By Jayla Cooper
Budgeting can be difficult, especially if you’re interested in the upcoming St. Louis concerts and city events. At concerts you are tempted to spend money on more than just the tickets. You will be drawn to souvenirs such as: T-shirts, posters, hats and food. Don't worry, On The Money can help you with perfecting your concert budget!
Tickets vary depending on where you sit. The closer you sit towards the stage the more expensive it is and the farther away you sit the less expensive it is. The tickets for seats further back can usually range from $25.00-$60.00 (limited to the artist). And the floor seats are normally $240.00-$910.00. This is where you decide how much you’re willing to spend according to your budget.
Souvenirs aren’t as expensive as tickets. But they are still a pricey purchase that you can make at a concert. For example if your attending a Kanye West concert and you want to purchase a “Yeezy” shirt it might cost more since his brand is a lot more expensive than any other artist. At any concert a Yeezy shirt can be bought for $35.00 and up(depending on size). Online a YEEZY shirt is only $14.00 on AliExpress.com. There is always a way to find things for cheap. Keep in mind that the quality is subject to change depending on what you pay as well. This is how On the Money saves, now it's your turn!
Concerts to look out for:
Every year St. Louis has one of it's most hype concerts known as The State of Emergency: Heal The City concert. The concert will be held Tuesday March 14th. The concert will be a night to remember. Artist names have not been released yet. But the awesome thing is that back in January, promoter Loose Cannon S.L.I.M. sold tickets for only $3.14 ( hinting 3 1 4 day)!!!
March 26th the, “Too Many Years” rapper Kodak Black will be performing at the pageant. We plan to hear No Flockin, Like Dat and There He Go.
Chance the Rapper will be in St. Louis May 14th at 8:00. His new collaboration with Future is already a hit on the charts. Chance has already sold out in 13 Cities so far.
Future with Migos, Tory Lanez and Kodak Black.
“4 Your Eyez Only” Tour will be stopping in St. Louis on June 13th. J. Cole will be giving St. Louis a glimpse of all the new songs on the latest album.
All of these artists have a successful career and would be worth spending a little extra money just to see in the front row (if it is in your budget). Good at helping others with homework? Make money tutoring! Consider babysitting or even doing some extra chores for extra coins!
These concerts are a must see this spring and Summer Get your tickets before prices rise!!!