcoming season. He is a four-time Grammy Award winner and has also won a Golden Globe, in addition to a massive collection of eleven Academy of Country Music Awards. The country singer has had 17 No. 1 songs and five consecutive platinum or multi-platinum albums, and his eighth release is on its way.
Urban’s summer touring stint should be a solid prelude for what will hopefully be a bigger run in support of his new material, and fans have been paying competitive prices to see him in action. Across all events and dates that he is set to play this summer, the average secondary ticket price to see Keith Urban is $258.08.
The most expensive date on the map is his August 29 show at the Nebraska State Fair, where the average secondary ticket price is $1,830. Not far behind that is his July 29 appearance at the California Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles, CA, where the average ticket price is $1,003, with a get-in of $161.
Urban will stop in Thackerville, Oklahoma on Friday, August 21, to play a show at the WinStar World Casino, and secondary tickets are pricey for that tilt as well. In fact, the average ticket price is $323, with a get-in of $97, according to Totally Tickets. Keith Urban’s least-expensive show is his July 25 date at Cheyenne Frontier Days in Wyoming, where the average ticket price is $96, with a get-in of just $55.