Eminem Tour Tickets News
8-19-14: Eminem and Rihanna have just two more concert shows scheduled for their “Monster Tour” for back to back dates at Comerica Park in Detroit on August 22 and August 23. “Monster Tour” tickets for the August 22 show are available on TicketIQ with a current average price of $181.95.
8-12-14: Eminem and Rihanna next make a stop in East Rutherford for the first of back to back dates at Metlife Stadium for their Monster Tour. Tickets for their opening show at MetLife on August 16 have a current average price of $180.65.
8-7-14: Rihanna and Eminem joint tour finally kicks off tonight at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The Monster Tour: Eminem X Rihanna tickets are available on TicketIQ as their opening show currently has an average price of $122.29, the cheapest ticket of the tour.
7-31-14: Rihanna kicks off her joint tour with Eminem on August 7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The Monster Tour: Eminem X Rihanna tickets are available on TicketIQ as their opening show currently has an average price of $98.61, the cheapest ticket for their upcoming tour.
7-22-14: The cheapest Rihanna and Eminem tickets in the secondary market for their joint tour is for their first concert show scheduled for August 7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California with a current average price of $124.95 with a get in price of $35.
7-18-14: The cheapest Rihanna and Eminem tickets in the secondary market for their joint tour is for their first concert show scheduled for August 7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California with a current average price of $128.17 with a get in price of $36.
7-15-14: The cheapest Rihanna and Eminem tickets in the secondary market for their joint tour is for their first concert show scheduled for August 7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California with a current average price of $130.92 with a get in price of $36.
6-24-14: The cheapest Rihanna and Eminem tickets in the secondary market for their joint tour is for their first concert show scheduled for August 7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California with an average price of $194 with a get in price of $45.
5-22-14: Eminem made a surprising placement on a list of singers with the most vocal range. Guns 'N Roses Axl Rose ranked number 1, while Eminem placed 41. Though Eminem is not primarily known for his singing, he does provide melodies to many of his choruses including his latest smash hit with Rihanna “Monster”.
5-21-14: It's a double whammy for “The Monster Tour” as both Eminem and Rihanna have topped Spotify's most listened to list. Eminem took the title of most streamed male artists, while Rihanna topped female. David Guetta and Katy Perry placed second for their respective genders. Avicii's “Wake Me Up” is currently the most streamed song.
5-20-14: Eminem is supporting his home town by participating in an auction with limited edition items with the proceeds going towards Detroit community charities. Included in the auction are tickets to the upcoming Monster Tour with Rihanna, watches, and hats. Each item features his now signature backwards E logo.
5-19-14: In a recent survey on hip hop lyrics from Project Know (with help from RapGenius), Eminem was found to top mainstream artists with the amount of references to prescription drugs within his lyrics. Three 6 Mafia led the way for marijuana, and Lil B topped the cocaine keyword.
3-26-14: The full lineup for Lollapalooza has been announced as of March 26th. Eminem will headline the event alongside Outkast, Skrillex, the Kings Of Leon, and the Arctic Monkeys. Other acts announced include Krewella, Foster The People, Calvin Harris, Lorde, Nas, Zedd, Spoon, Interpol, The Head and The Heart, Cage The Elephant, and more
3-24-14: After huge buzz and anticipation for the “Monster Tour” beside Eminem, 3 more dates have been added. The full tour is now: August 7th and 8th at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, August 16th and 17th at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, and August 22nd and 23rd at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan.
3-21-14: Despite 50 Cent leaving Eminem's Shady/Aftermath record label, Fiddy insists there's no bad blood between the two. Eminem will embark on a short “Monster Tour” alongside Rihanna, while 50 Cent is currently scheduled to perform at Citi Field following the June 14th game vs San Diego. Cheapest ticket on the resale market is currently $18.
3-19-14: Eminem and Rihanna have the realesed the three dates for their 2014 Monster Tour. They'll perform at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA on August 7th, New Jersey's MetLife Stadium on August 16th, and close out August 22nd at Comerica Park in Eminem's home town of Detroit. Thus far, tickets average $359 on the secondary market.
The first white rapper to be taken seriously by the mainstream since the Beastie Boys, Eminem shaped the hip-hop landscape of the 00s, alternating between pop culture parodies and disturbing tales of violence to become the most controversial and equally celebrated MC of all time. Born Marshall Bruce Mathers III in Saint Joseph, Missouri in 1972, he first began competing in rap battles as a teen and following a stint in Bassmint Productions, he released his debut studio effort, Infinite, in 1996. Discovered by Interscope Records after a second-place finish at the 1997 Rap Olympics, he teamed up with Dr. Dre for 1999’s breakthrough album, The Slim Shady LP and scored hits with “My Name Is” and “Guilty Conscience” whilst also appearing on his mentor’s Top 40 single “Forgot About Dre.” In the same year, he founded the Shady Records label which would go on to launch the careers of Obie Trice, 50 Cent and his own collective D12. 2000’s The Marshall Mathers LP became both the fastest-selling solo and hip-hop record of all time, topped the Billboard Charts and spawned the celebrity-baiting “The Real Slim Shady” and the Dido-sampling “Stan,” the latter of which he performed at the 2001 Grammy Awards alongside Elton John. Eminem tickets then went on sale for three different tours, Up In Smoke with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, Family Values with Limp Bizkit and his own headline Anger Management shows, before 2002’s The Eminem Show and loosely autobiographical film 8 Mile consolidated his superstar status, the latter of which also spawned “Lose Yourself,” a Best Original Song Oscar winner and his first US chart-topper. But following the release of 2004’s Encore, a best-selling compilation, Curtain Call: The Hits, and Eminem tickets for The Anger Management 3 Tour, he went on a self-imposed hiatus in order to deal with his personal issues, with a guest rap on Akon’s 2006 UK number one, “Smack That,” his only notable appearance for several years. But after returning in 2009 with Relapse, he then became the first solo artist to score five successive Billboard Top 200 chart-toppers and two different year-end best-selling albums with 2010’s return-to-form, Recovery. Rihanna collaboration “Love The Way You Lie” then added to his tally of number ones, Eminem tickets for The Home & Home tour alongside Jay-Z sold out immediately, whilst 2011’s Hell: The Sequel saw him revive his side-project with Royce Da 5’9”, Bad Meets Evil.