The Who's latest tour has a wide range of average prices

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After four years The Who are going back on tour this fall, performing their 1973 album Quadrophenia, as well as other classic Who hits. The first part of the 36-date tour begins on November 1 at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, FL, and runs until December 9, when the band play the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. It picks back up on January 28, 2013, at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA, and ends on February 26 at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI. The 2012/13 North American Tour is the band's first full scale outing since the 2006-2007 Tour that also saw the band release Endless Wire, their first album in 28 years.

Average selling prices for tickets range widely. The lowest is $97 for the Detroit, MI, concert on November 27, while the highest is $328 for the Tulsa, OK, show on February 1. The overall average selling price is $177*. See the table below for a list of the five highest and five lowest average prices.

Highest Average PricesLowest Average Prices
Tulsa, OK - $328Detroit, MI - $97
San Diego, CA - $282Duluth, GA - $116
Las Vegas, NV - $262Pittsburgh, PA - $118
Anaheim, CA - $261Newark, NJ - $121
Denver, CO - $242Los Angeles, CA - $122

Book of Mormon tour to begin August 14

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That's right: The Book of Mormon, the smash hit on Broadway brought to you by the geniuses behind South Park and Avenue Q, may be coming to a city near you.

The musical follows two Mormon missionaries as they team up to spread the Word in Uganda. The show was nominated for fourteen Tony Awards in 2011 (the year after it opened), and it took home nine of those, including Best Musical, Best Original Score, and Best Book of a Musical. Basically, it's awesome.

Find a list of tour cities below. Visit the Book of Mormon tickets page to find tickets for a performance near you.

CityRun DatesBroadway tickets
Denver, CO8/14/2012 – 9/2/2012
Los Angeles, CA9/5/2012 – 11/25/2012
San Francisco, CA11/27/2012 – 12/30/2012
Chicago, IL12/11/2012 – 3/3/2013
Portland, OR1/1/2013 – 1/6/2013
Seattle, WA1/8/2013 – 1/20/2013
Des Moines, IA1/24/2013 – 2/3/2013
Minneapolis, MN2/5/2013 – 2/17/2013
St. Louis, MO2/19/2013 – 3/3/2013
Rochester, NY3/5/2013 – 3/10/2013
Detroit, MI3/12/2013 – 3/24/2013
Pittsburgh, PA3/26/2013 – 4/7/2013
Boston, MA4/9/2013 – 4/28/2013
Toronto, ONMay/June 2013
Buffalo, NY6/11/2013 – 6/16/2013
Cleveland, OH6/18/2013 – 7/7/2013
Washington, DC7/9/2013 – 8/18/2013

Are you headed to see the show? Or have you seen it on Broadway? Tell us in the comments!

A lot's been going on this week in pop culture; here are a few highlights:

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Van Halen postpones tour dates

The 2012 reunion tour of the 80s rock icons began on February 18 and will continue as planned through May 26, but the last three months of the tour have been suddenly and indefinitely postponed, with no reason given. You can read more over at or see remaining Van Halen tour dates.

Donna Summer passes away

Ms. Summer, one of music's greatest hit-makers, passed away on May 17 at the age of 63 after a battle with lung cancer. The singer was active for several decades and won multiple Grammys. Her hits included "She Works Hard for the Money" and "Hot Stuff" (see video at right).

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Facebook goes public

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Have a great weekend, everyone! April live events preview

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It's almost April, which will hopefully bring some spring weather (without the relapses into winter that filled up March here in CT). April will also bring some pretty great live events, plus April Fools Day, National Welding Month and National Karaoke Week (my favorite!). Check out the preview of April live events below!


Coachella: For the first time, the festival will span two weekends, starting April 13 and going through April 22. Top headliners include Radiohead, David Guetta, Florence and the Machine, Gotye, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

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Nickelback: Nickelback is teaming up with Bush, Seether and My Darkest Days for their latest tour, which kicks off April 10 in Moline, IL.

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Crosby, Stills and Nash: The trio is back again with a US tour starting April 17, continuing all the way through September.

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Drake tickets available for Club Paradise Tour


In case you missed him earlier this year (or just want to see him again), fear not because Drizzy is back on tour this spring. The Club Paradise Tour runs from May 7 to June 17 and includes stops in cities such as Phoenix, AZ; Dallas, TX; Clarkston, MI; and Camden, NJ. J. Cole, Wack Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, and French Montana will join Drake during the tour.

The current average selling price for this year's tour is $123*. The tour dates are below. Visit the Drake tickets page to place an order.