Following in the footsteps of Adele and Florence + The Machine, Ellie Goulding capitalised on a huge industry buzz to become one of the UK’s most successful young female singer-songwriters. Born in Herefordshire in 1986, she first started penning her own material aged 15 and later began honing her eclectic mix of acoustic pop, folk and electronica whilst studying drama at the University of Kent. Spotted by manager Jamie Lillywhite at a talent contest, she then signed to Polydor Records in 2009, hooked up with producer Starsmith to record her debut album and supported fellow synth-pop chanteuse Little Boots on her UK tour. The demand for Ellie Goulding tickets grew at the beginning of 2010 when she was announced as the winner of both the BBC’s prestigious Sound of 2010 poll and the BRITs Critics Choice Award. While later that year she topped her homeland’s album charts with Lights, scored a string of hit singles (“Starry Eyed,” “Guns & Horses,” “The Writer”) and co-wrote songs for the likes of Gabriella Cilmi, Diana Vickers and Eurovision winner Lena. After releasing Ellie Goulding tickets for her first headline tour and an expanded edition of her debut LP, Bright Lights, she achieved her biggest UK hit with a cover version of Elton John’s “Your Song,” guested on Tinie Tempah’s single, “Wonderman,” and performed at various festivals including Glastonbury, Belgium’s Pukkelpop and Spain’s Benicassim. Championed by the likes of Rolling Stone, Ellie Goulding tickets then went on sale for her first North American tour in 2011, the same year she also performed at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding reception, the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo and the White House’s National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. And following an appearance on her then-boyfriend Skrillex’s Bangarang E.P. and the 700th episode of Saturday Night Live, she peaked at No.2 on the Billboard charts with the single, “Lights.” In 2012, she contributed a track to The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 soundtrack (“Bittersweet”), recorded a collaboration with Calvin Harris (“I Need Your Love”) and reached the US Top 10 with her second album, Halcyon, before releasing Ellie Goulding tickets for a world tour. In 2013, she appeared at the charity concert, Sound of Change, and opened for Bruno Mars on the North American leg of his Moonshine Jungle tour.
3-26-14: Ellie Goulding set list from March 24th at the Bayou Music Center: Figure 8, Ritual, Goodness Gracious, Animal, Starry Eyed, Stay Awake, Tessellate / Life Round Here / Guns and Horses, Beating Heart, Your Song (Elton John cover), The Writer, Explosions, My Blood, Bad Girls / Salt Skin, Only You, Every Time You Go / This Love (Will Be Your Downfall), Anything Could Happen, I Need Your Love, Lights, You My Everything, Burn.
3-24-14: Ellie Goulding set list from March 22nd at Austin Music Hall in Austin, TX: Figure 8, Ritual, Goodness Gracious, Animal, Starry Eyed, Stay Awake, Tessellate / Life Round Here / Guns and Horses, Beating Heart, Your Song (Elton John cover), The Writer, Explosions, My Blood, Bad Girls / Salt Skin, Only You, Every Time You Go / This Love (Will Be Your Downfall), Anything Could Happen, I Need Your Love, Lights, You My Everything, Burn
3-19-14: Ellie Goulding has contributed three songs to the soundtrack of the new science fiction movie “Divergent”. The tracks are “Beating Heart”, “Hanging On” and “Dead In The Water”. The soundtrack will also feature Zedd featuring Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant, Snow Patrol, Tame Impala, M83, A$AP Rocky, Pretty Lights, and Skrillex.
3-18-14: Ellie Goulding set list from March 17th at the Agganis Arena in Boston: Figure 8, Ritual, Goodnes, Gracious, Animal, Starry Eyed, Stay Awake, Tessellate / Life Round Here / Guns and Horses, Your Song (Elton John cover), Beating Heart, The Writer, Explosions, My Blood, Bad Girls / Salt Skin, Only You, Every Time You Go / This Love (Will Be Your Downfall), Anything Could Happen, I Need You, Love, Lights, You My Everything, Burn.
2-17-14: Only 7,428 Ellie Goulding tickets are available for 21 upcoming 2014 tour dates with an average price of $116.31. For upcoming shows with at least 100 tickets available, the March 25th date at South Side Ballroom at Gilley's (formerly Palladium Ballroom - TX) has the most expensive Ellie Goulding tickets with an average price of $212.43 and a get-in price of $86. Ticket prices for this show are down 10% in the last seven days. Her April 27th show at The Shaw Conference Centre is the least expensive with Ellie Goulding tickets averaging just $90.29 and the get-in price at $57. There are 324 seats available for that show and prices have gone up 19% in the last week.
2-10-14: Only 7,508 Ellie Goulding tickets are available for her upcoming shows at an average price of $116. April 22 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland will be the most expensive show with an average price of $285 and a get-in price of $184. The cheapest date on the tour will be April 27 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Tickets for the Edmonton show have an average price of $76 and a get-in price of $56.
1-31-14: Ellie Goulding is touring in 2014 and TiqIQ currently has 8,253 Ellie Goulding tickets available with an average price of $113 per seat. The least expensive Ellie Goulding tickets for her upcoming 2014 tour are for her April 27th date at the Shaw Conference Centre with an average price of $75 and a get-in price of $70. The average and get-in prices are so similar because of a lack of ticket volume and prices will change as more seats hit the market. The most expensive upcoming Ellie Goulding tickets are for her April 22nd date at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. The average price for that show is $233 per seat and the get-in price will run ticket buyers $84 apiece.
1-11-14: English singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding brings “Halycon Days” to North America with the release of Ellie Goulding tour tickets this Spring.
The multi-instrumentalist 27 year old, coming off her 2nd consecutive Number 1 album in the UK kicks off her North American tour at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden on March 12th. It is also the 1st of 4 sold out dates of the 19 stops, though fans will be relieved to hear that the secondary market is alive and well to catch hits like “Lights”, “Anything Can Happen”, and “Burn” live.
With an average tour ticket price of $111, most dates on the tour start between $60 and $75 which is a premium of about 33% above face price. Atlanta's Fabulous Fox Theatre features the most expensive tickets, averaging $194 & starting at $80 – a 60% premium above face price. The Shaw Conference Center in Edmonton sports the cheapest tickets at an average of $78/seat.