Hugh Jackman’s world tour is one hot ticket. Can you afford it?

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Love Hugh Jackman and want to see him perform on his first world tour? Some people are preparing to shell out some cash.

Jackman is launching “The Man. The Music. The Show” next year, which hits the BB&T Center in Sunrise on July 6.

Accompanied by a live orchestra, the multitalented Aussie will perform songs from his shows “The Greatest Showman,” ‘‘Les Miserables” and “The Boy from Oz,” as well as other classics from Broadway musicals.

The tickets are selling fast, and the ones that are left don’t run cheap in some countries such as England, where seats are costing on average £341, or around $430.

In Ireland, the cheapest Ticketmaster remaining seats cost £295.

Luckily, in South Florida we are not having the same issues. Yet. A check Monday afternoon revealed that there are still BB&T Center tickets available that run right around the $50 mark.

In Tampa, where Jackman brings the tour to Amelie Arena on July 5, tickets begin at $61.25.

Insider’s advice: If you want to see the Oscar nominee perform in Florida, click quickly.