The Kings of Leon return to the concert arena with their 2014 tour of North America. Emerging from Nashville with a new fusion of southern rock and blues, the band has conquered both alternative and mainstream music charts around the globe. Brothers Caleb, Jared, and Nathan Followill formed the band in the early 2000's - taking the band's name from their father, Leon Followill; after seizing their cousin Matthew Followill from his home in Mississippi, the Kings were complete. Their first two albums, Youth & Young Manhood and Aha Shake Heartbreak, were acclaimed by critics and made waves across Europe. But popular success did not come until the release of their fourth album, Only by the Night. Going double-platinum, the album contained the worldwide smash, Sex on Fire, and the Grammy Award-winning Use Somebody. Now promoting their sixth album, Mechanical Bull, the Kings of Leon rock across America with a selection of their greatest hits. Buy Kings of Leon concert tickets here to be part of the live experience!
Superbowl Tickets rise and fall in price like the stock market. Below we will report on changes we discover multiple times each day up until game time in Arizona on February 1. Be sure to compare our prices and fees, chances are we will win every price comparison to find cheap SuperBowl tickets when comparing the exact same seat.
Cheapest tickets for the Superbowl stand at $2544 in the endzone before fees and delivery. Tickets in the corners and endzone were slowly dropping as various brokers fought to be lowest. Things seemed to have leveled off at $1821 and moved back up to around $1840 before reversing direction again and landing at $1527 shortly and returning to $1587 Sunday night with continued momentum flat since a few hours after the Patriots game. It looked that we may have been at a bottom around $1561, things turned up in the second half of the Patriots game. After returning to $1651 we came back to $1587 a short drop $1527 and back to $1587 again. Mid morning Monday saw a spike to $1716. These prices are, however, now close to sellers at a $1712 low last week. Prices rose all day Monday ending at $1850. Of special note earlier yesterday were section C lower bowl seats for $2217, relatively the bargain of the day. Those have since gone up to $2775 before falling back to $2622 and bouncing up to $2641 and back again to $2159. Zone D joined the fall at $2035. Those seats spiked to with section D at $2405 and section C at $2452 Monday. Almost no movement overnight, gave way to this jump in some most mid morning, with prices moving up all day Monday, the current low now rested $2035, close to the highest seen in weeks. Things seemed to flatten out mid week around $2200. On Thursday the rise continued bringing the cheapest price up to $2544. Last updated 1/23/2015 3:42 pm EST