Tickets Available for Mumford & Sons’ ‘An Arrow Through the Heartland’ Tour in Kansas City on April 18
Mumford & Sons will take to the road this April to continue the support for their third studio album, Wilder Mind, which they released last May. The tour, An Arrow Through the Heartland, stays true to its name and will hit dates in the American South and Midwest, including stops in Houston, Dallas, and Madison. The tour launches on April 3 in Houston and wraps on April 23 in Indianapolis, and tickets to see Mumford & Sons are rising on the resale market for most dates. Tickets for the band’s stop in Kansas City are among the top priced stops, so fans are encouraged to buy before prices rise.
Across all of their spring and summer performances, tickets for Mumford & Sons are averaging $190. The British band’s most expensive stop is scheduled to be their April 15 show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, where tickets are averaging an impressive $328.36, with the cheapest ticket priced at $94. Cheap flights to Nashville are available at Hipmunk for fans looking to see them in the most in-demand show of the tour.
Just behind that ticket average is the band’s April 22 stop at Alliant Energy Center Coliseum in Madison, where tickets are averaging $328.14, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for $149, according to data provided by ticket aggregator, TiqIQ. To compare, Mumford & Sons will play their cheapest show at Zephyr Field in the New Orleans area on April 9, where tickets are averaging just $82, with the cheapest ticket going for $56. New Orleans flights are available at Hipmunk, as well, for fans looking to attend.
When the band makes their April 18 stop at the Sprint Center, fans can expect to see competitive pricing. As it stands now, tickets for that date are averaging $240, with the cheapest ticket going for $125.
The last time Mumford & Sons hit the road was last summer for their, “Gentlemen of The Road” Tour, which hit major cities from June 2 in Brooklyn to August 30 in Leeds. Across all of those performances, secondary market tickets averaged $143. The band’s priciest show was their August 17 stop in Los Angeles, where a resale ticket averaged $186, with the cheapest ticket available for $99. Impressively, there wasn’t a single date on their prior summer run that fell below the $100 average mark. Already, a handful of the band’s upcoming “An Arrow Through The Heartland” performances are below that number.