NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Dynamic jazz duo Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett are demonstrating that people will pay top dollar to listen to jazz.

In June, the pair took their "Cheek to Cheek" tour overseas for two dates at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and the secondary ticket prices were the second most expensive among Lady Gaga's concerts there since 2012, according to data provided by Ticketbis.

Lady Gaga's Born This Way Tour dates in 2012 had get-in prices of $65 and $45. Two years later, Gaga's Artpop tour hit the O2 Arena, and had get-in ticket prices of $562 and $85. In June, Gaga's date at the Royal Albert Hall had a get-in ticket price of $312.

Year

Lady Gaga Tour

Venue

Get-in Ticket Price

2012

The Born This Way Ball Tour

Twickenham Stadium

$65

2012

The Born This Way Ball Tour

Twickenham Stadium

$45

2014

artraveartRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball

The O2 Arena

$562

2014

artraveartRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball

The O2 Arena

$85

2015

Cheek to Cheek Tour

Royal Albert Hall

$312

Last fall, Lady Gaga partnered with Tony Bennett to release Cheek to Cheek, a duet album featuring jazz standards. In December, the pair launched a 37-date tour in Las Vegas which gradually expanded into a much larger run. It included four dates at New York City's Radio City Music Hall, two at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, not to mention a few international shows.

There are just two dates left on the tour schedule for Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett: July 31 and Aug. 1 at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington.

The Cheek to Cheek tour has received positive reviews. The two-hour show perfectly represents Gaga's talent, while also enabling her to earn the respect of an older fan base. It also exposes Lady Gaga's younger fans to jazz classics that typically haven't been part of her previous shows.

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