Shawn Mendes Books 2022 Date at T-Mobile Arena In Las Vegas

Mendes is set to play 64 arenas dates on his tour

By Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | T-Mobile Arena

Raise your hand if your 2022 concert calendar is filling up fast. Raise two hands if you’re running out of scratch to pay for all of these tickets.

Now put both hands down and contemplate your next ticket purchase because Grammy nominee Shawn Mendes just announced that his Wonder: The World Tour is coming to T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip on September 15, 2022.

Mendes, not to be confused with “Lullaby” singer Shawn Mullins or former WWE star Shawn Michaels, kicks off the “Wonder” tour next March in Copenhagen and will land back in North America in late July. He’ll play a total of 64 arena dates on the tour, which comes on the heels of his Shawn Mendes: The Tour, which spanned 105 dates from 2019 to 2020.

How does he do it? He’s 23, that’s how.

Tickets to Mendes’ T-Mobile Arena show go on sale October 7, starting at a reasonably priced $39.50. There will be American Express and North America FirstAccess presales starting September 29, followed by a General Fan Presale beginning September 30, and MGM’s M Life Rewards presale on October 4.

Bottom line: Figure out where you fall in the whole presale/sale category and grab your tickets before they get snatched up.

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