Jason Aldean's Night Train Tour has been one of the biggest country tours of 2013-14. Aldean has been able to sell out some of the biggest arenas in the country, leaving the secondary market as the best place to get tickets. The average price for Jason Aldean tickets
on the secondary market across the entire tour is currently $197, according to FrontRowTickets.com.
When Aldean heads into the Sprint Center in Kansas City on February 28, the average price will be well above the tour's average. The average price in Kansas City is currently $425 per ticket, which is 115$ above the tour average. The get-in price of $162 is closer to the tour average than the show's average ticket price. In just the the past week, ticket prices have gone up 24% for the show at the Sprint Center. Demand is so big in the Kansas City area, only a limited number of tickets are still available for the show. As the show comes closer, the small supply could make the ticket price increase for those desperate for last minute tickets.
For fans who have yet to get tickets for the concert, just trying to get into the show at the below tour average price could be the best bet rather than paying a premium price for an average ticket.