Bette Midler is back and is coming to a city near you!


Bette Midler is back and is coming to a city near you!

Tickets will go on sale beginning November 17 in select markets! With every ticket purchased online, Bette Midler fans are entitled to a copy of her new CD, “It’s the Girls!” Offer applies to select shows only.

See below for a full list of tour dates:

May 08 – Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL
May 09 – Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL
May 11 – Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL
May 13 – Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA
May 16 – Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, LA
May 18 – Toyota Center in Houston, TX
May 20 – Pepsi Center in Denver, CO
May 22 – MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV
May 24 – US Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ
May 26 – SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, CA
May 28 – Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA
May 29 – Honda Center in Anaheim, CA
June 01 – KeyArena in Seattle, WA
June 02 – Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC
June 07 – Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN
June 10 – The Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI
June 12 – TD Garden in Boston, MA
June 13 – Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT
June 16 – Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA
June 18 – United Center in Chicago, IL
June 20 – Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON
June 22 – Verizon Center in Washington, DC
June 25 – Madison Square Garden in New York, NY

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4 thoughts on “Bette Midler is back and is coming to a city near you!

  1. Ticket resalers here in Sin City are already guaranteeing seats by section, available for purchase now. Top ticket price is $2,438 for a single seat on the floor, front center section, somewhere in the first 20 rows. The lowest price ticket in the nosebleed section is going for about $200. I hope the pre-sale on the 17th can do reasonably well or better, for a lot less moola.

    Do you happen to know if the tickets for seats on sale during pre-sale will be “better” (in terms of seating location in the auditorium) than the actual sale date, one week later? Sometimes, that isn’t always the case. xx

    P.S. Any idea what the actual ticket prices will range (before the scalpers/ticket agencies markup)?

    Thanks, Mister D, for everything….as always, you’re the best!!!

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