Arcade Fire Tour Dates & Tickets Data
5-5-14: Arcade Fire set list from May 2nd in Atlanta: Reflektor, Flashbulb Eyes, Neighborhood #3 (Power Out), Rebellion (Lies), Joan of Arc, Get Right, Month of May, The Suburbs, The Suburbs (Continued), Ready to Start, We Exist, Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels), Intervention, Haïti, Afterlife, It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus), Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains), Hey Ya!, Tequila, Normal Person, Radio Free Europe, Here Comes the Night Time, Wake Up
4-14-14: Arcade Fire set list from Coachella – Weekend 1: Reflektor, Flashbulb Eyes, Neighborhood #3 (Power Out), Rebellion (Lies), Joan of Arc, The Suburbs, Ready to Start, Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels), No Cars Go, Keep the Car Running, My Body Is a Cage, Afterlife, It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus), Heart of Glass
(Blondie cover) (with Deborah Harry), Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains), Normal Person, Here Comes the Night Time, Wake Up
4-3-14: Arcade Fire set list from March 28th at Foro Sol in Mexico City: Reflektor, Flashbulb Eyes, Neighborhood #3 (Power Out), Rebellion (Lies), Joan of Arc, The Suburbs, Ready to Start, Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels), No Cars Go, Haïti, Afterlife, It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus), Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains), Esta luz nunca se apagará, Normal Person, Here Comes the Night Time, Wake Up.
3-27-14: The Advertiser recently ran a piece highlighting both Arcade Fire and their opener for select shows, the Lost Bayou Ramblers. During the interview with the Lost Bayou Ramblers' Louis Michot, Michot praised Arcade Fire for being one of the few indie bands to bring the gap between them and a major mainstream band during the very successful tour of large venues.
3-24-14: Arcade Fire have had one of their giant bobblehead masks stolen after their concert at Webster Bank Arena in Connecticut. The band took to both their official website and social media accounts pleading for the return of the mask. The band has stated they'd rather not press charges but would do so if the thief did not make an effort to get in contact with the band.
3-19-14: Arcade Fire setlist from March 18th at Webster Bank Arena in Connecticut: Reflektor, Flashbulb Eyes, Neighborhood #3 (Power Out), Rebellion (Lies), Joan of Arc, The Suburbs, Ready to Start, Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels), We Exist, No Cars Go, Haïti, Afterlife, It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus), Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains), Supersymmetry, Iko Iko, Your Body Is a Wonderland, Normal Person, Controversy (Prince cover), Here Comes the Night Time, Wake Up
3-12-14: Arcade Fire are set to perform many covers throughout their Reflektor tour. Thus far they've performed a medley or “Uptight” and “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder, “Controversy” by Prince, and “The Last Time” by the Rolling Stones. The covers to coincidence with the city they are in when applicable (Prince in Minnesota as an example).
3-4-14: With two days until the Reflektor Tour kicks off in Louisville, Arcade Fire tickets have finally started selling for the first show. Under 250 tickets remain on the secondary market for Thursday night’s show at the KFC Yum! Center for an average price of $109.
3-3-14: Arcade Fire’s tour starts in just a few days on Thursday and ticket prices continue to drop for the first show. Arcade Fire tickets at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville currently have an average price of just $69.17 with just over 300 tickets still available.
2-28-14: Arcade Fire tickets keep dropping in price as their first show at the KFC Yum! Center gets closer. The average price on the secondary market is just $88.17 for the March 6 concert. The drop in price for the first show of the tour is following a tour-wide decline in price as well.
2-27-14: Arcade Fire tickets have dropped below an average price of $100 for their first show at Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center on March 6. The average price for a ticket on the secondary market is just $95.51, almost $100 less than the average price across all dates on the Reflektor Tour.
2-26-14: Due to a lack of initial sales, Arcade Fire tickets will be available on Groupon for the first show if their tour at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville. The band had put tickets on Groupon for the second show in Minnesota and have now done the same for the tour opener.
2-25-14: With a lot of indie success, Arcade Fire tickets haven’t been selling as well as expected all over the country. The band starts a tour in March and the second show of the tour in Minnesota will have tickets sold on Groupon to help sell out the arena. Secondary market tickets for the show at the Target Center on March 8 have an average price of $113.71.
2-24-14: Arcade Fire was part of Jimmy Fallon’s opening week of Tonight Show musical guests. The band played for Fallon as the fourth musical guest on the show Thursday night before departing on a tour starting March 6. Arcade Fire tickets have an average price $191.89 for the summer tour running through the end of August.
2-20-14: Arcade Fire have added both Dan Deacon and Kid Koala as support acts for the North American portion of their Reflektor Tour this March. Arcade Fire was also guest musical artist during Jimmy Fallon's debut week as the new host of “The Tonight Show”. Finally, the group announced a rare concert in Haiti on February 21st.
2-17-14: Over 50,000 Arcade Fire tickets are now available on TiqIQ for 37 upcoming tour 2014 tour dates with an overall average price of $194.71. Besides their dates at the Coachella Music Festival, the most expensive Arcade Fire tickets are for their April 26th show at the Starlight Theatre where the average price for just 18 available seats is $400.78. Besides that, the July 30th show at the Shoreline Amphitheatre is the next highest with an average price of $260.98. There are 1,607 seats available with prices starting at $38. The least expensive Arcade Fire tickets are for their August 8th show at Colorado’s Gorge Amphitheatre where the average price for the 135 remaining tickets is $75.12 and the get-in price is $45.
2-10-14: There are just under 50,000 Arcade Fire tickets still available on the secondary market for their Reflektor Tour which runs from now to May with a second North American leg taking place in August. Arcade Fire’s Reflektor Tour has an average price of $197 but their August 8th show at Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington which is averaging $75 with a Get-in of $46 for this show while their most expensive will be at the Coachella Music Festival. Coachella is one of the biggest festivals in the world and will cost you about $899 to go to it but fans can find tickets for as little as just $475.
1-31-14: As of Friday, January 31st, there were 45,266 Arcade Fire tickets available for their 2014 Reflektor World Tour. Average prices for Arcade Fire tickets for all upcoming show are currently at $186 per seat. The least expensive tickets for the Reflektor tour are for Arcade Fire's August 8th date at the Gorge Amphitheatre with an average price of $75 and a get-in price of $46 per seat. The most expensive Arcade Fire tickets for the tour are for their April 18th date at Coachella Music and Art Festival with an average price of $769 and a get-in price of $417.
1-29-14: There are a total of 44,903 Arcade Fire tickets available on the secondary market for their upcoming world tour. The average price for all Arcade Fire tour tickets is $183.83. The most expensive date on their tour is their appearance at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California. Besides that, the most expensive tour date is their April 26th show at the Starlight Theatre with an average price of $430 and a get-in price of $260. However, there are only 16 Arcade Fire tickets available for this show so prices will go down once more hit the secondary market. After that, their July 30th show at the Shoreline Amphitheatre is the second most expensive with an average price of $255 and a get-in price of $44. The least expensive date on the Arcade Fire world tour is the August 8th show at the Gorge Amphitheatre with an average price of $73 and a get-in price of $55.
2014 Arcade Fire Tour Dates
3/6 – Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center
3/8 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
3/10 – Auburn Hills, MI – The Palace of Auburn Hills
3/12 – Pittsburgh, PA – Consol Energy Center
3/13 – Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
3/14 – Ottawa, Ontario – Canadian Tire Centre
3/16 – Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena
3/17 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
3/18 – Bridgeport, CT – Webster Bank Arena
4/9 – Houston, TX – CWM Pavilion
4/10 – Austin, TX – 360 Amphitheatre
4/23 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
4/26 – Kansas City, MO – Starlight Theatre
4/27 – St. Louis, MO – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
4/29 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center
5/1 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
5/2 – Atlanta, GA – Aaron’s Amphitheatre
7/30 – Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre
8/8 – Seattle, WA – The Gorge
8/11 – Edmonton, Alberta – Rexall Place
8/12 – Calgary, Alberta – Scotiabank Saddledome
8/14 – Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre
8/17 – Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center
8/19 – Boston, MA – Comcast Center
8/20 – Bangor, ME – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
8/22-24 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
8/26 – Chicago, IL – United Center
8/29 – Toronto, Ontario – Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
8/30 – Montreal, Quebec – Parc Jean Drapeau