The sky’s the limit for BIGBANG fans. This is not surprising since the group always showcase unforgettable and amazing performances every single time they fire up the stage. Their MADE World Tour is another proof of this great support from their followers.
According to MusicTimes, the KPop stars began their North American leg last Oct. 2 in Las Vegas. This will be followed by six more concert events that include Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Toronto, New York, and also in the iconic Newark’s Prudential Center.
The ticket prices are quite expensive but this doesn’t bother the fans after all as the tickets are selling like hot cakes. The same article cited the data from TiqIQ regarding the prices. The data showed that the average amount of their tickets is $279. They will have a two-night concert in Newark Prudential Center, priced at an average of $219 that includes the get-in value at $79. For the fans who will see them in their New Jersey stop will be paying for an average of $447 ticket price and a get-in value at $167.
The BIGBANG’s concert in Air Canada Centre, Toronto is the most expensive among the North American leg. This is priced at $528 on average and a get-in price at $251.
Apparently, the value of the tickets is nothing compared to the priceless excitement of the fans as they reunited again after a 3-year break. In those years, they focused first on their own solo projects.
LosAngelesTimes discussed in an article how their concert last Sunday in Honda Center, Anaheim became a blast. BIGBANG just showed why they are worthy of their popularity in the United States. “They used an absence to re-imagine this stalwart group as one of the most inventive, aesthetically visionary acts in its genre,” as how they were described in the article.
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