George Strait Farewell, P!nk, Miguel Cotto, Ed Sheeran, Sarah Brightman, Swedish House Mafia & More

Country superstar George Strait also announces his final farewell tour. Although he plans to continue recording, he bills “The Cowboy Rides Away Tour” as his last tour outing and notes that “this is going to be a very special, emotional tour.” Joining him on all dates is Martina Mcbride. For your final chance to experience his live show, catch him as he comes to Lubbock, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, Nampa, Sacramento, Fresno, Saint Paul, Buffalo, Hartford, Knoxville, Lexington, Houston, Greenville, Greensboro, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, North Little Rock, New Orleans, and San Antonio. Buy These Tickets

Miguel Cotto and Austin Trout are set to square off at Madison Square Garden for the WBA Super Welterweight Championship of The World. Cotto passed on a rematch with Manny Pacquiao in order to face undefeated and world champion Trout for this world title clash. Cotto is a future hall of famer with a 37-3 record including 30 KO’s, while 27-year-old Austin “No Doubt” Trout is 25-0 with 14 KO’s. Catch this world championship boxing action December 1st. Buy These Tickets

Although British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is currently on the road on on VH1’s “You Oughta Know” tour, that hasn’t stopped him from making plans to return to North America for more headlining dates. Sheeran is touring in support of his best-selling album “+,” which has the hit single, “The A Team,” and has announced U.S. dates for 2013. The tour will bring him to some of America’s most famous venues with stops in Dallas, Houston, Austin, Nashville, Detroit, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York City, Louisville, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Broomfield, Magna, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tempe, and Tucson. Buy These Tickets

Swedish House Mafia announced the final leg of what’s to be their final tour. Their “One Last Tour” is the DJ/producer duo’s most extensive tour ever and the final goodbye for the prolific electronic supergroup. The tour kicks off in November and will coincide with the release of their second compilation album “Until Now.” They come to San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New York City, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles with more dates to be announced. Buy These Tickets

Sarah Brightman is returning to North America for her first U.S. and Canadian tour since 2008. The early 2013 dates mark the first leg of her “Dreamchaser” World Tour. Sarah also has a revamped website where she is offering a free download of her single “Angel” from her upcoming album “Dreamchaser” due out January 22nd. See Sarah when she comes to Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York City, Buffalo, Hartford, Bethelhem, Providence, Upper Darby, Atlanta, Sunrise, Tampa, Orlando, Houston, Austin, Grand Prairie, Tulsa, Detroit, Akron, San Jose, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Rick Ross with label mates WaleRozay, and Meek Mills are embarking on The MMG Tour November 2nd. Machine Gun Kellyjoins them as the opening act, as the rap superstars come to Columbus, Lexington, University Park, Champaign, New Orleans, Houston, Arlington, Austin, Columbia, Charlottesville, Providence, Baltimore, Fairfax, Nashville, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, and more.Buy These Tickets

Bruce Springsteen is among several stars performing at the sixth annual Stand Up for Heroes Benefit that supports the Bob Woodruff Foundation and aids injured service members, veterans, and their families. The concert, taking place November 8th at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, will also feature performances by Robin WilliamsRicky GervaisJon Stewart, and more. The benefit is part of the ninth annual New York Comedy FestivalBuy These Tickets

The iconic Harlem Globetrotters have signed five exceptional new players as they gear up for their 2013 “Your Write the Rules” World Tour. The rookie class includes one of the top competitors from the2012 College Slam Dunk Championship and two outstanding female players. The 2013 season tips off October 7th in Brooklyn as the play the Barclays Center for the first time ever. The Globetrotters bring their unique brad of family entertainment to 270 games in nearly 240 cities across 45 states and nine Canadian provinces. See them live as they come to Pittsburgh, Auburn Hills, Toledo, Madison, Columbus, Rosemont, Peoria, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Dubuque, Richmond, Moline, Rockford, Nashville, Bowling Green, Fresno, Lexington, San Jose, and many more.Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Jesse Cook,
Big Bang,
Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience,
Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream,
Disney On Ice: Treasure Trove,
Disney On Ice: Worlds of Fantasy,
Zappa Plays Zappa,
Trailer Park Boys, and
Phil Lesh.

Top Selling Pro Football Games:

  1. Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 12/16 @ Arlington
  2. Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears 10/1 @ Arlington
  3. Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants 10/28 @ Arlington
  4. Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins 11/22 @ Arlington
  5. San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo Bills 10/7 @ San Francisco
  6. Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings 9/30 @ Detroit
  7. New York Jets vs. San Francisco 49ers 9/30 @ East Rutherford
  8. San Francisco 49ers vs. New York Giants 10/14 @ San Francisco
  9. Arizona Cardinals vs. Miami Dolphins 9/30 @ Glendale
  10. Carolina Panthers vs. Dallas Cowboys 10/21 @ Charlotte

Top Selling College Football Games:

  1. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide 10/20 @ Knoxville
  2. Texas Longhorns vs. West Virginia Mountaineers 10/6 @ Austin
  3. Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers 9/29 @ Athens
  4. Washington State Cougars vs. Oregon Ducks 9/29 @ Seattle
  5. Texas A&M Aggies vs. LSU Tigers 10/20 @ College Station
  6. Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Mississippi Rebels 9/29 @ Tuscaloosa
  7. Michigan State Spartans vs. Iowa Hawkeyes 10/13 @ East Lansing
  8. Texas A&M Aggies vs. Arkansas Razorbacks 9/29 @ College Station
  9. Michigan State Spartans vs. Ohio State Buckeyes 9/29 @ East Lansing
  10. Michigan State Spartans vs. Iowa Hawkeyes 9/29 @ Tampa
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The Killers
Pink
Barbra Streisand
Justin Bieber
Cavalia
Carmen
One Direction
Bruce Springsteen
Madonna
Eric Church
Bill O’Reilly
R Kelly
Journey
Aerosmith & Cheap Trick
Chris Botti
Il Volo
Cirque Du Soleil
Kevin Hart
Jason Aldean
Vicente Fernandez
Theresa Caputo
Chris Tucker
The Price Is Right Live Stage Show
Paul McCartney
Jon Stewart
The Book Of Mormon
Wicked
Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Dallas Cowboys
Carrie Underwood
Rihanna
Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga, Pacquiao vs Marquez, The Killers, Aerosmith, Pink, Katt Williams & More

Don’t forget about the latest installment of tour dates from Lady Gaga. The pop superstar has had her hands full with a world tour, a perfume launch of her custom fragrance “Fame,” and a lawsuit involving a bungled toy deal, but that hasn’t stopped her from releasing “the 1st installment of the U.S./Canada tour dates” for her “Born This Way Tour.” The 2013 tour dates will bring her to Vancouver, Tacoma, San Jose, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Saint Paul, Toronto, Montreal, Washington, DC, Chicago, Philadelphia, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Top Rank promoter Bob Arum says Pacquiao-Marquez IV is slated for December 8th in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. There were three candidates to possibly face Pacquiao including Bradley, who won a highly disputed decision against him in June, and Miguel Cotto. Pacquiao’s first choice was Cotto who declined the fight in order to compete for the junior middleweight title in December. That left Marquez who Pacquiao is 2-0-1 against in three action-packed fights. The boxers have a rivalry that has enthralled fans and put up big pay-per-view numbers. Don’t miss the action up close and person and they come to the MGM Grand. Buy These Tickets

With a new album “Battle Born” out, The Killers announce a new North American tour. Launching in November the tour includes stops across the U.S. and Canada including a two dates in Las Vegas. WithTegan and Sara supporting, the band comes to Brromfield, Orem, Vancouver, Camden, New York City, Toronto, Boston, Fairfax, Ypsilanti, Chicago, and Las Vegas. Buy These Tickets

Citi and American Airlines present Alicia Keys as part of their Love the Journey Concert Series. Alicia will bring her signature style and music to Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York CityOctober 15th. It will be a special intimate concert, that will feature new music from Alicia’s new album “Girl on Fire” due out November 26th.Buy These Tickets

Prepare for the second leg of “The Global Warning Tour” asAerosmith teams up with Cheap Trick for the next round of dates of their 14-city arena tour. The first leg of the tour earned the band rave reviews with the New York Times calling Tyler “an unstoppable vocalist who was belting, howling, letting loose falsetto whoops or barking rhymes at proto-hip-hop speed.” The Boston Herald says that Joe Perry “remains one of rock’s great guitarists,” while the Orange County Register insists that the band “[hasn’t] sounded so fierce in years.” The band comes to Oklahoma City, Wichita, Kansas City, Austin, New York City, Atlantic City, Columbus, Toronto, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Sunrise, Tampa, and Nashville. Buy These Tickets

Pink is back with a new tour and new album. The Grammy Award-winning artist, who’s new album “The Truth About Love” is in stores now, has dates lined up for next February through March. See the multi-platinum selling singer as she comes to Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Jose, Houston, Dallas, Orlando, Sunrise, Tampa, Atlanta, Nashville, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, and more. Buy These Tickets

Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly will face off once again with Daily Show host Jon Stewart for a 90-minute political debate. Dubbed “The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium,” Stewart and O’Reilly will take an an entertaining and comedic approach to today’s pressing political issues. The format will mirror a presidential debate and showcase the two TV hosts duking it out without any of “the phoniness or pomposity.” O’Reilly states that he and Stewart would debate “man to man, eye to eye” and that EMTs would be standing by. While these two have debated each other before on each other’s shows this will be the first time it will done for charity. The event takes place at Lisner Auditorium on the campus of George Washington University inWashington, DC on October 6th. You can also catch Bill O’Reilly on tour with Dennis Miller as they come to Hollywood, Florida, San Pedro, Austin, Houston, and Las Vegas. Buy These Tickets

Hip Hop’s resident comedian Katt Williams has a new DVD “Kattpacalypse” out and announces new dates for his 2012 “Kattpacalypse” tour. The pint-sized funny man comes to Bakersfield, Denver, San Diego, Oakland, Fresno, Sacramento, and Seattle.Buy These Tickets

NAS and Ms. Lauryn Hill have teamed up for a run of tour dates starting in late October dubbed the “Life Is Good/Black Rage” tour. Perhaps recent legal troubles have pushed the reclusive Lauryn Hill out of seclusion as she recently pleaded guilty for failure to pay millions of dollars in taxes. Whatever the reason, the historic tour couples the enigmatic consciousness-minded songstress with Hip Hop legend NAS as he supports his newly released album, “Life Is Good” and Hill prepares to drop her new single “Black Rage” later this fall. Catch the tour in Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Magna, and Oakland. Buy These Tickets

With the release of his 13th solo album “Driving Towards The Daylight” earlier this year, acclaimed guitarist Joe Bonamassa announces more tour dates including a 2013 Spring tour. The renowned musician felt it was time to get back to “simply blues” on his latest album, which already hit Number 2 on UK music charts. Starting this October you can find Joe in Honolulu, Dallas, Tulsa, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Merrillville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Rochester, Greenvale, Washington, DC, Biloxi, Orlando, Estero, Vancouver, Portland, Las Vegas, San Jose, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
The Tragically Hip,
Jackie Evancho,
America’s Got Talent Live,
Bill Maher,
Chris Tucker, and
Lisa Lampanelli.

Top Selling Pro Football Games:

  1. Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 12/16 @ Arlington
  2. Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9/23 @ Arlington
  3. Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears 10/1 @ Arlington
  4. Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 9/23 @ Oakland
  5. Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants 10/28 @ Arlington
  6. Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers 9/23 @ Minneapolis
  7. Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers 9/24 @ Seattle
  8. Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins 11/22 @ Arlington
  9. Arizona Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Eagles 9/23 @ Glendale
  10. Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets 9/23 @ Miami Gardens

Top Selling College Football Games:

  1. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide 10/20 @ Knoxville
  2. Texas Longhorns vs. West Virginia Mountaineers 10/6 @ Austin
  3. Florida State Seminoles vs. Clemson Tigers 9/22 @ Tallahassee
  4. Texas A&M Aggies vs. South Carolina State Bulldogs 9/22 @ College Station
  5. Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers 9/29 @ Athens
  6. Michigan State Spartans vs. Iowa Hawkeyes 10/13 @ East Lansing
  7. Texas A&M Aggies vs. LSU Tigers 10/20 @ College Station
  8. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Miami Hurricanes 9/22 @ Atlanta, Miami
  9. Michigan State Spartans vs. Eastern Michigan Eagles 9/22 @ East Lansing
  10. Georgia Bulldogs vs. Vanderbilt Commodores 9/22 @ Athens, Nashville
Best Sellers
Paul McCartney
Bruce Springsteen
Cavalia
Theresa Caputo
Green Day
Carrie Underwood
Luis Miguel
Bob Dylan & Mark Knopfler
Twins of Evil Tour: Rob Zombie & Marilyn Manson
Ray Lamontagne
Justin Bieber
Rihanna
Journey & Loverboy
One Direction
Jeff Dunham
Kellogg’s Tour Of Gymnastics Champions
Train
Tyler Perry’s Madea Gets a Job
Pretty Lights
Eric Church
Pat Benatar
Vicente Fernandez
Kevin Hart
Roxette
Steve Winwood
The Who
The Book Of Mormon
Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Wicked
Dallas Cowboys
Lady Gaga
Barbra Streisand
Madonna

Paul McCartney, Green Day, Barbra Streisand, Rihanna, Theresa Caputo, Paul Simon & More

New November dates are up for Paul McCartney’s “On The Run” tour. The seventy-year-old former Beatle, who is already a knight under Queen Elizabeth II, has also recently been nominated for the legion of honor for services to music, and will be decorated at the rank of officer by French President Francois Hollande in a Paris ceremony. Catch “Sir Paul” when he comes to Saint Louis, Houston, Vancouver, and Edmonton. Buy These Tickets

Looks like we’re going to be seeing a lot more of Barbra Streisand as her North American tour takes shape and more dates are announced. The legendary performer is teaming up with special guests Chris Bottiand Il Volo, the tour kicks off in October and comes to Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver, Las Vegas, San Jose, and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Green Day is releasing three albums from September to January: “Green Day Uno!” will be released September 25th, “Green Day Dos!” November 13th, and “Green Day Tre!” January 15th. In support of this onslaught of new music, Billie Joe Armstrong and company are embarking on the “Uno!, Dos!, Tre! Tour” starting late November. The tour comes to Seattle, Kennewick, Salem, Sacramento, Reno, Santa Cruz, Tempe, Green Bay, Rosemont, Wilkes Barre, University Park, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Manchester, Uncasville, and many more.Buy These Tickets

Not content with just winning the video of the year award at MTV’s VMAs for “We Found Love,” Rihanna has just announced dates for her 2013 “Diamonds” world tour. The tour kicks off next March and brings the R&B songstress to Buffalo, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Hartford, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Saint Paul, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Seattle, San Jose, Los Angeles, and more. Buy These Tickets

Paul Simon co-founder of the Children’s Health Fund presents theChildren’s Health Fund Benefit Concert October 4th at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The star-studded benefit concert will feature multi-platinum, award-winning musical performers with never-before-seen musical collaborations and special appearances. Performers include Paul Sime, Ruben Blades, Tina Fey, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Steve Martin, Sting, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Earlier this year, New York punk poet and legendary singer-songwriterPatti Smith released “Banga” her first album of original work in eight years. Now the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee is on the road to support her endeavor, coming to New York City, San Francisco, Monterey, Los Angeles, San Diego, New Brunswick, Montreal, Ottawa, Boston, Philadelphia, Fairfax, Brooklyn, and Bridgeport. Buy These Tickets

Long Island MediumTheresa Caputo, is bringing the experience of her popular TLC series “Long Island Medium” to the road. Similar to the show, Theresa will be doing super-sized group readings to hopefully connect attendees with the spirits of passed loved ones, as well as sharing personal anecdotes about life as a medium with her trademark quirky style. Theresa comes to Staten Island, Westbury, Atlantic City, Durham, Atlanta, Charlotte, Norfolk, Pittsburgh, Akron, Louisville, Minneapolis, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Waukegan, Des Moines, Long Beach, and San Diego. Buy These Tickets

It seems the Counting Crows aren’t quite finished with being on the road yet. They’ve announced a new coast to coast tour kicking off inNew York and ending in Los Angeles. With the band’s knack for improvisation and making each show experience a fresh one, the band will probably enjoy plenty of return business from fans who saw them on their spring or summer tours. Their fall tour brings them to Port Chester, New York City, Huntington, Boca Raton, Orlando, New Orleans, Thackerville, Austin, Houston, Albuquerque, Tucson, and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Sum 41,
Jackie Evancho,
Dethklok,
Megadeth,
Divine Fits,
Kristin Chenoweth,
Saint Etienne,
Brian Regan, and
Dalai Lama.

Top Selling Pro Football Games:

  1. Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 12/16 @ Arlington
  2. San Francisco 49ers vs. Detroit Lions 9/16 @ San Francisco
  3. Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9/23 @ Arlington
  4. Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears 10/1 @ Arlington
  5. Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys 9/16 @ Seattle
  6. Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 9/23 @ Oakland
  7. Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants 10/28 @ Arlington
  8. Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers 9/24 @ Seattle
  9. Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins 11/22 @ Arlington
  10. Miami Dolphins vs. Oakland Raiders 9/16 @ Miami

Top Selling College Football Games:

  1. Auburn Tigers vs. Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 9/15 @ Auburn
  2. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Florida Gators 9/15 @ Knoxville
  3. Mississippi Rebels vs. Texas Longhorns 9/15 @ Mississippi
  4. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide 10/20 @ Knoxville
  5. Texas Longhorns vs. West Virginia Mountaineers 10/6 @ Austin
  6. Michigan State Spartans vs. Iowa Hawkeyes 10/13 @ East Lansing
  7. Texas A&M Aggies vs. LSU Tigers 10/20 @ College Station
  8. Michigan State Spartans vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish 9/15 @ East Lansing
  9. Texas A&M Aggies vs. South Carolina State Bulldogs 9/22 @ College Station
  10. Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers 9/29 @ Athen
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Paul McCartney
Toronto International Film Festival
Ryder Cup
Vicente Fernandez
Cavalia
Carrie Underwood
Bruce Springsteen
One Direction
ZZ Top
Lady Gaga
Prince
Cirque du Soleil
US Open Tennis Championship
Green Day
Kellogg’s Tour Of Gymnastics Champions
How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Rush
Tyler Perry’s Madea Gets a Job
Daryl Hall & John Oates
The Book Of Mormon
Dallas Cowboys
Justin Bieber
Wicked
Jason Aldean
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Sergio Martinez
Madonna

Lady Gaga, Prince, Wiz Khalifa, US Open, TIFF, RHCP, Steve Winwood, No Doubt & More

Queen of Pop Lady Gaga brings her Born This Way Ball tour to North America in early 2013. After already performing her latest extravaganza in Asia, Australia, and Europe, the North American leg will kick off Januray 11th in Vancouver. Tour stops include Tacoma, San Jose, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Saint Paul, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Philadephia, New York City, Washington, DC, Boston, Atlantic City, Brooklyn, Nashville, Atlanta, Tampa, Sunrise, and Miami.Buy These Tickets

Prince anyone? The Purple One has lined up a series of performances at Chicago’s United Center later this September. The shows are in conjunction with Rebuild The Dream, an organization co-founded by civil rights activist Van Jones. The organization seeks to mobilize ” hundreds of thousands of everyday people…to build strong vibrant communities.” Prince performs September 24th and 25th. Buy These Tickets

Wiz Khalifa is embarking on a three-month 36-city North America tour starting in October. His “2050” tour will give you plenty of chances to see the promising MC, who is due to release his new album “O.N.I.F.C.” which has the Platinum-selling single “Work Hard, Play Hard.” Khalifa will be joined on the road by the likes of Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Lola Monroe, Tuki Carter, and Berner. The tour comes to University Park, Providence, Bridgeport, Amherst, Rochester, Syracuse, Ottawa, Montreal, London, Canada, Cleveland, Saint Louis, Milwaukee, and many more. Buy These Tickets

No Doubt has a new album about to arrive in stores September 25th and have announced a series of shows at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk in Universal CityCalifornia. The six-show run will include new material from the band and run through Thanksgiving weekend. Supporting acts are soon to be announced. Buy These Tickets

The Toronto International Film Festival, or TIFF opens this weekend with a screening of Bruce Willis’ feature film “Looper.” The festival has grown in recent years and is the unofficial start of the Oscar-campaigning season, screening at least five movies widely considered to be early front-runners for Best Picture: Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master,” Ben Affleck’s “Argo,” Joe Wright’s “Anna Karenina,” the Wachowski siblings’ “Cloud Atlas,” and Michael Haneke’s “Amour.” This year’s festival also features an unusual number of movies with female directors. Six of the 20 Gala films were directed by women, striking when you consider that none of the movies that competed at this year’s Cannes Film Festival had female directors. TIFF kicks off this weekend and runs until September 15th. Buy These Tickets

The US Open Tennis Championship in Flushing, New York, has featured some surprise upsets, most notably Czech Tomas Berdychmaking it into the semi-final round with a win over world No. 1 Roger Federer. He’ll now face an energized Andy Murray who battled into the semi-final round with a win over Marin Cilic. On the women’s sideVictoria Azarenka will face off with Maria Sharapova in their semi-final match, while Serena Williams will battle Italian Sara Errani. Semi-final and final action continue throughout this weekend until September 9th. Buy These Tickets

As a member of the Spencer Davis Group in 1965, it has been nearly 50 years since Steve Winwood burst onto the music scene. Earlier this year Winwwood embarked on a national tour with a ten-song main set that touched upon all phases of his career including his iconic hits “Higher Love” and “I’m A Man.” Now he announces additional dates for a winter tour starting in November. He comes to Las Vegas, San Francisco, Portland, Denver, Thackerville, and Houston. Buy These Tickets

Elf, the musical adaptation of the 2003 Will Ferrel movie of the same name, is coming back to Broadway November 9th for a nine-week run through January 6th. Elf is the tale of Buddy, a young orphan who is transported to the North Pole and raised unaware that he is actually human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities force him to face the truth. In addition to its Broadway run, Elf is also coming to Providence, Appleton, Tampa, Fort Myers, Seattle, and Saint Paul on a national tour. Buy These Tickets

The Red Hot Chili Pepppers have announced that they will be ringing in the new year with an “intimate” performance at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in Sin City. Starting at 11pm RHCP will rock the same stage that has seen the likes of Stevie Wonder, Jay-Z, and Coldplay. The entire performance will also be simulcast on the Vegas Strip via the resort’s digital marquee. In addition to their New Year’s Eve performance you can also catch the band on the road as they come to San Diego, Glendale, San Antonio, Dallas, New Orleans, Austin, Houston, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, North Little Rock, Kansas City, Omaha, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Portland, Seattle, and more. Buy These Tickets

The Love for Levon benefit concert will be held October 3rd at Izod Center in East RutherfordNew Jersey. It will include performances by John Mayer, Gregg Allman, Dierks Bentley, My Morning Jacket, Ray LaMontagne, Eric Church, Joe Walsh, and many more, as they pay tribute to the late Levon Helm. The event is designed to celebrate his life and music, and keep his musical spirit and vision alive. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
R Kelly,
Halestorm,
Henry Rollins,
Beats Antique,
Fun.,
Ray Lamontagne, and
Lamb of God.

Top Selling Pro Football Games:

  1. Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 12/16 @ Arlington
  2. San Francisco 49ers vs. Detroit Lions 9/16 @ San Francisco
  3. Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears 10/1 @ Arlington
  4. Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9/23 @ Arlington
  5. Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys 9/16 @ Seattle
  6. Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers 9/24 @ Seattle
  7. Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles 9/9 @ Cleveland
  8. Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 9/23 @ Oakland
  9. Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants 10/28 @ Arlington
  10. Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins 11/22 @ Arlington

Top Selling College Football Games:

  1. UCLA Bruins vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers 9/8 @ Pasadena
  2. Auburn Tigers vs. Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 9/15 @ Auburn
  3. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Florida Gators 9/15 @ Knoxville
  4. Texas A&M Aggies vs. Florida Gators 9/8 @ College Station
  5. Michigan State Spartans vs. Iowa Hawkeyes 10/13 @ East Lansing
  6. Mississippi Rebels vs. Texas Longhorns 9/15 @ Mississippi
  7. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide 10/20 @ Knoxville
  8. Syracuse Orange vs. USC Trojans 9/8 @ East Rutherford
  9. Texas Longhorns vs. West Virginia Mountaineers 10/6 @ Austin
  10. Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Purdue Boilermakers 9/8 @ Notre Dame
Best Sellers
Eric Church
WWE
Jason Aldean & Luke Bryan
US Open Tennis Championship
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Sergio Martinez
ZZ Top
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Tony Bennett
Carrie Underwood
Cirque du Soleil
Anthony Bourdain
New Order
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Alanis Morissette
Jason Mraz & Christina Perri
Kellogg’s Tour Of Gymnastics Champions
Boston Celtics
Oklahoma City Thunder
Barbra Streisand
Theresa Caputo
The Book Of Mormon
One Direction
Justin Bieber
Wicked
Dallas Cowboys
Madonna
New York Giants
Bruce Springsteen