Amy Scumer, actress and comedian, will launch her standup national comedy tour in Reading, Pennsylvania on April 7, 2016. The tour is slated to hit 19 venues and run until June 23, where it will wrap up at New York City's Madison Square Garden. The Trainwreck star, who hails from New York City, will perform her most expensive stop at the famous venue, where tickets on the resale market are averaging over $200 more than her other dates.
Tickets to see Amy Schumer are going quickly, and they have hit the resale market.
As it stands, tickets for all of Amy Schumer's date are averaging $140 on the secondary market. Tickets to her final stop at Madison Square Garden on June 23 are averaging an impressive $430, with the cheapest ticket priced at $161. Meanwhile, Madison Square Garden parking starts at just $10 on ParkWhiz. Primary tickets for that show, which ranged from $29-$99, are entirely sold out, which will force fans looking for tickets to rely on the secondary market.
The next priciest stop on Schumer's tour is her April 23 stop at CenturyLink Center Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, where tickets are averaging $188, with the cheapest ticket priced at $101.
Schumer's stop at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pennsylvania is by far her most affordable date. Tickets for the April 8 comedy show are averaging just $49, and the cheapest ticket is up for grabs for a mere $7, according to data provided by ticket aggregator, TiqIQ.
Schumer's tour will act as excellent promotion for the launch of her fourth season of her Comedy Central series, Inside Amy Schumer, which debuts on April 21st, has even more in store for the comedian, who is set to publish her first book, The Girl with The Lower Back Tattoo, on August 16.
In January, Schumer took home the MVP award at the Critics' Choice Awards as well as an award for Best Actress in a Comedy for her role in Trainwreck. The Judd Apatow film, which also features Bill Hader, Colin Quinn and Brie Larson, was highly reviewed across the board.