Jay-Z's 4:44 tour opened Friday in Anaheim, California.
You could buy tickets for as little as six bucks to see Hov and his opening act Vic Mensa. Yet the Honda Center still had many empty seats.
Jay Z tickets $6 insane. pic.twitter.com/IU2pWb5uVA— Vive tu Vida ♛ (@Atiba_CompoundU) October 27, 2017
tickets to see Jay Z and Vic Mensa tonight are $11. insane. pic.twitter.com/tHDXu3bbln— scaredy kat™ (@whackkat) October 27, 2017
I love Jay Z. His tour was so fucking expensive when they first went on sale. Word is the venue is EMPTY in Anaheim. Tickets goin for $25— Cap Angels (@CapAngels) October 28, 2017
Feel like the incredibly slow Jay Z 4:44 tour ticket sales isn't getting more play. As it stands, lotta half empty stadiums— Raj (@BlogTrot) October 18, 2017
JAY then played Vegas on Saturday. He was supposed to have a show tomorrow night (November 1) in Fresno. However, that date has been canceled and there were more reports of six dollar tickets before it was.
His next show is Friday in Phoenix at the 18,000 seat Talking Stick Resort Arena. There are still thousands of tickets available at Ticketmaster, many around 25 bucks.
If that price keeps coming down, it suggests Hov is going to struggle to sell any of the 30 additional dates on the tour.
[Related: JAY-Z explains 4:44 shots at Kanye.]