Country music and summertime go together like peanut butter and jelly.
And with so many big country tours launching just in time for sunny weather, TiqIQ has assembled a list of the tours with the most expensive price tag for a ticket.
Eric Church topped the list with an average ticket price of $201.11, while Luke Bryan followed closely behind with an average price of $198.61 to attend one of his shows.
Jason Aldean, Toby Keith and Zac Brown Band rounded out the top five with their tickets ranging from $161 to $180.
The top 10 most pricey country tours this summer are listed below.
1. Eric Church | Avg. Price: $203.11
2. Luke Bryan | Avg. Price: $198.61
3. Jason Aldean | Avg. Price: $180.99
4. Toby Keith | Avg. Price: $162.71
5. Zac Brown Band | Avg. Price: $161.99
6. Keith Urban | Avg. Price: $160.08
7. Martina McBride | Avg. Price: $151.24
8. Brad Paisley | Avg. Price: $139.16
9. Blake Shelton | Avg. Price: $137.25
10. Lady Antebellum | Avg. Price: $137.25
Cody Alan is the host and executive producer of CMT After MidNite, CMT Radio Live and CMT All Access. A respected veteran personality, producer and programmer in the broadcast industry, Cody's shows originate from Nashville and are broadcast on stations across America. Cody's shows feature the biggest names in country music and entertainment, and his wit, energy and charm shine with big star guests and live interaction with listeners. He brings fans unprecedented access to all things current in country music and entertainment in an environment that's genuine, unpredictable and fun. Dierks Bentley says, "Cody's show always feels fresh and current. Cody cares about country music's past and future, and has always worked to make his shows exciting, interesting and personal."
Named the Academy of Country Music's "National On-Air Personality" in 2013 and 2010, Cody also hosts CMT's weekly Hot 20 Countdown and #1 Music and a Movie, in addition to co-hosting CMT's annual red carpet special live from the CMT Music Awards.
After gigs in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, Cody made it to the major leagues at age 23 when he landed in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. He's been honored at the Grand Ole Opry, featured in USA Today, GQ Magazine, People Country and Country Weekly; and has been seen on E! News, as well as HLN. Cody has been named Radio and Records Music Director of the Year five times, while Billboard magazine and the Radio Music Awards honored him with the annual title as well.
When not on radio or TV, Cody loves working out, running, watching reality shows, superhero movies, listening to all kinds of music, relaxing in the mountains, eating Mexican food and spending time with family and friends.