This story was updated December 10 at 12 p.m. (EST).
Public onsales for Prince tickets start today, December 10, for the musician’s January 18 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY. Public ticket sales open at 12 p.m. (EST), and pricing details are listed below:
December 10 – Prince ticket onsales:
Prices are the advertised face value of the ticket, before applicable fees.
|City||Venue||Event Dates||Ticket Prices|
|New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||January 18, 2011||$20.10 – $179.50|
The mid-January show is part of Prince’s five-date Welcome 2 America concert series. Earlier onsales were held October 30 for concerts on December 18 and 29 at Madison Square Garden, and December 15 and 17 at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, NJ.
The initial onsale period also featured a December 14 opener at the IZOD Center. But that date was ultimately cancelled, and the new January 18 date announced, as IZOD’s ticket sales lagged behind the sold-out Madison Square shows. Ticket holders for the cancelled show were given the choice of reassigned seats for December 15 or a full refund.
Ticketmaster.com is the primary ticket seller for Prince’s December 10 onsale, as it was with his earlier New Jersey and New York onsales.
Fans seeking Prince tickets to any of his concerts — including the sold-out December 18 and 29 shows — also have options on the secondary market. As of 9 a.m. (EST) on December 10, secondary market retailer TicketLiquidator.com had an inventory of 755 tickets listed for the January 18 concert at Madison Square Garden, as well as 2,017 and 2,719 tickets for the sold-out December 18 and 29 shows (respectively).
UPDATE: December 10, 12 p.m. (EST) – Prince tickets for the January 18 concert at Madison Square Garden are now on sale to the public.