Cher will perform in the UK and Europe throughout the fall months, but fans are frustrated over the expensive ticket prices, and turns out, the iconic pop star is angry too.
The “Queen of Pop” is slated to bring her Here We Go Again tour to Manchester Arena on August 24. Tickets were released on primary ticketing sites ranging between £136 and £392. Many of her fans were upset with the prices and reached out to the singer on Twitter. To their surprise, she’s just as upset, noting that she thinks the high prices are “ridiculous.”
She added that she would rather do a few additional shows than make fans pay a pricey ticket for one gig, but doesn’t know how much herself, the crew, arena, and promoter split from the original cost.
Currently, upper balcony seats for the Manchester show are priced at £136, lower balcony is £170, and floor are between £170 and £381 on Ticketmaster.
Cher will kick-off another round of North American tour dates later this month in support of the ABBA-inspired album Dancing Queen, which dropped late last year following her appearance in the film Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.