Be prepared to break the bank if you're looking for tickets to Fleetwood Mac's latest tour.

According to Forbes, the band's On With the Show tour continues to fetch top dollar on the secondary market, with an average ticket price over $305. While it isn't surprising that their heavily hyped reunion with Christine McVie would generate high demand, what's truly impressive is the size of the gap between Fleetwood Mac and their closest competitors.

The list of average prices, created using data generated by ticket broker TiqIQ, shows that Maroon 5 is the market's second most expensive act with an average price just under $280; Taylor Swift comes in third, at just over $260.

There's also no shortage of big names on the live horizon for 2015. Popdust notes that some of the better-known acts planning to hit the road later this year include U2, whose average prices on the secondary market hover around $255, and the Who, whose upcoming U.S. dates are currently following close behind at around $250.

The moral of the story? Don't expect to find many bargains while you're on the hunt for tickets to see rock's biggest acts in 2015. This might be a good year to kick back with a few of your favorite live albums.

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