The last of Morgan Wallen’s three summer shows in upstate New York takes place at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater in Syracuse on Friday, July 8 (7/8/2022), and while tickets have sold out. sold out quickly for the show, it’s not too late to get in the door.

Let’s get one thing straight: the show is sold out. There are only resale tickets left available on sites like StubHub, TicketNetwork, MegaSeats, VividSeats and SeatGeek, and they won’t come cheap. Right now, SeatGeek has the absolute lowest price on a ticket to the show, at $206 per head for a general admission seat on the lawn.

Here’s where you can get tickets (and how much it will cost):

  • Stub Hub: The cheapest tickets start at $245 for general admission lawn seating, while reserved tickets and pit tickets climb to $6,000 and more.
  • Seat Geek: SeatGeek has the best deal at $206 for Lawn and great availability. The cheapest reserved seat is currently $263, but there is only one available.
  • Vivid seats: Also offering a bargain, with lawn tickets starting at $207 and front row tickets over $1,000.
  • TicketNetwork: Tickets on the lawn start at $264, while tickets under the roof start at $344.
  • Megaseats: Lawn tickets start at $306, with some retailers fishing row seat prices above $7,000.

Resale tickets from Ticketmaster/LiveNation, the official St. Joe’s Amp ticket seller, are also available, but they start above $500, and better deals and availability elsewhere.

Wallen, who sparked controversy after he was filmed using the N-word in February, hasn’t seen a drop in demand for his tickets. Despite being dropped by radio stations and banned from award shows, the Syracuse show was St. Joe’s Amp’s first sold-out sale since Florida Georgia Line in 2019.

Hardy will open the show for Wallen.

Wallen rose to fame as a contestant on “The Voice” in 2014 and released his debut album in 2018, winning Best New Artist at the Country Music Association Awards. His hits include “Up Down” (with Florida Georgia Line), “Whiskey Glasses”, “Chasin’ You”, “More Than My Hometown” and “7 Summers”.