Skillet will be touring in 2021 and 2022, according to their website. The tour, which is called “The Aftermath Tour,” will begin on Fri 15. October 2021 19:30, Marquee Theatre, 730 N. Mill Ave, Tempe, US.
Skillet is coming off releasing their newest album “Unleashed” which debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart and was nominated for a Grammy Award as well as winning Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song at this year’s GRAMMY Awards. This new tour will be Skillet’s first full-length headlining tour since 2014.
Skillet is an American Christian rock band consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist John Cooper, bassist Trey McClurkin, drummer Jen Ledger, and keyboardist Seth Morrison. They have released ten albums since 1996 with a total of 14 million records sold. The group’s name comes from the cooking utensil which John Cooper uses to cook for his family. Skillet tours are known for their high-energy performances that always deliver a top-notch show.
So it is going to be another exciting tour in his 2021 and 2022 schedule. Get your ticket before it sold out.
how much are Skillet ‘The Aftermath Tour’ tickets?
Skillet tickets range in price depending on their availability, but the average cost of admission is around $150. Based on my own experiences, Skillet concerts are extremely energetic and loads of fun so I would say that’s worth the money. There are various types of tickets there.
It’s $150 to $377 per ticket and we’ll need to know how many tickets you want. Skillet “The Aftermath” tour offers a chance for the Live Skillet Experience. You’ll get to participate in a pre-show experience where you will be able to meet John Cooper of Skillet before the show for UNFORGETTABLE memorabilia. For an additional fee, you also have the option of participating in a post-show experience as well with backstage access and meet & greet with all members of Skillet.
The Skillet ‘The Aftermath Tour’ VIP tickets are currently ranging from $500 to $700. The prices fluctuate, but will usually trend upwards as the tour date gets nearer. Thankfully, there’s still time to buy. You can use sites like StubHub or Ticketmaster for your purchase.