Eve and Gwen Stefani Are Having Trouble Selling Tickets to Their ‘This Is What the Truth Feels Like’ Tour
Gwen Stefani's This Is What the Truth Feels Like Tour isn't exactly the hottest ticket in town this summer. Though Stefani's third studio album This Is What the Truth Feels Like, her first LP in ten years, was met with fanfare and critical acclaim, the coinciding tour isn't getting the same reception. Ticket sales for the summer tour featuring Gwen's longtime cohort Eve are reportedly so bad, Live Nation is practically giving seats away.
Live Nation sent out an email blast to customers offering a ticket deal on Friday (June 30). Concert goers can snag 4 tickets for $40, which is a telling sign of how bad the sales slump is.
Eve and Gwen made a dynamic duo back in the early 2000's with songs like "Rich Girl" and the Grammy Award-winning "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," so it made sense for the two to link up again. In recent years, the Philly spitter and first lady of Ruff Ryders has been turning her career focus much more to acting, appearing in Ice Cube's Barbershop movie franchise. Back in April, E-V-E told her fans on Twitter that she would be dropping new music soon, but we're still waiting on that front.
The 27-date tour is set to start this month on July 12 and finish up by early October. Would you go see Gwen and Eve reunite now that ticket prices are reduced?
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