Yesterday, Texas rock band Spoon unveiled a host of new 2022 US tour dates in support of their forthcoming album Lucifer On The Sofa – here’s what you need to know about presale codes, general on sales, and ticket prices.
Where will Spoon play on their 2022 tour?
After a one-off concert in February, at California’s Santa Ana Observatory, Spoon’s 2022 US tour will officially begin on 6 April, at Boston’s House of Blues.
It ends on 4 June, two months later. Spoon’s Lucifer On The Sofa tour will see them perform in Connecticut, Virginia, DC, Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, and a dozen or so other states.
Visit their website for the full list of tour dates, including links to websites like BandsInTown and SongKick, which help you track artists.
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How much are tickets for Spoon’s Lucifer On The Sofa tour?
The only tickets that are currently available to the general public to purchase for Spoon’s 2022 tour are Platinum Tickets. They range from $90 to $130. However, actual prices may differ.
The Platinum label means they’re dynamically priced up and down “based on demand”.
Platinum tickets are not part of VIP packages, and do not necessarily indicate actual presale or onsale prices.
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“Ticketmaster’s Official Platinum seat program enables market-based pricing (adjusting prices according to supply and demand) for live event tickets,” the vendor explains.
The general public onsale begins at 10am EST on Friday 21 January, according to the Live Nation booking interface.
It’s worth bearing in mind, however, that individual venues might operate in slightly different ways, so it’s worth checking with your local venue in order to avoid any inconvenience.
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How do presale codes for Spoon’s tour work?
In order to get access to Spoon presale codes and buy tickets before the general public onsale, sign up to the band’s mailing list here.
Alternatively, if you’re an American Express cardholder, you can use the presale code INGOLD. This should grant access to Spoon tickets from today (14 January) – according to Zumic. You will, however, need to finalise the purchase with an American Express card.
The Live Nation presale code, meanwhile, is apparently FRONTROW, and the LN Mobile App code is COVERT. Remember that venues may require proof of vaccination against covid-19, or a negative test.