Now that gas prices are dropping and inflation has dipped from its spring-summer highs, Marylanders with a bit more cash in their pockets might be looking for some fall entertainment outside Maryland sports betting.
Sports events like the Ravens vs Bills might be pricey, but you're guaranteed a great time. Couple in the fact that in a short while you will be able to use a Caesars Sportsbook Maryland promo code to bet on their partner team, the Ravens, and you can count on getting a rush of dopamine that evening. But its not just sports events that will cost you, tickets to great concerts are also going to come with a price tag.
BetMaryland.com therefore decided to check out the most expensive available tickets (via Ticketmaster) in the state this October, including concerts, pro sporting events, musicals/plays and festivals.
Most Expensive October Events To Get a Ticket For In Maryland
*The lowest prices of the events were taken on Sept 21st
**Hamilton will be touring at the location from Oct. 11th to Oct. 30th, including multiple shows on some days. For the cost, we found the average ticket price of all the shows combined.
No. 1: I Prevail
At No. 1 is the Oct. 1 Fillmore Concert for the rock group I Prevail, where the lowest ticket will set you back $375.
The 5-man band from Michigan, formed in 2013, has gained worldwide popularity with a musical mix of metal, punk and rap and both its original material and unique covers.
No. 2: Steve Lacy
Coming in second place is 24-year-old singer, songwriter, guitarist Steve Lacy, on a solo tour after first gaining fame in the alt R&B band, the Internet.
A ticket to see Lacy at the Baltimore Soundstage is priced at $193.
No. 3: Bills Visit the Ravens
The Ravens hit the Top 10 at spots 3 and 9, with seats for their Oct. 2 home game against the Bills priced at $189 and their Oct. 9 home game against the Bengals priced at $100.
No. 4: FLETCHER
No. 4 is the moody, American singer-songwriter FLETCHER, whose show at the Fillmore tops out at $140.
FLETCHER first broke through with the viral single “War Paint” in 2015 and hit the charts again with “Undrunk” in 2019. Her debut album, “Girl of My Dreams,” came out this year.
No. 5: Hamilton
You might only get one shot to see the touring version of the Tony-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda smash, “Hamilton,” at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, where seats are still available at $131.50 – a bargain compared to the Broadway price.
No. 6: Ray LaMontagne
In at No. 6 is Ray LaMontagne at the Music Center at Strathmore, where the singer-songwriter’s ticket is $129.
No. 7: Ocean’s Calling music festival
If the weather holds, off-season Ocean City is a nice day at the beach and October holds the final two days of this year’s Ocean’s Calling music festival.
Acts include the Lumineers, Cage the Elephant, Alanis Morissette, Cyndi Lauper and many more. The lowest-priced available ticket is $126.
No. 8: All Things Go
On the same day as Ocean's Calling, you also could have spent $124.50 for the All Things Go music festival at Merriweather Post Pavillion in Columbia, but it’s sold out.
Top acts performing are Lorde, Mitski and Bleachers, with many more.
No. 9: Joe Burrow and the Bengals Come To Town
Seats for the Ravens' Oct. 9 home game against the Bengals are priced at $100.
All the best seats must be gone for the Joe Burrow show, after the young gunslinger took the team to the Super Bowl just last year.
No. 10: Commanders Host Aaron Rodgers
Finally, at No. 10, the Commanders host the Packers at FedEx Field in Landover with the lowest ticket to be had for $95.
BetMaryland.com utilized Ticketmaster.com to find the highest priced events in the state of Maryland over the course of October 2022. For events, we included concerts, pro sporting events, musicals/plays and festivals.