In this Oct. 16, 2018 file photo, the Houston Chronicle’s Michael Zugman looks at the opening of a new music venue on Westheimer.
The city announced Monday, Oct. 17, 2019, it is partnering with Ticketmaster and Ticketmaster Live to offer the cheapest music tickets in the United States.
Ticketmaster has partnered with TicketMaster Live to sell its own music on the platform.
TicketMaster is also selling tickets on its website through the platform to help boost its own revenues.
Ticket master has not yet announced how much it will make from the sale of concert tickets.
The Houston Chronicle is owned by Hearst Corp., a Hearst media conglomerate.
(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File) The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports Houston’s average ticket price in 2018 was $17.50.
Houston was the cheapest city in the U.S. to get a ticket in 2019, according to data from Ticketmaster.
Houston’s price on average for concert tickets in 2019 was $8.87, according the company.
The city’s average price for a single day of concerts in 2019 is $4,094, according data from Billboard.
It is the cheapest day of the year to get concert tickets on the system, according Billboard data.
Houston is the second-most expensive city in terms of average ticket prices.
New Orleans, Texas, was the most expensive city, according ticketmaster data.