Plenty of tickets to the Beyonce concert at AT&T Stadium in Arlington are still available. It's understandable: The queen of pop is easily one of the biggest concert draws of the year in North Texas, but she's also attempting to fill the area's most monstrous arena.
A LiveNation rep confirms the show is not sold out and that the tour just released more than 700 new seats.
On Ticketmaster, the original seller of Beyonce tickets, lots of seats are still available, from $63 to $280. As of Monday morning, entire chunks of seats on the ground floor are available for the higher price -- $280 each -- which means you could take a group of friends and not have to split up and sit alone.
A single resale seat, nestled near the catwalk but also close to the main stage, has been marked $1,714.50 on Ticketmaster.
On StubHub, the least expensive seats in the nosebleed 400 level could cost as low as $59 at the time of this writing. Seats in the 100-level bowl, with good eyeshot to the stage, average about $200.
SeatGeek is selling its lowest-priced tickets for $71. Want to splurge? Four tickets in section 125 -- in the lower bowl but with direct eyeshot to the stage and catwalk -- can be yours for $5,000 each, not including fees.
The lowest-priced tickets we could find were via Ticket Network, at $48 for 400-level seats.
Vivid Seats has some for $49, also at the 400 level.
Note that all ticket pricing is bound to change as the concert nears.
Beyonce last performed at AT&T Stadium in Arlington in July 2014 with husband Jay Z for their On the Run tour. Critic Hunter Hauk called the duo "larger than life" in a show that was easily one of the biggest in Dallas-Fort Worth in 2014. Beyonce also performed at American Airlines Center in Dallas twice in 2013.
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Check guidelive.com early Tuesday for a review of the Beyonce concert.