Judas Priest made good on the promise of celebrating their 50th anniversary as a band in 2020, announcing a massive North American tour earlier this week. These shows promise to be quite the spectacle, highlighting material from throughout the band’s storied career with the epic stage production and riveting performances for which they’ve become known. “We can’t wait to raise horns with you again at this once in a metal lifetime event!,” enthused the band. What’s more, Sabaton, who always put on a fantastic show, will be opening all dates.
With so many big tours already announced for this coming summer and fall — Mötley Crüe / Def Leppard, Rammstein, Guns N’ Roses and Slipknot, to name a few — we’ve decided to take a look at how tickets for the Judas Priest tour are priced so you can figure out how you’re gonna spend your hard-earned dollars this year.
And the news is good news! Tickets are very affordable on this run.
Tickets for the larger arena shows start around $50, which will get you a decent seat in the 100 level inner bowl. You can sit on the floor right next to the soundboard for around $80, while seats closer to the stage run anywhere from $125 to $250. It appears the 200 level hasn’t been opened up for sale for these shows.
At the Covelli Center in Youngstown, OH, and other smaller arenas like it, floor tickets right up front will run you just $75 while the worst seat in the house, the back of the inner bowl (there is only one level), starts at $46. The shows on this tour that are playing outside amphitheaters are even more affordable, like in Philadelphia and Charlotte, where seated tickets are available for as low as $35 and lawn seats are posted for even less.
In short: if you need your fix of heavy metal this summer but don’t want to break the bank to get it, Judas Priest is the tour for you! You will not be disappointed. Try your hand at finding tickets at the links below:
9/9/2020 in Oxon Hill, MD at MGM National Harbor [tickets]
9/11/2020 in Uniondale, NY at Nassau Coliseum [tickets]
9/12/2020 in Ledyard, CT at Foxwoods Casino Arena [tickets]
9/14/2020 in Philadelphia, PA at The Mann Center [tickets]
9/15/2020 in Newark, NJ at Prudential Center [tickets]
9/17/2020 in Charlotte, NC at PNC Music Pavilion [tickets]
9/18/2020 in Orlando, FL at Central Florida Fair – Rebel Rock Fest [tickets]
9/21/2020 in Grand Rapids, MI at Van Andel Arena [tickets]
9/23/2020 in Detroit, MI at Fox Theatre [tickets]
9/24/2020 in Youngstown, OH at Covelli Centre [tickets]
9/26/2020 in Chicago, IL at Rosemont Theatre [tickets]
9/27/2020 in Minneapolis, MN at The Armory [tickets]
9/29/2020 in Milwaukee, WI at Miller High Life Theatre [tickets]
9/30/2020 in St. Louis, MO at Saint Louis Music Park [tickets]
10/2/2020 in Oklahoma City, OK at The Zoo Amphitheatre [tickets]
10/3/2020 in Dallas, TX at Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory [tickets]
10/5/2020 in Austin, TX at HEB Center [tickets]
10/6/2020 in San Antonio, TX at Freeman Coliseum [tickets]
10/8/2020 in Albuquerque, NM at Sandia Resort and Casino [tickets]
10/9/2020 in Denver, CO at The Mission Ballroom [tickets]
10/11/2020 in Salt Lake City, UT at Vivint Smart Home Arena [tickets]
10/13/2020 in Phoenix, AZ at Arizona Federal Theatre [tickets]
10/15/2020 in Los Angeles, CA at Microsoft Theater [tickets]
10/17/2020 in Las Vegas, NV at Zappos Theatre at Planet Hollywood [tickets]
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