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Recent estimates point to a decrease in prices for Hannah Montana tickets available on the secondary market.

Hannah Montana's concert tour, featuring Miley Cyrus, quickly rose to become the hottest event of the year with kids and their parents scrambling to buy tickets. With seats selling fast, parents around the country voiced complaints that it was becoming far too difficult to purchase tickets, or that the few available tickets were selling at too high a price. While ticket resellers have been the scapegoat for soaring prices, the secondary market has actually kept prices down, making more seats available at an affordable price for fans eager to attend the tour.

Ironically, the tour's concert organizers themselves have withheld tickets from the general public, forcing the prices to skyrocket. In most cities, concert organizers held back a whopping 70 percent of the available tickets from sale to the public at each venue. At some arenas, the tour's concert organizers, not ticket brokers, auctioned off tickets for as much as $2,600 each.

As more tickets reach the secondary market, prices have dropped making more seats available to consumers. On one of the leading secondary ticket exchange, a wide range of tickets to the Hannah Montana tour are available for under $100, with tickets to the Minneapolis show starting at $70. These prices are bound to fall even further if concert organizers continue to release the 250,000 tickets that were never sold initially.

Hannah Montana: Let The Music Begin!

To get the best tickets at any high-profile concert or athletic event these days, prepare to spend cash, lot's of cash. Even if you're the first person in line. Take tickets for a New York Rangers regular-season game. They haven't won a Stanley Cup championship since 1994, but "VIP ringside" at center ice in Madison Square Garden will set you back $1,004.50, making them the most expensive regular-season, single-game seats in professional sports. Or how 'bout them Yankees? Major League Baseball's Bronx Bombers haven't been to the World Series since 2003 and they haven't won it since 2000. But that doesn't stop the team from selling the priciest seats in baseball - $400 a pop to sit near home plate or along the first and third-base lines at Yankee Stadium.

Now the Hannah Montana "Best of Both Worlds Tour" has arrived in St. Louis. Indeed, the tickets have been the hottest in town for weeks, since the announcement that Hannah's tour would start in St. Louis, triggering a madness somewhat like that stirred by the Beatles 40 years ago, but with a lower average age and higher-pitched screams. Parental frustration at the scalper frenzy was intense enough to trigger action from the Missouri attorney general. Attempts to get more tickets to actual parents brought requirements that worked for some parents and caused more frustration for others.

But in the end, fans were far from disappointed. The ages of concertgoers seemed to range from 4 or 5 to the ill-defined age when enthusiasm for artists like Hannah turns into the eye-rolling disdain of full-fledged teenagerhood. Pink tufts of fake or temporarily dyed hair were popular, as were headsets like the one Hannah wears as she sings. Girls tried to guess which of the seemingly endless string of limousines carried Hannah, but most of the limos disgorged astounding numbers of other Hannah fans in a clown-car manner. Inside Scottrade, after an opening set by the Jonas Brothers, fan dreams finally turned to reality as Hannah Montana was lowered from the ceiling onto the stage in an illuminated cube to the tune of her own "Rock Star." The accompanying screams from more than 15,000 fans was appropriately deafening.

Miley Cyrus to release 3-D "Best of Both Worlds" Film

Miley Cyrus, who plays Hannah Montana, plans to film her current "Best of Both Worlds" tour for a film that will be shown in movie theaters for one week. That week will be February 1 - February 7, 2008.

The film will be shot in 3-D at several venues on the current tour, which begins today in St. Louis.

Hannah Montana Concert Dates

October 23rd - Omaha, NE - Quest Center
October 25th - Denver, CO - CO Pepsi Center
October 27th - Salt Lake City, UT - Energy Solutions Arena
October 29th - Seattle, WA - Key Arena
October 30th - Portland, OR - Rose Garden
November 1st - Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena
November 3rd - Anaheim, CA - Honda Center Sun
November 4th - San Jose, CA - HP Pavilion
November 5th - Fresno, CA - SaveMart Center
November 7th - Los Angelos, CA - Staples Center
November 8th - San Diego, CA - San Diego Sports Arena
November 9th - Glendale, AZ - Arena
November 11th - Houston, TX - Toyota Center
November 12th - San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
November 14th - F t. Worth, TX - Ft. Worth Convention Center
November 15th - Bossier City, LA - LA CenturyTel Center
November 19th - Tampa, FL - St. Pete Times Forum
November 20th - Sunrise, FL - BankAtlanctic Center
November 23rd - Nashville, TN - Sommet Center *Miley's Birthday!*
November 24th - Knoxville, TN - Thompson-Boling Arena
November 25th - Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum
November 27th - Charlotte, NC - Charlotte Bobcats Arena
November 28th - Duluth, GA - Arena at Gwinnett Center
November 29th - Memphis, TN - FedExForum
December 1st - N. Little Rock, AR - ALLTEL Arena
December 2nd - Oklahoma City, OK - Ford Center
December 3rd - Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
December 5th - Auburn Hills, MI - Palace at Auburn Hills
December 6th - Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
December 8th - Rosemont, IL - Allstate Arena
December 9th - Indianapolis, IN - Conseco Fieldhouse
December 11th - Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
December 12th Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
December 13th - Cincinnati, OH - US Bank Arena
December 15th - Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
December 16th - Rochester, NY - BlueCross Arena
December 17th - Philadelphia, PA - Wachovia Center
December 19th - Hartford, CT - Hartford Civic Center
December 20th - Providence, RI - Dunkin Donuts Center
December 21st - Worcester, MA - DCU Center
December 22nd - Worcester, MA - DCU Center<
December 27th - Long Island, NY - Nassau Coliseum
December 28th - Long Island, NY - Nassau Coliseum
December 29th - Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
December 30th - Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
January 3rd - Cleveland, OH - Quickens Loan Arena
January 4th - Pittsburgh, PA - Mellon Arena
January 5th - Atlantic City, NJ - Boardwalk Hall
January 7th - Washington DC - Verizon Center
January 8th - Baltimore, MD - 1st Mariner Arena
January 9th - Albany, NY - Times Union Center
January 11th - Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena
January 13th - Milwaukee, WI - Bradley Center
January 14th - Chicago, IL - United Center
January 15rd - St Louis, MO - Scottrade Center
January 22th - Glendale, AZ - Arena
January 24th - Austin, TX - Frank Erwin Center
January 25th - Lafayette, LA - Cajundome
January 28th - Orlando, FL - Amway Arena
January 29th - Orlando, FL - Amway Arena
January 30th - Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
January 31th - Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena