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We just got treated to an early Christmas gift as iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball 2023 tour lineup features artists including Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, Jelly Roll, Sabrina Carpenter and more. General onsale tickets were released on Friday (Oct. 6) through Ticketmaster, which means you can officially snag a pair for you and your friends to see your favorite artists live this holiday season.
The tour will kickoff Sunday (Nov. 26) in Tampa, Fla., and will continue to other cities including Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, New York City, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Atlanta and, finally, ending in Miami on Saturday (Dec. 16).
Other artists you can look forward to joining the main stage include Pentatonix, Big Time Rush, OneRepublic, Melanie Martinez, Doechii and David Kushner.
Missed out on tickets or didn’t get the spot you wanted? You might be able to score better tickets through cheap ticket sites including StubHub, VividSeats and Seat Geek. We broke down each resale ticket site below including how much tickets are currently going for at time of publication.
How to Get Tickets to Jingle Ball 2023
General onsale for tickets is happening through Ticketmaster on Friday (Oct. 6) at 12 p.m. local time. There may still be tickets available through the official retailer, which you can check by clicking the button below.
Through StubHub you can get tickets to Jingle Ball 2023 starting at $46 with the option to customize tickets based on recommended ones from the site or price, or you can click on the interactive map to select exactly where you want to sit. The site also comes with the FanProtect Guarantee, which you can read more about here.
Tickets through VivdSeats go for around $44 and include 100% Buyer Guarantee protection to help keep your purchases safe. To make sure you get the type of tickets you want, the site allows you to sort tickets by price or seating area in the arena.
Seat Geek‘s tickets start at $36 and are ranked on a scale of 1-10 that tell you how good of a deal it is. Tickets labeled as a 10 are considered the best deal, and one-rated tickets are the worst. You can also include fees when looking at ticket prices and even sign up to get notified if ticket sales drop in cost.
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