2014 is now just a fleeting memory, overthrown by the calendar’s flip into the New Year. While pop music continues to grow and birth younger, edgier artists, historic rock outfit Fleetwood Mac has done its best to thwart Father Time following a monumental year. After posting the top-priced music tour of 2014 with the On With The Show Tour, the quintet will again reign supreme on the secondary ticket market in 2015.

With 40 more shows scheduled on its North American leg through April, Fleetwood Mac will own the only tour average on the secondary market that exceeds the $300 plateau. Maroon 5’s V Tour follows as a distant second, while Taylor Swift and Neil Diamond’s respective World Tours take the third and fourth slots. Chris Brown and Trey Songz’s joint Between The Sheets Tour rounds off the top five most expensive tours of the year.

Fleetwood Mac won’t be the only experienced rock group eliciting big ticket demand on the secondary market this year. U2 is slated to begin its iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE World Tour in May while The Who continues its 50th anniversary celebration in April. Bob Seger will also burn rubber across North American highways when he brings his Ride Out Tour to select arenas beginning later this month.

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