May 8, 7 p.m. update: Without an announcement, more tickets, priced at $72 before fees, were made available for Sunday's show via ticketmaster.com. Customers can now also buy four tickets per household, rather than two.
May 6, 8:31 p.m. update: $122 tickets are back in circulation on Ticketmaster.
May 6, 5:58 p.m. update: Employees of Royal Farms Arena would not comment on sales figures or projections at this time. Based on our own searching of ticketmaster.com, it appears the first two tiers of tickets ($22, $122) have sold out. Other tickets ($197, $497) are still available.
May 6, 4:51 p.m. update: Ticketmaster, a subsidiary of Live Nation, has listed the price range for tickets: $22-$497 before fees. Tickets for the concert — which is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Sunday according to the Royal Farms Arena website — go on sale at 5 p.m.
Other ticket information to keep in mind:
• There is a two-ticket limit per household.
• Tickets are only available through ticketmaster.com and livenation.com. No tickets will be sold at the arena's box office, per Royal Farms Arena's website.
• There are only two delivery options for tickets: "Print at Home" or via "Mobile." No tickets will be left at will call.
Prince will play a surprise "Rally 4 Peace" concert at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore on Sunday, following the unrest last week over the death of Freddie Gray.
Other music stars are expected to join Prince and his 3RDEYEGIRL band at the Mother's Day concert, which they hope will be a "catalyst for pause and reflection following the outpouring of violence that has gripped Baltimore and areas throughout the U.S.," the announcement said.
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"As a symbolic message of our shared humanity and love for one another, attendees are invited to wear something gray in tribute to all those recently lost in the violence," the announcement said.
According the press release, Prince will also take this opportunity to give back to the city hosting him. "A portion of the proceeds will be directed to the benefit of local Baltimore based youth charities," according to the announcement.
Prince is expected to debut his protest song, written last week, titled "Baltimore." The song has not been released, but the lyrics were posted online.