Secondary market Garth Brooks tickets from TiqIQ for his world tour have a current average price of $229.85. When the New Year hits, the country singer will not be slowing down with 12 scheduled shows in the month of January including six dates at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The asking average prices for Garth Brooks tickets at the TD Garden will vary depending on the date, but here’s a breakdown of the six scheduled concert shows at TD Garden Center in January.
On January 22, Garth Brooks will perform the first of six shows at the TD Garden as the opening show in Boston has a current average price of $264.51 in the secondary market, 18.1% above the tour average, with a get-in price of $55, as tickets are currently down 40% over the past week.
The following day at TD Garden, Garth Brooks tickets will be almost identical to the opening show at a current secondary average price of $263.64, a 17.7% above the tour average, with a get-in price of $65.
On January 23, tickets for the third show at the TD Garden will have an average price below $200. According to TiqIQ, tickets have a current average price of $188.08 in the secondary market, which is a 28.6% decrease compared to the previous show and 18.2% below the tour average. The get-in price for this show is $62.
Garth Brooks tickets for the fourth show at TD Garden on January 24 will have the most expensive average price at the venue, currently at an average price of $274.26 on the secondary market. That’s 19.2% over the tour average and a 45.8% increase compared the January 23 show, with a get-in price of $62, though tickets are now down 52% over the past week.
The January 24 show will have the cheapest price of the six shows at TD Garden, at a current average price of $138.76 on the secondary market, a 49.4% decrease in price compared to the previous show and a 39.6% below the tour average, with a get-in price of $55.
Finally, the last concert show at venue on January 25 will see affordable Garth Brooks tickets at a current secondary average of $167.36, 27.1% below the tour average, with a get-in price of $67.