New Heights Live in Cincinnati tickets: Prices, cost to see Jason and Travis Kelce with Joe Burrow at Nippert Stadium

The Kelce brothers returns to where it all started: Cincinnati.

Jason and Travis Kelce are taking their podcast to new heights with a live show at their alma mater. “New Heights Live: We Gotta Talk About It” kicks off at the University of Cincinnati on April 11 with a special guest for local football fanatics. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow will be featured, joining the Kelces for their podcast taping at Nippert Stadium.

While the event is a live taping of the “New Heights” podcast, it’s also in support of the Bearcats.

The Kelces also will host “The Great Lombaby Games,” a friendly competition between UC students, and a portion of the sales will be donated to Cincy Reigns, the school’s NIL collective. Not only do fans get to spend a day with the Kelce brothers and get an inside look at New Heights, but it all benefits Cincinnati.

Here’s everything else to know about the event, including ticket sale information.

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New Heights Live in Cincinnati tickets

Tickets for the “New Heights” live show at the University of Cincinnati are on sale now, with tickets available on StubHub for as low as $102.

Fans can have three options for seating at Nippert Stadium, and UC students have the option to enter a lottery for free tickets to the show.

  • General admission – starts at $100
  • Loge and Club – starts at $250
  • On Field VIP – starts at $1,000

General admission ensures access to bleacher seats in sections 103 to 125. Loges and Club passes reserve an open-air chairback seat near the suites. It also includes complimentary food and two drink tickets. VIP tickets are for a standing room only area on the field in front of the stage. Passes include an open bar. 

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When is the New Heights Live show in Cincinnati?

  • Date: Thursday, April 11
  • Time: 7 p.m. ET

The show takes place on the evening of Thursday, April 11. Doors to Nippert Stadium open at 5 p.m. ET, with the first “act” taking place from 7-8:30 p.m. ET. The live podcast taping will begin closer to 9 p.m. ET.


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