July 26, 2021

Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett ‘Cheek to Cheek’ Tour Keeps Strong Till The Finale

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett are approaching the end of their Cheek to Cheek tour, which is slated to wrap up August 1 in Washington, D.C. Last fall, the “Paparazzi” singer partnered with Tony Bennett and released their “Cheek to Cheek” duet album, which features jazz standards. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard chart, and went on to become a Grammy-winning album. Despite the 60 years between them, the Cheek to Cheek Tour has brought the duo into a unified pair who has been impressing crowds with over two hours of singing each performance.

The 37-date tour began December 30 in Las Vegas, and gradually expanded into a much larger run, playing major shows like four dates at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, and two dates at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The tour has just six dates left on the calendar, including a date in Atlantic City, NJ on July 24, and the tour’s two final dates in Washington, D.C. at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall on July 31 and August 1.

The majority of their final dates are selling out, although tickets to see Lady and Tony Bennett are available on Ticketmaster. For dates that have already sold out, fans have the option to utilize Ticketmaster’s Ticket Exchange option, where ticket holders can safely resell their previously purchased tickets directly through the Ticketmaster site. The re-sell option also provides the convenience of utilizing the seating chart map to identify the best seats available for purchase.

For their remaining dates, the average secondary ticket price to see the duo perform is $213.58. The cheapest remaining date is their July 29 show at Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Georgia, where the average ticket price is $93.47 with a get-in price of $66.

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett complement each other perfectly as a duo, as Cheek to Cheek which works to showcase Gaga’s talent and earn the respect of an older fan base, while also exposing the younger generation of her fans to the jazz classics that came well-before her hit “Bad Romance.”