Pentatonix Locks In Summer Routing

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Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.

The acapella specialists of Pentatonix are hitting a long string of amphitheaters this summer and priming the pump for an album of pop covers.

The tour starts July 12 in Salt Lake City’s USANA Amphitheatre and stretches for more than two months, wrapping Sept. 16 in Tinley Park, Ill.’s Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.

The routing moves throughout North America, and the September dates are a bit after the traditional amphitheater season.

A presale for Patreon members starts March 5, Citi cardholders get a presale March 8 and the general onsale opens March 9.

The upcoming project, PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol. I, will see the group covering current pop favorites like its recently released version of Camila Cabello’s “Havana”.

The group has a pretty huge social media following, as that video already has more than 5 million views.

Last year was quieter year for the singers but the group ranked No. 81 on the 2016 Year End Top 200 North American tours chart. That year the group kept prices relatively low, at an average of around $54 and we had them with a total gross of $15.3 million. They averaged 6,489 tickets per market in 43 cities.

That year saw them take on major venues like Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena; Tulsa, Okla.’s BOK Center; and the Greek Theatre At UC Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. Pentatonix also got its globetrotting on that year, with shows in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and all throughout Europe. 

For the latest on Pentatonix tour plans, check out the group’s Pollstar artist page.