John Mayer Tour – 2013 Born & Raised Tour
10/8/13 - After a successful first leg, John Mayer has added eight shows in November and twelve in December to his tour schedule in 2013. The Grammy award winner will again, be joined by American Idol winner Phillip Phillips
on most tour dates, to close out the year. The average price of John Mayer tickets in the last two months is $158. To see John Mayer's last show this year, at Barclays Center, you'll pay an average of $45 more than the singers last New York concert at The Jones Beach Theatre in Wantagh.
In his first major tour in three year, John Mayer returns to the stage after throat surgery for 40 shows in the States before heading to Europe for eight sold-out concerts. In support of Mayer’s latest album ‘Born & Raised’, the American rock musician joins opening act Phillip Phillips on the road. John Mayer kicked off the tour July 6 in Milwaukee after playing at the Wawa Welcome America Festival July 4 in Philadelphia.
According to his website, both shows at Red Rocks Amphitheater
(avg. $161) and future John Mayer concerts at Woodlands Pavilion (avg. $298) and the Hollywood Bowl are sold out. John Mayer Los Angeles tickets
are averaging $207 at the Hollywood Bowl, $22 less than John Mayer tickets at the Verizon Wireless in Irvine. John Mayer New York tickets
are about half the cost of the singer's L.A. area concerts (avg. $122). Other popular shows include John Mayer Dallas concert at Gexa Energy Pavilion
(avg. $135) and John Mayer Toronto concert at Molson Amphitheatre
(avg. $253). All in all, John Mayer tour tickets average $167. In comparison, Jack Johnson tickets
are $247 for his fall tour that is in support of his new album ‘From Here to Now to You’. Dave Matthews tickets
for his 2013 DMB Summer Tour are averaging $153.
Given that the skilled guitarist has four shows under his belt, we know that John Mayer’s set list includes over two hours of twenty plus songs. He debuted a couple of new songs off his forthcoming sixth album ‘Paradise Valley’ including his latest single “Paper Doll” which is reportedly in response to Taylor Swift
song “Dear John”. Mayer also played a few covers and mixed in some classics like “Waiting on the World to Change” and “Your Body is a Wonderland”.