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Secondary-Market Tickets for Rihanna’s Anti-World Tour Averaging over $200 Dollars


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If you’re planning to see Rihanna in concert, be prepared to pay a hefty price if you’re buying tickets from scalpers.

Forbes reports tickets to the singer’s extensive outing, dubbed The Anti-World Tour, are costing concert-goers an average of $227 a pop on the so-called secondary market, according to data provided by TiqIQ. Demand is so high that all but seven scheduled dates are averaging above the $200 mark. If you want to see Rihanna in Miami, tickets to her show at the the American Airlines Arena are averaging $305 on the secondary market, while her second-highest stop is in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center, where they’re averaging $294.

The Live Nation-promoted outing will kick off in North America Friday, February 26 at Viejas Arena in San Diego, CA. Rihanna will travel to 35 cities including New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver, and Washington, D.C. before wrapping up the outing May 7, 2016 at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA. Rihanna’s non-U.S. fans can expect her to begin her international leg June 11 in Amsterdam, wrapping up August 12 in Switzerland.

Rihanna’s supporting guests includes Travis Scott for the U.S. run and The Weeknd and Big Sean for all European dates.

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