Phillip Phillips 2014 Tour
2/3/14 - In case you missed him on tour with John Mayer last year, Phillip Phillips will be hitting the road again for nine dates, almost exclusively hitting Canada this March. Phillips will be in Ontario for four nights, travel down to Illinois for a day, and travel back north of the border to Winnipeg, MB, Calgary and Edmonton, AB, before closing at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The cheapest night is 3/14 in Toronto, for $62 to get-in, while the most expensive ticket is $249 to get close to the singer (at Genesee Theatre) on his only US date.
Phillip Phillips 2013 Born & Raised Tour
Phillip Phillips is on the move, up the charts and on the road. The American Idol alum’s debut album The World from the Side of the Moon, earned platinum status after selling over one million copies. Hit single “Home” is the most successful single of any Idol winner, grossing $4.7 million in sales. It was used in NBC’s coverage of gymnastics during the Olympics and has been in a number of TV commercials and shows.
Following the release of his first album, Phillips opened on the road for Matchbox Twenty in early 2013. Currently opening for John Mayer, Phillips has twelve dates left on the Born & Raised Tour that concludes December 17 at Barclays Center. In November, the season 11 Idol winner will play ten Colleges, primarily on the East Coast and Midwest, in between tour dates with Mayer. The Georgia crooner plans to re-release his debut album adding three live tracks from his tour with Mayer – “Gone, Gone, Gone”, “Where We Came From”, and “Man on the Moon”. Fans can also purchase the tracks as a set of three titled Phillip Phillips Live.
The average price of John Mayer and Phillip Phillips tickets is $158. In comparison the average price of Phillips’ so-called first headlining tour, American Idols Live 2012 Tour, averaged $123.