Puddle of Mudd has just announced a 2021-date U.S. tour which begins this summer and will spill into the fall as they embark on their first major headlining tour in five years, bringing with them an electric setlist that includes tracks from all six albums including hits like “Blurry,” “Control” and more.
Puddle of Mudd will first step onstage on July 16 in Fort Worth, Texas, and is scheduled to play another five days before they’re back playing for a brief stretch ending July. More sporadic dates are set up for August with six shows booked so far while two more happen this month (October). The last show planned is November 20th at Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin.
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Puddle of Mudd announced U.S. 2021 concert tour dates and schedules
The band Puddle of Mudd has announced its 2021 concert tour dates and schedules. Beginning in March, the group will be touring North America for 36 shows. This is a great opportunity for fans to see their favorite artists live! Tickets are on sale now so make sure you’re there when they play near you.
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The average price of a Puddle of Mudd concert ticket is usually around $69.00 USD, but the cheapest ticket can be as low as $36.00. With slightly more than 14 shows lined up in different locations across the U.S., prices for these concerts will vary significantly depending on which show you decide to purchase tickets for and when you decide to buy your tickets (since seats are bound to go fast). If you’re looking to save some cash and don’t mind missing out on seeing Puddles live, consider picking up a front-row seat at one of the more expensive venues such as Nashville, Maryland Heights St Louis, or New York City instead of shelling out those extra dollars for a first-class flight.