Forbes recently unveiled the most expensive tours coming up in 2015. Fleetwood Mac took the No. 1 slot, continuing to draw fans to venues across the country for their ‘On With the Show Tour’ for an average $307 per ticket. U2’s upcoming ‘Innocence + Experience’ tour also made its way on to the Top 15 list with tickets averaging out at $256. Those top tours were followed by the Who ($250 per ticket), the Foo Fighters ($164) and more.

The list was determined based on the average ticket prices found on secondary sales sites like StubHub. While the originally priced ticket could be far less costly to fans, the chances of grabbing those now are few and far between when high demand leads to even higher website traffic, ultimately crashing ticket sites and leaving fans out in the cold. That’s when we turn to the secondary sellers only to find prices significantly higher -- and according to Forbes' list, we're still more than willing to shell out the extra cash to see our favorite acts.

Check out Forbes full list below:

Most Expensive Tours of 2015
1. Fleetwood Mac – $307.78
2. Maroon 5 – $279.42
3. Taylor Swift – $262.85
4. Neil Diamond – $261.33
5. Chris Brown, Trey Songz – $258.70
6. U2 – $256.93
7. Bob Seger – $251.57
8. The Who – $250.59
9. One Direction – $223.01
10. Kenny Chesney – $185.11
11. 5 Seconds of Summer – $179.30
12. Ariana Grande – $178.30
13. Meghan Trainor – $169.80
14. Iggy Azalea, Nick Jonas – $167.19
15. Foo Fighters – $164.12

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