Catching your favorite artist ain't cheap!

SeatGeek recently pulled a bunch of stats to determine the top 50 cities to see a concert in, ranking them from most to least expensive.

Minneapolis was the only Minnesota city to make the list, ranking 18th most expensive to see a show with the average concert ticket costing $129.

The show to fetch the highest average ticket price was One Direction in 2013 with the average ticket costing $392.

The most expensive city to catch a concert is Las Vegas, NV with the average ticket going for $206 while the least expensive city is Norfolk, VA with tickets selling for about $85.

Check out the full list of 50 cities from least to most expensive average ticket prices here:

50. Norfolk - $85
49. Richmond - $90
48. Indianapolis - $99
47. St. Louis - $104
46. Providence - $104
45. Riverside - $104
44. Raleigh - $104
43. Portland - $105
42. Cleveland - $107
41. Birmingham - $109
40. Cincinnati - $110
39. Austin - $111
38. Charlotte - $112
37. Milwaukee - $112
36. Detroit - $114
35. Pittsburgh - $115
34. Denver - $115
33. Buffalo - $119
32. Jacksonville - $120
31. Kansas City - $121
30. Baltimore - $121
29. Sacramento - $122
28. Salt Lake City - $122
27. Memphis - $122
26. San Diego - $123
25. Columbus - $123
24. Philadelphia - $124
23. San Francisco - $125
22. Seattle - $126
21. Washington, DC - $126
20. Boston - $126
19. Phoenix - $128
18. Minneapolis - $129
17. Nashville - $130
16. Louisville - $131
15. Tampa - $131
14. Oklahoma City - $132
13. Atlanta - $133
12. Orlando - $134
11. Hartford - $135
10. Chicago - $140
9. Los Angeles - $140
8. Houston - $142
7. New Orleans - $145
6. New York - $154
5. Dallas - $158
4. San Antonio - $159
3. Miami - $166
2. San Jose - $167
1. Las Vegas - $206

Either I'm going to the wrong shows or just really frugal with my money; I won't pay more than $50 to see a show!

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