The smallest of the three venues is Comerica park, so fans in Eminem's home town of Detroit may have a difficult time finding seats.
South Windsor, CT (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Even though tickets don't officially go on sale to the general public until Friday, Eminem and Rihanna are topping sales charts on the secondary ticket market with their "Monster" tour. The tour takes its name from "The Monster," the October 2013 follow-up release to the duo's August 2010 smash hit, "Love the Way You Lie."
The 2014 tour is appearing in only three venues, with two shows each, and secondary ticket market sales have already been strong. The smallest of the three venues is Comerica Park, with a seating capacity of only 41,782 (as opposed to MetLife Stadium's 82,566 and the Rose Bowl's 92,542), so fans in Eminem's home town of Detroit may have a difficult time finding seats to see the pair some critics have dubbed "Beauty and the Beast." Fans can search for tickets at http://www.TicketLiquidator.com.
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